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10 Results for Logic.

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A composite manuscript with the letters 'MSS.' in gold on the spine. Pages 1-13 and 99-119 are possibly in the hand of William Owen [-Pughe]. The contents are: pp. 1-8, 'The Roman Towns in Britain according to the Itenerary [sic] of...

[William Owen-Pughe] [and others].

Exercises in logic,

  • NLW MS 9856B.
  • File
  • 1742 /

A volume entitled 'Exercitatione Dialecticae' by Charles Benvenuti, 1742.

Benvenuti, Charles


Two volumes of notes on logic; and elegiac verses: 'In Conjurationem Papisticam' and 'In vigessimum nonum diem Maiae'.

Music, medicine, politics, etc.

An abstract of a work on music; an incomplete criticism of a theological work; extracts from a book on logic by Crellius; medical notes and recipes; and an imperfect copy of a tract, by Ja[mes] Do[w]son, on the union of England and Scotland, dedic...

James Dowson and others.

Notes of lectures,

Notes of lectures on Biblical criticism, natural philosophy, theology, ecclesiastical history, analysis of the New Testament, metaphysics, mental physiology, logic, etc., taken at the Independent College, Brecon, by Evan Lewis, afterwards minister...

Evan Lewis.

Notes on logic, &c.,

  • NLW MS 11409A.
  • File
  • [19 cent., second ½] /
  • Part of Pandy MSS,

A notebook containing notes on logic; Latin exercises; a commentary on portions of the Greek text of chapters 6-7 of St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans; and notes on Roman history.

John Davies.

Notes on theology

A volume, 1696-[early 18 cent.], in the hand of John Tibbots, later Vicar of Darowen, compiled mostly whilst a student at Oriel College, Oxford, containing notes and transcripts in English, Latin and Welsh on subjects including theology, church hi...

Tibbots, John, 1677 or 1678-1735

Philosophical tracts,

Notes, disputations and discourses on philosophy and logic; a list of questions discussed at Dublin University, 19 April 1599; a short discourse of objections and answers touching the philosophers' stone by Ja: Doueson; etc.

James Dowson [?and others].