Guilielmus Du-Gard

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Guilielmus Du-Gard,[1] vulgo William Du Gard (natus Bremesgrave die 9 Ianuarii 1606; mortuus anno 1662) fuit magister et typographus Anglicus.

Typis Du-Gardianis impressi sunt:

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

Scripsit libros definitivos, e.g.

  • Rhetorices elementa, quæstionibus, et responsionibus explicata (1648)
  • The English Rudiments of the Latine Tongue (1656)

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Guil. Du-Gard": ita scripsit ipse in paginis primis librorum Latinorum.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth (2003). "William Dugard" in British Rhetoricians and Logicians, 1500–1660, Second Series. Dictionary of Literary Biography. 281. Detroit: Gale. pp. 77–84 
  • Chambers, John (1820). Biographical Illustrations of Worcestershire. W. Walcott. pp. 151–3 
  • Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth (2003). "William Dugard" in British Rhetoricians and Logicians, 1500–1660, Second Series. Dictionary of Literary Biography. 281. Detroit: Gale. pp. 77–84 
  • Martin, Geoffrey (1947). The History of Colchester Royal Grammar School 
  • Bell, Maureen (2004). "Alkin, Elizabeth (c.1600–1655?)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press)