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COLLECTION Identifier: HUM 79

Papers of Eliphalet Pearson

Greek Testament, 1768 Digital

Scope and Contents Leather-hardcover volume containing an interleaved and annotated copy of a Greek Testament. The printed text is in Greek, but most of Pearson's notes are in English and discuss or translate the text. The inside front cover is inscribed "E. Pearson 1768." There is no title page or imprint information.

"Galli transgressi Alpes", 1768 Digital

Scope and Contents Small paper notebook with a handwritten Latin essay beginning, "Galli transgressi Alpes..." "Anno Domini 1768" is written within the text on the third page.

[Latin theses], undated Digital

Scope and Contents Nineteen small slips of paper containing handwritten Latin theses.

[Latin theses], undated Digital

Scope and Contents Folio-sized leaf with a handwritten set of twenty-three Latin theses beginning with the first, "Physica est Scientia quae de variis Natura..."

"Fas est ab Hoste doceri," undated Digital

Scope and Contents One leaf containing a handwritten Latin exercise titled "Fas est ab Hoste doceri" and signed "Pearson." The page is torn.

"Deus in omnibus apparet," undated Digital

Scope and Contents One leaf containing a handwritten Latin exercise titled "Deus in omnibus apparet."

"Idea Substantia incorporea est aeque clara ac corporea," undated Digital

Scope and Contents Folio-sized leaf with a handwritten Latin exercise titled, "Idea Substantia incorporea est aeque clara ac corporea."

[Latin exercise], undated Digital

Scope and Contents Small piece of paper containing a handwritten Latin text beginning, "Ego, en omni erga ure affectione..." The verso has the note: "Pro Don. Pup."

[Latin exercise], undated Digital

Scope and Contents One leaf containing a handwritten Latin text beginning, "Omnis homines, P.C. qui de rebus dubiis consultant..." The verso is marked "No. 2."

[Latin exercise], undated Digital

Scope and Contents One leaf containing a handwritten Latin text beginning, "Parvum ego te, Jugurtha..." The verso is marked "No. 4."