cambridge university transaction during the puritan controversies


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Majesty would nominate the master 81 The vicechancellor to Lord Burghley stating that Dr Clayton
the charges and defence of his opinions 93 The act before the vicechancellor for the examination of
A warrant issued by the vicechancellor and two justices of
the townspeople 113 Answer of the University to the charges and libel of the towns
The mayor6 discontent his refusal to take the oaths
may be done to secure the privileges of the University 137 The vicechancellor and mayor to Lord Burghley stating
tical for a woman to govern the state 148 Further charges against the mayor 152 A note relating to Sturbridge fair 152 List of the commission of the ...
An abstract of Lord Norths complaint after having been violently attacked by a party of armed scholars for refusing to give up one Parish who had st...
A true report of the manner in which Richard Parish one of
Answer of the University to the complaint of Lord North 178 The names of such scholars as were sent to London to answer the complaint of Lord N...
The heads to the Queen with farther complaints against
An abstract of some towncomplaints with the answer of
Sir Robert Cecil to the heads demanding the reform of certain
Interpretation of a statute that bachelors of arts and those
sending two members to parliament 207 The Kings letter for the prohibition of idle games and plays
Grace of the Senate that alienations of lands are not to pass
Letter from the heads on a case of privilege 262
A petition of the University to Lord Ellesmere
Letters requesting favours chiefly relating to the towns peti
Sir John Argall to the University thanking them for their
deserted the gates closed deaths in London deaths at Cambridge 380 Grace of the senate on the University preachers licenses
Grace of the senate on the fees of examiners 1632
of the see of Canterbury 410 The arguments of the University for exemption
ter to counsel 419 Petition of Archbishop Laud to the King praying him to
Counter petition of the University 423 The Kings final decree 1636 by which the archbishops right
Copy of the solemn league and covenant 1643
to the vicechancellor stating his wish to borrow
and students not to be obliged to wear surplices 454 Order of the House of Lords for the protection of the Uni
who had been ejected 469 Graces of the senate on the oaths of graduates on
matriculation and graduation oaths of the University 474 The University to the Earl of Holland
taxors and scrutators in their course 528 Mr Sancroft to his brother informing him of the enforcement
a mental reservation 533 The same to the same
Mr Sancroft to his brother informing him that he will be ejected from his fellowship 1651 588
present University or if rejected that others may be chosen in their places 545 Submission of the mayor for releasing the vicechancellors pri
FAOI Notes of University transactions from 1635 to 1660 from the diary of Dr Worthington 656
the tragedy 1595 57 The heads to Lord Burghley requesting him to defend their
Regulations for subscription fee to be paid to the registrary 318 Mr Mead to Sir Martin Stutevile advising him about a college
The University to Lord Burghley exonerating Dr Whitaker
The heads to Sir Robert Cecil complaining of the towns
R Clerk and J Powell to Lord Burghley stating certain

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