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Some additions to the biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith
John Gough Nichols
Reprinted from Archaeologia, vol. 38.
|Contributions||Cheke, John, Sir, 1514-1557., Smith, Thomas, Sir, 1513-1577.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
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This biography rests on M. Dewar, Sir Thomas Smith and J. Nichols, ‘Some additions to the biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith’, Archaelogia, xxxviii. Bath mss, Thynne pprs. 2, ff. SMITH, Sir THOMAS (– he and his friend John Cheke [q. v.] declaimed on the question whether the king should marry was first directed to it by John Gough Nichols, who in published in Archæologia, xxxviii.
98–, the principal additions thus supplied. Some information was added in the Wiltshire Archæol. ^ Nichols, 'Some Additions to the biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith', p. ^ Nichols, Memoir of the Life of King Edward Some additions to the biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith book Sixth, pp.
xlix-xl. ^ Caelius Curio in his Epistola Nuncupatoria to Cheke's De Pronuntiatione Graecae, addressing Sir Anthony Cooke, wrote: "Vobis enim duobus Regis Eduardi pueritia, literis. Smith had no issue by either marriage, although he had one illegitimate Some additions to the biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith book named Thomas, who was killed during the failed Ards settlement.
His heirs were his younger brother, George, and George's son, Sir William Smith (died 12 December ) of Theydon Mount, Essex. Sir William Smith's daughter, Frances Smith, married Sir Matthew Brend, owner of the land on which the first and second Globe.
Nichols, John Gough, ‘Some additions to the biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith’, Archaeologia, 38 (), pp. 98– Nichols, John Gough, ed., The chronicle of Queen Jane, and of two years of Queen Mary (Camden Society, 48; London, ).Cited by: Additions to the Biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith.
99, time the scholars of King Henry the Eighth in the university of Cambridge; they were also at one and the same time his regius professors, Cheke of Greek and Smith of Civil Law; and they both afterwards rose to be privy councillors and secretaries of by: 8.
Sir John Smith, who died on Wednesday a founded the Landmark Trust in and used his considerable wealth to save from destruction and decay many beautiful and unusual buildings which. Sir Thomas Smythe, Smythe also spelled Smith, (born ?, Ostenhanger, now Westenhanger, Kent, Eng.—died Sept.
4,Sutton-at-Hone, Kent), English entrepreneur in the Virginia Company that founded the Virginia colony. He also financed numerous trade ventures and voyages of exploration during the early 17th century.
A member of the London Haberdashers’ and Skinners’ Some additions to the biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith book from. Smith came from an obscure Leicestershire family that was settled at Hoby, where the rectory was in the gift of the Berkeleys On leaving Derby grammar school in he entered the service of the Berkeleys, being sent to wait on (Sir) Thomas Berkeley*, heir to Henry, 7th Lord Berkeley.
Cheke, Sir John (–57). Cambridge-born protestant Greek scholar, educator, and man of affairs, Cheke was fellow of St John's College from As regius professor –51, he was supported by his friends Sir Thomas Smith and Roger Ascham in introducing the new ‘Erasmian’ pronunciation of Greek, against the vice-chancellor's ban.
Under Henry VIII, Cheke was tutor to Prince Edward. Sir Thomas Smith () Born: at Abingdon, Berkshire Master of Requests Died: 27th November at Fulham, Middlesex.
Sir Thomas Smith, the Master of Requests, was born in Abingdon in Berkshire, aboutthe son of Thomas Smith Senior, who was Mayor of Abingdon inand his wife, Joan Jennens, perhaps a sister of John Jennens of Harwell. Sir Thomas Smith () was a Tudor scholar and a politician who attained high office during the reigns of Edward VI and Elizabeth I, serving as Ambassador to France and Secretary of State.
Born at Saffron Walden, Smith was educated at Queens’ College, Cambridge, where he was appointed professor in and lectured in Greek language and philosophy.
Cheke, Sir John (–), humanist, royal tutor, and administrator, was born on 16 June in a house on the corner of Market Hill and Petty Cury in Cambridge, the son of Peter Cheke (d. ), administrator, of Cambridge, and his wife, Agnes (d.
), vintner, daughter of William Duffield of Cambridge. Peter Cheke moved to Cambridge from Mottistone on the Isle of Wight by and was.
Nichols, John Gough. “Some Additions to the Biographies of Sir John Cheke and Sir Thomas Smith.” Archaeologia. London: The Societies of Antiquaries. 31 March, Some important details on their lives. O’Day, Rosemary. The Longman Companion to The Tudor Age. London: Longmans, Good resource for dates, chronologies, etc.
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Wherein Are Discovered Many SingAuthor: John Strype. The Story Of The Victoria Cross, Brigadier The Sir John Smyth. Full text of "Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity" See other formats. Sir John Smith, who has died a was a financier, landowner and philanthropist who played a unique and highly effective role in saving Britain's historic buildings from demolition, and in.
Professor Sir John Smith, who has died a was one of the 20th century's most distinguished academic lawyers, who influenced the teaching, practice and. 'Who Sir. Me Sir?' is about a We loved this book as a family and it still makes me laugh. British author, K. Peyton, wrote some great YA, the Flambards series, various horse and /5.
Smith, Sir Thomas (–77). Scholar and statesman. Smith was born in Saffron Walden of prosperous parents and educated at Queens' College, Cambridge. In the early s, with his friend Cheke, he plunged into the controversy about the pronunciation of Greek.
