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chapeau gu. turned up ermine, a lion stat. guard. or, gorged with a ducal coronet, ar. Supporters. 2 lions ar. each charged on the shoulder with a mullet. Motto. Volo non valeo. Lord Howard of Naworth.

6th [1. 21]. See of Exeter, imp. ar. on a bend sa. 3 roses of the field, in chief a mullet for difference. Bp. Carey,

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See of Bangor with blank impalement. Name, Bp. Dolben.

7th [1. 27]. 8th [1. 31]. 1. Ar. on a bend sa. 3 roses of the field. 2. Sa. 2 bars wavy ermine. 3. France and England quarterly within a border compony ar. and az. 4. Ar. a chevr. gu. betw. 3 bulls' heads couped sa. attired or. 5. Or, a chief indented az. 6. Ar. a lion ramp. sa. crowned gu. in chief a 10 crescent of the last. Over all a label of 3 points gu. Crest a swan ppr. charged on the neck with a label of 3 points gu. Supporters, 2 antelopes az. armed, crined, tufted, and unguled or. Motto. Comme je trouve. Lord Carey of Hunsdon.

9th [1. 36]. See of Coventry and Lichfield, impaling, ar. 3 piles sa. on 15 a chief gu. a lion pass. guard. or. Bishop Hackett.

roth [1. 40]. See of Chichester, imp. gu. on a fess betw. 3 doves ar. as many crosses pattée of the field. Bishop Gunning.

11th [P. 340 1. 7]. Quarterly 1st and 4th sa. a chevr. betw. 3 leopards' faces or. 2nd and 3rd ar. on a chevr. az. betw. 3 martlets sa. as many 20 crescents or. Crest. A griffin pass. wings endorsed sa. ducally gorged or. Motto. En Dieu est tout. Wentworth.

(Four blank leaves).

12th [1. 24]. Ar. a cross engrailed betw. 12 billets gu.; on escutcheon of pretence, ermine a fess gu. betw. 3 lions' faces az. Crest. A wolf's head 25 erased, per pale sa. and or, ducally gorged ar. holding in its mouth a broken spear. Motto. Non nobis solum. Heath.

13th [1. 28]. Quarterly per fess indented gu. and or, a bend of the last. Crest, a sagittarius. Motto. Dedignor indigna. Benlowes.

Crest, a mermaid 30

14th [1. 36]. Ar. a lion ramp. with two heads, az. with comb and glass ppr. Mason.

[In 1. 40 after cancellarius substitute a semicolon for the full stop].

15th [P. 341 1. 1]. Ar. 3 calves pass. sa. hair dishevelled or. holding in dexter hand an ger both sa. Metcalfe.

16th [1. 5]. falcon close or. 17th [1.9].

Sa. a chevr. betw. 3 fleurs de lis ar. Bodurda.

18th [1. 13]. Quarterly or, and gu. on a bend sa. 3 crosses pattée fitchée of the first. Henman.

Crest, a naked woman ppr. arrow and in sinister a dag

35 Or, on a canton az. a falcon close of the field. Crest, a Thurston.

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[In 1. 15 read æstimator].

19th [1. 18]. Az. a saltier betw. 4 crosses crosslet fitchée or. Rustatt. 20th [1. 22]. Sa. a stag ar. attired and unguled or. Cadwallader Jones. 21st [1. 27]. Sa. a chevr. ermine betw. 3 owls' heads erased ar. Howlett.

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22nd [1. 34]. Sa. a chevr. betw. 3 spear heads ar. imbrued at the points gu. Thomas.

[In 1. 36 read roλVYλWTTWV].

23rd [n. 1]. See of Norwich, impaling quarterly 1. or, a lion ramp. 5 reguard. sa. 2. or, a griffin segreant vert. 3. sa. 3 roses ar. barbed and seeded ppr. 4. az. 3 crowns or. Bp. Lloyd.

24th [P. 342 l. 1]. Ermine on a fess sa. a castle triple towered ar. Crest, a wolf's head az, collared ar. holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped vert. Hill.

[See MS. Baker XXXII. 538 sq. and The diplomatic correspondence of the rt. hon. Richard Hill, envoy from the court of St. James's to the duke of Savoy 1703-6, edited by the Rev. W. Blackley. Lond. Murray. 1845. 2 vols. 8vo.].

25th [n. 1]. Or, a fess gu. thereon a baronet's badge, betw. 3 fleurs de

15 lis az.

ADDENDA AND ERRATA.

P. 345 1. 25. Read Hope.

P. 346 l. 18 n. 56. Printed by Lewis II. 290-296; Hymers 195-203; and in part by Fiddes.

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P. 348 L. 5.
1. 19.
P. 349 1.
P. 352 1. 6.

