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Stillingfleet, Edw., bp. of Worcester,
Baker's account of, 276; tutor to bp.
Grove, 277, l. 16; Is. Milles' account
of him, 646, 1. 21; appointed tripos,
648, 1. 13; bp. Gunning his opponent
on keeping the act, 650, 1. 8; addi-
tional notes upon him, 698, 1. 35-
703, 1. 12; aids in establishing schools
in Wales, 698, 1. 40; befriends eject-
ed nonconformist ministers, ib. l. 44;
Bentley's opinion of him, 699, 1. 38;
his epitaph on him in Worcester ca-
thedral, 70, 1. 13; his controversy
with the nonconformists, ib. 1. 40;
others of the name, 702, 1. 30 seq.

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Edwd., M.D., bp.'s son, notices of
702, 1. 38

Edw., of the bp. 's family, 703, l. 3
Jas., bp.'s son, notices of, 702, l. 45
Jas., bp.'s great grandson, notices
of, 703, l. 11

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Jo., elder brother of the bp.'s, tutor
to Jo. Lucas, 542, 1. 8; notices of,
702, 1. 31

Rob., B.A., Emm. coll., 703, 1. I
Stoddart, Jo., his letter to Rob. Gray
respecting Geo. White's legacy to St.
John's, 506, 1. 42

Stokes, Tho., lease of lands to, in Mel-
bourne, 354, 1. 41
Stokesley, Jo., D.D., bond to, from St.
John's coll., 345, 1. 19
Stone, Jo., gent., coll. proxy to, 355,
1. 35

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Tho., at the puritan synod in St.
John's, 600, 1. 48; 601, l. 5, 19, 28
Stoner, Henry, lease to, of Northstoke
rectory, 376, 1. 17; 422, l. 16; 423,
1. 42; lease of Northstoke alienated
to him, 382, 1. 40; 383, 1. 6; 391, 1.
18; 394, l. 29; licence to, to alienate
the lease of Northstoke, 435, 1. 26;
450, l. 11

- Jo., gent., of Northstoke, letters of
proxy to, 362, 1. 30; lease of North-
stoke alienated to, 435, l. 27; licence
to alienate it, 450, 1. 1; lease to, of
the same, and licence of alienation,
452, l. 18, 21

Storer, Rog., letters of attorney to, 366,
1. 2
Stores, Hen., lease to, of manor and
lands at Little Markham and Tux-
forde, 355, l. 1; licence to, to sell his
lease, 380, 1. 13
Story, Geo., M.A., fell., testimonial to,
380, 1. 22

Stoyte, Edwd., recommended by the
earl of Exeter for a fellowship, 532,
1. 35; date of degrees, ib.; admission
as sizar, ib. 1. 37; scholar, ib. 1. 38
Toby, rector of Lambeth, father of
the above, 532, 1. 36

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Strafford, earl of, laudatory letter from
the coll. to, 524, 1. 31; his reply, ib.

1.44

Strange, lord, letter from, recommend.
ing Jo. Croston for a fellowship, 527,
1. 42

Stransham, Straunsam, Transham, Geo.,
lease to, of Ospringe parsonage, 391,
1. 40; letter of attorney to, 393, l. 10
- Jo., lease to, of Douncorte manor,
393, 1. 7; lease to, of Triamston or
Traunston or Trianston manor, 394,
1. 41

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Straynsham, Straunsham, Strein-
sham, Streynsham, Rob., transference
to, of a piece of Masendewe house,
Ospringe, 399, 1. 7; lease to, of Os-
pringe parsonage, 423, l. 45; 424, L.
27; 445, 1. 28; 446, l. 21; bound to
build a fair mansion there, 424, l. 1;
lease to, of the housinge, rooms, etc.,
heretofore the chantry priest's of Os-
pringe, 426, 1. 15; 445, l. 31; 446,
I. 24; licence to alienate the above,
446, 1. 14-36; letters of attorney to,
443, 1. 25; 451, 1. 20; lease to, of
Woodlands, etc., Ospringe, 449, L 37
- Tho., lease to, of Douncorte manor,
393, 1. 7; of Triamston or Traunston
or Trianston manor, 394, l. 41
Streatham, Surrey, bp. Ryder born at,
733, 1. 34

