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Here is the gem of villages, Datchett, where Sir Henry Wotton and Izaak Walton used to enjoy the rod and line.
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At that time Edward Wotton led the way in England and Conrad Gesner on the Continent, by observations widely extended, carefully noted, and thoughtfully classified.
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I called at Wotton's and took home a piece of cheese.
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After that I went forth about my own business to buy a pair of riding grey serge stockings and sword and belt and hose, and after that took Wotton and Brigden to the Pope's Head Tavern in Chancery Lane, where Gilb.
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I was helped, too, in the general scheme by those constant meetings between science and poetry, of which the most famous and beautiful are the visit of Sir Henry Wotton to Kepler, and the visit of Milton to Galileo in prison.
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Yet, for a few sad years, before it fell Into decay and ruin, there was one Who crept about its crumbling corridors, And lit the fire of memory on its hearth."- Wotton looked quickly up, "I think I have heard Something of that.
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Silence a moment held them, loth to break The spell of that strange dream, "One proof the more" Said Wotton at last, "that songs can mount and fly To truth; for this fantastic vision of yours Of life in other spheres, awakes in me, Either that slumbering knowledge of Socrates, Or some strange premonition that the years Will prove it true.
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Wotton, the gods and goddesses must have laughed To see the weeks I lost in studying chance; For had I scattered those cards into the black Epicurean eternity, I'll swear They'd still be playing at leap-frog in the dark, And show no glimmer of sense.
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I do not think he cared greatly for any English writers but Donne and Izaak Walton, of whose "Angler" and "Life of Sir Henry Wotton" he was inordinately fond.
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In particular he admired the character of this Sir Henry Wotton, singling him out among "the famous nations of the dead" (as Sir Thomas Browne calls them) for a kind of posthumous friendship-nay, almost a passion of memory.
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LONDON, Printed for M. Wotton, at the Three Daggers in Fleet Street.
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He describes himself as "borne at _Wotton_, among the woods," situate about four miles from Dorking, in a fine valley leading to Leith Hill.
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The Wotton woods are still flourishing, and within the last fourteen years we have passed many delightful days beneath their shade.
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He resided at Leith Hill, and the distance thence to Wotton is but a short ride.
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When the right virtuous Edward Wotton and I were at the emperor's court together, we gave ourselves to learn horsemanship of John Pietro Pugliano: one that with great commendation had the place of an esquire in his stable.
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That wise man and accomplished scholar, Sir Henry Wotton, the friend of Izaak Walton and ambassador of King James I to the republic of Venice, was accustomed to say that "he would rather live five May months than forty Decembers.
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Thence to Wotton's, the shoemaker, and there bought another pair of new boots, for the other I bought my last would not fit me, and here I drank with him and his wife, a pretty woman, they broaching a vessel of syder a-purpose for me.
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Thence homewards, and in the way first called at Wotton's, the shoemaker's, who tells me the reason of Harris's' going from Sir Wm.
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Thence, it being night, homewards, and called at Wotton's and tried some shoes, but he had none to fit me.
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Calling at Wotton's, my shoemaker's, today, he tells me that Sir H. Wright is dying; and that Harris is come to the Duke's house again; and of a rare play to be acted this week of Sir William Davenant's: the story of Henry the Eighth with all his wives.
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Examples of Wotton

Example #1
No one who has any taste can come to Windsor and not think of the immortal bard who has made so much capital out of this place.
Example #2
All this region is beautified by the Thames winding through the valley.
Example #3
This better method of interrogating Nature soon led to the formation of societies for the same purpose.
Example #4
The inquiry into Nature having thus been pursued nearly two thousand years theologically, we find by the middle of the sixteenth century some promising beginnings of a different method-the method of inquiry into Nature scientifically-the method which seeks not plausibilities but facts.
Example #5
At home Mr. Sheply sat with me a little while, and so we all to bed.
Example #6
This news and my Lord's great kindness makes me very cheerful within.