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BY 



HENRY RICHARDS LUARD, M.A. 

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PKEFACE. 



The Index, which is contained in the present volume, completes 
the Catalogue of the University MSS., with the exception of those 
styled ' Oriental,' which are kept and will be catalogued separately 
from the rest. An apology is scarcely needed for the length of time 
that has elapsed between the publication of the first volume and 
the appearance of the Index, which alone can give it general utility; 
for it was felt that to index volume by volume would give needless 
trouble to the literary inquirer ; and as the concluding volume of the 
Catalogue only appeared in February of the present year, that the 
whole index should be published before the end of the year, is 
probably as much as could have been expected. The index to the 
first four volumes was made some years ago, and was placed in 
MS. in the Library, both for the convenience of inquirers, and also 
with a view to its own examination, so that any deficiencies or errors 
might be pointed out and corrected. Since the whole was com- 
pleted, the correctness of every reference has been tested in two 
ways, and in all cases of doubt application has been made to the 
MSS. themselves. And as all the corrigenda are referred to in the 
index, it is hoped that the errors in the Catalogue itself will not be 
of serious importance, as in every case where an error has been 
ascertained to exist, the index refers to the correction at the same 
time as it gives a reference to the description of the MS. sought. 

The Index itself, it is believed, will be found sufficiently full— 
and so that any MS. can be discovered without difficulty; when- 
ever there seemed any doubt under which of two titles a MS. might 
be looked for, it has been given under both. No pains have been 
spared to secure accuracy; and while the Editor has had too much 

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experience in this kind of literary labour to hope that there are no 
errors in his work, he trusts that none of great importance will be 
discovered. 

A few words are perhaps called for in thus completing the Cata- 
logue of a collection of MSS. of so very miscellaneous a character. 
Coming as they do from different benefactors — and the greater por- 
tion from so indiscriminate a collector as Bp. Moore, — this character is 
only what we should expect : and as no attempt was made to class 
them when they first came into the Library, but they were placed 
on the shelves in the most careless manner, no regard being had 
to age, subject, or value, and very little even to size, this character- 
istick is the more marked to any one who turns over the pages of the 
volumes of the Catalogue, Poetry and History, Law and Theology, 
Service-books and collections of Letters, are placed side by side, 
utterly regardless of any connection or discrepance between them. 
The whole arrangement gives the idea, which was probably the fact, 
that after the printed books of the bishop's library had been ar- 
ranged and placed on the shelves, the librarians of the time were so 
utterly wearied out, that they took no pains of any kind with 
the MSS. 

Differences of opinion will exist as to whether it would not 
have been better to have made a new arrangement before begin- 
ning the catalogue. My own belief is, that it is best as it is : that 
the present arrangement has existed too long, and the MSS. have been 
too frequently quoted by these shelf marks, for any sudden alteration; 
the object of a catalogue is to enable persons to find any MS. they 
may desire and to describe it when found, as well as to show what 
the library contains ; and this is obtained by the preservation of 
the present arrangement better than by any fresh one. Of course 
if at any future time the whole collection should be re-arranged, a 
table, like that which is given in pp. IG 1—168 of the present volume, 
will obviate any difficulty. 

I proceed to point out under different heads what are the chief 
treasures of the collection. 



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Versio)is of the Scrijytures. Here, of course, the well-known Codex 
Bezag, or Codex D, (Nn. ii. 41) luust always take tho first place. 
Since the account of it in the 4th volume of the Catalotnio 
was puLlished, Mr Scrivener's edition has appeared — where it is 
believed every thing known about the MS. will be found. Of the 
other Greek Testaments the references given in the Index to 
Scholz's numbers will enable any one, who knows them only by his 
numbers, to find them at once. 

Of Latin Bibles there is of course a large collection ; from these 
may be selected for especial notice Ee. iv. 28, which contains the 
fourth book and the older version of the third book of Esdras; 
Ee. I. IG, which contains the first two chapters of the fourth book ; 
and tbe beautiful specimen of minute writing, Ii. vi. 22. 

Of more ancient copies the small four Gospels in Irish characters 
(Ii. VI. 32) and the grand specimen of early Saxon or Irish writing 
(unfortunately imperfect) Kk. I. 24, may be mentioned. The Anglo- 
Saxon Gospels (Ii. II. 11), the Anglo-Saxon Psalter (Ff. I. 23), both 
given to the University by Archbishop Parker, Bp. Bedell's Irish 
Bible (Dd. ix. 7, see Vol. V. p. 587), the Vaudois ver.sions of some 
books of the Old Testament and Apocrypha (Dd. XV. 29, 31) and of 
the New Testament (Dd. xv. 34), and the early Flemish Harmony of 
the Gospels (Dd. xil. 2.5) are of especial value. 

Greek MSS. In these the Library is weak ; there were but few 
in the Moore collection, and most of those which the University pos- 
sesses were obtained at Dr Askew's sale in 1785 \ The most valuable 
of those in the Library before this date are perhaps the collection of 
Canons and other Synodical Documents of the thirteenth century, 
marked Ee. IV. 29, and the copy of the Testaments of the twelve 
Patriarchs (Ff i. 24), which it is not improbable was the identical 
MS. owned by Grosseteste, and brought to him from Athens in 1242'. 

Theolofjij. In collections of works of the Latin fathers and school- 

1 Of these the most important is the Thueydides (Nn. in. 18). 
^ See the present writer's preface to Grosseteste's Letters, p. liii. Rolls series of 
Chronicles and Memorials, 1801. 



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men, the Library is very rich ; and the same may be said of the 
EngHsh devotional works of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries ; 
there being a large number of tracts attributed to Hampole and 
Wye] if 

History. Here too the collection is very extensive. Capgrave's 
Chronicle (Gg. iv. 12), The Bulk of the Chroniclis of Scotland (Kk. 
II. 16), The French Metrical Life of Edward the Confessor (Ee. III. 59), 
Richard of Cirencester (Ff. I. 28), Pecock's Repressor of over blaming 
of the Clergy (Kk. iv. 26) have been recently published from MSS. 
in this Library in the Rolls series of Chronicles and Memorials. 
There are also MSS. of Gildas, Nennius, Henry of Huntingdon, 
Higden, William of Malmesbury, Robert de Monte, Simeon of* Dur- 
ham, Giraldus Cambrensis, the Itinerarium regis Ricardi (here in- 
correctly given to Geoffrey Vinsauf), and others of the chief English 
historians, while the earliest known MS. of Bede's Ecclesiastical 
History, from which Smith published his edition in 1722, is also 
preserved here (Kk. V. 16). 

Poetry. Besides the MSS. of Chaucer, Lydgate, and Piers Plow- 
man, there is a great deal that comes under this head among the 
MSS., Latin, English, and French. The anonymous pieces will be 
found in the index, alphabetically arranged as far as possible in their 
several languages under the head of Poetry. How rich the collec- 
tion is in Early English romances, both in prose and poetry, will 
be eaisily seen by observing how much that the Early English Text 
Society has published comes from it. The curious collection of metri- 
cal Sei-mons (Dd. i. 1), which has been used by Mr Small in his 
recent edition (Edinb. 1802), may be especially singled out for 
notice. Of Scotch poetry, the most important is the volume tran- 
scribed by John Roidpeth (LI. v. 10), apparently from the MS. in 
the Pepysian Library. Of Italian poetry, with the exception of three 
fine MSS. of Dante (Gg. iii. 6, Mm. ii. 3), there is scarcely any- 
thing. 

Service Boohs. Here also the Library is rich. The very beauti- 
ful early Winchester Pontifical, possibly used at the coronation of 



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Richard I. (Ee. Ii. 23) and that of Bishop Riissol of Liim.hi (^[rn. 
III. 21), also a very splendid MS., though nmch later, have funiishcd 
Mr Maskell with some of the most valuable portions of his Monu- 
menta Ritualia Ecclesice Anglicance. There is also a fair number 
of Breviaries and Missals, and a few Manuids and other Service 
Books. Of the Breviaries, that (unfortunately imperfect) executed 
for Mary de Valence, Countess of Pembroke, in France, in the reign 
of Edward III. (Dd. V. 5), and the beautiful English one (Dd. x. GG), 
written in 1435, are the most valuable: of the Missals, perhaps the 
Tewkesbury one (Gg. III. 21) is the most interesting, its Kalcndar 
containing a number of valuable obituary notices. There is one 
very fine Antiphonary of Salisbury use (Mm. ii. i)). 

Of Monastick Cartularies, the Library contains the whole or por- 
tions of those of Ouston (Dd. iii. 87, § 20)," Combwell (Dd. ill. 88, §7), 
S. Edmundsbury (Ee. ill. 60, Ff ii. 29, Ff ii. 33, Gg. iv. 4, Mm. iv. 
1.9), Christ Church, Canterbury (Ee. V. 31), S. Gregory's Priory, Can- 
terbury (LI. II. 15), Bromholme (Mm. Ii. 20), and Deer (Ii. VI. 32), 

Law. Under this head are many collections of ancient Statutes, 
both English (especially the well-known Lufiield MS. Ee. l. 1) and 
Scotch (Ee. IV. 21). Most of the MSS. of the Statutes have been 
used for the edition published by the Record Commission. Among 
the Year-books, Dd. \ai. 14, which contains the cases of the 20th 
and 21st years of Edward L, is the earliest known MS. of this 
description. They have been recently published from it by Mr Hor- 
wood in the series of Chronicles and Memorials. 

Treatises on Astronomy, Astrology, and Alchemy abound in the 
collection. 

Of Anglo-Saxon MSS., besides the Gospels which have been 
already mentioned, the most important are King Alfred's translation 
of Bede (Kk. III. 18), from which Wheelock edited that work, his 
translation of S. Gregory de Cura Pastovali {l\. II. 4) of the lltli 
century, and the volumes of Homilies and Passions of Saints (Gg. 
III. 28, Ii. I. 33, Ii. IV. G). 

Of the Waldensian MSS., given by Morland, the more modem 



portion will be found very fully described in the Catalogue; the 
earlier and more valuable, though they had remained in their places 
on the shelves since he gave them, had been supposed to be lost 
from their being of a different size and therefore placed on a differ- 
ent shelf to the rest. And Nasmith's error in not perceiving their 
connexion with the others and supposing them to be Spanish, led his 
successors into the same ; and they remained thus undiscovered and 
uncared for till their identification by Mr Bradshaw in 1862. His 
description is so full and is so readily to be obtained, both in the Cam- 
bridge Antiquarian Society's publications and in Dr Todd's reprint 
(see Vol. V. p. 589), that it has not been thought necessary to give it 
here, especially as the descriptions in the Catalogue with all their 
errors shew what the contents of the volumes are. 

Miscellaneous. Of the very curious collection of precedents and 
warrants under the Great Seal (Dd. III. 53), drawn up it has been 
supposed for the use of the keeper of the Great Seal, there is a very- 
full description in the Catalogue. Every article that it was found 
possible to place under a definite head will be found in the index, so 
that it is hoped reference to any portion of its contents will be easy. 
The curious MS. of Juvencus (Ff iv. 42), with the specimen of the 
ancient British language, of which M. de la Villemarqu^ has given 
some specimens, merits a passing notice. The collection of docu- 
ments and Statutes relating to S. Paul's Cathedral (Ee. V. 21) is of 
especial value ; — and the process of the legates in the divorce case of 
Henry VIII. and Katharine of Arragon (Dd. xiii. 26) may be men- 
tioned among the most curious MSS. 

Of specimens of the art of the illuminator and designer, there 
are not very many of a very high order. The beautiful life of 
Edward the Confessor (Ee. iii. 59), mentioned above, with elaborate 
coloured pictures in every page, written probably for Queen Eleanor 
in 124.5, may be singled out as the best specimen in the Library 
of English art of the time, as the volume of allegorical poetry and 
letters of Jehan Robcrtet, secretary to the Duke of Bourbon (Nn. 
III. 2), is a very elaborate and beautiful specimen of late French 



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illumination. Tlic two volumes of S. Bonavcntura's Commentary on 
the Sentences (Gg. ill. 22, 23) have very elaborate and richly paintr<l 
borders; these were executed in Italy in 14St. Of Saxon art, the 
curious book of Cerne (LI. i. 10) may be instanced. Of Irish, the 
book of the Clericks of Deer (li. vi. 32), of which a facsimile has 
been given in the volume of facsimiles of national MSS. of Scotland, 
is a remarkable specimen. The only instance of Portuguese illumi- 
nation is in the Breviary executed at Horta in the Azores in 1489 
(Mm. V. 21). The Commentary on the Apocal}'pse by Alexander 
de Hales (Mm. v. 31) has been pronounced by Professor Westwood 
an almost unique specimen of the kind of illustration. The Bene- 
dictionale (Nn. iv. 1), executed for Robert le Clerc, abbat of the 
Dunes in the 16tli century, contains a number of very beautiful 
Flemish pictures. Of a different class are the drawings in the 
different copies of the Liber Bestiarum of Hugo of S. Victor (Gg. vi. 5, 
li. IV. 26, Kk. IV. 25, § 10), the last of which are coloured. 

Of the collections of Letters^ a sufficiently full description has, it 
is believed, been given in all cases; the collection of K. James's 
letters (Ff. iv. 25) is among the most curious, as none of them seem 
to have been printed. 

Of the Strype Correspondence, a separate index has been given 
in Vol. V. of the Catalogue, which contains the account of them ; 
reference to this index has been given under each of the names in 
the general index. Of the Baker MSS. it is hoped that no entry 
deserving of notice has been passed over. 

The present index also contains references to every book de- 
scribed in the separately printed volume of Adversaria, which gives 
an account of all the printed books Avith MS. notes in the Librar>'. 

I cannot close this preface without expressing my sense of the 
great assistance I have had from H. Bradshaw, Esq. Fellow of King's 
College and Librarian of the University. His intimate knowledge of 
the MSS., his widespread acquaintance with the literature relating to 
almost all of them, and his readiness at all times to give assistance, 



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are known too well to require any additional mention on my part : 
but there must of necessity be a pleasure in acknowledging how 
much the labour of making this index has been alleviated by thp 
sympathy and assistance I have had from him in the process. 

Lastly, I can only express a hope that the usefulness of the 
Catalogue and the index will at least in some degree be com- 
mensurate with the time and pains it has cost : how great these 
have been, those only who have ever done anything of the sort 
can appreciate. I shall not however regi'et my share in them, if 
the index is the means of making the contents of the MS. Library 
of the University more accessible to scholars, and more known to 
literary inquirers generally. 

Cambridge, 

Dec. 14, 1867. 



Contents of the six volibies of the Catalogue. 

I. Dd. 

IL Ee, Ff. 

IIL Gg, Hh, li, Kk. 

IV. LI, Mm, Nn, Oo, Pp, Qq. 

V. Baumgartner Papers, containing the Strype Correspondence 
with separate index and Patrick Papers, Baker MSS., Additional 
MSS., Corrigenda. 

A. Catalogue of Adversaria, i. e. of printed books with MS. 
notes, with separate index. 

The names of the authors of the descriptions of the diflferent 
^ISS. are given at the beginning of each volume. 



ADDENDA. 

To Ancharano, Jacobus de, add i. 20 

Ben-edictis, Jacobcs de, „ IV. 29y 

^"^"O^ ., V. ELIZABETn, QCEEN. 



INDEX. 



The mt7nhers refer to the volumes a7id pages of the Cataloffue. 
pages in Vol. IV. arc designated l/y a • {pp. 357* — 372*). 
is denoted by A. 



The erroneously numbered 
The volume of Advertana 



PE Abbate, Abbatliia, et Abbatissa, in. 227 
Abbatis Villa, Johannes de. Expositio 

Epistolanim et Evaugeliorum, in. 6(53 
Abbey AND Church Lands, grants of, i. 355 
Suirender of abbeys uiider Henry YIII. 
V. 380 
Abbotsbury : Processus in vi«itatione S. 
Mepham (1331), in. 279 [v. Coit. v. 599] 
Abbott, George, Archbp. of Canterbury': 
Correspondence with Bishop Jegon 
about W. Sayer's case (1612), iv. 439 
Do homicidio casuaU ad negotium do- 
mini archiepiscopi Cantuariensis, 
III. 36 
Faculties, absolutions, dispensations, 

granted by, v. 391 
Letter in behalf of the priests in the 

CUnke, iv. 285 
Letter to a Bishop, 4 Sept. 1622, v. 263 
Letter to James I. on the illegality of 
divorce propter maleficium, 5 July 
1613, I. 294, III. 159 
Letters to Jegon, v. 355 
Speech to James I. on the Spanish 

match, 1623, v. 583 
Dispensation to (1621), v. 398 
Abbotts Ripton, institutions of rectors, 

&c. V. 489, 490 
DE Abbreviaturis Gr^cis, TV. 510 

A-B-C-DARIUS, I. 406 

Abdy, Robert, letter to P. del Sera, v. 387 
Abelard, Peter. Sic et non, in. 633 
Abendana, Isaac. See Covel's Correspond- 
ence. 
Abgarus. See Apocryphal writings. 
Abingdon Chronicon, v. Hcmingburgh. 

Monastery, survey of lands for- 
merly belonging to, 2 and 3 Phil, and 
Mary, in. 166 

martyrologium of, in. 591 

Abington, Great, grant of, to P. Parris, 

V. 378 

Little, appropriation of, to Pentney 

Priorj-, V. 291. 457 

grant of, to P. Parris, v. 378 
the true patron of, v. 322 



DE AbSOLUTIONE, III. 227 

casus in quibns absolulio sedi Aposto- 
licfc rcservatur, in. 408 
Abuohtim Sayd. Liber de menaurntione 
tigurarum superficiahum et corporea- 
riimi, IV. 134 
Acc.ADENSis [i.e. of Achoury" Simon epi- 
scopus : Commission to act as suffragan 
for the Bishop of Ely, v. 484 
Accounts, books of, i. 530, 531 
AccuRsius. Apparatus in Justiuiannm, 
I. 12 

Apparatus in Constitutiones Feudo- 
rum, I. 12 
AcHARDUs. Sermo super Evangelinm Duc- 
tus est Jesus, in. 508 
Achilles Tatius. to. iwl AevKlTrinjv Kal 

K\€LTO(pwina, III. 234 
Acle, orders agreed upon for the House 

of Correction at, 1611, i. 272 
Acre, monastery of. Compositio cum 

monastt'iio de Bromholm, in. 410 
Action, forms of. A treatise on, i. 485 
Acton Burnel, Statutum de, ii. 3. Vide 

Statuta. 
Adams, Thomas (sen.). Letters to Wbee- 
lock, I. 74 

(jun.). Letters to Wheelock, i. 74 

Adamus Carthusiensis. Scala Clanstra- 
lium, ni. 537 (? by Guigo^ 
De xii utilitatibus tribulationis, in. 
537, IV. 295 
Ademea. Liber de mensuratione, iv. 134 
Admiralty, rates of, for the manshal, 
temp. Eliz. i. 406 

Court. De modo inchoaudi ac- 

tiones, i. 58 
Adrianus Carthusiensis. Liber dc rome- 

diis utriusqne fortuuas iv. 103 
Advowsons, warrants rcsprcting, I. 108. 142 
Forms for presentations to, i. 45 

iEDILWLFUS LlNDISFARNENSIS. Dc ftbbft- 

tibus et miracuUs ejusdcm ecclesin?, 
n. 324 
.a^GiDius RoMANUs. Dc rcgiminc princi- 
pum. 1. 102, 11.411, in. 378. 457.471. 606 

In Englisli by Occleve, in. 222. 291. 

In French, n. 33 



iEciDirs RoMANTS. De Eegimine princi- 
pum. Index to, by J. Ihaj-tou, ii. 471 
Tlieoreiuata de existeutia Corporis 

Cliristi in Hostia, iii. 655 
De peccato originali, iii. 655 
De esse et essentia, iii. 655 

CoKBEiENSis : De Urinis cum com- 

meutario, ii. 37, in. 212 

fkater: Tractatusdecometis ,111.647 

JiLFRic. Liber catboliconim sermonun 
(Anglo-Saxon), iii. 71—81 
Minor works, extracts, &c. (Anglo- 
Saxon), in. 81 
Dc temporibus anni, in. 81 
De penitentia, in. 81 (Anglo-Saxon) 
Epistola de Cauonibus, in. 82 (Anglo- 
Saxon) 
Translation of Genesis into Anglo- 
Saxon, in. 358 
Latin Grammar, in. 261 
^LIAX. raKTiKa, in. 700 
Aelrep, S. De vera amicitia, in. 536 
^scniNES. Oratio iu Ctesiphoutem et Epi- 
stolaj (Lat.) a Leonardo Aretino, in. 368 

Notes on, by Taylor, A. 16 

(Pseud.) iwLaToKri, in. 720 

Notes on, by Dobree, A. 67, 69 

^scuYLCS. Tevos, iv. 483 

Upofi-riBiVi, IV. 488 (bis) 
■ETTTd iirl Qv^as, IV. 488, 489 
lUpjai, IV. 488, 489 
Anonjmous notes on, A. ICT. 61. 63 
Notes, collations, &c. by 
Askew, A. 6. 11. 20. 26 
Bentley, A. 27 
Bourdelot, A. 22 
Casaubon, A. 26. 34 
Castelvetro, A. 11 
Dobree, A. 71. 78 
Jacob, H., A. 5. 34 
Needbam, A. 5. 11 
Pearson, A. 5. 34 
Eobortello, A. 11 
Scaliger, A. 12. 21 
Stanley-, ni. 66, A. 2. 61 
Voss, G. J., A. 12 
Walker, .J., A. 12 
Scholia, notes on, by Stanley, A. 61 
Index verborum to, A. 9 
Mbop. Mvffoi, III. 510 

in Anglo-Norman verse by Marie de 

France, n. 261 
at Tunbridge (1698), iv. 479 
^Tiiici CosMooRAi'HiA : notcs on, by Cas- 
aubon, A. 35 
/Etna, in. 706 [edited from this MS. by 

H. A. J. Munro. Camb. 1867J 
ArFiNiTATia Fir.tJRA, I. 326 
Akuicaxus. Airtyrjfftt wepl tQv iv Tlfpcrioi 
yivofx^vwp 6(4 ttjs ifayOpwnriueus 'ItjctoC 
Xp«(TToG, IV. 79 
AfiATHA, H., convent of, near Rugemont. 
License to the Cliancellor to give lands, 
&c. to, I. 116 



Agathemerus. tov 'OpdZvos y€uypa(f>lai 

VTTOTVirWClS, III. 59 

Agilon, Walter. Judicium uruiariimi, 

I. 301 

Aglionby, William. Copies of letters of, 

1669-1671,1.457 
Journal of a voyage into France, i. 457 
Agnesi, Maria Gaetana. The plan of the 

lady's system of analyticks, by Colson, 

II. 74 

Analytical Listitutions, translated by 
Colson, n. 74 
AiLMER. Liber scientialis et sacramen- 

talis. III. 455 
AiNswoRTH, Robert. Letters to Strype, 

r. Index, v. 141 
Akehurst, Alexander. Charge against 

(1614), I. 214 
Alabaster, William. Eoxana, Tragcedia, 
n. 340 
mandate for his degi'ee, v. 312 
Letter from the ecclesiastical commis- 
sioners to Dr Jegon respecting, v. 201 
Absolution of, by Abp. Abbott, v. 391 
Alanus de Instjlis. Summa de arte pras- 
dicaudi, n. 491, in. 340 
De sex alis cherubim, n. 491, in. 16, 
315. 671, IV. 360*. 380; figm-e from, 
in. 177 
Liber Pcenitentialis (extr. fr.), n. 491 
Enchiridion de conquestu natm-a;, ii. 

515 
Anti-Claudianus, ii. 516 ; summary of, 
n. 516 
Alanus, Gulielmus (Cardinal). Prfelec- 

tiones in Sentent. Lib. 1, 2. in. 26 
A Lasco Johannes. De tollendo vestium 
peculiarium usa in ministerio ecclesise, 
IV. 221 
Alban, Roger. A genealogical table from 

Adam to the Apostles, i. 151 (bis) 
Alban's, S., Monastery of. Foi-mulary of, 
n. 126 
Accounts, memoranda of lands, &c. ii. 

129, 130 
Extracts from the registers, ii. 84 
Memorandum de processions facienda, 

I. 425 
Citation by the abbat (1338) to a chap- 
ter of Benedictines, i. 390 
Courts of, held at different i)laces, n. 129 
Letter of an abbat [John] to the Bishop 
of Salisbury, n. 130 
Albemarle, George Monck, duke of: 
Narrative concerning the miscarriages in 
the late war, in. 474, iv. 318 
Letters to Lonthall, v. 410 
Prcamlilo to the patent creating him 
diiko, V. 429 
CinusToi'iiER MoNCK, duke of : Man- 
date for his election as Chancellor of 
Cambridge, v. 223 
Ai-BERTANUB Brixiensis. Dc doctrina di- 
ccudi et tacendi, n. 134, in. 537 



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Alukrtan'us Buixiensis. Liber conso- 
latiouis et couailii, ii. 134 
De amoro Dei et Ue ililoctione Dei ct 

proxiiui, II. IHo 
Scimones, ii. 135 
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eh 'Erewi/^a iTriKrjoeios, I. 451 
'llpaK\i)s, I. 223 
AevKTpiKol \6yoi, iv. 500 

Sopatris Pra'fatio in (Gr.), iv. 85 

Aristides Quintilianvs. irepi piov<nKijs, 

ni. 676 
Aristophanes, notes on, by 
Anon., A. 43 
Biseto, A. 32 
Dobrce, A. 67. 72. 73. 78 
Hcmstcrhuirt, A. 70 
Valckcnier, A. 40. 80 
nXovTos, IV. 474. 484. 485, 486; ^x^Xia, 
I. 461, IV. 484. 485 

irepi fxirpuv iv t<^ IlXoiJr^, I. 462 

Notes ou, bv Anon.. .\. 17 

I)ol)ree, A. 73 
Hcrniaiin, .\. 14 
Valckcnar, .\. 14 
Ne0Ao«, IV. 474.481, 48.',. 1h6: Sx-^Xto, 
I. 162, IV. 484, 48.5; vwbOiais. i. 4f,2 



8 



Aristophakes. Xe^Ao*. repl fiirpwv iv T(p 
'S«p(\ais, I. 462 

Notes on, by Dobree, A. 73 

Hermaim, A. H 
Eeiz, A. 44 
^aTpaxoi, IT. 485, 486 ; ^xf>>^K^' I- 462, 
TV. 486; vw66eais, i. 462; irepi fjLirpwv 
ev ^arpaxois, I. 462 
Achamians, notes on, by Anon., A. 19 
Boissonade, A. 28 
Dobree, A. 72 
Knights, notes on, by Hemsterhuis, A. 
80 
Valckenaer, A. 80 
Fragmenta, notes on, by Dobree, A. 73 
Sanxay's Lexicon to, notes on, by 

Dobree, A. 74 
Bios, by Thomas Magister, iv. 474. 485 
Abistotle. Epistola ad Alexandrum de 
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I. 285, III. 425 
Analj-tica Posteriora (Lat.), iv. Ill 
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de natmis animalimn (Lat.) per Mich. 
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de motu auimalium (Lat.), iii. 380; de 

progressu animaUum, in. 381 
repl iperCiv, extr. fr., i. 218 
(Pseud.), de causis et proprietatibus 

rerum (Lat.), in. 381 
de coloribus (Lat.), in. 381, extr. (Lat.), 

IV. 183 
Epistolffi (Gr.), I. 220 
'H^Kcd, III. 495 

(Lat.), per Leonardum Aretinum, i. 

492 ; cum commento, iii. 242 [v. 
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223; summa, in. 710 
de generatione et corniptione, in. 380 

(Lat.), extr. fr. (Lat.), iv. 22 
de inundatione Nili (Lat.), in. 381 
de joventute et senectute (Lat.), in. 

380 
Tipl KOfffiov (extr.) i. 219 (Lat.), in. 382, 

extr. fr., iv. 183 
de memoria et reminiscentia (Lat.), 

n. 48, ni. 380 
Metapliysica (Lat.), n. 48, in. 383; 
8chol.(Gr.)on, ni. 678; by Syrianus, 
IV. 89 
Meteorn (Lat.), n. 47, in. 380 
de UntiH indiviHibilibus (Lat.), in. 381 
de morte et vita (Lat.), in. 381 
dc longitudinc et brevitate vita (Lat.), 

in. HH() 
de mirnhilihus, extr. fr. (Gr.), i. 219 
PhyHica (Lat.), n. 47, in. 379 
Ttpl ovpavov (extr.), i. 218 (Lat.). n. 

47. ni. .379 
Phy-ionomia (Lat.), m. .S81 
de Plantia (Lat.), in. 383 



Aristotle. OkopofiiKds, in. 496 

(Pseud.), De Porno (Lat.), ni. 169. 382 
iroXiTiKo., extr. fr. , i. 223 
Liber Problematuni secundum speciem 
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T^X*"? prrropLKTi, n. 481; extr. fr. (Gr.), 
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pTjTopLKr] Trpbs ' AX^^avSpov, I. 220 — 223 

(Lat.), m. 382 
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(Pseud.), Secreta Secretorum (de re- 
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de somnio et vigilia (Lat.), in. 380 
de spiritu et respii-atione (Lat.), in. 381 
Quo cibo nutriatur in corpore conceptus 

(Lat.), in. 2 
Extr. var. (Lat.), iv. 181 
Notes of Alexander Kos on the Cate- 
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Notes on the De Poetica, by Dobree, 

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Lectures on, iv. 528 
Trept 7^»'oi'S 'ApiaroriXovs, in. 14 
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Aristoxenus. 'Ap/xovLKci CToix^'ia, in. 694 
Arhhmetick. Treatise on the higher 
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Tract on (Lat.), in. 215, (Gr.) iii. 696, 

(Fr.) I. 430 
Exercise book in, i. 377 
Tabula minutiarum proportionalium, 
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Canon super prtedictam tabulam, in, 

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Armandus de Bello Visu. Kesponsioues 
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Of English nobles from William I. to 

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Grant of, by Clarencieux king-at-arms 

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Of the lords in parliament (1515), i. 

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Office of a king of, i. 503 
Fees due to the officers of, i. 603 
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AuNOLTUS OF Cluony. Scmio iu cuucilio 
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Visio nivsticii do libro 7 sigillis signato, 
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Commission signed by Charles I. for 
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Earls of, pedigree, ii. 28 
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Letter ordering him to give credence to 
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As.vph, S. Eevocation of the confirma- 
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Boetbius, A. 23, 24 
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Sophocles, A. 22. 
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I. 104; r. Philoposus, Alexander, 

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Tabula fortunae secundum xii. signa, 

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Signa et domus, rv. 301 
Astronomy. Tracts on (Lat.), in. 215. 
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The wj-se boke of, ii. 164, iv. 67 
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Compositio astrorum speculi pjeneralis, 

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Canones de equatione planetaiiim et 

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Motus medii planetanim in 36000 annis, 

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De uominibus variorum instrumento- 

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De ascensiouibus nubium, in. 324 
De qiiautitate longitudinis capitis Arie- 

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De Terrae occultationibus et apparitio- 

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Radices stellarum fixarum, in. 326 
Theorica de motibus lunae et planet- 
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Tabulae Astronomies, ni. 215. 302, 303 ; 

for Chronological use, ii. 174 
Lunar and Planetaiy tables, in. 302 
Tabulze ad inveniendum locum Solis, 

III. .328 

Tabulae latitudinum Planetarum, in. 

345 
Tabulae mediorum motuum argument! 

Solis et Planetarum, iv. 182 
Tabulae revolutionis solis et lunae 

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302 
Tabula ad ecicndum quis planeta do- 

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Table for finding the Sun's place from 

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irtpl ovpavov Kal rOiv iv avTi2 ^wSitav re 

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vepl Karapx^v Ik twv SwoeKa rpbirov 

'Op<piws Karit. ftiota, iv. 65 
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Ttpl (pva(w%, iTfpl Thnov Kal xp^fov, irepl 

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'Kjrt(rroX7j irpbi'Pov<f)iai'6i', u. 162 
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Vila H. Antonii (Lat.), ab Kvagrio, iv. 

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dc Kx)iortatione monachorum (Lat.). 
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Athen.iius. irepl ny)xavrinaT(j}v, iv. 83 

Notes on, by Dubree, A. 68. 78 

Hermann, A. 40 
Athexagokas, notes on, by Pearson, A. 39 ; 

Morell, A. 17 
Athol, Elizabeth de Strabolgi, Countess 

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Notes and instructions for practice in 
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Admonitio ut non solum lingua, sod et 
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De Adulteriuis Conjugiis, in. 352. 365. 

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Contra adversarium legis et Propho- 

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718 
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Epistola ad Armentarium et Pauli- 

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Senuo Arrianorum, in. 402. 466 
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Senno do Baptismo, in. 413 



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AuorsTiNcs, S. lie Cantico novo, ii. 350, 
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Liber de Ctiritiite, in. G18; Sermones 

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de Cataclvsmo, in. 349. 413. 437 

de Civitate Dei, i. 28, n. 419, in. 028, 

IV. 315. Index to, i. 33, n. 471 
Collatioues ad fratres suos iu ercmo, ii. 

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de Concordia Evangelistarum, iv. 20 
CoQfessioues, in. 394. 001. 019 
de conflictu virtutiun ct vitiorum, ii. 

438 
de bouo coujugali, in. 352. 304. 001. 

611 
de X. cordis, ii. 409, in. 352. 511. 054 
de correptione ct gratia, in. 012, iv. 09 
de cruce, in. 352 
de ciira pro mortiiis gerenda, in. 402, 

400 
de decern plagis et praeceptis, n. 440, 

in. 353. 053 
de decimis reddendis, in. 354. 517. 054 
de differentia spiritns et animse, i. 233. 

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de diffinitionibus rectse fidei, ii. 43. 53. 

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de disciplina Christiana, ii. 437. 409 
de divinatione Demoniuu, in. 353 
de doctrina Christiana, ii. 438, in. 

412. 001. 052. 055 
adversus Donatistas de Baptismo, ii. 

405 
de duabns animabus, ii. 440, in. 413. 

602. 610. 050 
de ebrietate, in. 352. 054 
de ecclesiasticis dogmatibtis (Genna- 

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Enchiridion ad Laurcutiiim, i. 29, n. 

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QnaestiouesE vangeliomm, n. 21, in. 407 
Senno de Excidio iirbis Eoiuie, in. 

438. 459. 507. 593 

de facixltatibus ecclesifc, in. 353 
contra Fanstnm, in. 400 
contra Felicem in aetibns, in. 402 
contra FcUcianiim Arrianiuu, i. 331, 

II. 356, ni. 350 
Sermo de fide, in. 437. 458. 593 
de fide ac synibolo, in. 430. 592 
de tide ad i'ctrum (FiUgeutii), n. 411. 

470, in. 412. 651 
de filio prodigali (extr. fr. Qnjest. E- 

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Actus contra Fortunatnni, in. 403 
Expositio super Epistolam ad Gala- 

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AronsTiNi's, S. de Genpsi ad liternm. i. 

375, n. 437, in. .•tH7. (;49, iv. 2(>; In.Kx 

to, n. 425 

Gnicfs for each day in the week, ii. 525 

de (triitiii et liliero nrbitrio, iv. 09 

de tribus Imbitaciilis, i. 47^, n. 251. 

293, in. 23H. 400. 732 (Liber I'a- 

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de hieresibufl, in. 612 
contra (juinque haereses, i. 319, ni. 41-1. 

610 
EpistoloD ad S. Hieronj-mntn cum rc- 

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412 
Epistohi ad Cirillum do transitu Ilicro- 

nynii, i. 405, in. 151. 512 
de honestate muliernm, in. 299. 353 
de huiuilitate et obedientia, in. 350 
Hypomnesticon, n. 356. 438. 441, in. 

349. 354. 508. 611 (Lib. vi.) 
de igne purgatorio, n. 469, in. 44. 460. 

507. 618. 732, iv. 20 
de imagine et similitudine (bv S. Am- 
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410. 400; (Eng.), m. 530. 546 [r. 

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de immortalitato anima;, i. 58, ii. 439. 

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de vera innocentia, n. 441, in. 050 
ad inquisitiones Januarii, n. 438, iii. 

438. 511. 593 
Epistola ad Italicam, in. 652 
Tractatus 124 in Evangelium S. Jo- 

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Sermo de beato Joseph, in. 602 
Liber ad comitem Juhanum, in. 351, 

IV. 393 
Contra Jiilianum, in. 403 
Sermo de non jurando, in. 461 
de laudc Dei, in. 351 
de beato latiouc, n. 4.39, in. 238. 353 
de libero arbitrio, n. 350. 440. 409, in. 

609 
de litera et spiritu, n. 356, in. 613 
de magistro, i. 58 

contra epistolam Manich;corum, n. 435 
Epistola ad Marccllinum, n. 357. 466 
contra Maximinum hsereticiim alterca- 

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Meditationes, i. 492, n. 259, in. 44, iv. 

13 
contra mendacium, n. 350, in. 461. 610. 

050 
de mendacio, n. .355, in. 461. 610. 650 
de militia spiritnali, n. 297, mi. 351 
de mirabilibus divinie Scrii>turio, ii. 

440, in. 612. 650 
de moribus ecdesite, ii. 355 
de musica, in. 654 
do natura boni, n. 355. 468, in. 612 
de natura et gratia, iv. OH 
de natura et voluntate, in. .353 
de nuiitiis et coucupisccutia, til. 364, 

IV. 68 



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ArocsTiKTS, S. Senno de obedientia, in. 
365 
de observationibus ecclesiasticis, ii. 53 
de opere monachonim, in. 612 
Admomtio de Oratione Dominica, ii. 44 
Sermo super Oratiouem Dominicam, 

III. 150. 460 
de Ordine rermn, i. 57 
responsioues ad Orosium, i. 375, ii. 

468, III. 162 
de vi qiHEstiouibus Paganorum, in. 461 
exceptiones de tribus libris contra Par- 

menium, in. 438 
de Pastoribus, i. 320 
contra Pelagium et Celestiiim de gratia 

Christi et de originali peccato, in. 403 
de perfectione justitiae bominum, iv. 68 
sermo de perjurio, n. 437, in. 351. 438. 

593 
de dono perseverantise, i. 331, m. 651 
Sermones de poenitentia, i. 478, n. 250. 

468, in. 3.53. 467. 592. 611, iv. 528 
de vera et falsa pctniteutia, i. 477, n. 

469, in. 306. 351, iv. 336 

de praedestiuatione divina, in. 353 

de prajdestiuatione Sanctorum, i. 331, 

II. 468, in. 651 
Enarrationes in Psalmos, i. 9. 322. 337 
Tractatiis in Psalmos 1 — 51, in. 28; 

in Psalmos 101—150, in. 617 
de utilitate Psalmorum, in. 653 
Psalterium causa suae matris Monicae, 

II. 525 
de pugna animae, n. 43 
Quam bonum sit lectiones divinas le- 

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Qnasstiones 83, n. 439, ni. 601. 609 
de qiuestionibus veteris et novi Testa- 
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de quantitate animae, i. 58. 235, n. 435. 

440 
de quarta feria, in. 413. 437. 614 
Eegula ad servos Dei, i. 541, iv^24; 

(Eng.), II. 535 
cum expos. Hugonis de S. Victore, 
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de Kcsurrectione, in. 654 
Ketractationes, i. 57. 320, n. 436. 468, 

in. cm. 632. 652 
Pars prima florum in Epistola ad Eo- 

mauoH, I. 330 
Liber in quasdam propositiones in 

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de Sennone Domini in monte, n. 419, 

ni. 28 
Strmonefl, ii. 292. 439, in. 388, 389. 

391. 438. 458. 507. 613. 654. 659— 

662. 732, IV. 386 

do verbis Domini, in. 28. 

.347. 427. 613 
de verbis Apostoli, in. 28. 

.347. 427. 613 
de tempore, i. 527 
denativitatoDomini,iii.461 



AuGusTiNus, S. Sermones in Pascha, in. 
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Sermo de eo quod nibil est gloria 
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de Epipbauia, in. 432 

de faciendis eleemos;ynis, in. 438. 

593 

in Natali Apostolorum Petri et 

Pauli, III. 433 

ad populum in Paraseeue (de tem- 



pore Barbarico),iii. 413. 437. 459. 614 
in 1 Cor. iii. 11, i. 415 [v. Corr. 

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610. 651 
de spiritu et anima, in. 43; Tabula 

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Expositio symbol! contra Judaeos, Pa- 

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Symbolaun dictatum a beato Augustino, 

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Sermones de timore Dei, n. 437, in. 

437. 459. 593. 611 
de Trinitate, in. 385. 397 
de Unitate et Trinitate, n. 355 
de Unitate Ecclesias (inEnglisb), ii.538 
de utilitate credendi, in. 436. 592 
Epistolae ad Valentium mouachum, iv. 

68 
de vera religione, in. G09. 650 
de videndo Deo, in. 612. 651 
de Sancta Virginitate, i. 343, in. 352. 

364. 601 
de virtute animas, ii. 53 
de visitatione infirmorum, ii. 296, in. 

350. 634. 719; (in Englisb), in. 545 
de vita Christiana, in. 460. 652. 718 ; 

(in English), in. 546 
de beata vita, i. 57, in. 602. 609 
epistoliB ad Volusianum, n. 357. 419, 

III. 613 
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634, IV. 383 
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Canones, iv. 198 
Cantica cum commento Averrovs, iii. 

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liber de cnusis cum commento, iii. 383 
de di\isioue practice, iii. 331 
de origine lapidis Philosopborum, ii. 

