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By Jan Mycielski, Pavel Pudlak, Alan S. Stern

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Birch, The History of the Royal Society of London, 4 vols. (London, 1756–7), iv, p. 444; A. Wood, The Life and Times of Anthony Wood, Antiquary, of Oxford, 1632–1695, Described by Himself, ed. A. Clark, 5 vols. (Oxford, 1891–1900), iii, p. 295, and Wood, Fasti, i, col. 461. W. W. Rouse Ball and J. A. Venn note only the BA (Admissions to Trinity College, Cambridge, 5 vols. (London, 1911–16), ii, p. 306). Venn and Venn, presumably inﬂuenced by Birch, note: ‘Perhaps MA 1630’ (Alumni). They also record that Pell incorporated at Oxford (as graduates of Cambridge were entitled to do) in 1631.

R. Barnett, Theodore Haak (1605–1690): The First German Translator of Paradise Lost (The Hague, 1962), pp. 13–23. 12 On Dury see J. M. Batten, John Dury: Advocate of Christian Reunion (Chicago, 1944) (p. 17 and n. on his ﬁrst acquaintance with Hartlib); Turnbull, Hartlib, Dury, Comenius, pp. 127–341. 13 See Turnbull, Hartlib, Dury, Comenius, pp. 13–14 (letter of 21 Dec. 1625, commenting on Webbe); BL, MS Sloane 1466, fos. 301–2, 377–8 (Webbe to Hartlib, 1 Sept. and 13 Dec. 1628), 396–7, 402 (Brookes to Hartlib, dated only ‘1 May’; assigned to 1629 by Turnbull, Samuel Hartlib, p.

The other treatise by Reynolds, entitled ‘Nuncius volucris’ or ‘Macrolexis’, expands on one of the ideas set out in the ﬁrst treatise. There are two diﬀerent versions of ‘Nuncius volucris’: BL, MSS Lansdowne 684, fos. 5–15 (where the prefatory materials are dated 1 Jan. 1625: fo. 9r ), and Add. 4403, fos. 154–64: the latter is annotated, in Pell’s hand, ‘Ex dono soceri’ (‘gift from my father-in-law’: fo. 164v ). 47 Vivian Salmon writes: ‘Whether “intimus” means friend or courtier does not matter; the author was undoubtedly at Court in some capacity’ (‘Family of Ithamaria’, p.

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