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Faber, Jo., lease to, of a garden in St.
Clement's par., 443, l. 17
Faiercloth, Queens', his degree declared
void, 618, 1. 29

Fairclough, Wm., his engagement on
proceeding from B.D. to LL.D. de-
gree, 1075, l. 14

Fairfax, Tho., lord F., a member of St.
John's, 207; the tankard given by
him to the coll. sent to Chas. I., 633,
1. 9, 30
Falcon inn, Cambridge, Fulke's acade-
my at, 163

Falconer, revd. Thos., on bp. Marsh's
origin of the gospels, 770, l. 27
Falkland, lord, bp. Dawson his chap-
lain, 263; letter to, from the coll. on
his being made counsellor and secre-
tary, 531, 1. 37; his reply, 532, l. 11
viscountess, Dr. Gunuing's residence
with, 235

Fallowfeid, Hen., fell., his election a
charge against Dr. Lane, 624, 1. 37;
reference to, 982, 1. 21

-

Thos., a trustee of Pocklington
school, 428, 1. 23
Fallows, revd. Fearon, fell., ast. roy. at
the Cape, anecdote of bp. Carr's gene-
rosity to, 971, 1. 43: memoir of, by
revd. E Bushby, 972, 1.5; 1094, l. 26
Farish, Elizab., wife of bp. Carr, 972,
1. 6

Farre, Hen., lease to of Hurlston's lan l
at Chesterton, 435, l. 10
Farrer, Nic., bp. Turner designs to
write his life, 988, 1. 28

Farmer, Ri., syndic on, and opposed to,
the proposals for an annual university
- examination, 1067, 1. 5, 4

Father of the act, the, disturbances be-
tween, and the proctors, 478, 1. 38
Faucett, Ri., fell., appellant against
the master, 116, 1. 19; deprived and
restored, 117, 1. 4; preferred by Nic.
Shepherd, against the consent of six
seniors, 590, 1. 32

Fauden, Jo., sen., lease to, of Ridge-
well manor, 366, l. 44
Faudinge, see Fauden
Faulkener, Maurice, his puritan sermon
in St. John's chapel, 591, 1. 6; sum-
moned for it by the master and se-
niors, 592, 1. 15; imprisoned for a
sermon at St. Mary's, ib. 1. 25
Faversham, bp. Marsh, born at, 735,
1. ; educated at the school there,
ib. 1. 15
Fawcett, Edw., M.A., his presentation
to Higham vicarage, 414, 1. 19; his
death, 435, 1. 24, 31

Jas. B.D., Tho. S. Hughes's edition
of his discourses, 1053, 1. 33
-Jo., M.A., fell., appointed to re-
enter lands, and recover rents, etc.,
413, 1. 42

Rob., master of Pocklington school,
428, 1. 22

Fawden, Thos., fell, 120, alias Rd.
Faudinge, 981, 1. 3; reference to,
981, 1. 3

Fawn, Jo., lady Margaret's 1st preach-

er at Cambridge, 56; president of
Queens', ib.; notes upon, 562, 1. 6
Feathers tavern, the London society
instituted at, to abolish subscription,
1044, 1. 22

Fecknam, Dr., committed to Wisbech
castle, 140

Feldyng, Tho., his presentation to Os-
pringe vicarage, 381, l. 24
Felkirke, preference to be given to a
native of, or Thurlestone scholar-
ships, 398 26

Fell, Wm., D.D., archdn. Notts, in-
denture respecting his benefactions,
351, 1. 16; the coil. covenant for his
dirge and requiem, 358, 1. 26
Fellow commoners, admissions of, 548,

1. 4, 16; decree for presentation of
plate on their admission, ib. 1. 30;
co lege order for, respecting payments
and plate, 1036, 1. 40; their beha-
viour in hall, (1826), 1100, l. 18
Fellows, original allowance to, 81, 1.

