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  • by John Weeks Moore Academia musicale 68380Complete Encyclopaedia of Music — Academia musicaleJohn Weeks Moore Academia musicale. (I.) Musical
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  • functions in 1745, and died in 1750. He was one of the founders in of the Academia de la Lengua española at Madrid, and published there a "Diccionario de
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  • Academia musicale→
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  • in Nasmith's catalogue. [Aungier's History of Syon Monastery, 52; Tanner's Bibl. Brit. 118; Nasmith, Catalogue Librorum MSS. in Academia Cantab.] W. H.
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  • Abos, Syr Abraham Abrams, Miss Abridgment Absatz Abt, Franz Abwechselnd Academia musicale Academie royale Academy Academy, musical Academy, royal Academy
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  • into Latin in 1623. See J. Hazañas y la Rua, Discursos leidos en la Real Academia Sevillana de Buenas letras el 25 de marzo de 1892 (Sevilla, 1892); J. Gestoso
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  • 1717, 8vo, and also with additions by Francis Peck, at the end of his ‘Academia tertia Anglicana; or the Antiquarian Annals of Stanford,’ Lond. 1727, fol
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  • Conspiratorum Consilia Orationes duæ habitæ in nobiliss. et antiquiss. Oxoniensi Academia 5 Aug. et 5 Novemb. 1610, diebus Regiæ Liberationis et Conspiratione Gowrie
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  • left Rostock before 1560, as his name is not mentioned in the ‘Scripta in Academia Rostochiensi publice proposita,’ 1560–7. An Edward Burnel was one of the
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  • (pamphlet); "Discurso de recepcion en la Academia Espanola" (pamphlet); "Discurso de recepcion en la Academia de Ciencias politicas y morales" (pamphlet)
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  • Academia musicale
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  • opinions of the Scottish philosophy of common sense. It was followed by Academia Scientiarum (1687), and by A Moral Treatise of the Power of Interest (1690)
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  • second part appeared later. His most important and best-known work is the 'Academia Musico poetica bipartita, oder hohe Schule der musikalischen Composition'
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  • jucundam juventutem, Post molestam senectutem, Nos habebit humus. Vivat Academia! Vivant Professores! Vivat membrum quodlibet! Vivant membra quaelibet
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  • elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1866, and was a member of the ‘Academia Economico-Agraria dei Georgofili’ of Florence. He died on 5 May 1872. His
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  • William Hamilton—is distinctly taught. Of kin with it is the following: ‘Academia Scientiarum, or the Academy of Sciences; being a Short and Easie Introduction
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  • ‘a collection of arguments pro and con divided into seven parts, viz. Academia, Aula, Campus Martius, Respublica, Domus Exterior, Domus Interior, and
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  • appendice ad Biblia Polyglotta doctissime illustravit. Arabicam publice in Academia Oxon. professus est, dignissimus etiam qui et theologiam in eodem loco
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  • Russian literature. Bibliography.—Operele Principelui D. Cantemir, ed. Academia Română (1872 foll.); A. Philippide, Introducere in istoria limbei si literat
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  • antigüedades de las ciudades de España"; and the "Viaje por orden del Rey D. Felipe II etc." Memorias de la Academia Española, VIII, 285 sqq. J. D. M. FORD
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