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FROM THE MS. LIBRARY OF CORP. CHRIST, COLL.,
ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE
HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE,
DURING THE PERIOD OF THE REFORMATION,
FROM A.D. MD., TO A. D. MDLXXII.
JOHN LAMB, D.D.,
MASTER OF CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE,
YOUR UNIVERSITY OWES MUCH TO THE PROTECTION AND ENCOURAGEMENT OF
JOHN W. PARKER, WEST STRAND.
AN Abstract of the Composition between the UNIVERSITY and
Oratiuncula Magistri Roo ex Collegio Regali cum illuc venerat
Of the Excommunication of Dr. CLIFF, LL.D., Chancellor to
A Letter from Dr. Fox to the Vice-Chancellor respecting Mr.
The Address of Dr. BUCKMASTER, Vice-Chancellor, to the
A Letter from the KING to the University, requiring their
determination on the question, “Utrum ducere uxorem
fratris mortui sine liberis sit prohibitum jure divino et
The forme of the Grace which was axed and graunted in the
accomplishmente of the KYNGES request
The VICE CHANCELLOR'S Speech to the Senate upon his bringing