34; 89, 1 26; twenty-nine deprived
in the great reb llion, 219; lord
Burghley's letter on the election of,
395, 1. 27; catalogue of admission of,

from the foundation, to 1866, 281;
for 1867 and 1868, 984, 1. 20; note
respecting their dividends, 437, 1.
15; decree respecting the payment
of their bills for commons, 548, 1.
35; decree respecting their sub-si-
zars, 551, 1. 20; decree as to the
pricing of their chambers, ib. 1. 25;
Ascham's remarks on thosejected
under qu. Mary, 576, 1. 10; Foxe on
the same, ib. 1. 42; notes on the regis
ter of fellows, 981; a year of grace
allowed them on proceeding to B. D.
degree, 1035, 1. 12; the four seniors
on lady Margaret's foundation, a-
greement respecting their stipends,
1036, 1. 46; allowed a penny a day
for greens, 1038, 1. 24; petition to
Geo. III. to alter the election of only
two from each county, 1072, 1. 15;
the insanity of, a reason against elect-
ing them into the seniority, 1073, 1.
29; decree respecting their dividends,
1765-85, 1071, 1. 15; 1075, 1. 29;
1076, 1. 37; 1084, 1. 1; 1086, 1. 24;
see dividends

Fellowships, alterations in the form of
admission to, 198, n. 1; 984, l. 16;
to be resigned by a coll. preacher on
the acceptance of a living, 1039, 1.

43

Felton, Hen., Gower's letter respecting
a fellowship for, 1001, 1. 34

Nic., bp. Ely, nominates to bp.
Ely's fellowship, 481, 1. 25; letter
from, on being requested to interpret
certain statutes, 489, 1. 45; the coll.
reply to, 491, 1. 6

Fen Ditton, Dr. Gower rector of, 991,
1.4; 992, 1. 12; Dr. Lambert curate
of, 1020, 1. 13
Fen-drayton, Fennedration, Fendrai-

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ton, leases of lands there, 347, 1. 7,
32; 366, 1. 6; 371, 1. 7; 417, 1. 24;
439, 1. 41; 442, l. 30; 448, 1. 15
Fenny Stanton church, Rog. Gran-
tofte's benefaction to, 349, l. 6
Fenweeke, Fenwicke, Geo., gent., leases
to of tenements and lands at Atwicke,
436, 1. 10; 444, 1. 20
Fenwick, Agnes, lease transferred to,
404, 1. 25
Ferrari, Antonio, the transcriber of
Baker's MSS. from which this is
printed, advert. vi. ; his benefactions
to St. John's lib., ib.

Ferris, Mr., coll. tutor to abp. Stuart,
731, 1. 10; to bp. Marsh, 735, l. 12;
his election as fell., 1040, 1. 38;
allowance to, in lieu of perquisites
as steward, 1077, 1. 3, 6; nominates
Dr. Wood Hare exhibitioner, 1095,
1. 4

Fetherstonhaugh, Hen., elected fell., in
place of a nonjuror, 1008, 1. 24
Fetyplace, Edw., his appointment to
the coll. auditorship, 404, 1. 42
Feversham, Kent, birth-place of bp.
Coldwell, 252, 1. 12

Feversam, Fevershall, leases of a
watermill, etc., at, 388, l. 17; 404, 1. ·
28; 442, 1. 37; leases of tenement
and lands at, 396, 1. 35; 397, 1. 5;
446, 1. 29; 455, 1. I

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Field, Mr., candidate for the master-
ship on the death of Dr. Jenkin,
1015, 1. 9

Fielden, Rob., B. A., one of the nomi-
nees for the mastership of Rivington,
505, 1. 20

Fields beyond the coll., steps towards
the inclosure of, (1769), 1074, 1. 12 ;
the tenant's lease to be renewed on
consenting to this, 1077, 1. 34; Mr.
Lombe paid five guineas for his
trouble about this, 1083, 1. 20
Fienes, Fines, Nat., his zealous speech
against Dr. Beale in the house of
commons, 217, 1. 20; 630, 1. 3
Finch, serjeant, his book on the calling
of the Jews, 669, 1. 41

Finch, sir Jo., letter of congratulation
to, on his being made lord keeper,
524, 1. 40

Fines, dividend of, amongst the fellows,
201, 1. 6; order for this, 616, 1. 13;
coll. agreements respecting, on the
renewal of leases, 1037, 1. 41; 1038,
1. 44; 1039, 1.28; 1040, l. 41 ; money
from, to be invested for Brackenbury's
and Robins' benefactions, 1073, l. 24
Fires in coll. hall, bond to lady Mildred

