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Day, Geo., jun., lease to, of the above,
448, 1. 28; and licence of alienation,
ib. 1. 36

Rob., lease of Clavering alienated to,
417, 1. 35
Dealtry, Dr. W., archdeacon, Marsh's
comment on, respecting the Bible so-
ciety, 818, 1. 40; 822,1 6, 25; his Ex-
amination of Marsh's enquiry, 826, 1.
17; the Edin. Rev. on this, 827, 1. 44;
Milner's remarks on it, ib. 1. 48
Deane of Paules, the, to confer with lord
Maynard respecting his logic lecture,
546, 1. 15

Deans of the coll., admissions of, 544,
1. 23; agreements respecting the pay-
ment of, 1035, 1. 33, 35; 1037, 1. 9
Debreczin university, agreement to give
£10 to, 1038, 1. 19

Decrees, various, of the master or pre-
sident and seniors, 548, 1. 21; a copy
of, ordered to be kept in the library,
616, 1. 19

Dee, Brian, canon of Chichester, 265
Francis, bp. Peterborough, Baker's
account of, 265; letter of thanks to,
from the coll. for various favours, 514,
1. 1; additional notes upon, 677, 1. 23;
copy of his book-plate in coll. library,
ib. 1. 30

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Defraine, Geo., admitted Billingsley
scholar, 434, 1. 39

Degrees bestowed upon mean persons
after the king's visit, 202; various
references to this, 617, 1. 42; some of
them degraded, 618, 1. 18
Delapeend. see Peend.

Denne, Sam., C. C. C., his letter to Ri.
Gough on the attempt to revive de-
clamations, 726, 1. 20; a friend of
Wm. Chafin, 1090, 1. 7; his letter on
the intimacy of Drs. Postlethwaite
and Craven, etc., 1091, 1.
Denney Abbey, bond to the abbess of,
346, 1. 35; land belonging to, 458, 1.
17

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sir Ant., letters to, from the college
written by Ascham respecting his
services to Sedbergh, 371, 1. 20, 57;
465, 1. 35, 42

Edw., admission of, 548, 1. 20
Dent, Ro., B.A., an original fellow of
St. John's, 77

Deping, Jo., canon of Lincoln, 44
De Quincey, Thomas, his notice of Parr,
940, l. 17

Dertford, lease of lands etc. at, 368, 1.
19; 369, 1. 42

Detriments, college decree concerning,

549, 1. 38; 550, 1. 28

Devenish, Wm., recommended by Cran-
mer for a fellowship, 981, 1. 2
Dewes, sir Simonds, his account of And.

Downes, 598, 1. 27; his MS. diary pre-
served at Colchester, 615, 1. 35; Mr.
Holdsworth his coll. tutor, 626, 1. 26;
his remarks on communion rails, 630,
1. 12; on Dr. Beale's orders for bow-
ing to the altar, 631, 1. 18; his men-
tion of the senior brother, 648, 1. 5;
his collection purchased by Mr. Har-
ley, 701, 1. 7
Deye, see Day.

Didin, Dr. T. F., his notice of bp.
Marsh, 740, 1. 44

Dickenson, Rob., lease to, of lands at
Atwicke, 400, 1. 40; licence to alien-
ate it. 404, 1. 25

Dicker common, Suss., bp. Vidal curate
of, 976, 1.. 4
Dickins, prof, 1016, 1. 23
Diemarr, Dumnarr, the pictures in the
library to be examined by him. 1087,
1. 9, 15; two guineas subscribed for
two copies of a print by him. ib. 1. 39
Diet of coll. students (1550), Leaver's
sermons upon, 131
Digby, Essex, bp. of Dromore, 696, 1.

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Jo., appointed steward of manors in
Yorkshire, 414, 1. 43
Dillingham, Dr. Thos., v.-c., 230, 1. 30
Dr. Wm., master of Emmanuel, 232,
1. 5

Dinners, orders to the coll. cook respect-
ing, 1084, 1. 23; for those in statu
pupillari, 1088, 1. 26
Disney, Dr., chaplain and biographer
of bp. Law, 717, 1. 22

- Wm., Trin., sen. wrangler, prof. of
Hebrew, 1090, 1.6; Wm. Chafin's op-
ponent in keeping an act, ib. 1. 14
Displin, Discipline, Tho., fell., bis fellow-

ship vacated by marriage, 502, 1. 14,
20; register of his marriage, 982, 1.