Stretton, Jas., fell., register of his
burial, 983, 1. 28

Strickland, Emma, married to rev. Jas.
Hen. Vidal, 976, 1. 39

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- Geo., esq., father-in-law of rev. Jas.
Hen. Vidal, 976, 1. 39

Stringer, Jo., B.A., original fell. of St.
John's, 77

- Phil., M.A., letter of attorney to,
405, 1. 23; appointed coll. auditor,
414, l. 10; bedell, 430, 1. 43; decree
concerning debts due to him, 549, l. 13
Strode, leases of lands at, 368, 1. 19;
369, 1. 42

Stronge, Rd., lease to, of cottages in
Cambridge, 356, 1. 27, 29
Strype, Jo., Baker's use of his papers
relating to St. John's, 10, 1. 3; 11, 1.
25; Baker's letters to him on his
health, 557, 1. 29; on Dr. Metcalfe's
monument, 571, 1. 38; on Pilkington's
puritanism, 580, 1. 27; rev. Jo. Gar-
nett a subscriber to his Parker and
Annals, 707, 1. 1; Dr. Newcome a
subscriber to his Parker, 1034, 1. 22
Stuart, lady Arabella, the countess of
Shrewsbury's misfortunes through,
193, 1. 1; various references to, 611,
1. 33; 613. l. 19, 24, 32; 614, 1. 8
Louisa, first wife of bp. Tomlinson,
975, 1. 22

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Stuart, sir Pat., lieut.-gen., father-in-law
of bp. Tomlinson, 975, 1. 23
Wm., bp. of St. David's, abp. of Ar-
magh, notices of, 731, 3; prefer-
ments and death, ib. 1. 18

Stubbe, Alys, indenture with, respect-
ing Fell's benefactions, 351, l. 16

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- Edw., indenture with his widow re-
specting Fell's benefactions, 351, 1.
17; bond to, ib. 1. 36
Stubbs, Jas., coll. aliowance to, in his
unhappy circumstances, 1037, 1. 36;
his insanity a reason against electing
him a senior, 1073, 1. 31
Studly, And., M.A., recommended to
be second master of Shrewsbury, 475,
1. 45; the coll, elect him, 478, l. 21;
his resignation, 493, l. 42; 494; 1. 34
Sturbridge, Steresbridge, Steresbrigge,
hospital of lepers at, 16; origin of the
fair at, ib.; references to, in Baker's
MSS., 557, 1. 37
Stuteville, sir Martin, Jos. Mead's letter
to, on abp. Neile, 670, 1. 8; on bp.
Carey, 676, 20, 24

Stykney, Rd., grant to, of Ospringe
chaplaincy, 354, 1. 13

Subscription, controversy upon, between
bp. Law and Dr. Tho. Randolph,
723, 1. 22; Canon Wodehouse's pe-
tition to the house of lords against,
968, l. 28; Dr. Powell's views of, in
his commencement sermon, 1043, 1.
21; 1045, l. 9; 1056, 1. 40; a society
instituted to abolish it, 1044, 1. 22;
its success in Cambridge, ib. 1. 30;
Dr. Jebb's letter to Powell upon,
1045, 1. 19; the champions and op-
ponents of, 1057, l. 16, 25
Subsizars, decree respecting, 551, 1. 20;
admissions of, ib. I. 46; 552, l. 1
Sudbury school, Knewstub's benefaction
to, 515, 1. 13; Jo. Hopper's founda-
tion for, 547, 1. 29; Tho. Verdon
educated at, 570, L. 17
Suffolk, Catharine, duchess of, indenture
respecting her exhibition, 447, 1.9
- and Barkshyre, earl of, chancell r,
petition to, from the town, to be made
a city, 203; letter from, recommend.
ing Jos. Thurston for a fellowship,
479, 1. 26; the coll. reply, ib. 1. 29;
letter of Chas. I. to, on the restitu-
tion of discipline in the university,
492, 1. 19; letter from, to the v. c.
and heads, 492, 1. 25; letter to his
supporters as chancellor, 493, l. 18;
his munificence on the visit of Jas. I.
to Cambridge, 616, l. 45