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de re tecta, ii. 447 
tracts of. III. 423 
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de milite et clerico, i. 474 
de trauslatione veteris ecclesite Sarum 

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John (Bp. of London), letters of, v. 

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Atlsham, letter recommending Robert 
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letter to Q. Elizabeth, ii. 188 
letters to the Q. of Scots, in. 86, 87 
letter to Mr How, in. 86 
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Answer to queries rrspecting Ovcr- 

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Charge at the sessions of tho Veirgo, 

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The passages in Parliament against, 

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Wraynham's ease in tho Star-chamlwr 

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Bacon of injustice, i. 'H^l, iv. 49 
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Breve brcviarium, in. 727 
Cedula declarativa, ii. 450 
Super Geberem de 3 ordinibns medi- 

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Tractatus de quinta essentia, iv. IIS 
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Bagshaw, Epwabp. Speech in Parliament, 

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Additions to Maunsell's catalogue of 

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notes on Anstis's order of the Garter, 
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Burnet's Reformation, A. 29 
CheviUier's Origine de I'im- 
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Banners, Standards, &c. sise of, i. 502 
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discommodity that may happen to an 
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Seneca Phil., A. 50 
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Silius Italicus, A. 05 
TerentianuH Maurus, A. '2'> 
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Bentlet. RirnvrD. Notes on the Answer 
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24 
Tractatus de interiori domo, iv. 295 
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Bewick, John [?]. Vindication of n. Ser- 
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Bisnops, account of tho iutormcnt of, from 

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Letter of Q. Elizabeth to the K. of 
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BounnoN, Louis pe. Ijcttor to tho Eu^;- 

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Abbey of Holy Cross at, grant of a cor- 
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Arehbishoprick, royal letter thanking 
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BouRDELOT, notes on ..Escbylus, A. 22 
BouRocHiER (bp. of Ely), installation of, 
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1(326, IV. 287 
answer to the lord keeper, 12 Apr. 

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petition to the Lords, 26 Apr. 1626, 

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interrogatories against, by virtue of a 
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reasons why the Lords should not givo 
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Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke of. 
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questions concluded by general vote of 
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Caldecote, notes respecting, v. 289. 295. 

805. 323 
Calderinus, Johannes. Tabula senteiitift- 
riim Bibliie in comi>ilati(>nibus decreto- 
rum et decretalium, in. 463 
Call, M.\.rtin. Letters to Str\'po. v. Index, 

V. 144 
C/Vllimachus, notes of Stanley on, i. 360, 
II. 548, A. 1 

notes of Casaubon on, A. 34 
Callis, Robert. Readings on the statuto 
and commission of sewers, in. 475, iv. 
53. 93. 
Calverley, Sir George : Arguments of 
Plowden and Popbam in the case of, 
23 Eliz., HI. 160 
C.uiBRiDGE, Coimty of : 

Abstract of tenths, in receipt of oc- 

compts, I. 355 
Ai-ticles exhibited against sundry mi- 
nisters in, V. 285 
Cambridge and Cambridgeshire wor- 
thies, from Mr Worthiugton, v. 392, 
393 
Deed concerning lands in Wisbech, 

Leverington, and Emnctb, i. 35i) 
Extract from court rolls of Leverington 

and Wisbech, i. 350 
Fens, drainage of tbe, and navigation 
of the Cam: petitions, letters, &c. 
relating to, iv. 400. 438, v. 169 
Forma perambulationis circa buiidas 
et cU\-isas inter com. Cant, ac Him- 
ting. factiT), V. 4t)0 
inquisitiimes post mortem for 1633— 
l(i40, I. 350 

concerning estates, 1630 — 1644, 

I. 352 
Knigbfs history of clinrches in, v. 163 
Lan7ls of the Earls of Oxford and 

Westmerland in, i. 355 
notes of the session of an escheator in, 

1639—1641, 1.354 
particulars conciniing, from Mr \\or- 

tbington's collections, v. 305 
reformation or pri>faniition of chiirchoa 

in, by W. Dowsing, v. 473 
rental of lands belonging to tho Religi- 
ous houses in, i. 364 
CAMnnnxiE, To^^^l of: 

Aldermen's attire, order resiwctiug, 
V. 437 



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Cambridge, Town of {coiitiiiued): 

ambij^uities and donbtrf in tho compo- 
sition \s-ith the University (1534), 
V. 2'2o; (1580), v. 556 

articles against the University, v. 200 

articles relating to the quarrel between 
the Vice-chancellor and Mayor, v. 
201 

augmentation of arms to (1575), v. 233 

burgesses for. Hen. V. — Edw. IV., v. 
383 ; order for the election of, v. 437 

calendar of prisoners in the gaol deli- 
very (1G37), V. 168 

Cam river, faU of the, ii. 430 

charters and privileges, ii. 430, v. 224. 
424 

Chesterton ferrj-, notes respecting, v. 
437 

composition with Barnwell priory for 
Stourbridge and Midsummer fairs, 
11. 430, v. 437 

composition with Lynn, ii. 430 

composition with tho University, ii, 
430 

conduit in the market-place, buikling 
of, V. 498 

contributions of tho colleges to the poor 
of, V. 489. 493 

Coventry's (Ld. Keeper) order for the 
quiet of, v. 437 

de dominio soU in villa Cautebrig., 
V. 341, 342 

Ditch between Trumpington and Cam- 
bridge, scom-iug of, IV. 368* 

Documents relating to, collection of, 
II. 4,30 

Encroachments on tho University, ar- 
guments respecting, v. 198. 556 

Extracts relating to, iv. 305 

Historical and topogi-aphical descrip- 
tion from the map of, v. 346 

Hobson's house of correction, building 
of, IV. 368* 

juramenta senescalli, v. 486 

leases by and to, v. 425, 426 

letters of Q. Elizabeth, Ld. Burghley, 
&c. to, V. 198 

K. Charles I. on tho sewers and 

drains, v. 167 

on the attempt to make it a city, 

V. 174. 490 ^ 

market, proclamation of the, iv. 355 

mayoralty, letter respectmg the succes- 
sion to the, V. 437 

mayors, &c., list of, ii. 430, v. 543 

notes respecting, v. 437 

oath sworn by tho mayor, &c., notes 
respecting, v. 198, 199. 201, 202. 437 

oflifium clerioi mercati, v. 486 

orders of James II. for displacing alder- 
men and putting others in their 
room, V. 461 

order in council (1629) to the mayor to 
submit, V. 487 



Cambridoe, Town of (continued): 

order in council on the sale of tobacco, 

&c., V. 167. 177 
orders of the Star-chamber on various 

points, V. 166 
orders and letters relating to the rating 

of certain parishes, v. 177 
particulars from a terrar of all the 

lands within the boiuids of, v. 433 
petitions touching the charters, v. 341, 

342 
petition respecting the workhouse(1630), 

V. 262 
plague in 1629 and 1630, notice of, 

IV. 368* 
pontage, ii. 430 

proclamation for Jan. 30, 1664, v. 263 
religious houses, inns, and hostles for- 
merly existing, account of, iv. 372* ; 
list of, V. 542 
Stourbridge : plea for the town's con- 
trol of the chapol-field, ii. 430 

fair: cry of, ii. 430, v. 486. 547 

Hill's verses on, 403 
charters concerning, ii. 430 
custom and toll to be taken at, 

II. 430 
letters respecting search in, v. 553 
letters patent giving the chancellor 
the right of examining the weights 
and measures in, iv. 304, 305 
notes respecting, v. 167. 175. 437. 

489. 494. 554 
smnmouses and submission of vari- 
ous townsmen (1564), v. 554 
Tabor's liljer privilegiorum, transcript 

of, V. 206 
tobacco licences, v. 498 
Watercourse from Trumpington to 

Cambridge, iv. 368* 
Churchcx, &c. 
All Saints : reconciliation of the chiu"ch- 

yard, v. 482 
S. Andrew tho Great, appropriation of 
to Ely, V. 289. 359 
incumbents of, v. 359 
C. Kose's wiU and charity to, v. 301 
S. Andrew the Less, v. 458 
S. Benet : appropriation of to C.C. Coll., 

V. 321. 525 

admission of incumbents, v. 525 
brlls of, used for the University in 

1655, v. 489 
reconciliation of the churchyard, 

V. 482 
extract respecting tho advowson, iv. 

305 
sequestration of the vacant beuefico 
of (1565), V. 296 
S. Botolj)!! : appeal of CK Cuper, vicar, 
to the Aljp. against his excommu- 
nication by the V.C., v. 347 
notes respecting, v. 303. 325. 
presentation to, right of, v. 525 



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Camhripok, Towii of (co)itiinu'(l) : 
S. Clfuient: chautry in, v. -158 
S. Edward : gi-aut of to Tiiuity Hall, 
V. 2(!'J. 2'JO 

particulars concerning, v. 2G8. 289 
S. John : endowment of a new church 
in place of that demolished, v. 32:5 
union witli S. Edward's, v. 2',)0. 
500 [fov EdiiiiDurs readi'J(/((V(;-<ri] 
particulars coucernmg, v. 2G8, 2G'J. 
289. 481 
S. John's Hospital : admissions to the 
mastership, v. 339, 3i0 
grants by, v. 423 

matters relating to, v. 459. 480, 481. 
500, 501 
S. Lucy's Chapel : v. 501 
S. Margaret's Hospital : Uccnce to the 
oratory, v. 339 

S. MaiT the Great : Account of the 

building, copies of faculties, &c., iv. 

372*, V. 196. 341. 34G 

appropriation of to Iving's Hall, v. 

480 

beginning of the building of (1479), 

V. 233 
bell of, used as the University bell 

since 16G0, v. 489 
bequest for a stained glass vrindow, 

V. 537 
Bernard, N., case of, writh the ser- 
mon preached 6 May 1G32, iv. 429 
chuix-hyard, indentures concerning 
pai-t of, V. 35G 
clock, will of John Hatcher respect- 
ing, IV. 372* 

faculty to appropriate the pit of to 
the University, iv. 372* 
faculty for a new pulpit, &c., iv. 358 
faculty for alterations (1779), iv. 377 
furniture bouglit for (1583), v. 486 
inscription to Bp. W. dc Wittlesey 

in, V. 501 
obit for T. Barrow, donor of £240 

towards the building, v. 547 
persons who voted for and against 
the pewing, n. 282 
payments connected with the organ 
and west door, (tc, it. 370*. 372* 
pulpit and seats removed from the 
Augustinian church to, v. 499 
pulpit and doctors' gallery, notes 

respecting, v. 437 
repewing — articles to bo proposed 
to the parishioners for (1737), iv. 
372* 
roof of chancel, v. 497 
subscriptions for, v. 498, 499 
svndicate appointed with respect to 

the vestiy (1GG3), v. 218 
B^-ndicks for organ and psalms, v. 

496 
vestry: articles of agreement be- 
tween the University and mayor as 



C'AMnninoE, To\vn of (mutiminl) : 

to the repair and right UHO of, 
IV. 372* 
£50 ]<aid to the parish (or tbo 

vestiy, V. 489 
extract respecting the aJvowHon, iv. 
305 
S. Mary the Less : mutatio dici dedica- 
tion is, v. 4h3 

purchase of the clinntrv' of, v. 42.3 
Minorite convent : Uceuce for the con- 
secration of the church, .tc, v. 481 
S. Peter: execiuies of J. de Botylsham, 

to be cek'bratrd in, v. 501 
S. Rhudegund's ninmery : tlarlick fair 
granted to, v. 4s9 
resignation of the j^rioress (1377), 
and election of another, v. 482, 483 
royal hcenco for its su])preHsion, 
and the founding of Jesus college, 
v. 530 
epitaphs from, v. 332 
S. Sepulchre : f uudatio cantarin? in, v. 
321 
Trinity : day of dedication changed, v. 
482 

Guilds of: All Saints. Statutes, d-c. 
of, v. 224. 435 

Corpus Christi : to have the coimtess 
of I'embroke's rights to S. Bo- 
tolph's church, v. 303 
SS. Peter and Paid : statutes, &c. 
of, V. 224. 435 
CAMBmDGE, University of: 

Accoimts from IGGO to 1G82, v. 477 
Actions for debt, notes respcctmg, iv. 

3G2. 376 
Adthesses : to Charles H. at "VMiito- 
hall (IGGO), IV. 308, v. 375; on the 
bii-th of a daughter of the P. of Wales 
(1737), V. 464 
Ad eundem degi-ees : rcgxdations re- 
specting, V. 491) 
Admissions, absolutions, &c. forms of, 

V. 491. 493 
Agreements, foundations, grants, &c. 
notes of, V. 462 
Anglo-Saxon Lectureship, proposal of 

Sir H. Spelman to found, i. 72. 74 
Annals of, v. 542 

Antiquity of, various extracts, &c. con- 
cerning, IV. 3(')7* 
Appeals, decree respecting, v. 199 
forms of, IV. 307, v. 495 
to delegates : opinion of Sir P. Yorko 
on, IV. 3G1 
Arabick Professor: letters and notes 
respecting SirT. Adams' donation, Ac, 
V. 175. 216. 264. 397 
Archiepiscopal visitation : Utters and 
notes respecting the right of, v. 171, 
172. 176, 177. 220. 374. 375. 534 
reasons why the UniviTsity is ex- 
empt from, V. 172. 374. 534. 5:iG 



30 



CAiiBBiPGE, Fniversity of (contimird) : 

Arcbiepiscopal yisitatiim : the king's 
charter and determination respect- 
ing, V. 375. o'di 
citation of Card. Pole for a visita- 
tion, V. 534. 553 

Arms of chancellors, vice-chancellors 
and roval persons admitted to de- 
grees {1*500—1632), V. 191 

grant of to the University, iv. 

3G7' 

Articiili ad informandum regem (Rich. 
II.) de antiqnis consuetudinibus (con- 
tra Occamum), i. 237 

Assertio de antiquitate Cant. Acad, ex 
MS. Cosin, V. 557 

Association, orders of the committee 
for the, V. 559 

Audit hooks, extracts from, iv. 370* 

AuiUey End: accoimt of the reception 
of the Universities at (1578), v. 197 

Bachelors, notes on the order of senio- 
rity of, IV. 354 

Banks : case of, in the Vice-chancellor's 
court (1780), iv. .^Rl 

Barton : release of the manor to the 
University by Dr Ashton (1744), iv. 515 

Bamaby lecturers, v. Eede. 

Bedells : statutes and graces respect- 
ing, V. 197. 199. 497. 500 

Bell, 489 

Benefactors to the Schools and Li- 
brary, list of, IV. 353 
graces respecting, v. 370; 477 
missa pro benefactoribus, v. 196 

Benefices belonging to E. C. patrons : 
opinions concerning the conveyance 
of for a single turn, iv. 369* 

Bonrgchier, Abp. : remission of claim of 
£100 bequeathed by, v. 538 

Buckle book, notes from, iv. 359 

Buck's book, iv. 806; extracts from, 
v. 495 

Burgesses in Parliament : letters pa- 
tent of .Tames I. for granting, v. 139 ; 
memorandum of the elections of 1625, 
1627, 1640, 1660, iv. 308; Poll in 
1727. IV. 354 

Burleigh, Lord, v. Burleigh. 

Burwell : terms of agreement between 
the University and their tenant, Sir 
W. Russell, v. 175. 374 

graces respecting, iv. 378, v. 216. 219 

Butts, William : notes respecting, v. 383 

Candles, price of, right of the Vice- 
chancellor to set, IV. 369* 

Cantalupi, Nicholai, Historia Originis 
Academiffi, iv. 365* 

Capellanus : note of its foundation by 
N. de Thorndon and E. de Hcydon, 
V. 462 ; office traced from its foun- 
dation to its abolition, v. 489 

Caput, partifularsof the election of the 
'^r,?,r.,, v. 160 



Cambridge, University of {continued) : 
Causes before the Vice-chancellor to be 

ended in three days, v. 164 
Ceremonies and proceedings of through- 
out the year, ly. 306 
Chancellors : 

suit against Stephen de Heppe- 

worth for false imprisonment, 27 

Edw. L, IV. 360 
admission of John Donwyck (1374), 

V. 482 
confirmation of E. le Scrop (1378), 

V. 483 
. oath of canonical obedience waived 

in Ivo la Souch (1379), v. 483; his 

confirmation (1382), ib. 
confirmation of Joh. de Burgh 

(1384), V. 483; oath of Tho. Ha- 

treset (1386), v. 483 
oath of canonical obedience taken 

by W. CohTUe (1388), v. 339; his 

confirmation (1391), v. 340 
confirmation of J. Necton (1392), 

V. 340 
Letters respecting Sir W. Cecil's in- 
tention of resigning (1562), v. 127 
Election of the Earl of Essex (1598), 

V. 368 
letters concerning the election of 

the Earl of Northampton, v. 523 
Considerations on the choice of the 

Duke of Buckingham (1626), iii. 481 
note of Dr Sm^i;h on this, v. 174 
Letter of the Duke of Buckingham 

on his election, iv. 292. 307, v. 487 
Letter of Charles I. commending 

the University for the election, iii. 

482, IV. 292. ,S07, v. 174. 487 
Letter of the Earl of Berkshire (2 

June 1626), thanking for support 

in the election, iv. 291 
Letter from the University to the 

king (1626), iv. 292 
Letters from the Vice-chancellor to 

the Duke of Buckingham, iv. 552, 

v. 490. 558 
Letters on the Duke of Bucking- 
ham's death as to his successor, 

V. 175. 487. 558 
manner of installing the Earl of 

Holland (1628), iv. 308, v. 37(). 495 
letters of the earl of Holland, iv. 308, 

V. 175. 376 
order dei)riving the Earl of Man- 
chester and putting 0. St John in 

his room (1651), v. 217 
letters of thanks for his election by 

the Duke of Buckingham (1671), v. 

222 
letters, &c. respecting the election 

of the Duke of Monmouth (1674), 

V. 222. 341. 559 
election of tho Duke of Albemarle 

(1682), V. 223 



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CAMnniPOE, University of (contimted) : 
Cliaucollors : 

conosjxiiuloiico rolatiiifj to tlio elec- 
tion of the Duke of Somerset 
(l(!SS-()), IV. 415 
commissio ad custodionilinn et ex- 
ercendum jurisdictioneiu U., du- 
rante vacatione canccUaria^ v. 483 
Charters, letters i)ateut, &c., iv. 304, 
30), HOC). 305*. 3G7*. 355. 430, v. 224. 
35'J. 4fi2 

of Queen Elizabeth (a. 3), v. 490 
of James I. (a. 2), v. 488 
Charters to be confirmed, v. 546 
resistrum chartarnm, compiled by 

Rysley, v. 359. 462 
as to privileges within the precincts, 
n. 430 
Chests : statute and gi'ace respecting, 
IV. 379, V. 199, 200 
descriptio status cistarum (1550), 
V. 557 
Chronica quredam, ni. 687 
Citation of W. LAnuie (Trin.) into court 

for debt, iv. 3G2. 377 
Clerkship of the market, observations 
on, IV. 367* 
Combinations for sermons and acts, iv. 

307 
Commendatio Benefactorum, forms of, 

IV. 309, V. 187. 190 

Commissary of the Chancellor : Ucence 
to, from the Bishop, to absolve scho- 
lars laying violent hands on clerks, v. 
480 

Commission of Hen. VIII. for enquiring 
into the revenues, iv. 361 

Commissio pro subsidio levando (1377), 

V. 484 

Commission for visiting, letters patent 
of EUzubeth for, iv. 370* ; citation, v. 
127 

Commission of the peace, directions 
for renewing, v. 204 

Composition with the town, ii. 430, v. 
494; new composition, ii. 430 

Compositiones et concordiro, v. 359 

Compounders, interpretation of the 
statute of, V. 492 

Corporal punishments on scholars, ex- 
amples of, IV. 307* 

Courts leet, modes of proceeding at, iv. 
369*. 358 

Crafoot, Thomas : submission before 
the chancellor, v. 258 

Crane, John : will, bequests, &c., iv. 
306, V. 220 

Cromwell, Oliver: order for the pro- 
tection of the colleges, v. 434 
grace for erasing his acts and or- 
ders, IV. 308, v. 218. 493 

Crouched Hostel: grant of for new 
schools, IV. 353 

Cycle of colleges, new, v. 547 



C'AMniiinoK, University of {mntinurd): 

Decrees: lollcctionM of, iv. 205. 301. 
309. v. 492. 494 

decntuin hujkt tilulo ordinia Car- 

nu'litaruin, ii. 515 
orders and regiilations about ap- 
parel, IV. 431 
dccntii ]iriifcrtonnn, iv. 3nl 

Description of in Q. Anne's roi>?n, se- 
vere, V. 607 

D'Ewcs, Sir Simonds: speech on the 
Antiipiity of Cambridge, iv. 367* 

Discommuning, right of the University 
to, IV. 372* 

Disorders, common (1636), v. 533 
divers, rectified (1595), v. 495 

Disputationibus, de, v. 494 

Distances of various parishes from, 
certificates of, iv. 362, v. 195 

Divers parcels, things, and furniture 
belonging to (1583), v. 486 

Documents relating to, collection of, 
II. 430 

Doket, Andrew, letters to, v. 193 

Drain, gi-ace for repairing, iv. 379 

Ejectments, v. 381 

Elections, notes of, v. 165; to stand 
over till after the visitation (1 Eliz.), 
V. 553 ; licences for, v. 553 

Elizabeth, Q. Letter to the mayor on 
infringing the pririleges of the Uni- 
versity, concerning licensing and cor- 
recting \'ictuallers, iv. 370* 

Excommunications, v. 552 

forma bannitionis fienduD, v. 200 

Exequies and masses, v. 199. 359. 
462 

Fees for degrees, table of, iv. 362. 376. 
403, V. 494. 497; notes on, iv. 359. 
361 

Forestalling, engrossing, and reprat- 
ing : steps taken for tlie suppressing, 
IV. 354; order to search for (171K)), 

IV. 359 
FormuLf, iv. 304 
Fomidation of, notes of the, v. 557 
Francis, Alban: proceedings in the 

case of, IV. 370, 377 

Fulke, William: grace for his D.D. de- 
gree, IV. 360 

Fuller, Thomas: transcripts from his 
MS., V. 542 

Fundi, V. 359. 462 

Fimerals, v. 307. 376 

GeiTard's hostel bridge, indenture re- 
specting land near, iv. 353 

Glomeria' magister: notes on, iv. 370*. 

V. 190. 199. 4H7. 494 

Grace books, transcripts of, and col- 
lections of graces, iv. 2ilt. 304. 3H'.». 
355, 356. 358, 359. 302. 37H. 379. 
V. 175. 177. 193. 19 J. 195. 216. 21'.i. 
233. 254, 255. 336. 375. 376. 491. 492. 
494, 495, 496. 498 



32 



Cambridge, University of (continued): 
Graces : 

index of, in Junior Proctor's book, 
V. 492 

for degrees, forms of, iv. 354 

interpretation of the statute De 

gratiis coucedendis, v. 492 

by Colbatcb, ii. 280 [cut out] 

Graduates, names of, v. 198. 265. 373. 

378 
habits of: collections relating to, ii. 
281 

graces respecting, v. 199 

Greene, Dr, case of, v. 175 

Habits, improper for scholars, injunc- 
tions against, iv. 301 
Hatcher-'s Hall. iv. 372* 
Henry VII. : Oratio habita coram, iv. 
36G* 
Hervey, Lady Anna, exhibition, grace 
respecting, iv. 309* 

Hcvdon, Eoger de: notes relating to, 
v."'359. 402 
High Steward: patent of E. Dudley 
(1563), V. 195 
letter appointing the Duke of New- 
castle (1737), V. 463 
Hildersham, Arthur: proceedings a- 

gaiust, V. 130 
Histories of: Nicholai Cantalupi his- 
toria Acad. Cant., iv. 305* 

historiola de origine Acad. Cant. 
from Trin. Coll. MS., v. 557 
short histoiy of the foundation, v. 
557 
summary of Brian Twyne's history, 
V. 100 

Scott's accoimt of the foundation, 
with a catalogue of the principal 
founders, &c. (1621), iii. 197 
notes relating to, in the reign of 

EUzabeth, v. 502 
extracts from Eoss, Polydorc Ver- 
gil, Lcland, &c. relating to the 
history of the University, iv. 360*, 
367* 
extract from Tet. Blesensis,iv.367*. 

355 
notes of Wall for a history of, iv. 368* 
History lecture, founded by Fulke, Lord 
Brooke, v. 433 

grace allowing the Professor to lec- 
ture out of term, :v. 379 
Hobson : grant of the site of the work- 
hou.sc in S. Andrew's parish, iv. 353 
Hodgeskin, William: examination of, 
V. 108 

Iloiiorius I. Confirmatio pri^ilegio- 
rum, IV. 365* 

responsio ad objectiones Twini con- 
tra bullaui Honorii, iv. 370* 
HoHtlcs, list of, V. 542 

order of Henry III. for assessing 
the rent of, iv. 371* 



Cambhidge, University of (coiithiued) : 
Hubbard's book, extracts from, iv. 356. 

V. HUEBAKD. 

Huddlestou, Hugh, sentence against, 
V. 202 
Hughes, Francis, notes from a book 

of, V. 488 
Hurst, John, submission of, v. 195 
ludulta regiim et i^ontilicum, v. 359. 

402 
Ingram (Beadell), particulai'S from his 

book, V. 368 
Instruments from the black parchment 
book, V. 540 

circa privUegia quredam Academite, 
V. 343 
Interpretationes, iv. 204. 304. 308, v. 

492 
Ironmongers' company: will of M. 
Dane for two scholarships from, iv. 
359 
Jegon, John, coiTespondeuce of, v. 200. 
255 
Jurisdiction : proof that the University 
hath ecclesiastical jurisdiction, i. 
186 
extent of, iv. 305; notes on, iv. 
370* 
Justices of the peace, writ to the V. C. 

and mayor to swear the, v. 552 
King, promise of obedience to (1535), 

V. 533 
Lambeth degrees admitted, v. 224 
doctors, V. 4'JG 
doctors ad eiiudem, v. 496 
Lauds, lease of, v. 220 
Land-tax, agreement with the town re- 
specting, V. 369* ; bills for the several 
colleges, IV. 354 
Letters concerning, v. 262. 307. 329. 
556. 558 

to Bp. Andrewes, v. 167. 374 
to the Duke of Buckingham, v. 165. 
169. 490; to the Duchess of Buck- 
ingham, V. 374 
to Sir J. Cffisar, v. 490 
to K. Charles I., v. 108, 109. 374 
to Sir J. Cooke, v. 107 
on Cudworth's intellectual system, 

v. 373 
to Ai-chbp. Harsnet, v. 167. 374 
to the Earl of Holland, v. 107, 168, 

109. 374 
to the Earl of Essex on his elec- 
tion as Chancellor, iv. 371* 
to the Earlof Kclls, v. 167 
to Bp. Laud, V. 165. 167, 168. 374. 

546 
to Abp. Parker, v. 127; to Abp. 

Whitgift, V. 131 
from the Orator's book, v. 131. 558, 

559, 500 

to various persons, v. 168, 109. 
175 



^ii 



Cambridge, University of (continui'il): 
Lcttor and note books of Dr Sinylli, 
master of Ma!:;il. Coll., v. KM — 177. 
374. o3-l 
heads of letters from the Vice-Chan- 
cellor's letter book, v. 497, i\)S 
Eoval, colkctiou of, iv. 304, v. Ifi.T, 
1G6, 1(57. 173. 175. 2i\). -J-il, 2'2'2, 
223. 4;t3. 5r}H, r)59; notes of, v. ICo 
of Edward II., rv. 451 
llifliard II. : letter of resi)ectiiig 
the right of sizing and sealing 
bushels, IV. 371* 
two letters of Edward IV., iv. 19 
of James I., iv. 359 
of James I. refusing a new char- 
ter to the town, in. 31 
of Charles I. respecting chstmh- 
ers of the government of the 
University (16'25), v. 487 

for restoring discipline to the 

University (1626), v. 173 

of Charles U. granting equal 

privileges to Magd., Emm., and 

Sid. Coll. with the ethers, 

IV. 309, v. 218. 327. 493 

prohibiting destruction of 

game by students near Cam- 
bridge, IV. 378 
from Archbp. Paiker and others, 

V. 535 
of Bp. Sherlock about gi'anting a 
degree to Johnson, chaplain to the 
Princess of Wales (17.21), iv. 430 
Lever, Thomas: sermon (1550) giving 
an account of the state of the Univer- 
sity, IV. 367* 
Librarj-: Librarian exempted from 
preaching at S. Mary's, v. 218 

articles for the oflice of keeping 

(1582), V. 486 
gi'ace respecting the Librarian's sti- 
pend, IV. 379, V. 233 
catalogue of (including the Lambeth 
collection), iv. 209 [r. Corr. v. 605] 

■ about 1620, a. 215 

before the restoration, accord- 
ing to the names of the donors, 
IV. 556, V. 506 

the MSS., ly. 504. 556 

numbers of the MSS. as they 



appear ui the Oxford Catalogue, 
IV. 556 

MS. additions to the old Li- 



brary, IV. 556 

books given by various bene- 



factors, V. 359. 462. 498 
select books, iv. 556 



Askew MSS. : grace thanking fr 
Farmer for the labour bestowed 
on, IV. 361 
Bancroft's books, petition for, v. 559 
order for their removal to Cam- 
bridge, V. 434 



Camdridoe, Univcruily of (routinui-d) : 
Library: Biiiicrnft'H ImmiKh : 

tlie (ireek scIu><>1h tu bo given 
up for, V. 217 
letter of thaiikH to BclJen for 

this, V. 559 
notes, itc. concerning their rc«ti- 
tution, V. 218, 219 
Erpeuiiis' Library: petition (or, v. 
371 

Latin speech on the receipt of, 
V. 490 
Holdsworth's books: thanks of the 
Senate to Bp. ^V^en for, v. 518 
catalogue of, i. 357, a, 462; »fe 
V. 219 
Lucas's books, catalogue of, rv. 274 ; 



n-c V. 



219 



Lumley's (Lord) books : correspond- 
ence relative to, v. 203 

thanks of the Senate for, v. 203 
Parker's books, catalogue of, in. 148 
Bustat's donation, graces respect- 
ing, V. 219 
graces and indentures relatmg to 
the building and enlarging, iv. SIK) 
Licenses : to celebrate divine service, 
V. 481 

to preach, v. 293 

royal, to confer the degree of M.A. 
on any (16 May 1615), with the 
names of those aihuitted, v. 2(i6 
Lumley, Viscountess, accoimt of her 

benefactions, iv. 369* 
Manchester, Earl of: reformation of 

the University, v. 286. 449. 503 
Mandates, collection of, v. 220. 309. 
312. 327 
letter of the Eurl of Holland re- 
specting, V. 262 
letter of James I. respecting, v. 
312 
Maigaret, Lady: reader and preacher, 
manner of choosing, v. 495 
decree respecting, v. 546 
note bv Buckmaster on his appoint- 
ment, V. 199 
Markaunt's book: extracts from, iv. 

376, V. 234. 291 
Marriage of fellows, injunctions against, 
V. 554 
no head or member of a college, 
being married, to keep his wife in 
college, IV. 305 
Meres, John: hsts of his gifts, v. 187 
iiis chronicle of University matters, 
V. 234 
particulars concerning, v. 462 
will of, V. 542; notes relating to, 
IV. 371' 
Middeudon>. Excer]>tum e libro Aca- 

dem. celebrinm, iv. 366* 
Middlcton Rectory appropriated for n 
Saxon Lecturer, v. 263 



34 



Cambridge, Universitv of (continued) : 
Miscellanea, v. 184. 49-4 
Moiintaiue, George : testimonial in fa- 
vour of, V. 195 
Musick speeclies, i. 302, iv. 356 

doctors of : notes respecting, v. 489 
Mnsterings of the University, v. 553 
Oaths : forms of, iv. 205. 304. 354. 379, 

V. 172. 491, 492. 496 
Obits, V. 502. 547 
Oppositions in Theology, resolutions in 

1406—7, to restore, v. 199 
Orator: elections of, iv. 430, v. 217. 
376. 495. 502 
privileges of, v. 487. 496 
resignation of Bridgewater, v. 508 
Statutum de eligeudo, &c., v. 487 
list of orators, v. 488 
Ordinations of Cambridge men by Bp. 

Compton (1672—1722), v. 472 
Ordinations for the government of the 
University (1623), v. 170 
for the reformation of the Univer- 
sity, V. 217. 559 
Ordo procedendi in die comitiorum, 

V. 489 
Orders of the Star-chamber respecting, 
V. 166 

in council, v. 167 

O\nngton : grace for a purchase to sup- 
ply the defect of, v. 496 
Oxonienses iucorporati, v. 378. 491 
Particulars to he considered and offered 
in order to be confirmed by Act of 
Parliament (1690), v. 546 
Payments to Officers, v. 197 
Pern (Bedell), particulars from his 

book, V. 375 
Petitions : v. 202. 397 

for relief of grievance from draining 
the fens, v. 336 
against draining the fens, v. 559 
for the protection of cathedral lands, 
v. 559 

upon inclosing of commons, exer- 
cise of trades, &c., iv. 359 
Plague : orders and regulations to be 
obsened during, v. 166 
Graces for discontinuing sermons 
and exercises during, v. 495 
Praj-crs for peace (1377), order for, 

V. 482 
Preachers : catalogue of licensed (1604 
—1714). v. 264 

■ University: notes relating to, 
v. 488 
Presentations to livings, v. 195. 343 

offices, V. 343 

PrevaricatorB, Hpeeches of, &c., i. 302, 

IV. .Ho6 
Printers: University case concerning 
printing, Utters, Ac. relating to, v. 
167. 26H. 374. 489. 498 
•opinions of the Judges on the Uni- 



Cambeidge, University of {continued} : 
Printers : 

versity's privilege of printing, iv. 
371* 
notes on the Acts of Parliament 

relating to, iv. 360 
letters patent for T. Thomas, v. 195 
Bog. Daniel's patent as printer to 
be sealed, v. 219 
Prison, University: appointment of 

W. BeU, keeper of, iv. 361 
Privileged persons, iv. 306, v. 489. 495 
Privileges of the University : notes re- 
specting, V. 173 
granted by Queen Elizabeth (1561), 
V. 488 
Privy seals concerning, v. 229 
Processus contra majorem et burgenses, 

5 Rich. II., IV. 304 
Proctors, list of, iv.403, v. 193.359.542 
duties of regarding fees, and their 
bond, IV. 354 

statutes on the election of, v. 199. 
547 
gi-ace against seeking the office by 
bribery, v. 200; regulations re- 
specting (1784), IV. 371* 
cycle for, iv. 354 

extracts relating to their election, 
powers and duties, iv. 354. 358 

book, old: transcripts from, iv. 

370*, V. 198. 499 

Professors, list of, v. 543. 567 

of History: King's letter for, 

and address of the University in 
answer, v. 327 

papers relating to, v. 330 
— — Lowndean : notes on the foun- 
dation of, IV. 368* 

Mathematical : literae patentes 



circa officium, v. 314 

Plumian: letters patent and 

statutes for, v. 327 ; notes on, iv. 356 

5 Begins: grant of arms to, 

V. 233 

and Orator : manner of choos- 
ing, IV. 307 

Puritanism : names of several proceed- 
ed against for, v. 130 

Qua-stionistarum nomina (1603, 1604, 
1607), V. 195 

Qusestiones comitiis magistr. dispu- 
tanda>, 1581, iii. 31 

Eede lecturers, statute for founding, 
V. 193 ; grace for making statutes for, 
IV. 378 
extracts relating to, iv. 354 

Regent masters, notes on, iv. 361 

Registers : extracts compiled from by 
M. Wren, v. 498 

Registry : l)r Caryl's catalogue of writ- 
ings in, IV. 371* 
certain fees to be imposed for the 
benefit of the Registrary, v. 217 



3: 



CAMrRinr.E, University of {continued) : 
l\cgisti7 : 

uotes from various books and papers 
in, IV. 359 
commission for airanfiing tbo mu- 
niments (KVil), V. 2V) 
the muniments to be presenoil in a 
room between the Tbeol. unci Tbil. 
Schools, V. 218 
order of the Re^istrary's subscrip- 
tion book, IV. 359 
Reformation in manners and studies, 

propositions for, v. 173 
Resignations of otKces, preferments, 

&c., V. 342 
Restoration : proceedings at, iv. 308 
manner of proclaiming K. Charles 
II., V. 375. 503 
Richard III., benefactions of, v. 199 
Rokerey and Hildersham, proceedings 

against, v. 136 
Roe, declaration respecting his pro- 
ceedings against Dr Smyth, v. 170 
Royal visits : documents relating to 
the visit of Queen Elizabeth (15C4), 
II. 484, IV. 293, V. 500. 551 
speeches delivered on the occasion, 
V. 551 
disputationes Theologicre coram re- 

gali majestate (15t>4), iv. 473 
reception of the French Ambassa- 
dor, Lord Burghley, &:c. (1571), v. 
197 
visits of James I. , Charles I. , Charles 

II., IV. 307, 308, V. 375 
wari'ant to see the scholai's set in 
order at the king's coming (6 Mai'ch 
1615), V. 263 
order at the coming of the Count 
Palatme, &c. (1613), v. 263 
degrees conferred at the king's 
coming in 1717, ii. 282 ; degrees 
in 1728, V. 373 
orders at. v. 334. 341. 533 
solutiones pro gi'adibus in regiis 

comitiis (1728), iv. 379 
letter of the Duke of Somerset on 
this, IV. 379 
Rudd, John : account of his sermon 
full of eiToneous doctrine, v. 397 
his retractation, v. 536 
Rustat, Tobias : gift of £1000, v. 220; 
letter to Dr Wilford, v. 299 
donations of, 436. 489 
Scargell, Daniel, expelled for Atheism : 
his recantation and absolution, v. 
263 
Schools : Latin inscription with plan 
designed by the Duke of Bucking- 
ham, V. 558 
notes respecting the building of, 
IV. 353, 354, V. 543. 557 
Seals : de sigilUs acaderaiffi, v. 496 
Seaton, Thomas : indenture relating to 



CAMnninoE, University of {continufd) : 
Seaton, Thnnms : 
his estutes bequeathed to the Uni- 
versity, IV. 360 
Senate-hiiuso: account of the Inyini; 
tlir foundation stone, iv. 376, v. 'Ml 
iudi'iiturcs relating to ttnonientM on 
the site required for building', iv. 
353. 360. 362 
Sentences against six undergraduates 

for an assault, iv. 377 
Sennons : do Sermone ad clcrum, v, 

196 
Ship money : reasons for the exemp- 
tion of the University from its pay- 
ment, v. 164 
Sigebert, king of the E. Angles: ex- 
tracts relating to, iv. 361 
Siguificavit, a, v. 552 
Skinners' Company: notes of exhibi- 
tions from, IV. 368'. 360 
Solutiones quarundam dubitationum, 

V. 547 
Somersham tithes : petition Eespectuig, 

V. 263 
Stangroimd vicarage : copy of tlie com- 
position of, V. 264 
Star-chamber, orders of, on various 

points, V. 166 
Statue of George I.: letter to Lord 
Townshend on the receipt of, v. 333 
Statutes: collections of, iv. 204. 803, 
304. 378, V. 199, 200. 547 
of a. 12 Elizabeth, in. 470, iv. 358, 
359, V. 485, 486 
(extracts from, iv. 360, 361 
articles in King Edward's not in 

Elizabeth's, iv. 362 
respecting Hostles (1279), iv. 296 

'r. Con: v. 605] 
Cardinal Pole's, iv. 379 
Stokys, Matthew : lists of his gifts, 
V. 187 
transcript from his register, v. 194 
from his Uher rerum viemorabi- 
lium, V. 395 
his almswomen, v. 488 
Students, number of in 1570, v. 346; 

in 1574, IV. 368» 
Style and title of the University, 

IV. 371* 

Subscriptiones prnf>fectorum, professo- 

rura, sociorum.&c. 1662—1719. v. 'MM) 

Sul)sidy in 1556: letters respecting, 

V. 552 

Supplicats, forms of. iv. 354, v. 491 ^ 
Supplicationcs facta P. Bonifacio IX., 

V. 499 
Sujircmacy, determination rc-jpecting 

the, V. 552 
Tabor. John: cxtrftcts from his register 
and IxH.ks. V. 195. 293. 3H». 311. .500 
transcript of bis ' Burgus Canta- 
brigia;,' v. 206 

a-2 



36 



Cambridge, Uuiversity of {continued): 
Taverns : order of the Vice-Chancellor 

against frequenting, v. 381 
Taxors, graces respecting, iv. 371*, 
V. 200 ; resolutions, notes, &c. re- 
specting their office, iv. 369*. 358 
case of concernhig the right of 
weighing hops at Stourbridge fair, 
IV. 369* 
Theology-, disputations and oppositions 

in, V. 106. 199 
Thomdon, Nigel de : notes relating to, 

V. 359. 462. 489 
Threader and ^Yhituel^s case (1580), 
rv. 355, V. 198. 312. 555 
documents relating to, v. 198 
Travelling Bachelors : letters of the, 
IV. 515—521 
cycle for. iv. 371* 
Trials before the Yice-Chancellor, v. 

