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ABBOT, Dr. Geo., bp. Lichfield and
London, 668, 1. 32

Wm., Dr. Powell's character of,
1070, 1. 30; terms upon which he was
elected rector of Brinckley, 1073, 1.15;
refuses the appointment, ib. 17
Aberconway, Wales, abp. Williams born
at, 261, 1. 12

Aberdaron, rectory of, presented to the
coll. by abp. Williams, 619, 1. 13;
proceedings relative to, in court of
King's bench, 735, L. 21
Abingdon letter, the, to bp. Marsh, his
remarks on, 838, 1. 11; 853, 1. 25;
860, 1. 28; its authenticity considered,
862, 1. 39; 864, 1. 20
Abinger, Hen. Jenkin, rector of, 1014,
1. 34, 38

Abney, Edw., signs letter to lord Burgh-
ley on the choice of a master, 606, 1. 23
Absentee exhibitioners, agreement re-
specting, 1038, 1. 11
Ackworth, Geo., fell. Peterhouse, 251
Act prohibiting residence of married

men in coll. etc., account of, 578, l. 22
Adams, Adames, Edm., leases to, of
manor and lands at Thriplowe, 387,
1. 7, 40; 398, 1. 43

Ri., lease of the above transferred to,
354, 1. 35

Tho., lease of lands to, at Uppaule,
386, 1. 22

Tho. and Jo., lease of above lands to,
401, 1. 29

- Tho. and Pet., leases of above lands
to, 436, 1. 36; 444, 1. 37

Wm., lease to, of St. John's mayse,
etc. Waterbeache, 435, 1. 32
Addingham, Cumb., rev. Ra. Tatham,
vicar of, 1106, 1. 11
Addington, birthplace of Tho. Tylden,
526, l. 1

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Addison, master of Sherbourne school,
713, 1. 33

- Jo., alias Allatson, lease to, of tene-
ment in St. Andrew's parish, 441, l. 8
Ade, Wm., of Eton, Beds., transfer to,

of lease of Blounham watermilis, 353,
1. 40
Admission, to fellowships, alteration in
the form of, 198 n. 1; registration of,
on coll. books, Dr. Gwyn's system
of, 616, 1. 25
Admissions, various registers of, see
Registers

Aeschylus, Dr. Butler's announcement
of his edition of, 904, l. 42; Burney's
advice on this, 906, 1. 19; publication
of vol. I. of Butler's edit. 908, 1. 41;
Blomfield's review of, in Edin. Rev.
909, 1. 14; Butler's remarks on
Blomfield, 911, 1. 28; on Porson's
emendations to, 914, l. 28; review of,
in Quart. Rev. 915, l. 42; in Class.
Journ. 917, 1. 35; publication of
vol. II. 918, 1. 25; Blomfield's re-
view of this in Edin. Rev. ib. 1. 40;
publication of vol. III. 920, 1. 50;
of vol. IV. 921, 1. 4

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Aldenham, Herts., Ri. Platt's founda-
tion of a free school at, 489, 1. 18.
Thos. Neale the master, dismissed,
490, 1. 5, the three nominees of the
coll. ib. 24, Greenwood elected, 490,
1. 36; letter to the coll. to nominate
three for the mastership, 506, 1. 25;
nomination to Brewers' co. of three
for mastership, 1088, l. 17
Alderhethe, Altherheth, Galfridus de,
perpetual vicar of St. Sepulchre's, 26,
1. 35; master of St. John's hospital,
52, L. 6

Alderley, Cheshire, bp. Stanley pre-
sented to, 964, 1. 32; his work there,
ib. 1. 35; regret at his leaving, 965,
1. 31; his addresses and sermon at,
971, l. 18, 31
Alderly, Mr., consulted by lady Mildred

Cecil in her benefactions, 594, l. 32
Aldeworth, Aldesworth, rectory, trial
concerning, 355, 1. 36; letters of
proxy respecting, 362, 1. 32; presenta-
tions to the vicarage of, 360, 1. 21,
25; 365, 1. 23; 366, 1. 12; 380, 1. 3
Aldridge, Mr. prebendary of Westmin-

ster, 169, 1. 3; notes upon, 591, l. 3
Alen, Thos., lease to, of the orteyarde

Alleyn, Mr., succeeded in his fellowship
by Dr. Lambert, 1015, 1. 5
Allington, Kent, bp. Tho. White born
at, 274, 1. 21

at Ospringe streate, 361, 1. 26
Alford, Linc., W. Ellis master of the
school at, 1077, l. 45