Sullivan, rt. bon. Jo., father in-law of
bp. Pepys, 974, l. 39

Marian, married to bp. Pepys, 974-
1. 38

Sumner, abp. Jo. B., Kenilworth the
native place of his family, 898, 1. 36;
bp. Butler on, 953, 1. 8
Sunderland, earl of, Gunning declines
the tutorship of, 235
Sunninghill, Sounnyngehill, Sonninge-
hill, presentations to the vicarage of,
381, l. 26; 439, 1. 9; lease of priest's
'more' and ground and house at, 393,
1. 22; lease of tenement and lands
at, 404, 1. 39; letter of attorney to
the vicar to cut the woods there, 442,
1. 33

Suppers, orders to the coll. cook respect-
ing, 1084, l. 24
Surplice, the, objections to wearing, 156;
583, 1. 25; feuds about it in the coll.
under Longeworth, 587, l. 11; Cart-
wright's sermon against, 588, 1. 21;
Jas. I.'s injunctions respecting, ib. 1.
30, 34; order of the house of com-
mons upon, ib. 1. 42

Sussex, earl of, letter to, for licence to
feli trees in Tetenhurst wood, 469, l. 29
duke of, Parr's letter to, about bp.
Marsh, 897, 1. 47

Sutton church, Kent, £5 allowed for
replacing Mr. Robins' monument
there, 1088, 1. 21

- abp. See Manners Sutton
Swattham Bulbeck priory, Agnes Swayne
removed to, 89; two nuns from Hig-
ham to be removed there, 355, L. 40
Swan, Jo., of Thriplowe, lease to, 347,
1. 29

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Symson, Rob., parson of Layer Marney,
deeds relating to his fellowship, 350,
1. 1932; register of his foundation,
546, 1. 42

Synod, the, of the brethren in St. John's,
182, 1. 2; various references to, 600,
1. 41 seq

Tablecloths in the butteries, decree
respecting, 550, 1. 7

Tabor, registrary, his dispute with the
coll. about fees, 503, 1. 26, 33; 505,
1. 24
Tadlowe, lease of tenements and lands
at, 356, 1. 44; 377, l. 35; 390, 1. 40;
441, 1. 44; 448, l. 7
Tailer, Wm., of Walton, co. Derb.,
lease to, 343, 1. 28
Taler, Valentine, M.A., fell., tes-
timonial to, 380, 1. 20; proxy for
v. c.'s court, in the suit against
Blythe, 381, 1. 7

Talbot, Wm., fell. Clare, married to
Miss Kirke, 1030, 1. 30; Cole's ac-
count of him, ib. 1. 32

Talkar, Jo., appointment of, as coll.
proctor, 343, 1. 44

Tame, Oxf., Fras. Crawley educated at,
517, l. 16

Tanner, bp., Thos., his account of bp.
Tho. Boucher, 663, 1. 29

Tapers on the altar, notices of, 630,
1. 33

Tartarius, directed to be used in scho-
lastic disputations, 343, l. 10
Tarvin, Tho. Stanley Bowstead vicar
of, 972, 1. 42

Tassells, a garden in St. Clement's pa-
rish, Camb., 367, l. 26; 431, 1. 19
Tate, Jas., of Richmond, Parr's recom-
mendation of, for his advocacy of the
catholic claims, 927, 1. 2
Tatem, Christr., M.A., fell., testimo-
nial to, 380, l. 6

Tatham, Ann, mother of Dr. T., 1106, 1.9
Ra., St. John's, father of Dr. T.,
1106, 1. 6, 11

