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|Statement||to which are added, remarks upon a late book, entitled, University education, by R. Newton.|
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|Pagination||2 v. (xxiii, 354 p., 1 leaf of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||354|
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The bawdy poem The Oxford-Act () contains a terræ filius speech, and is attributed to Alicia D'Anvers. Nicholas Amherst took Terrae-filius, Or, The Secret History of the University of Oxford for the title of a series of periodical essays appearing frommaking up a book.
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Reverend Sir. There being a demand for a s econd edition of Teræ Filius, you cannot be s uprized at this addre s s; nor need I to make any apology for prefixing your name to a book, in which you have already intere s ted your s elf in s o publick and s ignal a manner.
I was, I confe s s, s omewhat a s toni s hed, when I fir s t heard of your Prohibition, it being an honour. Order Book In his Terræ-Filius essays ofNicholas Amhurst describes and satirizes Oxford life as he saw it during the s and early s. Although academic and intellectual issues receive abundant attention, Amhurst devoted even more space to the political, religious, social, and moral issues that often worked to undercut the.
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Welcome. Ask questions, get answers. Terræ Filius [pseudonym; Nicholas Amherst], “ [The Dedication] ”, in Terræ-Filius: Or, the Secret History of the University of Oxford; in Several Essays.
To which are Added, Remarks upon a Late Book, Entitled, University Education, by R. Newton, D.D. Principal of Two Volumes, volume I, 2nd edition, London: Printed for R. Francklin, under Tom's. This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices.
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This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more. You can also read the full text online using our ereader. An account of authors' struggles, difficulties and poverty as a class, teaching of their failings and holding up the mirror for those who may benefit by a view of the difficulties.
This orator was known as Terræ filius. In Amhurst produced a series of bi-weekly satirical papers under this name, which ran for seven months and incidentally provides much curious information.
These publications were reprinted in in two volumes as Terræ Filius; or, the Secret History of the University of Oxford. THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JOHN WILKINS. CHAPTER I. HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE FROM ITS FOUNDATION TO THE BEGINNING OF WILKINS' WARDENSHIP.
Wadham College was founded inwhen on July 31st the foundation-stone was laid; and opened inwhen, on April 20th, the Warden and Fellows elected by the Foundress were admitted; the Warden, by.
The following discussion provides details with respectable historical citations: bow and scrape - Wordwizard. From the Oxford English Dictionary, under “scrape, n. 1”: c. An awkward bow or salutation in which the foot is drawn backwards on the gr. The order obserued in the description of Britaine, by reason of the necessarie diuision thereof into bookes and chapters growing out of the varietie of matters therein conteined, seemed (in my iudgement) so conuenient a course deuised by the writer, as I was easilie induced thereby to digest the historie of England immediatlie following into the like method: so that as in the one.
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That is, medieval English writers could appropriate biblical paradigms to express secular themes, and vice versa.It was ridiculed at the time by his opponent Heylyn, and by South, who pronounced the ‘Terræ Filius’ oration at Oxford in (printed in his ‘Opera Posthuma Latina,’ by Curll, ), where Fuller is described as running round London with his big book under one arm, and his little wife under the other, and recommending himself as a.Amhurst, Nicholas Terræ-Filius (London) [Newark, DE ] Amis, Kingsley Girl, 20 (London ) Amis, Martin Experience (London ) Amis, Martin London Fields (London ) Amis, Martin The Rachael Papers (London ).