Ruddiman, Thomas (16741757)

Ruddiman, Thomas, author of a well-known Latin grammar, a Banffshire man, and graduate of Aberdeen University; was school-mastering at Laurencekirk, where his scholarly attainments won him an assistantship in the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh; spent a busy life in that; city in scholarly occupation, editing many learned works, the most notable being Buchanan's works and the “immaculate” edition of Livy; his famous Latin grammar was completed in 1732; in 1730 became principal keeper of the Advocates' Library (16741757).

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

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Royer-Collard, Pierre Paul
Royton
Ruabon
Rubens, Peter Paul
Rubicon
Rubinstein, Anton
Rubrics
Ruby
Rückert, Friedrich
Ruddiman, Thomas
Rudolf I.
Rudolf II.
Rudolf Lake
Rudra
Rugby
Ruge, Arnold
Rügen
Ruhr
Rule of Faith
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