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Ra., D.D., tutor to bp. Tomlin-
son, 975, 1. 13; exor. and legatee
of Dr. Wood, 1099, 1. 32; account
of, as 32nd master, 1105; dates of his
admission, degrees, etc., ib. 1. 1;
elected public orator, ib. 1. 4; Yate's
notices of him, ib. 1. 15, 24; church
preferments, ib. 1. 19; death and fu-
neral, ib. 1. 21; stained glass windows
to his memory, ib. 1. 29; his arms, ib.
n. I; number of the name and family
at St. John's, 1106, 1. 1; notices of
his family, ib. 1. 6

Tho., elected fell. in place of a non-
juror, 1008, 1. 26

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Tayler, Tailer, Dr. Jo., Queens'
coll., nominated 5th master of St.
John's by Hen. VIII., 115; his dis-
agreement with the fellows, 116;
cited before the visitor, ib.; disagree-
ments renewed, 121; resigns the
mastership, 122; his preferments, ib;
dates of his admission to the deanery
of Lincoln, etc. 122, n. 8; 574, L
12; made bp. of Lincoln, 123; his
death and character, ib.; Baker's ac-
count of him, 243; the fourth mas-
ter in the space of a year, 361, 1. 17;
general acquittance to, 370, 1. 1; pro-
mise from, respecting coll. property,
ib. 1. 4; letter to, on the reversion of
Ramwrick farm, 374, l. 44; 468, l. 5 ;
letter to Hen. VIII. announcing his
election, 462, 1. 9; additional notes
upon 662, 1. 32; Cole's note on the
arms assigned to him, ib. l. 34
- Dr. Jo., his account of And. Downes,
598, 1. 46; his acquaintance with bp.
Law, 717, 1.5; one of the editors of
Stephani Thesaurus, 722, 1. 49; edu-
cated at Shrewsbury school, 934,
1. 35; Geo. Ashby's friend, 1010,
1. 36; promoted by lord Carteret,
IOII, 1. 14; anecdote of him and
Dr. Newcome from Nichols, 1034, 1
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1. 36; appointment of, as steward of
manors in Hunts., Beds., and Herts.,
376, 1. 13

Temple, Fras., lease to, of ground at
New Windsor, 439, 1. 5

Tenand, Tenante, Tenaunde, Ste., exor.
to Dr. Metcalfe, 106; proceedings
against at Ramerwick, 348, 1. 3;
presentation of, to Higham Vicarage,
355, l. 14; 360, 1. 7, 14; his resig-
nation, 370, 1. 10
Tenche, Wm., bailiff of Shrewsbury,
419, l. 12

Terrent, Tho., Ch. Ch., Oxf., letter from,
to Dr. Beale, 535, l. 34

Terrick, bp. Rd., bp. Beadon his chap-
lain, 555, l. 38; 729, 1. 35; grand-
father of bp. Ryder, 733, 1. 34

Eliz., mother of bp. Ryder, 733, L 33
Terrington, bp. Marsh on the tithes at,
826, 1. 36

Thirlwall, bp. Connop, on Marsh's dis-
sertation on the origin of the Gospels,
772, 1. 10; 775, 1. 27

Thomas, Jno., bp. Winton, bp. Fisher
chaplain to, 731, 1. 31; his support of
Beadon for the mastership, 1080, 1.
18; 1082, 1.9

Testimonials for orders, agreements re-

specting, 1073, 1. 34

Tetenhurst wood, letter from the col-
lege requesting licence for felling
trees in, 469, 1. 29
Teversham, Camb., Wm. Talbot rector
of, 1030, 1. 31