535, 536 
Utinam liber, references to, rv. 362. 376 
Vespers, disputatious, commencements, 

&c., IV. 379, v. 196 
Vice-Chancellors : list of, iv. 403 

grace that the Vice-Chancellor may 
be a doctor ipso facto, and protest 
against this, v. 195. 216 
office limited to a \"ear, v. 199 
grace that the Archdeacon of Ely 
mav not be Vice-Chancellor, v. 376. 
494 
precedency of, rv. 305 
order observed at the funeral of, 
IV. 307 
Vintners, case of the, v. 434 
Visitation, archiepiscopal : f. Archi- 
episcopal visitation, 
royal: visitation in 1549, v. 551 
reasons to authorize commis- 
sioners for a royal visitation, 
V. 534 
Visitatorial power : opinion of Lord 

Mansfield on, iv. 370* 

Vi.sitors: order of the visitors for all 

colleges except Trinity to observe 

King Edward's statutes (1559), v. 401 

Vouchers of the Vice-ChanceUor, notes 

from, IV. 359 
Wall, Adam : collections, extracts, &c. 
by, IV. 364*— .357, 358—362. 376 
obBer\'ations on the old statutes, 

IV. 367* 
papers of ceremonies, Mathew's 
notes on, iv. 362 
Waller. William : grace ior his degra- 
dation, IV. 362 
Watercourse at Nine WeUs, ^ace re- 
specting, IV. 379 
Weights and measures : examination 
of by the Proctors and Taxors, iv. 
369* 
Windsor Chay)laiu8 : ordinance of Ed- 
ward IV. respecting, v. 395 



C.4.MBEIDGE, University of {contimied) : 
Wolsey, Cardinal : submission of the 
University to, iv. 367*, v. 533 
giace giving him the power of 
making and abolishing statutes, 

IV. 378 

Women, loose : usage of the Proctors 
and Vice-Chancellor in regard to, 
and opinions on, iv. 372*. 355 
letters patent of Edwai-d III. re- 
specting, IV. 355 
Workhouses, grant of £250 from the 
chest towards rebuilding, iv. 353 
in S, Andrew's Parish : Hobson's 

gi'ant of the site, iv. 353 
University authority over, iv. 362 
Colleges : arms of, v. 346 

Epitome chronogi'aphica collegio- 

rum, v. 533 
Cli. Just. Hale's papers relating to, 
transcripts from, v. 533 
Magdalene, Emmanuel, and Sidney 
Colleges to have equal privileges 
with the rest, iv. 309, v. 218. 327. 493 
Masters of : lists of, v. 567 ; value 
and augmentation of the master- 
ships (1650), V. 226 
new orders for rating the Colleges, 

V. 177 

number of livings, fellowships, &c. 
with the Uuiversity petition re- 
specting them, V. 453 
founders, and dates of, iv. 380 
quarterly contributions of to the 
poor, V. 489. 493 
4 quseres, on the power of a master 
of a college to grant dispensation 
from the statutes, v. 177 
S. Botolph's Hostel : particulars re- 
specting, V. 423 
Caius College (or Aula Annunciationis 
heatfE Mariffi) : admissions, v. 522 
annales .Johannis Caii, v. 305. 522 
appropriationes ecclesiarum, v. 304 
arms, grant of, v. 288. 305. 522 
Batchcroft's election as master : 

letters respecting, v. 165 
Branthwayte's election as master, 

v. 195 
Cosin's gift, ezemplification of, v. 

514 
foundation of, v. 481, 482 
Frankland fellows, correspondence 

relating to, v. 204 
Gooch's case that others beside na- 
tives of Nor\vich diocese can be 
Senior Fellows, v. 424 
Gosling's history of, v. 303 
indenture of the covenant with 

Trinity Hall, in. 148, v. 304 
licence f(jr a chapel, v. 304. 339. 

460. 4K2 
Earl of Manchester's warrant for 
ejecting various fellows, v. 381 



37 

Camhridoe, University of {continueil): 
Cuius Collc};!e : 
obits, V. 801 
rmiiaii's case, v. 521 
I'reachcrs : liccntia pro pra^dicato- 

ribiis, V. 522, 523 
statnta, iv. 2(i5, v. 301. 488 
letters and papers relating to, v. 
303. 331. 513. 521. 533. 513 
Catharine Hall : particulars concern- 
ing, V. 258. 533. 513 
election of Sibbes as master, notes 
of, V. 165 
Christ's College (God's Honse) : appeal 
of seven fellows to Dr Peckard the 
visitor, IV. 358 
Bainbrigg and Johnson, trial and 
imprisonment of, and appeal, 
IV. 371*. V. 31)7. 512. 535, 536 
Broughton, Hugh : letter of on 
being deprived of his fellowship, 

IV. 3(51, V. 512 ; see iv. 363. 365, 

V. 510 

Bm-nham S. Marj''s : suit respect- 
ing, IV. 362 
Burrell, Henrv : extract from the 

will of, IV. 368* 
Cotteuham, resignation of two closes 

in to Sir F. HjTide, v. 163 
Covel, John : letter from the fellows 

on his behalf, iv. 113 
Helpeston, church of : liters testi- 

moniales de et super appropria- 

tione, IV. 432, v. 518 
Honywood's account of benefactions 

to, V. 551 
Injimctiones Johannis episcopi Eof- 

fensis, v. 550 
Letters of fellows to Lord Burghley, 

&c., V. 510 
Letters recommending persons for 

fellowships, v. 556 
Masters of, notes of, iv. 363 
MS8. in the Library, list of, 

IV. 371* 

Osbom, Thomas, case of, rv. 371*. 

V. 511 

Koydon Manor : notes of the grant 

of, V. 512 
Shepherd, Dr: answers of the 

canons of Windsor in the case of, 

IV. 361 

reply of Dr Thomas in the case 
of, IV. 368* 
Stisted : process of Dr Seale with 

regard to the living of, iv. 372* 
Wall's collections relating to, iv. 

357. 358. 363—373 
the ancient foundation of God's 

House, IV. 374 
notes relating to, v. 533. 543 
papers relating to from a MS. book 

of Mr Honywood, iv. 365, 366, 

V. 548 



CAMiminoE, University of {continued): 
Christ's Ciillege: 

references to in Mead'a lottcnt, 

V. 361 
Btatiita, IV. 357 

statutes of GihI's House, rv. 375 
See Covel'a CorreHi>ondence. 
Clare Hall : 

foundation of, with the names of 

the masters, fellowH, A'c. (1617), 

V. 465 
H. Homcby's gift of lands for hia 

anniversary, v. 502 
licence to celebrate divine scrvico 

while their parish ch., H. John's, 

lies under an interdict (1352), 

v. 481 
livings appropriated to, return of, 

V. 322 
Litlington church, confirmation of 

to, V. 459 
Mass for K. Edward and Lady de 

Clare to be said weekly, v. 460 
Smith, W., nomination of to the 

mastership, v. 2;'>7 
statuta et ordinationes, iv. 175 
Tapton, John : obit of, v. 423 
notes respecting, v. 533. 543 
Coqnis Christi College : 
arms, grant of, in. 116 
Beaumont, Dr: extracts from his 

oration on Dr Spencer, v. 526 
S. Benet's church: appropriatioa 

of to, V. 321. 525 
Butts, Dr, details respecting, v. 

526, 527 
confirmatio gild.e Corporis Christi 

et beatfP Marirr. v. 161 
consecration of the chapel, note of, 

V. 525; actus consecrationis, v. 525 
covenant to keep in repair parts 

of University Street, and to repair 

the books given by Parker to the 

University, iv. 353 
decretum de locis commuuibus et 

concioniljus, v. 527 
decretum synodi Basileensis confir- 

maus buliam Eugenii IV. (1434), 

III. 425 
documents relating to, iii. 146 — 149 
Grantchester church. ai<i>n>i>riation 

of to, V. 318. 525; charter relat- 
ing to. III. 147 
Librarj': oath of admission to, v. 

527 
catalogue of books, in. U8 
catalogus libroruin cimi nominibus 

benofactorum. v. 525 
extracts from tiie MSS., v. 334. 551. 

557 

extracts from Dr Stanley's Cata- 
logue of MSS., v. •2'24 

indentnra «iuadripartita do libria 
Bibliothectp. iii. 147. 148 



38 



Cambridge, University of (continued) : 
Corpus Christi College : 

licence for founding, v. 481 524 
licence of Edward III., v. 524 
mastership : elections to, protests, 

&c., V. 526 

petition of 5 fellows against the 

election of Munday, with letters 
on the subject, v. 166 

list of masters, iii. 147 
memoranda edita per Jo. Botright, 

V. 325 
notes of various members, v. 526 
order to sell the college plate, v. 524 
order respecting the new stables, 

&c., V. 527 
private foimdations in, from Cory's 

MSS., v. 370 
status collegii, v. 525 
statuta. III. 146, v. 524. 527 

interpretationes, v. 524 

papers relating to, v. 512. 524. 533. 

543 
Emmanuel College : 

decree as to the advowson of North 

Cadbury, i. 203 
chapel, consecration of the, note 

of, v. 525. 531 ; 
actus consecrationis capelia?, v. 
532 
list of contributi£>ns to, v. 532 
disorders in (1603), fr. Ch. Juet. 

Hale's papers, v. 531 
Holdsworth's books and plate, v. 

532 
masters and fellows, catalogue of, 

V. 531 
names of the communicants and 

non-communicants from 1588 to 

1619, v. 530 
petition on the validity of a statute, 

and the V. C.'s answer to the D. 

of Buckingham, v. 165, 166. 259. 

331 
statutum de camera consanguineia 

fuudatoris reservauda, v. 530 
note on the college statutes, v. 530 
WTiichcott, Benjamin : gifts of, epi- 
taph, &c., v. 232 
papers relating to, 530. 543 
particulars concerning, v. 259. 331 
(rod's House, v. Christ's College. 
Jesus College : 

founding of, v. 530 
Alcock, T., admission to the mas- 
tership, and resignation, v. 293, 

294. 319 
Anflrews, Dr: particulars of the 

grievances of the fellows against, 

v. 2-58 
Audely, Sir T., grant of the next 

presentation of the mastership to, 

v. 321 
Capon, W., admission to and resig- 



CambeidCtE, University of (continued) : 
Jesus College : 

nation of the mastership, v. 294. 
321 
admissions to and entreaty for fel- 
lowships, V. 293—295. 319. 321 
candidates presented to the Bp. of 

Ely for fellowships, v. 530 
order of the Privy Council con- 
cerning the euclosiug of Jesus 
Green (1579), iv. 367* 
royal letter to, i. 101 
statuta, I. 100 
Worthington's will, v. 472 
papers relating to, v. 528. 543 
particulars concerning, v. 331. 502. 
533 

See S. Bhadegimd's, Kustat. 
S. John's College : 

Appeal against the Master (1542), 
determination of the Bp. of Ely 
on, V. 324 
Chark, William, proceedings in the 
case of his expulsion, v. 130 
disturbances in 1647, account of, 
V. 261 

Dokett, E., foundation of two scho- 
larships, V. 378 
Bp. of Ely's fellowship: nomina- 
tion of W. Sterne to (1700), 
I. 168 
institution of T. Arthur to, v. 319 
Bp. Fisher's foundation, indenture 

respecting, v. 314 
Hill, B.: donation of livings, v. 368 
Mastership : scrutiny in the elec- 
tion of Dr Lambert, v. 300 
proceedings in the controverted 
election between Lane and Holds- 
worth, V. 165. 260 
plate: account of the sending to 

the king, v. 559 
primitive state of, v. 503 
status proportionis sive oneris, v. 

557 
statuta, V. 300 

particulars concerning altering 
the statutes in Dr Whitaker's 
time, V. 259 
letters concerning, v. 265 
notes relating to, v. 533. 543 
particulars concerning, v. 331 
King's College : 

Sir F. Bridgman's bequest for a 
musick professorship, &c., note by 
W. Brockett respecting, v. 509 
commission to the Bp. of Lincoln, 

return of (1674), v. 509 
complaint of certain fellows against 
provost Goad (1565, 1569), v. 507 
his answer, v. 507 ; their submis- 
sion, v. 508 
composition with Trinity Hall, v. 
193 



3J) 



CAMnniDOE, University of {continued): 
King's Colk'go : 

compositiou with tho Uuiversitv 

IV. 304, V. 48() ^' 
deed of fouudiition, v. -127 
glossary to MSS. iit, v. 1S!» 

grimt of lands in Isleham and Tiid- 

low, V. Hii;{ 
iuseriptiou on the foundation stone 

of the W. side of the great comt, 

V. SSi 

Letters of the fellows to Henrv 
VIII., V. 44-2 ^ 

Letters to Lord Bnrghley, Q. Eliza- 
beth, &c., V. 507, 508 

Lilesse, Eobert, case of, v. 508. 544 

notes of events relating to, v. 508. 
543, 544 

presentations, &c., grants of, v. 315. 

OaXJ 

privy seals concerning, v. 229 
statuta quredam, v. 357 
visitation of (12 Eliz.), v. 293 
particulars concerning the site, 

building and finishing, v. 427 
list of benefactors, eminent mem- 
bers, cfec, v. 533 
King's Hall: 

appropriation of Chesterton chm-ch 

to, v. 323 
carta fuudationis, v. 563 
eminent members of, v. 533 
list of fellows and fellow common- 
ers, V. 300 
grant of the mastership to T. Sain- 

triste, V. 489 
grant of a scholar's place to J. Ex- 

cester, LLB., i. 134 
letter for Nicholas Heth to be a 

.scholar, i. 139 
letter to allow N. Eoos to read in 

the canon law, i. 122 
letter to K. Rounhale to remove 
all scholars preferred and non-re- 
sidents, I. 139 
Parn's account of the foundation, 

V. 402 
pri\7 seals concerning, v. 229 
notices relating to, v. .543. 558 
surrender to Henry VIII., v. 5G3 
Magdalene College : 

benefactions, v. .330. 521 
case of respecting the title to Co- 
vent Garden, v. 331. 367. 433. 520 
certificate respecting the adminis- 
tration of the Eucharist, v. 443 
letters and papers respecting, v. 520 
notes on the foundation, v. 1(J7 
notes relating to, v. 543 
particulars concerning, v. 330 
Pepys's disposition of his library, 
V. 521 
S. Mary of Grace, Hall of, v. Peter 
House. 



CASinniDOE, University of (fontinuat) : 
Michaci Houhc : 

acts and instnimentH, A-c. concern- 
ing, V. 336. 480. 6-13. 5f>H 
carta) quiednm circa, v. ATtl 
coUectiones e Ubro Tucato OtrjTig- 

ham, V. 363 
eminent nioiiil>ors, v. 5.33 
licence fur founding, v. 5C.1 
licence for tln' chapel, v. 310 
licciuf for service, v. 481 
hst of fellows, V. 300 
notes of the statutes, v. 564 
Parn's account of the foimdation, 

V. 402 
testamentum Her\ei do Stanton, 

V. 563 
surrender to Henry VIII., v. 563 
pensions to the master and fellows, 
V. 564 
OvjTig, Hospitium de: carta> qua?dam 

circa, v. 357 
Pembroke Hall : 

confirmation of, v. 481 

fellows and ma.sters, catalogao of, 

v. 347 
fellows, list of preferments of, 

v. 432 
Framhugham parish, lease to, v. 

570 
(ireek scholars of, v. 436 
Linton church, appropriation of, 

V. 291. 322 
Sohara lands, grant of, v. 167 
World's end farm, letters respect- 
ing, terrier, &c. of, v. 570 
Yonge, John, master, citation of, 
to appear before the roval visitors, 
V. 345 
letters and papers referring to, 

V. 518 
particulars concerning, v. 423. 432. 
533. 543 
Peter House, or the HjUI of S. Mary 
of Grace: 
benefactors to, v. 500 
Beaumont, Dr, appeal of certain 

fellows against, iv. 430 
chapel, Hcence to the, v. 339 
churches appropriated to, v. 289. 

322. 340. 45!t. 501 
composition with the vicar of Trip- 
low, V. 31.S. 481 
Cosiu, Bp., exemplification of his 
gift, V. 514 
his commemoration of bene- 
factors, V. 417, 4 IS 
ejected, list of those, v. 517 
fellows, list of, V. 517 
notes of admission to fellowships, 
8cholarshi))K, and mastersliip, v. 
315. 317. 319, 3-20, .321. 3'J3. 517 
Hale, Bernard, master, account of, 
v. 373 



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CaIibuidoe, University of {continued): 
Peter House: 

Newton, John de, master, election 

of, V. 483 
Ramsey, Lady M., will of, v. 41'J 
Preachers, five senior, grant for the 

benefit of, v. 401. 418 
Kefrister, extracts from, by Matthew 

Wren, v. 500 
Shorten, Dr: obiit, v. 423 
statutes, decrees, &c., collections 

from the book of, v. 400, 401 
statutum de distributione comita- 

tuum, Arc, rv. 429, 430, v. 418 
statutes granted by Bp. Patrick, 

V. 189 
Wiitgift's benefactions to, v. 34 
notes respecting, v. 459. 533. 543 
papers relating to, v. 516 
Physwick Hostel : 

surrender to Henrj- VIII., v. 5fi3 
annuity of £3 granted to Gonvile 

Hall in return for the surrender, 

V. 522 
Queens' College : 

Banckes, W., letter from, giving an 

account of a vohune in the library, 

IV. 512 

Ingaldesthori), Jane, grant of, v. 

401 
presentation to S. Botolph's, v. 317 
privy seals concerning, v. 229 
register in Dr Davies's hands, par- 
ticulars from, v. 227 
series fiuidationis ex ant. monum. 
coHeeta (HiU), v. 187. 430 
Sir T. Smith's benefactions to, 

V. 31 

Sjiarrow, Anthony, master, election 

of, V. 390 
statuta, V. 358 
trees, letter about the cutting down 

of the (1580), V. 313 
letters from, and papers relating to, 

V. 518 
notes relating to, v. 226. 533. 543 
Sidney College : 

admissions, v. 5^6 

conveyance of the Grey Friars, now 

Sidney College, v. 232 
declaration of the estate of, v. 566 
tabula Sidneiana ex adversariis J. 

Sherman, v. 563 
Wurd'H adversaria, notes from, 

v. 5G6 
letters and papers respecting, v. 519. 

527. 543. 566 
8. Thomas's Hostel : particulars re- 

Hjiecting, V. 423 
Trinity College: 

Mr Alexander Akehurst's charge 

(1654), ,. 214 
Bubington, Dr, articles of agreement 

with, V. 460 



Cambkidge, University of {continued) : 

Trinitv College : 

Beiitley, Dr, letters of Wliitfield 

respecting the petition against, 

V. 186 
Bromley, Lady A., foundation of 

five scholars by, v. 565 
Burghley, Lord, letters to, v. 371. 

509 
Carta donationis regis Henrici VIII., 

V. 264 

Cecil, SirE., appointment of as pa- 
tron, V. 371 
Chapel and library, building of, 

V. 564 
Colbatch, Dr : the case of Trinity 

College, II. 281 
Cosmo de Medicis, memorandum of 

the visit of, v. 371 
Dullingham, order of Bp. Wren for 

13.S'. 4d. to be distributed to the 

poor of, v. 435 
ejectments at (1649, 1650), v. 362 
letters to Q. Elizabeth, Walsingham, 

Lord Burghley, &c., v. 509, 510 
enclosui'e beyond the river, v. 564 
fellows and scholars, list of, v. 565 ; 

to 1726, by Mason, v. 377 
• chambers of various (5 Ed. 

VI.), V. 373 

conformity of, certificate of 



Dr Neville of, v. 510 

first plan, with names of the first 
fellows, v. 355 

Icing's letter to the electors of the 
royal Professorships, v. 565 

king's letter revoking aU grants in 
reversion, v. 565 

masters, list of, v. 564, 565 

Dr Metcalfe's pica to have a fellow- 
ship on relinquishing the Hebrew 
Professorship, i. 458 

MSS. given by Whitgift, catalogue 
©f, V. 90 

catalogue of, by Claget, v. 90 

Dr Neville, portrait of, given to, 
V. 104 

notes respecting members, v. 665 

notes relating to, v. 371. 533. 543. 
563 

notes from the paper office con- 
cerning, V. 371 

statuta, V. 301. 344. 564 

preface to Q. Mary's, v. 347 

visitor, petition respecting the, 
V. 356. 373 

Westminster scholars: reasons a- 
gainst the late obtained grant for 
Westminster School, v. 371 
names of, from 1561 to 1629, 

I. 183 
Bp. Neile's memorial of simdry 
things performed by the D. and 
C. of Westminster, v. 510 



n 



CAMitKiPCK, ruivorsity of (contiuneil): 
Trinity (.'ollei,'c: 

Westminster selu)liirs : 

extract from the Q. letters pti- 
teut relatiug to, v. 510 
jireeeilenee of, v. 501 
letter excusing the college for 
uot electing a third Westmin- 
ster scholar, v. 50'.) 
Whitgift, gifts of, V. IH'J 
^■<'<' King's Hall, iliehaol House, 
Pbyswick Hostel. 
Trinity Hall: 

charter of, v. 299 

competition with lung's College, 

V. 1U3 
agreement with the Hall of the An- 
nunciation (■/.('. Caius College), in- 
denture of, III. 148, V. 30-1 
Expulsion of P. Nichols, v. 402 
suit against T. Atte Poudc of Kyrt- 
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particulars concerning, v. 225. 268, 
269. 333. 428, 429. 514. 533. 543 
grant to by Ely priory, v. 461 
Cambridge, Edmund Plantagenet, Earl 
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to, I. 129 
license to trim and sell the cuttings of 
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order to a lady to repair to Walling- 
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Camden, William : Collectanea ex MSS., 

V. 544 
Campano of Novaka. Tractatus de quad- 
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Tractatus de Catha conjimota et dis- 

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Theorica de motibus planetarum, iv. 
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Campion, Edmund. Two books of the 
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Richard. Letters to Strype. v. Index, 

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Campsall, Vicarage of, presentation of 

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Canham, Paul. Letter to Strype. v. Index, 

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Canon Law, Ai-ticles of on election of 
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extracts from the Code and Digest, 

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fragment of a treatise on, i. 345 
Canon Miss.e, i. 346 [This is in Italian 

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Canonization, notes of requests for, v. 

382. 384 
CiNONS, Ecclesiastical, i. 527, ni. 345 
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Casoss (niu tiintitl) : 

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Provinciates de iMinitentiis ot ro- 

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C.VNOVA, MoNSEIGNEUR DE. Copio flo la TO- 

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Answer to the articles in the institu- 
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Names of the Archbishops of, in. 53 
Registrars, appointment of. v. 391 
S. Augustine's. Enumeration of im- 

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I. 123 



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Caklisle (continued): 

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Cabmelite Offices, by John Bale, ii. 531 
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De lustitutione fratriim, by Thomas 
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Chakles v., Emperor (coittinucd): 

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V. 433 
memorial of such debts as are due to 
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rough di-aft of the English ambassa- 
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141, V. 433 
seven alternatives offered to by 

Hemy VIII., ii. 141, v. 433 
protocol of his reply to the nuncio and 

other ambassadors, ii. 141 
capitula in quibus lidem uon servavit 

CaBsar, ii. 141 
agreement respecting his journey to 

Italy, II. 141, V. 433 
discourse upon the resignment of his 
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translated by L'^. H. Howard, iv. 117. 
440, v. I'Jl ' 
Chaeles IX., K. of France, treaty with 

Q. EUzabeth (1572), i. 370 ^ 
Charles I. while Prince of Wales : 

Lands, &c.: particulars of lauds gi-ant- 
ed to in 1610, i. 513 
value of fee farm rents to be granted 

to in 1610, I. 513 
Status reventionum, 8-Jae. I., iv.536 
survey of Kiiion in Lindsey (1616), 

II. 463 
Supervisus maneriorum Blewberie 

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Accounts of the cofferer of the 

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rolls of the court baron of Sutton 

Courtney, 1619, 1620, iv. 536 
Computa balhvorum in 7 counties, 

1620, IV. 537 
notes of books, surveys, and other 
records dehvered to the Commis- 
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1623, IV. 197 
rolls of the court baron of Steeple 

Ashtou, 22 Jas. I., iv. 537 
Lands and rents granted to by 

James I., i. 348 
nomina maneriorum, <fec. belonging 

to, I. 385 
certificates of the value of parcels of 
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names of livings in his gift, i. 389 
account of lands granted to in 1624, 

I. 389 
certificate of forests, &c. granted 

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indentures concerning lands held 
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Marriage: Breve Papte Gregoriae XV., 
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CommissLon granted to Lord Hais 
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a marriage with Princess Chris- 
tian of France, i. 203 



Chaeles I. (continued): 

Aiiiculi matiimonialis conventus 
with the Infanta of Spain, iii. 
35. 39, V. 368. 581 
Letter to the Abp. of Canterbuiy 
by certain divines on the dispen- 
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Considerations upon the treaty of 
marriage between England and 
Spain, IV. 397 
discom-se in favour of an alliance 
between England and Spain, v. 
581 
a politick dispute about the happiest 

match for, iv. 397 
letter of Abp. Abljott to James I. 

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articles agreed upon touching his 
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Aldred (Thomas). Letter against 
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Speech of, 24 Feb. 1623, i. 536 
Visit to Cambridge, 1612: 

mandate of James I. to confer de- 
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307 
The Prince's and Palsgrave's 
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Chables I., after his accession: 

Proceedings at Cambridge on his pro- 
clamation, IV. 307 
Knights of the Bath made at his coro- 
nation, I. 504 
Articles du traits d'alliance entre la 
roy de la grande Bretagne et les 
Sieurs estats (1625), iv. 435 
Proclamation declaring ships caiTying 
corn, &,c. for the Kini? of Spain law- 
fiU prizes (1625), i. 176 
Proclamation forbidding trade with 

Spain (1625), i. 176 
Speech on the openijig of Parliam.ent, 

18 Jime 1625, i. 203, iv. 309 
first draught of the petition to con- 
cerning reUgion, 29 Jime 1625, 
III. 36 
Speech in Christ Church Hall, 4 Aug. 

1625, IV. 310 
petition of the Lords and Commons 
for conformity of religion, and the 
king's answers, iv. 310 
report of the message delivered to both 
Houses of Parliament from the king, 
8 Aug. 1625, IV. 310 
protestation of the Commons' House 

before its dissolution, iv. 310 
letter to the chancellor of Cambridge 
concerning the disturbers of the 
University government, 1 Jan. 162^, 
V. 487. 558 
answer to the Earl of Bristol's letter, 

20 Jan. 162^, iv. 284 
letter to the Earl of Suffolk for re- 



45 



Charles I. (coutiniii'tT) : 

storiu}^ clisi'ipliuo to the University, 

Jau. 2t), 1023, V. 173 
Speech iu rarliimiont, G Feb. 162J, 

IV. 28H 
Committee of privileges, 9 Feb. I625, 

IV. 284 
Heads of the message sent to the 

House of Commons touching further 

supply, 10 March lH2g, iv. 285 
message to Parliament, 14 March 162^, 

and answer of the House of Commons, 

III. 158, IV. 285 

reply of the kmg to the House, 15 March 

162^, III. 153, IV. 28(5 
Consultations in Parliament, 1625, 

IV. 292 

Letter to the Commons to hasten the 
supply, 20 Marcli 1()2^, iv. 286 

orders iu the House of Commons, 
March 27, 28, 29, 1026, iv. 284 

Speeches at Whitehall, 29 March 1626, 

III. 153, IV. 287 

Explanation from, 30 March 1626, 

IV. 287 

Marshal of Middlesex, his petition of 
grievances, 6 Apr. 1626, iv. 285 

Humble remonstrance of the Com- 
mons, 5 Apr. 1625, i. 389, iii. 153, 
IV. 288. 313 

Answer of the king, 13 Apr. 1626, 
IV. 313 

humble remonstrance and petition of 
the peers relative to the Earl of 
Arundel's imprisonment, 18 Apr. 
1626, IV. 288 

Message sent from the king to the 
House of Lords relative to the Earl 
of Arundel, 28 Apr. 1620, iv. 288 

short proceedings of the House of 
Lords on May 6, 8, 9, 1626, iv. 289 

message relating to the imprisonment 
of Sir Dudley Diggs, iv. 290 

remonstrance of the Commons on the 
committal of Digges and EUiot, 
IV. 290. 444 

Speech to the Lords, 12 May 1620, 
IV. 290 

answers relating to the restitution of 
the Earl of Anindel,24, 26 May 1626, 
IV. 291 

petition of the House of Commons 
against recusants, .Tune 1020, iv. 292 

Letter commenduig the University of 
Cambridge for electing the Duke of 
Buckingham as Chancellor, 6 Jmie 
1020, III. 482, IV. 292. 307, v. 174 [for 
Charles II. read Charles I.], v. 487 

Letter from the University iu answer, 
IV. 292 

Letter to Sir Heneage Finch to hasten 
the subsidy, 9 June 1626, iii. 37, iv.292 

Eeport of the committee of the House 
of Commons for a general fast, iv. 291 



CiiAiu.Ks I. (iniilhiui'(l): 

' A letter to my noble frimdH in tlip 
lower liousu relating to griivancfs,' 
HI. 480 

Petition of tlio lords intcndttl to linvo 
bill) prist ntcd for stay i-f tlio diHHo- 
lutidii, 15 Jinie ir)26, iv. 293 

Commission for dissolving tlie Purtia- 
lueiit, 15 June ICrii;, iv. 293 

remonstrance of the Houxe of Com- 
mons upon the dissolution of Par- 
liament, III. 480 

Journal of ]>roci'edings in the second 
l)arliam(iit of, 1620, i. 4H5 

Co))y of a letter from the devil to the 
Pope, 1020, III. 153 

Letter and instructions for supply of 
money, 7 July 162(), iv. 313 

Proclamation diclaring liis intention 
in rofiuiriug aid by way of loan, 
7 Oct. 1020, III. 153 

instructions to be followed by the 
Commissioners for the loan of monev, 
III. 480 

Lettre de M" les Ambassadeurs dii 
roy de la Gr. Bret, a M" de la Ro- 
ch'elle, 11 Feb. 162;, i. 175, 170 

Le grand cas de habeas coq^iis in 
banco regis, 22 Nov. 1027. iv. 446 

Speech in Paihament, 17 March 102^, 

III. 38. 153 

8 articles, the ground of the remon- 
strance of the lower house (f>n the 
Duke of Buckingham) and the king's 
speech thereon, iii. 154 

Propositions to be considered in Par- 
liament, 1628, III. 154 

orders and resolutions in the House on 
the liberty of the sul)ject, 26 March 
and 4 April 1028, iv. 270 

petition of botli houses against Jesuit-!, 
recusants, Ac, March 1028, iv. 270 

answer to the petition, iv. 270 

message to the House of Commons, 
31 March 1028, iv. 270 

Propositions for tlie present necessary 
8Ui>plies, 102K, in. 37 

Speeches at the debates conccniiiig 
supplies, 2 Apr. 1628, iv. 270 

Heads of grievances in Parliamwit, 
1028, III. 37 

Petition of both houses to, witli the 
king's answer, .\pril 1028, in. 154 

Kelation of tlie king's content, touch- 
ing the proceedings of Parliunniiit 
(voting of 5 subsiiUes), 4 Apr. 1()2^, 
iiL 154, IV. 270 

message to the houses, 11 .\pr. 1G28, 

IV. 271 

Speeches and arguments at tlie con- 
ference of the Commons with the 
Lords, April 102M, 11. 34 

Heads f>f the Speaker's speech, 1 ^ 
April 102s, and the 8i)ecch, iv. 272 



46 



Ch.uiles I. (continued) : 

Petition of the Commons on the billet- 
tins of soldiers, 14 April 1628, iv. 271 

Speech of the king in answer, iv. 271 

Petition for rights and liberties pre- 
ferred May 1628, with the king's 
answer, iii. 154 

Remonstrance of Parliament to, 17 
June 1628, with his answer, iii. 38 

Second remonstrance of ParUament, 
III. 38 

Speeches, June 7 and 26, 1628, in. 37 

Letter to Cambridge, naming the E. of 
Holland as Chancellor, 28 Aug. 1628, 
V. 175. 487. 558 

Speech to the two houses, 24 Jan. 162f , 

III. 154, IV. 310 

Petition for a pubUck fast, 28 Jan, 
162^, with the king's answer, iii. 154, 

IV. 310 

Declaration of the House of Commons, 
2 Feb. 162§, with the king's answer, 

III. 154 

Letter to Cambridge on some errors 
of opinion, 4 Feb. 162|, iv. 308 

Protestation of the Commons in Parlia- 
ment, Feb. 162«, III. 38 

Protestation of some of the lower 
house, refused to be read by the 
Speaker, and verses on this, in. 1 55 

Answers of the four paiiiament-men 
imprisoned about the disorder to 
questions asked them in their exa- 
minations, III. 155 

Speech in the upper house dissolving 
the Parliament, March 162|, iii. 155, 

IV. 311 

Relation of the proceedings of the Par- 
Uament, 20 Jan.— 10 March 162|, 
I. 61. 520, IV. 310, 311 

Instructions to the Archbp. of Canter- 
bury for praying for the king of 
Denmark's success in his wars, 
III. 156 

Letter of the Ai-chbp. to tlie Bishops 
touching the above instructions, 
III. 156 

Order made in the Star-chamber, 29 
May 1629, iv. 311 

Articles of peace with France, 1629, 
III. 156 

Injunctions for the govcnimcnt of the 
University of Cambridge, 4 March 
16|g, V. 559 

Copy of the Privy Council's letter to 
lieutenants of Northampton, Hunt., 
Camb., and Middlesex, 8 June 1631, 
III. 1.56 

Letter to the Earl of Exeter, lord-lieu- 
tenant of Northamptonshire, with 
his letter to his deputy lieutenants, 
19, 25 .June 1631, iii. 156 

Accoimt of liis visits to Cambridge, 
1631—2, and 1641—2, iv. 308 



Ch.\eles I. (continned) : 

Letter respecting benefices in the crown 

patronage (1632), v. 467 
Speeches to, by Withrington, recorder 

of Berwick, 1633, 1639, in. 157. 159 
Letter from the Privy Council to the 

sheriff of Norfolk, on levying of ship- 
money, Aug. 12, 1635, in. 39 
Letter to the Judges on ship-money, 

with the Judges' answer, 2 Feb. 1636, 

in. 39, IV. 210 
Council's letters to the sheriff of Kent, 

28 Dec. 1636, in. 39 
Petition of the Scots against the ser- 
vice-book, 1637, IV. 273 
The Scots' reasons against the service- 
book, IV. 273 
Letter of the Privy Council of Scotland, 

25 Aug. 1637, IV. 273 
Acts of deposition against Scotch bi- 
shops, 1638, V. 385 
News from the Scottish assembly, 1638, 

V. 385 
'Answer to a gentleman who sent to 

enquire after the Scottish business,' 

April 1639, in. 159 
Verses on the said rebellion, and his 

majesty's just arms for its supi^res- 

sion. III. 159 
Commission to the Earl of Arundel to 

be general of the army, 7 March 

163f, I. 517 
prayers for the King in his Northern 

expedition, 1639, 1640, v. 164. 475 
proclamation concerning a scandalous 

paper, 11 Aug. 1639, v. 170 
oi'der of the House of Lords for the 

performance of Divine Service, 16 

Jan. 1640, v. 174 
address in rhyme to the House of 

Commons, Ap. 14, 1640, v. 580 
petition of nineteen peers for a Parlia- 
ment, Aug. 1640, V. 580 
letter about the first skirmish between 

the English and Scots, Aug. 27, 1640, 

V. 580 
letter sent to Mr Worrall about this, 

12 Sept. 1640, V. 580 
letter from the recorder of York, 11 

Sept. 1640, V. 580 
meeting of the Lords with the King, 

Sept. 24, 1640, v. 581 
Quferes of the London clergy on the 

oath enjoined by the Synod, canon 

6, 1640,' IV. 214 
paper of intelligence sent to Bishop 

Wren, 24 Sept. 1640, v. 385 
intentions of the army of Scotland, 

1640, IV. 214 
lawfulness of the Scots' expedition into 

England, v. 181 
Speech, 23 June 1640, iv. 219 
Speeches in Parliament, Nov. 3, 5, 

1640, IV. 217; 16 Feb. 164J, ii. 188 



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Charles I. (continued) • 

petitiou of tho City of London, 11 Die. 

1G40, IV. 21i> 
particulars of p'icvances caust'(l...l)y 

tho Prelacy and their deiHiulauts, 

IV. 2 lit 
message to the Lords, rehitin},' to tho 

reprieve of Goodman, 25 Jan. 1G4J, 

IV. 219 

Scotch petition, 5 Sept. 16-10, and an- 
swer, V. 580 

Pahner's Journal of the House of 
Commons at the Parliament begun 
3 Nov. 1640, III. 730 

Diurnall occurrences, or heads of pro- 
ceedings in Parliament, 3 Nov. 1640 
—27 March 1641, iv. 220 

Speech in Strafford's case, 1 May 1641, 
III. 730 

Protestation of the House of Commons 
for the maintenance of the reformed 
religion, 3 May 1641, iii. 730 

Case of Percye and others, on their 
conspiring to bring up the anny to 
awe the Parliament, in. 730 

information by T. L'Oachard and R. 
Endley, with verses, 1642, v. 411 

orders of the Lords with respect to the 
French Ambassador (March, July 
1642), V. 406 

Letters to various persons, 1642 — 1645, 

V. 403, 404. 406; to the Parliament, 
V. 405 

Letters to the Speaker of the House of 

Peers, Lord Goring, &c. (1642), v. 

398, 399 ; to Marquis of Ormoud, 

V. 399, 400 
Letter to the Queen, 2 March 1642, v. 399 
Diurnall occnn-ences in Parliament, 

18 to 25 April, 1642, iv. 436 
Collections taken since his leaving 

Parliament and coming do-svu to 

York, 1642, iii. 158 
Letters to Dr Farmerie of Lincoln, re- 
questing a contribution from the 

clergy (1642), v. 468 
Declaration of the Lords and Commons 

assembled in Parliament, 8 Aug. 

1642, III. 158 
answer of the king to this, iii. 158 
letter to Cambridge requesting a loan, 

1642, v. 559 ; requesting college 
plate, V. 559 

messages to Parliament, 1642, v. 412 

notes of publick atfairs, 1641, 1642, v. 
568 

accounts of the Scottish army in Ire- 
land till 1 Feb. 1642, n. 82 

Letter to the mayor of Bristol, 29 May 

1643, V. 411 

ordinance for davs of relaxation, 4 Jan. 

1644, V. 412 

prayer of thanksgiving for the victory 
of Edgehill, v. 475 



Charlks I. (continued) : 

protest of tlio king'H CoramisHionrm 
against Lovo's preucLiug, Feb. UAi, 
v. 410 
list of the pay and cntcrtuinnirnt of tho 
colont'l general and oflicerH of tho 
army raised for Inland, 161.'>, ii. H2 
reasons for i>utting hiniBelf into tho 

hands of the Scots, v. 399, HM) 
Declaration of the king at Hampton 

Court, 2 Nov. 1647, iii. 158 
giievances of, v. 446 ; instructions to 
Colonel Hammond from both Houses, 
v. 446; propositions for peace (1647), 
v. 446 
message to the Houses on prosecution 
of peace by a personal treaty, 6 Dec. 
1647, III. 158 
Druniuiond's acquittance for the Scots' 

army, v. 410 
letters and orders respecting the king 

(1647), V. 411 
Seasonable queries propounded, in. 159 
Considerations on tho declaration of 
the aimy to stand to the two Houses, 
1 Feb. 1641, n. 282 
Treaty at Newport, 1648, v. 410 
Letter to the Clergy, 14 Nov. 1648, v. 390 
Letters and declarations, 1644 — 1648, 

V. 568 
order about the king's corpes, 8 Feb. 

164J, V. 400 
allowances to be made to sheriffs for 
extraordinary disbursements, 1647, 
u. 78 
letters to Cambridge, v. 165. 331 ; let- 
ters to P. Maurice, Bishop Juxon, 
Sir B. Granville, &c., v. 379 
Oath of the gentlemen of his pri\-y 

chamber, i. 161 
Warrant for 100 marks, &e. to be paid 

to S. Crow, I. 172 
a list of the monies given by the Lords 

of the Comicil to, v. 175 
reports respecting his children's affairs, 

V. 412. V. Elizabeth. 
Lands, Manors, iSrc. : 

Certificates of estates heretofore 
mortgaged to the citizens of Lou- 
don, 1627, II. 83 
certain honors, castles, &c. parcol 
of the ancient revenue of the 
crown, to bo in charge in tho 
Pipe, II. 83 
certificate of lordships, itc. in cer- 
tain counties not gninted in fee- 
farm, 1629, 11. sa 
manors, ilc. not granted in fee-form, 

1629. II. 79 
notes of the rents of crown lands in 

several c<iuntie9, 1629, iv. 4 12 
survey of lands, rents, Ac. belonging 
to tho crown in various counties, 
IV. 441 



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Charles I. (conthvtfid) : 

a sale in fee-fann to W. CoUyns, 
and E. Fenn, and Sir W. Eiissell, 
1630. lf)31, I. 512 
to E. Freeman, 1630. i. 518 
to Sir W. KusseU, 1631, 1632, 
II. 76, 77 
Certificate of manors, lands, <tc. in 
certain counties belonging to the 
crown not granted in fee-faron, 
1629, II. 81 
Knights' fees for the diicliy of Lancas- 
ter for certain counties, 1638,11.40 
Computus of W. Collins for the 
duchy of Lancaster for 1633 and 
1640." 11. 40 
Liber omnium declarationum com- 
putorum...reveucionum for 1G40, 

I. 512 

accounts of receivers in certain 
counties for 1641, ii. 88 ; for 1642, 

II. 76 

rental in Wales, and of parks in 
Surrey and Kent, 1642, ii. 83 

receivers' accounts of the Queen's 
revenues in divers counties, 17 
Car. L, II. 83 

Eedditus omnium fii*marum et 
feodi-finnarum in onere coram 
clerico Pipfc, in certain counties, 
II. 83 

rents belonging to the King, Queen, 
and Prince, in certain counties, 
11. 83 

names of parks and chases, late 
part of the revenue of which Sir 
H. Holcroft and others were trus- 
tees, II. 84 

computus of the royal revenues in 
various coimties for 1648, ii. 75. 78 

certificate of honors, manors be- 
longing to which are not granted 
in fee-farm, 1648, ii. 78 

arrears of fee-farm rents certified, 

1649, II. 77 

Comijutus of revenue in the county 
of Lincoln for the year ending 
Michaelmas, 1649, iv. 19 

account of sums of money for sale 
of honors, manors, &c., 1649, 

1650, I. 513 

particular of contracts made by 
tenants who have purchased ma- 
nors, (fcc. belonging to, 1649 — 

1651, I. 351 

particular of honors, manors, &c. 
sold by assigned bills, 1650 — 1652, 
I. 351 

certificate of contracts made by cre- 
ditors who have purchased ma- 
nors, (tc. belonging to, 1650 — 

1652, I. 351 

crown lands sold between 1649 and 
1655, 1. 512 



Charles I. (cont'ni^ied): 

status reddituum parcellamm pos- 

sessionum Coronje, etc. in Cornub., 

Devon., etal. comit., 1649 (a roll), 

IV. 542 

List of High Commissioners, &c. in his 

reign, ii. 190 
Letters patent of, with various appoint- 
ments, IV. 434 
Tom Tell-troth, or a free discourse 
touching the murmurs of the time, 

III. 482, IV. 312 

Letter of advice sent to King Charles 
against the seditious Ubelling of Tom 
Tell-troth, in. 480 

A reconciliation made between the king 
and his subjects, touching the de- 
mand of his right in old debts and 
lands quietly enjoyed time out of 
mind, ii. 51 
Charles II. Prince Charles' Litany, 
v. 476 

Accoimt of his visit as Prince of Wales 
to Cambridge, 12 March 164.1, iv. 
308 

Letters to Lord Goring, (fee, v. 403, 
404, 405, 406 

.order requiring him to reside at Eich- 
mond, V. 411 

order of special prayers to be use 1 for 
(1654), V. 476 

manner of proclaiming at Cambridge, 

IV. 308, V. 503 

accoimt oi the proceedings at White- 
hall, June 1660, iv. 308 

lu.structions ior the government of the 
University, 6 Feb. 166-J , iv. 308 

Letters to the Earl of Southampton on 
the ordering of the militia, with other 
letters (1664—1666), iv. 436 

order in council to assemble trainbands 
ior the defence of the Isle of Wight, 
1666, IV. 436 

orders of the committee appointed to 
enquire into the miscarriages of 
the late war, 13 Feb. 166|^ , in. 474, 

IV. 318 

CQi^iss of letters patent of, with various 
appointments, iv. 434, 435 

letters to Cambridge, v. 221, 222, 223. 
559 

Letters and declarations of, 1644-1648, 

V. 568 

Charleton, Walter. Additions to Phar- 

macopaia Londinensis, A. 32 
notes on his works, A. 32. 35 
CnARLETT, Arthur. Letters to Strype. v. 

