The Works of George Berkeley - Vol. 4

The Works of George Berkeley - Vol. 4

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The Works of George Berkeley - Vol. 4

The Works of George Berkeley - Vol. 4

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Reverendissimi archiepiscopi casselensis filio unico, ingenio, solertia, eruditione annos longe prseunti numerisque adeo omnibus ad PRÆSTANDUM ingens aliquod scientiis lumen ac incrementum nato hunc ARITHMETICÆ tractatum in exiguum summi amoris pignus offert et dicat auctor

William Palliser, translated
to the Archbishoprick of Cashel
in 1694, was previously Bishop of
Cloyne. He had been elected
a Fellow of Trinity College,
Dublin, in 1668, and was tutor to
William Molyneux, the friend of
Locke, father of Samuel Molyneux,
to whom Berkeley dedicated his
Miscellanea Mathematica. Palliser
was afterwards Professor of Divin-
ity in Trinity College. He died
in 1727. of the younger Palliser,
to whom the Arithmetica is dedi-
cated, I find no further record.

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