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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1396 (1563)

    yea yf it bee by Fayth, as ye say, it is muche sure, quia certitudo fidei est maxima certitudo, as Duns and schoole Doctours saye: so that there is a greate discrepaunce betwene certaine knowledge, and cleare knowledge: for that

    Q. Mary. The life of M. Latimer. Letters of M. Latimer, Martyr.

    say, it is much sure, quia certitudo fidei est maxima certitudo,i. The certeinty of faith is the most surest certayntie.as Duns and other schole Doctors say: so that there is a great discrepaunce betweene certaine knowledge, and cleare knowledge: for

    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    that I aunswer: that if they had studied gods word, the autor of truth, as they haue done Logike, & Duns, with theLegend of lies, they should haue ben as expert in the truth, as they be nowe in balde

    Queene Mary. The reasoning of Nich. Shetterden, about the Lordes Supper.

    and not the wordes.If the minde and not the wordes of the Priest doth it: how then is it, that Duns and his fellowes say, that the wordes be the forme and formall cause onely that maketh the Sacrament?Shet. If

    Q Mary. The reasoning of Nich. Sheterden, about the Lordes Supper.

    mynd of the priest.If the mynde and not the wordes of the Priest doth it: how then is it, that Duns and his fellowes say, that the wordes be the forme and formall cause onely that maketh the Sacrament?For no

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Trinitarian friars of Mottenden ( Headcorn )

    known to have belonged to Mottenden, namely MS. Bodley 643, which contains works on logic and grammar by Burley , Duns Scotus, Albertus Magnus , and John Esteby, with the note: 'Bought by Friar Richard de Lancing 1 467, price

    Friaries The house of Austin friars

    in 1456 , studied at Oxford . 69 Thomas Penketh , provincial in 1469 , famous for his knowledge of Duns Scotus, taught theology here in 1473 and 1477. 70 William Galeon ( 1507 ) provincial prior and reformer of

    Parishes Tidworth , South

    wanting. Cal. Close , 1279-88 , p. 525. It has been impossible to construct a consecutive pedigree of these le Duns . They do not correspond to the pedigree given by Hoare ( Hist. Modern Wilts , iii [4 ]

    Merton College MERTON COLLEGE MERTON COLLEGE THE GARDEN BUILDINGS

    assumed-there seems to be no good evidence. Walter Burley , some time the pupil of Duns Scotus, seems to have as little claim as Duns Scotus himself to have been a fellow of Merton . Nor is there adequate ground

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Beauchief

    . Redman's Visitations, Ashmole MS. 1519 (Bodleian). Scientia , i.e. theological science, such as the writings of Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus. Addy, Hist. of Beauchief , 107-8. It is given as an appendix to the Chron. of John of

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 27 April 1640, 27 April 1640-27 April 1640

    that is lately come to their knowledge. The War is begun; the Men of Scotland have pitched their Tents at Duns , and threaten an Invasion of Northumberland ; and have taken some of the Troopers of Sir Wm. Brounker

    Border Papers volume 2, March 1598, 01 March 1598-31 March 1598

    he came out of Scotland? Answered, that he first met him at Wedderburne mouth a little above Blaccketer water, betwixt Duns and Whittsome, "upon Wenesday before S t Lukes day, 97 "; and one John Brotherstones of Tranent in Scotland Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 25 April 1640, 25 April 1640-25 April 1640

    the great Distempers Scoland is now in; how that the Scots Army hath pitched their Tents in the Field, near Duns , in Scotland , and have taken Four English Troops, and they threaten the Invasion of Northumberland ; how

    British History Online

    West. Others. Mr. Roger Drake, Doctor of Phisick, of Andrewes, Holborn. Mr. William Jesop, of Andrewes, Holborn. Mr. Thomas Smith, of Sepulchers. Mr. Nathaniel Camfield of Sepulchers. Mr. William Ball, of Dunstans West. Mr. Francis Allen, of Duns tans West.

    Appendix

    of sayings of ancient authors (sacred and profane) in praise of law and justice. Complains ( f . 19) that Duns and his disciples cried out upon lawyers and blasphemed man's law. The strumpet of Kent ( f . 20)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i gredu fod yr achos yn eyflym gynyddu y blynyddoedd hyn, yn y rhanan. hyn o'r wlad. SaoTY1; A SoTY.--Eisteddai Duns Scotns, duwin-. ydd ac ysgolor enwot, o'r nawfed ganrif, unwaith wrth y bwrdd gyferbynl a* brenin weddw, Charles the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (svhoolmen) ? Beth oedd eu hegwvddorion ? Rhoddwch hlar~es byr am y per- sonau canlynol:-Bonaventura, Anslem, Thomas Acqu n is, Duns Scotus 9. Beta oedd daliatau y Waldensiaid, yngbyd a'r e ddo sectau eraill a ymddangosant yn hanes yr ec Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neillduol oedd I wedi en harwai. i'r farn hono? 3 9. Rhoddwch erlurhad manwl ar y gwahaniaeth Y golygiadau rhwng Duns Scotus a Thomas Aq mos.n . 10 Rhowch hanes y deadl ohwog v Svhweddolwvr a'r Enwadolwyr (Realists and Nrroninalists). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his view My suit,-no matter old or new, Deep Interest takes in all I do ? My Uncle. Who,-when, from Duns' terrific calls, My heart sinks low and almost falls, Kindly invites me to three balls ? My Uncle. Who,-as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STREET, BEREELEY SQUARE. The Painting is executed by Messrs Headley and Oldfield, under the direction of Messrs Hancock, Rixon, and Duns. Admission-One Shilling. Any money which may exceed the cost of the Exhibition will be applied to Religious and charitable Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 February 1696, 24 February 1697

    A. 1696. PRAYERS. D IE Jovis, 25° Februarii. Duns, iü prt. tibfc 3a rice leäa eß Billa, intituled, " An Aft for vent, BUI, u the better preventing frivolous and vexatious Suits." The Oueftion was put, " Whether this Bill Subscribers-only content

    20 December 1749, 20 December 1749

    therein mentioned*" Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Mr. J Home Minifter of Greenlaw Moderator, Mr. William lery of Duns Home Minifter at Pohvarth, Mr. fames haurie Minifter againftHay. at hangtown, Mr. Matthew Sandelands Dyfart Minifter at Eacles and Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1750, 28 March 1750

    Caufe. Meflage to H. C. that the Lords have agreed to it. Home & a1. of the Prefby¬ tery of Duns againft Hay : A Meflage was fent to the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. Montague and Mr. Lane: To Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1770, 26 April 1770

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. J. 1770, Upper Duns- forth and Bianton En- clolure Bill. Their Lordfhips, or any Five of them, to meet To-morrow, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, in the Prince's Lodgings, near the Houfe Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1807, 17 April 1807

    47 Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 173 u faid County ; and for reducing for a limited Time " the Tolls and Duties now payable at Sandwich Bridge, " by virtue of an Aa: paffed in Subscribers-only content

 

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