Thelwell, master of Ruthyn school, 541,
1. 39
Themes for the rhetoric lecturer, orders
respecting, 1083, 1. 34; noblemen and
fellow-commoners to be subject to
them, 1087, l. 1
Theobalds, Thibbaldes, Thibballs, lord
Burghley's sermon to be preached at,
415, l. 26, 41; changed from, to Hat-
field and Quixwood, 502, 1. 10; 545,
1.25
Theological learning, bp. Marsh's essay

on the usefulness of, 741, 1. 49
Therfield, Herts., Fras. Turner rector
of, 985, 1. 15; his restoration of the
church, and burial there, 988, l. 11;
his subscription on his admission as
rector, 989, 1. 10

Thexton, Lanc., M.A., fell., testimonial
to, 373, 1. 35

Thick black book, the, in St. John's
treasury, description of, 361, l. 18
Thicknesse, Dr., schoolmaster of bp.
Fisher, 731, 1. 38

Thin black book, the, in St. John's
treasury, description of, 395, l. 1
red book, the, 342

Thirlby, bp. of Ely, letter from the coll.

to, on their wrongs and poverty, 379,
1. 25; 468, 1. 11; the dispute about
Hilton referred to him, 380, 1. 29;
468, L. 17
Thirleby, Tho., D.C.L., clerk, the arbi-
trator on the tythes of Horningsea,
346, 1. 37

Thomas, Lambrochius, S. T. D., his gift
of Walton's Polyglott to the library,
341; his arms in the liber memorialis,
1109, 1. I

Wm., bp. of Worc., his death-bed
declaration against the new oath, 696,
1. 14

Wm., his trouble for refusing to read
the Book of Sports, 585, 1. 27 seq.

(bp. of Sarum), made dean of Peter-
borough, 1032, l. 10
Thomkinson, Thos. Tomkinson, fell.,
buried as, 983, 1. 31
Thomlyson, Wm., appointed chaplain
and schoolmaster of Ospringe, 363,
1. 34
Thompson, Thomson, Tomson, Jo.,
fell., chaplain to bp. Fisher, 120, 1.
20; (B.A.) testimonial to, 352, l. 9;
(B.D.) presentation of, to Northstoke
vicarage, 376, 1. 39; his death, 396,
1. 29

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Tompson, Jo., elected fellow, 479,
1. 36; mandate from Chas. II. dis-
pensing with his proceeding to orders,
493, 1. 30; mention of, by Mede, 982,
1. 3

Thomson, Ste., signs letters to lord
Burghley on the choice of a master,
606, 1.32; 607, 1. 17

Thomson, Tomson, Thos., D.D.,
situation of his chapel, 92; notes
upon this, 568, 1. 40; his preferments
etc., 92; leases of More's lands pur-
chased of him, 344, l. 20; 381, 1. 38;
bonds to him from the coll., 345, l. 33;
leases of lands bought of him at
Thriplowe, 347, l. 30; 354, l. 36; in-
denture for his obit at Christ's coll.,
355, 1. 7; his gift of the Brazen
George to Chr. coll., ib. 1. 10; register
of his foundation of two chaplains,
547, 1. 2
Thoresby, Ra., date of Baker's first letter
to, 556, 1. 40; Dr. Gower's letter in
his history of Leeds, 994, l. 27
Thorington, Thoryngton, Thurrington,
manor, grants of lease of, 353, 1. 36;
365, 1. 38; 375, 1. 17; 458, 1. I
licence for alienation of lease of, 428,
1. 4

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-rectory, presentations to, 359, l. 13,
37; 374, 1. 33; 376, 1. 36; 393, 1. 20;
423, 1. 36; 424, l. 10; 429, 1. 43; 431,
1. 7; coll. orders respecting, 1035, L
37; 1040, 1. 17

Thorley, Johannes de, Prior of Barn-
well, 21

Thorly, Mr., retires from his nomination
for the mastership of Aldenhain, 490,
1. 26

Thorn, Yorks., Hen. Jenkin perpetual
curate of, 1014, 1. 34
Tuornborough, Wm., appointed to take
the inventory of St. John's hospital, │
65, l. 18

Thornton, Thos., fell., lord Maynard's
reader in logic, 211; ejected from his
fellowship (1644), 225; the bearer
from lord Maynard of rules for his
logic lecture, 546, 1. 25

