Batmanson, John

Batmanson, John a Roman Catholic divine, studied divinity at Oxford, became a monk, and afterwards prior of the Carthusian monastery, or Charterhouse, in the'suburbs of London. He was an intimate friend of Edward Lee, archbishop of York, at whose request he wrote against Erasmus and Luther. He died Nov. 16, 1531. Batmanson wrote several works, among which are, Animadversiones in Annotationes Erasmi int Novunm Testamentum: — A Treatise against some of M. Luther's Writings: — Commentaria in Proverbia Salomonis In Cantica Canticorum: — De Unica Magdalena, contra Fabrum Stapulensem: — De Contemptu Mundi: — De Christo Duodenni.

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