Joyce, Thomas a Dominican, proceeded D.D. in, Oxford, and, living there, became provincial of his order both in England and Wales. From this place, without ever having any other preferment, pope Clement. He created him cardinal of St. Sabine — a contradiction,. as some call attention, between the friar's profession and practice. He had six brethren, all Dominicans, and Fuller, refusing to liken them to the seven sons of Scevaj (Ac 19:14), all exorcists, terms them "a week of brethren, whereof this rubricated cardinal was the dominical letter." Thomas flourished in 1310, and was buried in his convent at Oxford. See Fuller, Worthies of of England (ed. Nuttall), 3:12.