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Burghley on the choice of a master,
606, 1. 33; 607, 1. 19
Baichiffild, lease of lands at, 375, 1. 33
Bailey, H. R. vacates his fellowship,
984, 1. 21

Bailey, Baileye, Bayley, Wm. M. A.
fell.; his presentation to Thorrington
rectory, 424, 1. 10; his retirement,
429, 1. 44; 431, 1. 7

Baillie, Rob. desires Tuckney's advice,
642, 1. 18

Baillie's Letters and journals, references
to, 638, 1. 21; 639, 1. 38, 46
Baily, E. H., R. A., his statue of bp.
Butler at Shrewsbury, 900, 1. 37; of
Dr. Wood in the coll. chapel, 1100,
1. 13

Baily, Baylye, Wm. B.A. recommended
as third master of Shrewsbury, 429,
1. 2; chosen, ib. 1. 5, 7; his place
void, 440, l. 12
Bainbrigg, Tho., signs report of the com-
mission on Dr. Lane, 625, 1. 39
Bainton, Northants; Hen. Jenkin, rec-
tor of, 1014, 1. 31
Bainton, Baynton, co. York; the ad-
vowson of, bequeathed to the coll. by
sir W. Gee, 474, 1. 34; dispute res
pecting the patronage of, 476, 1. 28
Bakehouse (backhouse) and brewhouse,
the, decree for maynteyning the stocke
of, 549, 1. 19; decree for the division
of the gains of, 551, 1. to
Baker, the coll. to apply to the bursar
respecting the doles of bread, 1073,
1. 19

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- Dr. a candidate for the mastership
on the death of Dr. Jenkin, 1015,
1. 9; his disappointment at the re-
sult, ib. 1. 23; conference between
him, Dr. Newcome, and Mr. Wil-
liams about the election, 1016, 1. 7;
Cole's comment on this, 1017, 1. 4
- Geo., fell. comm., nephew to Tho-
mas Baker, and chief mourner at his
funeral, 569, 1. 24

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- Jo. recorder of London, umpire in
the dispute with lord Cobham, 360,
1. 31

- Jo. second master of Shrewsbury,
419, 1. 37; 428, 1. 44; 440, l. 11

Mr. to pay the coll. money into sir
Fras. Gosling's bank, 1072, 1. 1

Tho. lease of lands to, Newnham,
Kent, 390, 1. 31

BAKER, REV. THO., Latin verses by,
'Fundatrici vota,' p. 3; Eng. verses,
"To my founder upon his picture,'
3; Cole's note on these, 556, 1. 33;
Verses upon myself and to my God,'
5; his grateful tribute to Dr. Ashton,
94; his wish to be buried in Ashton's
chapel, 93; fulfilment of this, 569, 1.

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20; Cole's account of his MS. history
of St. John's, 555, 3; Dr. Powell's
contemptuous opinion of him, 555,
1. 26; 1050, 1. 20, 28; Cole's notices
of his life and character, 556, 1. 16;
attends his funeral, ib. 1. 26; his
contributions to Drake's Eboracum,
7, 1. 3; ib. 1. 39; date of his first let-
ter to Thoresby, ib. 1. 40; dates of
his taking out documents from the
treasury, ib. 1. 46 seq.; of his using
the Strype papers, 557, 1. 24; his
tender health, 10, 1. 7; 557, L 30;
his edition of Fisher's funeral sermon,
562, 1. 21; leaves a copy of the Sta-
tutes of 1516 to the college, 565, 1.
29; his intimacy with bp. Watson,
566, 1. 15; 697, 1. 32; 698, 1. 22;
Cole's account of his funeral, 569, 1.
21; the site of his rooms, ib. 1. 26;
letters to Strype, 571, 1. 38; 580, 1.
27; his indulgence in smoking, 614,
1. 39; his copy of Fisher's funeral
sermon, 1015, n. 4; letter to Hearne
on bp. Turner, 988, 1. 27; his cha-
racter of Dr. Gower, 993, 1. 24; Cole
on his ejection from his fellowship,
ib. 1. 27, n. 3; his place in the list of
fellows, 1005, 1. 13, his modest con-
clusion to his catalogue of fellows,
1006, 1. 4; Dr. Jenkin's letters to
him, ib. 1. 24; 1011, 1. 48; lord Wey-
mouth sends him an original por-
trait of bp. Fisher, 1006, l. 25; 1012,
1. 1; the coll. entry of his ejection,
1008, 1. 18; feels aggrieved by Dr.
Jenkin, toro, 1. 23; Mr. Ashby's
comment on this, ib. 1. 36, 40; his
bequests to Dr. Newcome, 1034,
1. 15; the library altered to receive
his books, 1036, 1. 17; Zach. Grey's
projected life of him, 1050, n, 3; his
character as related to Cole (anon.).
ib. 1. 35; Dr Powell averse to the
publication of his hist. of St. John's,
1051, 1. 25, 42; Cole leaves money
for an inscription on his tombstone,
1082, 1. 28; Mr. Ashby's epitaph not
accepted, ib. 1. 30; his mention of his
history in his preface to his edit. of
Fisher's funeral sermon, Advert. v.;
account of the transcript from which
this edition is printed, ib. vi.; designs
at various times for printing it, ib.
Wm., fell., his will in the MSS.
Baker, 984, 1. I
Bala, co. Merion., bp. Lloyd (Norw.),
born at, 270, 1. 30

