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

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Effect of the royal visit on individual minds
33
Masters of St Johns College
37
387
43
QUEENS COLLEGE
46
CREATION OF THE REGIUS PROFESSORSHIPS
52
The university frequently resorted to at this period
57
Statute of 1544 for the matriculation of students
63
Bequest of Hugh Dennis
70
Act for the Dissolution of Colleges
76
FOUNDATION OF TRINITY COLLEGE Dec 1546
81
FROM THE FOUNDATION OF TRINITY COLLEGE TO
87
genuine study
93
The irregular and unjust exercise of patronage
94
THE PROTESTANT UNIVERSITIES OF GERMANY
100
The authorities of the latter petition the Crown for
104
century
106
Dissensions among their followers
107
His death 12 Nov 1555
109
Disputations in honour of the Visitors the Eucharist being
114
His remonstrance elsewhere occasioned by the indolence
120
Surrender of the Carmelites
125
Circumstances unfavorable to the revival of the study
127
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
Burning of the remains of Bucer and Fagius
156
innovation
157
Foundation of Trinity College in 1554 and of the College
166
Changes enforced in the headships of St Johns Pembroke
177
18
179
Livings in the gift of the Crown promised to deserving students
183
Gardiner in 1555 Dr Mowse was a second time elected to the mastership
186
THOMAS CARTWRIGHT
194
He proceeds to attack the organisation of the English Church
207
RETURN OF THE MARIAN EXILES
212
19
221
Unpopularity of the new statutes
225
His subsequent career
228
399
237
His Answer to the Admonition
241
Other symptoms of Calvinistic feeling in the university
242
313
244
Change in the feelings of the Catholic party with respect to
253
108
254
193
280
Puritanism in the ascendant at the latter university
283
Renewed activity of the Puritan party
291
Reviving spirit of the Puritan party at Cambridge
298
JOHN SMITH
301
301
319
Dr Copcot master of Corpus Christi
322
23
327
THEODORE BEZA
330
Conduct of Robert Some
336
92
339
24
340
His efforts on behalf of the university library
342
The enlargement of the college accompanied by a decline
346
The press at Oxford
352
Doctrine and discipline
356
194
358
Outline of the history of the former
363
Inopportuneness of the agitation set on foot by Cartwright
368
GREEK
420
136
421
Gentilis
425
109
430
Performance of Club Law at Clare College
431
Warning afforded by the experiences of foreign universities
433
FROM THE DEATH OF LORD BURGHLEY ΤΟ
440
302
441
252
444
Essexs intervention is entreated
446
He and Whitgift reconciled in their latter years
454
Fullers observations on the results of this measure
462
Increasing importance of college history
466
EMMANUEL and CHRISTS Colleges
472
HUMPHREY TYNDALL president of Queens A D 15791614
478
408
483
JOHN DAVENANT president of Queens A D 16141622
484
JOHN DUPORT master of Jesus College A D 15901618
490
Opposing views of the two divinity professors
491
136
496
PETER BARO
502
195
503
137
504
Case of WILLIAM AMES a third fellow of Christs
510
Visit of prince Charles and the Elector Palatine Mar 1613
514
169
526
IGNORAMUS
528
Irritation of the lawyers
546
His high hopes
554
He is prohibited from preaching again without permission
560
He preaches before the King at Royston and makes
568
93
569
A Early Statutes of Trinity College
579
Evidence they supply of the impoverished state of
580
The monasteries themselves not altogether corrupt
628
303
631
North and South
635
410
643
The wealthier clergy required to maintain scholars at
645
243
648
306
649
Election of Richard Clayton to the mastership of St Johns
652
253
655
140
656
FOUNDATION OF SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE 1596 357
657
The malcontent party proceed to petition the chancellor
661
258
662
STATUTES given to the College in 1572
663
Reactionary symptoms
664
72
667
Gradual change in James views and sympathies
669
196
670
New statutes given to St Johns
671
Alleged increase in the number of competent preachers
672
The tutorial system much the same as
674
In conjunction with other of the Heads he prepares a new body
675
Death of Ascham Dec 1568
678
A knowledge of Latin required of all students at matricu
679
Furniture of the college chamber
680
General results of the contest as regards the relations of parties
681
333
682
The state of affairs at Cambridge far more favorable than that

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