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of, 268; additional references to, 679,
1.21

Morgan, Tho., bp. Squire's reply to, 710,
1. 3; Warburton's remark upon him,
ib. l. 11

Morgayne, Wm., bp. Llandaff and
St. Asaph, Baker's account of, 253;
additional references to, 665, 1. 43
Wm., vacates his scholarship, 533, 1.
34; tutor to Rob. Jesup, ib. 1. 37;
dates of admission and degrees, ib. 1.
40 seq.; dispensation from the king
for him to retain his fellowship hav-
ing entered lord Capell's regiment,
534, 1. 20

Morice, Jo., his chantry at St. Botolph's
church, 38; references in the statutes
to, 559, l. 19

Morleye, Tho., letter of attorney to, 455,

1. 21

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Morrell, Rog., B.D., fell., letter of at-
torney to, 432, 1. 24; appointed syn-
dic for the coll. in the v.-c.'s court,
445, L 3; signs letter to lord Burghley
on the choice of a master, 606, 1. 30;
named for the mastership, 607, 1. 13
Morris, Moris, lands bought of Dr.
Thomson, 381, 1. 38; lease of, renew-
ed to the tenant on consenting to
their enclosure, 1077, 1.
34
Mortimer family, the, benefactors to St.
John's hospital, 17

Mortmain, the licence of, restricted to
soccage tenure, 486, 1. 22
Morton, Murton, cardinal, register of
his foundation, 547, l. 9

Dr. Dav., author of a MS. history
of St. John's, 9, 1. 3; references to
this, 42; 121, n. 2; 155, l. 30; 166,
n. 3; 167, l. 14; 187, n. 5; 193, n. 1;
195, n. 5; 227, n. 1; 230; 231; date
of his degrees, admission, etc., 557,
1.13

- bp. Thos., chosen fell. under Dr.
Whitaker, 184; dean of Winchester,
198; Baker's account of him, 260;
his life by Barwick, 261; his benefac-
tion to the library, 339; letter from,
to the coll. with books for the library,
495, 1. 21; letters of thanks to, from
the coll., 495, 1. 6, 27; the same, for
his second gift of £100 for books,
506, 1. 7; 508, 1. 44; letter from, to
the coll. in reply to thanks, 507, 1. 26;
letter from, respecting Loe and his
objection to bowing to the altar, 511,
1. 19; letters of thanks to, for gifts
to the library, 518, l. 7, 44; letter
from, recommending Rob. Waydson
for a fellowship, 522, 1. 17; letter of
thanks from, for Waydson's election,
523, 1. 32; letter from, acknowledg
ing the coll. kindness to young Fre-

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Tho., elected fellow, 984, 1. 30
Moston, Mr., renunciation of his claim
to the 2nd mastership of Shrewsbury,
483, 1. 9

Mostyn, Wm., fell., bound to appear
before the council, 623, 1. 43; reference
to, 982, 1. 15

Motte, Ri., B.D., fell., his presentation
to Higham vicarage, 435, l. 23
Mottershedd, Wm., signs letter to lord
Burghley on the choice of a master,
606, 1. 22
Mountigue, Edm., serjeant-at-law, 358,
1. I

Mountstephen, Edm., esq., his benefar-
tion procured by bp. Dee, 514, 1. 20;
letter of thanks to, ib. 1. 24; his ex-
ecutors nominate Jo. Hardware to a
fellowship, 534, 1. 14; his exhibitions
raised from £6 to £8 per ann., 1085,
L 25

Moydye or Modye, lease to, of a tene-
ment in St. Michael's par., 388, l. 10
Mulcaster, Marm., licence to, to alie-
nate a lease bequeathed to him, 440,
1. 36
Müller, Johann, Butler's opinion of,
909, 1. 9; Blomfield's comments on
this, 909, 1. 31; 910, l. 11; 911, l. 6
Mullineux, Rutland, his letter to the
coll. as tenant of Tuxford, 482, l. 1
Mullins, dispute about the lease of
Northstoke rectory granted to him,
498, 1. 44-499, L. 3+; the visitor's
decision, 499, 1. 33