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Disputing in chapel, coll. order respect-
ing, 1036, 1. 36
Dissenter and layman, a, letter by, to
bp. Marsh on the religious establish-
ment, 841, 1. 26; Marsh's letter of
explanation to, 842, 1. 17
Dividends of fellows aud scholars, note

respecting, in the thin black book,'
437, 1. 15; of jun. fells. fixed (1765),
at £40 per ann., 1071, 1. 15; for 1770
to be the same as 1769, 1075, 1. 29;
for 1771-4, to be £44, 1076, 1. 37:
for 1775-9, to be £50, 1084, 1. 1; for
1780-5, to be £56, 1086, 1. 24
Dixe, Tho., lease to, of houses and land
at Willingham, 440, l. 26
Dobson, Jo., minister and preacher of
the word of God, lease to, of lands at
Marflett, 436, 1. 39; licence to alienate
it, 440, l. 19

Docwra family, the, Alan Percy parts
with his estate to, 84, 1. 1; Cole's
note on their manor house, 566, 1. 20
Dod, Jo., his acquaintance with Dr.
Whitaker, 599, 1. 33

Dodd, Wm., chaplain to bp. Squire,
710, 1. 20

Doddridge, Dr., Warburton's letter to,
mentioning Dr. Newcome, 1033, 1. 36;
letter from, to his wife on Drs. Mid-
dleton and Newcome, ib. 1. 40
Dodgson, Chas., bp. of Ossory, etc.,
notices of, 713, 1. 31

Chas., archdeacon of Ripon, grand-
son of bp. D., 714, l. 4

rev. Christ., father of bp. D., 713,
1. 32, 35

Dokett, Rob., letter from the townsmen
of Sevenock respecting his scholar-
ships, 481, 1. 34. See Duckett
Dolben, Dav., bp. of Bangor, Baker's
account of, 264; his benefactions to
the library, 339; additional notices
of, 677, 1. 17; his arms in the liber
memorialis, 108, 1. 6

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Doles, the baker to apply to the bursar
respecting, 1073, 1. 19

Dominicans, the, in Cambridge, position

of, 47

Doncaster school, Tho. Cook educated
at, 542, 1. 30
Donington, Salop, abp. Cradock born
at, 708, 1. 18

Donor of books to the library (unknown),

letter of thanks to, 506, 1. 17
Doors, breaking, in coll., order from the
master and seniors respecting, 1086,
1. 35
Dorchester, Dors., said to be the birth-
place of Dr. Gower, 991, 1. 7; Dr.
Gower at school there, ib. 1. 25; 997,
1. 30; doubts as to its being his birth-
place, 992, 1. 3, 5, n. 3; 997, 1. 15;
the point settled, ib. 1. 28; Stanley
Gower minister of, 991, 1. 7; 997, 1. 17
lord, letter of thanks to, respecting
Seaton's case, 497, l. 12
Dorham, Tho., M.A., presented to
Dowlman's chantry in St. Paul's,
407, 1. 14

Dorislaus, Is., lord Brook's first history
lecturer, 623, 1. 5

Dorset, duke of, lord lieut. of Ireland,
bp. Garnett his chaplain, 707, 1. 10;
accompanies Geo. II. to Cambridge,
1019, 1. 13

Dorsett, lord, procures an order from
the king for Jo. Lucas to be elected
fell., 542, 1. 5

Dovel, Tho., B.D., the king's dispensa-
tion to, to retain his fellowship though
married, 578, 1. 9

Dover, Hen., earl of, letter from, for Jo.
Jude to be elected fell., 308, 1. II
Dovie, Jo., M.A., fell., his presentation
to Higham vicarage, 436, 1. 43; his
death, 450, 1. 19
Dowbiggin, Mr., preferred by bp. Green,
711, 113

Dowlman, Dowman, Dr., statutes re-
specting his sizars and scholars, 353,
1. 25, 30; bonds to, for performance of
covenant, 357, 31; presentations to
his chantries in St. Paul's, 362, 1. 37;
467, 1. 6, 14; letter from trustees of
Pocklington respecting his scholars,
428, 1. 9; register of his foundation,
547, 1.45