Balam, Rob., M. A, recommended by
the king for a Gregson fellowship,
502, 1. 15; supported by bp. of Ely,
ib. 1. 23; his not being elected a charge
against Dr. Lane, 624, 1. 38

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Bald, Chas., his letter to Ant. Gilby, on
square caps, etc., 550, l. 37
Balderston waye, in Coton, 458, l. 11
Baldro, Mr., Pemb. hall, assists Gun-
ning in the Certain disquisitions, etc.,
238

Baldwyne, Jo., serjeant at law, 351, 1.
13; arbitrator in lord Cobham's case,
360, 1. 33

Bale, Jo., his verses on three masters
of St. John's, 145, 579, l. 32
Balguy, Dr., archd. Winton, his life of
Dr. Powell, 1042, l. 15; his chance
of succeeding Powell as master, 1049,
1. 10; a defender of subscription, 1057,
1. 23, 44; his epitaph on Powell,
1060, 1. 29; Powell's legacy to him,
ib. 1. 46; bp. Hurd's letters to, on
Powell, 1061, 1. 20; idea of his being
proposed for master on the death of
Powell, 1079, 1. 3; cause of the failure
of this, 1081, l. 4

Balshain, Hugh, bp. Ely, endows secu-
lar scholars at St. John's hospital, 22;
conjectures as to the date of this, ib. ;
removes his scholars from the hos-
pital, 25; his benefactions to the uni-
versity, 28; annual exequies decreed
him, 30; his designs perfected by bp.
Montacute, 32

Bamburgh, Wm., his bequest to St.
John's hospital chapel, 559, 1. 39
Bampton school, bp. Beadon educated

at, 729, l. 5, and Edwards Beadon,
730, 1. 28; Jo. Bowstead, master of,
972, 1. 32; Tho. Stanley Bowstead
educated at, ib. 1. 37, and bp. Bow-
stead, ib. 1. 47
Banckes, Valentine, admitted Billing.
scholar, 434, 1. 37
Bancrofte, bp. Ri., objects to the new
statutes (1570), 165; his description
of St. John's coll. 182; on the pu-
ritan synod there, 600, 1. 41
Bangor school, Gwyn's scholars to be

taken from, 421, l. 13, 35; 422, 1. 2
Bank, the, next the river, agreement to

repair it, 1039, l. 15; 1040, l. 15
Bankes, Sir Jo., letter of congratulation
to, on being made lord chief justice,
527, 1. 15

Barber, Mr., on the puritan synod at
St. John's, 600, 1. 46; 601, 1. 5, 7,
31

Barbor, Thos., alias Brasebridge, 355,
1. II

Thos., a witness as notary public.
425, 1. 39
Barford, Wm., fell. King's, friend of
Wm. Chafin, 1089, 1. 22; moderator,
ib. 1. 30; 1090, 1. 1

Bargrave, Dr., dean of Canterbury,

234

Barker, Edm., presentation of, to High-
am vicarage, 364, l. 12

- Nic., lease to, of lands, etc. at Mel-
rethe and Melborne, 361, l. 23

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- Nic., B.A., presented to Dowlman's
chantry in St. Paul's, 467, l. 12
- Rob., lease to, of lands at Chesterton,
458, 1. 26; licence of alienation, ib.
1. 29