Multon, Rob., lease to, of lands at
Much Paxton, 368, 1. 1

Munnes, Wm., lease to, of the Burbolte
in St. Andrew's parish, 441, 1. 38
Munsey, Jo., lease to, of the farm of
the great barn, 367, 1. 7
Murgatrod, Mich., lease to, of a mes-
suage in St. Benet's, besides Paul's
wharf, 452, L 37; licence to alienate
it, 453, l. 5

Murray, bp., held his living with the
bishopric of Sodor and Man, 974, l. 31
Musae Cantabrigienses, review of bp.

Butler's contributions to, 907, 1. 6
Museum criticum, notice in, of bp.
Marsh's Horae Pelasgicae, 867, 1. 19

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Musgrave, Mr., fell. of Peterhouse, rec-
tor of Knapwell and vicar of Thrip-
lowe, 1023, 1. 13
Musgrave, Westm., Jo. Bowstead rector
of, 972, 1. 32

Musurus, bp. Butler's edition of, 903,
1. 23; Burney's review of this, 905,
1. 39; Jo. Foster's edit. of, 904, l. 17;
905, 1. 41

Myllane, Chr. coll., Howland's reply to
his sermon at St. Mary's, 665, 1. 7
Mynors, Tho., receipt to, 377, 1. 9

Nackworth, H., trustee of Shrewsbury
school, 510, 1. 45

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Naden exhibition, the, agreement re-
specting the election to, 1038, 1. 41
Geo., 10 guineas twice given to him
by the coll., 1037, l. 26; 1071, 1. 41
Harriett, 5 guineas given to, by
coll., 1086, 1. 31

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- Tho., his will in the Baker MSS.,
1037, 1. 27

Nalson, Dr., appointed by Gunning
overseer of his papers, 660, 1. 32
Nasinge, Edwd. Jude vicar of, 507, 1.

21

National league and covenant, orders
to admit no one to office who had not
taken it, 538, 1. 29

- society, the, foundation of through
bp. Marsh, 741, l. 27; 807, 1. 7; bp.
Marsh on its fundamental principle,
817, l. 16

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Nawton, Wm., letter of attorney to,
352, L. 15
Naylor, Jo., fell., bis will in the Baker
MSS., 983, 1. 33; register of his burial,
ib. 1. 34
Neale, Humphr., M.A., Trin., order
and dispensation from the king for
him to be elected fell., 535, 1. 12;
dates of degrees, etc., ib. 1. 14; recom-
mendation of, from the earl of South-
ampton, ib. 1. 16

- Tho., dismissed from the mastership
of Oldham, 490, l. 5

Neede, Tho., lease to, of a tenement
and garden, Harlestone's lane, St.
Clement's, 427, 1. 36

Needham, Pet., Blomfield on Askew's
plagiarisms from, 916, 1. 38; 918, 1.
12; 48; 919, 1. 1; Butler's remarks
on, 921, 1. 8; admitted scholar with
Dr. Lambert, 1019, 1. 39
Neile, Neale, abp. Rd., his friendship
with Dr.Clayton, 195, n. 5; gives direc-
tions for his funeral, 197, 1. 10; writes
to Gwyn in favour of Buckingham as
chancellor, 203, 1. 26 and n. 3; offers
Gwyn the archdeaconry of Shrews-
bury, 204, 1. 23 and n. 5; his advice