Dowman, Tho., trustee of Pocklington
school, 428, 1. 22
Downecourt, Downchorte, manor of,
steward appointed to, 355, 1. 23;
leases of, 393, 1. 8; 435, 1. 45; letter
of attorney respecting, 396, 1. 23
Downehale, Downhalt, Downhall, Mr.,
fell., petitions against the master and
seniors, 199, 1. 30; petitions the chan-
cellor about the lease of Northstock,
498, 1. 44; chaplain to abp. Williams,
200, 1. ; leave of absence for, re-
quested and granted, 487, l. 45; his
charge against Lane, 625, 1. 29
Downes, And., fell., noted greek scho-

lar, 157; 171; elected greek profes-
sor, 180; greek letter of thanks to a
lady, 396, 1. 10; various notices of
him, 598, 1. 8; sir S. Dewes' account
of him, 598, 1. 27; his correspondence
with Casaubon, 598, 1. 24; Jo. Taylor's
account of him, ib. 1. 46; dates of his
degrees, etc., 599, 1. 7; his epitaph,
ib. 1. 20
Dowsinge, Tho., publique notarye,'
lease to, of Jakes manor, Cotnam,
460, 1. 32; licence of alienation, ib. 1. 37
Dowsing, Wm., his notes on St. John's
and Peterhouse, 639, l. 10
Drablesse, Jo., lease to, of manor and
lands at Thriplowe, 428, l. 27; 432,
1. 32; licence to alienate it, 435, 1.6;
'forfeyture' of his lease, 438, I.
Drainner, Wm., lease to, of Hedcorne
parsonage and lordship, 396, 1. 32

4

Drake, Fras., Baker's contributions to
his Eboracum, 7, 1. 3; 556, 1. 39

Dr. Jas., memorandum to enquire
after his will and the life of his widow,
1037, l. 1; coll. proceedings respect-
ing his will, ib. 1. 22, 28

- Jo., lease to, of the farm of the great
barn, 452, l. 14; lease to, of lands in
Cambridge and Coton fields for the
'triall of the righte of the sayde
landes,' 458, 1. 8; letter of attorney
for their delivery to him, ib. 1. 23
Nathan, of Halifax, gent., father of
Sam. Drake, 535, 1. 30

Sam., order from the king for him to
be elected fellow, 535, 1. 28; date of
his degrees, ib. 1. 29; death, ib. l. 33;
vicar of Pontefract, ib. 1. 34

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Dr. Sam., candidate for the mas-
tership on the death of Dr. Jenkin,
1015, 1. 8

Draper, de Braintree, pharmac., his de-
gree declared void, 618, 1. 28
Drurie, Jo., lease to, of lands at Tux-
forthe, 438, 1. 39
Drydrayton, Dryedrayton, leases of
lands and 'leies' at, 344, 1. 13; 389,
1. 34; 417, 1. 5; 441, l. 14
Ducarel, Dr., helped by bp. Green, 713,
1. 21

Duckett, Mr., register of his foundation,
547, 1. 12. See Dokett

Mr., to render the bakehouse and
brewhouse accounts monthly, 549, 1.

20

Duckworth, Wm., B.A., elected master
of Rivington school, 505, 1. 20; his
death, 509, 1. 46
Dugard, master of Stamford school, 532,
1. 37

Duigenan, Dr. Pat., his pamphlet on
Trin. coll. Dublin, 708, 1. 46
Duke, Mr., his speech to Chas. II. at
Trin., 998, 1. 5

Du Moulin, a friend of bp. Gunning,
661, 1. 29

Dunbar, visct., letter to, respecting a
coll. farm in Holderness, 491, 1. 46
Dune, Jo., to appoint the Thurlestone
scholar, 398, 1. 24

Dunham, Jo., master of St. John's
hospital, 46; 53


- Jo., jun., master of St. John's hos-
pital, 53

Rob., master of St. John's hospital,
46; 53

Dunkin, Jo., lease to, of closes at Bugh-
ton in Blayne, 375, 1. 27

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Dunmows, manor of, the property of
Alan Percy, 83, 1. 30, n. 3; muni-
ments of, 566, 1. 13
Dunster, master of Bury school, Lane.,
528, 1. 3

Dunthorne, Mr., to direct the erection
of the observatory in the 2nd court,
1071, 1. 8