Burghley, to keep them up from All
Saints to Lady day, 404, I. 16
Fire in coll., half a guinea given to
those who first entered the room,
1087, 1. 22

- engine, agreement to purchase one,
1036, 1. 35

Fish, the book found inside one, omens
and warnings deduced from, 218;
jests upon this, 631, 1. 31
Fisher, Caroline, married to rev. Tho.
Stanley Bowstead, 972, 1. 39

- Jo., bp. Exeter and Sarum, account
of, 731, 1. 29; tutor to the duke of
Kent, 732, 1. 9; to princess Charlotte,
ib. 1. 27; supports Dr. Chevallier for
the mastership of St John's, 729, 1.
15; 1082, 1. 4; his disinterestedness,
732, 1. 36; death, ib. 1. 42; prefer-
ments, 733, 1.5; literary publications,
ib. 1. 15;

- Jo., father of bp. Fisher, notice of,
731, 1. 30; his friendship with Dr.
Powell, 1081, 1. 44; applications

made to him in favour of Beadon
for the mastership of St John's, 1082,
1. 6

35; notes on his chapel, 567, 1. 29,
seq.; Cole, Ashby and Essex on his
monument, 567, 1. 41 ; additional notes
on him, 571, 1. 1-30; lord Wey-
mouth sends an original portrait of
him to Tho. Baker, 1006, 1. 25;
1012, l. I

Fisher, Jo., bp. Rochester, 1st lady Mar-
garet's reader in divinity, 55; chosen
chancellor of Cambridge, 57; advises
the foundation of Christ's coll., 57;
58; of St. John's, 60; his funeral
sermon for lady Margaret, 61; his
activity in the foundation of St.
John's, 66; authorised by lady Mar-
garet's executors, to give the coll.
statutes, 75; where these are printed,
etc., 564, l. 12; ordered to repair to
the council at Rome, 75; 564, l. 17;
formally opens the coll., 76; 564, 1.
21; his proceedings in dissolving
Higham, 88; his private chapel, 91;
annual exequies decreed him by the
university, 96: 570, 1. 8; his com-
plete body of statutes, 97; 570, 1. 21,
seq.; benefactions to St. John's, 100;
his character, 102; benefactions to
other societies, 103; death, 104; his
statutes altered by Henry VIII, 119;
revised under qu. Mary, 138; 578, 1.
40; his chapel desecrated under the
Pilkingtons, 153; adorned and beau-
tified by Dr. Beale, 218; desecrated
by the puritans. 226; the plate given
by him to the coll., 342, 1. 34; letter
from coll. to, thanking him for his
private chapel, 343, l. 18; 463, 1.
20; account of his difficulties in
founding the coll., 344, 1. 26; vest-
ments, etc., assigned by him to Chr.
coll., ib, 1. 34; letter from, to Ri.
Croke, 345, 1. 14; 463, l. 25; bond of
£500 to, from the coll., 345, l. 17;
indenture respecting money given by
him to Chr. coll, etc., 346, 1. 7; his
gifts to St. John's, ib. 1. 20; his in-
denture with St. John's respecting
his foundations, ib. 1. 29; latin letter
to, from the university, 346, 1. 44;
463, 1. 33; his reply, 347, 1. 3; 463,
1. 35; letter of coll. to, to excuse pay-
ment, 349, 1. 28; 464, L. 3; letter
praying for access to him in the
tower, 349, 1. 43; 464, l. 5; letter to,
to secure his library, 349, 1. 46; 464,
1. 9; letter to, from Hen. VIII. to re-
move the nuns from Higham, 355, 1.
38; grant from, of leave of absence
to Master Wakfeld, 358, 1. 17; 466,
1. 27; letter to, to explain some
passages in his statutes, 464, 1. 30;
letter to, condoling with his suffer-
ings, 465, 1. 21; register of his foun-
dation, 546, 1. 46; various editions
of his funeral sermon, 562, 1. 20;
MS. copy of it, ib. 1. 35; reserved
rooms for himself in coll., 564, 1.

