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Commonplace book, or a volume created to compile knowledge, kept by Robert Courthope Sims of Essex, England.
Book of philosophy. Regulae quaedam de ratione disputandi; Praeludia in universam Aristotilis logicum; Comentarii in Isagogem Porphyrii; and commentaries or annotamenta on Aristotle's Categoriae, De interpretatione, Priora analytica, Posteriora analytica [incomplete], Topica, Sophistici elenchi.
Homilies of Saint Joannes Chrysostomus (approximately 349-407), patriarch and archbishop of Constantinople and one of the most prolific authors in the early Christian church. Volume also includes a work by St. Basil the Great (or Basil of Caesarea, 329 or 330-379 CE), another early Christian theologian who supported the Nicene Creed, on leaves 496-549.
This collection consists of John Finley Crowe's financial accounts and handwritten lectures. Includes professional (founding, fundraising, and administration of Hanover Academy, Shelbyville: of Shelbyville Female Academy; and of Bible Society) accounts, intermingled with his private accounts. The lectures focus on political economy and Greek antiquity. There are miscellaneous other items included, incluing a wedding register.
This collection consists of family papers, correspondence, bound books, and various other material of the Sotheby family of Pocklington, Yorkshire, England
- Language: Greek, Modern (1453-) X
- Christianity and culture -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600 1
- Commonplace books 1
- Economics 1
- Essex (England) 1
- Genealogy 1
- Greece -- History -- To 146 B.C. 1
- Johnson County (Kan.) -- History 1
- Presbyterians -- Indiana 1
- Sermons, Early Christian 1 ∧ less
- Crowe, John Finley, 1787-1860 1
- Engel family 1
- John Chrysostom, Saint, -407 1
- Kansas. Legislature. Senate 1
- Neave, David, active 1646-1647 1