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HISTORY

OF THE

College of St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge.

Cambridge:
PRINTED BY C. J. CLAY, M.A. AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

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IN MAGNIS TUIS CIRCA GREGEM TIBI A DEO COMMISSAM OCCUPATIONIBUS, IN SUMMIS LABORIBUS QUOS PRO TUENDA CHRISTI RELIGIONE SUSTINES, IN ASSIDUIS TUIS IN LEGE DOMINI MEDITATIONIBUS, IN ORATIONIBUS, IN LECTIONIBUS, IN SCRIPTIONIBUS, POSTREMO IN ACERBIS ET MOLESTIS QUAE IAMDUDUM INGRUUNT CURIS ET AD. VERSITATIBUS, REVERENDE IN CHRISTO PATER, DIGNERIS FILIORUM TUORUM LEGERE EPISTOLAM ... NOS TIBI FA. TEMUR TOT NOS ESSE BENEFICIIS OBSTRICTOS UT NE RECENSERE QUIDEM AUT VERBIS CONSEQUI VALEAMUS. TU NOBIS PATER, DOCTOR, PRAECEPTOR, LEGISLATOR, OMNIS DENIQUE VIRTUTIS ET SANCTITATIS EXEMPLAR, TIBI VICTUM, TIBI DOCTRINAM, TIBI QUICQUID EST QUOD BONI VEL HABEMUS VEL SCIMUS NOS DEBERE FATEMUR. QUO AUTEM TIBI POSSIMUS REFERRE GRATIAM AUT BENEFICIUM REPENDERE, HABEMUS NIHIL PRAETER ORATIONEM QUA CONTINENTER DEUM PRO TE INTERPELLAMUS. QUAECUNQUE AUTEM NOBIS IN COMMUNI SUNT OPES, QUICQUID HABET COLLEGIUM NOSTRUM, ID SI TOTUM TUA CAUSA PROFUNDEREMUS, NE ADHUC QUIDEM TUAM IN NOS BENEFICENTIAM ASSEQUEREMUR. QUARE, REVERENDE PATER, QUICQUID NOSTRUM EST, OBSECRAMUS, UTERE UT TUO. TUUM EST ERITQUE QUICQUID POSSUMUS, TUI OMNES SUMUS ERIMUSQUE TOTI. TU NOSTRUM ES DECUS ET PRAESIDIUM, TU NOSTRUM ES CAPUT, UT NECESSARIO QUAECUNQUE TE MALA ATTINGANT, EA NOBIS VELUTI MEMBRIS SUBIECTIS ACER BITATEM INFERANT.

St. John's COLLEGE TO BP. FISHER, SHORTLY BEFORE

HIS EXECUTION (LEWIS, II. 356–358).

CONTENTS.

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Cole's account of Baker's history and the college

MS. of it

555, l. 1

Note on Rd. Beadon

ib. l. 29

Note on Baker's verses, to my founde

556, 1. 32

Baker's friend the historian of Yorkshire

ib. 1. 38

1686–1727. Note of documents used by Baker from coll.

treasury

ib. 1. 43

1651–83. Degrees, college offices, etc. of Dr. Morton 557, l. 10

1707—20. Strype's papers used by Baker

ib. I. 23

1712. Baker to Strype on his delicate health .

ib. I. 29

References to documents respecting St. John's

hospital

ib. I. 33

St. Mary Magd. chap.

Steresbridge

ib. 1. 37

Bp. Eustachius's deed of gift of Horningsey rectory ib. I. 41

1249. Agreement between St. John's hospital and the

Carmelites

ib. 1. 45

The brethren. De Pænitentia Jesu'

558, l. 13

1284. Impropriations given up to Peterhouse

ib. 1. 19

Various references to the Magister Glomeriae ib. 1. 30

St. John's hospital, Ely

Documents relating to King's hall

559, 1. 3

hall of the Annunciation . ib. 1. 7

On the chantries of St. Botolph's and St. Sepulchre's ib. l. 16

References to Baker MSS. respecting Hinton church ib. 1. 37

On the chapel of St. John's hospital

ib. I. 39

Cole on cardinal de Luxemburgh

Documents on union of St. John Bapt. and St.

Edward's churches

ib. 1. 6

appropriation of Quy church . ib. l. 11

1500. St. John's hospital admitted to be a college . ib. 1. 14

Extract from “thin red book' on lady Margaret

being urged to found a college at Oxford ib. 1. 17

Masters of the hospital

ib. I. 31

Cole's notes on Wm. Beere and Henry Brown ib. I. 39, 45

1256.

on Prior Shotley and Pythagoras's

school

561, 1. 12

560, I. 3

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