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...Jackson, Joseph This is probably the Joseph Jackson who was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, graduating BA in 1664 and MA in 1667. He was rector of Doynton, Gloucestershire, from 1678 to 1720. Jackson was the author of A Discourse...
...Locke, JohnPriestley, Joseph Fisher, Joseph Joseph Fisher was vicar of Drax in Yorkshire, information disclosed on the title-page of his Review of the Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity illustrated by Dr. Priestley (1779). The work...
...M., J. The author of The Atheist Silenced or the Existence of a Deity demonstrated (1672) is given on the title-page as ‘J.M. Master of Arts’. The work is a geometrical demonstration of the existence of God and is effectively an exposition...
... with Parliament, who kept him under arrest for a while. He seems to have practised medicine and was rector of Stanton St John, near Oxford. Apart from two pamphlets written in his capacity as Vice-Chancellor, his only work is Quaestiones...
... entitled Ethices compenium, appeared in 1714 and, supposedly revised by John Hudson, also Provost of Queen’s, in 1721 and 1745. The work was certainly in use in Oxford as a textbook in the early eighteenth century. In his lifetime Langbaine published various works relating to University affairs....
...Parkhurst, John Wesley, John Hutchinson, John John Parkhurst was born in Northamptonshire in June 1728 and died in Epsom on 21 February 1797. He was educated at Rugby and Clare Hall, Cambridge (BA, 1748; MA, 1752), of which he became...
... of John Locke from the criticisms of Hamilton Hamilton, William , and especially Whately , in Thought and Language (1855), dedicated to Faraday, Michael Michael Faraday , specifically arguing that Locke’s philosophy did not lead to a system...
... graduated MA from Edinburgh University in 1735, having taken classes in Humanity between 1731 and 1733 and in Logic in 1734. From 1742 to 1744 he was deputy to Sir John Pringle , Professor of Moral Philosophy. After Pringle’s resignation Cleghorn...
... The History of the College of Corpus Christi … in the University of Cambridge (Cambridge, 1753), pp. 327–8; 2nd edn, by John Lamb (Cambridge, 1831), pp. 272–3, 443, citing the obituary notice in the General Evening Post , 20 September 1740....
...Curteis, Thomas Thomas Curteis (or Curtis) came from a family of the Kent gentry which had turned to dissent. (Venn suggests that he may be the Thomas Curtis from Derbyshire who was admitted to Corpus Christi College, Cambridge in 1676...