benevolus

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(42) He extends the role of exemplum (readings of earlier poetry) from initial to middle syllables, presents the rule that compound words generally retain the quantities of their root words even in the middle of the word (e.g., benevolus from bene and volo) as well as extending the regula of final syllables (lists of common suffixes) to apply to penultimate and antepenultimate syllables (e.g., -culus).
En el periodico ingles British Packet entre mayo y julio de 1834 aparecieron una conjunto de notas firmados por "Benevolus", donde un escritor anonimo resaltaba la importancia de la educacion de los jovenes, dado que en ella residia el futuro de la sociedad, era la base de la religion, la felicidad y la libertad civil.
A su vez, "Benevolus" expresaba su preocupacion ante la gran cantidad de ninos "ignorantes, desalinados, bulliciosos, abandonados" que deambulaban por las calles sin ocupacion util alguna.
La imagen de los ninos era completamente opuesta a la de Benevolus: mientras que el ultimo los describia como "ignorantes, desalinados, bulliciosos, abandonados" otras persona los encontraba "neat, healthy, cheerful lads, who went through the various exercises of the day with a self-possession, accuracy, and precision, that met with the unqualified approbation of the numerous and respectable attendance" (35).
La insatisfaccion de Benevolus pareciera haber estado vinculada a un deseo por conformar una comunidad etnica por medio de la educacion entre los inmigrantes.
He states in the preface to the Psalmen Davids that `the basso continuo is actually intended only for the Psalms; from the motet "Ist nicht Ephraim [mein teurer Sohn]" to the end of the work, diligent organists will endeavour to transcribe [the vocal parts] into score'.(39) Although, the practice of accompanying from a figured bass appears to be well established in Germany by 1625, Schutz writes in his prefatory address to the benevolus rector in the Cantiones sacrae: