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THE UNIVERSITY OT CAMBRIDGE FROM

THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE ROYAL

INJUNCTIONS OF 1535, by JAMES BASS VULLINGER, M.A. Demy Svo. cloth (734 pp.), 18s.

Any book which throw's light on the ori the history of the Universities at the time gin and early history of our Universities of the Reformation, Wolsey, Fisher, and will always be gladly welcomed by those who Erasmus. The worldly, ambitious, unprinare interested in education, especially a book cipled Cardinal, is a striking contrast alike which is so full of varied information as Mr. to the ascetic bishop, and to the refined, Mullinger's History of Cambridge. He has selfish, discontented man of letters. The brought together a mass of instructive details haughty, extravagant, self-indulgent Wolsey, respecting the rise and progress, not only of presents a strange picture, as he stands side his own University, but of all the principal by side with the pious, humble, self-denying Universities of the Middle Ages.

Cambridge Reformer.... Our volume ends introductory chapter he gives a comprehen with the visit of the Commissioners sent by sive sketch of the whole learned world during Cromwell to inquire into the state of the the first thousand years after the Christian Universities, and with the Royal Injunctions era, and he then passes on to the leading which ousted the Papal jurisdiction, and with schoolmen, to the quarrels between the va it the time-honoured predominance of the rious philosophical schools of the religious scholastic teaching .... We hope some day orders, and to the gradual rise of a learned that he may continue his labours, and give us body outside of those orders.... Towards the a history of the University during the trouend of the volume we have an interesting blous times of the Reformation and the Civil sketch of the trio who stand prominent in War."-Atheneum.

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HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE OF ST JOHN

THE EVANGELIST, by THOMAS BAKER, B.D., Ejected Fellow. Edited by JOHN E. B.

MAYOR, M.A., Fellow of St John's. Two Vols. Demy 8vo. 245.

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Every member of this ancient foundation To antiquaries the book will be a source will recognize the worth of Mr Mayor's of almost inexhaustible amusement, by his labours, which, as it will appear, have been torians it will be found a work of considerable by no means confined to mere ordinary ediservice on questions respecting our social torial work. .. The index with which Mr progress in past times; and the care and

Mayor has furnished this useful work leaves thoroughness with which Mr Mayor has dis nothing to be desired. We congratulate him charged his editorial functions are creditable on the completion of his labours, and sinto his learning and his industry.”

cerely echo the wish expressed by him that

Athenaum. in return for the benefactions they enjoy, “ The work displays very wide reading, other fellows of colleges will explore their and it will be of great use to members of the hidden treasures and bring them into the college and of the university, and, perhaps, light of day."--Spectator.

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of the civil law, which have lately issued from admirers, we readily admit that its study

the Press, shews that the revival of the study must prove useful to the English legal as

of Roman jurisprudence in this country is pirant, partly from its intrinsic merits as a

genuine and increasing. The present edition system, and partly from the contrast which

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ment, and the fact that the new edition has and as editors Messrs Abdy and Walker

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encourage the Syndics to further efforts in the tion. They have presented Gaius to the

same direction.

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Messrs Abdy and Walker produce their book way of reference or necessary explanation.

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