Fitz Eustace, Hervey, grant to, from
St. John's hospital, 561, 1. 23
Fitz Henry, Eustace, Pythagoras's school
devised to him, 561, l. 14
Fitzherbert, Fytzherbert, Fytzharbert,
sir Ant., chief justice, arbitrator in
the dispute with lord Cobham, 348,
1. 16; 351, l. 11; 359, l. 41; 360, l. 18
Hugh, M.A., his presentation to
Ospryng vicarage, 359, 1. 18; his
death, ib. 1. 32
Fitz Hervey, Eustace, his benefaction
to St. John's hospital, 561, 1. 26
Fitzjames,-jamys, sir Jo., chief justice,
arbitrator in the dispate with lord
Cobham, 348, 1. 16; 351, l. 11; 357,
1. 40; 359, 1. 41; 360, l. 11, 18, 29
Fitzwilliams, sir W., lord deputy of
Ireland, 429, 1. 21
Fleming, Caleb, Blackburne's reply to,
718, 1. 35

Mr., King's coll., disputes before qu.
Eliz. at Walden, 177

- Mr., patron of Stetchworth, Cambs.,
556, 1. 3

Fletcher, Phin., his Sicelides written
for Jas. Ist's visit to Camb. 617,
1. 14

-

- Ri, objects to the new statutes of
1570, 165

Flint, Flinte, Flynte, Oliuer, Olyuer,
and Joan, leases to, of pondyards in
St. Clement's, 385, l. 22, 31; 427, 1.
10; of a tenement in St. Giles's par.,
403, 1.6; 416, l. 44
Flood, Edwd., Gwynne scholar, 982,
1. 6

Fludd, at the puritan synod in St.
John's, 601, 1. 24

Fludde, Wm., lease at Hornsey alien-
ated to, 438, 1. 8

Fogg, Mr., supports Dr. Newcome for
the mastership, 1033, 1. 22; agree-
ment for him to purchase the duchess
of Somerset's prints, 1035, 1. 44
Fogge, sir, tutor to Rob. Edwards, 541,
1. 39

Folehede, Jo., B.D., master of Michael
house, 65, 66

Fordham, Jo., bp. Ely, 37; his bene-
faction to Peterhouse, 39; excuses
the chancellor of the university from
his oath of obedience, 40
Fordham, Foordham, Fourdham, Bas-
singburne manor at, leased to R.
Leaver, 153, 1. 13; 582, l. 1; various

leases of, 363, 1. 10; 383, 1. 7; 387,
1. 20; 389, 1. 22; 397, l. 23; 427, l. 1;
456, 1. 41

Ford's Articuli, Dr. Newcome a sub-
scriber to, 1034, l. 22

Forster, Ra., censure upon him by the
master and seniors in the conclusion
book blotted out, 1074. l. 16; he,
having blotted it out enters it again
in his own hand, ib. 1. 23

Dr. Sam., Opie's portrait of him
in the coll. hall, its resemblance to
Dr. Tatham, 1105, l. 9
Forthe, Jo., parson of Gooddenston, his
annuity to be paid by the vicar of
Ospring, 433, l. 42
Fortune, an haberdasher of hatts,'
chairman of the committee for tender-
ing the oath of discovery, 638, l. 43
Foster, Christr., signs letters to lord
Burghley on the choice of a master,
606, 1. 32; 607, l. 18

6

- Jo., bis edition of Musurus, 904,
1. 17; 905, 1. 41

-

- Lanc., lease to, of lands at Molton
and Whaploade, 457, 1. 39; licence
of alienation, 458, l. 6

Mr., schoolmaster to Ro. Jenkin,
1013, 1. 41

Fothergill, Mr., coll. tutor to Jo. Bar-
wick, Jos. Bousfield, and Hugh
Cheesbrough, 515, l. 19, 22, 39
Foulkes, Mr., sen. fell., present at the
election in place of the nonjurors,
roo8, 1. 29

Foundations, various, list of, 546, 1. 41
Founders, relatives of, begging of the
coll., 1035, l. 14
Fovargue, Ste., his dividend to be
stopped till his case be more known,
1075, 1. 31; tried for manslaughter,
ib. 1. 33; final agreement respecting
his dividends, 1077, 1. 28
Fowill, Christr., B.A., fell., testimonial
to, 390, 1. 38

