History of the College of St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge, Volume 1

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University Press, 1869

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Contents

Alteration of no 13 to abp Parker 397
18
Appointment Lat with stipend of chaplain
24
The office of Magister GlomeriŠ
28
Letter Lat of attorney relative to sir Ambr Caves
31
Appointment Lat with stipend of chaplain
32
Bishop Montacuto gives statutes to St Peters college
34
Lease Danthorp in Holdernes
36
To bishop Holgate of Llandaff relative to a threatened
39
Licence granted for Peterhouse chapel
40
Lease of Northstoke parsonage
42
Copies of leases tenements in Cambridge
43
Benefactions of bishop Eustachius
45
St Johns house receives additional endowments
46
Presentation to Aldesworth vicarage
47
List of bonds to Dr Thomson
48
Copies of leases 51 Testimonial to Jo Rawlinson M A ib
49
This occasions the foundation of St Johns college here
50
Letters of attorney Lat to certain persons to ap pear at the Staveley and Scaresdale manor courts 366
52
Lease Little Markham Notts
54
20
55
Founds a public preacher at Cambridge
56
Appointment Lat of a general receiver
57
5862 Copies of leases
58
Bond to the abbess of Denny respecting tithes
60
Death of Lady Margaret
62
Bond from the general receiver to discharge his office faithfully
63
6468 Copies of leases
64
The revenues left by the Foundress
68
The fabric commenced
69
Copy of lease of the farm of the great barn same as no 42 above
70
Presentation to Aldesworth vicarage
71
7274 Copies of leases
72
The estates of the college at its opening
75
Do from Hen Comberford
76
Letters of attorney to two persons to appear for the coll in the Yorkshire courts
77
Copy of lease Steple Morden
78
Bond to Randall Hall to stand to an award
79
Will of Rog Grantofte of Hilton
80
The probable date of these
81
240
84
Letters of attorney to two persons to maintain the coll title to certain lands
85
Grant to chaplain for the performance of service
86
His account of the revenues of the college at that time
87
Letter Lat from the coll to protector Somerset writ
88
Letter Lat to Jo Cheke collated with copy printed
91
Dr Thompson and his chapel
92
Appointment of a collector general
93
Do of steward of the manors in Kent
94
Do of steward of the manors in Essex
95
Copy of lease Higham as 87 with addition
96
Receipt and general acquittance to Dr Jo Tailer and bp Pilkington masters 370
97
Promise from Dr Tailer to pay for any missing property
98
Presentation Lat to vicarages of Higham and Ospring
99
Deed of feoffment of a messuage in St Marys without
101
The objections of Richard Croke
102
Indenture relative to Bayley fellowship
103
104110 Copies of leases ib No 107 is of the stone howse in 8 Sepulchres parish part of the rent of 109 is 2 capons at Christmas
104
Letter of attorney to get possession of
106
His preferments etc
108
To the same the extent of their mortmain reaches
110
Letter Lat to sir Ant Denney thanks for his services regarding Sedbergh school 371
111
Letter Lat to the duke of Somerset praying for his assistance in behalf of Sedbergh school
112
Patent for the stewardship of the manors of Ramerwyk
113
His will and death
114
Deeds relative to the sale of land at Milton and Chesterton
115
117120 Copies of leases
117
From the same desiring the college to commend
118
Indenture relative to Dr Thymylbes benefaction
120
They provoke new divisions
121
Patent for appointing the college bailiff in Kent 373
122
Elected from mastership of Benet and made kings professor
124
125129 Testimonials Lat to five fellows
125
William Bill chosen master
127
a b c Documents regarding the foundation of
129
Lease of a garden in S Sepulchres commonly called the Round parish
130
Proxy Lat to certain persons in regard to Horning gey parsonage
131
Honest character of Thomas Leaver
133
Letter Lat to lord Cromwell
135
Answer to the above The college commend the bearer
136
25
137
Bishop Fishers statutes revived under
139
Testimonial Lat to Leon Pilkington
140
Grant of the chaplaincy of Ospringe
141
Letter to Dr Tayler dean of Lincoln sometime master on the reversion of Ramwrick farm
142
Bullock removes to Antwerp and dies there
144
Deprived under Elizabeth
145
To the earl of Southampton upon his being made privy
147
143147 Copies of leases 375
148
a General acquittance Lat to Dr Byll late master ib 149 b Dr Bylls undertaking to make good any missing pro perty of the college which may have b...
