The University of Cambridge: From the royal injunctions of 1535 to the accession of Charles the First

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University Press, 1884
 

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Contents

DISSOLUTION OF THE MONASTERIES
21
Masters of St Johns College
37
MATTHEW PARKER of Corpus
47
CONTROVERSY RESPECTING THE PRONUNCIATION OF GREEK
54
Statute of 1544 for the matriculation of students
63
Rumours of a new College
80
FROM THE FOUNDATION OF TRINITY COLLEGE TO
87
Importance of such foundations to the universities
93
Comfort and security of college life
96
471
101
Nonresidency of Heads
102
Character of its theological school
108
Disputations in honour of the Visitors the Eucharist being
114
His remonstrance elsewhere oocasioned by the indolence
120
Circumstances unfavorable to the revival of the study
127
SMITHS INAUGURAL ADDRESS AS REGIUS PROFESSOR
129
ORIGINAL STATUTES OF TRINITY COLLEGE Nov 1552
139
Northumberland succeeds Somerset as chancellor of the uni
144
Address of the university to Gardiner Aug 1553
150
Increase in the number proceeding to degrees
153
GONVILLE HALL
160
Changes enforced in the headships of St Johns Pembroke
177
Tuomas CARTWRIGHT
194
The Johnians reject the surplice
200
Bartholomew Clerke of Kings College
206
He is deprived of his fellowship
227
EDWARD DERING
234
His Answer to the Admonition
240
Death of archbishop Parker 17 May 1575
246
Change in the feelings of the Catholic party with respect to
253
Apparent success of Whitgifts policy judged by its results
262
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266
New statutes given to St Johns
267
He recommends Howland as his successor at Trinity
273
Others might have been better spared
279
STATE OF THE CONTINENTAL UNIVERSITIES
284
Renewed activity of the Puritan party
291
Reviving spirit of the Puritan party at Cambridge
298
Together with Robert Harrison of Corpus he leaves England
301
The proposal implied the endowment of research
307
The statute de Mora Sociorum
315
The chief subjects of complaint
322
FOUNDATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH
369
The measure chiefly owing to the foresight of Sir Thomas Smith
375
Consequent disappearance of the hostel
381
Counterpetition of the universities
385
THE UNDERGRADUATES OF THE PERIOD
391
Students from abroad resort to Cambridge as the chief
412
Perilous condition of those studies which were taught only
426
Election of the earl of Essex to the chancellorship
440
Personal influence of king James in the universities
446
Unanimity of the universitiesthe Cambridge letter to Oxford
452
He and Whitgift reconciled in their latter years
454
Fullers observatious on the results of this measure
462
Increasing importance of college history
467
553
468
John DAVENANT president of Queens A D 16141622
484
JOHN DUPORT master of Jesus College A D 15901618
490
Thomas Jegon niaster A D 16021617
496
EDWARD LIVELY professor of Hebrew A D 15751605
503
Thomas TAYLOR fellow of Christs College
509
Visit of prince Charles and the Elector Palatine Mar 1613
514
Conflict between the ecclesiastical courts and the common
527
The university lines the streets
544
Bacon proves to have anticipated their request
550
Effect of the royal visit on individual minds
552
THE SYNOD OF DORT
560
William Lucys Arminian sermon
568
170
643
The wealthier clergy required to maintain scholars at
645
560
649
The state of affairs at Cambridge far more favorable than that
651
Election of Richard Clayton to the mastership of St Johns
652
561
655
Conduct of the Heads on being called upon to take the oath
660
562
661
EMMANUEL and Christs Colleges
662
In conjunction with other of the Heads he prepares a new body
664
It is proposed that Chaderton shall retire and Preston be
665
237
670
VALENTINE Cary master of Christs A D 16021620
671
240
681
175
682
Criticism of Bacon on the defects of the universities in his day 437S

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