Alford, Sam. dean and rector of St.
Burian, 1014, 1. 29

Alienation of leases, coll. clause against,
383, 1. 44

Allatson, Jo. alias Addison, lease to, of
tenement in St. Andrew's parish, 441,
1. 8

Allott, Allot, Jo., B.A., nominated by
bp. Felton to bp. Ely's fellowship,
481, 1. 25; his fellowship declared
void by Chas. I., 500, L 37; the coll
deny that it is vacant, 501, LI
Allott, Ro., sen.-fell., 491, 1. 19; 499,
1. 13, 23; register of his burial, 981,

1. 21

Alnborough hall, Cumb., bp. Senhouse,
born at, 263, 1. 2

Alvey, Hen., his puritan influence in
St. John's, 181, 182, n. 4; 602, L. 22;
master of Trin. Coll. Dublin, 182;
nominated for mastership of St. John's,
190; 607, 1. 13; letters of attorney
to, 432, 1. 24; 437, l. I; 439, l. 12;
443, 1. 24; appointed syndic for the
college in the v.-c.'s court. 445, L. 3;
receives the indenture of the duchess
of Suffolk's exhibition, 447, L 47;
complaints against him and his party
for nonconformity, 607, 1. 26 seq.;
his letter to lord Burghley in defence
of himself, 608, 1. 37 seq.; signs
letter to the earl of Shrewsbury, 613,
1.5; his protest against Barret, 615,
1. 22

Allen, bp. of Ely, rev. Jas. Bowstead
his examining chaplain, 973, 1. 16
Allen, at the puritan synod in St. John's
coll., 601, 1. 4, 24

Allen, Jo., lease to, of tenement and

lands at Clarebroughe, 433, 1. 13
Allen, Phil. fell., suspected author of the
Academic, 711, 1. 9; not elected a
senior on account of his insanity,
1073, 1. 31

Allenson, Allinson, Jo., author of the
life of Dr. Whitaker, 185, 1. 17, and
note 3; his name in the white vellum
book as registrar, 437, l. 22; witness
to deed of presentation to Higham,
454, 1. 16; signs the articles against
Baro, 605, 1. 9; signs letter to lord
Burghley on the choice of a master,
606, 31; 607, 1. 16; twice suspend-
ed by abp. of Canterbury, 608, I. 25;
signs letter to earl of Shrewsbury,
613, 1. 8

Allesson, a puritan, Dr. Gwyn's letter
respecting the prosecution of, 615,
1.33

Alvey, Rd., M.A., his presentation to
Thorington rectory, 359, 1. 36; re-
signation, 374, 1. 34; 393, 1. 21
Alvis, Mr., fell., payment to, for put-
ting the library in order, 1036, Í. 4;
a candidate for the mastership at
Dr. Newcome's death, 1042, 1. 6
Ambrose, Dr. Dan., his mission to the
king, 213, 1. 10; leave of absence
granted to, as preacher in a king's
ship, 493, 1. 2; orders for him to re-
tain his fellowship while abroad, 500,
1. 30; 502, 1. 1, 38; presented to
Methley rectory, 500, 1. 34

Ambrose, Jo., B.D., chaplain at sea;
leave to receive profits of fellowship
while absent, 523, l. 13; 525, 1. 17;
bound to appear before the council,
623, 1. 42; his election to a fellow-
ship a charge against Dr. Lane,
624, 1. 37
American clergy, 20 guineas given for
the relief of, 1084, 1. 5
Amis, Rog., commission to,
manors, 389, 1. 9
Amye, R., lease to, of messuage and
land at Badburham, 374, 1. 27
Anable, Joane, lease to, of tenement
and garden at Cottenham, 374 1.
39

survey

Ancaster, duke of, accompanies Geo.
2nd to Cambridge, 1019, 1. 13

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- Christr., tutor, St. John's, sends his
pupils Brome on fasting, 999, 1. 36;
tutor to Thos. Jenkin, 1014, l. 1
Anthon, Ra., lease to, of tenement and
lands at Danmithorpe, 344, 1. 22;
386, 1.25
Anthony, brother, master of St. John's
hospital, 52
Antonius, Andreas, directed to be used

