A catalogue of the manuscripts in the library of Gonville and Caius college, Cambridge

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Page 242 - Esq. otherwise called Norroy Kinge of Armes, of the East, West, and North Partes of England, from the River of Trent northward ; and in his Company Robert Glover, alias Portcullis Pursuyvant of Armes, in the Yeare of our Lord God 1575, Anno 17 Elizabeth.
Page 299 - Februarie last passed 1622, by the Vice-Chancellor and others of that Universitie In their Entertainment of the Excellent Lord, Don Charles de Coloma, Ambassador for his Catholike...
Page 302 - Papers" from his own collection ; of which the second number was printed in 1774, and a third in 1775. Among these are " Remarks upon our English Coins, from the Norman invasion down to the end of the reign of queen Elizabeth," by archbishop Sharp ; sir W. Dugdale's " Directions for the Search of Records, and making use of them, in order to an historical Discourse of the Antiquities of Staffordshire ;" with " Annals of Gonvile and Caius college, Cambridge ;" the
Page 299 - True Copies of all the Latine Orations, made and pronounced at Cambridge, on Tuesday and Thursday, the 25 and 27 of Februarie last past 1622, by the Vice-chancellor and others of that Vniversitie.
Page 73 - P. 1.6, 5) 3. Sermo de resurrectione Domini; beg. : ,Passionem uel resurrectionem Domini et Saluatoris nostri Jesu Christi fratres &c.( (App. 160; 39, 2059). 4. De inquisitionibus Januarii (Ep. 54; 33, 199). 5. Hyppomnosticon (!) liber contra Pelagianos et Celestianos heréticos (45, 1611).
Page 270 - Commons, should fae and the same was thereby declared to be the original and genuine standard measure of weight, and that such brass weight should be theMmperialstandard troy pound...
Page 299 - As also of an Oration made and pronounced by the Vice-Chancellor the 19 of March last, To the King's most Excellent Majestie, wherein mention is made of the said Ambassadors ; With their translations into English. Published by command. London, Printed by W. Stansby for Richard Meighen, and are to be sold at his shop without Temple-Barre at the signe of the Legge, over against the Chequer Tavern betwixt Arundell house and Strand bridge. 1623.' On 57—8, 'Excerpta e communi loco Mri SPINKS, 1632.
Page 28 - I hold," and by other papers on peace with Spain and on the Palatinate ; temp. Jas. I. ff. 218-275. 18. " The coppie of a letter sent out of the Lowe Countries by a gentleman entertayned by the Kinge of Spayne in pencion to a younge gent, his kinseman in England": a tract, written in 1589, intended to deter English Catholics from entering the service of Spain, giving examples of their treatment in the Netherlands and a general account of the condition of the country and of the Spanish monarchy.
Page 145 - Particular orders, directions, and remembrances given in the diocese of Norwich upon the primary visitation of the reverend father in God, Matthew [ Wren] lord bishop of that see.
Page 191 - The manner of making of knights after the custom of England, in time of peace and at the coronation, that are knights of the bathe.

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