Index, V. 145 
Charlton, Nicholas. Letter to Strype. v. 

Index, V. 145 
Charms and Incantations, book of, i. 301, 

IV. 7 
Charta, Maona: i. 323. 399. 413. 423. 540. 

543, II. 2. 6. 34. 183. 272, in. 22. 222. 



49 



CnARTA, Magna (continued): 
III. 277. 281. 2'.»0. 521. 702. 735, iv. 12. 
15. 70. 74. 11<) 

in French, i. 328. 423, ii. 253 
nrticnli iu, iv. 298 
roiidintjs of, iii. 222. 282. 495 
CnAUTAitrM fc>niml?e, iv. 119 
CiiAUiKiis, from "Williiuii I. to TTenry IV., 
summary of articles foiitaiiied in, iv. 152 
Chartier, Alain. La belle dame sang 
mercy, in English, ii. 289 (attributed to 
Chaucer) 
Chase, John. Letter to Strs-j^e. r. Index, 

V. 145 
Chaccer, Geoffret. a. B. C. ii. 493 [v. 
Corr. V. 595, 596], in. 172 
.^tas prima, in. 293. 424 [inserted in 

Boethius after Lib. ii. met. 5] 
on the Astrolabe, i. 151. 495 [v. Gorr. 

V. 588] 
Balade of Fortune, iii. 424 [inserted in 

Boethius after Lib. ii. met. 5] 
Balade of good counsel, in. 173, III. 560 

[art. 12, V. Corr. v. 600] 
Boethius de Consol. Phil., translation 

of. III. 367. 424 
Canterbury Tales, i. 228, in. 173. 429, 

IV. 126 [r. Corr. v. 605] 

Man of lawe's tale of Constaunce, 
n. 31 [v. Corr. v. 590] 

Fragm. of Prioress's tale, in. 557 
Complaint of Annehda, n. 288 
Complaint of Venus, n. 288 
Complaint to his purse, ii. 288 
the Cuckow and the Nightingale, n. 287 
Death of Pity, n. 287 
Jack Upland, n. 510 
Legend of good women, in. 173 (v. Corr. 

V. 598] 

Legend of Thisbe, ii. 288 
Lenvoy to Scogon, in. 173 [v. Corr. v. 598] 
Parhament of Fowls, ii. 287, m. 173. 

295 [r. Corr. v. 599] 
Troilus, III. 173 

account of the life and writings of, by 
Heame, i. 194 
Chaworth, Viscount. Petition in a chan- 

cerj' suit, i. 172 
Cheek, Edward. Letters to Strype. r. In- 
dex, V. 145 
Cheek, Mrs. Letter to Stn"i>€. v. Index, 

V. 145 
Cheisnall, law readings of, n. 485 
Cheke, Sir John. Letter to EogerAscham, 
I. 381 
letter to Queen Marj-, v. 33 
specimen of his translation of S- Mat- 
thew's (Jospel, V. 33 
account of the funeral of Buoer, rv. 370* 
de superstitione, v. 575. r. v. 70 
Latin translation of Plutarch de Super- 
stitione, V. 575 
Cheny, Richard, Bp- of Gloucester, excom- 
munication of, V. 26 



CitENYF, Matrice. On tlie mnrtyrdiiin<i of 
Fisher, More, and tlie 18 CiirtliUHJanH 
(Lat.). II. 457 
Chkuhim,, court rolls of the royal manor 

of, I. 69 
CHEuitY, Francis. Letters to O. C. Goetz, 

V. 187 
Chertsky, abbat and convent of : warrant 
to exchange lands with the Bishop of 
Chichester, i. 107 
Chess. [Jacobus de Cessolis] Le livre do 
eschez translate par Jehan do Vignay, 
II. 336 
Chester, wonderful delivery of a maiden 
at, from sickness, in 1564. n. 30 
warrant for i)ayment of wages to tho 
ranger [read chirachonr for chiun- 
clour] of a forest in, i. 143 
chief justice of : certificates of his prece- 
dence at the coimcil in the 'Welsh 
marches, i. 161 
diocese of, letters respecting, v. 207,298 
estate of in the time of Bishop 
Bridgeman, v. 298 
petition of the Bishop (27 Hen. VI.) to 

cite adulterers, itc, v. .382 
dean and chapter of, things granted 
and not granted to, by Queen Eliza- 
beth, I. 186 
Chesterton, assignment of a seat in the 
church, V. 295 
camp, note of B. Bell respecting, v. 392 
subject to University jurisdiction, v. 494 
Chetwood, John. Passages in the life of 
Wentworth, Earl of Roscommon, v. 428 
will of, V. 429 

Knightley. Order for him to be 

archdeacon of Canterbury, v. 391 
extracts relating to, v. 429 
Chevillier, Andh^. Notes by Baker on 
his Oriijinc de rimprimrrir dr Pari.^, A. 30 
CincuELEY, Henry, Archbishop of Canter- 
bnry. Constitutiones, in. 226. 421 
pedigree of, v. 345 
Child, Joshua. Letter to Strj-pe. r. Index, 
v. 145 

Sir Richard. Letters to Strj-pe. r. 

Index, v. 145 
Cnii-MNfiwoKTH, William. On the infalli 

bility of the Roman rhwrch, v. 185 
China, conquest of by the Tartars, notes 

on, v. 182 
CnirPENHAM. Case between the vicar and 

the patron, v. H75 
C'HiriMNd Waldf.n manor *nd otlirrs. ac- 
count of tlie bailiffs of. 1650. ii. HI 
CiMUotiUArHrM. Modus rirovrrnfTundi in 
curia rcp^s de omninjiMlis pliioitis, i. HOo, 

IV. 76 
CuisENHALL. JoHN. Lcttcr to Str>p«. r. 

Index, V. 145 
CinsMiLL, Edmund. Letters to Strj-pe. r. 

Index, V. 145 
notes on Horace, A. 6 



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Chiswell, Eichabd. Letters to Stn-pe. r. 

Index, v. 145 
CH<EnoBoscHrs and others, X^|«s ^paxeiai 

fiom. III. 10 
Choik Book, i. 515 [v. Corr. v. 588] 
Chreshold, Mr. Speech and argument 
concerning subjects" grievances by im- 
prisonment, 1628, IV. 269 
Chkistian I\. King of Denmark: letters 

to the Commons of England, v. 405 
Chkistiax, Princess of France, commission 
for her marriage with Prince Charles, 
1616, I. 203 
Christina, Queen of Sweden. Letters to 
the EngUsh Picpublick, v. 405 ; letter of 
the ParUament to, v. 414 
Christina de Pisan. The boke of Polocye, 

III. 558 
Christmas. Les diuinemenz de le jur de 

Nouel, II. 1 
Christopherson, John. Plutarchus de fu- 
tiU loquacitate a Gneco in Latinum 
conversus, i. 309 
Letter to Dr Scot, v. 396 
Chronicles of England : 

Successio regum BritannoninL Jilneas 
to Cadwaladnis, ii. 32('); Lucius to 

Hen. VII., I. 295; William I 

Eichard I. (French), iii. ij20; Edw. 
Conf. to Elizabeth, iii. 544 
De regibus et regnis et episcopatibus 

totius AnglifB, ii. 324 
Chronological table of Saints and Kings 

of England (Eng.), ii. 289 
(Lat.) to 1125, III. 670 
(French, brief abstract) to 1273, ii. 1 
(Eng.) Emperors and Popes to 1276, 

II. 165; (Lat.) to 1217, i. 427 
(French) to 1306, iv. 302 
metrical, called Principium Anglise, 

I. 522, II. 508 
(French) to 1333, in. 503 
breve rerum Anglicarum, to 1381, i. 18 

[v. Corr. V. 584] 
(Lat.) to 1399, ii. 524 
(Lat.) to Henry VI., i. 440, iv. 332 ; 

(Eng.) Edw. I. — Henry VI., ii. 165 
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Aimotatio temporum pro ratione an- 

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Tbv acnratTfxov, iv. 465 
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IV. 497 
Homelise super evangelium S. Johan- 

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Quod nemo Iffiditur nisi a semet ij^so, 

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De septem vitiis c.apitalibus, in. 43 
Sermo in S. Matth. ix. 1, ni. 391 

in Natali Innocentium, in. 392 

Sermones 5 de Nativitate Domini, in. 

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Extract from (Lat.), in. 435 
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Pseud. Opus imperfectum in S. Mat- 

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An advertisement touching the con- 
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I. SOS 
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notes on, by Taylor, A. 23 
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in Catilinam, i. 509, n. 494 
pro Ligario, i. 509, n. 494 
pro Marccllo, i. 508, n. 494 
Philippine, i. 509 



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Cicero (roiithiucd) : 
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rbetoritii tul HtTeiininin, iii. 502; 

CirOi'k translation of Lib. 3, i. 221 
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CoMMENDAMS {continne({) : 

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361 



CoRNWALLis, Sir Charles, note of privy 
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Coronation, form of, for King and Queen, 
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tractatus de coronatione regis et re- 

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That the kings of England consult with 
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Letter to Lord Clarendon in behalf uf 

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Lidexes to the originals of his corre- 
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Journal of his travels in Asia Minor 
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Thomas. Letter to the king, v. 

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DiviNKS, AsHPnibly of (rontitiuftf) : 

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Alcidamas, A. 67 
Ainmouius de adfiniiim vocabulorum 

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Antipbon, A. 67. 79 
Apostolius, 21 centuries of Greek 

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Aristophanes. A. 67. 72, 73. 78 

Sanxay's Lexicon to, A. 74 

Aristoteles de Poetica, A. 77 

Athena-us, A. 68. 78 

Attica, A. 79 

Barker, E. H., Tracts, A. 76 

Bekker's Auecdota(rra;ca, A. 70. 79 

Bentley's Answer to Collins, A. 7<) 

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Castelli's Siciliie et obj. insul. iu- 

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Clarke's (Ireek marbles, A. 75 
Cleomedcs' meteora, A. 71 
Cjriac of Ancoiia, \. 68 
Dawes's Miscfllanea Critica, A. 75 
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Dinarchus. \. 67. 69. 79 
Dobree'fl Revit-ws, A. 76 
Elmsley, P.. Reviews, A. 72. 76 
Epicliannus, A. 78 
Etyiuologicon Magnum, A. 68 
Euripides, A. 71, 72. 78 
Fabricius, BibUotheea Grteca, A. 71. 

74 
Fasti, A. 79 



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DoBEEE, Peter Pacl : notes on 

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Hellenica, A. 79 
Hemsterbuis. Transcript of liis 

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Catalogue of his books at 

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Hepbffistion, A. 75 
Hermann, J. G. J. Tracts, A. 76 
Herodotus, A. 77, 78 
Hodgkin's Calligrapbia Grajca, A. 

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Horace, A. 69 
Inscriptions, A. 79 
Isaeus, A. 67. 69. 77. 79 
Isocrates. A, 70. 79 
Kidd's Dawes's Misc. Crit., A. 75 

Opuscula Kubnkeuiana, A. 76 

Keviews, A. 76 

Tracts and Criticisms of Por- 

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Lysias, A. 67. 79 
Malala's Historia Chronica, A. 77 
Marsh's Horte Pelasgicae, A. 75 
Meineke's Curse Secimdas in Comi- 

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Tracts, A. 76 

Menander and Philemon, A. 73 
Miscellaneous authors, A. 79, 80 
Montfaucou's Biblioth, Coisliniana, 

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Museum Criticum, A. 76 
Museum Ant. Stud, by Wolf and 

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Novum Testamentum, A. 69 
Oratores Attici, A. 67. 70 
Osann's Tracts, A. 76 
Philemonis Lexicon, A. 77 
Photii Lexicon, A. 68. 7-4 
Plato, A. 68. 77, 78 
Plutarch, A. 77 
Pocock's Inscr. liber, A 67 
Person. Adversaria, A. 76 
Aristophanica, A. 73 
Iteviews, A. 76 
Tracts and Criticisms, 75 
Travis, letters to, A. 75 
Xenophon, notes on, A. 75 
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Eeisig's tracts, A. 76 
Ithetorum sermones, A. 69 
Boberts' Marmoriun Oxon. Ins. 

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Kosetta Stone, A. 70 
Scapulte Lexicon, A. 68 
Scbleusnor's libellus animadv. ad 

Phot! urn, A. 68 
Sophocles, A. 71, 72. 78 



DoBEEE, Peter Paul : notes on 

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Stobc-eus, A. 78 
Suidas, A. 68 
Theophrastus, A. 78 
Thucydides, A. 67. 79 
Timsei Lexicon, A. 74 
Valckeuaer's notes on Demosthenes 
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Wakefield's Diatribe in Hecubam, 

A. 72 
Walpole's Comicorum Fragmenta, 

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DoDFORD, Advowson of, question as to, 

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Barthoi,omkw. Canvassing letter for 

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Gl 



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Dorchester. Charters pranted to the 
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origo episcopatus Dunelmensis (1603), 

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historj- of some particular windows in 

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letter from the Committee of (1645), 

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land of the Bishoprick alienated (1648), 
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University, petition of Cambridge 

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address of the college to Eichard, Lord 
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collection of libels, sentences, &c., in 
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Edwahp I. (couthnird) : 

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List of justices of the peace fiucd by, 

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Bolls of Parliament for the 5th, 8th, 

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Breve de bonis ecclesiasticorum (1316), 

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Nova; ordinationes, i. 401 

Concordia inter rcgem et episcopos de 

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Form of renunciation of homage and 

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The vovage of into Scotland, a. 9, 

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Letter to the abbats of S. Alban's and 

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Confirmation charter respecting liead- 

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Letter respecting his claims on France 

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Manifesto addressed to the peers, pre- 
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Lettre au viscoimte de Oxeneford et do 

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Letter to B. de Burghersh to prohibit 

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Edward III. {(••nitimifiD: 

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Particulars of the nccoimt of the col- 
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Letter of homage made by David, Kin(? 

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Letter to his son respecting a truco for 
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breve ne publicentur litera' legi et regno 
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Impositions or grants in aid, a. 13—50, 

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Letters patent of for various appoint- 
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Liber assisanim et placitonun corona;, 

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liecords of Parliament, i. 376, 377 

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Edward IV. Letters patent for varicus 
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ordinance concerning Windsor chap- 
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Chronicle giving the account of the In- 
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Autograph prefixed to the translation 
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visitation of Cambridge (1549), v. 551 
letters mandator,- to the clergj- of the 
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1616, V. 579 



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Egidius, v. JEfiiDirs. 

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supplication of, in. 157 

Egtllamoure of Artas, Sir, ii. 407 
Ejacflatioxs to God and the Virgin, 

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Ejectments of the Pabochlvl Clergy, 
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and sequestrations in the counties of 
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506 
Elbixg, city of: documents relating to 
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369 
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Humble petition of, concerning the 

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information in the Star-chamber a- 
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John, Apostle to the Indians, 

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Elizabeth, S., a life of, iil 263 
Elizabeth, Queen, the christening of, 
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A speech in Parliament in the begin- 
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Petition of the Commons as to her 
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Petition of the Lords, with her speech 
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Letter to Sir W. Cecil respecting the 
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instructions for Sir J. Smith sent to 
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various papers respecting the succes- 
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An oration in the Parliament that re- 
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Instructions to [Sir Richard] Shelley 
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Treaty with Henry II. of France (1559), 
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letter to the Lord Keeper respecting 
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519 

Correspondence relating to Spanish 
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consultation about receiving a nuncio 
from tJie Pope (May 1, 1561), v. 454 

Sir T. Smith's repiort of the Discourse 
of four gentlemen at Montholl in 



Elizabeth, Queen (continufd) : 

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Letters to Abp. Parker, Aug. 1563, 

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Matters to be treated of at Bruges be- 
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account of her reception at Cambridge 

(1564), II. 484, IV. 293 
Letter to the Town of Cambridge, 1 

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A lewd pasquill set forth by certain of 

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Letters of to various sovereigns (1568 

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Letter dissuading her from the mar- 
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556 
Instructions given to Heniy Kelligi'ee, 

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1568), m. 210 
Placita concilii in Farnamensi castello 

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Answer to the Articles of the Spanish 

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petition of the Duke of Norfolk to 

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responsum summarium eorum quse re- 

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Instructions to Henry Kelligree, sent 

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Instructions to Sir T. Smyth sent to 

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Treaty of Blois with Charles IX. (1572), 

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Letter to Walsingham, 29 March 1573, 

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A prayer made by (15 Aug. 1574), 

n. 484 
Oratio reginaj habita 15 Martii 1575, 

I. 284 
Instructions given 8 June 1575 to 

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Letter from the Lords with instruc- 
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A memorial for Pickman, a captain at 

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Instructions given (1575) to Daniel 

Sylvester, sent to the Emperor of 

Russia, III. 206 
Instructions given, July 1575, to Sir 

Henry Cobham, sent to the King of 

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Instructions given, 29 Oct. 1575, to 

lioljert Corbett, sent into the Low 

ConutricH, ni. 206 
Instructions for Jolin Hastings, sent 

into Holland, 29 Oct. 1575, in. 207 
Instnictions for William Davison, sent 



r.5 



ELiZAnF.Tii, QuKKN {contiiuii'tl} : 

into tlio liow Countries, 29 Jfiirch 

luTfi, 111. '207 
Instructions for Tbomus llundolpli, 

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l'.7G. III. '207 
Instruct ions for llobort Bcalc, sent to 

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HI. 207 
Instructions for Sir Anijas Paulct, 

ambassador to the French King, ui. 

208 
Instructions for Mr Dr Willson, sent 

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III. 208 
Instructions for Sir John Siuj-th, sent 

to the King of Spain, 28 Nov. 157(>, 

III. 208 
Instructions for Edward Horsey, sent 

to Don John of Austria, H Dec. 

lo7(). III. 208 
Instructions for Philip Svduey, sent to 

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Instructions for Eilmund Huggius, sent 

to the king of Marocco and Fez, 

April 1577, III. 200 
Instructions for William Davison, sent 

to the Low Countries, 2 Aug. 1577, 

HI. 209 , 

Instructions to Mr Dr Rogers and Mr 

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Letters to Dr Chaderton and others, 

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Negotiations with Denmark and Poland 

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1. 361—369 
Things excepted out of her grant to the 

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Things granted to the Dean and Chap- 
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Negotiations with the city of Elbing 

(1583), I. 364. 365. 366. 368. 369 
Letter to the sheriff of Lancashire 

(16 Aug. 1584), V. 298 
Speech in Parliament (1585), ii. 186 
Letter to Sir Amyas Pawlett. iii. 86 
I'rayers for, 1586, &c., v. 476 
Latin edition of the Liturgy collated 

with "Wolf's edition, v. 476 
A council of war, 27 Nov. 1587, n. 50 
Prccatio confecta 1588, against the 

Spanish invasion, iv. 447 
Prayer on the discovery of Parry's trea- 
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Letters relative to the Irish rebellion, 

1590_1603, III. 572—588 
Advertisement by an English intelli- 
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the proclamation for search and 

apprehension of seminarj- priests 
(1592), IV. 315 
extract and abbreviation of the book of 

John Philopatris against the procla- 
mation (1592), IV. 315 



Eli/.\iiktii, QiKr.N [citnliiiucih: 

declaration of the oauHen of the troubb* 

prcstijipoHcd to bo iTitfudi'J n(^aiii"t 

thi' niiliii (l.">'.t2), IV. 'M't 

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brief of the •'iitcrtaiiiinent kIvou to, at 

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treaty with Hcnn,- IV. l.','Ji;. i. :\70 
transcript of letters to the Lord.M of tho 

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Parliament of 1601, notes of, by 11. 

Townsend, i. 61 
Speech to tho Parliament, 30 Nov. 

1601, V. 579 
Copy of letters patent, with on ap- 
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Grants under the great seal, Ac, a. 2 — 

43, II. 190 
Certain reasons to move her to accept 
the Sovereignty of tho Low Coun- 
tries, III. 87 
Considerations touching tho peace, 

now in speech, iv. 268 
Praver said in the Parliament House 

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Lands, &c.: notes of lauds Ij'ing in 
various Shires granted by letters 
patent (1575), iv. 442 
Computa ballivorum, itc. in comi- 
tatu Stafford in possession© re- 
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Eevenue of the crown for five years 
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List of high commissioners, oflScers of 
the household, forces, navy, (tc. in 
her reign, n. 190 
Proceeding at the funeral of, i. 5<i3 
Oratio in memoriam, i. 178 
Translation of Xenojdion's dialogue 
between Hiero and Simonides by, 
n. 510 
r. Essex, Robert Dkveuicl'X, Earl of : 
Mauy, Queen of Scots: Fitzoeilvlk, 
Francis. 
Elizaretii, daughter of James I., levying 
of the aid for her marriage in Lincoln 
diocese, v. 467 

daughter of Charles I.: request of 

Bumiston and her other senants for a 
settlement of their claims, v. 409 
order for her and her brothers to bo 

brought to S. James's, v. 411 
report regulating' affairs of Charles I.'s 

children, v. 412 
£7450 to be paid to the Earl of North- 
umberland for her and tho Duke of 
(iloucester, v. 413 
order to go to the Princess of Orange, 

V. 413 
legacy of a jewel to Lady Leicester,v.41fi 
examinations about this, v. 410 



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Ellington', cbitrch of, v. 501, 502 
Ellsixo, Henry. Modus tenentli Parlia- 
meutiun apiid Anglos (Eng.), iv. 46 [v. 
Corn V. 604] 
Elsie cum Emxeth, admission to, v. 294 
Elmslet, Peter : notes on his reyiews by 

Dobree, A. 72. 76 
Eloquence. Brevis et facilis ad eloquen- 

tiam isagoge, i. 283 
Elrtngton, Simon. A collection of briefs, 

pleadings, and mandates, ii. 5 
Elsixg (Norfolk), grant of a market and 
two fiiirs in, to Sir Hugh de HastjTig, 
I. 131 
Elstob, William. Letters to Strype, v. 

575. r. Index, v. 147 
Elton, Edw.ved. Censure of his book 

God's Holy mind, in. 36, v. 368 
Elteden, manor and rectory of, deeds 

relating to, v. 394 
Ely, Diocese of : 

Acta, iustrumenta, &c. statum eccle- 

sife vel diocesis Ehensis attingentia 

e Ubro Eoberti Newcome, v. 288 — 290 

Charter of Henry I. estabUshing, v. 

288. 306 
Charta fundationis ecclesias, 33 Hen. 

Vm., V. 377 
Clergy, arms of the, v. 165; return in 
1560 by tlie Bishop of them and 
theii' quaUfications, v. 264 
CoUectious for Trin, Hospital and S. 
Thomas of Canterbury at Eome, 
V. 483 
Extracts from the Eegisters : 
Simon Montacute, v. 480 
Thomas de Lisle, v. 481 
Thomas Arimdel, v. 314. 482 
Jolm Fordham, v. 339 
Thomas Bourgchier, v. 322. 428 
Wilham Gray, v. 315 
Nicholas West, v. 319 
Thomas Goodrich, v. 320. 323 
Thomas Thirlby, v. 294. 320. 323 
Eichard Cox, v. 323 
Lancelot Andrewes, v. 292 
funeral inscriptions in the Cathedral, 

V. 306 
Hatton Garden, case with Lord Hatton 

respecting, v. 390. 572. 573 
libertates episcopi Elyensis, v. 460 
livings in, v. 491 
mandate for prayers for the Duke of 

Lancaster in 1383, v. 483 
mandatum ne admittantur episcopi 

nullatenus in dioc. Elyensi, v. 483 
mandatory letter to the Clergy from 

Edward VI., v. 552 
mtmorandum respecting the jurisdic- 
tion of the Archdeacon and Bishop, 
V. 291 
miscellaneous papers on, v. 184 
notes, charters, (fee. respecting elections 
of tbo Bishops, v. 300. 307. 359 



Ely, Diocese of {continued) : 

ordinations, v. 318. 323. 340. 484 
ordines celebrati et institutiones con- 

cessas ab episcopo, v. 464 
patronorum, &c. nomina, v. 318 
rental of, in 1683, iv. 442; in 1684, 

IV. 443 

right of hostilage of the Bishop in the 
New Temple, v. 500 

royal letter respecting leases, v. 359 

statutes, V. 184. 359 

de successione episcoporum, v. 289 

taxatio ecclesiarum, v. 318 

visitatio metropolitica Ecclesiae Ehen- 
sis, V. 340 

Knight's collections for a history of, 

V. 188 

Liber Eliensis, a portion of, i. 348 
Tabor's book relating to presenta- 
tions, deprivations, &c., transcript 
of, V. 293 
Worthington's collections of Church 

matters relating to, v. 292. 305 
Deans of, v. 359 

Archdeacon of. Agreement with the 

Bishop after the burning of the 

registers, v. 498 

grace to prevent his being Vice- 

Chancellor of Cambridge, v. 376. 

494 

jurisdiction, memorandum as to 

his, v. 291 
John Parker appointed coadjutor to 
Archdeacon Wisdom, being of un- 
sound mind, 1567 — 8, v. 293 
—— Priory of : 

excerpta e veteri registro, v. 456 — 461 
gi-ant of Jane Ingaldesthorp to, v. 401 
protest against gi'ants made in the 

time of Nigel, v. 500 
roll of, with history of the knights and 
monks, v. 360 

Hospital of SS. John Baptist and 

Mary Magd. Appointment of John Holt, 
Bishop of Lydda, to be master, v. 
293. 319 
isle of. Letter of Ch. Just, Popham 



respecting its draining, i. 256 
coins found in, v. 187 

farthings, v. 187. 306. 498 



Emmanuel, Bartholomew. A treatise on 

letting blood in i^leurisy (Lat.), ii. 466 
Empires of Greece, Eome, &c., brief his- 
tories of, I. 487 
Enciieiridion ex Patrum scriptis et sen- 

tentiis collectum (1581), i. 539 
Endfield Chase, survey of (1656), i. 385 
Enfeoffments, licences for, i. Ill 
England, a short descrij)tion of, i. 500 
Arguments for the succession of the 
kings of England to the kingdom of 
France, ii. 27 
A short view to be taken of Great 
Britain and Spain, ii. 51 



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ENOL.\Nn (i-oiitiiiitc(!): 

Uuion with Scotliiuil prejudicial, unless 
Ireland is also inchnlcd, by (i. S. 

(i7or.), IV. -i^s 

number of jmrisli ehurcliea and military 

fees in, in. r)23 
History of, r. Ciiuoniclks of Enol-vm). 
Kin{j;3 of: mcmoria tcchnica for, ii. 

'2C)3; table of, in. 217. 737, iv. 513 
militaiy fe(Hla in, i. 7 
ExoLEFiELP, Thomas. Readings on tlio 
2nd statute of ^Yestminste^, c. 30, in. 275 
On the active and contemplative life, 

II. 537 

English Poetry, r. Poetry. 
English Prose, Anonymous: 

*A my brother if thou covcitist to 

wvte,' in. 547 
Of tiie fall of the Anj^els, i. 490 
Liber de bon governance, iv. 17 
On the Commandments, in. 281. 448. 

557, IV. 499 
A Christian man's belief declared by 

Holy Writ and doctors' sentence, in. 

314 
' Coutynuel meditacioun of the Pas- 

syon of Christe,' i. 276 
De Corpore Christi, iv. 322 
The craft of dj-ing, n. 502, in. 560 
The dayly dictz in lordes and ladies 

bowses, IV. 18 
The vii dedes of mercy bodily and 

gostely and the v wittes outwardo 

and inwarde, in. 557 
A devoute meditation, in. 281 
Dialogue between adversity and reason 

on the evils of Ufe, in. 537 
Dialogue between wysdam and the 

disciple on the Sacrament, in. 262 
Dicta Salomonis, in. 501 [v. Corr. v. 

600] 
On fasting, in. 545 
How man's sowle is made to the ymage 

and the likenes of the Holy Trinite, 

III. 723 

How men that bee in helo sholde visito 

sike folk, i. 24 
How the myjtes of man's saule stonden 

in the noumbre of fyfe, in. 723 
Lamentatio Sancttc Marin?, in. 448 
A lytell short tretys of the direction 

of a mannys life, n. 535 
On the Lord's prayer. Hail Mar>', 

Creeds, &c., 1.489. 506, in. 178. 179, 

IV. 499 

Against Lutlier's doctrine of justifica- 
tion by faith witliout works, i. 490 

'Marke well thees foure errours wbicho 
letten the verrey knowyng of holy 
writt,' n. 534 

On Matrimony, in. 545 

The Mawndy of our Lord, in. 448 

Meditations on the Eucharist, &c., in. 
449 



English Piiohk, AnonjTnouH (continurd) : 
Do nomine .Fesii, ii. 536 
Notabli' sayngs of holy doctors of tho 

vertue of billy pniyer, n. .'i3.'i 
A l'aragra]>li eonceniing goiUy life, i. 

4HI 

Of the pestilence, iv. 17 

A i)istlo of discretion in styrryngcH, 

in. 723 
A pistlo of prayer, in. 723 
A pistle of private comisell, li. 538, 

III. 530. 724 
Prognostications about tho seasons of 

the year, n. 508 
On the xxi Passions of onr Lord, in. 

563 
On the reading of tho Scriptures, itc, 

II. 533 [r. Curr. v. 596] 
The rewyU of Bcyiit Savioure, n. 535 
Of tho Sacrament of Pemuice, in. 

814 
Of the seven Sacraments, i. 491 
The Prince Sathanas commission unto 

his well-beloved sects of perdition, 

n. 510 
On having tho Scriptures in the \-idgar 

tongue, III. 524 
On the vii deadly sins, n. 533 
Of the vii \-irtues, i. 489 
' Si quis \nilt venire post me,' ii. 536 
A soverejTi comfort for a soul diseased, 

in. 263 
A sovereyn and a notable sentence to 

comfort a person in temptation, ni. 

263 
The sowle and the flesh, ii. 536 
A tretys of three divers thoughts that 

comen often to men, itc., or a tretys 

of discrecion in knowj-ng of spirites, 

II. 534, in. 723 
Tho tour of olio toures, extracts from, 

II. 502 

De tribulationo secundum vi doctorcs, 

III. 449. 560 

On tribulation and temj^tation, i. 490 
Vita trium regum Colom;B, ii. 166, ui. 

555, V. 185 
The virtewis of the ^lass, in. 561 
The fyvo w>les that kynge Pharao did 

to the chiklren of Israel, ii. 535 
Of wedded men and their wj-ves and 
childer, i. 489 
Enoi.isii toxote, Buney of, according to 

Lillye's rules, i. 187 
Eniomas in Latin, in. 204 
Enjedin, George, of Clausenbnrg. Ex- 
plicationes locorum V. et N.Testaraonti 
ex quibua Trinitatis dogma stabiliri so- 
let, v. 190 [This is a transcript of a 
printed book which ajijicarod without 
date or place aUmt 15H0. The author, 
a Sociuian, died in lV.t7] 
ExNius, notes on, by Hcrmauu, .\. 52 
Ephescs, council of. *rai'6i'ei, n. 150 

5-2 



68 



Ephori Fragmeutmn ex Apographo Yos- 

siano, it. 83 
Ephraim Syrus. \6yoi, iv. 494 — i97 

Liber, continens sex liomelias, ii. 19 
Epicharmus, notes on, by Dobree, A. 78 
EprcTExrs. 'Eyx^i-pl-Si-op. iii. 540 
EpiGRAiiiiATA de nominibus, i. 474 

Grjeca, notes on, by Taylor, A. 25 
Epiphakia Domini, Traetatus de (vers.), 

1.473 
Epiphaxius. irepi fiirpwv kclI (TTadjj.Qiv, 

HI. 12 
Episcopact, some considerations concern- 
ing, I. 536 
Epistles and Gospels. Intitulationes 

qn» docent tempora, loea, principia, et 

fines, sec. usiun Samin, ii. 44 
Epistola. ' Scio enim quantus angor,' 

III. 253 
Epistola Pontificum et canones, i. 10 [r. 

Corr. V. 584] 
EpisTOLARUii liber illustriiim et epigram- 

matum, autbore J. C. (1638), i. 531 
Epitaphs, collections of, it. 365. 404, t. 184. 

189. 332. 341. 392. 430. 436. 438. 447. 

453. 473. 485. 515, 516. 526. 527. 528. 

529. 530. 531. 543. 544. 545 
Epworth, roll of the courts baron of, rv. 

541 
Erasmus, S., a metrical passion of, i. 5 

Desiderics. On the magnitude of 

God's mercT, Englished by E. Warren, 
111. 198 

notes on his Apologies by himself and 
others, A. 37 
Erdeswicke, Sampson. Surrey of Staf- 
fordshire, IV. 267 
Eric, King of Norway. On the rents as- 
signed him towards paying the marriage- 
portion of Margaret of Scotland, it. 
439 
Erigena, Johannes Scotus. Traductio li- 
brorum 4 S. Dionysii AreopagitEe, ii. 5, 
III. 434 

Fragment of the Homily on the Pro- 
logue to S. John's Gospel, ii. 332 
[v. Corr. T. 594] 
Ernald (a hermit), Tision of, ii. 254 
Ekotlvnus. tC)v trap 'iTriroKparei X^^euu 

ffwaywyi^, HI. 677 
Escheat cases in the reigns of Hen. IV. — 
Hen. Vin., III. 160 

ESCHENDEN, JoHANNES DE. De judiciis 

Eschendenensibus, iii. 346 
EsgciRE, definition of an, i. 503 
EssEBY, "William de. De artificioso modo 
■ prnedicandi, iii. 341 

Meditationes sive Sermones, iii. 44 
[v. Corr. V. 597]. 341 
Essex, tenure of lands in, from 27 Hen. 
in. to 2 liich. III., III. 64 

Rop>ert Deverecx, Earl of. Let- 
ters from the Senate of Cambridge with 
the presentation of the Chancellorship 



Essex, Robert Deverecx, Earl of {cant.) : 
(1598), V. 203 ; formal appointment, v. 
203 

thanks to the University for the ap- 
pointment (1598), V. 203 

Letters respecting Cambridge matters, 
V. 203. 204. 397 

Letter to Queen Elizabeth on his com- 
mand to go to Ireland (1599), ii. 184 

Letter to Queen Elizabeth, ii. 185 

Speeches in the Star-chamber on his 
impeachment (29 Not. 1559), iii.551 

Letters written to, by the Lord Keeper 
Egerton, with his answer, ii. 185, 
III. 552, V. 372 

Apology of, III. 552, et. 268, v. 191 

Letter from Air Anthony Bacon to, 
with his answer, iii. 552 

aiTaignment of, 19 Feb. 1600, iv. 535, 
V. 583 

Letter of Lady Rich to the Queen in 
his behalf, ii. 185 

Letter to the Earl of Southampton, 

II. 186 

account of his death, iii. 552, v. 372 
parallel with Yilliers, D. of Buckingham, 
by Sir H. Wottou, i. 293, iii. 480 

Robert Detereux, Earl of (son of 

the last). Charge against Viscount 
Wimbledon, general of the Cadiz voyage, 
1625, II. 49 

articles laid down in hbell by the Lady 
F. Howard against (1626), i. 293. 488 
letter to the Eaii of Manchester, v. 407 
order for the protection of the Univer- 
sity of Cambridge, 2 March 164f, 
v. 559 
EssoNioRUM Summa, i. 413, ii. 7. 34 

modus calumpniandi, i. 413, ii. 34. 272, 

III. 277. 285. 522. 735, it. 17. 327 
judicium, in. 278. 285, rv. 72. 76. 120 
de essoniis, plegiis, &c., iii. 283 

EsTLiNGTON ViCARAGE. Letter from Wm. 
Saunderson to Bp. Parkhurst, recom- 
mending GriTes for the hTing, ii. 62 
EsTRATONiCA, in Spanish, i. 441 
Ethelwaldi episcopi Uber, it. 5 
Ethelwulf, v. ^Edilwlfus. 
Ethici philosophi Libri duo, it. 134 
Eton, royal letters confirming franchises 
and hberties of, ii. 189 
rental of manor of (1619), ii. 81 
Etymologiabum Uber, in. 450 
Etymologicum magnum, notes on, by Do- 
bree, V. 68 
notes on, by Porson, v. 79 
Eucharist. Quod non manet panis ma- 
terialis...post consecrationem, iii. 718 
De vase aureo in quo continetur Eu- 

charistia, in. 234 
Notes on the disputations between 
Cranmer, Weston, Chedsey, &c., in. 
687 
Disputationes habitae Oxonia 22 Apr. 



(I!) 



Eucharist (continufd) : 

15'>3 iiiterWeston, IlarpsfyliU', Cran- 
mer, \r., iii. (IH? 
DisputiitiDUos inter doctores Treshain 
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EccHEUius, S. Instructionum liber ilo 
qntestiouibus ditVuilioribus vet. et uov. 
Testiimenti, ii. 1:51 
Euclid. Elemeuta (Lnt.), iii. 25 

Statements i)f the Proposi- 
tions ((ireek), ii. 534 
B. 5. ZxoXta, by Isaac Ar^v'- 
rus, 111, (JO; Auon., iii. (52 
'Ev6v/xeTpiKd, I. 1'.)'.) 
Kararo/iJj Kavofoi, iii. 63 
KaroTrrpud, iii.(>2, iv.478 ; (Lat.), IV. 185 
'OiTTiKa, III. 02 (bis), iv. 478; (Lat.), 

IV. 185 
^aivoufva, IV. 478 
r. Evesham, Walter de. 
Edsapius, notes on, by Boissonade, A. 28 

Grouovius, A. 29 
Reiuesius, A. 28 
Wa{:Ciitr, A. 28 
Wytteubacb, A. 29 
Euphorion, notes on, by Heruiauu, A. 45 
Euripides. 'EKaSn, iv."l()(i. 481. 482 (tis), 
483; ^x<>'>^to- f'i>, i- "^61, iv. 481. 482 
'OpiffTTts, IV. 100. 481. 482. 483 ; i;x6Xta 

on, I. 401, IV. 481. 482 
^oiuiaaai, iv. lOG. 483; ^x<'^^<'^ oii> i- 

401, IV. 483 
couplet attributed to, 1.224; lines from 

the Hecuba, i. 218 
notes on, v. 45 
notes on, by Boissonade, A. 19 

Dobree, A. 71. 72. 78 
Hermann, A. 40. 45. 40 
Poison, A. 45 
Taylor, A. 10 
irepi fiirpuv oh ^XP'?"'''^" Ei'/mtti'otjs ii> 
'EKa^ri, 'OpicTTi, A^oiviccais, i. 401 

PsECD. 'E7rt(7ToXai, i. 21'.) 