Argal, Gabriel, A.M., expelled the uni-
versity, 622, 1. 40

in scholastic disputations, 343, 1. 8
Aphugh, Aphughe, Wm., lease to, of
two messuages and garden in St.
Sepulchre's parish, 427, l. 4; Mary,
widow of Wm., lease to, of the
above, 461, 1. 20; licence of aliena-
tion, ib. 1. 23

Appleby school, Knewstub's benefaction
for, 515, l. 12

Apthorp, Dr. East, father-in-law of bp.
Sam. Butler, 899, 1. 4

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— Harriett, married to bp. Sam. Butler,
899, 1. 3

Dr. Stephen, vice-provost of Eton,
665, 1. 3
Archbishop of Canterbury, the, ques-
tion as to his visitatorial power in
the university, 216, l. 26; references
to this, 628, 1. 26
Archbishops, the two, and bp. of Ely,
coll. letter to, on being placed under
their charge, 505, 1. 28
Archeprieste, sir Ri., letters from, about
the suppression of Bromehall mon-
astery, 356, 1. 8, 12, 15; 465, l. 9,
11, 13
Archer, Wm., lease to, of messuage at
Elsley, 402, 1. 34; the same to his
widow, 441, l. 11

Argall, Jo., an Essex man' designs
the foundation of a logic lecture, 211,
1.8; 545, 1. 42; joins with lord
Maynard in this work, 546, 1. 7;
Cole's and other notices of, 622, 1. 38
Argent, Mr., agreement for him to re-

pair the organ, etc., 1084, 1. 33, 36;
his bill paid for this, ib. 1. 45
Aristotle, questions for scholastic dis-
putations to be chosen from, 343,
1. 12

Armagh, abp., Stuart's monument at,
731, 1. 25

Arms;-

Barlow, bp., 667, l. 14; Beale, Dr.,
627, 1. 46; Beaufort, lady Margaret,
1107, 1. 6; Bellot, bp., 665, 1. 13;
Benlowes, Edw., 1108, 1. 28; Bodur-
da, Griffith, 1108, 1. 38; Boucher,
bp., 663, 1. 30; Carey, bp., 1108, 1.
4; Carey of Hunsdon, John, lord,
1108, 1. 7; Chevallier, Dr., 1079, n.
1; 1082, 1. 22; Craven, Dr., 1092, 1.
29; Day, bp., 662, 1. 29; Dolben,
bp., 1108, 1. 6; Gardiner, bp, 664, 1.
13; Gauden, bp., 678, 1. 7; Gower,
Dr., 991, 1. 68, n. 1; 1001, l. 27;
Gunning, bp., 661, 1. 36; 1108, 1.
17; Gwyn, Owen, 1107, 1. 10; Hack-
ett, bp., 1108, 1. 15; Hare, sir Ra.,
1107, 1. 17; Heath, Rob., 1108, 1.
24; Henman, Allen, 1108, 1. 39;
Hill, Ric., 1109, 1. 7; Horne, bp.,
664, 1. 13; Howard of Naworth,
Wm. lord, 1107, 1. 29; Howlett,
Sam., 1108, 1. 45; James 1st., 1107,
1. 3; Jenkin, Dr., 1005, n. 1; TOIO,
n. 7; Jones, Cadwallader, 1108, 1.
44; Lambert, Dr., 1015, n. 1; 1019,
1. 26; 1021, 1. 3; Lloyd, bp., 580, 1.
30; 1109, 1. 4; Metcalfe, Rob., 1108,
1. 33; Mason, Rob., 1108, 1. 30;
Morton, bp., 1107, 1. 18; Neile,
abp., 670, 1. 31; Newcome, Dr., 1022,
n. 1; Pilkington, bp., 664, 1. 28;
Powell, Dr., 1042, n. 1; Rustatt,
Tobias, 1108, 1. 42; St. John's coll.,
1107, 1. 9; Tatham, Dr., 1105, n. 1;
Tayler, bp., 661, 1. 34; Thomas,
Lambrochius, 1109, 1. 1; Thurston,
Jos., 1108, 1. 36; Turner, bp., 985, n.
I; Unknown, 1109, 1. 14; Watson,
bp., 578, 1. 36; 663, 1. 3; Went-
worth, Tho., 1108, 1.9; Williams, bp.
Linc., 1107, 1. 12; Wood, Dr., 1094,
n. 1; Wolley, bp., 678, 1. 46; Wrio-
thesley, Hen., earl of Southampton,
1107, 1. 20; Young, bp., 664, 1. 43
Armstrong, Jo., fell., curate at Cart-
mell, 983, 1. 5

