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University Press, 1911
 

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Contents

Grace for an annual sermon in commemoration of King Jame
30
Subsequent experiences of Dr Beale 23040
40
John PREsrox of Queens College
43
Anthony Woods estimate of the principal Commissioners
47
The Electiox June 1626
56
Interchange of congratulations between King chancellor
63
Interference of the Crown in the election to mastership of Caius
69
The Uxiversity Library
74
Charles and Laud deem the occasion favorable to the suppres
76
a sa
77
Ascendancy of Laud and disgrace of Williams
81
Lauds ideal of the higher education
91
The study of Arabic
95
Election of Laud to the chancellorship of Oxford April 1629
98
Its appearance at Padua
104
The university reports that the precedents cited for the Visitation
126
Grace for an annual sermon in commemoration of King Jame
128
Latos Rule As CHANCELLoR At Oxford
134
Last pays of Joserh MEDE 13940
139
Imposition of the Etcetera Oath
144
MAGDALENE College 3845
146
WILLIAM BEALEs sermon at St Marys March 1635 1456
146
Cambridge and the Plantation of Virgix1a 14951
151
John Ronixsox and his church in Leyden 16 35
164
Other Cambridge
168
Peter Bulkley the founder of Concord John Norton John
184
The latters mode of treatment of a subject further illustrated
200
In all three colonies the teachers are mainly from Cambridge
201
Expulsion of Roura Williams of Pembroke College
205
FROM the MEEting of the LoNG PARLIAMENT
208
Aid granted to students from Trinity College Dublin
225
Sermon before the university by Thomas Stephens May 1642
226
Cromwell orders the arrest of Drs Beale Martin and Sterne 2378
238
The Associatiox or the EastERN Counties Dec 1642
241
Propºd erection of new Commencement House and Library
244
Damages suffered by the colleges resulting from the fortifying
250
The Solemn League and Covenant to be tendered
273
Crashaws life at Pembroke
284
Crashaws life at Pembroke
285
John Tollys furniture
287
Ejection at Caits Collrun
292
Changes at Titixity Hall
295
Death of Dr Hill master of Trinity
298
178
300
1789
309
a
326
Dr Seaman being rarely in residence is the least entitled
412
The colleges plundered and their chapels desecrated
441
Installation of Thomas Youxu as master
445
REPLIEs of Dr Wilkins and Seth Ward in their Windiciae
460
42
462
Thomas Hall
467
His succession to the mastership of Trinity April 1645 tº
474
The PEACE with Holland and the Oliva Pacis
483
His Orationes AntiWeigellanae delivered at the Cambridge Com
489
WILLIAM MooRE university librarian 16539
514
Ejections at Christs College
534
GRaces of 1647 for the revision of academic Oaths requiring that 53940
540
Meeting of the Savoy CoNFERENCE 15 April 1661
564
Return of 1n Barclichort to Caius Col I E gr
568
Ultimate appointment of John PEARson as master of
574
Drt Wilkixº at Titixiry Collkuk
576
The Act of UNIForMrry May 1662
587
Whichcotes conception of the growth of the Church criticized
596
Prelication of MEDEs Works by Worthington March 1665
617
Cromwell applies for a chamber for Dr Dorislaus Dec 1648
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184
679
185
699
188
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William I Eli
700
Sympathy shewn by the scholars with the prisoners in St Johns 2512
2
Expulsiºn frºm Maula 1 x Cºlºr
3
Dissatisfaction manifested by both political parties with
4
Enthusiasm at his accession
5
The alleged Oath of Discovery iſ 6
6
America will certainly not be the site of the New Jerusalem
7
Contrast presented by the colonizers of New England 167
6
Develºpement of the teaching of Cartwright and walter Traver
9
This partly the result of drinking habits 107
10
18 May 1623
11
Ixstaxces of INTERFERENCE IN ELECTIONs to FELLowships
21
191
4
Réx Descaitres 420
5
Commencement of the work of the Visitors 3456
6
The town seeks to abolish the ancient privileges of the uni
7
Publication of Mores Enchiridion Metaphysicum in opposition
4
The Mºrrixo at Cambridge August 1629 1701
1
Early careers of Narnaxırl Culverwell and Joux Swith
6
Further incidents in the contest between the university and
The family correspondence 1734
4
Winthrºp and his companions find themselves confronted
7

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