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life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith Kt. doctor of the civil law

John Strype

life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith Kt. doctor of the civil law

principal secretary of state to King Edward the Sixth, and Queen Elizabeth. Wherein are discovered many singular matters relating to the state of learning, the reformation of religion, and the transactions of the kingdom, during his time. In all which hehad a great and happy influence. With an appendix, wherein are contained some works of his, never before published.

by John Strype

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Published by printed for A. Roper, at the Black Boy, over aganist St. Dunstan"s Church, in Fleet-street, and R. Basset, at the Mitre within Temple-Bar in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smith, Thomas, -- Sir, -- 1513-1577.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRoper, Abel, fl. 1688-1726, publisher., Basset, Richard, fl. 1697-1706, publisher.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[24], 240, 147, [4]p. :
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17392961M


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Sir Thomas Smith (23 December – 12 August ) was an English scholar, parliamentarian and diplomat. Sir Thomas Smith (23 December – 12 August ) was an English scholar and diplomat. He was born at Saffron Walden in was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge, where he became a fellow in[1] and in was appointed a public reader or professor.

He lectured in the schools on natural philosophy, and on Greek in his own rooms. In Smith. PREFACE Itseemedthenthatthetimehadcomewhenanew seemedfitand properthattheneweditionshouldproceedfromthe. Life. Smith was the son of John Smith, DL, JP, of Glasgow () and his wife, Agnes McFarlane.

He was educated at Glasgow High School and Sedbergh School in Yorkshire. Smith studied Law at Christ Church, Oxford, (MABoulter exhibitioner, Eldon Scholar).He was called to the English Bar by Gray's Inn in He served in the Gordon Highlanders and. Smith's orations, reprinted by J. Strype, Life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith (London, ), Appendix iII.

Other orations are partly reprinted in J. Mullinger, The University of Cambridge (Cambridge, ), Volume ii. The literature on Smith is surprisingly sparse. Allen. Here is what we are having described to us on page 47 of Round’s book: inRouge Dragon, a herald, wrote that on 20 MayCooke, the then Clarencieux, recorded a lineage for the Smiths of Rivenhall, from two sources, one being provided by Henry Smith of Cressing Temple, the other by Sir John Smith of Little Baddow.

Sir John Cheke (Cheek) (16 June – 13 September ) was an English classical scholar and statesman. One of the foremost teachers of his age, and the first Regius Professor of Greek at the University of Cambridge, he played a great part in the revival of Greek learning in England.

Germain was learned in both the civil law and the common law, and the book consisted of dialogues between the doctor, a man learned in the civil law, and the student, an apprentice at the common law. The book tells us a great deal about contemporary legal doctrine and is invaluable in indicating the early development of equity.

Start studying APUSH Exam 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Create. Sir Thomas Smith. wealthy London merchant and original leader of the Virginia Company. New York weekly journal that actively supported civil and religious virtues and freedom.

Sometimes a single fact can become the key to an entire period in history. Oxford’s childhood with Sir Thomas Smith is that sort of key, not just to complete our picture of Oxford’s life, but to complete the picture of Oxford as Shakespeare, and beyond that, of Shakespeare as central to the history of England during what may well have been the most crucial period in her history.

So that at this day much emolument redoundeth to the colleges in each university, by the passing of this Act; and though their rents stand still, their revenues do increase.’—Fuller, Hist. of the University of Cambridge,p. quoted in Strype, Life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith.

^ J. Strype, The Life of the Learned Sir Thomas Smith, Kt., D.C.L., New Edition with corrections and additions by the author (Clarendon Press, Oxford ), pp. ^ Strype, The Life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, pp. ^ For Ascham's letters to Cheke, see J.A. Giles, The Whole Works of Roger Ascham, Vol.

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Se vi volas enigi tiun artikolon en la originalan Esperanto-Vikipedion, vi povas uzi nian specialan redakt-interfacon. Master of the Rolls. When in the early s, Sir Thomas Smith commended the study of Civil Law to the University of Cambridge, he stressed the many opportunities for royal service available to its adepts.7 Perhaps Smith was not the best advocate; at any rate the lesson seems to have been lost.

Smith's successor as public reader. Sir John's eldest daughter and co-heiress Abigail married Sir Thomas Smith, a baron, and lived at the Pate estate in Sysonby as a widow until her death in Their only daughter and heiress, Frances Pate Smith, married Richard Lister, and the estate then fell to Lister :"History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester", John.So that at this day much emolument redoundeth to the colleges in each university, by the passing of this Act; and though their rents stand still, their revenues do increase.'—Fuller, Hist.

of the University of Cambridge,p. quoted in Strype, Life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith,p. ] [Commentaries,vol.

ii., p. Herbert married Margaret Carey, widow of Thomas Carey of Sunninghill Park, Berkshire and daughter of Thomas Smith of Abingdon-on-Thames and Parson's Green, Middlesex.

One of Herbert's sons was Arthur Herbert, 1st Earl of Torrington, and another was Sir Edward Herbert (c. ). He was the cousin of Edward Herbert, Baron Herbert of .