Thorolde, Jo., a lease alienated to, 451,
1. 10

Thorp, Dr. Geo., Dr. Gower's letter to,

respecting Hen. Felton, 1001, l. 34
Thorpe, sir Fras., baron of the ex-
chequer, letter to, 484, 1. 6; date of
his B.A. degree, ib. 1. 20

Wm., esq., a tenement bought of
him at Atwycke, 386, 1. 17
Thowrougood, lease to, of tenements

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and lands at Steple Morden and
Tadlowe, 390, 1. 40
Threwly, Wm., lease to, of a water mill,
Ospringe, 356, 1. 41
Thriplowe, Thryplow, Triplowe, bond
for payment for house at, 345, l. 33;
lease of the place' there, 347, l. 29;
lease of lands at, 354, l. 36; lease of
manor and lands, 387, l. 7, 40; 398,
1. 43; 428, 1. 27; 432, 1. 32; 461, 1.
6; licences to alienate lease, 435, 1. 6;
461, l. 10; amount of the coll. quit
rent to bps. of Ely, 387, 1. 42; the
church given by bp. Balsham to Pe-
terhouse, 558, 1. 22; the Hall re-
served for the use of the coll. in times
of sickness, 354, 1. 37; 387, l. 8; 308,
1. 44; 428, l. 28; Dr. Gower's estate
at, left to the coll., 994, l. 31; 1000,
1. 2; Dr. Newcome's residence there,
995, 1. 1; 1025, 1.15; Mr. Musgrave
vicar of, 1023, 1. 15; alterations, etc.,
ordered in the house at, 1086, 1. 27,
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lands there, 364, 1. 16; terrier of
them, ib. 1. 22

Thurlowe, Nic., lands bought of, 354.
1.37

Thurscrosse, Jos., lease to, of tenement
and lands at Marflette, 448, l. 18;
licence of alienation, ib. 1. 22
Thurston, Jos., his benefaction to the
library, 341, recommended by the
earl of Suffolk for a fellowship, 479,
1. 26; the coll. cannot promise, ib. I.
30; required by the king, ib. I. 33; he
is pre-elected, ib, 1. 38; his arms in the
liber memorialis, 1108, 1. 36

Wm. and Tho., exors. to Rob. and
Mary Lewes, 482, 1. 6

Thurtell, revd. A., refused his licence as

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curate by bp. Marsh, 885, l. 12; his
letter to the bp., 886, 1. 22
Thymylbe, Thymbly be, Dr. Tho., in-
denture with, respecting his benefac-
tions, 352, 1. 17; bond to pay £60 to,
360, 1.
letter to, to lend the coll.
£40 for a year, 466, 1. 39
Tillot, Hen., nominated by W. Bedell
to the first Lewes scholarship, 487,
1. 23
Tillotson, abp. Jo., dates of his admissions
at Clare, 239, 1. 26, n. 3; 240, n. 1; his
preaching talent, 240, 1. 7; notes up-
on, 661, 1. 13, 24; his associations
with Stillingfleet, 698, 1. 40; 699, I.
19, 35
Tilney, Norf., Hen. Jenkin vicar of,
1007, n. 5; 1009, 1. 39; Tho. Jenkin
born at, 1013, l. 47
Tinwell, Rutl., Jo. Wildebore born at,
522, 1. 13

Tirralde, Jo., lease to, of tenement and
lands at Stewecleie, 366, 1. 27
Tobacco, university order against, 194;
notes upon, 614, l. 34
Todhunter, Is., first wrangler in Mac-
kenzie's year, 977, 1. 9
Todington, Tho., B. A., appeals against
the election of Craven to a fellowship,
1090, 1. 26; agreements respecting his
appeal, 1038, 1. 5, 8
Tolte, leases of lands at, 365, 1. 41; 387,
1. 13; 441, l. 28; of St. John's close
at, 401, 1. 41

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