the master of Magdalen College School. Allibond published anonymously ‘Rustica Acad. Ox. nuper reformatæ descriptio in Visitatione fanatica Octobris 6o, &c., 1648, cum Comitiis ibidem anno sequente . . . habitis,’ 1648. This was reprinted in 1705, in 1717 (with English verse translation by Ned Ward), and again in 1834. It appears also in Somer's Tracts. It is a very lively anti-puritan satire on the first stage of the parliamentary visitation. A manuscript key exists among Wood's papers. Allibond was also author of Latin verses in ‘Britanniæ Natalis,’ Oxon. 1630; of ‘Dulcissimis Capitibus etc. Invitatio ad frugi Prandiolum,’ printed in the ‘Clerk's Register,’ p. 48; and of a ‘Concio ad Clerum Oxoniensium’ among the Taylor MSS. at Oxford. He was an intimate friend of Peter Heylin.
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