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LC ClassificationsZ792.O94 B63 1894
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Paginationvii p., 2 l., 16 p., 1 1.
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The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley Written By Himself (Classic Reprint)5/5(1). RUTH SHEPARD GRANNISS New Tork^ June 1, RELIQUI^ BODLEIAN^ OR SIR THOMAS BODLEY's REMAINS OF J THE LIFE OF SIR THOMAS BODLEY WRITTEN BY HIMSELF I WAS born at Exeter in De- vonshire, the 9.d of March, in the Year ; descended, both by Father and Mother, of Worshipful Parentage.

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Be the first. The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley Added t.-p.: Literature of libraries in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries III. by J. Dana and H. Kent Volume 3 of Literature of libraries in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: Authors: Sir Thomas Bodley, Bodleian Library: Publisher: A.

McClurg & Company, Original from: Harvard. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bodley, Thomas, Sir, Life of Sir Thomas Bodley. Chicago, A.C. McClurg, (OCoLC) The life of Sir Thomas Bodley written by himself, ; Letter from Sir Thomas to the Vice Chancellor offering to re-found the university library; Proposed statutes for the library; Extracts from Sir Thomas' Will that relate to the library; Two funeral orations; and an Appendix: Bodley's letter to Sir Francis Bacon, Reliquiæ Bodleianæ: or some genuine remains of Sir Thomas Bodley () The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley written by himself, () The life of Sir Thomas Bodley written by himself.

book about Bodley "Bodley, Thomas," in Dictionary of National Biography,London: Smith, Elder, & Co. () in 63 vols. "Bodley, Sir Thomas," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ). Thomas Bodley was born on 2 Marchin the second-to-last year of the reign of King Henry VIII, in the city of Exeter in Devon.

He was one of the seven sons of John Bodley (d. 15 Oct. ) of Exeter, a Protestant merchant who chose foreign exile rather than staying in England under the Roman Catholic government of Queen Mary (r.

–).John's father, also John Bodley, was a younger. TLOSTBicon4 TLOSTBicon4 THE LIFE OF Sr THOMAS BODLEY, THE HONOVRABLE FOVNDER OF THE PVBLIQVE LIBRARY in the VNIVERSITY of OXFORD VVritten by HimSelfe. OXFORD, Printed by HENRY HALL Printer to the UNIVERSITIE.

To the READER. WHEN the Great Reftorer of Learning, our Munificent Benefactour,Sir THO-MAS BODLEY, made the happy Ex-change of the troubles of this life. The Thomas Book: Giving the Genealogies of Sir Rhys Ap Thomas, K. G., the Thomas Family Descended from Him, and of Some Allied Families Lawrence Buckley Thomas H.

Thomas Company, - pagesReviews: 3. Thomas Bodley – Early Life. Thomas Bodley was born at Exeter to John Bodley, a Protestant merchant who went to live abroad rather than stay in England under the Catholic regime of Queen family sought refuge in Germany, staying briefly in the towns of Wesel and Frankfurt before eventually settling inThomas had the opportunity to study at John Calvin ‘s.

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AU $ " This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Sir Thomas wrote his own life to the yearwhich, with the first draft of the statutes drawn up for the library, and his letters to the librarian, Thomas James, was published by Thomas Hearne, under the title of Reliquiae Bodleianae, or Authentic Remains of Sir Thomas Bodley (London,8vo).

Other articles where Sir Thomas Bodley is discussed: Bodleian Library: the library was restored by Sir Thomas Bodley (a collector of medieval manuscripts) and reopened in Bodley added new buildings, surrounding university buildings were taken over, and additions were made at various times up to the 19th century.

A new building, connected with the old buildings by an underground. The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley, Written by Himself, Together with the First Draft of the Statutes of the Public Library at Oxon (Paperback) Thomas Bodley Publicado por. Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History; 12 A history of the book in Devon, by Ian Maxted According to "The life of Sr Thomas Bodley written by himself" (Oxford: Henry Hall, ) p.

news of the "death of Queene Mary, & succession of Elizabeth, with the change of Religion caused my Father to hasten into England. The opening ceremony took place inand at that time the library contained around 2, books, some given by Bodley himself, and others by benefactors such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Philip Sidney.

Patrons gave both books and money, as Bodley was a successful fundraiser - he prided himself on being well able to "stirre up other mens.

Thomas bodley, the exeter-born son of a publisher and former merton fellow, had opened the library in after returning from a trip abroad to find the university’s reading room in disarray. The life of sir thomas bodley, written by himself, together with the first draft of the statutes of the.

The university was without a main library for the next fifty years until the Bodleian Library opened, in the same room as Duke Humphrey’s, as the Public Library at Oxford on the Foundation of Sir Thomas Bodley in There was a collection of donated books.

