Terræ-filius: or, the Secret History of the University of Oxford

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Terræ-filius: or, the Secret History of the University of Oxford  (1726) 
by Nicholas Amhurst
Terræ-filius- or, the Secret History of the University of Oxford.djvu

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TERRÆ-FILIUS:

Or, The SECRET

HISTORY

OF THE

University of Oxford;

IN

Several ESSAYS.

To which are added,

REMARKS upon a late Book, entitled, University Education, by R. Newton, D. D. Principal of Hart-Hall.


In Two Volumes.


He is departed indeed; but his Ghost still hovers about the Ground, haunts the Place of his wonted Abode, disturbs the several Apartments with unseasonable Visits and strange Noises, and scares all those who never expected his Return to this Region any more.

Newton's Univ. Educ.


The Second Edition: To which is prefix'd, a Dedication to the Vice-Chancellor of Oxford.


LONDON:

Printed for R. Francklin, under Tom's Coffee-House, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden.

M. DCC. XXVI.

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This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.