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

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University Press, 1869
 

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Contents

Letter Lat of attorney relative to sir Ambr Caves
31
Appointment Lat with stipend of chaplain
32
To bishop Holgate of Llandaff relative to a threatened
39
A protestation of chastity by Lady Margaret
41
Copy of lease of the ferme of the great barne nigh unto the stone crosse in Huntingdon waie and the chalke pittes there
42
Copies of leases tenements in Cambridge
43
Letters of attorney Lat to two persons to appear at the court of Buckcrosstone
45
Appointment with stipend of chaplain and curate to Horningseye
46
Letter Lat to bp Fox of Winchester asking some
47
a 48 b Documents relative to Dr Luptons foundation of scholarships for Sedbergh
48
Copies of leases
49
Testimonial to Jo Rawlinson M
51
Letters of attorney Lat to certain persons to ap pear at the Staveley and Scaresdale manor courts
52
Indenture by Christs college concerning money given
53
Carmen phalęcium hendecasyllabum
54
Copies of leases
55
Appointment Lat of a general receiver
57
5862 Copies of leases
58
Indenture between the college and bp Fisher respecting
59
Bond from the general receiver to discharge his office faithfully
63
6468 Copies of leases
64
Lastly full and peaceable possession
66
The fabric commenced
69
Copy of lease of the farm of the great barn same as no 42 above i
70
Presentation to Aldesworth vicarage
71
7274 Copies of leases
72
Petition to the king against lord Cobham
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
Resignation of William Tomlyn
80
To the feoffees of Rivington school appointing
83
Letter Lat from the president and fellows to the duke of Somerset on admitting Wm Bill master
84
Letters of attorney to two persons to maintain the coll title to certain lands
85
Receipt from Wm Lawrence
86
The wardship and marriage of Jo Geblon
87
Copy of lease Higham manor c
88
A shorter letter Lat to the same to the same effect
89
Letter Lat to Wm Cicell master of requests rence
90
Letter Lat to Jo Cheke collated with copy printed
91
Dr Thompson and his chapel
92
Acquittances to the college manciple and receiver
93
Receipt and general acquittance to Dr Jo Tailer
97
Deed of feoffment of a messuage in St Marys without
101
Indenture relative to Bayley fellowship
103
From the bailiffs of Shrewsbury soliciting the college
104
Dr Metcalfe grows old and is neglected
105
Letter of attorney to get possession of
106
Its friendly relations with Kings hall
107
Letter Lat to lord Burghley thanks for his late
108
To the same the extent of their mortmain reaches
110
Dr Wylson obtains the majority of votes
111
Patent for the stewardship of the manors of Ramerwyk
113
Leave to the bailiffs and schoolmaster of Shrewsbury
114
From sir Rog Wilbraham master of requests recom
115
Dr Tayler of Queens elected master
117
Commission of bishop Arundell to visit
118
Indenture relative to Dr Thymylbes benefaction
120
Patent for appointing the college bailiff in Kent
121
To the abp of York asking him to join with them
122
Dr Tayler resigns in consequence
123
Presentation to Ospringe vicarage
125
Concerning Dr Dowmans scholars
130
Letters of attorney to enter the coll estates in Berks etc 418
131
Testimonial for Geo Smith B
132
Copies of leases
133
Honest character of Thomas Leaver
135
Presentatio magistri Drs Day and Bill
136
Letter Lat to lord Cromwell
137
Letter Lat to bishop Fox of Hereford
138
Letter to Dr Luptons executors for the money be queathed by
139
Lease of Millington manor
140
Grant of the chaplaincy of Ospringe
141
Deeds for the sale of ground to Christr Franke
142
Bullock removes to Antwerp and dies there
144
Deprived under Elizabeth
145
Patent for the receiver for the lands of Bromehall
146
147155 Copies of leases
147
Letter of attorney to recover debts
148
His gifts to the college and university libraries
150
To sir Francis Thorpe one of the barons of the Exche
154
Indenture for obits in Christs college for Dr Thomson and Sir Thos Lovell
156
Presentation to vicarage of Higham
157
Copies of leases
158
His reception at St Johns college
159
Patent for stewardship of various manors 161 Testimonial for Wm Turner B A 162 Imperfect copy of
160
Expulsion of Mr Fulke and his subsequent career
163
Lease tenement in Wood street London
164
Proxy to various persons to appear for the college as rectors of Aldeworth
165
166173 Letters etc relating to the removal of the nuns from Higham and Bromehall
166
His activity against puritanism
169
Licence for the alienation of the lease of Ramerwick
170
Letter Lat to queen Katherine asking leave to pur chase lands held of her in Essex
174
Benefactions from lord Burghley and others
175
Presentation to Ospringe vicarage
176
Answer to the above would have given leave if secu
177
Letter Lat to Dr Lupton to borrow 100
178
Letter on the first fruits of W Bills fellowship
179
180183 Copies of leases
180
Opposition to his election
181
To the feoffees of Sedberg have elected Gilbert
182
Patent for stewardship of college manors in Berks