about Williams's benefactions, 209,
1. 14; Baker's account of him, 257;
admission as Goodman's scholar, 424,
1. 33, 36; letter to, respecting the
application of the bailiffs of Shrews-
bury, 473, 1. 11; letter from, to the
coll, respecting several matters con-
nected with the school, 482, 1. 30;
letters to, from the coll. respecting
Seaton's case, etc. 484, 1. 41; 496, I.
21; 497, l. 17; 502, 1. 27; letter to,
on the liability of the coll. tenants at
Marfleet to contribute to the repair
of the chancel of Paul church, 517, 1.
19; letter to, on the state of the coll.
chapel, ib. 1. 26; his remarks on
Whitaker's puritanism, 602, 1. 17;
recommended for the mastership of
Magd. coll., 609, 1. 25; additional
notes upon him, 667, 1. 20 seq.; Hey-
lin's character of him, ib. 1. 39; his
dealings with the puritans, 668, 1. 19
seq.; his liberality, 670, 1. 7, 13; Cole's
note on his arms, ib. 1. 24
Nelson, Gilb., M.A., elected master of
Sedbergh, 488, 1. 25; references to,
as master, 475, l. 18, 21; 526, 1. 34;
536, 1. 15; letter from, recommend-
ing certain scholars, 526, 1. 17
- Hen., witness to a lease, 422, 1. 23;
signs lease to the vicar of Ospringe,
433, 1. 45; his name as registrar in
the white vellum book, 437, 1. 22
-Jas., M.A., presentation of, to the
mastership of Pocklington, 447, 1. 5;
his resignation, 449, 1. 28

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- Wm., fell., signs the articles against
Baro, 605, 1.9; his election one of
the charges against Dr. Lane, 624, 1.
36
Nesfeild, Wm., M.A., recommended by
the king to be master of Pocklington,
475, 1. 14

Nethersole, Mr., public orator, 197
Nevanson, Christ., clerk, lease to, of
Hedcorne parsonage and lordship,
364, 1. 3

Neve, Trin., presented to a living by
bp. Green, 712, l. 35

Nevell, Mr., fell., bearer of letters to
Tho. Cromwell in favour of Dr. Day's
election, 572, 1. 20

Nevile, rev. Hen. Wm., his correspond-
ence with abp. Sutton respecting bp.
Marsh, 874, 1. 31; case of his peti-
tion to the house of lords on the same
subject, 874, 1. 41; 876, l. 5

Tho., letter from, to Rog. Maners in
favour of Laur. Stanton as master of
St. John's, 606, 1. 37

Nevill, sir Edw., his assurance to the

coll. about Higham lease, 466, 1. 24
Nevill's court, Trin., cost of, 208, l. 19

Newcastle, duke of, donor of lady
Shrewsbury's statue, 192

-

- Tho. Holles, duke of, high steward,
procures a stall at Durham for bp.
Law, 715, 1. 5; accompanies Geo. II.
to Cambridge, 1019, 1. 14; Dr. New-
come's joy at his election as chancel-
lor, 1024, 1. 25; 1032, 1. 1; a great
patron of Newcome's, 1025, l. 5; tries
to get him the deanery of Peterborough,
1032, 1. 8; the founder (1751) of the
chancellor's medals, 1089, l. 7

earl of, letter from, recommend-
ing Rd. Pye, B.A., Trin., for a fel-
lowship, 528, 1. 15; the coll. reply,
529, 1. 16

Newcastle on Tyne, the birthplace of
bp. Howland, 266, 1. 3; and of Ra.
Wetherly, 541, l. 11
Newcome, Hen., account in his auto-
biography of the coll. in Arrowsmith's
time, 639, 1. 25; his sorrow at Arrow-
smith's death, 641, 1. 21; his notice
of Dr. Tuckney's wife, 642, 1. 10
- Dr. John, master, his subscription
to the oath of qualification, 552, 1. 13;
presents a copy of Baker's MS. history
of St. John's to the coll., 555, l. 24;
account of the transcriber of this, 556,
1. 29; Advert. vi; his anecdote to
Cole about Tuckney, 603, 1. 30; bp.
Beadon's relation to, 730, 1. 1; his
residence at Thriplow, 995, l. 1; 1025,
1. 15; a candidate for the mastership
on the death of Dr. Jenkin, 1015, 1.
9; 1022, 1. 1; his conference with
Dr. Baker and Mr. Williams about
the mastership, 1016, 1. 7; Cole's life
of him as 27th master, 1022; accounts
of his rival candidates, ib. 1. 8, 25;
1023, 1.5; his arms, 1022, n. 1; birth
and education, 1023, 1. 21; 1032, 1.
19; elected lady Margaret professor,
1023, 1. 24; 27th master of St. John's,
ib. 1. 26; Cole's unfavorable charac-
ter of him, ib. 1. 30; Dr. Wm. King's
'severe handling' of him, ib. 1. 41;
likenesses of him, 1024, 1. 42; made
dean of Rochester, 1025, 1. 6; poli-
tical differences with members of
his coll., ib. 1. 21; preaches before
the house of commons, ib. 1. 44;
death of his wife, 1026, 1. 3; his hap-
piness with her, ib. 1. 6; his proposed
contribution to Dr. Grey's Hudibras,
ib. 1. 14; letter to Grey on withdraw-
ing from this, 1027, l. 10; Cole's com-
ment upon his doing so, ib. 1. 26; his
high opinion of Burnet's Own time,
1028, 1. 19; his death, ib. 1. 26;
burial, ib. 1. 32; epitaph, 1029, n. 2;
his death impatiently waited for, ib.
L. 20; 1034, 1. 24, 28, 42; his various