In he was made professor of civil law. Source for information on Smith, Sir Thomas: The Oxford Companion to British History. Biography. He was baptised John Smith on 16 Sep at All Hallows Lombard Street, City of London.
John was recorded in the Visitation of London in as the second son of Thomas Smythe and Alice Judde, age 9 years and 5 months (and hence born perhaps in ). However, his brother Thomas, was recorded as being less than 9 months younger suggesting the ages may not be.
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Hardback Antiquarian & Collectable Books. The excerpt below is taken from Strype, John, The Life of the Learned Sir Thomas Smith (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), pp.
Travels to Italy From France our scholar [=Smith] proceeded forward towards Italy, and settled himself at Padua, studying there for some time in. Cecil would also have been in the best position to bring the Goldings, who had every reason to mistrust Earl John (based on his behavior during the Catholics’ return to power), into an agreement that the boy should be placed with the tried and true Sir Thomas Smith, for Smith, although he was living at the time in Buckinghamshire, was an.
This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger -- History and Records of the Smith-Carington Family, fromwhich is itself full of misreadings, inaccuracies, and sheer inventions, and is furthermore based on an earlier work, The Pedigree.
The eldest son, Sir John Smythe of Bidborough, married and had issue. The family, in the male line, ended with his great-great-grandson, Sir Sidney Stafford Smythe (–) [q.
v.] The name, which is often spelt Smith, was always written Smythe by the man himself, as well as by the collateral family of Strangford.
Sir Thomas Smith (?). Library locations of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library. "Sir Thomas Smith. Thomas Smythe. His autograph from the original in the possession of John Thane." Sir Thomas Smith.
Thomas Smythe. His autograph from the original in the possession of John Thane. Smith's first major publication, as J.C. Smith, with his colleague J.A.C. Thomas, was A Casebook on Contract (), based on the American style of.
John Alexander Hammerton (Hammerton, John Alexander, Sir, ) Books from the extended shelves: Hammerton, John Alexander, Sir,ed.: The actor's art; theatrical reminiscences, methods of study and advice to aspirants, specially contributed by leading actors of the day, (London, G.
Redway, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US. John William (Sir) Smith Smythe was born inat birth place, to John (Sir) (8th Lord of Carrington) Smythe Smith and Lady Joan Smythe Smith (born Binn). John was born inin Norwell, Nottinghamshire, England.
George Percy. George Percy (– or ) Contributed by Mark Nicholls. George Percy was one of the original Jamestown settlers and the author of two important primary accounts of the served as president of the Council (–) during the Starving Time, and briefly as deputy governor ().
Born in Sussex, England, to the eighth earl of Northumberland, Percy hailed from. Sir Henry Wyatt Loyally served Henry VII, helped Henry VIII get the ball rolling. Born in Boxley, Kent, England Died Ma in Boxley, Kent, England Married Lady Anne Skinner Born in Ryegate, Sussex, England Died in Boxley, Kent, England.
Sir Thomas Wyatt the Poet, a.k.a. Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder. "WHO READS AN AMERICAN BOOK" () BY SIDNEY SMITH 1. Thus far we are the friends and admirers of Jonathan. But he must not grow vain and ambitious; nor allow himself to be dazzled by that galaxy of epithets by which his orators and newspaper scribblers endeavor to persuade their supporters that they are the greatest, the most refined, the most enlightened, and the most moral people upon earth.
3' John Strype provides the text of the Dialogue as Appendix to his Life of the learned Sir Thomas Smith, pp. All subsequent references are to this version (hereafter Dialogue). 33 Dewar, Sir Thomas Smith, p. The Autobiography of Lieutenant-General Sir Harry Smith, Baronet of Aliwal on the Sutlej, G.
by George Charles Moore Smith, Harry George Wakelyn SmithPages: Little did I know when I introduced myself as a descendant of Thomas Smith (through his son William), that I'd meet John H. John H has been very generous with his time in sharing his memories of working at the firm plus sending me, a booklet "The Centenary of.
David Smith went on to serve vice regal identities Sir Zelman Cowen, Sir Ninian Stephen and Bill Hayden before retiring in Mr Hayden, the former Labor leader, launched Sir David’s book Author: MALCOLM FARR.
The autobiography of Sir Harry Smith, 1st Baronet of Aliwal, is as exciting, varied and adventurous as the epic life that he led. He joined the British army in the 1st battalion of the 95th Rifles, whose dark green uniform he was proud to wear and despite an inauspicious posting along with the disastrous expedition to Montevideo in his talents began to : Wagram Press.
The Autobiography of Sir Pdf Smith, Smith, Sir Harry. The Autobiography of Sir Pdf He writes this book in the same way he spoke and acted --there is little polish to his style so he strides through the pages alive and unbowed by time.
These were passed on to Harry's nephew G.C. Moore-Smith some forty years after Harry's. Sir Edwin Thomas Smith (), brewer, philanthropist and politician, was born on 6 April at Walsall, Staffordshire, England, son of Edwin Smith.
Educated at Queen Mary's School, Walsall, his early training was with an uncle who had business connexions with Australia. Only include "Sir" if he's been knighted and given ebook title.
Otherwise, it should be "Dear Professor Smith." If he has been knighted and given that title, then it would be "Dear Professor Sir John Smith", but "Dear Professor Smith" would also be acceptable.