184
The bishop Williams of Lincoln applied
185
Lease of a pond yard in St Peters parish Cambridge Rent 308 and 2 pike of 18 in clean fish and 1 of 16
186
Leases Cottenham and Cambridge
187
College answer to the above
188
Three bonds to Jo Dowman for performance of cove nant
189
His other preferments
190
Receives a threatening letter from the visitor
191
Bond to lord Cobham to stand to an award
192
Patent to the college bailiff for Yorkshire
193
Grant with stipend of the chaplaincy of Higham
203
Presentation to Ospring vicarage
204
Letters of attorney relative to lands in co York and Derby
205
Presentation to Higham vicarage
206
Ditto of the chaplain to Rockeland vicarage
207
Bp Williams other foundations
208
Ditto to Rokeland vicarage
209
Ditto to Ospryng vicarage
210
Proxy to the master and 2 fellows to act for the col lege at the visitation of the royal commissioners
211
Presentation to Ospryng vicarage
212
Ditto to Higham vicarage
213
The kings letters procured and Lane chosen by the seniors
214
Bond to lord Cobham to stand by an award
215
Letter of attorney to Dr Metcalfe in the negotiation with lord Cobham
216
217219 Three general acquittances Lat
217
Bond to pay 60 to Dr Thymylby
220
Presentation to Higham vicarage
221
Bond to lord Cobham to stand to an award
222
Presentation to Higham vicarage
223
Bond to lord Cobham to stand to an award
224
Presentations to Aldesworth vicarage
225
The college solemnly opened
227
Appointment of a receiver for Ramerwyke manor
228
Singular disposal of his body
229
Bond from Wm Claxton to Nic Metcalfe
230
Acquittance to Joan relict of Sir Ri Rokeby for money for the foundation of a fellowship
231
Letter of attorney relative to lands in Yorkshire
232
The king to the university recommending the earl
233
His preferments and character
234
His birth degrees
236
His character
237
Licence of alienation of a lease
238
To bp Neile of Winchester on the same subject
239
Letter of attorney to receive seisin of 2 tenements
241
Letters of attorney Lat to Tho Cobbe and Godfr
242
To Ri Neile bp of Winchester on the same
245
To sir Rob Heath Lat thanks for gift of books
251
Presentation Lat to Higham vicarage
252
Richard Neile bp Rochester Coventry and Lichfield Lin
257
Valentine Carey bp Exeter
263
Robert Morgan bp Bangor
269
Presentation Lat to Higham vicarage
271
Thomas White bp Peterborough
275
Thomas Bowers bp Chichester
281
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 PAGE
290
The college gets only 30 from his estate
292
ADMISSIONES SOCIORUM 1613 to 1711 293302
293
To a donor of books to the library
294
ADMISSIONES SOCIORUM 1712 to Mar 1733 302305
302
To lord Darcy Lat begging for books
303
To the countess of Southampton thanks for MSS pre
309
The bishop of Elys decree in a dispute about a Keyton fel
310
From the same recommending Mr Poole for the mas
315
ADMISSIONES SOCIORUM 186066
318
From Simon Weston one of the aforesaid bailiffs
323
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
Aspersions on Dr Lane
343
From Rob Wynne or Wyn nominates Rob Lloyd
352
The university cross and vestments sold
355
198
356
208
357
From Rob Wynne nominates Griffith Bodurda to
358
Resigns bis preferments at the restoration
359
From lord Strange to Dr Beale recommends
364
To bp Williams letter of compliment in answer
369
Royal letters patent for the erection of the kinges
374
To lord keeper Lyttleton Lat requesting his patron
375
To the earl of Southampton on being made privy coun
381
Receipt to Wm Lawrence
382
Testimonial to Gilb Holme B A
385
From earls of Essex and Warwick in behalf of
387
295
389
Letters of attorney Lat to Godfrey Swane and
390
The same to the same asking for the college plate
393
From Mr Mountstephens exõrs nominating Jo Hard
395
From the bailiffs of Shrewsbury on the law charges
397
Receipts to Wm Lawrence
398
From the earl of Southampton to the same effect
401
b Twentyone ordinances made by Tho Aston or Asheton
407
Appointment of two fellows to reenter the coll lands
413
From the king requiring Martin Lister to be pre
419
a b Documents regarding Mr D Gwins foundation 420422
420
The bishops proceedings herein
421
From the king for three fellows who had been
423
From abp Sheldon declaring the kings will for
429
is to the vicar of Ospringe from year to year for 19
433
FROM THE WHITE VELLUM BOOK IN THE COLLEGE
437
Licence to alienate a lease
441
Archbishop Arundells visitation of the university
445
Presentation Lat of Mart Briggs M A fellow to
449
b Letter of attorney to enter and deliver possession
459
515
460
Exemption of the university from episcopal jurisdiction
462
138
470
144
479
Derbyshire
480
231
488
From the earl of Suffolk to the heads of houses on
492
The college reply Lat
495
above yicevi 276 277 To lord keeper Coventry and abp Neile of York
502
From the marq of Hamilton the above granted
507
233
518
From the earl of Arundell and Surrey recommends
528
FIRST REGISTER OF OFFICERS FELLOWS
544
List of the fellowships and scholarships
546
The names of such as be appointed to catechise
552

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