bequests, 1030, 1. 14; publications,
1031, 1.5; notes on Cole's life, 1032,
1. 17; scholarships, coll. offices, etc.,
ib. 1. 20; Jo. Jones on his election as
master, 1033, 1. 4; extracts, etc. from
letters respecting him, 1033, l. 29 seq.;
Mat. Prior's verses to, 1034, 1. 1; Ba-
ker's mention of him in his will, ib. 1.
15; books subscribed to, bequeathed
to coll. lib., etc., ib. 1. 22; W. Clarke's
letter to Bowyer on his election as
master, 1033, Ï. 11; anecdote, etc. of,
from Nichols, ib. 1. 23; extracts from
the conclusion book during his head-
ship, 1035, 1. 9; his moral prize
awarded to sir Carr, 1073, 1. 22
Newcome, Mrs., wife of Dr. N., death of,
1026, 1. 3; her high character, ib. 1.8;
contributes to Grey's Hudibras, etc.,
ib. 1. 23; her appearance, ib. 1. 27; her
engraved picture, ib. 1. 35; 1028, n.
2; buried in St. Benedict's, Camb.,
1027, l. 3; her work on the evidences
of Christianity, 1028, n. 2
Newcomen, Tho., nominated for the
Lewes scholarship, 482, 1. 15; his ad-
mission, ib. 1. 27; Bedell's remark
upon, 487, ·1. 27

Newell, Dr., letter to, for subscriptions
to the library and chapel, 518, 1. 38;
letter of thanks to, 519, L. 8

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sir Edward, kt., appointed steward
of coll. manors, 346, l. 48

Newling, Chas., head-master of Shrews-
bury, 934, 1. 38

Mr., £35 allowed to, for the repair
of the wharf, 1038, 1. 30; £8 to, for
a new gate, ib. 1. 34
Newman, widow, tenant of a messuage
in Wood street, London, 404, 1. 2, 6
Wm., lease to, of a tenement in
Wood-street, London, 355, 1. 32
Newmarket, Dr. Gower's speech to
Chas. II. at, 992, 1. 26; 997, 1. 35;
the university attend Geo. II. at,
1019, 1. 8
Newnham, Newhenham, Camb., leases
of lands, etc. at, 344, l. 22; 428, l. 1.
see Cambridge

Newneham, Kent, lease of land at, 45+,
1. 42

Newport, Ess., Tho. Gore educated at,
523, 1. 3

Newport-ponds, Ess., bp. Howland born
at, 250, 1. 32

Newport, Salop., bp. Day born at, 242,
1. 9

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Newton, bp., his friendship with bp.
Green, 711, 1. 42

Greg., signs letter to lord Burghley,
on the choice of a master, 606, 1. 30;
607, 1. 20; complaints against him for
nonconformity, 608, 1. 18

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Nichols, Jo., his letter to Wm. Bowyer
on his idea of undertaking the Camb.
univ. press, 1066, 1. 4