149
His gifts to the college and university libraries
150
To sir Wm Lenthall keeper of the rolls Lat
153
Deed of sale Lat of Blunham mills
154
His legacy of books to the college
156
Patent appointing steward of the manors in Hunts Beds and Herts 376
159
160163 Copies of leases
160
The Geneva psalters continued in his time
162
Imperfect copy of 160 10
163
Testimonial Lat to Jo Lakyne B A
164
Permission to alienate the lease of Ospringe parsonage
165
Copy of lease Horningsey parsonage
166
Testimonial Lat to Alex Smythe B A
167
177184 Copies of leases
177
Dr Whitaker admitted sixteenth master
180
To the feoffees of Sedberg have elected Gilbert
182
Patent for stewardship of college manors in Berks 357
185
Letter of attorney to recover arrears
186
Bond to Jo Blythe M D to stand by an award 378
187
188190 Letters Lat to bps Watson of Lichfield Thirlby
188
Bond from the above receiver
191
The second court begun and finished
192
Patent to the college bailiff for Yorkshire
193
Licence for alienation of a lease 428
194
The bishop Williams of Lincoln applied to
200
The coll in reply Have chosen Baily 429
202
Bishop Williams benefactions at this time
206
Licence for alienation of a lease
209
Letter of attorney to enter upon lands at Coton
210
Other benefactions lost by the iniquity of the times
212
Lease to Jo Drake of Cambridge gent of lands
215
To Jo Williams bp of Lincoln in praise of the library
216
Opposes the archbishops claim to be visitor of the university
217
Receipt to Wm Lawrence
219
Bond to pay 60 to Dr Thymylby
220
Copy of the abp s letter
222
His few literary remains
223
Presentation Lat to card Pole of the vicar of Head
225
Death of Dr Playfere
227
To Thos Morton bp Lichfield Lat
228
His literary works
229
Bond from Wm Claxton to Nic Metcalfe
230
To the earl of Holland on the heavy fees of Tabor
231
The king to the university recommending the earl
233
Licence of alienation of a lease
238
To bp Neile of Winchester on the same subject
239
Leaves his books to St Johns
240
To Ri Neile bp of Winchester on the same
245
To sir Rob Heath Lat thanks for gift of books
251
Richard Neile bp Rochester Coventry and Lichfield Lin
257
Valentine Carey bp Exeter
263
Robert Morgan bp Bangor
269
Thomas Watson bp St Davids
275
CATALOGUS SOCIORUM A FUNDATIONE COLLEGII Ax 1511
281
From the same enlarging their liberty of election
283
ADMISSIONES SOCIORUM Oct 17751823 309313
285
Leon Pilkington restored to a senior fellowship on the death
287
Commission to certain parties to survey various college
290
Order for the observance of 5th November
292
ADMISSIONES SOCIORUM 1613 to 1711 293302
293
ADMISSIONES SOCIORUM 1712 to Mar 1733 302305
302
To lord Darcy Lat begging for books 508
304
The bishop of Elys decree in a dispute about a Keyton fel
310
ADMISSIONES SOCIORUM 186066
318
ADMISSIONES SENIORUM 15451611 325
325
To Dr Newell prebendary of Westminster on the same
331
ADMISSIONES CONCIONATORUM 15471765 333337
333
To lord keeper Coventry Lat Thanks for securing
337
Thomas Morton bp of Durham Henry Wriothesley earl
339
From the earl of Exeter bestowing the next scholarship
343
From the earl of Holland Jo Ambrose B D
347
To the earl of Strafford Lat pray that he may long
353
Puritanism rooted out under
355
ten by Ascham here collated with the printed copy in Aschami Epistolae ib 1
364
A shorter letter Lat to the same to the same effect
369
Testimonial Lat to Chas Wright B A ib 137 Same as 134 but more at large ib 138 Copy of lease 4 Nov 5 Edw 6 rent 178 4d and 2
374
To lord keeper Lyttleton Lat requesting his patron
375
of Ely and abp Heath of York pleading the coll poverty and losses and asking their influence with the queen and cardinal to relieve them 378380