Duport, Jas., vice-master of Trinity,
230

Durban, bp. Mackenzie at, 979, L. 20
Durham, lady Margaret admitted into
the fraternity of, 62, 1. 6

school, Jo. Frevile educated at, 531,
1. 25

Dutton, sir Ralph, married to Dr. Pet.
Barwick's daughter, 536, 1. 30
Dyer, Dier, sir Jas., serj.-at-law, lease
to him of a farm at Weston Colvyll,
377, 1. 19; letter to, for assistance
against Snagg, 380, 1. 24; 468, 1. 15
Dymoke, Nedham, St. John's, a leader
in the alteration of round caps to
square, 1047, n. I

Earsington, Christ., lease to, of tene-
ment and lands at Little Markham,
etc., 414, 1. 8
Easington, Easinton, Esington, in Hol-
dernes, leases of lands at, 386, 1. 34;
400, 1. 30; 425, 1. 36; 436, L 31;
444, 1. 40

Easthampstead, Berks., birthplace of
bp. Vidal, 975, 1. 47
Easton, Jas., lease of Osprynge to, 349,
1. 34

Eccleshall, bp. Bowstead buried at,
974, L. 5

Edinburgh, bp. Mackenzie educated at,
977, 1. 5

Review on Marsh's S. P. C. K. ser-
mon, 809, 1. 14; Sydney Smith's
review in, of bp. Marsh's questions,
885, I. 40; Blomfield's reviews in, of
Butler's Aeschylus, 909, 1. 14; 918,
1. 40; Elmsley's, of Blomfield's Aesch.
Prom. Vinct., 917, l. 45; Brougham's
of Wood's optics, 1104, 1. 21
Edmunds, Jo., M. A., an original fellow

of St. John's, 70, 76; afterwards of
Jesus, and master of Peterhouse, 77;
his legacy to Dr. Tayler, 574, l. 18
Edmundson, Dr., sen. fell., present at
the elections in the place of the non-
jurors, 1008, 1. 30

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- Mr., fell., coll. tutor to bp. Osbal
diston, 706, 1. 14; to bp. Garnett,
ib. 1. 42; to abp. Cradock, 708, 1.
19; to bp. Green, 710, l. 34; 714, L
II; sends his pupils Brome on fasting,
999, 1. 37

Edward III., foundation of King's hall
by, 33; his grants to St. John's hos-
pital, 36

VI., his letter to the university on
Martin Bucer's appointment, 126;
574, 1. 38; Leaver's sermon before

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him, 132, 1. 7, n. 1, 2; 575, l. 13; his
foundation of Shrewsbury school, 405,
1. 32; his intended benefaction to St.
John's, 577, 125; his charter to
Shrewsbury school, 933, 1. 47
Elward, prince, duke of Kent; bp.
Fisher tutor to, 732, 1. 9
Edwardes, Jo., lease to, of lands in

Romney marsh, 380, 1. 8
- Ri, lease to, of Thorington manor,
458, 1. 1; licence of alienation, ib. 1. 6
Edwards, Ellice, of Llanhaber, Merion.,
gent., father of Rob. Edwards, 541,
I. 38

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- Ri., coll. butcher, agreement to give
him £20 on account of the high price
of meat (1764). 1040, 1. 26

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Egham, Eggam, lease of land at, 363,
1. 13; sale of Kuole grove there, to
Hen. VIII., 363, 1. 27; 364, 1. 7
Eichhorn, his opinion of bp. Marsh's
dissertation on the gospels, 751, 1.48;
sir Win. Hamilton's remarks on, 801,
1. 24; prof. Lloyd's proposals for
translating, ab. 1. 28
Eichstädt, H. C. A., his letter to Por-
son respecting bp. Marsh, 758, 1. 43
Εἰκὼν βασιλική, opinions on the author-
ship of, 678, 1. 12

Ejectments of clergy, etc. at the great
rebellion, notices of, in Baker and
Cole, 633, 1. 39
Elborow,
Wm., coll. butler, leases to,
of More-house or the green dragon,
etc. in Trin. par., 420, 1. 29; 452, 1.
23; licence of alienation, 452, 1. 26;
lease to, of lands and tenements at
Meldrithe and Melbourne, 442, l. 19;
licence to alienate it, ib. 1. 41
Elcocke, Ri., elected master of Pock-
lington, 476, 1. 24; application from
sir Rog. Wilbraham for his fellowship
for sir Pigott, 477, l. 1; reply of coil.
to this, ib. 1. 8