Wm., fell., register of his burial,
983, 1. 20

Nicholson, Rob., fell., register of his
burial, 982, 1. 17

Nicolson, Win., alderman, general
acquittances to, 454, l. 10; 457,
1. 15
Nicolson, Jo., lease of Thorrington
transferred to, 42S, 1. 4

-

Segar, lease to, of tenement in St.
Michael s parish, 365, 1. 6
Nickins, Mich., of Stafford, gent., certi-
ficate of his communion, and subscrip-
tion to the oaths of qualification, 553,
1. 29
Niemeyer, D. G., his opinion of Marsh's
Michaelis, 755, 1. 19

Nigellus, 2d bp. of Ely, supposed foun-
der of St. John's hospital, 13; reasons
for doubting this, 14, 16; references
to, in Baker's MSS., 557, 1. 36
Nikke, Nix, Nykke, bp. Norwich, em-
powered by pope Julius II. to execute
his decree, 64, 563, 1. 3; letter from
coll. to, 345, 1. 41; 463, 1. 31
Noblemen, agreement respecting the
commons of, 1041, 1. 7
Noneburne, suit of court to the earl of
Rutland at, 352, l. 13
Nonjurors, mandamus to Dr. Gower to
turn them out, 998, 1. 14, 24; list of,
ejected from their fellowships, 1008,
1. 10; Geo. Ashby's account of their
ejection, 1010, 1. 40
Norfolk, alderman, his portrait of Dr.
Lambert, 1018, 1. 32
Norresse, Jo., esq., letters of proxy to,
362, 1. 30

Norreys, Norris, Edm., leases to, of
Rawreth manor, 391, 1. 38; 394, l. 34 ;
401, 1. 37

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Edw., lord, various notices of,
575, 1. 36

Fras, lord, his support of Beadon
for the mastership, 729, 1. 13; 1082,
1. 7

sir Dudley, the plate given by him
to the coll. sent to Chas. I., 633, 1. 11
Northampton, earl of, chancellor, letter
from the university to, 478, 1. 36

marq. of, letter to, from the coll. by
Ascham, 373, l. 15; 468, l. 3
Northern founders during Metcalfe's
mastership, 95, 1. 15; Ascham's re-
marks on, 569, 1. 44
Northstoke, Northstock, Oxf., leases of
parsonage, etc., of, 343, 1. 28; 345,
1. 8; 376, 1. 15; 382, 1. 40; 383, 1.6,
12; 391, l. 15; 422, l. 16; 423, 1. 42;
452, 1. 18; leases alienated. 394, l. 29;
435, 1. 27: 450, 1. 11; dispute with
Downhall respecting the lease of,
498, 1. 41; the visitor's decision, 499,
1. 33; presentations to the vicarage
of, 396, 1. 27; 397, 1. 3; 459, l. 39;
Covenant with the vicar of, to re-
build the vicarage, 370, l. 13.
Northumberland, duke of, his installa-
tion sermon preached by bp. Tomlin-
son, 975, l. 14
Northwick, lord, his opinion of Butler,
941, 1. 20
Norton, Jo., bailiff of Colchester, 482,
1. 23

Jo., gent., lease to, of lands at
Upchurch, 361, 1. 29
Norwiche, Norwige, sir Rob., chief
justice, arbitrator in the dispute with
lord Cobham, 352, l. 27; 360, 1. 32
Norwich school, Benj. Stillingfleet edu-
cated at, 703, 1. 6

Norwich, Wm., B.A., Trin., letter from
the chancellor on his being recom-
mended for a fellowship at St. John's,
496, l. 1

Norwold, Hugh, bp. Ely, assumes the
presentation to St. John's hospital,
13, 20; and to St. Mary Magd., Stur-
bridge, 16

Nourse, Pet., tutor to Dr. Lambert,
1019, 1. 32

November 5th, order for the solemn ob-
servance of, in the university, 194, l. 14

