Index to Busby's Introduction to Latin

Rev. Dr Richard Busby was born on 22 September 1606 and died on 6 April 1695. He  served as head master of Westminster School for more than fifty-five years. 

Reverend Busby is buried beneath the black and white marble pavement of the choir of Westminster Abbey, which he gifted to the abbey in 1677. 

His English Introduction to Latin has been made into an audiobook by Latinum.

Busby's Introduction to Latin 1 

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 2  

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 3  

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 4 

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 5 

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 6 

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 7 

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 8  

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 9  

 Busby's Introduction to Latin 1 0 

Busby's Syntax 1 

 Busby's Syntax 2 

 Busby's Syntax 3 

 Busby's Syntax 4 

 Busby's Syntax 5 

 Busby's Syntax 6  

 Busby's Syntax 7  

 Busby's Syntax 8 

 Busby's Syntax 9 

 Busby's Syntax 10  

 Busby's Syntax 11  

 Busby's Syntax 12  

Busby's Syntax 13 

Busby's Introduction to Latin Part One ZIP 

Busby's Introduction to Latin Part Two ZIP 

 Russel Barker wrote a memoir, which is available on archive.org.  


He was famous for his liberal use of corporal punishment to discipline the boys. His pupils included the poet John Dryden, architect Christopher Wren, and scientist Robert Hooke.


Among the more illustrious of his pupils were Christopher Wren, Robert Hooke, Robert South, John Dryden, John Locke, Matthew Prior, Thomas Millington and Francis Atterbury.

 

Richard Busby with pupil

John Riley (1646 - 1691).

Oil on Canvas

124.5 x 99.1 cms

Christ Church College

Oxford University

Image from Art UK



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