EusEBics C.ES.uiiENSis. 'E(c T^s dpx*'"- 

Xo7tK^s IjTopia^, transcribed from an 
Oxford MS., I. 298 
'EKXoyal irpo<f)-nTiKal, extr. from, iv. 80 
Ecelesiastica historia, collated with a 

Bodleiim MS., iv. 508 
irphi yiapivov, extract from, iv. 511 
Liber Chroniconim a S. Jeronimo in 

Lat. translatus, ii. 333, iv. 173 
Sermoues duo de nativitate Domini, 

IV. 4<)1 
Enigmata, iii. 203 
notes on, A. 38 
notes on, by Pearson, A. 31. 32 

Cremosensis. De morte S. Hiero- 

nymi, i. 320, iii. 151 

Emesexus (seu Gallicanus). Ho- 



EusTATHivs [cnntimuif) : 
Extract from, i. 205 
notes on, by Ileinsterhui!!, A. 40 
I'orson, A. 7y 
Vulckeuoir, A. 40 
EuTHYMius Zioauendb. In pHolmofl et 
Cantica (Gr.), ii. 318 
Panoplia (Liit.), fraj^mont of, iv. fW; 
collated with a Greek MS., iv. 511 

EUTOCUS AsCALONITKS. 'TTO/WTj/iaTa, III. 

59 
EvAORius. Historia Scboloatica, notc9 

on, A. 38 
EvANdELiA. Pro diebiis Dominicis et fea- 
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Ilubric.e do tabula scribenda, iv. 24 
Nieodemi, At., r. Ai'ociiYriiAL Gospels. 
Evangelical Cantons. Letters to and 

from, I. 90 — 99. r. Waldenses. 
EvANOELisTARiUM (Grcck), I. 348. 358; 

(Lat.), III. 51 
EvANTniis. Ex libello de Tragtedia et 

C'omu'dia, i. 184 
Evelyn, John. Extracts from his diarv, 

V. 441 
Everard, John. A short dialo)?ue between 
a learned divine and a begjjar, i. 505 
Translations fri>m S. Denis the Areo- 

l>aj.jite, I. 505 

Translations from Tauler's German 

IMviuity, I. 505 

EvERSDEN, Little. Presentation to, v. 293 

Evesham, abbat and convent of. Licence 

to empark 300 acres in Ambresley, 1. 1.33 

monk of. Extract from his vita Ki- 

cardi II., iv. 102 

■\V.\LTER DE. Dc multijilicationo 



meliae, iii. 622 
Homeliffi de Paschate, in. 2.38 
Ecstathius. ETrtoToXTj inl rah liovvalov 
rod HfpiiryFO*^ TrapiK^oXah, ill. 720 



specierum in visu secundum oiuiiem 
modum, iii. 323 
Ars metrica, in. 323 
Liber (luintus Euclidis per nmueroa 
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Evesham, ])rocessus belli de, iv. 118 
epochs of the world up to, iv. 118 
EvRELX, Archbishop of. Infonnations and 
examinations at;ainst the Waldenses, 
147H_ir,01, I. 83 
Ewelme (Oxford), rental of the manor of 

(1019), II. 81 
ExiuRY, manor of. Form of the chanfc to 

be Riven at the court of stirtey, in. 70 
ExcHEgiEU, The. The ancient rcvenao 
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Court of. Short compendium of 

what everj- officer ou^'lit to do, in. 50 
ExcLiaios Hill. Debates in tlio Uouso 

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ExcoMMiNiCATioN, iifliiluvit of Mrs Susan 
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377 
sentence of, v. 371. 420 
casus duo de excommunicatiouo lata 
ab hoiuinc, iv. 298 



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Exemption from serving on juries, or 
being appointed mavor, &c., granted to 
Til. Sutton, I. 140 
Exercises, remonstrance from certain 
ministers of Assheby against the pro- 
hibition of, I. 379 
Exeter. ^Yar^aut3 of impropriation to 
the Bishop (Thomas Brantingham), i. 
108, 109 

royal letter allowing 3 chaplains to be 
established in the cathedi-al for the 
souls of the king and bishop, i. 122 
exchange made between the subdean 
and penitentiary, and the parson of 
Hathlegh, i. 126 
benefices belonging to the church of, i. 

436 
Statute of, V. Statut.4. 
Exeter (Thomas Cecil, Earl of). Confes- 
sion of Sir T. Lake and Lady Roos of 
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Exmeuse, William. Divine cloud of un- 
knowing. V. Hilton, Walter. 
Expences allowed for various things, 

letters of Eiehard II. on, i. 136, 137 
Extkavagantes Bouifacii VIII., Ur- 
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Eye, S. Peter's monastery of : demise of 
certain lands and premises belonging to, 
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Eynsham, de, I. 521 

abbey. Order to augment Histon 

vicarage, v. 323 
Ezra, signs of the weather attributed to, 
III. 307 



Faba, Gcido. Summa dictaminis, n. 545, 

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Faber, Basil. Thesaurus eruditionis scho- 

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Peter. Notes on Cicero, A. 30 

Tanaqcil. Notes on Juvenal, A. 57 

Fabian, George. Letters to Strj-pe. v. 

Index, v. 147 
Fabri, Claude. Les diares et almanach 

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Fabricius' Bibliotheca Graeca, notes on, 

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Facetcs, a Latin Poem, ii. 546 
Fagius, will of, v. 127. 541 
Fairfax, Brian, notes relating to, v. 461 
George. Notes on the opus Pala- 

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Dr, anthems and masses by, v. 



588. 589 

Sir TnoMAS, memorial of, writ- 



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B. Fairfax, v, 461 



Fairfax, Sir Thomas {continued} : 

A short memorial of the Northern ac- 
tions during the war, 1642 — 1644, i. 
528 
Letters to Lenthall, v. 409 
Commission as Commander of the 
Parliamentary Forces, v. 410. 412 
Faith, Hope and Charity. A parable of, 

II. 30, III. 554 
Falconberge, Thomas, Eeceiver of royal 
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Falconer, John. Fontis D. Winifredae 

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Falconry. Liber de universis passionibus 
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Medicines ven-aies de garir falcons, 
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Falki^vnd, Henry Carey, Viscoimt. Pe- 
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Lucius Carey, Viscount. Speeches 

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Fallacie, different kinds of (Lat.), in. 

639 
Fareham, forma licentiae concessa ab 
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Fasting. Notabilia de jejunio bona, in. 
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Fat M.VN, note of an extraordinary, in. 

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Faustinus, S. Sermo, in. 388 

Sermo de Nati\atate Domini, in. 462 
Faventinus, Benedictus Victobius. Em- 
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De morbo Gallico, in Dutch, i. 304 
Favorinus. 'EvOvfj-rifiaTa tpiXoaoipuv, iv, 

84 
Fawconers, genealogy of the family of, 

v. 190 
Fees, brief collection of, paid into diverse 
courts or offices, &c., 1009, iiL 553 
for knighthood, and for the garter, iv. 
402 
Feld, Margery. Eevocation of the grant 

of restitution of her dower, i. 113 
Felix, S., of Burgimdy, account c»f, v. 464 
Felsted School, diary of a master of, 

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on texts, n. 258 
of things, n. 259 



7G 



Ctlodcester, Statute of, r. Statuta. 

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(Gilbert a>E Clare), Earl of, recon- 
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Eleanor Cobham, duchess of, la- 



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GoLDCLiFF, Abbat and Convent of, letter 
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GoLDiNGHAM, WiLLiAM. Hcrodes, Tragog- 

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GoLiAS, poems attributed to : 

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GoLKiiORouGH (or Gouldsboeough), Law 
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Geace Dieu. Liber qui nuncupatur, in 
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eTTi'Xuins tQu arepriTLKuiv [lopldjv Kol 

iTTI.TaKTiKl2v, III. 13 

OrjXvKal Kav6ves, I. 439 
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I I 



GiUMMAR, Treatises ox. Grock (ntut.) : 

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Hampole, Eichahd Eolle of : 
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Of binding and assoiling, iii. 546 
? The crafte of dej'inge, ii. 502 
Super Cantica, iv. 362* 
A charter of remission, iii. 539 
xii Chapiters, or Contemplacyons, 

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Cantus compassionis Christi et consola- 

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De diviuis mandatis (Eng.), or ' Propur 

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Capitulum de judicio Dei, iv. 393 
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Super lectiones mortuorum, i. 248, 



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Memoriale credentium, i. 4 
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Treatise beginning ' The comawnde- 

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Hampton Court, rentals of, belonging to 
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M 



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Harley, Lord, v. Covel, John, corre- 



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Com. Cant, dimissiones feudorum 

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Henry II. Constitutiones in Normannia, 
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LitertB Eicardi Eomauorum regis et 
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Henry IV. Placita coronas and records of 
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Letters patent relating to the conven- 
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Henry V., brief of, to relieve Eeading 
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Henry VI., petition of the Commons to, 
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Confinnatio liberiatum S. Pauli Lon- 

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instructions to Bolain and Sampson 

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instructions to Knight, v. 470 
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copy of the letter to the ambassadors 

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articles concluded between the English 

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Instructions to the ambassador to the 

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"t oonoeming Um 



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Accoimt of the property of the church 

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Bulla pro canouizatione Thoma3 Here- 
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Hereford, Kogeh de. De judiciis siderum 
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Liber de tribus generalibus judiciis 
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Aidstophanes, A. 44 
Arrian, A. 52 
Athenseus, A. 40 
Bion, A. 44 
Bnttmann's AusfUhrliche Griech- 

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Euphorion, A. 45 
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Gregorius Corinthus, A. 50 
Hederici Lexicon Manuale, A. 53 
Hermann's Epitome doctrinaa mo- 
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Handbuch der metrik, A. 54 
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Herodotus, A. 40 
Hesiod, A. 46 

Homer, Seber's index to, A. 46 
Hoogevecn'a Doctrina Particularum 

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Isocrates, A. 51 
Lucilius, A. 52 

Matthise's Greek Grammar, A. 53 
Moschus, A. 44 
MuRfcns, A. 47 
Orpheus, A. 47 
Pindori Fragmenta, A. 48 



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Plautus, A. 41 

Scapula's Greek Lexicon, A. 42 
Scheller's observationes in priscos 

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Scott's Ai^pendix to Stephens' The- 
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Sophocles, A. 48 
Terentius Varro, A. 53 
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Thucydides, A. 41 
Tragicorum Fragmenta, A. 52 
Wiillner's Commeutatio de eyclo epi- 

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Sale catalogue with jn-ices, A. 55 
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Liber Secretorum, ii. 452 
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Prologus Tzetzis et Scholia cum var. 
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fxerpiKd, I. 198 
Trepl ixirpwv, I. 198 
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Herodian. TTipl efKkivoixivwv Koi eyK\iTi- 

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Herodotus, 'laroplai, iv. 467 

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notes on, by Casaubon, A. 38 
Diephold, A. 40 
Dobree, A. 77. 78 
Gale, A. 4 
Hermann, A. 40 
Markland, A. 10 
Porson, A. 79 
Scaliger, A. 33 
Taylor, A. 10 
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Hertford, County of. Eentals of vari- 
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rental of the manor and castle of Hert- 
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Assessment of hundreds and towns 
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Hertford, Edward Seymour, Earl of. 
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H.') 



HEnTFoui>, Edwauk SKYirotn, E. of {cont.y. 
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^Vll.I,I.vM SKYMoun, Marquis of. Let- 
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IlEitvKY, LoKD John, rroumblo to lii-i 

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Heriuauu, A. IG 
IlESYCiiirs. iirlypafifxa laroplai tls ^oXtt)- 
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Meibomius, A. 41 
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Scaliger and others, A. 7 
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Sir "William. Life of Lord Burghley, 



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H1ER0CLE.S, notes on, by Taylor, A. 23 
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Expositio Uteralis super Apocalvpsim, 

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Super Apocaljiisim ad Anatholium, 

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de Assuraptione B. Virginis, i. 320. 003 
Libellus Bemctoli, iv. 357* 
Comment, in Cantica, i. 320 
in Canticum Debbora-, in. 044 
de castitate mulicnim, in. 538 
Chronicon, 11. 333 

de corpore et sanguine Christi, i. 320 
Explanatio in Danielem, i. 210 
De vii. gradibus Ecclosiic, i. 320 
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EuHfbii Lib«r tompormn. it. 83S, iv. 

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Interiiretationcs Ilcbraiconim nomi- 

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Liber quiestionum ncbmicanim, lit. 

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De situ ct iiomiiiibus locoruni Hcbrai- 

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Adversu.s llelvidium, i. 41. 319 
Vita Sancti Hylarionis, i. 320, iv. 275 
Invcctiones facta> frutribus Huin luuiia- 

chis, in. l.'il. 010 
ad Pail!' II cnntm Johanncni 

Hiero- um, i. 319 

contra Joviiiiauuui, 1. 210. 319, in. 

(;31 
Liber apologoticus pro libri« contra 

Jovinianuni, in. 031 
Actus Sancti Mnlobi mouachi rAptiri, 

I. 320. IV. 275 
de mansionibus liliorum Israel, in. 042. 

(M4 
Super S. Marcum, in. 407 
Matthauiu, n. 4C>3, in. 407; 

extr. from, i. 320, in. 391. 392. 009. 

002 
Secrcta Mrditatio, in. 732 
de membris I>oinini. r. ArocBTixcs, S. 

de essentia I>i. 
ad Oceauum do % nun, 1. 41 

Dialogus du origine nniina;, 1. 320 
Dun) omolin; ex Ohgene in Cauiica, 

I. 41. 320 

Dchononin.T *" . m. 219 

Brovissiui.o buiht Epi- 

stolas S. ratili, ii. 4til 
Expositio in S. Paulum ad Galata«. 

II. 404 

Ephesios, n. !(>.'> 

Titiiin, n. 401, ni. .'89 

,., , ... ... -_., 

Vita S. i . 

IV. 27.'> 
Dialo;^iis rnntni IVhTifin"". »■ 819 
in Proi.b ' 171 

ExiH)Miti.. 1 1 . Hi. 017 

P89. xli. cxvii, I. 820 

abbroviated Psalter of. ll. 175. 618. 

in. 1X0 
Do (pin stionibuM Rogntn ct Paralipo- 

monoi), in. I>13 
ll.gulft vivonili ad Eust<K^hium, I. 320 
bcrmoncs, i. 320, ui. GJ9 



86 



HiERON-YMUS, S. (cont!mie(T) : 

Exhortatoria ad Susaunam lapsam, iii. 

632 
Syinboli esplanatio ad Damasmn, i. 41 
De tribus viitutibus, i. 41 
De X. tentatioribus Israel populi, i. 320, 

III. 643 
Epistola ad Tyrasiiun, i. 41 
In Vigilantitim hfereticum, i. 41. 319 
De institutione Yii'gimim, i. 320 
De viris illustribus, i. 320, iii. 645 
De vii-o perfecto, i. 320 
extract from, iii. 6 
on the four Gospels (Anglo-Saxon), 

in. 360 
De transitu ejus, S. Augustini, in. 151 
De miraciilis quse acciderunt post ejus 

mortem, S. Cyrilli, in. 151 
De morte ejus, Eusebii Cremonensis, 

I. 320 
Exhortatio de caritate, de miraeulia 
S. Hieronynii et de morte S. Eusebii, 
n. 296 
Vita a Gennadio, rv. 275 ; Vita, i. 319, 

in. 663 
Petri Pauli Vergerii sermo de laudibus, 
S. Hieronj-mi, i. 320 
HiERONTMUS, Magistee. Oratio Ferraris 
ad Frederieum tertium imperatorem 
(1453), in. 244 
HiGDEN, Kalph. Polichronicon, i. 26 
[v. Coix V. 584]. 339 [v. Corr. v. 587], 
n. 39, ni. 396. 401 
Speculum curatorum, ly. 115 

W. Letter to StrjTJe. r.Index, v. 149 

HiGGOXS, Edward. Geograpbia, in. 466 
HiGHAM, nunnery of. Letters relating to its 

dissolution, v. 562. 563 
HiGHGATE School. Paper respecting the 
foundation, v. 178 (in Patrick papers, 
27.4) 
HiL.iRirs. Epistola ad S. Augustinum, 

I. 331 
HiLDEBERT, S. De ffidificio animse, n. 269 
Epistola, II. 264 
Compendium Philosophise Moralis, 

n. 264. 523, ni. 316 
Hymnus de Trinitate, ii. 53 
HiiDEGARD, S. Prophetia de novis fratri- 

bus, I. 471 
HiLDEwiMus, S. Sermones, in. 340. 341 
Hill, Anthony. Letters to StrjTje. v. In- 
dex, V. 149 

Thomas. Letter to Wlieelock, i. 75 

Thomas. Nimdinaj Sturbrigienses, 

IV. 403 
HiLLES, Henry, of Hinxhill. On the pro- 
pagation of the soul of man, in. 165 
Hilton, Walter. S. Bonaventura's Sti- 
mulus Amoris, in English, in. 265 
The divine cloud of unknowing, ii. 538, 

III. 535. 724 
Epistle of private counsel, ii. 538, in. 
530. 724 



Hilton, Walter (continuecT) : 

Scala perfectionis, in English, i. 275, 

n. 164. 499 
note from, i. 248 
EiMMioBEN-, Jacobus. Casus conscientise, 

m. 317 
Hippocrates. 'En-to-roXTj xpbs AapLayrtrov, 

IV. 63 [r. Corr. v. 604J 

TTfpl SiaiTT]S, IV. 64 

irepl ivvtrviaiv, iv. 64 ; notes on, by N. 

Moraugellus Yitellianffius, A. 37 
Kar iTjTpiov, IV. 90 
irepl Twt> efrbs iradu'v, Lat. cum annot. 

a Martinio, iv. 392 
irepl vvperQy, iv. 64 
ds TO. Tov'lTnroKpaTOVs Kpr](rfi6ST}/ia, II. 

428 
Pronostica cum commcnto Galieni, 

ni. 373 
De flatibus et passionibus, Lat. a Philel- 

pho, III. 84 
The tokyns that Ypoeras the leche 

wrot, 301 
Liber de Hj-pocrase (Eng.), i. 434 
Le livre du gouveruement de Saute que 

Ypoeras fist, n. 335 
Astrouomia, in. 326 
HiPPOLYTUS. 'Ek tov eh dafxa t<Sv dfffid- 
Twv, I. 298, from an Oxford MS. 
Tt icTTiv 7] (xocpLa..., I. 298, from an Ox- 
ford MS. 
^L\ocro(povp.ei'a. Extract from, rv. 84 
and Irenasus, ttc, extract (Gr.) from, 

IV. 80 

of Thebes. Extract from, iv. 81, 82 

HispALENSis or HisPANrs, Johannes. Spe- 
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Johannes Vienuensis] 
Theoria Alfragani, in. 325 
Liber major introductorius Albumasari 

(Latine), in. 547 
Aristotelis liber de secretis secretorum. 

V. Aristotle. 

Gebek, v. Geber Hispalensis. 

HispANus, Peteus. Thesaurus Pauperum, 
I. 445, III. 374 
in English, i. 434 
HiSTON, notes respecting, v. 289. 295. 323 
HoADLEY, Benjamin. Letters to Sti'ype. 

V. Index, v. 149 

HoARE, Henry. Letters to Strj^pe. v. 
Index, V. 149 

HoBART, Sir Henry. Eeports of cases in 
the reign of James I., in. 491, iv. 55 
Law note book, n. 339 

HocKiNGTON Vicarage. Notes respecting, 
V. 294. 324. 519 

Hodges, Sarah. Letter of. d. Index, v. 150 

Hodgkin's Calligraphia Gileca. Addi- 
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Hodgson, John. Letters to Strpye. v. In- 
dex, V. 150 

Hody, Humphrey. Letters to Strype. v. 
Index, V. 150 



,S7 



HoLBOKXE. ArKUiui'iit on the cu.so of sliip- 

money, ni. IH.j. 488. IS!) 
HoLRiJOKE, Astronomieal tftMcs by, n. 117 
HoLDswouTii, Du, r. C.vMuniiKiE, Univer- 
sity of: Library. 
Hoi.cor, llonEKT. Tractatus do vii vitiia 
capitiilibus, ii. 4G. 1)8 
Tractatus ile serjionto anb conipendio 
breviloqnii, i. 212, ii. 151 
HoLLAXP, Henuy Rich, Kavl of, manner of 
iu'stalling as Chancellor of Cambridge 
(1628), IV. 308, V. ;J7(). 405 
letter of, ou the occasion, iv. 308, 

V. 175. 376. V. V. 487 
other letters to Cambridge, v. 165. 168. 
169. 171. 174. 176 
HoiXAXD, Henry. Carmina in advcntum 
principis Elizabethan Wodstokium, I II. 6S7 

SiK John. Speech in Parliament 

(1640), IT. 218 

PHiLEiioN. Transcripts from Femo- 

lins, IV. 22 
HoLLAXDEES, Treatise for assisting, against 
the Spaniard, i. 105 
a discovery of their trade and fishing, 

&c.. III."' 195 
revolt of ; observations which happen- 
ed before 1558, shewing by whom 
the revolt was accomplished, iii. 
196 
Apoccalisse d'Olauda, ii. 23 
HoLLis, John. Letter to Lord Treasurer 

Cecil, II. 185 
Holme, S. Benedict's abbey, v. Bennet 

Holme. 
Holmes, George. Letters to Strj-pc. r. 

Index, V. 150 
HoLPES, PHiLosornrs. Propliecia, in. 715 
HoLWORTHY, Matthew. Letter to Strype. 

V. Index, v. 150 
Holy Cross Abbey, r. Bourdeaux, Wal- 

THAM. 

Homer. 'IX/aj, xx. xxii., ii. 476 ; 2x<5Xta, 
I. 462, II. 477 
'OSuffffeia, Zx<5X<a in lib. 8, iv. 90; 

Versio Latina, iv. 175 
Bios, I. 219 

A tract on (Greek), iii. 14 
notes on, A. 40 
notes on, by Barnes, A. 3 

Casaubon, A. 31. 31 
Dobree, A. 66 
Taylor, A. 4. 8 
Valckena'r, A. 40 
Scholia Moschopnli, notes on, A. 40 
Seber's Index to, notes on, by Hermann, 
A. 40 
Homilies. Anglo-Saxon, in. 358. 412 
Homiliffi in Evangelia per totnm an- 
num, III. 658 
HoNOKius II., Pope. Confinnntion of the 
foundation charter of Heading abbey, 
I- 394 . 
III., Pope. Confirmation of tho 



H- 



TIT )• 



II 



I'j. 



■non.f IrtI, fT 4^*1 



IIoNYWDOD, Mieil.VKL. I 

V. 38(5. r. CAMiinitH. 

IIOOOEVEKN, IIkNUT. I 

logicnm ' ' 

Doctrii 

on, by 111 I'liialiii, .\. .'>! 
HooKKu, Jdhn, iiK'int to Sir P. Carrw fn 
Ireland. Mrmomndiuu book in ' 
1560, IV. 123 
Diary of tho Parliament iic<4.siun in 
Ireland. Fob. 156;, iv. 123 
Hope, Sir Thomas. Tho practick before 
the lords of coimcil and Bcssrou in Soot- 
land, I. 103 
IIoi'Tox, Charles. LcttGrti to Strj-pc. r. 

Index, V. 150 
Hou.E beat.e Mari.k VimiixiH, i • 

[Sariim], 288. 310. 313. 336. , . 
[Monreale;, 542. 511. 516. 517. ; 
2C)2. 512. in. 22«. 407 r. ('..rr. v. .v.'.i . 
400. 502. 510. 604. 711. 738 b,j, iv. 3-'V*. 
40S, in Butch, iii. 534 
HoR-VTiis. Opera, i. 510, iv. 493 
notes on, A. 56. 57. 58. 59. O) 
notes ou, by Chishull, \. 6 
Dobree, A. 69 
Taylor, A. 4. 14 
Horn, the Rcsto of KinR, in Fr«>uch rfnc, 
II. 525; in English verso, in. 174 [r. Corr. 
V. 598] 
HoRNE, TuoMAS. Lettera to Strype. r. 

Index, V. 150 
Horses, a collection of recipes and charm* 
for, I. 240 
on the dixonap" of, i. 360 
Chirur l 

royal, !• no expenses of. 

I. 138 

letter to A!"" '^'■■T---' »■• A,r,.tii>l 
with tho 1. 
Horsham, priory vi ^- i iiwi, t^i^i"* "f. 

II. 73 
Horsheath, patronngo, commission to try, 

V. 204 
IIoRT. Jeremiah. Letter to Strj-po. r. In- 
dex. V. 149 
Hostiensih CAnniNAUB. I »" 

quarto Decretaliuni do r|- •.-.... ' 

nintrimoMiis. ni. lo<> 

lil" 

<t 

IIoTHAM, John. I ' 

N.>w.-(»>*ti.'. I.<ii'' ■•*. 

4117. liH. tl">. 116 

IIoToMAS. ! Ml .^MioncsdcTctc- 
ribus U' '• •''7 
Notc8 by bcttii^tr tu ms Francogmllw, 

A. 60 



88 



HouBLON, James. 
Index, V. 150 
Wynne. 



Letter to Strj-pe. v. 
Letters to Strype. v. 



Lidex, V. 150 
Houghton, Adam (Bp. of S. David's). 
Warrant to exchange 15 acres of land, 
I. 108 
Warrant to give certain advo-wsons in 
Wales to the master and chaplains 
of a chantry, i. 108 
HouGHTON-CoxQUEST. Petition of the in- 
habitants against the schoolmaster, ii. 
283 
licentia regia super ivnione 2 rectoriarum 

de Conquest, v. 326 
presentation to, by Cromwell, v. 369 
notes concerning, from T. Archer's 
book, V. 421 
Howard, Lord Henry. Translation of 
Charles V.th's discoiurse on his resigna- 
tion, IV. 117. 410 

L.U3Y Frances. Proceedings with 

the Earl of Essex, i. 293. 488 

Howe, Henry. Collection of Heptads, i. 
81 

Howell, James. Memoi-ial concerning the 
apijoiutment of a minister of state with 
the title of Historiographer general, iv. 
551 

Hoy, Thomas. Piepresentation concerning 
the manufacture of sal-ammoniac, 1. 185 

HuBB.tRD, Henry. Collection of Cambridge 
University Statutes, &c., iv. 303. Ex- 
tract from, IV. 356 

Hubert, Archbishop of Canterbury. Li- 
cence to change lands held in gavelkind 
to militaiy fees, v. 345 

Hudson, Michael, examinations of, and 
of others, v. 400. 412, 413 

Thomas. Epitaph of Sir R. Mait- 

land, IV. 97 

William. Treatise of the Court of 

Star-chamber, iv. 45. 60 

Hudson's Bay Company. Memoire pour 
les S" interessez en, &c., i. 517. 518 

Hugbaldus. De laude calvorum, iii. 203 

Hughes, Martha. Letter to Strype. v. 
Index, v. 150 

Hugo, Abbas BAitzELLiE. De cohabitatione 
fratrum, ii. 437 

Candidus. Historia Ccenobii Bur- 

gensis, i. 536 

DE S. Caro. 

98, IV. 296 

Floriacensis. Liber ecclesiastica; 

historiffi, i. 417 [This is dedicated to 
Adela, Coimtess of Chartres, daughter of 
William I. Extracts are printed in 
Pertz, vol. IX., Migne's Patrologia, vol. 
163. This is the edition in 6 books. 
This volume was given to Chichester 
Cathech-al by Bp. Seffrid Pelochiu] 

DE FoLiETO. Do claustro animie, ii. 

309. 480, III. 470. 620 



Speculum ecclesia?, ii. 



Hugo Paeisiensis. In Lamentationes 
JeremiiE, ii. 266 
De anima Christi, iii. 624 
Hugo de S, Yictoke. De collationc inter 
auimam et rationem, iii. 623 
De archa Noe, in. 597. 623. 644 
De arrha anima% i. 492, in, 40. 163. 

333. 597. 626 
Liber de Bestiis, iii. 215. 463. 672, iv. 

392 
De laude caritatis, in. 163. 651 
De conscientia, in. 536 
Ex dictis. III. 163 
Didascahon, in. 626 
Exceptiones tractatus super Ecclesi- 

asten, in. 17 
De cpiatuor judiciis, in. 598 
De meditatione, in. 40. 164. 624 
De iustructioue uovitionim, in. 42. 

289. 306 
De obh\ione malorum prmteritorum 

et memoria et ira [i.e. Miscellanea, 

1. 74, V. Corr. v. 597], in. 41. 529. 
De modo orandi, ii. 308, in. 44. 163. 

287. 460. 529 
De oratione Dominica, ii. 98 
De pceniteutia, in. 336, iv. 528 
Expositio regulas S. Augustini, iv. 24 
De refectione verbi Dei, in. 40. 624 
De Sacramentis, hb. 1, iv. 360*; Jib. 2, 

pars 8, n. 54 
De quiuque septenis, in. 163. 624 
Sermo de dilcctione, in. 625 
Sermo de sponso et sponsa, in. 238. 

623 
Speculum ecclesia;, ii. 294, in. 623. 639 
De substantia dilectiouis, in. 41 
De sjieculatione rerum, in. 624 
Expositio super Tota pulclira cs, in. 40. 

626 
De Virginitate Beatce Marife, in. 623 
Miscellanea, in. 164. 624. 625. 626 
Expositio super Jeronimi Prologum in 

Pentateuchum, in. 627 
Notte ad literam de Genesi, Exodo, 

Levitico, Judicibus, in. 627 
A tretys, teaching a man how he ought 

to have him in all temptations, n. 

534 
Huguenot Poetry, &c. (French), i. 432, 
433 
Le guide de la terre aux cieux (prose, 

from English), i. 432 
Le ccBur du ccem- Chretien, i. 433 
Le flageolet Chrestien du berger do 

Lucerne, i. 433 
Le coeur froissc ou derniers pensCos de 

Mons. Jollyvet, i. 433 
Aux peres du sjTiode de la province 

d'Orleans et Beri-y, i. 433 
Testament paternel, i. 433 
HuGuiTio PisANus (Uguccionc). Etymo- 
logicum Latinum, n. 495 
Libellus dc dubio accentu, in. 241 



89 



IIuLuuic, John. Letter to \Mioduck, 

IV. -Ai 

Hull, Utters rospectiug the nffiiira of, in 

1(U2, l(ii;$, V. 3'J<J 
Hull, Alyaxouk. Exposition of the vii. 

psiilmes wLifh she trimsluted out of 

French into Ent,'lish, ni. 'liV.i 
Me.litations ujton the vii. iliiys of tbo 
week (out of i'reuch), in. 5()3 
HuLTON, Heoinald de, Controller of tlio 

Household, royal letter soliciting tho 

promotion of, i. 114 
HuMBEUTus i)E EoMANis. Lihcr cruJitionis 

rcligiosorum, in. 4."<8. (J'iO 
Hume, Alex-VNDEr. The day cstivall, v. fiO.'J 
HuNCHALDUS. Vcrsus in memoria supi- 

eutissimi Hunchuldi, in. 433 
HuNGAiuAN Wai{, declaration of, by Michael 

Apathy, v. 184 
HuNGERFORD, SiR Edward, chargcs of the 

funeral of, i. 503 
HuKT, KiciiARD. Letters to Strype. v. 

Index, V. 150 
Hunting. 'The Maystir of tho Game,' u. 

454 

and hawking, treatises on, iv. 18 

Huntingdon, County of, inquisitions con- 
cerning estates in, 1630 — 1044, i. 352 

rental of lauds belonging to rehgious 

h.ouses, I. 355 
abstract of the tenths in the receivers' 

aecompts, i. 355 
note of the Earl of Oxford's lauds in, 

I. 355 
extracts respecting, from MS. indorsed 
Cotton, V. 437 
Huntingdon, Henry of. Historia Anglo- 
rum, ni. 53. 372, (Lib. 1) iv. 357' 
De modemis Sanctis Augliie, ii. 335 
De provinciis Angliie, ii. 334 
Epistola ad Hcnricum regem de serio 

regum potentissimorum, i. 16 
Epistola ad Wariuum de regibus Bri- 
tonum, II. 334 
Huntingdon, Henky Hastings, Earl of. 
Letters to Bishop Chaderton, v. 297 

IloiiERT, Bishop of Bai)hoe. Epi- 

stohe. III. 708 

HuNTLY, Marquis of. Speech to the Cove- 
nanters in Scotland, 1040, v. 580 
HuNTON, PniLir. Animadversions by J. H. 
on his book entitled ' a trctise of mon- 
archy,' II. 450 
Husbandry. Le ordeinemont do hoso- 
bonderie, x. 401, in. 27'.) 
Housebonderia major, iv. 121 [§ 53, r. 
Corr. V. 604] 

V. Henley, Walter de. 
Hustings, Court of, mode of procceiling 

in. III. 260 
HuTTON, IMatthew I. (Abp. of York). Re- 
sohitious to divers questions for the use 
of Whitgift, V. 103 ; letter on the Hamp- 
ton Coiurt Conference, v. 103 ; letter on 



HlTTON, XfATTIlKW (<-i>flli;iii.i/) : 

Wbitnift'H di'iitli, V " ■! •• ' t^ 

on, V. rjH; litliT to I .„. 

boniii, II. 1--" 
o]>inii>n on • 

HUTTON, Mm IIH 

Corr. V. 11(1]. I,. , ., 

V. 150; letter to fovfl. IV. 420 

Sni UtciiAUD, anninicut conoeminR 

ship money, in. -IHH, .|ny 
Hyde, Aiihat ok, ! ' 

tenths grtinttd i 
deacotiry of Wiml.. -t. i, i. UJ 
HvMNAUUM, n. 305, IV. Vj'.t; (Surutn). IT. 

130 
Hy.mxs, II. 4;i0, m. 12. 203. 2(>l. 2nr,. 300 
Gra'ci Ecclesiastici ex Cod. MS. NVunlciy, 

1.20-1 
Greek, i. 238 [r. Corr. v. 5Ha] 
Hypsicles. tA (('j EvK\€iitiv dfaifitpSfitra, 
111. 00 



luiiOTT, Benjamin. Letters to StrjTXJ. r. 

Index, V. 150 
Idle, I'kteu. lustructioDS to Lis doo 

(verec), II. 100 
Iklington. Election of A. Pyrryo as prior- 
ess, V. 201 ; notes respecting the priory, 
V. 305 
Ilford Hospital, transcript out of tbo 

Tower records nspi cting, v. 70 
Image du moxde (l-'niich verse), i. 8, in. 4 
Imago mundi, ii. 204. 544 
de Imitations Chuisti (Eng.), ni. 21 
Incendiu-mamouis, contents of (F-- ' m 29 
Index ali'IIaiieticus to variou.- al 

works, in. 30 
India. Epistola do rcbns Cbriationomm 
in India, 1323, in. 410 
' L'ambassudeiir vert onvoyi'' an rov... 
verds des Indes' ( French \ "12 

Proceedings of tbo Eust lud;.. ^ ..., -ny 
in the case of Skinner, ii. 175 
Industrial School for poor cbildrcu, pro- 
ject for, I. 350 
Infokciati tertia ] ' 

Iniooso. Letter i > ■'"» 

Duko of Buekiugbiini. in. M. I-'J 
Innocent HL, Poie. two bniK , f n. 416; 
Bulla 'Dignis laudibus ^ mag- 

uificeutiani." • ' ' ■ 
versus de :. p»' 

bus inter p.ip.nii i *. Kciiniiu.-,, i. il'i 
do conlemplu iinni Ii. iv. 1 1 
Epistola nd A " m. »1« 

elcctionibus i 

do modo cliKoudi prwlatos ccdcaiw. 

II. 505 
ad priorcm et convcntiim DudcI- 
meuscui, ii. 432 



90 



Innocent III. (continued): 

de miseria eonditionis hmnanfe, i. 29. 

2^8, III. 41 
de officio missiB, iii. 337 
Letters confirming the liberties of Ox- 
ford, V. 292 
Innocent IV., Pope. Bulla de advoca- 
tione ecclesia3 de Sywell, i. 169 
Bulla contra Patarenos, &c., ii. 424 
Constitutiones, i. 331 
Epistola ad Robertum Grosseteste, iii. 

335 [v. Corr. v. 599] 
Summa, i. 509 
Innocent V., Pope, in Epistolas S. Pauli, 
III. 457 
Quajstiones sujoer primum librum Sen- 
teutiarum, m. 590 
Innocent VIII., Pope. BuU against tho 

Waldenses (1487),. i. 82 
Innocent XI., Pope. Letter to Louis XIV., 

v. 573 
Insckiptions, notes on, by Dobree, A. 79 
Institution of a Christian Man, first 
di-aught of, V. 380 ; two editions of, com- 
pared, V. 38 
Intep.peetatio verborum, i. 325, iv. 328 
Ipswich, bailiffs of. Letter to Lentball, 

V. 407 
Ireland. Declaratio quomodo dominium 
Hiberniai sit ad regem Anglise devolutum, 
III. 442 

on the cantreda of, iii. 7 
ordinatio pi'o statu teiTas Hibernire 

(7 Edw. II.) , IV. 329 
John Hoker's diaiy of the Parliament 

session, Feb. 15()J, iv. 123 
Collection of Letters and State papers 
relating to the rebellion in Elizabeth's 
reign, iii. 572 
Judgment of the Abps. and Bps. con- 
cerning a toleration of the Popish 
religion (1027), iii. 150 
Acts of the council, respecting the Scots' 

oath (1040), I. 102 
account of the Scottish army in, till 

Feb. 1042, ii. 82 
Letters patents, warrants, &c., relating 

to, 1670, 1071, II. 337 
Collection of Irish rentals, iv. 174 
Description of tho shires and towns 
from the study of Sir E. Waterhouse, 
I. 187 
Irish affairs, 1041 — 1040; notes re- 
specting, V. 415 
official letters on the pacification of, 

1040, V. 509 
collection of the state of the 7th pro- 
portion... for the escheated lands in 
Ulster, IGIG, v. 581 
letter to an hon. Lord concerning 
Ireland in Q. Elizabeth's days, 
V. 582 

V. MUNSTEH. 

Iren^us, extracts from, iv. 80. 84 



Irland, Simon de. Latin verses on the 
theft of an ok., iv. 123 

Ieonsyde Ealph. That a man may not 
m.arry his wife's sister, ii. 489 

Ietlingburgh, sm-vey of the dissolved col- 
lege of, V. 272 

IsA.\cus Catholicus of Armenia. Invectiva 
in Armenos, extract from, iv. 81 

Lateeculus, virorura illustrium 

quorum meminit, iv. 512 

abbas de Stella. Epistola de Canone 



Missre, III. 161 
De anima, iii. 590 

Syeus. Excerpta de contemptu 

mundi, ii. 529 

Excerpta ex operibus, iv. 86 
- — • Magistee. De Febribus, ii. 37 



Isabella, Q. of France, letter of (French), 

III. 515 

of Arragon. Letter to Mary, widow 

of Louis XIL, V. 442 
Is.EUS, notes on, by Dobree, A. 67. 09. 
77. 79 
collation of a MS. of, by Porson, A. 77 
IsiDORUs, S. Allegoriaj super Peulateu- 
chum, et libros Josue, Judicuni, Iluth, 
II. 425, in. 597 
EpistoliB ad Braulionem (9 — 13), ii. 

409, III. 007 
Seiitentia de consanguiuitate, in. 689 
De catalogo virorum illustrium, iii. 640 
De ditTerentiis, i. 421 
Do divcrsitate auimre, ii. 53 
Liber Etymologiarum, ii. 409, in. 25. 

607; extract from, iv. 114 
Glossa3 ampliores et meliores quam qua) 
sunt edita; per Eustat. le Vignon, 

IV. 1 
De uatura rerum, in. 608 
De oratione, in. 512 
De ortu et obitu patrum, in. 646 
In libros vcteris ac novi Testament! 

Prooemia, in. 645 
Sententiaj, in. 571; extract from, i. 

240. 247 
de significationibus quorundam virorum 

sanctorum, in. 046 
Liber soliloquiorum, i. 534, in. 238; 

extract from, n. 505 
Synouomia, in. 296 ; 2ud book of, 
called Imploratio sen qujedam de- 
precatio animffi, in. 297 
Testimouia de Christo, in. 344 
Excerpta ex, in. 645. 072 
Isidoeus Pelusiota. 'ETTicTToXaf, iv. 511 

Caemnalis Rutenus. De cxjiugna- 

tionc Constautinopolitana! urbis, 

in. 244 

IsLip, SntoN, Archbp. of Canterbury. 

Constitutiones, in. 225. 226 

Siieculum Edwardi regis tertii, in. 040 

IsocEATES. Orationos ad Demouicura ct 

Nicoclem trad, a Lapo Castclliunculo, 

IV. 3 



Ill 



Isocn-VTES (continufiT): 

Oration to Deinonicus in EngliHli, 

III. 301 
Notes on, by 
Askew, A. 18 
Dobree, A. 70. 79 
Hermann, A. 51 
Morj^ixn, A, 28 
IviNGHOE (Bucks.), presentations to, i. 112 
Ivo Carnotexsis. Panoruiia do omnibua 
regiilis, II. 473, iii. 4(j5 



J.VBLOXSKI, D. E., letters of, v. 422 
Jackson, John. Historical extracts, iii. 55 

J. Letter to Strj-pe. r. Index, 

V. 150 

Thomas, five sermons of, ii. 490 

William. Note book, iv. 534 

Mr, notes and heads of sermons by, 

1.269 
Jacob, Henry. Notes on ^schylns, A. 5. 3 1 
Jacobite Poems, iv. 404 
James, S. (the gi'eater). Translatio cor- 
poris in GalfBciam, i. 7 
De miraculis, i. 17 

(the less). 'Eac t^j Xeirovpyla^ roO 

ayiov 'laKil-^ou tov dTrocrroXoi', ii. 433 
James I. Docnmeuts relating; to the con- 
fession of faith signed by him as James 
YI. of Scotland, i. 530 
A treatise declaring his just right and 
title to the succession of the Crown 
of England, iii. 469 
A book containing a declaration of the 
succession of the Crown of England, 
III. 469 
Of the five principal houses or lineages 
that do or may pretend to the Crown 
of England, iii. 469 
proceetlings of the Coronation of, i. 

