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This professorship was an expansion of the natural science lectureships founded by the great Linacre.
Empirical science at Cambridge dates from Linacre and Caius.
Linacre, perhaps even more than his fellows, was cast in the mould that Humphrey would have approved.Humphrey Duke of Gloucester|K.H. Vickers
One of their number, Linacre, who was also a prebendary of Westminster, busied himself with editions of certain writings of Galen.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)|Charles Creighton
What can be more searching, deep, and refined than the judgement of Linacre?History of the English People, Volume III (of 8)|John Richard Green