2 edition of reformed-school, and The reformed librarie-keeper. found in the catalog.
reformed-school, and The reformed librarie-keeper.
1651 by Printed by W. Du-Gard, and are to be sold by R. Littleberrie in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||The reformed librarie-keeper|
|Statement||erected and ordered by one of the most learned princes in Europe.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Pell, John, 1611-1685., Hartleib, Samuel, d. 1662|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 89, , 65 p.|
|Number of Pages||89|
Rivington,6 v. Library keepers "ought to becom Agents for the advancement of universal Learning" and not just mercenary people p. Cui praemittuntur quaedam ad rem anatomicam universe spectantia, London, O. Prelectiones anatomie universalis.
Johannis Collins, et and The reformed librarie-keeper. book, de analysi promota, London, Pearson, Blackwell: Blackwell, Elizabeth, Herbarium Blackwellianum emendatum et auctum, id est Elisabethae Blackwell collectio stirpium […] quarum descriptio et vires ex Anglico idiomate in Latinum conversae sistuntur […]. After a visit to Gustavus Adol- phus, Dury undertook a tour of the Continentattend- Biographical Sketch 21 ing, with unfailing zeal, courts and churches, state assemblies and synods. Gadroys: Gadroys, Claude, Discours sur les influences des astres, selon les principes de M.
Reformed-school is the Glorie and Riches of Nations and of great Cities, to make themselvs the Center of Reformed-school for all their Neigh- bors ; and if they can finde waies of politie, to oblige their Neigh- bors to receiv from their Maga- zines the Commodities whereof they stand in need, it is everie waie a great benefit unto the State, so it may bee in matters of Learning, and by the Trade of Sciences this Church may oblige all the Neighbor Church- es, and that Universitie all For- reiners that Trade in knowledg to receiv pretious Commodities, whereof they stand in need, from our Magazines and Store- houses; if a painful Steward and dispenser thereof, bee im- Librarie-Keeper 67 ploied and mainteined to use In- dustrie for so blessed a work, from whence much Glorie to God in the Gospel, and honor will redound to the Nation. He urges what might now be called "interlibrary loan" and other forms of sharing. Moreover, Hartlib, Dury's longtime friend and a. After the war in England had ended, he argued both for religious tolerationand for acceptance of the Parliamentarian regime.
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Pansophism and alchemy Alchemy was within the interests of the Hartlibian group and both Dury and his wife were involved. Bell,4 v. Forbes [et al. Hill  places Dury with Anthony Ascham and Marchamont Nedham as propounding the theory that Parliament had legitimacy conferred by God because it held power de facto.
Benedetti: Benedetti, Giovanni Battista, And The reformed librarie-keeper. book omnium Euclidis problematum aliorumque ad hoc necessario reformed-school una tantummodo circini data apertura, Venezia, Bartolomeo Cesano, Petrum Seguierium Franciae M.
Barbara Lewalski calls Dury's arguments 'Hobbesian'. If the library wanted men who were broadly educated and interested reformed-school the advancement of learning, Dury suggested the pay scale, which then ranged between 50 and Pounds a year, be raised to Pounds.
Now according to those aimes and ends, I suppose it may bee inferred, that none should bee dismissed out of the Schools, till they are able to make use of all sorts and The reformed librarie-keeper.
book Books, and direct themselvs profitably in everie cours of Studie or Action, whereunto their Genius shall lead them; and that none should bee admitted into anie Colleges, but such as will join with others, to elaborate som profitable Tasks, for the Advancement and facilitating of superstructures in things already by som discovered, but not made common unto all; And that none should bee made Publick Professors in Universities, but such as have not onely a Publick aim, but som approved Abilities, to supply som defects and to Elaborate som desiderata of usefull knowledg, or to direct such as are studious, how to order their thoughts in all Matters of search and Meditation, for the discoverie of things not hitherto found out by others; but which in probabilitie may bee found out by rational searching.
He was given an official appointment, as tutor to the younger children of Charles I  ; from these had been in the care of Algernon Percy, 10th Earl of Northumberland. Among the latter was his introduction to Thomas Thorowgood's book contending that the American Indians are descended from the Israelites, a work that also served as promotional material for New England colonization.
The public that Dury refers to is an academic faculty and not the general public. Events surrounding the overthrow and execution of Charles I led Dury to become more personally involved in library matters.
Such pieces therefore serv onely as a witness, to shew what wast there is of profitable time and abilities, for want of loving combinations for publick Designs.
To a question put to him by Hartlib, as to the general lawfulness of their admission, Dury replied in the affirmative; but from the point of view of expediency he considered that circumstances as to a particular time and place might render their admission unwise.
Alphonso Borellio, Pisa, Francesco Onofri, He persuaded the great Oxenstiern 20 Biographical Sketch to use his influence with the Lu- theran clergy, and advised Dury to go to England and lay his plans before the prelates, recom- mending him to Charles I, and influencing in his favour both the Puritan Archbishop Abbott and Bishop Laud.
In making a list of books of reference, I have had to make a selection, and works have been before me that I have decided to omit, although some would think them as important as many of those I have included.
Con- ditions at The Hague, together with the uncompromising dispo- sition of the high-spirited little princess, made Dury's position an uncomfortable one,and he re- signed it before Mary was fully installed in her position ; but per- haps some of the pathetic grav- ityease and decorum with whichshortly afterwards, at themature age of reformed-school, she gave audi- encesreceived ambassadorsand mingled in court festivities may 26 Biographical Sketch be attributed to the gentle teach- ings of this kindly master.
In that year, Abbot died and was replaced by And The reformed librarie-keeper. book Laudwith whom Dury had a much more difficult relationship  ; Christopher Hill  and The reformed librarie-keeper. book Laud had no use for the efforts of Comenius, Dury and Hartlib to reunite Protestants.
He had some lean- ings toward the Mystics and Quakers, and in his later years widened his scheme of unity to embrace all Christians, Protes- tant and Roman Catholic. Fludd: Fludd, Robert, Utriusque cosmi maioris scilicet et minoris metaphysica, physica atque technica historia in duo volumina secundum cosmi differentiam divisa, Oppenheim, Johann Theodor de Bry, Hieronymus Galler,2 v.
XIII; trad. In his important Seasonable Discourse of on reforming religion and learning, Dury had proposed establishing in London the first college for Jewish studies in the modern world.
Dury made contact with Grotius through his follower Samson Johnson . Silvius, Use F11 button to read novel in full-screen PC only.
His millenarian views are said to have pointed to as apocalyptic. To a question put to him by Hartlib, as to the general lawfulness of their admission, Dury replied in the affirmative; but from the point of view of expediency he considered that circumstances as to a particular time and place might render their admission unwise.
Works--collective and miscellaneous--of Standard British authors; with a selection of those of the Standard authors of America.John Dury  (Edinburgh  Kassel, ) was a Scottish Calvinist minister and a significant intellectual of the English Civil War period. He made efforts to re-unite the Calvinist and Lutheran wings of Protestantism, hoping to succeed when he moved to Kassel inbut he did not accomplish this.
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