- Tho., an original fellow of St. John's
coll., 68, 70

Walter, chosen Hebrew lecturer, 544,
1. 41

Barkly, Fras., esq., rent charge from,
for Shrewsbury scholars, 486, 1. 4;
487, 1. 7, 34

Barlow, Dr. Wm., bp. of Lincoln, 197;
Baker's account of, 256; additional
references to, 667, 1. 8; Cole's note
on his arms, ib. 1. 13

Barnard, Dr. Wm., bp. of Raphoe,
1025, 1. 6

Mr., sen. bursar, 1021, 1.7; votes for
Dr. Newcome for inaster, 1025, l. 41;
1033, 1. 21

- Nat., Emm., tried for his sermon at
St. Mary's, 631, 1. 9
Barnardiston, Dr., succeeds bp. Law as
university librarian, 1029, I. 18
Barne, Geo., fell., his burial as Barnes,
983, L. 39

Barnes, Jo., the elder, lease to, of the
graunge or St. John's barns, 370,
I. 36

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- Margery, lease to, of tenement and
lands in St. Giles's, St. Peter's, Coton
and Newnham, 381, L. 36

Thos.. lease to, of the grange or
St. John's barns, 381, 1. 28; his debt
to Rob. Raye transferred to the coll.,
383, 1. 28; licence to, to alienate a
close, 394, l. 7; his lease surrendered,
397, l. 18

Barnesly, Tho., lease to, of lands at

Little Marcham, 435, 1. 20
Barnwell priory, bp. Kilkenny's bene-
faction to, 21; had the patronage of
All Saints near the castle, ib.; of St.
Sepulchre's, 26; Richard 2nd lodges
at, 37; its revenues at the dissolution,
48; the register of, copied by Baker,
21, n. 3; 558, 1. 3; a charter of,
printed by Gough, ib. 1. 4
Baro, Dr. Pet., the controversy with,
186, 196; a friend of bp. Overall, 259;
various references to, 605, 1. 8; re-
ferences to, in Strype, 615, 1. 25
Baronsdale, Barrnsdall, Wm., senr.

bursar; commissions to, to survey
manors, 389, 1. 11, 14; lease to, of
Northstock parsonage, 391, 1 15;
licence to alienate the same, 394,
1. 28

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Barrett, Mr., the controversy with, 186,
196; various references to, 605, 1. 12;
references to, in Strype, 615, 1. 19
Jo., M.A., his controversy with bp.
Stillingfleet, 701, l. 43
Barrington, Shute, bp. Durham; bp.
Burgess's letter to, on Marsh's Hora
Pelasgica, 867, 1. 44
Barrow, Mr. Isaac, Peter-house, assists
Gunning in the Certain disquisitions,
etc., 238; with bp. Gunning at Ox-
ford, 235

co. Leic., bp. Beveridge born at, 278,
1. 22; he presents the vicarage of to
St. John's coll., 705, 1. 4

rectory, Suff., suit regarding the
presentation to, 711, 1. 33; bp. Green
and Dr. Rutherforth rectors, ib.;
Dr. Williams rector of, 1022, l. 18;
Mr. Ashby inducted to, 1079, 1. 23
Barry, Edm., regulations for his ad-

mission as a fellow commoner, having
kept his terms at Oxford, 1087, 1. 18
Barter, Benj., elected Shrewsbury Ash-
ton scholar, 501, 1. 33
Bartlam, Jo., friend of bp. Butler and
Dr. Parr, 942, 1. 31; 943, 1. 27
Bartlet, Jo., reads and preaches against
the Book of Sports, 585, 1. 18
Barton in Whittingham, Northumb.,
Dr. Tatham born at, 1105, 1. I