Fowke, Edw., fell. of God's house and
Chr. coll., 58

Fowle, Foule, Rob., appointed coll.
bailiff for Kent, 373, 1. 5; coll. re-
ceiver for Kent, 387, 1. 33; lease to,
of Ospringe parsonage, 386, 1. 39;
alienation of the lease, 391, l. 43
Fowne, Sam., Stillingfleet's respect for,
699, 1. 9

Fox, Edw., D.D., prov. of King's, bp.
Hereford and Winton; decline of his
interest at court, 66, 1. 32; lady Mar-
garet's exor., 68; appealed to by St.
John's, 111; latin letters to, from
the coll., 345, 1. 23; 354, l. 5; 463,
1. 27; 466, 1. 30; bond from the coll.
to, 352, 1. 42

Foxcroft, Foxecrofte, Ri., leases to, of

the graunge or St. John's barnes,
420, L. 23; 434, L. 4; 445, l. 39; 457,
1. 25; lease to, of tenements and
lands in St. Giles's and St. Peter's par.,
Coton, etc., 445, 1. 35; 457, 1. 29;
lands in his occupation, 458, l. 14
Foxe, Jo., his remarks on the ejection
of fells. under qu. Mary, 596, 1. 40 ;
his argument against square caps,
580, 1. 44; his books and papers treat-
ed for, for Mr. Harley, 701, l. 9
Foxton, Wm., draper, his tenement in
Cambridge, 417, l. 12
Framfield, Suss., Hen. Hoare vicar of,
976, 1. II
Frampton, Mr., appointed to catechize
in chapel, 1041, 4; a candidate for
the headship on the death of Dr.
Newcome, 1042, 1. 7;. (Dr.) named
as a candidate to succeed Dr. Powell,
1049, l. 11

Franciscans, the, their position in Cam-
bridge, 47; the old synagogue assigned
to them, 558, 1. 27
Francke, see Frankland
Franke, Christr., sale of ground to him
in the market place. Cambridge, 354,
1. 16; deed of feoffment, ib 1. 19
Frankland, Joyce, widow, (Mrs. Francke),
her intended gift to some coil., 426, 1.
28; her benefaction to Caius, ib. 1. 33
Fraser, Col., father-in-law of bp. Tom-
linson, 975, l. 26

Fraser, Elean. Jane, 2nd wife of bp.
Tomlinson, 975, 1. 26

Frating and Thorrington rectories, coll.
orders respecting, 1035, 1. 37; 1040,
1. 17

Frauncis, Aimye and Rob., lease to, of
two houses in Harlestone lane, 424,
1. 6

– Jo., 'skeppemaker', lease to, of St.
John's mayse, Waterbeach, etc., 445,
1. 16

Rob., lease to, of two tenements in
Harlestone lane, 437, 1. 34
Freake, Dr., bp. of Rochester, 163
Frenche, Tho., lease to, of pondeyard
with 13 ponds in St. Peter's parish,
437, l. 31; 442, l. 4
Frend, Wm., the proceedings against,
736, 1. 12; bp. Ma sh's sympathy for,
ib. 1. 13; bp. Otter's opinion of the
proceedings against, ib. 33; Coleridge's
zeal for, ib. 42; Dr. Craven signs the
decree for his expulsion, 1090, 1. 37
Fresel, Wm., prior of Rochester, 75
Freshwater, rectory of, given by abp.
Wiliams to St. John's, 619, 1. 11;
death of Mr. Culme, rector of, 1043,
1. 41; disappointment of the fellows
at Dr. Powell taking it, 1044, l. 1;
1056, 1. 8; its value, 1014, 1. 8;

grant of, to Mr. Bootle, for the use of
Dr. Powell, 1071, L. 11; Dr. Wood
appointed rector of, 1095, 1. 23
Fretchwell, Pet., esq, bond to, to stand
by an award, 357, 1. 45; lease to, of
tenements and lands at Staley, 390,
1. 19; 438, 1. 18

Frevile, Gilb., of Durham, gent., fa. of
Jo. Frevile, 531, I. 24

Jo., admission as scholar, 531,
1. 24; pensioner, ib. 1. 25
Frevyle, Geo., appointment of, as stew-
ard of manors in Essex, 369, 1. 39
Friars de pœnitentia Jesu' in Cam-
bridge, 23