14.

P. 356 1. 3.

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Read Brekyndyne.

Add 225.

Read 1531.

P. 404 1. 16.

P. 405 l. 4.

P. 416 1. 12.
P. 419 1. 46.
P. 426 1. 33.
P. 453 1. 35.
P 486 1. 38.
P. 507 1. 47 seq.
1. 29.

Read p. 79.
Add f. 198 a.

See Reg. of letters 56; MS. Baker XVI. 243.

For ff. 172-174 read f. 172.

Read p. 191.
See p. 138 l. 29.

See on this visitation p. 143 l. 21.

Add 10 Cal. Nov.

For 315 read 314.

See Strype's Annals III. 596.

See Strype ibid.; White vellum book 311.

Add Prid. non. Iul.

For 1363 read 136.
Joyce Frankland.

the pensionarye. See p. 184 1. 9.

See MS. Baker XXIV. 384 seq.

Add ibid. 310, 616.

Whitaker called St. John's a university. See p. 184

This letter is also in MS. Cole I p. 60.

This letter of Strafforde's is printed by Knowler II. 390.
This letter to the earl of Holland is Cleveland's Works 148.
Ibid. 146, 147.

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P. 532 1. II.

Printed in Barwick's Life, App. 551, 552, and thence in Biogr. Brit. under Cary (Lucius); also in Walpole's Noble Authors II. 197.

Read Newnham.

P. 558 1. 2.
P. 623 1. 21.

P. 644 1. 3. for 1. read n.

P. 649 1. 28 seq. Gunning's congregation taken prisoners on Christmas day 1657. See Kennet, Compl. Hist. III. 223.

P. 674 1. 31. 1646 i. e. 1645.

P. 708. heading. for SAM. SQUIRE read JO. CRADOCK.
after died insert, bp. of Bath and Wells.

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for 1. 12 read 22.

P. 722 1. 12.

P. 722 L. 42.
P. 825. heading. Read ROBERT.

P. 900 1. 37.

Read Baily.

Read 23 Jan. 1841.

P. 973 1. 26.
P. 979. heading. Read 1855-9.

1. 8. Read 1855.

for Semour read Seymour.

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HIS ITAQUE DICTIS LEGIBUS, QUAS TUM SALUBRES TUM IUSTAS EXISTIMAMUS, MAGISTRUM ET SCHOLARES OMNES TAM SOCIOS QUAM DISCIPULOS COLLEGII DIVI IOHANNIS IN CANTABRIGIA REGI VOLUMUS ET GUBERNARI. QUIBUS SI SESE DILIGENTER ATTEMPERENT, NIHIL DUBITAMUS QUIN AFFLATUS ADERIT DIVINI SPIRITUS, QUI RECTA PERDUCET OBSEQUENTES AD MAGNAM ERUDITIONEM CUM PARI CONIUNCTAM SANCTIMONIA. NEQUE ENIM FAS EST AMBIGERE QUIN SACER ILLE SPIRITUS, QUI IN QUAVIS CONGREGATIONE CHRISTIANORUM RESIDET, PRAESTO SIT ADIUTURUS CUNCTOS QUI CUM FIDE ET PURA CONSCIENTIA CONVERSARI CONANTUR IUSTISQUE ET SALUBRIBUS MONITIS OBTEMPERANT, PRAECIPUE TAMEN EOS QUI STUDIO SACRARUM LITTERARUM INSUDANT. NAM OB HAS POTISSIMUM RESERANDAS ILLE MISSUS FUIT. ‘QUUM, INQUIT, ‘VENERIT ILLE QUI EST SPIRITUS VERITATIS, DUCET VOS IN OMNEM VERITATEM. AT QUOS DUCET? NIMIRUM HUMILES ET OBSEQUENTES: SUPER HUIUSMODI REQUIESCIT, FOVENS EOS ET INDICIBILIBUS EOS CONSOLATIONIBUS REFICIENS; SED ET ISTIS, QUUM SIT OSTIARIUS, APERIT AC RESERAT ARCANA SCRIPTURARUM. NIHIL IGITUR VOBIS HAESITANDUM EST, FRATRES, QUIN SI STUDUERITIS HAS LEGES OBSERVARE PARITER ET UNANIMES IN CARITATE IUGITER CONVERSARI, PATRI NOSTRO COMPLACITUM ERIT SUO VOS TANDEM AFFLARE SPIRITU; QUOD UT FACIAT, IPSE, TAMETSI PECCATOR SIM, ASSIDUE PRECABOR, ET VOS VICISSIM QUAESO PRO ME PRECEMINI.

BISHOP FISHER'S STATUTES OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE (1530), c. 53.

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