379
To the earl of Southampton on being made privy coun
381
Letters of attorney Lat to Tho Cobbe and Godfr
384
From earls of Essex and Warwick in behalf of
387
Letters of attorney Lat to Godfrey Swane and
390
484
391
495
392
The same to the same asking for the college plate
393
From Mr Mountstephens ex§rs nominating Jo Hard
395
Dies a prisoner in Wisbech castle
401
b Twentyone ordinances made by Tho Aston or Asheton
407
Appointment of two fellows to reenter the coll lands
413
a b Documents regarding Mr D Gwins foundation 420422
420
From the king for three fellows who had been
423
From abp Sheldon declaring the kings will for
429
Presentation to Sunninghill vicarage
439
A lycence of alienation of the lease aforesayde
445
Bond of 160 to Alice Graunt of Wakefeilde widow
450
Presentation to Northstoke vicarage
459
532
468
Mr Gwyn and the seniors abuse the revenues
470
From the same owing the doubtfulness of the ground
479
449
485
179 To lord keeper Williams about pontage money charged
488
254
491
256
498
The kings letter on the charges against Dr Lane
503
The master and 8 seniors Lat to bp Morton thanks
506
Reply to the above electing John Crooke
510
From Simon Weston one of the aforesaid bailiffs
516
From Rob Wynne nominates Griffith Bodurda to
526
From the same very peremptory on the same subject
535
From the king for Hierome Potkin to be admitted
542
FIRST REGISTER OF OFFICERS FELLOWS
544
Various admissions fellowcommoners pensioners etc
548
From the mayor of Shrewsbury concerning the above
550

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Page 553 - I, AB, do declare, That I do believe that there is not any transubstantiation in the sacrament of the Lord's supper, or in the elements of bread and wine, at or after the consecration thereof by any person whatsoever.
Page 102 - Fellows during his impeachment, so there are several things entered upon the books for his use and service. Above all, there is a noble letter from them, penned in such a strain, that whoever was the composer must surely have been very sensibly and feelingly affected with the Bishop's sufferings, as well as with the obligations of the college. It is there that as they profess to owe everything to his bounty, all that they enjoy, and all that they know, so they offer and devote themselves and all...
Page 93 - tis hoped, one day recover that right, and might I choose my place of sepulture, I would lay my body there; that as I owe the few comforts I enjoy to Mr Ashton's *░ bounty, so I might not be separated from him in my death : wherever his body lies, may his ashes rest peaceably ! and may I wish him that happiness, which I dare not to pray for, but which my hopes are he now enjoys ! I daily bless God for him and thankfully commemorate him, and could...
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Page 525 - ... me; as I may not, upon this invitation, pass by either of them unacknowledged. And, therefore, do hereby very heartily thank you, for renewing to me the sense of the one, and affording me the favour of the other. And in both these regards, shall be very apprehensive of any occasions, wherein I may do any good offices, either towards that house, or yourselves, the provost and fellows thereof.
Page 132 - Immedyatelye after the whyche, they go eyther to reasonyng in problemes or vnto some other studye, vntyll it be nyne or tenne of the clocke, and there beyng wythout fyre are fayne to walk or runne vp and downe halfe an houre, to gette a heate on their feete whan they go to bed.
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