Frost, Hen., chief founder of St. John's
hospital, 15, 19; his family ancient
and charitable, 15; the occupier of
Pythagoras's school, 561, l. 15

Mr., college tutor to Tho. Brough-
ton, 541, 1. 43

Frumant, Frummante, Hen., lease to,
of land, stable, etc. at Willingham,
402, 1. 6; 440, 1. 42

Fuhrmann, W. D., his opinion of Marsh's
Michaelis, 755, l. 8

Fulbourn, 10gs. given towards a new
set of bells at, 1084, l. 3
Fulke, Dr. Wm., deputed to confer with
Watson and others in Wisbech castle,
140, 1. 19; a fellow under James
Pilkington, 148, 1. 12; expelled from
his fellowship for disaffection, 162;
opens an academy at the Falcon, 163;
afterwards master of Pembroke, 164;
his acquaintance with Dr. Whitaker,
181; 599, l. 33; his signature as pre-
sident, 548, 1. 24; sermon at St.
Mary's, 583, 1. 29; resignation, 586,
1. 45

Fuller, Mr., rector of Stetchworth,
Cambs., 556, 1. 2

Dr., dean of Ely and Durham, 221,
1. 20

Dr. Tho., his mistake of Gonville
hall for Benet coll., 42, l. 1; on Dr.
Whitaker's neglect of men of learn-
ing, 184; on sir Tho. Smith's rent
corn act, 592, 1. 45; Cole's defence
of, against Baker, 603, 1. 9; his ac-
count of bp. Jegon, 666, 1. 13
Funerals of masters of colleges, custom
observed at, 1082, l. 40, 44

Fynche, Hen., lease of Kirkbies manor,
Ashwell, 442, Il. 26
Fyrthe, Reynould, lease of close, etc. to,
at Great Bradley, 347, 1. 36

Gabell, Dr., Parr's letter to, on Dr.
Butler, 943, 1. 46; his approbation of
Mr. Carson's book, 944. l. 3
Gadston, Gt., Beds., Fras. Crawley born
at, 517, 1. 16

Gaites, Jo., deprived of Sonnyngehill
vicarage, 381, 1. 27

Gale, Dr., master of St. Paul's school,
702, 1. 39
Gandolphy, Pet., his letter to bp. Marsh
on his Inquiry,' 834, l. 30; Is. Mil-
ner's remarks on this, 836, 1. 42;
Marsh's reply to, 837, 1. 2; his 2nd
letter to Marsh, 838, 1. 29; Lefroy's
review of, 841, 1. 22

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Garbett, Jo., bearer of a letter from the

bailiffs of Shrewsbury, 375, 1. 42
Gardener, Tho., lease to, of land and
tenements at Steeple Morden and
Tadlow, 377, 1. 35

Gardiner, bp., chancellor of the univer-
sity, 142; letter to, from the coll.,
altered to abp. Heath, 379, 1. 34;
Cole's note on his arms, 664, l. 13
Garnett, Barnard, D. D., Sid., notices of,
707, 1. 4, 15

- Hen., notices of, 706, 1. 43

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- Jo., bp. Ferus, etc., notices of, 706,
1. 39; 708, 1. 15; admitted at St.
John's coll., 706, 1. 42; migrated to
Sidney, 707, 1. 6; his patronage of
Phil. Skelton, ib. 1. 31
Garrard, G., his letter to the lord keeper
on the election of Dr. Beale, 626, 1..
Garthtwaite, Ri., commended for master
of Sedbergh, 526, 1. 27
Gataker, his life of Dr. Whitaker, 604,
1. 34
Gatewarde, Oliver, lease to, of Malverns
at Steple Morden, 420, l. 17; lease
alienated to, 442, l. 12; lease to, of
tenement and land at Steple Mor-
den, 449, l. 33

Gauden, Jo., bp. of Exeter and Worc.,
Baker's account of, 266; additional
references to, 678, 1. 1; Cole's note
on his arms, ib. 1. 7; various opinions
on Εἰκὼν Βασιλική, ib. 12

Gauden, Leuknor, M.A., son of bp. G.,
267

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