Jo., senr., lease to, of lands at Fen
Drayton, 448, 1. 15

Nic., nominated first Jermin scholar,
418, 1. 3, 30

Barway, Barrwaye, Barrowey, leases of
tenement, land, fish-pond, rights of
fishing at, etc., 388, 1. 29; 397, 1. 7;
432, 1. 38
Barwell, Edm., objects to the new sta-
tutes of 1570, 165; predecessor of
bp. Carey as master of Christ's, 262;
intercedes for the puritans, 609, 1. 9;
his letter to lord Burghley recom-
mending Ri. Neale to be master of
Magd. coll., 609, 1. 24
Barwick, Geo., husbandman of Withers-
lake, Westm., father of John and
Peter Barwick, 515, l. 17; 536, 1. 15
-Jo., guards the treasure sent to Chas.
1st, 219; assists Dr. Gunning in the
Certain disquisitions, etc., 238; chap-
lain to bp. Morton, dean of Durham,
etc., 261; certificate for, from Kirby-
stephen school, 514, l. 46; 515, l. 4,
30; notices of, 515, 1. 16; tutor to
Tho. Gore, 523, 1. 4; to Rob. Lloyd,
524, 1. 30; to Ant. Walker, 538, 1. 10;
his life written by his brother Dr.
Peter B., 536, 1. 17; latin letter by
him, 537,
20; his measures for
sending plate and money to Chas. Ist,
632, 1. 1; asks for a dispensation for

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Bassingbourne manor, see Fordham
Bateman, Mr., Dr. Craven's school-
master, 1089, 1. 2

Bates at the Savoy conference, 645, 1. 5
Bath, bp. Carr rector of, 972, l. 12
Bathe, Ant., lease to, of Bromhall
manor, 389, 1. 31

Bather, archdn., his funeral sermon for
bp. Butler, 900, 1. 33; married to the
bp.'s daughter, 901, 1. 3; his character,
ib. 1. 5
Bathurst, Hen., bp. Norwich; his ad-
vocacy of the catholic claims, 925,
1. 37; anecdote of his idea of his
episcopal duties, 965, 1. 40
Bauldier, Dominique de, a friend of bp.
Overall, 671, l. 46

Baxter, Mr., ejected as a nonjuring
fellow, 1008, I. 19

Baxter, Ri., at the Savoy conference,
231, 644, 1. 42—645, 1. 20; his opinion
of bps. Gunning, Pearson, and others,
658, 1. 1; his retort about abp.
Williams, 674, 1. 14

Bayle, his error about Trin. coll. being
turned into a prison, 634, 1. 23
Bayley, Baylye, Hen., B.A., his pre-
sentation to Aldesworth vicarage,
360, 1. 21; his death, ib. 1. 25
- Jo., indenture with his executor re-
specting the Bayley fellowship, 370,

1.25

Baylye, Thos., B.D., master of Clare
hall, executor of Tho. Merell; receipt
to, 383, 1. 23
Baynebridge, Baynbridge, Ri., lease of
houses in Trinity parish transferred
to him, 429, 1. 26; licence to alienate
the same, 433, L 27

Bayus, Ra., bp. Coventry and Lich-
field, Baker's account of, 243; ad-
ditional note on, 662, 1. 46
Beacon, Becon, Jo., his oration to lord
Rob. Dudley, 161; where printed,
586; public orator and proctor, 165;

incurs lord Burghley's displeasure,
ib.; 589, 1. 34; tutor to bishop Vaug-
han, 254, 1. 34; letter to Dr. Hum-
frey, 395, 1. 7; to sir Nic. Bacon, ib.
1. 12;
to lord Burghley, ib. 1. 15;
has taken steps to better the scholars,
ib. 1. 22; his preferments, ib. 1. 25;
receipt to, for 100 marks, 403, l. 34
Beacon, Jo., of Cambs., gent., lease to,
of lands at Molton and Whaploade,
394, l. 25; 405, 1. 2

Theodore, a cup given by him to
the coll. sent to Chas. 1st, 633, 1. 6
Beadon, Edwards, brother of bp. B.,
notices of, 555, 1. 38; 730, 1. 27

Hyde Wyndham, grandson of bp.
Beadon, 730, 1. 47

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- Jo. Watson, fell. Jes., notices of,
730, 1. 34

Ri., bishop of Gloucester, and Bath
and Wells, procures Baker's MS.
for Cole, 555, 1. 29; notices of him
and his family, 729, 1. 1-731, l. 4;
dates of degrees and coll. offices,
729, 1. 8; the efforts to make him
master of St. John's, ib. 1. 13; made
master of Jesus, ib. 1. 18, 32; his
vindication of Hannah More, ib.
1. 25; various preferments, 555, 1. 35;
729, 1. 29; death, ib. 1. 39; his
management of the episcopal estates,
ib. 1. 43; his friends and connex-
ions, 730, L ; coll. tutor of abp.
Stuart, 731, 1. 10; gives Cole a por-
trait of Mrs. Newcome, 1026, 1. 40;
a legatee and executor of Dr. New-
come, 1030, 1. 26, 28; 1034, 1. 48;
his chance of succeeding Dr. Powell
as master, 1049, 1. 6; syndic on,
and supports, proposals for an annual
university examination, 1067, 1. 5,
17; a candidate for the headship on
the death of Dr. Powell, 1079, l. 2;
result of the poll, ib. 1. 15; inter-
position of bishops and others in his
favour, 1080, 1. 11; 1082, 1. 6;
causes of his losing the headship, ib.
1. 41; his rooms to be altered at the
coll. expense, 1084, 1. 40

