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1524. Thomas Greene, D.D., Catharine Hall. 1525. Henry Bullock, D.D., Queen's. 1526. Edmund Nattres, D.D., Clare Hall. 1527. Edmund Nattres, D.D., Clare Hall. 1528. John Edmundes, D.D., Peterhouse. 1529. John Edmundes, D.D., Peterhouse. 1530. William Buckmaster, D.D., King's Hall. 1531. John Watson, D.D., Christ's. 1532. John Watson, D.D., Christ's. 1533. Simon Haynes, D.D., Queen's. 1534. Simon Haynes, D.D., Queen's. 1535. John Craforde, M.A., Clare Hall. 1536. John Craforde, D.D., Clare Hall. 1537. Francis Mallet, D.D., Michael House. 1538. George Day, D.D., King's.
1539. William Buckmaster, D.D., King's Hall. 1540. William Buckmaster, D.D., King's Hall. 1541. John Edmundes, D.D., Peterhouse. 1542. Richard Standishe, LL.D.
1543. John Edmundes, D.D., Peterhouse. 1544. Thomas Smith, LL.D., Queen's. 1545. Matthew Parker, D.D., Corpus Christi. 1546. John Madew, D.D., Clare Hall.
REGNANTE EDVARDO VITO.
1547. John Madew, D.D., Clare Hall. 1548. Matthew Parker, D.D., Corpus Christi. 1549. William Bill, D.D., St. John's. 1550. Walter Haddon, LL.D., Trinity Hall. 1551. John Madew, D.D., Clare Hall. 1552. Andrew Perne, D.D., Peterhouse.
1553. Edwin Sandes, D.D., Catharine Hall. 1554. John Young, D.D., Pembroke.
1555. William Glyn, D.D., Queen's. 1556. Cuthbert Scott, D.D., Christ's. 1557. Andrew Perne, D.D., Peterhouse. 1558. Robert Brassie, D.D., King's.
1559. John Porie, D.D., Corpus Christi*.
1564. Edmund Hawford, D.D., Christ's.
Elected December 13th, 1558, in the place of Edmund Cosyn, Master of Catharine Hall.
† Robert Beaumont, Vice-Chancellor, died June 6th, 1567, and was succeeded by Roger Kelke, June 16th.
AN ABSTRACT OF THE COMPOSITION BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY AND TOWN OF CAMBRIDGE,
Made An. Dni. MDII., by John Fisher, Justice of the Common Pleas, Humphry Coningsby and Tho. Frowyche, Serjeants at Law, chosen by consent of parties for that purpose, at the instance of Margaret, Countess of Richmond and Derby, and mother to King Henry VII.
Ir is covenanted and agreed between the said parties: That no person admitted to be a pensioner or contributor in any college or hall, who was never brought up in study nor in learning in the said university, shall have the privilege of a scholar.
That every menial servant, dwelling and retained with any scholar in wages, and every person retained with any scholar, or scholar's servant, without fraud, craft, or collusion, to go or ride with him, or to do him service for any certain time, shall, for the same time of his service only, be reputed as the servant of a scholar.
That the bedels of the university, and all manciples, cooks, butlers, and launderers of every college, hostel, and hall, and of other places ordained for scholars, students, and places of religion; and all apothecaries, stationers, limners, scriveners, parchmentmakers, bookbinders, physicians, surgeons, and barbers, in the said university, brought up principally in the learning of any of the said occupations, shall have the privilege of scholar's servant, as long as they use any such occupation.
That of all scholars, scholars' servants, and common ministers of the university, using merchandise in the town, only those servants shall have the privilege of scholars' servants, who dwell