503. 504 
answer at his first coming to England 

(1603), V. 582 
Advertisements of a loyal subject to 

his gracious sovereign (1603), ii. 49 
letter to the nobility and council, 5 
. Apr. 1603, V. 390 
letter to Abp. Button, 10 Apr. 1603, v. 

393 
Charter of, to Cambridge, v. 488 ^ 
Letters patent respecting the oflico of 
marshal of the Marshalsca, a. 1 and 
8, IV. 434 
letter to Cambridge against idle games 

(a. 2), V. 558 
Names of such to whom privy seals 
have been directed in the late loan 
(1604), II. 347 
Letters respecting the collection for 
Geneva (L604), v. 369 



Jamks I. {cvitiiiiifir\: 

Journnl of roiiforcnrm rr«ncetinff « 

treaty «ilti i 

Arliclfs iif I 

Spui?i (1C.(IJ). n. I.}.', 
Apology of tlie HouKO of Comii 

toudiing their privilege (30 J 

1601), IV. 397 
Letter to BiMhop Bancroft r^ 

the tran.sIutioii of the Biblo ('.JJ Jal> 

16041, v. Ho'.t. 3-.4 
Collection of all r 'aim 

of England w. [uj 

to tht'in, in the king's gift 

194, IV. 61 
preparation for his vLsil to Oxfonl in 

1605, V. ISO; accoimt ■ ' ' : ' 

treaty with Iltiiry IV. of i 

I. 370 
treaty with Louis XIII. l\no>. r. 171 
Ilemonstrances respectin 

on goods (1610), 1. 51. .... .. 

III. 56, IV. 210. r. Davis, Srii J 
Arguments and -i ' • > >• 

Earl of Salisl, 
Collections out of tl. 

ing how tlio kii 1 

have supplidl their «> 

money without a ParL...... ... ,... j,, 

in. 479 
letter to the University of C ' ' - ' - 

respecting the Earl of Xorli 

10 June, a. 10, v. 523 
Answer to Abji. .\bbot respecting the 

illegality of divorce projyter ninlvfi- 

cium, July 1613, i. 294, in. l.VJ 
The proceeding to tlio Parliament at 

Westminster, 5 April 1614. i. 501 
letter to Sir II. Cotton and Wiliiim 

Camden. • 

Latin of t 

Feb., a. 12. v. 544 
letter to the Fellows of Cofkih rliri-ti 

College, Cambridge, r. 

Pr I?%'ng as master, 2i> .niu. i'.i'., 

V. .Tii; 
Letter to the T'niversity ■ ' ' " ' • 

on the refusal of a i > 

town, March 1615, iv. .0)7, v. 171. 

490 
Speech in Parliament nt EJJnbnrv,h 

(1617), II. ixii, V. 579 
Satirical verses on tbo comet of 16H, 

IV. 3'.W 

artio!f-< "ent for tlio roTnlalion of Iho 
I t) in malt«ni 

I'C 

Petition of the < 

blessed Saint 1 -. i 

memory, iv. 398 
Petition of !' ; • •• ». 

hi'~'b, mi i 

( 

noiii - men- 



92 



James I. (continued) : 

turn ap. Westmon. xyI. die Jan., a. 
18, I. 389 

The proceeiliug to the rarliament at 
Westminster, 30 Jan. 1G20, i. 504; 
names of the members, i. 389 

Speech on the opening of Parliament, 
30 Jan. 1620, v. 568 

Eecai5iti;lation sommaire de la con- 
ference... h, Londi-es, 5 and 9 May 

1620, IV. 533 

Letter to the University of Cambridge 

■with a copy of his works, 1620, v. 

562 
Letter to the University of Cambridge 

for a Doctor's degi-ee for Walter 

Balconquall, 15 Apr. 1621, iv. 307 
Protestation of the House of Commons 

against the restraint of freedom of 

debate (a. 18), iv. 444 
address of the House of Commons 

on the increase of recusants, Dec. 3, 

1621, IV. 444' 

letter to the speaker, 3 Dec. 1621, with 

the answer of the house, iv. 444 
Account of his visit to Cambridge, 12 

March 1622, iv. 307 
Notes of his speech, 19 Feb. 1623, i. 

202 
Speech, March 1, 1623, with the rea- 
sons of breaking both treaties, iii. 

481 
declaration of Lords and Commons, 

14 March 1623, i. 535 
Letters of exiilanation read in the 

House, 17 March 1623, i. 535 
resolution of Parliament, 20 March 

1623, on granting subsidies, i. 535 
declaration at "White Hall, 23 March 

1623, I. 535 
notes of his speech, 29 May 1624, i. 

202 
letters to Cambridge on various mat- 
ters, V. 312. 558 
relation touching matters of privileges 

ordered in Parliament (a. 21), iv. 58 
answers to the bills read by the clerk 

of the Parhament (a. 21), i. 202 
Memorials which the ambassador of 

the King of Great Britain gave the 

King of Spam, 29 July 1624, iv. 334 
Considerations on the levy of 8000 

foot and 1600 horse for the recovery 

of the Palatiuate, iv. 272 
Discorso del Valeresio, ambass'iadore 

Vencto, sopra il naturale humore del 

re d'Ingleterra (1624), i. 353 
Collection of all the warrants to be 

paid by the treasurers of the subsidy 

money (1624), iv. 284 
Speech to 'my Lords' by a prisoner 

unto justice, i. 204 
Letter of Inigoso to, against the Duke 

of Buckingham, iii. 36. 482 



James I. (continued) : 

Letters of, to the kings of Denmark 
and Poland, the Sultan of Tm-key, 
and others, n. 458 
Letters of, to Prince Charles and Buck- 
ingham, V. 379 
Opinion about the dissolution of reli- 
gious houses, 1. 159 
note of hia death and the proceedings 
at Cambridge on the proclamation of 
Charles I., iv. 307 
manner in which his funeral was so- 
lemnized at Cambridge, iv. 307 
forerunner of revenge on the Duke of 
Buckingham for poisoning him, by 
G. Eglisham, i. 535, ii. 51, in. 157, 
V. 353 
Sir F. Greville's account of actions 
done in the beginning of his reign, 
I. 196 
List of fees and allowances paid to offi- 
cers connected with the revenues of 
the cro\\Ti, v. 579 
relation of divers occurrences in his 

reign, ii. 124 
names of his majesty's ships, with the 
number of men requisite, &c. , v. 579 
Discoiu'se of passages between the Earls 
of Essex, Somerset, Northampton, 
&c., with other affairs in his reign, 
III. 194 
An abusive letter to, v. 178 
Advertisements of a loyal subject to 

King James, v. 581 
Lands, revenues, &c. : 

Computa ballivorum &c. in comi- 
tatu Cumbr. in possessione regis, 
a. 1, IV. 537 
inventories of ancient court rolls 
of the manors of Chertsey, &c. 
in Surrey (1606), iv. 537 
survey of his manor of Fragesthorpe, 

York (1609), iv. 588 
survey of his manor of BridUngton 

(1609), IV. 538 
survey of his manor of Bridlington 

Key, York (1609), iv. 539 
articles of agreement for the sale of 
lands in Norfolk, Cambs., Suf- 
folk, Lincoln, and York, 12 Oct. 
1611, IV. 441 
computa ballivorum &c. in comi- 
tatu Lancast. (a. 11 and 12), iv. 
539 
computa ballivorum &c. in comi- 
tatu Eadnor (a. 12 and 13), iv. 
539 
collection of the yearly assignments 

of his revenues, &c., i. 43 
ordinary annual receii)ts and issues 

of the Exchequer, ii. 50 
indenture for annexing certain 
lands and honors to the crown, 
II. 76 



i>3 



James II. : order for him to bo in custody 
of the Earl of Nortliuiubcrlimd, v. 11:1 
debates on the exclusion bill ^KJHO), i. 

200 
attempt of the conversion of his daugh- 
ters to his own religion, v. 471 
proclamation of, at Cambridge, v, 497 
coronation office for, v. 47(i 
act for granting libci'ty of conscience 
without imposing Oaths or Tests 
(1(587), IV. 437 
reasons of the clergy against subscrib- 
ing the Bishops' address (1687), i. 
167 
letter of Bishop Barlow touching the 

King's declaration (1688), ii. 283 
extracts from letters of Dean Stuart 

respecting him at Brussels, v. 411 
letter of Innocent XI. thanking the 
King of Franco for welcoming him, 
V. 422 
speech of Clement XI. on his death, 
V. 422 
James I. of Scotland. A balade attributed 

to, ' Sen trew vertcw,' v. 600 
James III. of Scotland. Proceedings of 
the ParUament of Scotland (1469), iii. 
562 
Januensis, Johannes de Balbis. Catho- 
licon, I. 38 

Jacobus, v. Voragine. 

Jason, hfe of, translated by Caxton from 

Kaoul le Fevre, i. 101 [r. Corr. v. 584] 
Jeffery, John. Letter to Bishop Moore, 

I. 163 
Jegon, John, correspondence of, iv. 187, 
V. 200. 255—258. 397 [i'. Con-, v. 607] 
Kegistrum continens fragmcnta tan- 
gentia episcopate negotium tempore 
J. Jegon, v. 354 
correspondence with Abp. Abbot about 

W. Sayer's case (1612), iv. 439 
Pri\^ seal for composition of the first- 
fmits of the Bishoprick of Norwich 
gi-antod to, iv. 186 
dilapidations after his death, iv. 189 
fees taken by, iv. 195 

Robert "(?). Supplement to the 

Faery Queen, ii. 89 

Jenings, John, sennon by, i. 532 
Jenisos, ILarn. Letter to Lenthall, v, 

409 
Jenkin, Eohert, Margaret Profes-sor, m- 

augural lecture of, v. 468 
Jenkins, David. Apology for the army 

(1647), III. 159 

Jill!. Notes of his trial, v. 416 

Jergis. Liber de significationc planotft- 

rum in domibus, in. 213 
Jerome, S., v. Hieronymi-s, S. 
Jersey, letter of Richard II. to the Pope 

on the extortions of Bcrtraud du Gues- 

clin in, i. 143 
Letter of Richard II. thanking the 



Jersey (rontinueil): 

bailifTM, .Vc. for lluir iH^bavinnr, 
I. Ill, 145 
Registry conti'niknt b>M m-Wn dr^ col- 
lotpieHdus K^^li.•(^'M, |."»77 1611, 1.411 
Jeri'sm^em, an itinerary of (French), in. 
231 
description of. in French, iii. Ml 
Jesuits, lldati. il <>( tho Jo- 

suits, by P. T. 1'. 

Advertiseiiienln l<i i 

concenung tbf way 

guide their ufTiiirs (Id 17 
The dangerous pnlicicsof . ;. _ ''< 

Letter to the father rtctur iit 

found among sinno taken in Luiiduii 
(1628), III. 38, IV. 312 
Arrest do la cour do Parlement contro 

(1626), I. 177 
Responaio ad epistolam homiili8...fac- 
tionis Jesiiitie a coguato sno A. C, 
I. 533 
A discourse between a recnHont taxi 

a Jesuit, v. 178 
treatise against, by Lord Burleigh, it, 
50 

and seminarj' priests, ojunionH con- 

ceniing tlie procetding with, v. 412 
Jewell, John, Bp. of Salisburj-. Ix'tton 
to Bp. Parklnirst, ii. 57 
Reply imto M. Uardiuge'a answer, 



III. 



Ui) 



Concerning his death, from Humfrcy'a 
life, II. 59 
Jews. Processus contra Jud.xoa at Read- 
ing (18 Edw. I.), I. 396 
Oath, &i> dfivvovffiv ol 'lovSaTot (two 
forms of), II. 434 
JoAcniM, .\bl>at of Corazzo. Prophetin*, 

in. 523. 715 
JouN XXII.. Pope. Bulla pro 1. g;\tH in 
Angliam destinnndis ad jmciiii int« r 
Angliam et Scotiam refonuandam, in. 
40H 
Bulla Arch. Cant, dirpctn. nt clornm 
Angli.Tj a ve\ per rogpiu 

illatis liberare ■ iii. I'"* ••i-'. 

Letter citing HoluTt liriu'i' t 
before him for violating ti.. 
in. 409 
Bulla contra Michaclcm do Ceteam, 

II. 337 
Coiistiti:' 
Coiir^tith tns Hunt 

percipieiiili. iii. 410 
Coustitutiones do voto ot do (mlribuj* 

minoribus, in. -KX) 
Extrava„'nnM. ■•■ "7. v. 235 
Uuila d<' pn I rntnim minomni 

i,, III. 110 

Pri.i ' "ling a cer- 

tain praM'P, ii 
Eilictuin <le pre-- . icenlibns 

Bccundofl nuptift.M, iv. 294 



94 



John XXII. (continued) : 

Contra Phu-alitatem beneficiorum, iii. 

408, 409 
Literaj cle primitiis, iii. 408 
Bulla cle Jobanne cle Stratford, in ejii- 
scopiimcle Wyntonia promoto, iii.410 
Bnlla pro subsiclio, iii. 411 
Bulla de Temi^lariis, in. 411 
BuUa pro canonizatione Thomaj Here- 

fordensis Episcopi, in. 408 
Sermoncs circa Yisiouem Beatificara, 

III. 416 
Provisions, note respecting, v. 206 
Coufirmatio Uniyersitatis Cautabrigias, 

V. 235 
Acquittance for 1500 marks, v. 384 
JoH-v, KiXG. Carta per c[uam regnum et 
coronam Angliffi Innocentio III. re- 
signat, II. 504 
Forma pacis inter Jobannem regem et 

sacerclotium, ii. 504 
Cbarter to tlie Abp. and Bishops, 
V. 345 
Johannes Anglicus in monte Pessulano. 
Quadrans, in. 328. 404 

■ Gk.\mmaticus. Poetria de arte pro- 

saica metriea vel rbytbmica, iv. 8 
Extr. from, iv. 512 
■ Heeemita. Propbetia quam vidit 
in Caucaso monte, iv. 108 

Pauper. Brevdlotiuium, n. 446 

DE Porta ClU'doeum. De lapide 



pbilosopborum, i. 242 

Sarisbukiensis. EioistolEe, in. 401 



Enteticus, in. 400; abbreviatio, iv. 136 
Metalogicon, in. 400 ; extr. from, iv. 136 
Policraticus, in. 401; extr. from, in. 
671, 672 
S. John's, Jerasalem (England). Letter 
of Eicbard II. to the prior, i. 119 
noniina prionim, v. 377 

(Ireland). Letter to excuse the prior 

from going to Avignon, i. 117 
Johnson, George, Bond to Eicbard Sbel- 
ton, II. 65 

Hester. Letter to Strype. r. In- 
dex, V. 150 

William. Valetudinarium, i. 179 

Johnston, Joseph. Sermon preacbed at 

tbe Yorksbire feast, v. 188 
JoLLYVET, Monsieur. Le coeur froisse, ou 
demiferes beures de Mons. Jollyvet 
(1662), I. 433 
Jones, William. Opinion touching the 
commissions by which the justices sit 
at Newgate, iv. 52 
argument concerning ship money, in. 
488. 489 
JoNSON, Christopher. Ortus et vita Gu- 

lielmi de Wickbam (Poema), in. 686 
Jordan. Ars metriea demonstrativa, in. 
494 
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De Cauonio, iv. 184 [v. Corr. v. 605] 



JosEPHA. Expositiones status, n. 451 
Josephus. ■7repl'Apxai.6T7jToi'lovSalwi>, iv. 
62 ; Versio Eufini, i. 6. 36 
Quae desuut apud Vers. Eufini ex Apo- 

gi-apbo Vossiano (Gr.), iv. 82 
notes on, A. 38 

JoSEpHUS ChRISTIANUS. 'TwOIJ.Vr](TTiKbv 

fii^Mov, II. 313 
Josephus, Patriarch of Constantinople. 

Epigi-amma, in. 46 
Jousts, ordinances, &c. for, made by John, 

Lord Tiptoite, Earl of Worcester, 6 Edw. 

IV., 1. 502 
Jubilee. Tbe articles of the Bull of the 

holy Jubily, temp. Hen. VII., v. 383 
Judges, things agi-eed upon at the meeting 

of, in 1636, i. 537 
JUDICII SiGNA, IV. 108. 357* 
JuLiANUs. 'ETrtoToX-Jj TT^os Al^clvlov, in. IB 

De Coesaribus sermo, notes on, A. 25 
JuLiANus, Bp. of Toledo. Prognostica, 

III. 337 
JuLiEEs, William, Duke of, letters to, 

I. 118. 144 

Oratio cum rector in- 
286 
Lectures upon Jonah, 



JUNGE, ImANIUS. 

augiu-aretur, i. 
Junius, Francis. 
I. 287 
Patricius. 



Collation of a MS. of 



S. Cyril, A. 35 
Jus. CoUectarium Juris (fragment of), 
I. 41 
Eubricaj juris civilis et canonici, ii. 9 

Civile, by Taylor, A. 7 

Justification, a treatise ou, i. 529 
JusTiNi Historia ex Trogo Pompeio, i. 215, 

in. 622 
Justin Martyr. Ex 'AvarpoTrrj seu ever- 
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desunt, from a Vienna MS., iv. 78 
notes on, by Pearson, A. 39 
Justinian. Codicis Ubri ti-es cum appa- 
ratu Accursii, i. 12 ; libri novem, i. 831 
Digestum vetus, i. 332 
Inforciati tertia pars cum Glossa, i. 840 
Institutiones cum apparatu Accursii, 
I. 12 
notes on, A. 54 
notes on, by Taylor, A. 14 
NoveUarum libri IX, cum apparatu 
Accursii, i. 12 
collection of, bearing on ecclesiasti- 
cal matters (Greek), n. 163, in. 
686 
77th (Greek), n. 163 
Pandectte, libri 39—44 et 48—50, 
I. 328 ; Expositio in, in. 709 
Justinian, son of tbe Emperor Maurice, 

fragment (Greek) relating to, i, 449 
Juvenalis Satirai, iv. 4',)0 
notes on, A. 13. 56. 59. 60 
notes ou, by Beverland, A. 15 
T. Faber, A. 57 
Taylor, i. 334, A. 1. 8 



!)."> 



JcvKNCfS. Qiifttuor Eviingcliix pjcno iil 
verbum trausluta, ii. -173 [c. Corr. v. 695J, 
HI. 201 



E 

Iv.\KRi.Yox. Lewis. Tractatus ilc arto coni- 
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Calculations of solar eclipses, ti. 115. US 
Canons for prejiaring tables for calcu- 
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Tables for calculating eclipses, ii. IT.I 
Tabuhe signorum Humfriili JucisGlou- 

cestrite, ii. 118 
Tabula contiuens quadrates et cubicos 
cum radieibus eorum, ii. 118 
K.VLENPAitiuM, III. 14y. 17tj. 401. 51l». 701; 
(Greek), iv. 512; ciu'iosum et canon 
super, III. 346 
Directions in verse on the, iv. 298 
Tract on the Cluu-ch Kalendiu, iii. 701 
with a rule to hnd the gospels, epistles, 
and lessons all the year, iv. 7 
Kalid. QniEstiones ad ilorienum Eoma- 

nimi, II. 542 
Kahpaga. De inventione sinus et decliua- 

tioiiis per Kaidagas, iii. 549 
Keckermaxx. Extr. from his Systema 

logicum, de Voce, i. 499 
IvELLisos, Matthew. ' Gagge of the Re- 
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Kemes, lordship of, iv. 433 
Kemish, Cai'Tain. Letter to Storie, ii. 18G 
Kemp, John, Abp. of York. Licence to be 

Cardinal, v. 382 
Kempe, Thomas (Bp. of London). St.'itu- 

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Kenilwortii, dictum de, ii. 34, in. 277, 

IV. 70. 75. 328 

Kexkedle, Andrew. ' Pious coimsale,' 

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Kennett White (Dean, aftenvards Bishop 
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Index, v. 150 
account of his election, conseci'ation, 

&c. , V. 273 
his collections relating to Peterborough, 

V. 270—274 
notes on Gunton's history of Peter- 
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account of Bp. Henshaw, v. 254 
historical collections, v. 5()8 
notes on his llegister, A. 29 
Kent, John. Letter to Strji^e. r. Index, 

V. 150 

Kerdeston, William. Licence to fortify 
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Kessell, Laurence van. Letter to Hester 
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Kettilry, H. Letters to Strj-pe. v. In- 
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Keynsham, Monastery of. Boll containing 
the election of an abbat, 152G, i. 152 



KiKi), Thomas. Notes on liis Books by 

Dobreo, A. 75. 7i\ 
KiDi.r.R, UiciiAun, Bp. of Bath and Wtlln. 

Letters to Stryiie. r. Index, v. l.V) 
Kii.wAitiiY, BoiiEUT, Abp. of Cauterburj'. 
C'onstitutiones, i. 393 
Letters patent of, i. 42 1 
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KiNo, an essay of n, iii. 3(5 
Kino, I-^dwaiu) (Lycidus), notes respecting, 
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Henry. Verses of man's mortality 

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John. Letter to Stry]>e. r. Index, 



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Sir John, memoir of, v. 401. 4C5. 519 

Sir Peteu. Letter to Str\-po. r. In- 
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BoiUCRT. 



Collection of forms of 
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William. Sermon on Ps. c%ii. 2, 3, 



V. 188 



William, report of, respecting the 

Bp. of Worcester. &c., v. 412 

KiNiisTON, Isle of Wight, letter of Henry 

HI. respecting the advowst>u of, iv. 119 

KiRKitY, burgage in, letter respecting a suit 

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KiRSTEN, Peter. Letter to W.Bedwell. i. 71 
KiRTON IN LiNnsEY. General sm^ey of 

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KiTciiiN, ^Ir, Law readings of, ii. 485 
Knatcurill, Sir D. Norton. Notnlro 
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Kniout, Samfel. Adversaria, v. 574 
Biographical collections, v. 187 
notes on Culet, Erasmus, etc., v. Ifi4 
Draft of tlie life of dean Colet, v. 187 
Connnon-jilace book, v. 190 
HistoiT of Chmches in Cambridgeshire, 

V. 1G3 
Collections for a histon,' of Ely, v. 188 
letters to Bp. Moore, i. 1G3 
letters to StrAjie. r. Index, v. 151 
Life of Bj). Patrick, v. 1G3 
I'oems, Ei)igiaius, Ac, v. 184 
Memoir of Stnpe, v. 190 
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Knkuiiley, EnMUNn. Fte.idings on tho 

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fees due from, i. 502 

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Knox, Korert. Letters to Strype. ?-. In- 
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Thomas. Letter to E. GriOith, 

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96 



Kntttett, Sir Thomas, English and Latin 
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Index librorum in Musfeo, ii. 354 
Macaronick verses agaiust, ii. 484 
Poems on subjects connected ■with the 

Ufe of Christ, i. 523 
Epitaph, I. 440 
KoKAN, The (Latine), iv. 220. 335; Liber 

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KcKELEMTNGTOX (? Kikklinton), presenta- 
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Kyngesmtlle, William. De forma et 

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Lactaxtius. Divime Institutiones adver- 
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t'. Cambridge, University of : Library. 
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Survey of the woods, &c. of, 1575 — 1580, 

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Collection of the names of the castles, 

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list of manors, &c. belonging to, ii. 76 
receivers' accounts of the revenues for 
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13 Eliz., and 1633, ii. 78 



Lancaster, Duchy of (continued) : 

receivers' accounts for 18 Charles I., 

II. 77 
receivers' accoimts for 1636 — 1638, 

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inquisitioues jjost mortem, relative to 
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priory of. Collectanea e veteri ro- 

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Lane, Thomas. Certain choice chapters 

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Lanfranc. De officio monachorum, iv. 114 

Langbain, Ger.uid. Letter to Ussher, 

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Langham, Simon, Abp. of Canterbury. 
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letters of safe conduct to his messenger 

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Langhorn, William : My Garden, and other 

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Langtoft, Peter, Chronicle of (French), 

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Langton, Stephen, Abp. of Canterbury: 

Concilium in Oxonia eelebratum, in. 421 

Constitutiones, i. 328. 392, in. 224. 

225. 376 

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Expositio Ecclesiastici, ii. 87. 445 

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Super xii Prophctas, in. 665 
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Langworth, John (Ai'chdeacon of Wells), 

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07 



LAPrs CASTEi.i.nNcrr.vs (<'onl!nuf(f) : 

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passage of his letter to Dr Brooke, 

V. 871 

letter coiiceruing Mr Heme and, v. 372 

letters to and fi\>m res])e<-tinK tlie riiTlit 

of -visiting the Universitv, v. 171. 

172. 17<i. 177. 374. 534 

commission respecting the deanery of 

Bockiug, V. 391 
dispensation to hold bis eanonrv- of 
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dispensation frranted hv, v. :i'.)2 
letter to Selden, v. 44l' 
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V. 4tJ8 
prayer for Charles I., v. 475 
notes on the coronation otlice, v. 47<*) 
letter to Trinity College, v. 173 
prayers at the beginning of Parlia- 
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forio-s of, II. 2 

Civil, summarj- of, i. 03 
Collections, i. 104. 305 
Common-place Books, i. 174. 239. 25n. 
259. 261. '262. 376. 4'23. 447. 4 1-^. 
480. 5'22, II. 17. 75. 87. 1'22. 2<,J. 
III. 55. 56. 65. 183. 275. '282. 4s I. 
489. 7*28, IV. 26. 44. 57. 210. b'.l. 
514 
Lectures, notes of, i. 288 
Moot cases, i. 514. 536, iv. 439 
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453. 454. 5.30 



Law I'leadint^, H. ii. IV. — EU*., til. 

5:.t) 

I'rec.dint'. i. H. 65. AM, iti, iHi. 

4'.i.!, IV. r,o. '2^3 
lira llli;.;-., I. \w. 

III. 192. '2'i-J. 267. J..... i,„. Hi, i,... 
276. '282 
IV. H. " : ■ \ 

niitl III .>.ni 

1613 I.) Itijl. III. l.ii 
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IV. 314 
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7, H H,n. VI.. I. 310; ft f, w OUM, 

lien. VI.— ^L^^^•. iv. 17 
1— -23 Hen. VI I., "111.70 
38 Hen. VIII.— '27 Eliz.. nr. 64; 

Hen. VIII.— .In.M. I.. lu. 4Hfi; 

Hen. VIII., I. 4:M).r.l4 
EUzabeth, i. 430. 514. 437. S.'W. 

526. 4.V.», M. 74. 2i",3. 311. 47'«. 

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119. 1S3. '231. 270. 4H:1 biH. 4H4. 

4^7 ter. 493; HoUrfM, 491; iv. 

44. 47. '280; CWxIfrvca, 2*2; 43V>. 

454 
James I., i. 62. .309. 437. 515. 11. 86. 

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4h4. 4h6. 487 bis. iW ; HoUrtn. 

491; Winch's. 491; 492. iv. 4*. 

47. 55. 115. '2^0; {nHlfrvc'»,3»«; 

449. 452. 454. .M3 
Charles I., i. 102. 310. S77. 494. 

495, II. 178, HI. 52. 56. 267. 4-6 

bis; Hetlev'H, 492 ; iv. 44. 54. 'i^o. 

4.VI 
Charles II., of tlie court of m><>»m>ii 

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George II., v. 376 
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]., '7 

tione et 
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Lawbem K r. Ill" iiAiin«»os. I<«>ttcr r** 
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7 



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Leandee, a play, ii. 178 
Le Cleec, John. Letter to Bp. Moore about 
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Letter to Bentley, A. 23 
Lectiones for Saints' Days, with a verbal 

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letters patent for a safe conduct for, 
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Leicestee's Commonwealth, ii. 337, iii. 

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09 



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De praeteritis et supinis verborum, in. 

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Pratum flomra, in. 240 
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TTtpl iiriffTokTlKOV XO/3a»CT^/)05, III. 721 

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ilisposal of £1000 raised for tho re- 
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Coimty of, ItoJls of tlio court of 
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Dioceso of, Norwich taxation of, liW, 
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visitation of, in 1"'.14. v. 107. lOrt 
Exonerati 
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gei" 
Ar< I 
institutions nil 
Register, v. 1' ■ 
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Rishops. v. 4()7 

7-a 



100 



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confirmation of the church of S. to, 
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arguments on the liberty of the person 

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The kiug's band to the nobility, iv, 549 

Saying of the queen to the king, 
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Account of the miudcr of Eizzio, 
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words between her and Thomas Cra- 
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arguments that she was guilty of Darn- 
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usage of Daruley, brief discourse of, 
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French sonnets written to Bothwell be- 
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Letters to Bothwell, iv. 549 

Proceeding of certain herdis of the Earl 
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Evidence of Kobert Conjnigham, 12 
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Deposition of John Hay, 13 Sept. 1567, 
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Confession of John Hepburn, 8 Dec. 
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Incidents causing suspicion of the 
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Names of the Parliament, 15 Dec. 1567, 
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Mauy, Qi-kes of Sc oth (r/i;i/i«H/-rf) : 

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Livre des Mathennitiques, iv. 5"25 

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Liber ([uantitatum mensurandanim per 

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106 



Mathematical Tracts {rontinued) : 

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De gradibus simjilicium medicinarum, 

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De necessariis ad differcndum in prac- 

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Precious waters for divers syknessis, 

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letter after he was committed (1546), 

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Hospital of the Holy Trinity, foun- 



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142 
Oxexepes, John of, extracts from tho 

Chronicle of, v. 205 
Oxenstiern, Axel. Letter to Sir T. Roe. 
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Oxford, University of. Do consucta- 
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case between the Bishop and tho Vice- 
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Coinjwsitio facta inter Archiiliaconnm 
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concio de miracnlo pannni babita Oxo- 
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dccretuiu pro registrario. v. 197 
graduates, catalogue of. I'tft^) — ir»09, 
V. 379; adtlitious by Wall, A. 13 

a-2 



IIG 



Oxford, UNirERsm: of (continued) : 
incorporation, v. 468 
letter respecting John Wasteneys, a 

friar minor, inceptor in Divinity, i. 

127 
letter to Cambridge University (15o-4), 

T, 396 
letters and bulls confirming privileges, 

&c., V. 292 
letter of the Yiee-Chaneellor to Vice- 

Chaucellor of Cambridge (16Jtl), re- 
specting an appeal on grievances, v. 

262 
letter of Earl of Dorset respecting the 

Di\"iuity chair, v. 313 
letter to James I. (1620), v. 490 
royal letter to the Chancellor and 

Masters for the repression of riots 

in the election of proctors, i. 121 
library, building of, and gifts to it, v. 

557 
linea publicoram professormn Theolo- 

giae, I. 183 
manner of creating Sir C. Hatton 

Chancellor, v. 197 
names of those for whom each gi-aduate 

of Oxford ought to pray, i. 212 
note of the Divinity School and Li- 
brary, V. 197 
petition of, 202 
prayer for the preservation of (1614), 

V. 475 
proceedings against John Burges, v. 

170. 219 
regraciatio cujusdam scholaris ad 

quendam episcopum pro collatis 

beneficiis et exhib. eleemosinas, i. 

147 
speeches by Prevaricators, &c., i. 302 
state of the affairs of printing in (1680), 

V. 226 
Tisits of Elizabeth and James I., v. 

180. 446 
■warrant for a confirmation of the grant 

of 50 marks yearly to the Dominican 

convent, i. 110 

Colleges. 

Christ Church : collections for a history 

of, I. 183 

linea dccauorum, &c., i. 183 
supphcatio pro D. Jamesio ut de- 

canus esset, v. 454 

names of the scholars elected from 

Westminster (1561— 1629), 1.183 

Cathedral of : linea episcoporom 

et archidiaconorum, i. 183 

Exeter : argument in the case of Dr 

Bury, rector, deprived, iv. 433 
Oratio Imanii Junge, cum rector 
inauguraretur, i. 286 
S. John's : Statuta, i. 101 

letter to ^^^iitgift, v. 367 
Lincoki : Statuta, i. 385 



Oxford, Lincoln College {cotithiwd) : 

l^rayer of commemoration of bene- 
factors (1739), V. 475 
Magdalene : case between the visitor 

and ten fellows (1684), iv. 437 
Mertou : ordiuatio domus de, i. 425 
Statuta, II. 280; explanation of 

some, I. 286 ; f. v. 325 
catalogue of celebrated men belong- 
ing to, I. 283 
Pembroke : petition of the fellows 
against John Hall, the master, and 
his answer, ii. 279 
Queen's : oratio in, pro grad. mag. 6 

Mai. 1647, i. 499 
Magnse Anise Universitatis : eviden- 
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City and Parishes of : De libertate 

villae Oxouiae, i. 521 
S. Edward's. E^ddentiiB, i. 521 
S. Giles's. EvidentiiE, i. 521 
S. Mary Magdalene. Evidentife, i. 521 
S. Michael Aquil. Evidentife, i. 521 
S. Peter. Evidentias, i. 521 
S. Thomas the MartjT.". Evidentias, i, 

521 
Attestreete. Evidentiaj, i. 521 
Conybeare's additions to Britton's ac- 
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S. Frideswide's priory : letter to 

the Bishop of Liucohi concerning inju- 
ries to a canon by the prior and con- 
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History of, i. 183 

Greek MSS. at : transcripts from, 



I. 297, IV. 80 seqq. 

magna sententia qute data fuit 



apud Oxoniam, ii. 2 

provisions of, iv. 119 

Statuta, i\ Statuta. 

County of, extract concerning 



pleas of the forest in, i. 444 
Oxford, John de Verb, 14th Earl of, ar- 
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case in chancery against Magd. Coll. 
V. 367 

Edward de Veee, 17th Earl of. 

Note of his lands in Cambridgeshire and 
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Henry de Verb, 18th Earl of. 

Case for the High Chamberlainship of 
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speech to the Lower House, 7 March 
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Edward Harley, 22d Earl of. Letter 

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468 
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v. HlSPALENSIS, JoHANNE.S. 

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Thomas. Letters to Bancroft, v. 38G 

Paget, "William, verses of, i. 284 
Letters to Henry VIII. and Crom- 
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Eevenues assigned by Parliament in 
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accoimts of receivers of rents of seques- 
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Letter to the Duke of Savoy on behalf 
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Letters of, v. 404 

memorial for Sir E. Cave from, v. 406 
official letters from, v. 5()9 
Index of Greek MSS. in the Ubrary of, 
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Palavicino, Horatio. Letter to Mr Hubert, 

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Pai.eario, Aonio. On the benefit of Christ's 
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Palladius Ectilus. Opus agriculturffi, ii. 

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Palmer, Gkokfrey. Journal of the House 
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Pampisworth, notes respecting, v. 306 
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Papias. Ehnieiitarinni Hecnndum ordinem 
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Papinian, (ireek version of. Digest I. tit. 3, 
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Pappus. rd^it kuI x**/'<"'P7'* fitpurfioO, 

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Papwokih S. Agnes. Certifieato o( an 
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Papwokih Eveuard, notes rewiKfcting, 
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Parable of fuith, hope, and charity, 
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Pardons, i. 113. 133. 134 

I'aris. Names of the Dishops, iii. 53 

Paris, letter to, in Spanish, i. 441 

P.\RisH, William. A thesis. An sola fides 
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Pai'.ishes, opinions of the judges of assize 
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Parisiensis, Johannes. Memoriale histo- 
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Gulielmus, r. Alvernus. 

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notes resi)ecting, v. 36. 346 

Matthew (Abp. of Canterburv' 



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concerning his letter on Art. XX., v. 95 

correspondence, v. 345 

documents relative to Corpus Chriati 
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letters to Cambridge, v. 308. 555 

letters to Sir W. Cecil, v. 524. 53.> 

letters to Jewel respecting King Al- 
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letters to Up. Farkhurst, ii. 59. 63. 64. 
65. 70. 71. 72 

literte pro precibus et jejunio tempore 
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his book on the marriage of priests, 
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metrical version of the Psalms, preface 
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statutes for EastbridKe Hospital, y. 34 

table of consecratii'iis and confirma- 
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visitation of Christ Church, Canterbury, 
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tnie estate of the Archbishopriek, v. 345 

check-roll of his household servanta, 
V. 345 

copies of papers respecting his coDse< 
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annals of his life, v. 30 

historia de vita, in. 147 

historiola Josselini, v. 344 

notes respecting, v. 34. 35. 36. 345 

Thomas. Letter to Leuthall, 

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118 



Paekes, p. Letter to Strype. v. Index, 

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Paekhckst, John (Bp. of Norwich), letters 
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remonstrance with, for a sermon, ii. 56 
wan-ant for release of John Fisher, 

11. 58 
charge to commissaries to cite those 

who do not come to church, ii. 58 
order for exercise of prophesying in 

the diocese, ii. 65 
answer concerning the use of the 
liturg\' and articles, end ceremonies 
of the church, ii. 67 
minutes of an examination respecting 
objections to the performance of 
Baptism, ii. 69 
expostulation with, for suffering non- 
conformists to catechize, ii. 70 
injunctions to the Dean, Prebendaries, 

&c., IV. 432 
list of persons who had in their keep- 
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Naxha>-iel. Letter to Bp. Moore, 

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Parlance le commune, i. 485 
Paelliment, EoUs of Edw. I. — Eich. III., 
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rolls of, in Edward II. 's reign, i. 54 
petitions to, 8 Edw. II., i. 376 
proceedings in, and the writs of sum- 
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records of (Edw. III.), i. 376. 377; 

(Eichard U.), i. 377; (Hen. IV.), 

1.377 
Lords and Commons Joimials, extracts 

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VI., V. 383 
Sevmour's Journal Book, Ed. VI. — 

18Eliz., V. 383 
collections out of the Journals, temp. 

Eliz., V. 383 
notes of a resolution on the authority 

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miscellaneous speeches, &c. hi (1628), 

V. 178 

qua-res concerning the elections (1640), 

IV. 443 
Extr. from journals of House of Lords, 

1641, V. 568 
Observations occasional and emergent 

acts, 1641, 1642, v. 383 
notes from Parliamentary journals, 

1640—1645, V. 569 
instructions from the Parliament to 

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petitions to, 1646, v. 569 
Official letters to and from the Speaker 

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catalogue of persons summcmed by 

"writ (1657) to sit in the other house, 

Y. 471 



Parliament (continued) : 

of 1685, short memoirs of, by Bp. 

Lloyd, V. 478 
division on the bill against occasional 

confoiToity, iv. 403 
candidates and numbers on the poll 

for various places in 1708, iv. 403 
form and manner of keeping of, iv. 207. 

443 
lex ijarliamentaria in domo superiori, 

I. 526 

rough draft of an act concerning some 

liberties of, iv. 444 
Usts of Burgesses for various places, 

V. 383 
Proceeding to the Parliament at West- 
minster from Whitehall, i. 501 
remembrances for order and decency 
to be kept in the upper house wheu 
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Selden's notes on, iv. 443 
A treatise on, i. 504 
writs for various counties, v. 384 
Parody on an epitaph, iv. 403 
Paeris, Philip, grant of the i^riories of 
Fordham, Barham, &c. to, v. 377 
inquisition taken at Cambridge after 
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Parsons and Parsonages, 30 queries of, 
11.46 
questions to rating, v. 177 
Parsons, Eobert. Extract and abbrevia- 
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(1591), IV. 315 
Advertisement concerning this book, by 

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Leicester's Commonwealth, v. Lei- 
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Partenay, le rommant de (French metrical 

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Partheeiche, E., letter of, v. 187 
Partridge, Samuel. List of his articles 

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Pasch^U; II., Pope, letters of, iii. 436 
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Pasche, William, mass by, v. 589 
Passionale, III. 431; Anglo-Saxon, iii. 

358 
Passionarium, hi. 237. 354 

Squares made with the names of the 
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Passive Obedience, epitaph on, v. 478 
Pastor fidus, Tragi-Comadia, 11. 240 
Paterrus or Pateicius. Liber testimonio- 
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De tribus habitaculis, v. Augusti- 
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De purgatorio Sancti Patricii, 11. 328 
[v. Corr. Y. 594 J ; French verse, 

II. 260 



11!) 



rATRiCK, JoTTS, Clftvin TbcoloRin?, v. IdO 
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11)1. 1!>2 
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Tiibuliv Horariiu Biitannicir, v. 177 
Note3 out of Crassot'a book, &c., 

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Exiilicatio loconim Scriptiirae, v. 187 
will ami i)rol)ate of, v. 101 
diploma of D.D. conforrod ou by Abp. 

of Cauterbiiry, v. 191 
appoiutmcut to the precentorship of 

Cbicbcstcr, v. li)l 
letter aud note of bis institution to a 
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sermons, v. 188 
testimonies of tbe fatbers against tran- 

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metrical version of tbe book of Psalms, 
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Patrick, Simon (Bp. of Ely). Abstract of 
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advice to a friend, v. 188 
appointment to the vicarage of Batter- 
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autobiogi-apby, v. 181 
catalogue of his books, v. 192 
common-place Book, v. 177 
discourse on 2 Tim. iv. 8, v. 190 
expostulatory letter to, v. 182 
historical notes of, v. 182 
lease of tbe priory aud parsonage of 

Swavesey, v. 191 
letters to Mrs Ciauden, v. 1G2 
letters written to, v. 573 
letters patent of appointment to a pre- 
bend at Westminster, v. 191 
letters patent of appointment to the 

deanery of Peterborough, v. 191 
notes in almanacks, v. 192 
notes ou Images, &c., v. 573 
notes to his sermon on ' the Hj-pocri- 

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notes on the New Testameut, v. 190 
paraphrase of Horn, ix., i. 178 
patent restoring the temporalities of 

the see of Chichester to, v. 191 
pedigiec of, v. 307 
private devotions, v. 192 
sermons, v. 188. 190 
statutes granted to Peter House, V. 189 
Life of, by Dr Knight, v. 1(13 
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Eusebiu.M, A. 31. 3'J 
Ju.-,tiii Martvr, A. 39 
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Statutuiu do oruamcutis ccclesianim, 

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Pocmata. Defcnsio fratnim mendican- 
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Philomela, mcditatio, i. 23G, ii. 255 
Psalteriuui bout.e Yirginis, i. 514, 

II. 519, IV. 3G2' 
Do vauitate muudi, it. 255 
Knight's collections for his biography, 

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Peter de. Lumiere as Lais (French 

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Pecocke, Reoin.vld, Bishop of Chichester. 
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Pkki-.s, pri\-ilegC8 of, i. 501; list of, in 170G, 

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Peiresc, de. Letter to Sir H. Spclman, 

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Pel.\oiu3. Epistola ad Demetriadein, i. 41 
Peluam, Peteh. Letter to Lord ^\'hit- 

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Pkmhuokk, .John i>k Hastinos, Karl of. 

