Can any of your readers inform me when the elder tradescant came over to England, and when he was appointed royal gardener?
Mary blushed up to her eyes, and expected Mrs. tradescant would insist upon going down and seeing Dick with her.
Ashmole built a large brick house near that which had been tradescant's, out of the back of part of which he made offices.
This last entry, in all probability, marks the date of the death of the first tradescant.
I'm sure I don't know what Mrs. tradescant will think of me.'
The brothers tradescant brought samples of the curious material to Europe about the middle of the 17th century.
Perhaps such an utensil might have been among the dishes, &c. mentioned in the Catalogue of the tradescant Museum.
Mrs. tradescant, the Rector's wife, was standing in the hall.
The head and leg at Oxford are the sole remains of tradescant's dodo.
And further: 'My first boatful of books, which were carried to Mrs. tradescant's, were brought back to the Temple.'