Arnald, Mr., tutor to Fras. Cradock,

708, 1. 33; to Ri. St. George, ib. 1. 42 ;
mentioned as a candidate to succeed
Dr. Powell as master, 1049, L 13;
his age the obstacle, 1081, 1. 1; em-
powered to answer Mr. Wood's ap
peal, 1083, 1. 23

Arnold, Dr. Thos., bp. Stanley's friend-
ship for, 969, 1. 12

Arondell, Jo., chaplain of Steresbrigge
chapel, 16

Arrowsmith, John, thrust into the mas-
tership by the earl of Manchester,
224, 638, 1. 20; his oath on admis-
sion, 225; removed to Trinity, 226;
his death, ib.; regius professor of
divinity, 227, 230; accounts of his
inaugural lecture, 640, 1. 21; his pre-
ferments, 227; literary works, etc.,
227, 641, 1. 5; character, 228, 641,
1. 16; various notes on, 638, 1. 20;
641, 1. 41; his appointment as mas-
ter approved by the assembly, 638,
1. 27; contemporary accounts of his
government, 639, 1. 23; his acts as
one of the assembly of divines, 639,
1. 41; 640, 1. 7
Arundell, Thos. bp. Ely, his visitation

of King's hall, 37; his visitation of
the university as abp. Canterbury, 41
Arundel, countess of, the laurel first
brought into England by her, 635,
1. 18

Arundell and Surrey, earl of, letter to,
asking for books for the new library,
497, L. 28; letter from, recommending
Fras. Withington for a fellowship,
528, 1. 23; the coll. reply, ib. 1. 32
Arundines Cami, review of bp. Butler's

contributions to, 907, 1. 17
Ascham, Roger, his character of Dr.
Metcalfe, 108, 569, 1. 37; compli-
ments Dr. Tayler, 115; his account
of the religious controversies in St.
John's, 125, 574, 1. 26; president of
St. John's, 137; his opinion of Watson,
Redman and Cheke, 244; lease of
Brumhalle manor granted to, 393, 1.
30; 396, 1. 43; signs letter to Hen.
8th, 462, 1. 12; to Mr. Langdale, 462,
1. 24; his remarks on the ejection of
fellows under queen Mary, 576, 1. 10;
remarks on Dr. Watson and his tra-

gedy, Absalom, 578, 1. 47; 579, l. 11;
his character of Grindal, 579, 1. 10;
latin letters written by him, 353, 1.
44; 364, 1. 30; 368, 1. 26; 369, l. 12,
16; 371, 1. 20, 27, 37; 372, 1. 11;
373, 1. 15; his opinion of lady Mil-
dred Cecil, and lady Jane Gray,
583, 1. 39
Ash, Fras., Dr. Tuckney's sermon on,
643, l. 16

Simeon, chapl. of lord Manchester,

disowns any oath of discovery, 226,
1. 4; Cole's proof to the contrary,
638, 1. 34

Ashby, rev. Geo., president of St.
John's, his information to Cole, 556,
1. 29; 557, l. 10; an advocate for the
marriage of fellows, 563, 1. 15; his
account of finding bp. Fisher's tomb,
568, 1. 5, 28; remarks on bp. Green,
713, 1. 17; his friendship with bp.
Ross, 727, 1. 32 seq.; remarks on
Baker's ejection, 1010, 1. 36; anec-
dote of Dr. Newcome, 1031, n. 4;
his idea of his chance of succeeding
Dr. Powell as master, 1048, 1. 43;
remarks on Baker's history of St.
John's, 1051, 1. 32; anecdote of Dr.
Powell, 1061, 1. 38; allowed to em-
ploy a surveyor respecting the coll.
inclosures, 1074, l. 12; allowed time
for his answer respecting Soulderne
rectory 1077, l. 10; rector of Barrow,
1079, 1. 23; cause of his being passed
by in the election for mastership, ib.
1. 24; his epitaph on Baker not ac-
cepted, 1082, 1. 30

Ashe, Rog., M.A., an original fellow of
St. John's, 76

Ashton, Assheton, Abd., his share in
the life of Whitaker, 185, l. 26, n. 2;
signs the articles against Baro, 605,
1. 10; signs letter to lord Burghley
on the choice of a master, 606, 1. 31

