|Custodial History||The name Alexander Ross appears several times on the flyleaf. The book belonged to Marischal College, Aberdeen.|
|Description||Gulielmus Angelis: 'Comment. in Aristotelem De Interpretatione' (Commentary on Aristotle's Concerning Interpretation), 1607; Aristotle: 'Comment. in eius Praedicamenta, De interpretatione, Analytica Priora, Topica, De Sophisticis elenchis' (Commentary on Aristotle's Teachings, Concerning Interpretation, Prior Analysis, Logic and Concerning Wise Refutations); Aristotle: 'Comment. in eius Praedicamenta, Postpraedicamenta, Analytica Priora et posteriora' (commentary on his Teachings, his Reflections, Prior and Posterior Analysis), 1605; A. Hunnaeus: 'Prodidagmata in logicam', 1607; 'Disputationes vi de gratia, de justificatione et de merito' (Six debates on grace, justification and merit), 1607.|
Aristotle's Logic was part of the first year Arts course at King's College and his Metaphysics was part of the fourth year Arts course, and the syllabus was probably similar at Marischal.
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