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Ri., son of bp. B., his estates sold,
729, 1. 46; account of his family,
730, 1. 39

rev. Ri. a' Court, grandson of bp.
B., 730, l. 44

Rob., father of bp. B., 729, 1. 3
Wm. Fred., esq., presents Baker's
own copy of Fisher's funeral serinon
to the library, 562, l. 29; 1015, n. 4;
a grandson of bp. B., 730, 1. 40
Beale, Dr. Jerome, master of Pembroke,
222; as v.-c. entertains the Spanish
ambassadors, etc., 634, 1. 30

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- Dr. Wm., nominated master of St.

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John's by the king, 215; 503, 1. 24 ;
his character, etc., 216; opposes the
archbishop's visitatorial claim, ib.; en-
tertains Chas. 1st, 217; his zeal for
the church and monarchy, 217, 218;
adorns and beautifies the chapel, 217;
imprisoned in the tower, 219; de-
prived of his preferments, ib.; escapes
abroad and dies at Madrid, 220; his
singular burial, 221; various prefer-
ments, ib.; charges against him, 222;
his character by lord Clarendon, 223;
637, 1. 22; a friend of bp. Morgan,
268; letter concerning, from the chan-
cellor to the v.-c. and heads, 498, L.
21; presents a transcript of Fisher's
sermon to the library, 562, 1. 31; his
protestation in the charges against
Dr. Lane, 624, 1. 48; the king's
mandate for, various accounts of, 627,
1. 44; account of the charges exhi-
bited against him in parliament, 629,
1. 6 seq.; his orders for bowing to the
altar, 631, 1. 18; receipt to, for
money, etc., sent to Chas. 1st, 632,
1. 34; exchanged as a prisoner, 633,
1. 37; various notices of, 634, 1. 41;
635, 1. 12; a donor of MSS. to the
library, 221, 1. 30; 635, l. 13; ac-
counts of his death and burial by lord
Clarendon, 635, 1. 37; enquiry for his
MS. sermons in lord Clarendon's li-
brary, 636, 1. 6 seq.
Beamon, Hen, see Beaumonte
Beane or Beawne, Geo., lease to, of a
messuage, osier holt, etc. at Water-
beche, 367, 1. 40

Bearcroft, Ste., demands Dr. Beale's
pictures from Jesus coll., 221, n. 4
Beattie, Dr., bp. Law's remark upon,
723, 1. 9
Beaumont, Dr., master of Trin., resigns
as Margaret profess., 154, l. 25; his
letter to abp. Parker on the state of
colleges, 156, 1. 25; 583, 1. 24; the
university cross sold under his vice-
chancellorship, 162, l. 12; various re-
ferences to, 582, 1. 37; his letter to
Ant. Gilby, ib., 1. 38

- Dr. Jos., admission as reg. prof. div.,
236, n. 2; his letter on king Chas.
Ist's visit to St. John's, 628, 1. 33
Beaumonte, Beamon, Hen., 'barbour,'
leases to, of holts in Trumpington
fields, 392, 1. 9; 419, l. 1; 434, 1. 41
Beauvoir, Osmond, bp. Marsh's school-
master, 735, 1. 14
Beckbank, Great Salkeld, Cumb., bp.
Bowstead born at, 972, 1. 46
Becke, R., fell., an appellant against
the master, 116, 1. 16; deprived and
restored, 117, 1. 3; his presentation
to Aldes worth vicarage, 360, 1. 24 ;

letters of proxy to, 362, 1. 29; his
death, 365, 1. 23
Beckswell school, Rob. Jenkin educated
at, 1013, 1. 41
Becon, see Beacon.
Bedell, Wm. (bp.), opposition to his no-

mination of the Lewes scholar, 482,
1.11; an executor for this scholarship,
ib., 1. 26; letter from, respecting the
first nomination to it, 487, 1. 19
Bedells' salaries, the, assessments of

various colleges for, 590, l. 45
Bede's house in St. Sepulchre's parish,
27

Bedford, Grosvenor C., Southey's letter
to, respecting Lucien Bonaparte's
Charlemagne, 930, 1. 5

