A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Gonville and Caius, Volume 2

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University Press, 1908 - Manuscripts
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Page 459 - Wer so ever y be come over all, I belonge to the Chapell of gunvylle hall; He shal be cursed by the grate sentens That felonsly faryth and berith me thens. And whether he bere me in pooke or sekke, For me he shall be hanged by the nekke, (I am so well beknown of dyverse men) But I be restored theder...
Page 663 - 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 hridge. 1623.' On 57— 8, ' Excerpta e communi loco Mri SPINKS, 1632.
Page 514 - Tractatuli de miraculo virgse, et de aliis ad vitam Xti pertinentibus 88 (7) De Xti nativitate tractatus historicus. . . 11 ff. (8) Tabula Epistolarum et Evangeliorum scd usum Scholarium. ....... 2 (9) Tractatuli alii de rebus sacris 10 Small quarto, vellum. 442. The reformed Justice : or an Alphabeticall Abstract of all such articles and matters as are incident and inquirable at the generall Quarter Sessions of the Peace or otherwise belonginge to the knowledge and practice of a Justice of Peace...
Page 662 - H) is a small quarto, with this title: ' True Copies of all the Latine Orations, made and pronounced at Cambridge, on Tuesday and Thursday, the 25 and 27 of Februarie last...
Page 678 - 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 662 - 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 623 - 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 663 - 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 Majestic of Spaine, to the King's most Excellent...
Page 583 - ... me for me my loue she mornes for me.1 * Naturally, lyrical fragments occurring in this way are not always secular; religious lyrics are even more frequent. Three such fragments appear in Gonville and Caius MS. 383/603, and the following is to be found on f. 2600 of MS. 512/543 in the same library: Lytel wotyt onyman hu derne loue was fu(n)de But he yat was on Rode don and bouth vs wyth his wonde. For loue of man he made hymself vnsunde He haueth ykast a grysli gast to grunde He bouth vs wyth...
Page 682 - Johannes Caius hunc librum vetustate dissolutum et neglectum colligari fecit cura sua atque refici, in vetustatis memoriam et futuri temporis exemplum, anno Dni 1564, mense Augusto.

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