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Piiii.iP IlEnnEiiT, Earl of. Letter 

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Penekk he, manor of. Clrant of view of 

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Pkrambulationibus, Carta de, ii. 3 
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deans of, list of, v. 271 
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notes respecting the monaster}', v. 271 
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account of revenue sequestered for the 
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De Hierosolymitana peregrmatione, in. 

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Expositio super Job, ii. 256. 266. 496, 

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Magistro Philippo, in. 527 
Eemediarium couversorum, ii. 470 
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papers relative to his marriage with 

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A discom-se wherein is set down his 
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letter to the University of Cambridge, 
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Philip IV. or Spain. Eeply to Blake's 

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1:21 



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adversns Monothelitas, iv. 87 
(Pseud.) iu .\ristotel. de Ciulo, excerpta 
ex. IV. 91 
Philosopher's stone, treatises on, i. 211, 

n. 13; Lat., iv. 526 
Philosophers, dictes or saj-ings of, i. 382, 

III. 46 
Philosophy, trenti.se on (French), n. 25-t 
PliilosopbiiP liber, ii. 517 
Variii? philosojihia' coujectanea de ani- 

ma mundi, iv. 36-1* 
dialogues and notes, iii. 672 
Philostr-^tus. 'EiriiXToXal, in. 720 
notes on, by Boissonade, A. 7 
Gruter, A. 32 
Saliuasius, A. 32 
Philoxexus. Glossarium Giffico-Latinum, 

III. 685 
Phoben"CS,Georgius. UepldvoTvxia-s, 1.67; 

wepl viro^6\ov, I. 67 
Ph(Exix, poem on (Lat.), ii. 451 
Photius. 'Ayu)yal nal diroSei^eis irepl ^jrt- 
aKbtrwv Kal nrjrponoXiTuf, iv. 80 
Fragment of the preface to the Nomo- 

cauou (Gr), ii. 143 
Index titulorum to the Nomocanon 

(Gr.), II. 143 
Catena in S. Pauli Epistolas (Gr.), 

II. 830 
transcripts of part of an Oxford MS. of, 

I. 207 
Bibliotheca, notes on, by Pearson, 

A. 31 
Lexicon, notes on, by Dobree, A. 68. 74 
Physicis, Fragmentum de, ii. 518 
Physiognomy. De Phisenemie, iii. 6 
The tretis of the bookc of Phisunomj-o, 

IV. 67 

PiccoLHOMiNi, Archangel. Collectiones 
expra'lectionibus anatomicis, v. 571 

PiCTAOOR^ Documenta, ii. 543 

Pie-Powher, Pleas in the Court of, 30 Hen, 
VIII.— 3 Edw. YI., m. 273 

Piers of Fulham. A doctrine of fishing 
and fowling, iv. 67 [v. Corr. v. 604] 

Piers Plowman, the Vision or dialogue 
of, I. 24. 75, II. 495, in. 177, iv. 66; 
Glossary to, iv. 67 

PiooE, Oliver. Mcilitations, &c., con- 
cerning the Spanish invasion, 1588, 
I. 468. 469 

PiGNEROL, grievances of the treaty of, i. 95. 
96 



Pii.i;uiMK, tlie, or Pilgrininiito of man in 
this world, r. Dkoiillkvillk, Ci. vr.; 
(irace DiEr. 
PiLKiNOTON, .JAJiEH(Hp. of Durham). Lot- 
tiT to the I''..'irl of Ii<'icfHt«T, circa 
adi:i|ih(ini, v. 455; ISuktT'b uecuuut uf, 
V. 126. 127 
PiLLOiuM judicia, i. 399 
Pink, Dr. Letter to the Earl of Pembroke, 

V. 299 
l'iNi>AR, various readings of, \. 2) 
notes on, .\. 4H 

notes on the Fragments, bv Hermann, 
A. 48 
Pipe Office. A book containing such 
custodye, lands, tenements, .tc. in charge 
in the Pipe Oflice, grunted to the Lord 
Treasurer (KVJO), in. 675 
accounts relating to, for the city of 
London, 2 — 14 Chas. I., iv. 55 
Piquet, rules for i)laying at, i. 282 
Pirkiieimeu, BiLiitALK. Vita a seipso 

scripta, in. 708 
Pisecius, Thomas. An doctrina Trinitatia 

sit mysterium, A'c, i. 303 
PissiKES, Georoius, eli rbv fukraiov /Sior, 
IV. 63 
i^ar)ixtpo^ -qo' r]paK\tidi, iv. 63 
(h Trjv Koj/xovpyiav, iv. 63 
Pus II., Pope. Oratio coram domino 
Calisto facta in obedientia, nomine 
Ca?saris, in. 218 
Epistolade miseria vitie curialis, in. 251 
Pirs v., Pope. Letter to Mary, Queen of 

Scots, I. 169 
Pl.\cita, I. 326. 330, iv. 451; in itinere, 
I. 305; apud Cautabrigiam, v. 458 
in Parliamento (Ed. I.), notes and ex- 
tracts from, n. 189 
mo<lus placitandi, i. 325. 326, n. 34 

(French) 
placitorum narrationes (Edw. I.), i. 329 
placitorum rotuli, transcripts from 
(Hen. VI.), I. 78 
PL-UiUE. Dieta pro sanitate corporis con- 
servanda contra morbum pestileutiaj 
(1382), in. 356 
Litter to the mavt)r of London on 

(8 Hen. IV. I. IV.' 18 
receipt for a perfume against, i. 386 
Planets. De influeutiis plauetarum, 
n. 117, ni. 212. 321 

' Pl.ANTA ARIIOREM,' II. 452 

Plantaiienkt, KunARP, account of, V. 429 
Platfaums, .Tohannks. Siuuma suiht 
Antidotariuin, i. 105 [r. Corr. v. 581], 
ni. 21 
Breviarium. n. 38. 278 
Liber simplicis mediciuip, n. 27*^, in. 21 
De Passioiiibtis et eurum curis (Prac- 
tica), in. 535, v. 5-<t; in English, 
I. 4.33 [v. Corr. v. 5ss) 
Tractatus de siiioco, sinoclia, causou, 
tertiana continua, v. 5S5 



122 



Platina. Dialogiis do vera nobilitate, 
III. 259 

Dialogiis contra amores, iii. 259 

Dialogiis de falso et vero bono, libb. 

1 and 2, in. 259 

Plato, iTri(7To\al, i. 224; els rhv Udva, 

I. -132 ; UpwTay6pas, extract from, i. 22-4 

Alcibiades. ^x^^'-'^ ^'"'^ (puvijs 'OXu/u.- 

TrioSwpov, III. 697 
Timaeiis. Chalcidii versio Latiua, 

II. 277 
notes on, by Dobree, A. G8. 77. 78 
Heruiauu, A. 51 
Porson, A. 79 
Eeiz, A. 51 
Platonis libri tres, ii. 452 
Plautcs. Comoediae, iv. 467 
notes on, by (Jreaves, A. 35 
Hermann, A. 41 
Euarus, A. 62 
Plestxgtox, EoBEitT DE, cbicf baron. 
Warrant to pay bis fee and pension, 
I. 140 
Plinics. Historia Natm-alis, i. 346 
notes on, A. 31 
notes on, by Casaubon, A. 30 

Eeiz, A. 53 
Principinm pbysicse, i. 347 
Liber illustriiini (Amx'lii Yictoris), 
I. 346 
Brevia annotatio do duobus Pliniis 
Verouensibus per JoLannem Mansio- 
narium, i. 347 
Plumbi, de emptione, i. 235 
Pluiuxities and Advowsons, readings on 

the statute of, i. 64 
Plctabch, Il6Tepoi' 4'^XV^ V ffci^uaTos... tran- 
script of, by Taylor, A. 9 
'Zvp.iToai.aKa., IV. 469 
de assentatoris et amici differentia 

(Lat.), a Guarino, iv. 4 
de futili loquacitate (Lat.), a J. Chris- 

topberson, i. 309 
De superstitiono (Lat.), a Cbeke, 
V. 575 
notes on, A. 17. 49 
notes on, by Casaubon, A. 59 
Dobree, A. 77 
Taylor, A. 4. 10 
additions to Eei.ske's index Grfficitatis, 
A. 51 
PocKLiNGTOK, JoHN, particulars concern- 
ing, V. 423 
PococK, Edward, Letter to Strype. v. In- 
dex, V. 153 

Letter to Scldon, v. 442 

' Eicuard, notes on bis luscriptionum 
liber, by Dobree, A. 67 
PoET.K Graci principes, notes on, by 
Eames, A. 3 
CasauUjn, A. 31 
Poetry, Anonymous: 

Anglo-Saxon. De injustis, m. 301 
De ilaccaba-is, m. 3G2 



Poetry, Anglo-Saxon {continued) : 

Exaltatio Saucta; Crucis, iii. 362 
English. Address to the Virgin, ii. 507 
Adultery, on, ii. 167. 407. 507 
' And as thy worde '... i. 285 
' And ye will please God gretly,' 1.289 
Apostles and Saints, lives of, v. 

Bakbouk, John. 
Arthur, on king, iii. 700 
Augustine, S., of Canterbury, on, 

II. 33 
Ballads, various, ii. 508 
Bason, story of a, ii. 507 
' Begone sueit nicht and I sail call 

the kj-ud,' V. 602 
Bellman's sound, the, in. 155 
Boke of Cortesey, ii. 168 
Bone Florence of Eome, le, ii. 408 
Carmen secundum ordinem Al^Dha- 

beti, i. e. Chaucer's A. B. C. q. v, 
' Cassamus roos after this talkynge,' 

II. 290 [v. Corr. v. 594] 
Chartiu- of Christ, the, ii. 33, 407, 

III. 429. 448 

• Chaunge not thi freend,' ii. 290 
Cheylde and hes step-dame, the, 

III 167 
Compleynt of God, the, ii. 406 
Consail and teichiug that the vys 

man gaif his sone, the, in. 561 
Creed the, in verse, in. 179 
' in Cruce sum pro te,' in. 294 

[('. Corr. V. 599] 
'Cupid qm shall I byt bot the,' 

V. 603 
Cushion plot, the, n. 285 
Destruction of Jerusalem, iv. 321 

[r. Corr. v. 605] 
Dicta sanctorum de virtute altaris 

et de fructu et effectu devotionis 

Missa;, in. 281 
Dictamcu vel lugnbre carmen terri- 

bilissimse mortis, n. 502 
Different temperaments, on, ii. 290 
Difficulty of choosing a profession, 

III. 294 . 
Diogenes and Alexander, iii, 294 

[v. Corr. V. 599] 
Directions to Parish Priests. 

' Womaus servyco thou must for- 
sake,' n. 506 
' Do way fore that may not awail- 

jhe,' V. 600 
Edmunde, S., n. 32 (Lydgato) 
Edward, King, and the shepherd, a 

tale of, II. 50() 
The eight tokeuys of mekeuess, 

II. 405 

Eucharist, a story on the, n. 508 
Explanation of the Mass. ' The 
wortliicst thyng mast of gudness,' 

III. 199 

Exi)OKitious on some of the Church 
festivals, ii. 508 



123 



PoETKY, English {continued) : 

' The fals fox caminc uiito oiiro 

croft,' 11. 1-2 
Fiftet'U tokeuya before the day of 

Dome, the, ii. 407 
Five boiMy wj-ttys, the, ii. 404 
Five giHistly wyttys, the, ii. 404 
Foly of fulys iind the thewis of wys 

lut'ii. the. III. 5(»1 
Frenioud, S.. ii. 32 (LydRate) 
Heuding, le livre de, in. 7 
History of our Lord. ' Ou Estenie- 

day in the davring,' i. 2 
Horns cast away, iii. 294 [c. Corr. 

V. o[)[)] 
How the goode man taught hys sone, 

II. 407. 
' I am the sevint I was the fj-ft of 

twelve,' V. C02 
Incestuous daughter, a tale respect- 
ing, II. oOG 
' In May when every herte is lyjt,' 

in. 173 
Just Judgment, ou, 'And therfor 

the lording is that lovedays wilo 

holde,' I. 5, 
KjTig and the barker, the, ii. 168 
Lady that was in dj-speyre, a good 

ensample of a, ii. 107 [r. Corr. 

V. 592 \ 407 
Lady and Thomas,a storyof the.ii.508 
Lament of Duchess Eleanor Cobhani 

of Gloucester, in. 294 
Lamentritiou of the Virgin, ii. 

407. 507 
Lavandres, a tretisc for, u. 290 
Lent, on, i. 5 
'Leve me love (luhilk rechis hot 

to dust,' v. 602 
Love verses and songs on all occa- 
sions, II. 183 
Markys of Meditaciouns, the, ii. 40(> 
Meditations at the celebration of 

Mass, III. 448 
Melchizedech and the Sacrament, 

ou. III. 281 
Memento homo, ii. 500 
Merchant and his son, a gode mater 

of, n. 407 
Merchant did his wife betray, how a, 

II. 407 
Merchants, story of two, in. 293 
Mirrour of vices and virtues, ii. 400 
Miscellaneous, ii. 124. 2S.3 
Mischance reigneth iu England, how, 

n. 289 
Moral rules, ii. 506 
Mortahty, on, in. 449 
Momiiing of the Hare, the, ii. 508 
Nightingale, the song of the, n. 507 
Nine virtues, a good lesson of, i. 5, 

11. 295, in. 449 
Parliament of Love, n. '287 [r. Corr. 

V. 593J 



roKTHY, T' 'Iniud): 

Va II. .VM'i; How ich 

C lin-<ti'ii iiiHU owe for to have a 
reuu-uibruncu of the rassioo, 

I. 4H2 

Pater uoster and Ave Maria, i. 482, 

in. .H08 
Pope [S. (lreg<iry L], and his mother, 

story of, in. 56."i 
Prognostication from the day of the 

week on which the year bi-giux. 

* A man that will of wisdom lere,' 

II. 507 

Prophecy in alliterative verse, iv. 18 
Proverbis of Salamon. the, n. 4iMj 
' Quhen feirce Achilles att the sego 

off Troyc,' v. 002 
• Quhen I say in my myud the lyff of 

all sorts,' V. 603 
' Quliat may be compared tuLx labour 

and luitT.' v. 603 
'Quhat giflf a day or a nycht or a 

jeir,' v. (M)3 
Quia amore langueo, in. 293 [r. Corr, 

v. 599J 
Katis raN-ing, in. 561 [r. Corr. v. 600] 
Kobert of Sicily, n. 408 
Kobin Hooil, a"tale of. n. 168. 508 
' Salamon sat and sayde many sawys,* 

III. 42 

Salutaciouu of our Lady, a, ii. 404 

Scrap-book, Poetical, i. 284 

' Sen in waist natur ua thingo mais,* 

V. 600 
' Sen so itt is that quho so ever tuik 

lyffe,' V. 602 
Seven deatUy sins, on the, ii. 167. 

288. 401. 506. 522, in. 450 
Seven Psalms, the, n. 404 
Seven virtues, ou the, u. 167. 404. 

552 
Seven werkia of mcrcl bodili, the, 

11. 404 
Seven werkia of merci gostli, the, 

11. 404 
Seven wise masters, the, i. '2o, 

II. 408 
Song of the three children, para- 
phrase of, 1. 2M0 
TabuJl of diverse moneths in tbo 

yeare, if thunder be heard, what 

it betokeiieth, ii. 500 
Ten commandments, ou the, n. 167. 

401. 522, in. 449 
Thewis of gud women, the, in. 561 
' Thyuko man ijwaro off thou art 

wrought,' III. 42 
Tolous. the Earle of, n. 107 
Tournament of Tottenham, n. '07 
Travel, a Pindariiiuo Ode, i. 2st; 
Tryamoure, Sjr, n. 407 
Twilve articles of the Beleve, 11. 401 
Twelve jtrotit.-^ tliat meu may get in 

suffering of boilily anger, 11. 405 



12i 



PoETBT, English (continued): 

' When Sunday gothe by D and C,' 

III. 508 
.1 French, du Boiinte des femmez, 
ui. 5 

' Chier frere, or oiez mareson,' iii. 520 
Chivalers, le ordre de, iii. 230 

[v. Corr. V. 598] 
Credo in Deum, Pater noster, Ave 

Maria, in. 5 
De amico ad amieam, and Eesponcio, 

III. 173 [French, English, and 

Latin] 
Dix-sept points que deivent estre en 

confession, in. 6 
les Enfantesces nostre Seignur, iii. 7 
' Li sage gens jadis este;sTit,' in. 230 
Le miracle de Sardenai, iv. 391 

[v. Corr. V. G05] 
Mercy, truth, justice, and peace. 

' De quatre sorurs vus voil dire,' 

III. 667 
la nature de home par sa naissance, 

III. 6 
On the first inhabitants of England, 

III. 23 

Prognostications from the day of the 

week on which Christmas falls, iii.S 
les Propretes des femmes, in. 8 
Proverbs, in. 1 
Quel vaut meuz a amer gentil clerc 

on chivaler, in. 7 
de les quinze signes devaimt le jour 

de jugement, in. 2 
Romaunce de Amour, in. 2 
liomaunce del Ave Maria, in. 3 
Komance, metrical, fragment of a, 

in. 2.30 
Septem Psalmi pcenitentias, in. 3 
Short poems in a Romance dialect, 

1.428 
Songs, four, i. 467 
Tristan and Iseult, fragment of, 

IV. 383 

Urbane curtois, in. 1 

Ymugo du Mounde, in. 4; fragment 

of, I. 8 
. Greek. Possibly by Athanasius of 

Mount Athos, i. 455 
anon. in. 59 
— — Latin, de Acerbissimis mails, 
in. 203 

Alphabeto, versus cujusdam Scoti de, 

in. 203 
altercatio corporis et animfc, ii. 267, 

in. 569, IV. 3H8 
ad angeloH, ut S. Joh. Bapt. parvu- 

Inm in eremo invisaiit, in. 533 
Apostolis, versus de sauctis, in. 434 
Aptationes veteris et novi Testa- 

menti, in. 679 
' Arbore sub quadam dictavit clericus 

Adam,' ii. 546 
de Bestiis et avibus, iv. 553 



Poetry, Latin (continued): 

Borgiffi Francisci Deliberatio de mun- 

do linquendo, in. 533 
'Ciesaris imperium per tempora 

longa latebit,' in. 234 
' Clerice dypticas lateri ne dempseris, 

imquam,' in. 203 
Colloquium Gabrielis et Virginis de 

lucaniatioue. in. 679 
Contra fures et latrones, n. 506 
' Cur muudus militat sub vana glo- 
ria,' with an English translation, 

IV. 299. i\ Benedictis, Jacobus de. 
Decern pra?cepta, rv. 389 
Dialogus de conflietu vitiorum et 

virtutum, ii. 268 
'Ecce dolet Aiiglia luctibus imbnta,' 

n. 268 [Printed in Wright's Poli- 
tical Songs, I. 279] 
de electione cujusdam de qua in 

fine defuit consensus, at S. Al- 

ban's, I. 470 
'Est homo res niira,' n. 269 
' Esto memor mortis,' ii. 268 
Events of Scripture History, in. 428 
Facetus, n. 516 
de festo Omnium Sanctorum, i. 474, 

ni. 203 
de Filomela, in. 203 
de fletu compunctionis, n. 268 
' Floreuti cespite campos,' iv. 13 
on God and nature, in. 705 
de gradibus humilitatis, n. 522 
' Grammata Niliacis cum prima de- 

dere papiris,' iv. 13 
' Hsee scriptura brevis vilis tibi non 

videatuv,' n. 307 
Hamone de quodam, i. 470 
' Heu doleo de te quoque non dis- 

cente,' n. 524 
' In mota lite mihi det procedere 

rite,' I. 473 
Irrisio cujusdam scholastic! contra 

Calvos, III. 203 
Jorbert seu Jorvert, versus de, in. 

704. 705 
Luminaria compilacio docens quid 

couti!ieturincai3ituli8Bibliffi,n.270 
Maxims, misciellaueous, ii. 269 
Dc Melchiscdcch et Sacramento Al- 

taris, in. 281 
' Mundi volo vanitatem,' i. 236 
Nereids, on the, &<•., ii. 45 
Nomina arbonun, in. 307 
Nummus ubique regnat et imperat, 

in. 307 
de Officio ecclesiastico, in. 180 
de omnibus ordinibus honiiTnim in 

hoc uiiserabili sciculo, n. 269 
Ad Pandoram ut pyxidem fatalem 

claudat, in. 533 
de Passione Salvatoris, in. 234 
Paternoster, Credo, Te Deum, <fec., 

in. 204 



12.') 



Poetry, Latin (conlinufd): 
IMin'nix. on tlw, ii. 454 
' PivnitcaH cito pei'cator, cum sit 

niisfrator,' iv. ;i')8 
Pro qiiiliusclam falsis imiHlicatoiibiis, 

I. 476 
Projniosticntidii fn^m tlio day of tlin 

woek on whicliCliristnias falls,ii.5(l7 
Prof^iiostications on tbuntler, in. 308 
Provorbia. iii. 17 
ynerinionia ile i)riore Cautuaiiensi, 

I. 470 

Saws, collfotion of, ii. ;)'22 

' Scotia phiiiKi' quia periit tiia gloria 

eara,' ii. 424 
' Sit mibi talis arnica velim,' in. 706 
'Yiri veiicrabiles sacerdotes Dei,' 

II. 268, IV. 863* 

'Vita mori voluit ne vivero mors 

potuisset,' IV. 389 
'Vos qui concnpiscitis statum ves- 

triim scire,' ii. 268 
Votum telluris ad uascentem Chris- 
tum, III. o83 

Ancient Scottish, iv. 94; Prophecy 

in. III. .560 
P(ENiTENTi.E taxata) secundum canones, 

III. 448 
PcEMiTESTi.vRUM liber, III. 180 
PoGGio, letters to and from, in. 46 

Orationes, epistolje, etc., in. 244 — 248 

[r. Corr. v. 599] 
De nobilitate vera, ii. 481 
De avaritia, n. 482 
Poitiers, names of the Bishops of, in. 53 
PoL, CocNT DE St. Direction as to his 

ransom by Richard II., i. 119 
PoL.\ND, Stephi:n B.iiTTnoRi, kinf; of. Ne- 
gotiations with Queen Elizabeth for 
freedom of trading, i. H65 — :5t)9 
Memoriale in causa omnium... ab ec- 
clesia Catholica llomana in Polonia 
dissidentium, iv. 526 
Pole, Cardinal. Oration in Parliament, 
Nov. 1554, V. 268; Faculty granted by, 
V. 396; Letters to Cambridge, v. 396. 
5.52. 553; to Sir E. Hastings, v. 573 
status familia* cardinalis Poli, v, 32 ; 
instructions to the Bishops, v. 36; 
commission of, v. 37. 294 
PoLiAco, Johannes de. Sententia aposto- 

lica adversus ejus errores, in. 409 
Policrates, Letter to Victor, extract from, 

III. 435 
Pollux, Julius, Notes on, by Casaubon, 

A. 36 
Polo, Marco. De conditionibus et con- 
suetudinibus Orientaliuni regionum, 1.22 
Historia Tartarorum, i. 338 
PoLONUs, Martinus. Chronica, i. 17, 

n. 344, in. 407 
PoLYBius, ex lib. vi'". (Lat.), ii. 173; Extr. 
from Grimeston's translation, i. 249 
notes on, by Casaubon, A. 30 



PoMPoNAzzo, Pietro, Do nutura animic 

buinana', i. 4H1 
I'oMi'ONus L.ETus. De urbis niagistrati- 
bus, in. 318 
Antiiiuarum legnm urbis Ilomn) li- 
belhis, in. 3lK 
PoMi-oNius Mela, Collation of a MS. of, 
A. 57 
notes on. by Casaubon, A. 35 
PoMi'.M Amiir.k, n. 35 
PoNDKUA Medicinalia, IV. 299 
DE PoNDERiRus et meusurih, i. 325. 422, 
II. 53. 524, in. 185. 710; Statuta, 
T. 540, n. 4. 7 
PoNTEFiucT Castle. Historj- of the siegea 
in 1644, 1645, with other notes, n. 458 
[r. Corr. v. 595] 
PoNTHus. Le livre du vaillant Clievalier 
I'onthns (verse), n. 429; (prose), in, 284 
PoNTn-KALE. Ely, IV. 25; of John Russell, 
Bp. of Lincoln, iv. 200; Salisburj-, 
n. 513; Winchester, n. 24; York, n. .509 
Poole, Mr. Considerations on his design 
for registering of illustrious providences, 
I. 168 [v. Corr. v. 585], iv. 531 
Letters on this, i. 158. 168 
Pooley, Giles. Letter to Strj-pe. r. In. 

dex, V. 153 
Popes. Pontificura Epistolae et Canones, 
I. 10 
De potestate papali et regali, iv. 129 
De vitis pontificum Romanorum usque 

ad Calixtum II., in. 646 
Liber de gestis suuunorum Pontificum, 

extr. from, i. 526 
Treutise against the Supremacy of the 

Pope, I. 532 
Act restraining the payment of annates 
to the Bp. of Rome and of the selecting 
and consecrating Abps. and Bps., 

IV. 444 

Pope's Essay on man, strictures on, 

IV. 430 
PopHAM, Sir John (Chief Justice). Read- 
ing on stat. 23 Hen. VIII. on sewers, 
I. 256 
Letter to Sir T. Lambert, i. 256 
Letter to the mayor of Cambridge, 

V. 257 

PoRPinRT. ^K Twv ' kvTi6xov Oriffavpwv, 
TTfpl Tov yvlvai naO' ^xotrrof ^nai/rii/ 
TTolov l^wSioy... IV. 66 
Grammatical treatise (Greek) from, 

I. 222 
de Universalibus cum coinmentario 
(Greek), iv. 465 
PoRSON, Richard. Addenda to the index 
of authors quoted by the Scholiast on 
AjioUonius Rhodius, A. 65. 70 
Notes on Cicero, A. 79 

Etyniologicum magnum, A. 79 
Euripides, A. 45 
Eustatbius, A. 79 
Gregorius Coriuthus, .\. 79 



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PoKSOS, EicH.VRD (continued): 
Notes on Herodotus, A. 79 
Hesycliius, A. 79 
Isffius, A. 77 
Ma?ris, A. 79 
Plato, A. 79 
Siiidas, A. 79 
Timanis, A. 79 
notes on his works by Dobree, A.73.75.76 
Catalogue of the reserved portion of 
his Ubraiy bv Dobree, A. 68 

of his MSS. dravm up at Mc 

Inlay"s, A. 80 

■ of his -works in chronological 

order, A. 80 

■ of books of Dobree -with his 

notes, A. 80 
PoKTEE, Ekdtmion, Icttcrs of, T. 407 
PoRTirs, JoHANXES Martinus. Oratio 
habita in Acadeniia Marpurgeusi, i. 303 

SiMox. De humana mente dispu- 

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on our Lord's History (French), 

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Greek, fragments of, i. 359. 412 
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Trxyejis (continued): 

manual of, in French, i. 546 
miscellaneous, iii. 180. 534 
devout and godly, made of the Pater- 
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on the seven words of our Lord on the 

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Preacher, duties of a, in. 182 
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ordinance for the precedency of all 
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question as to, n. 73 
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Of grants, warrants, and letters that 

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Predestination. An essay of God's good- 
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Thkodouus. Libri tres, in. 83 

Prodis, Triictatusi ilo, ii. IKJ 
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IV. By 
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de tonitruo, in. 5 
Prohibitions, oflicial circular on the grant- 
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abuses to be reformed in granting, 
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PROPHEciEf, collection of, in. 169 

on English and Scotch History, ii. 252 
for 1570—1580, iv. 283 
fragment of an English Prophecy, iv. 18 
PEOs.fi, I. 475 

super Psalmos, iii. 429 
DE Prosodia (Vers.), iv. 523 
Prosper, S. CathoUcse confutationes, 
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Chronicon, ii. 333 
Epigrammata super dicta S. Augustini, 

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Epigi-ammata, ii. 273 
Epistola ad Eufinum contra Pelagianos, 

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Epistola ad Rufinum contra Pelagianos 
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Epistola ad Rufinum contra Pelagianos 
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Epistola ad Rufinum contra obtreeta- 
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Epistola ad S. Augustinum, i. 331 

Exhortatio ad uxorem, in. 202 (by 
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Liber sententianim ex S. Augnstino, 

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De niimculo (iiiiiujue panum, i. 212 ; 
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De symbolo, ii. 293 
On Exod. xvi. 12, in. 16 
1 Kings ii. 28, ii. 259 
Ciuit. vi. 9, II. 259 
Isaia. ix. 2, ii. 292 

xxxii. 17, I. 429 
Lament, i. 1, ii. 43 
Hos. xiii. 14, ii. 524 
Zech. ix. 9, i. 523 
Baruch iii. 34, ii. 259 
Sap. X. 10, III. 16 
S. Matt. V. 13, I. 544 

xi. 28 (French), iii. 729 

xii. 58 (Portuguese), [i;. Corr. 

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S. John i. 1, III. 182 

V. 39, I. 438 

XV. 16, III. 16 

xvi. 23, I. 244 

Eom. xiii. 12, i. 499 
1 Cor. iii. 12, iii. 719 

xiii. 13, I. 244 

Gal. iv. 4, 5, i. 522 
Eph. V. 8, I. 244 

1 Tim. vi. 3, i. 532 

2 Tim. i. 8, ii. 439 
Bev. V. 1, II. 54 
Kev. xii. 1, i. 527 

abstracts of, ii. 336 

heads of, i. 215. 217. 531, ii. 524 

notes of, I. 299. 307. 313. 318. 406. 

485. 487. 525. 528, iv. 402. 545 
fragment of a, in. 170 
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Benedictionale. 

BREVIARIUil. 

DiURNALE. 

EVANOELISTARIUM. 

H0R.E. 

HvMNARIUil. 

Manoale. 

MiSSALE. 

Passionale. 
Passionaeixjm, 
pontificvle. 
Processionals. 
Prymer. 
psalterium. 
Sanctorale. 
Sequentiabius. 
Sequektiakum expositio. 
(Greek), v. Greek Church Ser- 

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Sethus, Simeon, vepl rpocpQv SwdfKus, 

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Seton, j)edigrec of the House of, i, 166 
Seven Wise Masters, The, i. 25, n. 408; 

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Severus. fxfXeraL, i. 451. 452 
Sewers, Stat. 23 Hen. VUI. cap. 5, read- 
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Sevmour, Sir Francis. Speech in Parha- 

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similar letter to Th. de la Berc, 

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order to pay arrears of a certain pen- 
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Shakespeare, notes on, by Zachary Grey, 

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Shaep, John (Abp. of York). Letter to 
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Sharps, John. Quodlibeta doctoris sub- 

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Sheldon, Gilbert (Abp. of Canterbury). 
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Letter to the dean and chapter of 
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Letter to Bancroft, v. 388 
Letter declining the Chancellorship of 
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Sherland, Mr. Speech on the impeach- 
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Sherlock, Thomas. Letter to Dr Cross 
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strictures on a book of his, v. 182 
V. CovEL, John, correspondence of. 

William. Letter to Bancroft, v. 477 

Shervill, Mr. Censure, i. 466, v. 444 
Sherwood forest, keeper of, royal letters 

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Ship money, instructions addressed to the 
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Letters respecting the levying in Nor- 
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copy of verses (Feb. 1634) occasioned 
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arguments of counsel and judges in 
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488. 489, IV. 46. 445 
the king's letter to the judges and the 
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Ship money (continited) : 

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Shipping. Calendar of those lost at sea or 
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names of such ships as served against 

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articles of agreement for building a 

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Shippox, suney of the manor of, i. 340 
SuRcwsBCUY, charter of Henry YIII. to, 
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Dames of the villages within the fran- 
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Shcte, Dr, notes of sermons by, 

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Henry. Letter to Strj'pe. v. In- 
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Robert, letter of, v. 311 

Sibber, Richari), hfe of, by Zachary Cat- 

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Sicily. Liber regise monarchiae regni 
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Extracts from various authors on the 

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Breve compendium rerum Sicanarum 

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Chronica renim Sicanarum a Federico 
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SiciLT, Robert of. A jioom, ii. 408 
SirroK, .lo., exul lioliemus. Letter to 

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answer of Bp. Parkhurst, ii. 64 

Sir Philip. The Countess of 

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Ai-istoteles de Poetica, A. 24 
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Cicero, A. 9. 23 
Cornelius Nepos, A. 16 
Demosthenes, A. 16 
Epigrauimata GrfEca, A. 25 
Euripides, A. 10 
Grammarians, Greek and Roman, 

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Herodotus, A. 10 
Hierocles, A. 23 
Homer, A. 4. 8 
Horace, A. 4. 14 
Jus Civile, A. 7 
Justiniani lustitutioncs, A. 14 
Juvenal, i. 334, A. 1. 8 
Longinus, A. 22 
Lyciu'gus, A. 15 
Lysias, A. 5. 10 
Meursius, .Tlschyhts, Sojjhoclea and 

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MiscelLmeous authors, A. 20 
Mceris, A. 7 

No^au^l Testamentum, A. 13 
Persiiis, i. 334, A. 1 
Plutarch, A. 4. 10 
Roman Law, A. 8 
Servius Marius Honoratus de pedi- 

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Sophocles, A. 6. 7. 14. 24 
Suidas, A. 3 

Taylor's elements of civil Law, A. 14 
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Tlieocritus, A. 22 
Victorinus de Orthogiaphia, A. 25 
Xenophon, A. 48 
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Taylor, A. 8. 16. 25 
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vita Suetonii, 1. 184 
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Tewivesbury Abbey, missal formerly be- 
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Hermann, A. 49 
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Valckenaer, A. 49 
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traetatus ordinc Alpliabctico, iii. 355 
do natiiris An^joloruiii, iii. ()71 
traetatus do Aiiima, iii. S-18 
traetatus do l^ajitisnio, in. 1 
traetatus do Boatitudinil>us, in. 333 
notabilia de Cantu, iii. 512 
verba ad excitaudum Compuuctioncm, 

III. 718 
de Confessione, r. Confessiox. 
traetatus super 1 Cor. ix. 2, in. 175 
traetatus de Creatis, in. fi41 
de criruiuibus simoniacis et de aliis 

ecclesiiB regiilis, in. 171 
Cur omnes non susteutautur a Christo, 

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traetatus de Deo et Angelo et homine, 

III. 455 

ad destrucndiun snperbiam, &c., ii. 297 

quid est Deus, in. 349 

traetatus de variis dictis Domiiii iu 

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de die judicii, iv. 394 
disciplina pugnandi contra hostes, 

IV. 13 

de diversis notabilibus, ii. 298 

notabilia diversorum doctonim, iv. 103 

' Doleutor refero,' n. 299 

de Domiuieis diebus, iv. 392 

de dupliei oratione, n. 298 

de poena coinmuuicautium excoinmu- 

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de exercitio spudtuali sacerdotibus, 

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figurffi Bibliffi secundum Alpliabeti 

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II. 299 

de ignorantia sacerdotum, iii. 496 
nota de indulgentiis et remissionibus, 

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de integritate pauitentije, ii. 544 
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730, IV. 31)1 *. 389 
Mercy, trutb, justice and peace, an 

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182. 219. 517. 644. 645 
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de I'acis ceclesiastica? procuranda; mc- 

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de I'aradisi gaudiis, ni. 4 
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Paternoster. Credo, Ave Maria, &e. (in 

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de pa^nitentia, n. 539, in. 310, 

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de ptrnitentia, de matrimonio, et de 

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de pti'nitentia, de verbo Domini et 

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de pontifieis officio, ii. 307 

collatio priTccptorum et exhortationum 

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summa bona de arte predicandi, 

m. 511 
traetatus de arte praedicandi, in. 411, 

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contra rcliogosos de austeritate reli- 

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remedia contra iram alienam, &c., 

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revelatio notabilis valde... in. 733 
de ritibus ecclesiae, &c. , ii. 413 
de officio saeerdotis, i. 244, in. 569 
de sacerdotum dignitate, i. 479 
de Sacrameutis, in. 329. 414, iv. 361*. 

389 
de quibusdam casibus qua? possiuit 

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de sapientia Dei, ii. 544 
in laudem sapientire, iii. 671 
de scparatione ^arorum ecclesiastico- 

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de speeulatione Dei, in. 357 
do spiritalibus, ii. 9 
de spiritualibus medieiuis, in. 499 
de substantia interiori, in. 414 
summa Theologiio, in. 528 
do tribus symboli.H, in. 640 
contra temptationes et tribulationes 

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de Sancta Trinitate, ii. 309, in. 415 
de utilitate visionis Corporis Christi, 

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144 



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IV. :MV.i* 
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de vitiis et \-irtutibus, i. 541, ii. 336. 

491, III. 223 
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\iridarimu cousolatiouis de virtutibus 

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TTTofttrrinaTa (^ e^rjyriffii) «s rb trpicTOv 

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Whiteway, W. a common-plaee book, 

I. 466 
Whitfield, John. Letters to S. Knight, 

V. 186 
Whitgift, John (Abp. of Canterbury) : 
Apocalypse, lectures on the, ii. 403 
articles published by (1584), v. 131 
reasons for subscribing to these, 

V. 131 
benefactions to Peter House, v. 34 
catalogue of books given to Trinity 

College by, v. 90 
epistola Archiepiscopo Gnesnensi [t.<. 

of Gnesen in Poland", i. 368 
faculty granted to, by the University to 

preach, v. 137. 195 
letter for contributions for Geneva, 

V. 354 
letters to and from various persons, 

V. 103. 108. 131. 200—204. 256. 297. 

309. 366. .391. 397. 398. 401. 520. 

526. 535. 536 
MSS. of. in Trinity College, v. 103 



152 



■Whitgift, John (continued) : 

orders for the better iucrease of learu- 

ing in the inferior miuisters, v. 324 
ordinance touching Eastbridge hos- 
pital, V. 34 
Theses, ii. 291 
Death of. letter of Abp. Hutton on, 

V. 104 
Life of, by Bp. Wren, v. 131 
notes concerning, v. 35. 8o. 128. 131. 132 
portraits of, on, v. 94. 96 
r. Cam BRIDGE, University of, under Peter 
House and Trinity College; Hutton, 
Matthew. 
Whitley, manor of, warrant for a jury to 
emiuire whether it were held of the 
king in capite, i. 141 
Whittlese.\, notes respecting, v. 30(5 
WniTTLESFORD, uotes respecting, v. 306 
Whittleswood forest, perambulation of, 

II. 4 
Whole duty of Man, particulars con- 
cerning the author of, i. 157, v. 426 
WicKHAM church appropriated to Colue 

priory, v. 525 
WiCKHAM, William, Bp. of Lincoln. Let- 
ters respecting King's College, v. 544 
WiCKLE (Northampton), licence to William 
Vavasour to enfeoff certain persons in 
the manor of, i. Ill 
WiDDOWES, Daniel. Natural Philosophy, 
or a description of the world, &c., iii. 19 
Wife : case and opinion on the power of a 

wife to dispose of property, v. 177 

Wight, Isle of, letter to the Sheriff of 

Southampton to surcease execution of 

writs in, while the inhabitants are 

guarding against a French invasion,!. 146 

Sur\-ey of the manors and tenements 

belonging to Queen Elizabeth, Oct. 

1583, III. 676 

WioMORE, Gilbert. Letter to "WTieelock, 

1.75 
WiLBRAHAM, LiTTLE, notes respecting, 

V. 294. 306. 525 
WiLBCRTON, extracts from the Kegister of 

the parish clmrch of, v. 453 
Wn.i.F.NBEUfi, .Jehome (of Golberg). De 

moralibuB virtutibus epitome, i. 281 
WiLLELMUH Meldunensis. Deflorationes 

ex hbris beati Gregorii Papae, iii. 424 
William I. The names of chevytaynes 
that came with him, iii. 703, iv. 102 
LcH leys e les custumes ke li reys 
Willamo establit en Engleterre ii. 1 

III. Letters patent of, appointing 

a commiss^ion for promoting to Church 
preferment, iv. 435 
upeech of, v. 402 

amendments of the Lords to the hill 
for ({ranting an aid to, with the 
ComrnonB' reasons against them 
(17(Ki). V. 572 
pocma in obitnm, iv. 404 



William the Lion, king of Scotland. 
Statuta, II. 131 

De diseordia inter eum et Hugonem 
Duuelmensem Episcopum, iv. 319 
William and the Werwolf, glossary to, 

V. 189 
Williams, Edward (Vicar of Tarring). 
Letters to Strj-pe. v. Index, v. 158 
John, Bp. of Chichester. Let- 
ters to Strype. v. Index, v. 158 

John (Bp. of Lincoln, Abp. of 



York), notes of cases tried before him in 

Chancery, 1622—1623, iii. 474 

speech of, appointing a day for the 

Commons to choose a Speaker (1623), 

I. 202 

Letter to the king on resigning the 

great seal, iii. 36 
Letter to king Charles I., iii. 36, 

IV. 284 
decree of the Star Chamber against 

(1637), II. 23 
censure of the priory council upon 

(1637), II. 23 
speech in the chancery, 1621, v. 185 
letters to and from S. John's College, 
T. 265—267 

J. (Steward of Tarring). Letters 

to Stiype. V. Index, v. 158 
— — Philip, collections of, v. 398. 403 
Kebe.cca. Letter to Strj'pe. v. In- 
dex, v. 158 

EoGER, additions to Elton's life of, 



V. 576 

Theophilus. Letters to Strype. 



