|Author:||Pie, Thomas, 1560-1610.|
|Title:||Usuries spright coniured: or A scholasticall determination of vsury by T.P. Doct. of Divinity, being moderator at the disputing thereof by certeine Bachelers of Divinitie and other learned preachers: with his answere to a treatise, written in defence of vsurie.|
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Usuries spright coniured: or A scholasticall determination of vsury by T.P. Doct. of Divinity, being moderator at the disputing thereof by certeine Bachelers of Divinitie and other learned preachers: with his answere to a treatise, written in defence of vsurie.
Pie, Thomas, 1560-1610.
London: Printed by Melchisedech Bradvvood dwelling in the Little-Old-Bailie in Eliots Court, 1604.
|Alternate titles:||Usuries spright conjured: or A scholasticall determination of usury. Scholasticall determination of vsury. Scholasticall determination of usury.|
T.P. = Thomas Pie.
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Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library.
Interest -- Early works to 1800.
Usury -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT Honourable, my singular good Lord, the Earle of Dorset, L. high Treasurer of England, Knight of the no∣ble Order of the Garter, and of his Maiesties Honourable Priuy Councell.
A SCHOLASTICALL determination of Usurie up∣on the disputing of that quae∣stion by certeine learned Diuines.
1 What Vsurie is, will best appeare by the Notation of the name, by the definition, and by the diuision.
1 The Notation of the name.
2 The Definition.
The Declaration of the Definition.
3 The diuision of Vsurie.
2 All Vsury is unlawfull, and the taking of usurie is sinne; because it is against the law of God, of Nature, of the Church, of the Common-wealth.
3 The objections and answers.