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of qualification, description of the
book containing, 552, 1. 9; extracts
from, ib. 1. 20

of sheriff, to observe the privileges of
the university, 216

to observe statutes taken by the
master and fellows, 564, 1. 43
Observatory in the 2nd court, agree-
ment to erect one, 1071, 1. 4; £15
a year allowed to Is. Pennington for
the care of, 1072, 1. 39; a pair of
globes ordered for, 1073, L. 12
Ockam, Rob., commission to, to survey
manors, 398, 1. ¡1

Ockland, Nic., lease to, of houses in
Trin. par., 394, 1. 14

Office, definition of, by the committee
for the association, 538, 1. 30
Officiarii electi, Jan. 16, 1654, 544, 1. 19
Offord Cluny, Rog. Grantofte's benefac-

tion to, 349, l. 10; Dr. Newcome
rector of, 1025, 1. 16; succeeded by
Mr. Hodson, Clare, 1031, 1. 3
Ogden, Dr., Woodwardian profr., candi-
date for the mastership on the death
of Dr. Newcome, 1042, 1. 4 ; named
as a candidate to succeed Dr. Powell,
1049, 1. 11; allowed time to give his
answer concerning the rectory of
Lawford, 1072, 1. 25; a candidate
for the headship on the death of Dr.
Powell, 1079, I. 2; obtains only 3
votes, ib. 1. 18; T. S. Hughes's edition
of his sermons, 1091, 1. 46; Cole's
story of his will in favour of Dr.

Craven, and Dr. C.'s disinterested-
ness, 1092, 1. t

Ogill, Hen., B.A., original fell. of St.
John's, 77

Ogle, Jo., recommended for Goodinan's
scholarship, 424, 34; his admission,
ib. 1. 39

Oldham, Rd., fell., register of his burial,
983, 1. 24
Oldmixon, his remarks on bp. Turner,
986, 1. 21

Oley, Barnaby, Clare, takes charge of
the coll. plate sent to Chas. I., 219;
632, 1. 19; tutor of bp. Gunning
at Clare, 647, 1. 34; appointed by
Gunning to revise his papers, 660,
1. 14

Oliver, Dr., his opinion of bp. Ross,
727, 1. 44; of bp. Fisher, 732, 1. 31
Margery, lease to, of a messuage at
the north end of Bridge street, 426,
1. 43

Opie, likeness to Dr. Tatham of his por-
trait of Dr. Forster in the coll. hall,
1105, 1.9

Orchard, Arth., sen. fell., register of his
burial, 983, 1. 18; coll. tutor to Dr.
Newcome, 1032, 1. 22

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Organist, the, payment to, for entering
the authems in the coll. books, 1036,
1. 19

Orpin, master of Harborough school,
535, 1. 42

Orwell, lands at, left by Dr. Thomson
to Chr. coll., 355, l. 13
Osbaldiston, bp. Ri., notices of, 706, 1.12 ;
his benefaction to the coll. towards a
future new building, 1083, L 45
master of Westminster school, 533,
1. 36, 40

Osborne, Geo., leases to, at id. rent if
demanded, 376, 1. 18, 21

- Pet., lease to, of Horningsey par-
sonage, 384, 1. 31

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- Tho., lease to, of tenement and lands
at Horningseie, 366, 1. 14
Ospring. Osprynge, the hospital or mai-
son Dieu at, its history, 73; granted
to the coll. by Hen. VIII., 74; le-
gally secured through Nich. Metcalfe,
87; various references to, 563, L. 35;
566, 1.44; appointment of a steward of
the manor of, 346, 1. 48;-St. Mary's
chapel, le maseon due, mesyndewe, ma-
sendue, massendeu, Ospryngestrete,
appointment of chaplain to, 354, l. 13;
358, 1. 11, 38; of chaplain and school-
master, 363, 1. 20; 364, 1. r; transfer
of part of, 399, 1. 7; the chauncell of
massendeu given towards building
the mansion, 424, 1. 28; leases of the
rectory and the site of masondewe,
445, 1. 28, 31; 446, 1. 22, 25; 456,

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