Election of fellows, letter to lord Burgh-
ley respecting, 395, 1. 27

of master, evils attending, 199; dis-
puted election on the death of Dr.
Whitaker, 1595. 190; 606, 1. 2 seq.
on the death of Dr. Gwyn, 1633, 213;
623. 1. 21 seq.; on the death of Dr.
Jenkin, 1727, 1015, 1. 6; on the death
of Dr. Lambert, 1735, 1022, 1.4;
1033. 1. 2; on the death of Dr.
Powell, 1775, 1079, l. 1; 1081, 1. 41

Eliat, Jo., lease to, of water mylnes at
Blonham, 370, 1. 38

Eliot, Lawr., Magd., moderator, 1752;
1089, 1. 32; 1090, l. 12.
Eliott, Eliotte, sir Tho., bond to, 361,

1. 37; lease to, of a farm at Weston
Colvyll, ib. 1. 40

Elizabeth, qu., her injunction against
wives in colleges. 135, 1. 30; 180, 1.
24; various references to this, 577,
1. 29; her remarks to the abp's. wife,
578, 1. 1; her visit to Cambridge
(1564) notified, 155, 1. 6; 157, 1. 3;
her treatment of Dr. Humphreys,
155, 1. 13; 583, 1. 4; her entrance
into Cambridge, 158, 1. 13; the pro-
ceedings there in her honour, ib. 35
seq.; various accounts of these, 583;
proceedings of the university before
her (1578) at Walden, 177, 1. 18;
597, 1. 24; presents to bp. of Ely's
fellowship, sede vacante, 187, 1. 16,
22; her benefactions to Shrewsbury
school, 405, 1. 47; her letter nomi-
nating Humphr. Hammon bp. Ely's
fell., sede vacante, 429, 1. 15; 470,
1. 28; letter to admit W. Crashawe
bp. Ely's fell., sede vacante, 187, 1. 16;
438, 1. 26; 470, 1. 34; her promise
to the university unfulfilled, 586,

1. 18.

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Elman, Hen., of Multon, Linc., yeo-
man, lease of lands to, 547, l. 4t
Elmsett, Suff., revd. W. Talbot incum-
bent of, 1030, n. 6

Elmsley, Pet., his remarks in Edin.
Rev. on the controversy between
Butler and Blomfield, 917, 1. 45; his
letter to Blomfield on the catholic
claims and reconciliation to Butler,
927, 1. 4

Elsley, Elkysley, Notts., letter of at-
torney respecting lands at, 358, l. 7;
leases of messuage, etc. at, 402, 1. 34;
441, l. 11

Elton, Southey's recommendation of,

for translating Lucien Bonaparte's
Charlemagne, 930, 1. 8
Elvas, Mr., his goblet 'potte' not to
be lent, 550, 1. 5
Elverland manor, Ospringe, a steward
appointed to, 355, 1. 23; leases of,
366, 1. 36; 388, 1. 25, 27; 391, 1. 22;

429, 1. 36; 440, 1. 1, 40; 450, 1. 24;
licence to alienate it, 440, 1. 5; terriar
of, 563, 1. 36

Ely, leases of a garden at, 420, 1. 22;
454, 1. 39; bp. Gunning's legacy for
paving the choir of the cathedral,
659, 1. 4; the hospital of St John at,
31; references to in Baker's and
Cole's MSS., 558, 1. 42; Ant. Walker
educated at the school there, 538,
1. 9; tenement belonging to the rec-
tory of, in St. Andrew's parish, 356,
1.30

bp. of, charges of, as visitor of St.
John's, 72, 1. 8; 563, 1. 31; his visi-
tation powers in Fisher's statutes,
99, 1. 32; continued by Hen. VIII.,
121, l. 16; powers as defined by
Elizabethan statutes, 175; abp. of
Canterbury visitor, sede Eliensi va-
cante, 187, 1. 23; 600, 1. 37; letter
to, and to the two abps., from the
coll. on being placed under their
charge, 505, 1. 28; visitatorial powers
of, affirmed by the court of king's
bench, 1090, 1. 29

