Comenius in England :
the visit of Jan Amos Komenský (Comenius), the Czech philosopher and educationist, to London in 1641-1642; its bearing on the origins of the Royal Society, on the development of the encyclopædia, and on plans for the higher education of the Indians of New England and Virginia, as described in contemporary documents /
selected, translated and edited with an introduction, and tables of dates, by Robert Fitzgibbon Young.
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London : Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1932.
John Dury's letter of 6 January 1642 to Sir Cheney Culpeper describing the treatises which Dury and Comenius proposed to write in the projected pansophic college.--John Dury's letter of 13 January 1642 to Sir Cheney Culpeper describing the ways in which suitable quarters and a sufficient income might be obtained for the proposed pansophic college.--Komenský's description of the function of a universal college in chapter XXXI, & 15, of the Latin version of the Great didactic (1657).--Appendix A. Archbishop Williams as a patron of learning and science.--Appendix B. Plans for the higher education of the Indians in (I) Virginia (II) New England.
Physical description: 99,  p., XI pl. (incl. ports.~|~|~ facsim.) : ill. port. ; 26 cm.
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