George Hickes (1642-1715)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : 1642
Death : 1715
Note :
Théologien. - Philosophe. - Spécialiste anglais de la langue anglo-saxonne. - Publie en 1689 la première grammaire anglo-saxonne
Variants of the name : Eye-witness of the apparition (1642-1715)
Georgius Hickesius (1642-1715) (latin)
George Hicks (1642-1715)
Doctor George Hicks (1642-1715)
Lover of the established government both of church and state (1642-1715)
Minister of London (1642-1715)
Orthodox protestant (1642-1715)
True Catholick of the Church of England (1642-1715)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8091 921X

Activities of George Hickes (1642-1715) (11)

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A chorus of grammars
Wotton's Short view of George Hickes's Grammatico-critical and archeological treasure of the ancient Northern languages... translated into English from the Latin original by Maurice Shelton,... to which are added by the same translator other curious and proper notes... a short appendix of notes of correction...
The Gentleman instructed in the conduct of a virtuous and happy life. In three parts. Written for the instruction of a young nobleman. To which is added a word to the ladies, by way of supplement to the first part. The seventh edition. [Preface by Geo. Hickes.]
The Spirit of enthusiasm exorcised, in a sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford, &c. The fourth edition, much enlarg'd. By George Hickes,... Two discourses occasioned by the new prophets pretensions to inspiration and miracles : the first, the history of montanism, by a lay-gentleman ; the other, the new pretenders to prophecy examined, by N. Spinckes...
Linguarum vett. septentrionalium thesauri grammatico-critici et archaeologici, auctore Georgio Hickesio, conspectus brevis per Gul. Wottonum,... cui ab antiquae literaturae septentrionalis cultore [G. Hickesio] adjectae aliquot notae accedunt cum appendice ad notas. - Notae in Anglo-Saxonum nummos [ab E. Thwaitesio]
Linguarum vett. septentrionalium thesaurus grammatico-criticus et archaeologicus, auctore Georgio Hickesio,...
Institutiones grammaticae anglo-saxonicae et moeso-gothicae
Jovian or, An answer to Julian the apostate.
A discourse to prove that the strongest temptations are conquerable by christians : or a sober defence of nature and grace, against the cavils, and excuses of loose inconsiderate men

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The pretences of the prince of Wales examin'd, and rejected. In a letter to a friend in the country

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A chorus of grammars

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