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Mercurius academicus

Thomas Swadlin

Mercurius academicus

communicating the intelligence and affairs of Oxford to the rest of the passive party throwout the Kingdom : From Munday in Easter-week to Saturday the 15 of April, anno 1648

by Thomas Swadlin

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Published by s.n.] in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Royalists -- Great Britain,
  • English periodicals

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1390:21
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination8 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15024811M

    Mercurius Anti-Mercurius United Kingdom London. Mercurius Anti-Pragmaticus Intelligence United Kingdom London. Mercurius Aquaticus, His Answer to Britanicus United Kingdom London. Mercurius Aquaticus; or, The Water Poets United Kingdom London. Mercurius Aulicus United Kingdom London. Mercurius Aulicus, A. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting.

    J. Hallenbergs Graekisk Thema Book, rättad af A. Hallenberg. L. H. Gyllenhaal, Strödda anteckningar under en förnyad Resa Sv. Mercurius. Sydsvenska Dagbladet. Upsala Correspondenten. Upsala Sällskaps Tidning. honom»såsom 13 års academicus» (bör vara 17) i . Mercurius Novanglicanus. (Almanac for –) () A Summary, Historical and Political, of the First Planting, Progressive Improvements, and Present State of the British Settlements in North America. () (Online at Google Books). Plan of the British Dominions of New England. (Map) () Citations.

    Mercurius Academicus Newspaperarchive Mercurius Anglicus Newspaperarchive Mercurius Anti Melanchollicus Mercurius Politicus: Being Monthly Observations on the Affairs of Great Britain Middle East and North Africa Data Book World Bank Middle East and North Africa Economic Monitor. In Books of Divinity, I found Sanhedrim, V­rim and Thummim, Shibboleth; Hypostati­cal, Circuminsession, Introversion, Extrover­sion, &c. In every Mercurius, Coranto, Gazet, or Diur­nal, I met with Camizado's, Pallizado's, Lant­spezado's, Brigades, Squadrons, Curasiers (academicus) belonging to such a School or Academy, Acatalepsy.


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19, 1–8 Aug. So also did Mercurius Elencticus, no. 15, 1–8 Mar.p. The Earl of Lanark's correspondent said that the Declaration was brought in by Fiennes ‘but seemed penned by Sadler’ (Hamilton Papers, p. Book World () Booksellers Record and Trade Register ( Mercurius Academicus () Mercurius Anglicus () Mercurius Anti Mercurius Candidus () Mercurius Democritus () Mercurius Elendicus () Mercurius Fumigosus or the Smoking Nocturnall () Mercurius Latinus ( FROM "THE CALEDONIAN MERCURY," OF JANUARY 7, ——♦—— THIS DAY TWO HUNDRED YEARS AGO appeared in this city, as an organ of local opinion, and a disseminator "of Forraign Intelligence," the humble little sheet that accompanies our present number.

"Take it up tenderly, Fashioned so slenderly." It is our tiny original - the infant. Mercurius academicus. Communicating the intelligence and affairs of Oxford to the rest of the passive party thorowout the kingdom. Swadlin, Thomas,(editor.). Mercurius Aulicus ended in September, ; it was succeeded in the same year by Mercurius Academicus, which lasted until ; and, until the autumn ofthese were the only royalist periodicals which appeared.

It will thus be seen that, save chiefly in the years tothere was practically no royalist press at all. Book Bits London Middlesex Book World London Middlesex Booksellers Record And Trade Register London Middlesex Booksellers Review London Middlesex Mercurius Academicus London Middlesex Mercurius Anglicus London Middlesex   Author of Mercurius academicus, A letter of an independent to his honoured friend Mr.

Glyn, Recorder of London, Loyall subjects, or The blessed mans encouragement, The Scriptures vindicated from the unsound conclusions of Card: Bellarmine, Sermons, meditations, and prayers, upon the plague.

By T.S, The XXXVI questions propounded for resolution of unlearned Protestants in. Mercurius Academicus: Communicating the Intelligence and Affairs of Oxford to the rest of the Passive party Throughout the Kingdom.

Apr. 15, Reel mfm/AN/E May 1, – J Mfm/AP/G Politics and government Mercurius &c. Veridicus – Not Mutus – Not Yet. Jan. 17, Jan. 31 – Feb. 6, Reel mfm/AN/E books,and pamphlets,the royalists produced four newsbooks at Oxford during the early and mid- s:Mercurius Academicus,Mercurius Anti-Brittanicus,Mercurius Aulicus, andMercurius first,most important,and longest running ofthese was Mercurius Aulicus.

Mercurius academicus: Communicating the intelligence and affairs of Oxford to the rest of the passive party throughout the kingdom. Apr. 15, Observations historical political and philosophical upon Aristotle’s first book of political government.

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‘Mercurius Academicus,’ a news-sheet written for the king and his party, December ; the eighth weekly part appeared on 2 Feb.

–6; the publication was renewed in ‘The Soldiers Catechisme, composed for the King's Armie. Later in the year a number of new Royalist Mercuries came into the field from which Aulicus and Academicus had now withdrawn: the first was Mercuricus Melancholicus (until ), and the most important were Mercurius Pragmaticus (Sept.

to May ) and Mercuricus Elencticus (Nov. to Nov. London Chronicle (Newspaper) - SeptemLondon, MiddlesexTHE L ON DQN C HR O NIC LE for Sfept.

f-t at liberty, and.his Britannic Majefl-y jhall, convenient fpeed, and without cauling any deftniiftion, or carrying away any Negroes, or other property of the American inhabitants, withdraw all his armies, garrifons, and fleets from the ("aid United States, and.Read North Briton Newspaper Archives,p.

1 with family history and genealogy records from london, middlesex The Lancet THE LANCET. LONDON: SATURDAY, OCTO MESMERIC AND HOMCEOPATHIC PROFESSORS. PRETTY strong appeals have now been made to the Professors of the University of Edinburgh, the Senatus Academicus, the Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons, and the Town Council, on the subject of the removal of the homoeopathic professor from the chair of pathology.