We will accept the Scolia as the pioneer, the foundress of the first principles of the art.
Fabiola, at Rome, is the foundress of the first important hospital in that city.
We cannot believe that Wadham escaped the contagion, and remained what its foundress meant it to be.
Henceforth, when the magnetic science is discussed, honor its foundress.
Her portrait, as foundress, hangs upon the office wall, and the annual Reports are numbered continuously from the start in 1875.
The second wife was Dido, the queen and foundress of Carthage in Africa.
The foundress was renowned for her piety and charity, and by her own people was looked upon as a saint.
Then how would it be possible that the foundress of a hospital should be overlooked?
Then, she might have come down to us in history, hand in hand with Ann Hutchinson, as the foundress of a religious sect.
Hild, the foundress of Whitby Abbey, was for a short time his pupil.