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16TH AND 17TH CENTURIES.
JAMES HEYWOOD, M.P. F.R.S. F.S.A.
OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE;
THOMAS WRIGHT, M.A. F.S.A. Hon. M.R.S.L.
CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE OF FRANCE.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
Testimonial from the fellows of St. John's, declaring that there
is no presbytery in their college . . . . . . 14
examine the charges which had been made against him . 15
disputes which had arisen in Christ's College, and com-
man's answers . - - - - - - - . 22
The vice-chancellor to Lord Burghley, informing him that
Mr. Hickman had been restored to his fellowship - . 24
The heads to Lord Burghley, on behalf of the University printer,
who was accused by the London printers of having unlaw-
fully printed certain copies of the Bible and New Testament 25
From the same to the same, on the same subject - - . 27
From the same to the same, begging him to check the spread
of papistical doctrines, and praying that he will always up-
hold the true religion of the Gospel . - - - . 30
The heads to the Privy Council, requesting them to enforce
their order against stage-plays and games within the juris-
diction of the University (1592) - - - - . 33
The Privy Council to the vice-chancellor, enjoining the vice-
chancellor, the mayor of Cambridge, and the justices of the
peace, to forbid and put down all stage-plays, interludes,
and gatherings of the people, except the necessary fairs and
markets, as being injurious to the interest and health of the
students . - - - - - - - - . 35
A warrant issued by the vice-chancellor and two justices of the
peace to the constables of Chesterton, ordering them to pro-
hibit all assemblies collected for the purpose of seeing plays,
interludes, or tragedies; to forbid all persons to allow their
rooms, houses, or yards, to be used for such purposes; and
to arrest all who should endeavour to exhibit these shows
contrary to the prohibition . - - - - - . 37