2 edition of letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel Hartlib = found in the catalog.
letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel Hartlib =
by wydawnictwo Retro-Art (Warszawa, ul. Emilii Plater 25 in Warsaw)
Written in English
|Statement||transcribed & translated into English & Polish with an introduction, notes and bibliography [by] W. J. Hitchens, Adam Matuszewski, John Young.|
|Series||Dissertations on the history of science and technology -- Vol.11|
|Contributions||Hitchens, William J., Matuszewski, Adam., Young, John T., Hartlib Papers Project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||269|
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Jan Jonston's Letters to Samuel Hartlib as the Source of Information about Jan Amos Komensky (Comenius) Article (PDF Available) in Studia Comeniana et historica Author: Adam Matuszewski. Samuel Hartlib (c. –) The intelligencer Samuel Hartlib, who according to John Dury deserved to ‘bee sette uppe as a conduit pipe of things communicable’, 1 came from mercantile stock: his father was a German merchant, and his maternal grandfather was the head of the English trading company in Elbing on the southern shores of the Baltic.
Samuel Hartlib or Hartlieb (c. – 10 March ) was a polymath of German origin who settled, married and died in England. He was an active promoter and expert writer in many fields, interested in science, medicine, agriculture, politics, and education.
A complete text and image database of the papers of Samuel Hartlib (c–) HROnline, Sheffield, 2 CDs, Price £1, ISBN The Letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel HartlibW. Hitchens, Adam Matruszewski, & John Young (Eds.); Retro-Art, Warsaw,pp.
Price £25 paperback, ISBN Samuel Hartlib, (born c. Elbing, Prussia—died MaLondon), English educational and agricultural reformer and a tireless advocate of universal education. After attending the University of Cambridge, Hartlib settled in England () and associated himself with the educational philosopher John Dury, sharing his ideas on the necessity for the unity of the Protestant churches.
Hitchens et al. (eds.), Letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel Hartlib The Letters of Jan Jonston to Samue October The Scottish historical review Howard Hotson. Samuel Hartlib (c–62) was a Prussian who first came to England in the mids, when his initial contacts were with the University of from Germany, where the upheavals of the Thirty Years War (–48) made intellectual activity precarious, he made his home in England from the s, settling first in Chichester, where the academy which he established soon failed.
Jonston i de Spinoza by Ignacy Myślicki (Book) The letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel Hartlib: transcribed & translated into English & Polish with an introduction, notes and bibliography by Joannes Jonstonus (Book).
Second edition. A complete text and image database of the papers of Samuel Hartlib (c–) HROnline, Sheffield, 2 CDs, Price £1, ISBN The Letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel HartlibW.
Hitchens, Adam Matruszewski, & John Young (Eds.); Retro-Art, Warsaw,pp.Price £25 paperback, ISBN Matuszewski, Adam, (). Jan Jonston’s Letters to Samuel Hartlib as the Source of Information about Jan Amos Komenský (Comenius).
Studia Comeniana et Histor Nos 55– – Google ScholarAuthor: Vladimír Urbánek. HARTLIB, SAMUEL (Samuel Hartlieb; c.
– ). HARTLIB, SAMUEL (Samuel Hartlieb; c. – ), English reformer. Samuel Hartlib was a scientific "intelligencer" who helped to place England on the map of the emerging Republic of Letters. He was born at Elbing (Elblag) in Poland around into a distinguished mercantile family, and received an extensive education in Germany and at.
HARTLIB, SAMUEL (d. ?), friend of Milton, was born towards the close of the sixteenth century, probably in Elbing.
In a letter which he wrote in to Dr. John Worthington, the master of Jesus College, Cambridge, he says that his father was a Polish merchant, of a family originally settled in Lithuania, who was a protestant and emigrated to Prussia to escape the persecution of the. Full text of "Samuel Hartlib: a sketch of his life and his relations to J.
Comenius" See other formats. book, and its main value to historians, is the treatment of the successes and fail ures of the civil policies of James, whose British vision was much clearer, and his British policies more determined, than those of his son.
University of Texas at Austin BRIAN P. LEVACK The Letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel Hartlib. Full text of "A biographical memoir of Samuel Hartlib, Milton's familiar friend; with bibliographical notices of works published by him; and a reprint of his pamphlet, entitled.
Samuel Hartlib (c. –62) was of mercantile stock: his father was a German merchant, and his maternal grandfather was the head of the English trading company in Elbing on the southern shores of the Baltic.
After the Swedish invasion undermined Elbing’s commercial position in the late s, Hartlib fled war-torn central Europe to England, where he became one of the most active reformers.
The Letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel Hartlib by W. Hitchens, Adam Matuszewski, John Young, Jan Jonston The Letters of Jan Jonston to Samuel Hartlib by W. Hitchens, Adam Matuszewski, John Young, Jan Jonston (pp. Samuel Hartlib, a celebrated writer on husbandry in the last century, a gentleman much beloved and esteemed by Milton, in his preface to the work, commonly called his Legacy, laments greatly that no public director of husbandry was established in England By Authority; and that we had not adopted the Flemish custom of letting farms upon.
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Summary; You'll also get access to. Jonston wrote six letters to Samuel Hartlib from Oxford between 14 June and September: Hitchens et al., Letters of Jan Johnston. He also met Rouse, Bodley's Librarian. The Scoto-Pole had initially contacted Vossius about the prophecies of Krystyna Poniatovská, which he had witnessed: Rademaker, Vossius, –Cited by: 1.