Over its various sites the Bod keeps 12 million printed books and allows access to more t electronic journal titles. It also keeps ancient documents, manuscripts, papyrus, cards and sketches. The life of Sir Thomas Bodley, written by himself. [La Vie de Sir Thomas Bodley, écrite par lui-même] Retrieved from.

BODLEY, SIR THOMAS°BODLEY, SIR THOMAS ° (/45–), English diplomat and bibliophile. Born in Exeter, England, his education began in the Geneva of Calvin and Beza (Bèze) as a Protestant refugee from the Marian persecution. There he learned Hebrew from Chevalier, later continuing his study under Drusius at Oxford.

He acquired sufficient competence both to teach Hebrew and to decipher. Sir Thomas Bodley (2 March – 28 January ) was an English diplomat and scholar, founder of the modern Bodleian Library, Oxford. Family and Education b. s. of John Bodley, merchant, of Exeter, Devon by Joan, da.

of Robert Hone of Ottery St. Mary, Devon. educ. Geneva; Magdalen Coll. Oxf. BAMA ; fellow, Merton ; travelled abroad The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley, Written by Himself, Together with the First Draft of the Statutes of the Public Library at Oxon, HardPress, Thomas Bodley, Sir; The Autobiography of Sir Thomas Bodley, Bodleian Library, ; The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley Written by Himself.

His writings have been analysed exhaustively but much of his life. Sir Thomas Bodley was insistent on excluding plays from the newly published books that he wished to assemble on its shelves. Writing to the Bodleian's librarian in /12, Sir Thomas assures him that even if 'some little profit might be reaped (which God knows is very.

Incunabula were among the first books presented to the Bodleian Library (by Sir Thomas Bodley’s Francis Sheppard for information about his father, L.

Sheppard; the author himself remains solely responsible for any errors, and for the views expressed. Thomas Bodley, The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley Written by Himselfe (Oxford. THOMAS BODLEY was the son of John Bodley, a wealthy protestant merchant, religious radical and publisher from Exeter, and Joan, the daughter of John Hone, a merchant from Ottery St Mary.

His brothers included Laurence Bodley (/8–) and Sir Josias Bodley (c–). Thomas Bodley was born at what is now High Street, Exeter, on the corner with Gandy Street. BODLEY, Sir Thomas. The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley written by himself. Privately Printed for John Lane and his friends, Christmasduodecimo, original printed card wrappers with red cloth spine.

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Returning to England after the accession of Elizabeth, the family settled in London, Bodley’s father soon afterwards being granted a patent for the exclusive printing of the Geneva Bible. Bodley himself went up to Oxford, playing an active part in university life untilwhen he.

Problems in the Life of a University Librarian: Tho~nas J aines, The founder of the reconstituted library at Oxford University, Sir Thomas Bodley (), has enjoyed the praise of historians and librarians. The achievements of his librarian, Thomas James ( La version électronique de The Lock a atteint la finale des Independent e-Book Awards, à Santa Barbara, en Dans une recension de l' Invisible, The life of Sir Thomas Bodley, written by himself.

[La Vie de Sir Thomas Bodley, écrite par lui-même] Retrieved from. Thomas More, in full Sir Thomas More, also called Saint Thomas More, (born February 7,London, England—died July 6,London; canonized ; feast day June 22), English humanist and statesman, chancellor of England (–32), who was beheaded for refusing to accept King Henry VIII as head of the Church of is recognized as a saint by the Roman Catholic.

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Oratio Funebris on Sir Thomas Bodley, A Threefold Help to Political Observations, contained in three Discourses, The discourses are: Of the Thirteen Cantons of the Helvetical League (written about ) Of the State of Italie (written in or soon after ) Upon the Proceedings of the King of Sweden(written ).

The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley, Written by Himself ([Edinburgh: Privately reprinted for John Lane and his friends, ), by Thomas Bodley (multiple formats at ) ZR76 V3: The Vatican Library: Two Papers (Jersey City: Snead and Co., ), by Eugène Tisserant and Theodore Wesley Koch (multiple formats at ) ZS Frank: But first to Oxford, the city that became synonymous with the name of Sir Thomas Bodley.

Sir Thomas: No sooner did we return than I was an undergraduate at Magdalen College. Back on English soil in September and a matriculated student before the year was out.

My studies at the Geneva Academy stood me in good stead. Bodley's son Thomas, later the founder of the Bodleian Library was born in Exeter in and fled with his parents, first to Germany and early in to Geneva where, as at the age of twelve he became "an Auditour of Chevalerus in Hebrew, of Beraldus in Greek, of .Books in the same topic.

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The popular image is of a man – principled, steadfast, courageous – who placed his own conscience above his king’s demands. Yet if .

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