Manuductio as theologiam polemicam A R. Patre, et doctissimo praesule Johanne Prideaux, haud ita pridem Professore Regio acad. Oxon: posteà epis. vigorniesi. (1657) (Latin Edition) ebook
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By John Prideaux late Regius Professour of Divinity at Oxford, and Bishop of Worcester. Manuductio as theologiam polemicam. Conciones sex ad Artium Baccalaureos habitae.
Samuel Prideaux Tregelles (30 January 1813 – 24 April 1875) was an English biblical scholar, textual critic, and theologian. Tregelles was born at Wodehouse Place, Falmouth, of Quaker parents, but he himself was for many years in communion with the Plymouth Brethren and then later in life became a Presbyterian (or perhaps an Anglican). He was the son of Samuel Tregelles (1789–1828) and his wife Dorothy (1790–1873) and was the nephew of Edwin Octavius Tregelles.
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For other people named John Prideaux, see John Prideaux (disambiguation). Bishop Prideaux, with arms shown below of the See of Worcester impaling Prideaux
For other people named John Prideaux, see John Prideaux (disambiguation). Bishop Prideaux, with arms shown below of the See of Worcester impaling Prideaux. Arms of Prideaux: Argent, a chevron sable in chief a label of three points gules. 7 September 1578 – 29 July 1650) was an English academic and Bishop of Worcester. YouTube Encyclopedic.
PRIDEAUX, JOHN (1578–1650), bishop of Worcester, fourth son of John and Agnes Prideaux, was born at Stowford in the parish of Harford or Hartford, near Ivybridge, Devonshire, 17 Sept. His parents were poor, and had to provide for a family of twelve; John, however, attracted the attention of a wealthy friend, Lady Fowel, of the same parish, and was sent to Oxford at eighteen. He matriculated from Exeter College 14 Oct. 1596 (Clark, Reg. Univ. Oxf. vol. ii. pt. p. 216), was admitted .
Humphrey Prideaux, engraving by John Simon. De Jure Pauperis et Peregrini, &c. Humphrey Prideaux (3 May 1648 – 1 November 1724) was an English churchman and orientalist, Dean of Norwich from 1702. His sympathies inclined to Low Churchism in religion and to Whiggism in politics. In 1721 Prideaux gave his collection of oriental books to Clare Hall, Cambridge. From about 1709 he had suffered severely from the stone, which prevented him from preaching.