Autograph Note, Nathaniel Foster
Scope and Contents
Handwritten note by Nathaniel Foster with a message written on the verso by Thomas Percy. There are three questions in Latin which constitute an examination given to Thomas Percy in 1756 "previous to the Archbishop's granting" a dispensation to Percy for the dual livings of Easton Mauduit and Wilby. The verso message by Percy is his holograph identification of the examination. The questions are: (1) Quibus potissimum argumentis probatur divina SS. Scripturanim auctoritas? (2) Quid est Ecclesia Catholica? (3) An bona Xnorum sint quoad jus et titulum communia?
Part of the Thomas Percy Collection, #33.
- created: ca. 1756
- Other: Majority of material found in 18th century
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Biographical or Historical Information
Nathaniel Foster was the Chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury.
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Processed September 1996.
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