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Reviving spirit of the Puritan party at Cambridgo
301 ill. ib.
ib. ib. ib.
304 ib. ib. 303
Tigether with Robert Ilarrison of Corpus, ho leaves England
the policy of Whitgift
press Travers a favorito of Lord Burghley llis general reputation Ilis relation to Whitgift
llis symmthics with the Generan reformers Sign Scance of the appearance of this new version of the Dis
Rx hard Alrey
ment. Petition to l'arliament to allow fellowships at colleges to be held
for the purpose of moro protracted study The ser que al impliol the endowmont of re-carch
pe weutuing to the views of the bishops. Raciter opinion . . This unwalified condemnation of the proposal, chicfly on the
Eroand that it would be prejudicial to the study of
SIR WALTLA MILDMAY
ib. 313 ib. ib. ib.
llabitual disregard shown by the society for tho dinciplino
of the Established Church
courago long residenco at college on the part of tho
fellowships in general
plays on Sunday evenings The universities combine to protect their presses against the
piracy of the London Stationers Tuosas T1018.
llis Latin Dictionary
lle publishes the Ilarmonia Confessionum Tho last clection of one who was not a llcall to the vice-chan.
llis sympathy with tlio Puritan party .
cussel by Baker
the sixteenth century eminently Calvinistic
llo is induced to make a public rocantation
328 Ilis enemics are dissatisficd with bis recantation and hic in again citaal
ib. Ile appeals to Whitgilt
ili. lle complains of the injustice of his persecution
329 Ile had been accused of attributing blasphemy to Beza ib. TADBORE BEZA .
330 The Cuter Dese:
ih. Whegist's transcript of the Codes
ih. ROCARD BARCROPT.
331 llis writings against the Puritans
3:32 Euth Bancroft and Whitgist assume a less deferential attitudo towarıls Beza
ib. Bartet avails himself of this chanze in Whitgir's views and is to some extent defended by him.
ill. The vice-cliancellor and Ilculs vindicato their proceedings is
Whitzit . They alice that their efforts towards the repression of heterodoxy had been attended with success in the university .
334 Tit's repoly: he accuses tho univer-ity of ingratitudo . ib. lle anserin his rizlit of interference au granted by the Crown,
bat denies that the Ilcals have power to decido in
335 Tie creulptos himself with regard to Barret lle berays his cutisciousness that Barret's doctrine could not bo
rempiled with that then professol by the English Church ib. roodact Robert Simo
ib. I!: ert attack on Wlitgift
336 S's resentment .
ib. Ientes tactics of the acaulemic authorities Lokey endeavours to bring about an understanding
337 Larrt is summoned by Whitgift to London and conscnts to read a second recantation
339 T: LAYBETH ARTICLES
ib. of Whitaker ".retemporary and subscqucnt reputation I ad of Dr P'erne
ib. I's career and character lors on behalf of the university library
342 > D-lehaw's account of the library at this period
343-5 E of John Overall to the legius professorship .
343 of Ruburd Clayton to the mastership of St John's
a sugal nominec 1. >ments as a master