Aquinas | Thomas | ? 1225-1274 | Saint
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Notebooks compiled by John or Charles Towneley at Douai College, 1651-2, containing disputations and commentaries on Aristotle, with special reference to the teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas. A printed schedule of subjects in logic to be disputed by John Ashton, 1651, has been removed from the back of f. 47, and is now [pr. bk.] Vet. E1. a. 1 (3).
Extents: 3 shelfmarks
Correspondence and papers of John Selden, with some manuscripts owned by him, including: Correspondence, 1616-54 Papers relating to political affairs, early English history, and legal affairs during Charles I's reign Lectures on Aristotle given at the Jesuit College, Rome, late 16th century Lectures on St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa…
Extents: 44 shelfmarks
Tanner's collections contain much on the 17th-century Church, including correspondence of successive Archbishops of Canterbury, Gilbert Sheldon, 1663-77, and William Sancroft, 1677-90; and many papers relating to the Civil War and Interregnum, mainly correspondence of William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons 1640-60. Sancroft's 'Adversaria', comprise mainly theological writings by Archbishop Sancroft.
Extents: 635 shelfmarks
Dates: 10th-18th century