History of the College of St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge, Volume 2

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University Press, 1869
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Contents

Reference to the reformation of the college
581
His letter to Burghley on the expulsion of Everard
599
Mr Yates personal recollection of him at Cam
601
1765
605
Hen Alvey puritan
607
1615
616
Complaints against him at the restoration
645
1684
652
Tillotson at Clare
661
15651604
665
Notes and Coles notices of bp Capel Wiseman
677
Bakers list of fellows elected in the place of
690
Inscription on his monument in Carlisle cathedral 716 1 20
698
CONTINUATION OF CATALOGUE OF BISHOPS
706
1760
709
Elected master after another warm contest
714
Appointment to the archdeaconry of Colchester
717
1765
719
His pamphlet on the election of chancellor
722
1744
726
His magnificent hospitality
732
99
734
Bp Van Milderts testimony to him as bp
735
examination
740
His views against subscription
741
Essay on theological learning
742
Notices of the later editions 1802 23
752
His Illustration of the hypothesis
764
Marshs course of university sermons against
776
Course of lectures part II
783
Coles note in his transcript of the Baker
785
1816
788
Lectures part V on the authenticity of the
792
Dissertation on the origin of the Gospels
793
Rev Wm Jephsons vindication of the questions
800
22
804
19
808
1868
811
His second letter
829
1748
831
99
843
99
854
This sermon printed at once its large sale
866
19
876
Rev T S Grimshawe on the wrongs of the clergy
884
Rev Hen Walters letter to bp Marsh on
888
Charge to the clergy of Peterborough on
895
99
900
Appointed archdeacon of Derby
901
T W Peiles dedication etc of his Agamemnon
917
1830
928
His praxis on Latin prepositions
937
His letters in vindication of Bells system
940
Charge on education repairs of churches
946
Thoughts on church dignities
952
Bp Geo Aug Selwyn New Zealand and Lichfield
975
His translation of Patje on English credit
980
1741
1033
Summary of Dr Newcomes will
1035
Plans of the second court
1037
WILLIAM SAMUEL POWELL twentyeighth master
1042
Dec Account of the disputed election for
1043
Elected master on the death of Dr Newcome
1048
Powells opposition to this
1115
Testimonies to lady Cecils learning
1120
Powells epitaph by Dr Balguy
1121
A full summary of this
1123
Booths letter to the master on the building of
1126
His funeral sermon for Dr Parr
1132
Notices of the Cambridge petition to be made a city
1133
Conference between Drs Baker and Newcome
1137
his politics
1139
155085
1142
99
1143
Cole on Longworths prebend of Worcester
1144
His death
1145
His publications
1146
Notices of the senior brother
1148
his munificence in the adornment of
1150
99
1152
Appointed tutor to the duke of Kent
1154
Review of the History of the politicks in
1156
arms
1157
Notices of Dr Kelkes alienation of Magd coll
1158
His church preferments
1160
Parish work at Alderley
1161
Documents respecting the estate at Ospring
1166
Coles comment on this
1167
The first sermons at Stamford
1170
Created D D and elected v
1171
48
1172
Higham
1173
Lambert elected v c on the tory interest against
1176
Evelyn and Burnet on his refusal of the see
1177
The Abingdon letter with remarks on its authen
1180
Letters to his sister on his idea of joining
1181
Various remarks on this
1183
Booth to the master with cutlery from the earl
1184
Proceedings in the disputed election for
1186
Cause of his success in obtaining the headship
1189
Consecrated bp of Norwich
1190
Correspondence with foreign scholars
1193
Additions to Coles life of Dr Lambert notices
1196
His last illness and death
1199
connexion with Jesus coll
1206
99
1210
Coles life of
1212
Dr Lamberts scholarships coll offices
1218
Taken ill in Scotland
1225
Coles note on his arms
1228
Defends canon Wodehouses petition on sub
1232
Kennetts account of him as a nonjuring bishop
1235
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Page 1233 - History of the College of St John the Evangelist, by THOMAS BAKER, BD, Ejected Fellow. Edited by JOHN EB MAYOR, MA, Fellow of St John's. Two Vols. Demy 8vo.
Page 1234 - The Homilies, with Various Readings, and the Quotations from the Fathers given at length in the Original Languages. Edited by GE CORRIE, DD Master of Jesus College. Demy Octavo.
Page 716 - I think, a just opinion, that whatever renders religion more rational, renders it more credible ; that he who, by a diligent and faithful examination of the original records, dismisses from the system one article which contradicts the apprehension, the experience, or the reasoning, of mankind, does more towards recommending the belief, and, with the belief, the influence, of Christianity, to the understandings and consciences of serious inquirers, and through them to universal reception and authority,...

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