The History of the University of Oxford, from the Death of William the Conqueror, to the Demise of Queen Elizabeth [By Sir J. Peshall. with a Paste-On Errata Slip.]

The History of the University of Oxford, from the Death of William the Conqueror, to the Demise of Queen Elizabeth [By Sir J. Peshall. with a Paste-On Errata Slip.]

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1773 edition. Excerpt: ...Yet, four years after, July 16, 1421, at another synod, it took place by the concurrence of the masters minds for the better; admitted, on condition, that the monks, who did not proceed in arts, nor study the civil law, should be excepted. This, by the King's command, was confirmed by parliament, but long since antiquated." A statute was made for an anniversary commemoration of J. Aylmer, LL.D. of New College, performable on the morrow of St. Martin, who, besides certain other, no contemptible tokens of his favour, gave for the use of the chancellor, for the time being, a silver cup with a cover, and a Swagis gilt. Aew' Some very wholesome statutes were made for the peace and government of way of the University, and here began now a new way of disputing in theology: disputing, the doctors in this faculty proposed no question but of divinity, for disputations in the schools, as Whether God is our refuge and strength? &c.--And bishop Fleming had introduced a method now to be used at Oxford by the An anonirnous author speaks highly in honour of this University in The unithesc days: " Vera riutiix virtutis omnium nostrum mater qua nutrivit fc? po-"!) l duxit plures sapient es fiiios adhonorem Dei 6? indiesproducit.--Pulcbristores, jcho-praised. "lares crefcunt in omn.sacultate.--Gratnmatici frondefcant, acuti artistae, & subfiles "pbilosopbi, &? discreti legist pulcbriter prescunt.--Licet alia Universitates "fplendescant in firmament o eccae, non sunt nisifarvae stellae in rejpeilu nostri solis, M aliastudia pracellunt in particulari scientid ficut Parisius tbeolcgia, Bononia jnre, "Salerna medicine, Tholosa in matbematicis fed boc, ut ver us sons sapient ia "pracellit in ommb. istshow more

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  • Paperback | 140 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 263g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123658323X
  • 9781236583239