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Dr. Hugh, Baker's verses to, 3;
Cole's note on these, 556, 1. 33; in-
scription to, in a stained glass window
at York, 4; executor of lady Mar-
garet, 66, 68, 94; his chapel and mo-
nument, 93; notes on these, 569, 1. 9
seq.; Baker's grateful tribute to him,
93; his family, preferments, etc., ib.;
his death and monumental inscrip-
tion, 94; his chapel desecrated, 153;
adorned and beautified by Dr. Beale,
218; again desecrated by the puritans,
226; visit of the master and fellows to
his tomb at York, 346, 1. 40; indenture
for his fellowships and scholarships,
352, 1. 47; for his dirge, 353, l. 12,
547, 1. 11; his scholarships not to be
confounded with Ashton's Shrewsbury
scholars, 501, 1. 28; his will and ex-
ecutors, 569, 1. 30.

- Jane, sister to Dr. Clayton, 196;
takes away lady Shrewsbury's pic-
ture, 615, L. 5

- Mr., attainted of high treason against
Wm. and Mary, 987, 1. 10

- Ric., beaker presented by him to the
college, sent to Charles 1st, 633, l. 14

Asheton, Aston, Tho., indenture
with, respecting Shrewsbury school,
405, l. 26; first master of Shrewsbury,

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ib. 1. 46; devises ordinances respect-
ing the school revenues, 406, 1. 39,
407, l. 11; his scholars not to be
confounded with Hugh Ashton's, 501,
1. 28; register of their foundation,
547, 1. 34; Camden's note upon him,
933, 1. 27

Asheton, Wm., brother and executor of
Hugh Ashton, 569, 1. 33
Ashwell, Ashewell, Asshewell, Herts,

leases of tenements, lands and holts
there, 363, 1. 25; 416, l. 27; of tene-
ment and lands, 390, 1. 1; 391, 1. 27;
lease of the manor of Kirkbies, Kirk-
byes, Kirck byes, there, 393, 1. 38;
401, 1. 8; 420, l. 27, 44; 424, 1. 23;
425, 1. 47; 435, l. 5; 442, l. 26; 450,
1. 2; 455, L 29
Askew, Ant., Blomfield on his Aeschy-
lean plagiarisms from Pet. Needham,
916, 1. 38; 918, l. 12, 48; 919, 1.5;
Butler's remarks on, 921, 1. 8
Aspenden, Herts., bp. Pepys rector of,
974, 1. 20

Atcherley, Jas., master of Shrewsbury,
death of, 899, l. 1

Athenian Letters, the, bp. Green a con-
tributor to, 713, l. 16
Atkenson, Rob., executor, indenture
with, respecting Heblethwaite's bene-
faction, 431, 1. 27

Atkin, Wm., lease to, of a garden at
Ely, 454, 1. 39

Atkinson, J., letters of attorney to ap
pear against him respecting the 2nd
court, 453, 1. 21; 455, l. 24

- S., Trin. coll., account of bp. Marsh
by, 739, 1. 30

- Tho., M.A., presented to Aldesworth
rectory, 413, l. 44
Atkynson, Wm., B.A., fell., testimonial
to, 383, 1. 34

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Auditing of the bye foundations, coll.
agreement about, 1037, 1. 43
Augmering, Suss., Hen. Jenkin in-
cumbent of, 1014, 1. 23

Aunger, Mr., to be consulted respecting
the Jermin indenture, 418, 1. 37
Aunger, Rob., house belonging to, 25,

1. 18

Aucher, Dr., appointed by bp. Gunning
overseer of his papers, 660, 1. 31
Auchon (Anthon?), Rauff, lease of lands,
etc. to, in Danthorp, Holdernes, 344,
1. 32

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- Jo. of Cambridge, the whig candi-
date for the office of university vint-
ner, 1018, 1. 10; the v. c. decides
against him, ib. 1.14; the privy council
declares him elected, ib. 18

- Nath. member of the committee for
the association, 538, 1. 26

sir Nich., letter to, from Beacon,
395, L. II

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- Mr. appointed to catechize in chapel,
1040, 1.6
Badburham, see Babraham
Badcock, Sam., his remarks on Wesley's
visit to bp. Ross, 727, 1. 9
Badcocke, Wm., lease to, of tenement
etc. in 'fryer prechers' streate,' Cam-
bridge, 357, 1. 1

Bagnall, Ri., degraded for getting his
M.A. surreptitiously, 618, 1. 32
Baguley, Hugh, signs letters to lord

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