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the fellowship of the bp. of, origin
of, 65; the crown appoints 10, sede
vacante, 187, 1. 14, 22; 429, 1. 18;
438, 1. 26; 470, 1. 28, 34; 500, 1. 37;
presentation to, by bp. Felton, 481,
1. 25; presentation to, by bp. Fras.
White, 505, 1. 13; the bishop's right
of nomination extinguished, 536, 1. 6
Elyote's dictionary, gift of, to be chained

in the library, 383, 1. 26

Emmanuel coll. admitted to the cycle of
proctors, 540, 1. 24

Empstone (Kingston ?) field, lease of
lands there, 401, l. 42

Eulisting soldiers, agreement to sub-
scribe £200 for, 1036, 1. 30

Erasmus, 4th lady Margaret's reader in
divinity, 56; composes her epitaph, 61
Eresbie, Lawr., gent., lease to him of
tenements, etc. at Holbeche, etc.,
343, 1. 34

Erington, Earington, Christr., lease to,
of lands at Ma cham), 424, 1 42
Eryngton, Clem., an original fell. of St.

John's, 76; chosen a senior, 77
Essex, Rob. Devereux, 2nd earl of,
chancellor, letter from, for Gouldman
to retain his fellowship during ab
sence, 448, 1. 10; 471, 1. 3

Rob. Devereux, 3d earl of, letter
to, on his appointment as lord cham-
berlain, 529, 1. 42; letter from, re-
commending Hen. Tubbe for a fellow-
ship, 533, I. 9; the college answer,
ib. 1. 27; his order for the protection
of the university, 639, 1. 3; his mes-
sage to the assembly, 640, l. 1

Essex, Wm. Capel, 3rd earl of, accom-
panies George I!. to Cambridge, 1019,
1. 14

- Jas. (archt.), his notes on bp. Fisher's
tomb, 568, 1. 21, 31; his plan adopted
for refacing the first court with stone,
1076, 1. 40, 44; the great parlour to
be altered under his direction, 1084,
1. 30; 10gs. given him for directing
repairs, 1085, 1. 22; repairs the house
at Thriplow, 1086, 1. 28, 30: doors in
stain coat passage put up under his
direction, 1087, 1. 11; directs repairs
of library roof, ib. 1. 46

- Jo., leases to, of land at Cottenham,
354, 1. 29; 388, 1. 20

Essix, Ri., lease to, of land at Cotten-
ham, 402, 1. 37

Estates on the north side of the coll.,
agreement (1774) to purchase, 1078,
1. 14

Eton, bp. Percy educated at, 898, 1. 8;
Tho. Jenkin, 1013, 1. 48
Eustachius, bp. of Ely, a benefactor to
St. John's hospital, 17, 19; his deed
of gift of Horningsea rectory, 557,
1. 41
Evangelical party, the, bp. Butler's in-

stallation sermon agaiust, 922, l. 31;
the severity of his censures, 926, 1. 20
Evans, Dav., B. A. Jes., elected 3rd mas-
ter of Shrewsbury sch., 494, 1. 445
bearer of a letter to the coll., 498,
1. 27; the coll. recommend him as
2nd master, ib. 1. 31; the bailiffs
don't think it safe to elect him, 500,
1. 14; becomes 2nd master, ib. 1. 35;
Ezra Price educated under him, 539,
1. I

master of Ruthyn sch., 524, 1. 29
archdn. R. W., his character of bp.
Butler, 902, 1. 3

Tho., tenement of, near the pen-
sionarye, 453, 1. 41
Evelyn, Hon. Augusta, married to revd.
Hen. Jenkin, 1014, l. 25

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- Jo., extracts from his diary respect-
ing Gunning's preaching, 649, 1. 25,
seq.; his examination by Whalley
and Goffe, ib. 1. 36; letters to and
from Bentley about Stillingfleet, 709,
1. 9, seq.; extracts from his diary
about the bp's. library, ib. 44; and of
abp. Sancroft's advice to Beveridge,
703, 1. 39

Ewcley, Jo., his appointment as collec-
tor-general, 369, 1. 34

Ewin, Dr., friend of Dr. Powell, 1044,
1.5; his part in the scheme for new
paving and lighting the town, 1052,
1. 24
Examination, an annual university, Dr.
Jebb's proposals for, 1058, l. 31; Dr.

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