The University of Cambridge: From the earliest times to the royal injunctions of 1535

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University Press, 1873
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Contents

438
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THE UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA
98
SCHOOL BOOKS OF THE DARK AGES
101
THE UNIVERSITY OF PARIS
105
THE COLLEGES OF PARIS
126
THE CIVIL
128
His library bequeathed to Durham College Oxford
130
RISE OF THE ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES
132
Difficulties presented by the destruction of the early univer
136
Cranmers treatise on the question
143
THE MENDICANTS
147
Death of Grosseteste
153
Foundation of Merton College A D 1264
160
504
161
Duns Scotus
174
sities
186
THOMAS BRADWARDINE
198
RICHARD OF BURY
213
561
228
FOUNDATION OF PETERHOUSE A D 1284
229
FOUNDATION OF PEMBROKE COLLEGE A D 1347
236
FOUNDATION OF TRINITY HALL by bishop Bateman A D 1350
242
The intellectual supremacy of Paris passes over to Oxford
249
Catholicity of their degrees dependent on the papal sanc
250
Influence of the court at Avignon upon the university
255
CAMBRIDGE PRIOR TO THE CLASSICAL
258
Enactments designed to counteract the proselytising
262
Oxforda Cambridge colony
267
JEAN CHARLIER DE GERSON Cond
277
Hubers criticism gives a just appreciation of the facts
286
Erection of the Divinity Schools at Cambridge A D 1398
300
FOUNDATION OF QUEENS COLLEGE A D 1448
312
Vacarius lectures at Oxford
314
FOUNDATION OF JESUS COLLEGE A D 1497
320
FOUNDATION OF THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
323
Other universities founded in the thirteenth century
324
His merits compared with those of Adam de Marisco
328
Outline of the physical aspects of medieval Cambridge
329
Results of monastic industry not to be confounded with reasons
335
The university originally only a Grammar School
341
Buckmasters narrative of his experiences at court and
343
Wolsey in the following year founds a chair of Greek
344
Earliest traces of some attention to the writings of the Human
345
Events of the year 1516
355
Course of study in the faculty of theology
363
Johx SKELTON
365
505
367
SPORTS AND PASTIMES
373
Duke Humphreys bequests to Oxford
399
Bible Fist stink Luthers aroun
404
ARGYROPULOS
405
Hopes of the Humanists
416
The opposition in the northern universities far more per
421
The phenomena of the age not of an inspiriting character
427
Motives of founders in these times
497
Protected by Fisher
498
His estimate of different fathers
502
His failure apparent rather than real
508
Erasmuss reply to Bullock Aug 31 1516
514
He returns to Cambridge and lectures on Greek to the uni
516
His inaugural oration July 1519
529
Father is
536
Crokes second oration
539
COMMENCEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY
540
The Hosiectel i
545
Compares the Cambridge of 1516 with that of thirty years
552
Commencement of a new movement at Cambridge
553
ROBERT BARNES
564
Rapid spread of Lutheran doctrines in the eastern counties
570
King Henry and Fisher write against Luther
572
His second examination which is similarly interrupted
578
Sir Thomas More elected high steward
585
Reason of the dislike with which it was now regarded
588
Tyndale and Tunstal
596
The volume burnt by Tunstal at Pauls Cross
601
Subsequent multiplication of the monasteries
602
Skeltons satire of the Cambridge Reformers
608
Estates settled on the society by the lady Margaret
617
Position of Fisher
622
Recapitulation of introductory chapter
626
The universities progressive the monasteries stationary
635
Robert Pullen
645
His letter to Erasmus
649
Wolsey convenes a conference in London
651
COMMENCEMENT OF THE SCHOLASTIC PHILOSOPHY
653
375
655
207
657
457
659
440
661
PROPOSED FOUNDATION OF St Johns COLLEGE BY THE LADY
666
orders
667
312
669
68
670
minster
671
623
672
The Franciscans at Oxford and at Cambridge
673
222
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314
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458
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304
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226
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