Illustrissimo ac sublimi virtute, optimaque eruditione, ornatissimo viro, D. Samueli Shute...Theses hasce...Collegio Harvardino. Harvard College.
Illustrissimo ac sublimi virtute, optimaque eruditione, ornatissimo viro, D. Samueli Shute...Theses hasce...Collegio Harvardino...

Illustrissimo ac sublimi virtute, optimaque eruditione, ornatissimo viro, D. Samueli Shute...Theses hasce...Collegio Harvardino...

Habita in comitiis Cantabrigiæ Nov-Anglorum pridie nonas quintilis: [printed by Bartholomew Green], 1726. Folio broadside, approx. 17" x 13½", text arranged in two columns under a running head and a 4-column list of 30 students, outlining the disciplines o "technologicae," "logicae," "grammaticae," "rhetoricae," "Mathematicae" (including "geometra," "algebra," "astronomias," "optice,": and "musica"), and "physicae." Previous folding, several small breaks at the folds, and with a few short tears entering from the margins (no loss), and several small ink burns from the holograph document on the verso. On the verso of this broadside is a manuscript bill of sale for property on Martha's Vineyard, March 1, 1726, between Stephen Poas [i.e. Stephen Pease] of Edgartown and Enoch Coffin for "one quarter share or one fouth part of one full and complete square of common or rendered land throughout the town..." Countersigned by John Allen, Nantucket. Not in Evans; Bristol 716; Shipton & Mooney 39851. Ford, W.C., Broadsides, 525. Only copies located are at the AAS, Harvard, and the University of New Brunswick in Canada. Item #30157

Price: $4,500.00

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