Aldrich (16471710)

Aldrich (Al`drich) , dean of Oxford, an accomplished ecclesiastic; was a skilful musician, and composed many services for the Church; wrote a system of logic, long in use in Oxford University (16471710).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Al`dred * Aldrovan`di, Ulysses
Al`cuin
Alcy`one
Alde`baran
Aldehyde
Al`derney
Al`dershot
Aldine Editions
Aldingar, Sir
Aldobrandini
Al`dred
Al`drich
Aldrovan`di, Ulysses
Aldus Manutius
Alec`to
Aleman`
Aleman`ni
Alemte`jo
Alençon
Alençon, Counts and Dukes of
Alep`po
Ale`sia

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