Bee, Jo., M.A., fell., testimonial to,
373, 1. 36; appointed coll. receiver for
Yorkshire, 387, 1. 17

Beech, Tho., M. A., late fell., lease to, of
lands at Badburbam, or Babram, 432,
1.35; lease to, of tenement, fish-ponds,
rights of fishing, etc. at Barrowey, ib.,
1. 38; licence to alienate both leases,
433, L. I

Beecher, Wm., Ds., his name to be taken
off the boards for concealing his
marriage while a fellow, 1073, 1. I
Wm., B. A., appointed bp. Ely's fel-
low by the king, sede vacante, 500,
1. 38; recommended by the earl of
Holland, ib. 1. 41; resigns his fellow-
ship, 505, l. 15; his burial, 982, 1. 38;
Cole's reference to, ib. 1. 39
Beer, small, 108. a barrel allowed for,
1040, 1. 40

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Beer, Beere, Bier, Wm., prior or master

of St. John's hospital, 34, 1. 23; 52,
1. 25; grant by him to the hall of the
Annunciation, 559, 1. 7; Cole's re-
ferences to, 560, 1. 38; 561, l. 1
Behon, Mr., letters of attorney to, 387,
1. 30

Belialde, Billiald, Rob., lease to, of
manor house and lands at Little
Marcham, 434, 1. 44; letter from, to
the coll. as tenant of Tuxford, 482,
1. I

Beliald, Bellyald, Beliatt, Belliall, Tho.,
sale to him of timber at Tuxford, 369,
1. 29; leases to, of Little Markham,
or Marcham, manor and lands, and
Tuxford, 372, 1. 45; 380, l. 14; 397,
1. 25; licence to alienate this on cer-
tain conditions, 404, 1. 8
Belialde, Wm., lease of Tho. B. of Little

Marcham alienated to him, 404, l. 9
Bell, Dr. And., his remarks on bp.
Marsh on national education, 806,
1. 41; 807, 1. 31, 48; Marsh's vindi
cation of his system of tuition, 808,
1.28; 817, 1. 21

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Belwole, Jo., grant to, of the chaplaincy
of Horningsey, 351, l. 7
Bendish, Tho., a member of the com-
mittee for the association, 538, 1. 39
Bends, Tho., letter to, to take posses-
sion of sir W. Gee's legacy, 474, 1. 22;
sigus letters to lord Burghley on the
choice of a master, 606, 1. 31; 607,
1. 16; signs letter to earl of Shrews-
bury, 613, 1. 9
Bene't college, see C. C. C.

Benet, Jo., B. A., an original fellow of
St. John's, 77

Benfylls land, at Horndon-on-the-hill,
letters of attorney respecting, 368,
1. 13
Benlowes, Edw., his benefactions to the
library, 340; his arms in the liber
memorialis, 1108, 1. 28

Bennet, Rob., objects to the new sta-
tutes of 1570, 165

Bennett, Bennet, Tho., lease to, of
Brumhall manor, 396, l. 42; of Lang-
hurst, 397, 1. 2; licence to, to under-
let Brumhall, etc., 401, l. 18; licence
to alienate the same, 403, 1. 3; the
lease (Bromehill) alienated, 414, l. 25
Benson, Geo., the 'verry deare frend
of bp. Neile, 483, 1. 34
Bentham, Mr., the coll. give him 598.
for the plate of bp. Gunning's mo-
nument, 1039, 1. 1
Bentley, Jos., Ri. Bentley's letter to,
on bp. Stillingfleet's illness, 700, 1. 34
Little, Ess., Dr. Powell's estates at,
1053, 1. 3

- Dr. R., his account of his connexion
with Stillingfleet, 699, 1. 38; extracts
from his correspondence about him,
700, 1. 4 seq.; his epitaph on him in
Worcester cathedral, 701, 1. 13; Dr.
Jenkin assessor at his degradation,
1007, 1. 11; has the casting vote in
the election for v.-c., 1017, I. 28; his
withdrawal from public business,
1023, 1. 28
Benyon, Chas., bailiff of Shrewsbury,
510, 1. 39

Berethorp, see Burythorp
Berkshire, coll. manors in, appointment
of a steward for, 357, l. 14

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