V. Index, v. 158 

Thomas. Journal of a voyage to 

and travels in Spain, i. 316 
Williams or Essex. Balaam's asse, 

I. 188, III. 543 
Williamson, Sir Egbert, Letter to 

Strype. v. Index, v. 158 
Willis, Browne. Letters to Strype. v. 
Index, V. 158 
letter with lists of Bishops' wills, 
V. 288 
Willoughby, Dr, letters between the 
■ Earl of Leicester and Bp. Parkhurst 

respecting his dei^rivation, ii. 63 
Wills, list of Bishojis' wills from Lam- 
beth, beginning 1300, v. 288 
several relating to Cambridge, ii. 430 
modus ordinandi et scribendi Testa- 

menta, iv. 118 
nova constitutio quantum solvi debeat 
pro probatione Testamentorum, 
III. 421 
readings on the statutes respecting, 

III. 267 
extracts from the Calendar in the 
Prerogative Office from 1660 to 1713, 
with directions where to find certain 
wills, V. 347 
from the University Eegister, v. 536 



153 



Wii.r.s of 

Arroyde, Ambrose, v. 242 
Ailiiioml, Jo., V. 323 
Adiuiis, Thorn., V. oil 
Adtini. Win., B.C.L., v. 537 
Aldrich, Fnvncis, Master of Sixl. 

Sus., V. 23.S. 527 
Alien, Jo. , V. 240 
Allen, Wm., v. 51G 
AUot, Edw., V. 241 
Allot, Rob., V. 242 
Alvey, Hen., v. 240 
Amcotts, Piiul, V. 541 
Aninu>nias, Andrew, v. 164 
Anderton, Hob., v. 540 
An^'uish, lli., v. 239 
Argeutein, Jo., v. 393 
Ashton, Mr, v. 538 
Ashton, Peter, v. 242 
Attwood, Ki. , V. 430 
Aungier, Jo., v. 240 
Ayuesworth. Olyver, v. 540 
Ayscogh, Rob., v. 417 
Ayscough, Wm. (Bishop of Salis- 
bury), V. 417 
Babiugton, Humphrey, v, 249 
Bagge, Wm. , v. 244 
Baiiibrig. Thom., v. 243. 250 
Baker, Wm., v. 430 
Baldwin, Wm., v. 24» 
Ball, Sam. (Christ's), v. 241 
Ball, Sam. (Pet.), v. 250 
Bamburgh, Rob., v. 254 
Bancroft, Ri. (Abp.), v. 347 — 
Bardware, Thom., v. 540 
Barker, Cireg., v. 540 
Barker, Rob., v. 537 
Barnarde, Jo., v. 541 
Barrowe, Isaac, M.D., v. 238 
Bartun, Leonard, v. 539 
Barysford, Thom. , v. 538 
Barwell, Edm., v. 238 
Bawdrye, Thorn., v. 538 
Bayles, Rob., v. 239 
Bayubrigge, Cuthbert, v. 239 
Baynton, Ds, v. 539 
Beale, Amy, v. 240 
Beaumont, Jos., v. 24S 
Beck, Sam., v. 250 
Becke, Wm., v. 241 
Bedham, Jo., v. 254 
Beecher, Wm., v. 243 
Bell, Jo., V. 539 
Bemownto, George, v. 540 
Beuett, Jo., v. 254 
Beningworth, Hugh, v. 541 
Berford, Wm., v. 448 
Bernys, Jo., v. 538 
Beveridge, Wm. (Bishop), v. 401 
Blackamoiir, Rob., v. 537 
Blanks, Wm., v. 24r> 
Blnraefield, Jo., v. 242 
Blyth, Jo. , V. 239 
Bljihe, Ei., v. 250 



Wii.r.s of (rnntiiiiir<T) : -Jf 

Blythe, RugiT, V. 510 
BJldero, ImIiu., v. 217 
Boorne, Wm., v. 237 
Borede, Jo., v. 537 
Boswell, Thom., v. 241 
Botylsham, Jo. de, v. 501 
Boughton, Jo., V. 249 
Bowghe, Wm., v. 540 
Brackeubury, Pierce, v. 248 
Brady, Rob., v. 249 
Branthwaite, Wm., v. 239 
Brattell, Dan., v. 249 
Breton, Jo., v. 24(i 
Breynans, Peter, v. 537 
Bridgmau, Sir F., v. 509 
Bromley, Roger, v. 538 
Brooke, Eulk, Lord, v. 433 
Brooke, Sam., v. 240 
Brooke, Thom. (Beuct), v. 239 
Brooke, Thom. (Bedellj, v. 240 
Brown, Jo., v. 538 
Browne, Jo., v. 537 
Brow-ne, Thom., v. 250 
Bruton, Wm., v. 538 
Bryan, Ri., v. 248 
Buck, Thom., v. 245 
Buckingliam, Edmund Sheffield, Duko 

of, V. 401 
Buckmaster, Wm., v. 540 
Burbauke, Thom., v. 541 
Burgh, Katerine de, v. 417 
Burgoyn, Rob., v. 537 
Burgo}Ti, Wm., v. 502 
Burreil, Hen. , iv. 368* 
Burton, Wm., v. 239 
Bmv, Hen., i. 252 
Butterfeild, Swithune, v. 238 
Bvgrave, Walter, v. 541 
Caius, Thom., v. 522 
Cambridge, Jo. de, v. 253 
Carke. Rob., v. 538 
Carr, Jo., v. 246 
Case, Jo., V. 249 
CasteU, Edw., v. 248 
Catcher, Edw., v. 240 
Challoner, Jacob, v. 240 
Chek, Agues, v. 540 
Cbek, Peter, v. 539 
Chestrefeld, Thom., v. 449 
Chetwood, Jo., v. 429 
Christopherson, Jo. (Bishop), v. 252. 

564 
Clarke, Hen., v. 541 
Clarke, Rob., v. 246 
Clarebolt, Peter, v. 320 
Clerke, Nat., v. 244 
Clerke, Wm., v. 244 
Clyftou, Rob., V. 533 
Coates, Ba., v. 242 
Cob, Thom., v. 540 
Cobbe, Step., v. 254 
Coker, Thom., v. 237 
Colet, Jo., V. 189 



154 



Wrixs of (continueiD : 
Colfer, Fra., v. 246 
Colier, TLom., v. 537 
Collier, Thorn., v. 244 
tV.llius, Jo. (Chr.), v. 239 
Collins, Jo. (Job.). V. 241 
Collins, Sam., v. 243 
Coh-QS, Jo., V. 537 
Cooke, Sir Thorn., v. 444 
Cooke^ Thorn., v. 246 
Cooke, Wm., v. 250 
Copland, Jo. , V. 537 
Cordell, Thorn., v. 238 
Cotworth, Jo., V. 539 
Cowell, Jo., V. 238 
Crane, Jo., it. 306, v. 220 
Crofts, Ki., V. 244 
Crome, Walter, v. 253 
Crompton, Wm., v. 244 
Cropley, Thorn., v. 238 
Croslaud, Theod., v. 245 
Croslev, Hen., v. 538 
Crouch, Thom., v. 247 
Daffttorth, Thom., v. 254 
Damlet, Hugh, v. 253 
Dane, Mar(,'aret, iv. 359 
Davers, Jer., v. 239 
Da\7X"s, Thom. (Bishop of St Asaph,) 

V. 22(! 
Davy, Mr, v. 540 
Day, Thom., v. 248 
Dekinson, Ri., v. 541 
Dent, Peter, v. 248 
Denton, James, i. 56 
DUliugham, Theoph., v. 247 
Dobson, Isaac, v. 247 
Dod, Jo., V. 241 
Donewich, Jo. de, v. 417 
Ducket, Lionel], v. 238 
Dunmowe, Ri., v. 417 
Duport, Jo., V. 239 
Durrant, Thom. , v. 239 
Dyllocke, Hen., v. 541 
Edmonds, Jo., v. 540 
Edwards, DaWd, v. 540 
Ellys, Jo., V. 250 
Eyland, Hen., v. 541 
FaRius, Paul, v. 127. 541 
Fabbe, Jo., v. 537 
Faucouborge, Hen., v. 225 
Fflton, Jo., V. 246 
Feme, Hen. , v. 245 
Field, Jo., V. 245 
Firebrace, Hen., v. 250 
Fletcher, Ri., v. 238 
Fof>ke, Edw., v, 538 
Fowlbery, Geo., v. 539 
Fowlfcr, Is., V. 244 
Fowltr, Thom., v. 247 
FojHby, Jo., V. 537 
Franiini;ham, Wm., v. 539 
Freeman, Edw., v. 271 
FHllx^unic, Wm., v. 305 
Fuller, Wm. (Bp. of Lincohi), v. 574 



Wills of {co7itimied) : 
Furtho, Jo., V. 240 
Gager, Wm., v. 239 
Garuette, Wm., v. 254 
Gaytou, Eoh., i. 14 
Gibson, Chas., v. 246 
Glauvill, Jo., V. 248 
Goche, Barnabe, v. 240 
Godbald, Hen., v. 539 
Goldfinch, Thom., v. 240 
Goodman, Godfi'ey {Bp. of Gloucester), 

V. 471 
Gostliu, Jo., V. 240. 296 
Gostling, Hen., v. 246 
Gostling. Thom., v. 243 
Gould, Wm., V. 248 
Green, Oliver, v. 240 
Greene, Wm., v. 253 
Grene, Ri., v. 252 
Griffith, Geo., v. 248 
Grimbaldson, Wm., v. 360 
Grimstou, Thom., v. 237 
Gunning, Peter (Bp. of Ely), iv. 542 
Gwin, Owen, v. 2-11 
Gyll, Leon., v. 540 
Gylpin, Jo. , v. 539 
Haeumbleyn, Rob., v. 427 
Hale, Jo., V. 316 
Halford, Ei., v. 253 
Hall, Ant., v. 541 
Hall, James, v. 542 
Hall, Step., V. 244 
Harrison, Wm., v. 241 
Hartley, Thom., v. 542 
Haspyse, Reynold, v. 539 
Hatcher, Jo., M.I)., iv. 372* 
Heame, Thom., v. 453 
Helperlye, Thom., v. 541 
Henry VII. , v. 392. 508 
Henry VIIL, i. 386, iii. 85 
Heme, Sam., v. 238 
Heron, Sam., v. 243 
Heryson, Mr, v. 538 
Herryson, Ri., v. 540 
Heterset, Thom., v. 348. 417 
Hicson, Sam., v. 242 
HiU, Thom., v. 244 
Hilles, Jo., V. 240 
Hitcham, Sir Rob., v. 169 
Hodge, Mr, v. 539 
Holbech, Thom. , v. 247 
Holland, Wm., v. 237 
Honeywood, Mich., iv. 370 
Hopton, Wm., v. 538 
Hotchkin, Wm., v. 240 
HotersaU, Jo., v. 254 
Hudson, Ri., v. 254 
Himckes, Jo., v. 539 
Hunt, Jo., V. 253 
Hutchinson, Theoph,, v, 241 
Hutton, Tim., v. 242 
Huyme, Jo., v. 539 
Jackson, Jas., v. 248 
Jackson, Wm., v. 248 



155 



WiM.8 of (roritinui'd): 
James, Heu., v. KiS 
Jaxon, Chr., v. 538 
Jciikts, Hon., V. 251 
Jenkin, Hob., v. 301) 
Johnson, Arthur, v. 238 
Johnson, Jo., v. 241 
Juxon, Wni. (Archbp.), v. 390 
Keuipo, Ethv., v. 210 
Kinaston, Frns., v. 213 
King, Edw., v. 212 
King, Kob., v. 246 
Kingston, Jo., v. 215 
Kvddall, Brian, v. 537 
Kyngo, Ki., v. 320 
Kytbalde, Benedict, v. 510 
KujTet, Sir Thorn. , v. 31G 
Lambert, Rob., v. 439 
Lane, Eob., v. 211 
Lauy, Benjamin (Bp)., v. 330 
Landesdale, Eob., v. 237 
Langton, Jas. , v. 448 
Lcgge, Thorn., v. 237 
Lewes, Elj-uor, v. 254 
Lewis, Wm., v. 248 
Love, Ei., V. 238 
Lownde, Jo., v. 537 
Lightwin, Jo., v. 430 
Lister, Lawrence, v. 537 
Lucas, Eob. v. 252 
Lj-nnett, Wm., v. 249 
Lychefeld, Wm., v. 164 
Lynton, Thorn, de, v. 393 
Lynton, Wm., v. 254 
Lyon, Edm., v. 237 
Macany, Johanna, v. 253 
Machin, Jo., v. 215 
Mansell, Jo., v. 240 
Mansell, Mary, v. 241 
Maplesden, Peter, v. 240 
Mapletoft, Eob., v. 246 
Margaret, Lady, iv. 367 
Markaunt, Thorn., v. 291 
Marshall, Ant., v. 217 
Mary Queen of Scots, i. 170, v. 439 
Marys, Jo., v. 538 
Martin, Wm., v. 538 
Matham, Jo., v. 542 
Mathews, Edm., v. 248 
Maj'field, Owen, v. 453 
Mede, Jos., v. 242 
Mennall, Eob., v. 537 
Mere, Jo., v. 542 
Meredall, Anne, v. 254 
Metcalf, Eob., v. 243 
Midford, Bertram, v. 239 
Moptid, Lawr., v. 542 
Moore, Edw., v. 539 
Mordeu, Wm., v. 247 
Morloy, Eob., v. 538 
Morton, Jo., v. 417 
Morton, Thom., v. 417 
Morjs, Thorn., v. 417 
Mobs, Eob., v. 430 



Wiu.s of {ronthiucd): 

Mountstephcn, Edm., v. 273 
Mowtlowe, Hen., v. 211 
Moyle, Eob., v. 250 
Mnlcaster, Chris., v. 542 
Muiiday, Jo., v. 211 
IMyddylinore, Jo., 448 
Kaylor, Jo., v. 250 
Nevill, Clement, v. 248 
Nevill, Thom., v. 238 
Newconie, Ei., v. 430 
Newcomc, Thom., v. 240 
Newel, Jo., v. 512 
Nicliols, Jo., V. 213 
Nidd, .Jo., V. 244 
Noy, Wm., i. 467, v. 326. 444 
Oclv, Thom., V. 539 
Oldham, Ei., v. 219 
Owsley, Mary, i. 401 
Page, Hen., v. 537 
Parr, Hen., v. 541 
Parry, Ei., v. 239 
Pashley, Wm., v. 250 
Patrick, Jo., v. 191 
Pawlmer, Jo., v. 540 
Pearson, Matthew, v. 44G 
Peele, Thom., v. 217 
Peirse, Martin, v. 213 
Peirse, Step., v. 238 
Pendreth, Chas., v. 214 
Peunynge, Wm., v. 218 
Perkins, Wm., v. 237 
Peipoynte, Edm., v. 512 
Petyt," Wm., iv. 370. 373 
Pickard, Ei., v. 538 
Pickerell, Jo., v. 539 
Porter, Geo., v. 211 
Porter, Wm., v. 510 
Preist, Jo., v. 244 
Probv, Dr., v. 332 
Proby, Sir Thom., v. 332 
Pm-gold, Jo., V. 538 
Pyckerynge, Eob., v. 541 
Pylson, Thom., v. 540 
Quarles, Eob., v. 214 
Quarles, Wm., v. 246 
Eanisey, Lady Mary, v. 419 
Eandoiph, Thom., v. 239 
Eavenger, Jo., v. 417 
Eayne, Sir Eic, v. 401 
Eede, Thom., v. 537 
Eedmayne, Wra., v. 541 
fieson, Ames, v. 538 
Reson, Eob., v. 538 
Eeynolds, Eic, v. 538- 
Bidding, Amins, v. 245 
Riddinge, Ei., v. 240 
Eichardson, Jo., v. 239 
Eobarts, Jo., v. 245 
Eobius, Fra., v. 270 
Eobinson, Jo., v. 216 
Robynson, Wm., v. 540- 
Rome, Jo., v. 417 
Roper, Jo., v. 541 



156 



Wills of {continued): 
liose, C'liris., V. 301 
liutLerham, Thorn. (Archbp.), v. 372 
Rush, Sam., v. 245 
Rutlauil, Paul, v. 539 
Eychard, Ryehard, v. 254 
RvcLardsou, Sir Romane, v. 531> 
Salt, Jo., V. 542 
Sidter, Jo., v. 253 
Saudcroft, Win., v. 241 
Sandys, Sir Edw., v. 340 
Sandys, Edwin (Archbp.), v. 135- 
Sammes, Wm., v. 246 
Sargeaunt, Jo., v. 537 
Sawndersou, Hen., v. 540 
Saj-Nvell, Wm., v. 250 
Scales, Roger, v. 4S4 
Seamier, Edm. (Bp. of Norwich), v. 574 
Scott, Rob., V. 249 
Scrivener. Mat. , v. 248 
Sen George, Wm., v. 53& 
Seutuarj-, Jo., v. 538 
Shargell, Simon, v. 53? 
Shaxton, Bp., v. 541 
Sheriugham, Robert, v. 247 
Sherwood, Wm., v. 462 
Sitwell, Thom., iv. 371 
Sixtin, Jo., V. lOi 
Skarlett, Jo., v. 537 
Skelman, Wm., v. 826 
Skynnar, Hen., v. 538 
Smith, Geo., v. 241 
Smith, Jo. (Magd.), v. 242 
Smith, Jo. (Qu.), v. 244 
Smith, Thom., v. 245 
Smithson, Jo., v. 241 
Smyth, Hen., v. 243 
Smyth, Ri. (of Harpolt), in. 30 
Smyth, Ri. (Trin. Hull), v, 538 
Smyth, Rob., v. 539 
Smythe, Thom., v. 539 
Soresbie, Roger, v. 540 
South, Thom., v. 252 
Sownde, Wm., v. 540 
Spell, Thom., v. 242 
Spencer, Jo., v. 249 
Spondon, Hen. de, v. 252 
Staubanke, Ri., v. 538 
Stanhope, Sir Edw., v. 252. 564. 565 
Stanton, Hervey of, v. 343. 563 
Stavert, George, v. 538 
Staverton, Johanne, v. 254 
Stejihyns, Jo., v. 253 
Ste\-yiiHon, Alan, v. 5.37 
Stevynnon, Wm., v. 538 
StiUington, Jos., v. 250 
StokcH, Thom., v. 254 
SU^kyfl, Matthew (Bedell), v. 251. 430 
SUjkyH, Matthew (Cai.), v. 241 
Htfiwo, Thom., V. 254 
" ■ y, Thom., IV. 370 

AgntK, V. 239 
Siul)ljH, Jo., V. 537 
Sutttll, Jo., V. 537 



Wills of (contimied): 

Swayn, Godfrey, v. 538 
Swayn, Thom., v. 538 
Sympson, Jo., v. 541 
SwjTiborue, Rob., v. 539 
Swyubiu-ue, Rowland, v. 542 
Sycling, Jo., v, 537 
Taucred, Christ., iv. 373 
Tayler, Jo., v. 540 
Thornbrowgh, AVm., v. 320 
Thoruey, Roger, v. 530 
Thorpe, Jo. de, v. 305 
Thorpe, Sir R. de, iii. 147, v. 557 
Tiudiill, Humfrey, v. 238 
Torner, Rob., v. 253 
Tool, Jo., V. 254 
Toiilson, Hellen, v. 237 
Towers, Frances, v. 273 
Traiip, Mrs, v. 522 
Truman, Dr, v. 538 
Tuustall, Reiuold, v. 253 
Twyar, Nic, v. 538 
Ughtred, Anthony, v. 539 
Urmston, Jam., v. 539 
Vaysy, Jo., v. 540 
Veesy, Heu., v. 537 
Yyncent, Jo., v. 542 
Wake, Thom., v. 244 
Wakefield, Wm., V. 248 
Walles, Jo., V. 539 
Walsyngham, Thom., v. 417 
Waltham, Wm. de, v. 417 
Ward, Sam., v. 242 
Warkworth, Jo., v. 500. 517 
Washington, Godfrey, v. 430 
Watson, .To., v. 541 
Watson, Thom., v. 540 
Weldon, Maude, v. 254 
Welles, Rob., v. 240 
Wells, Wm., V. 246 
Wendy, Sir Thom., v. 300 
West, Ben., v. 245 
W^estwrav, Thom., v. 541 
Whalley,' Thom., v. 242 
Wheelock, Abraham, v. 245 
Whitgrave, Walter, v. 238 
Whogan, Philip, v. 539 
Widdriugton, Ra. , v. 248 
Widyr, Roger, v. 537 
Wilbye, Jonas, v. 239 
Williams, Lewys, v. 538 
Willow, Ri., V. 539 
Winterbmiie, Wm., v. 243 
Wiseman, Jo., v. 239 
Withers, Rob., iv. 370 
Wolfe, Michael, v. 238 
Wood, Anthony, v. 439 
Wood, Wm., V. 538 
Woodward, Dr, v. 373 
Worlech, Wm., v. 240 
Worthington, Gilbert, v. 252 
Worthington, Jo., v. 472 
Worts, Wm., v. 250, 339 
Wragg, Nic. , v. 246 



i:.7 



Wn.i.s of {ciintimifd) : 
Wmy, Hon., v. 1('.4 
Wvor, .!(>., V. T)!! 
Wykhiim, Wiu. (Bp. of Winchester), 

V. 454 
Wyllis, Nat., v. 245 
Wylsou. Geo., V. 540 
Wylu','lil)y. Briim, v. 417 
Yiito, Dauii'l, V. 24(5 
Yonge, Jo., v. 1(>4 
TViLU'iuiiiY, FiiANcis. Letter to Cromwell, 

V. 4(H) 
WiLMET, J., Adversaria, v. 570 
Wilson, Henry. Letter to Sti-j^ie. v. In- 
dex, V. 158 
Dr. Letter to Parkburst on a com- 
mission for the punishment of offenders, 
II. 62 
letters on Parklmrst's epigrams, n. 64 
Arthur, memoirs of, v. 180; diii- 



logiie between a justice of the peace 
and a councellour, v. 178 
Essay on Ps. ciii. 14. v. 180; notes on 
Scriptures, letters by. itc, v. 180 
Wiltshire, rentals of various manors in, 

II. 75 

"Wimbledon, Edmund Cecil, Viscomit, de- 
scription of bis voyage to Calais, ii. 12.^ 
Charge delivered against, by the Earl 
of Essex and !) other Colonels, 
respecting the Calais voyage, and 
bis answer, ii. 49. 124, iii. 19t) 
WiMPOLE, fundatio cantariie de, v. 318 ; 
question of the right of presentation to, 
V. 484 • 
Winch, Sir Humphrey. Reports of capes 
in the Common Bench, 19 — 22 Jas. I., 

III. 491 

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Decretum ' quid parochiani invenire 
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ordinance of Edward IV. respecting the 
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Windsor, Con?tabln of (Ilelinyng Leget). 
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treaty of (1522), notes, &c. on, 

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Winifred's Well: descriptio a Johanue 

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notes by Baker on the Athenre Oxo- 
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158 



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extracts from his almanack, v. 242 
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account of Mr Horrox, v. 531 
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account of his lives of Grindall and 

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letters to Sancroft, v. 386 
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paper of intelligence sent to, 24 Sept., 

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thanks of the Cambridge Senate to, 

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notes respecting, v. 307 
r. V. 219 



Wright, Ann, experience of God's gra- 
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Love of Jesus, ii. 503. 537 
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Of mekenesse, ii. 503 
A treatise of patience, ii. 503. 536 
The poor caitiff's treatise, ii. 536. 547 
De quffistiouibus variis contra clerum, 

II. 510 

Tracts on having the Scriptures in the 

vulgar tongue, iii. 524 
Sermons on the Epistles and Gospels 

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Commentary in English on S. Luke, 

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? Sermons on the Gospels through the 

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A short tretis of temptation, ii. 503. 

536 
Discourse in the style of, on 2 S. Pet. 

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proclamation against, v. 384 
letter of Lewis respecting, iv. 410 
Wykeham, William of, Ortus et vita, by 
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will of, V. 454 
Wymondham, cell of, extracts from the re- 
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William de, physician to Eichard 

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Wyntershulle, Willlui: registnim de 
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Wyttenbach, Daniel, notes on Eunapius, 
A. 29 



159 



Wtvtllk, Peter (Bisliop of Exttor). 
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KmiKUT (Bishop of Salisbiirj). Let- 
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(1337J, I. 31)7 



Xenophon. fli 'Ayrja-iXaov iyKw/iiov, i. 220 
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The choice of Hercules by Prodiciis 
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Apologia iu Latinum conversa. i. 534 
Tyrauuus, ex versione Leouanli Areti- 

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Dialogue between Hiero and Simonides, 
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510 
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Hermann, A. 51. 52 
Taylor, A. 4. 8 



Y.vRDLEY, AsPREW. Lcttcr to Strype. v. 

Index, V. 159 
Yakmouth, warrant to the bailiffs to do 
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warrant to execute the king's writ 

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directions for a collection through Nor- 
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II. 67 
letter of Bishop Parkhurst to the bai- 
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names of the bailiffs of, from 5 Hen. 
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Yder, Eom.^nz du reis, II. 136 
Year Books. 1 — 47 Hen. III., extracts 
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Edwardl., i. 329 [r.Corr. v. 587], ii. 264 
Edward II., in. 273, ii. 416; cases 
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2—7, I. 410 
2—13, n. 341 
3—18, III. 197 
Edward III., in. 273 
1—10, III. 182 
1—11, IV. 132 
1—36, III. 268 
5—9, II. 41 
15—20, III. 268 
20—45, IV. 132 
21, III. 271 

25 (Extr. from), n. 178 
31, in. 271 



Year Books, Edward III. {continued) : 
3H, I. 33 
39-45, in. 260 
40 — 15, in. 192 
40—46, in. 269 
40—50, I. 481 

44, II. 41 

45, III. 275 
Richard II., 2, in. 270 

II, n. 41 

Hcmy lY.. 3—14, in. 192 

3. 11, in. 271. 275 

7, 8, cases from, iv. 132 

in. 273 
Henrj' v., 1.5.9, in. 192, 1, 2. 5, in. 271 

2, in. 270 

9, IV. 314 

III. 273 

Henry YI., 1. 2. 7. 10, n. 41 
2, IV. 314 
1. 2. 19, III. 271 
2—9, in. 192 
22, III. 271 
39, in. 275 
Edward IV., 12, in. 273 
Alphabetical digest of law points in, 
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160 



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Zeno, Tragoedia, iii. 533 

Zesobius. Adngia Grceconim, notes on, by 
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ZoDUCK, Notes on the signs of the, 
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ZoNARAS. iraKaiQv ndw Xi^euv ffvvaywyfj, 
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Annals of, translated by Lady Wen- 
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letter from the ministers of, concerning 

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letter from the canton in favour of the 
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Collation of the numbers by tvhich the MSS. have been men- 
tioned in printed lists, with the 2)resent shelf-marks. 



I. Tlie first printed catalofciie is in the Ecloga Oxonio-Cantabrifciensis of Thomas 
James, Loud. 1(U)0, wliich givis the MSS. from 1 to 259. The MS. Supplement to 
James, now classed as Oo. vii. 59, goes from 260 to 494. This is given below. 

II. Morland's Catalogiie of his Waldeusian MSS. was given in his " Historj- of the 
Evangeheal Churches of the valleys of Piedmont," Lond. 1658. They are classed from 
A to X. This is given below. 

III. The Oriental MSS., formerly belonging to Erpenius, are given in the " Manes 
Erpeuiani," 1(}26. For the collation of these numbers see the Catalogue of Oriental 
MSS. 

IV. The Oxford Catalogue of 1697 reprints James's Catalogue, gives a Ust of the 
MSS. of Erpenius, and gives the Catalogue of the MSS. formerly belonging to Bp, 
Moore. These are numbered from 1 to 830. This is given below. 



I. Collation of James's numbers and the present shelf -marks. 



1. Kk. II. 20 

2. Dd. VIII. 5 

3. li. II. 19 

4. Kk. II. 15 

5. Kk. II. 19 

6. = 433 

7. Kk. VI. 29 

8. Kk. I. 29 

9. li. I. 35 

10. Ff. IV. 32 

11. Ff. IV. 37 

12. Ff. IV. 8 

13. Kk. II. 5 

14. Kk. II. 14 

15. Ff. IV. 6 

16. li. III. 2 

17. Kk. II. 4 

18. Kk. 11.12 

19. Kk. II. 2 

20. Kk. II. 3 

21. Dd. VII. 5 

22. Dd. XIII. 6 

23. Dd. VII. 15 

24. Dd. VII. 16 

25. Dd. I. 29 

26. Kk. II. 1 

27. Kk. IV. 16 

28. Kk. IV. 6 

29. Kk. I. 13 

30. Ff. IV. 7 
31. 

32. Kk. IV. 19 

33. Kk. II. 11 



34'. Ff. IV. 38 

35. Kk. II. 10 

36. Kk. IV. 4 

37. Kk. IV. 17 

38. Dd. \^II. 8 

39. Kk. IV. 15 

40. Kk. IV. 14 

41. Kk. I. 14 

42. Ff. IV. 1 

43. Ff. III. ]3 

44. Cig. TX. 15 

45. Ff. III. 21 

46. Ff. III. 22 

47. Ff. III. 23 

48. li. IV. 24 

49. li. IV. 21 

50. li. IV. 28 

51. LI. V. 13 

52. = 66 

53. li. IV. 25 

54. Dd. I. 32 
55. 

Ff. III. 18 
Ff. III. 24 
5H. Kk. II. 18 

59. Ff. III. 25 

60. Ff. IV. 11 

61. Ff. III. 26 

62. Ff. III. 27 

63. Ff. III. 14 

64. Ff. II. 41 

65. (Jr. IV. 24 

66. Ff. III. 15 



56. 

57. 



67 

68 
69 



Dd. I. 31 
Ff. IV. 39 

70. Ff. V. 12 

71. Gg. IV. 5 

72. Gg. IV. 5 

73. Dd. XIII. 4 

74. li. III. 13 

75. li. III. 4 

76. li. III. 21 

77. li. III. 15 

78. li. II. 30 
7i). li. III. 14 

80. Dd. VIII. 10 

81. Dd. VII. 13 

82. Dd. VII. 17 

83. Dd. VII. 12 

84. Dd. VII. 18 

85. Dd. VIII. 11 

86. Dd. I. 12 

87. Dd. VII. 21 

88. Dd. VII. 19 

89. Dd. viL 20 

90. li. II. 8 

91. = 3.30 

92. li. in. 19 
9.'i. Dd. XIII. 2 

94. Dd. I. 28 

95. li. II. 9 
96. 

97. Kk. III. 29 

98. Kk. I. 27 

99. Kk. IV. 27 

11 



1G2 



100. 


Klf. m. 20 


164. 


Kk. IV. 21 


228. 


Dd. vii. 9 


101. 


Kk. HI. 21 


165. 


Kk. IV. 22 


229. 


Dd. vii. 10 


1(1-2. 


Kk. IV. 7 


166. 


Kk. III. 27 


230. 


Dd. vii. 11 


1(13. 


li. II. 1 


167. 


Kk. HI. 28 


231. 


Dd. VII. 4 


104. 


Kk. IV. 1 


168. 


Kk. III. 24 


232. 


li. III. 25 


105. 


Kk. IV. 2 


169. 


Kk. III. 26 


233. 


Dd. VIII. 16 


106. 


li. II. 10 


170. 


li. IV. 37 


234. 


Dd. VIII. 17 


107. 


li. 11. 21 


171. 


li. 11. 15 


235. 


Dd. 1. 10 


108. 


Kk. IV. 5 


172. 


li. IV. 38 


236. 


Dd. 1. 11 


109. 


li. III. 30 


173. 


li. IV. 8 


237. 


Dd. 11. 5 


110. 


li. III. 31 


174. 


Kk. IV. 8 


238. 


li. 11. 24 


111. 


li. III. 32 


175. 


li. IV. 17 


239. 


li. 11. 18 


112. 


Kk. 111. 22 


176. 


Kk. IV. 23 


240. 


Gg. III. 28 


113. 


li. II. 20 


177. 


li. 111. 9 


241. 


Kk. III. 18 


114. 


li. III. 29 


178. 


li. III. 9 


242. 


li. IV. 6 


115. 


li. IV. 10 


179. 


li. III. 10 


243. 


Ff. 1. 24 


lie. 


li. III. 28 


180. 




244. 


Ff. 1. 25 


117. 


Kk. III. 19 


ISl. 


Ee. VI. 11 


245. 


Ff. I. 25 


118. 


Kk. IV. 20 


182. 


li. IV. 20 


246. 


Ff. 1. 26 


119. 


Kk. I. 24 


183. 




247. 


Ff. I. 27 


120. 


Kk. III. 25 


184. 


Dd. xiii. 5 


248. 


Ff. I. 28 


121. 


li. III. 33 


185. 


Kk. IV. 3 


249. 


Ff. I. 29 


122. 


li. 11. 31 


186. 


li. 11. 2 


250. 


Ff. I. 30 


123. 


li. III. 16 


187. 


li. 11. 6 


251. 


Ff. 1. 31 


124. 


li. IV. 12 


188. 


li. in. 1 


252. 


li. 11. 3 


125. 


li. IV. 13 


189. 


Kk. 111. 23 


253. 


li. 11. 4 


120. 


li. IV. 14 


190. 


Kk. IV. 26 


254. 


li. II. 23 


127. 


li. IV. 15 


191. 




255. 


li. 11. 11 


128. 


li. 1. 24 


192. 


li. 11. 22 


256. 


Ff. I. 23 


129. 


li. I. 18 


193. 


li. 11. 28 


257. 


Nn. 11. 41 


130. 


li. 1. 19 


194. 


li. 111. 24 


258. 


= 350 


131. 


li. 1. 20 


195. 


Kk. 11. 22 


259. 


= 459 


132. 


li. 1. 21 


196. 


Kk. 11. 21 


260. 


li. I. 27 


133. 


li. I. 22 


197. 


Kk. 11. 13 


261. 


li. 1. 16 


134. 


= 372 


198. 


li. 11. 25 


262. 


li. I. 17 


135. 


li. I. 23 


199. 


li. 11. 26 


263. 


li. I. 1 


136. 


li. I. 25 


200. 


li. 11. 27 


264. 


Ee. 1. 22 


137. 


li. I. 26 


201. 


li. 11. 13 


265. 


Ee. 1. 24 


138. 




202. 


Dd. viii. 6 


266. 


li. 1. 6 


139. 


li. IV. 31 


203. 


li. IV. 23 


267. 


li. 1. 13 


140. 


li. IV. 5 


204. 


li. 1. 28 


268. 


li. 1. 14 


141. 


li. IV. 36 


205. 


li. IV. 29 


209. 


li. 1. 3, 4 


142. 


Ee. 1. 23 


206. 


li. 111. 11 


270. 


li. I. 12 


143. 




207. 


li. IV. 34 


271. 


li. 1. 15 


144. 


li. IV. 18 


208. 


Kk. IV. 24 


272. 


li. IV. 32 


145. 


li. IV. 19 


209. 


li. III. 18 


273. 


li. IV. 7 


146. 


Ee. I. 25 


210. 


li. 111. 7 


274. 


li. IV. 16 


147, 




211. 


li. IV. 1 


275. 


li. IV. 11 


148. 


li. II. 29 


212. 


li. IV. 2 


276. 


Kk. IV. 25 


149. 


li. II. 5 


213. 


li. IV. 3 


277. 


li. I. 2 


150. 


n. II. 17 


214. 


li. IV. 35 


278. 


li. IV. 26 


151. 




215. 


li. 1. 29 


279. 


li. IV. 27 


152. 


li. 11. 7 


216. 


li. I. 30 


280. 


li. 111. 17 


153. 


li. III. 22 


217. 




281. 


li. 111. 12 


154. 


11. III. 23 


218. 


li. I. 31 


282. 


li. IV. 30 


155. 


li. III. 6 


219. 


li. I. 32 


283. 


li. IV. 4 


i.=;6. 


li. II. 16 


220. 


li. IV. 22 


284. 


Ff. IV. 12 


157. 


Kk. IV. 9 


221. 


Dd. VIII. 7 


285. 


Ff. IV. 13 


158. 


Kk. IV. 10 


222. 


Dd. I. 30 


286. 


Ff. III. 3 


159. 


Kk. IV. 18 


223. 


Dd. VII. 1, 2 


287. 


Ff. 111. 4 


160. 


Kk. IV. 11 


224. 


li. III. 3 


288. 


Ff. III. 5 


161. 


Kk. IV. 12 


225. 


Dd. VII. 3 


289. 


Ff. III. 6 


162 


Kk. IV. 13 


220. 


Dd. VII. 7 


290. 


Ff. III. 1 


163 


li. II. 14 


227. 


Dd. VII. 8 


291. 


Ff. III. 2 



1G3 



292. 


Ff. III. 30 


356. 


Ff. VI. 2 


420. 


Kk. VI. 47 


2;»3. 


Ff. n. 40 


357. 


Ff. V. 48 


421. 


Kk. VI. 48 


2'Jl. 


(}«. IV. 25 


358. 


Kk. VI. 26 


422. 


(ig. I. 18 


2<)5. 


Ff. in. 7 


359. 


Ee. VI. 10 


423. 


(ig. I. 19 


2Ut). 


Ff. III. 8 


360. 


Kk. II. 6 


424. 


Hh. I. 5 


297. 


Ff. III. 9 


361. 


Kk. II. 7 


425. 


Hh. I. 6 


291^. 


Ff. III. 20 


362. 


Kk. I. 22 


426. 


tig. I. 20 


299. 


G'y. IV. 18 


363. 


Kk. I. 23 


427. 


Hh. I. 7 


300. 


Ff. IV. 9 


364. 


Hh. I. 14 


428. 


Hh. I. 8 


301. 


C;k. IV. 28 


365. 


(Jg. V. 24 


429. 


Hh. I. 9 


302. 


Gg. IV. 26 


36(;. 


Ff. IV. 44 


430. 


Ee. VI. 33 


303. 


Ff. IV. 10 


367. 


(ig. III. 21 


431. 


li. I. 7 


304. 


Ff. III. 10 


368. 


Ff. IV. 45 


432. 


Ee. VI. 34 


305. 


Ff. IV. 31 


369. 


Ff. IV. 46 


433. 


Ee. VI. 35 


30(5. 


Ff. III. 11 


370. 


Ff. ^^. 1 


434. 


Ee. VI. 36 


307. 


li. III. 27 


371. 


Ff. VI. 13 


435. 


Ee. VI. 37 


308. 


li. III. 26 


372. 


Ff. VI. 14 


436. 


Ee. VI. 38 


309. 


li. II. 12 


373. 


Ff. VI. 15 


437. 


Ee. VI. 39 


310. 


li. III. 20 


374. 


Ff. VI. 16 


438. 


Ee. VI. 40 


311. 


Kk. I. 12 


375. 


Ff. VI. 17 


439. 


Ee. VI. 41 


312. 


Kk. I. 17 


376. 


Ff. VI. 18 


440. 


Mm. VI. 15 


313. 


Kk. I. 16 


377. 


Kk. VI. 14 


441. 




314. 


Ff. IV. 5 


378. 


Kk. VI. 15 


442. 


Ff. VI. 11 


315. 


Kk. I. 15 


379. 


Kk. VI. 8 


443. 


Ff. VI. 12 


316. 


Kk. I. 20 


380. 


Kk. VI. 16 


444. 


li. VI. 20 


317. 


Kk. I. 18 


381. 


Kk. VI. 17 


445. 


Ff. VI. 50 


318. 


Kk. I. 19 


382. 


Kk. VI. 18 


446. 


Ff. VI. 52 


319. 


Ff. IV. 4 


383. 


Ff. VI. 24 


447. 


Ff. VI. 53 


320. 




384. 


Ff. VI. 27 


448. 


Ff. VI. 54 


321. 


Kk. I. 21 


385. 


Ff. VI. 28 


449. 


li. III. 8 


322. 


Kk. I. 1 


386. 


Ff. VI. 21 


450. 


Kk. I. 3 


323. 


li. I. 41 


387. 


Kk. VI. 19 


451. 


li. III. 5 


324. 


Kk. I. 28 


388. 


Kk. VI. 20 


452. 


Kk. I. 4 


325. 


Mm. V. 4 


389. 


Kk. VI. 21 


453. 


Kk. I. 5 


326. 


Mm. III. 9 


390. 


Kk. VI. 46 


454. 


Kk. I. 8 


327. 


Dd. I. 4 


391. 


Gg. IV. 16 


455. 


Kk. I. 6 


328. 


Del. I. 21 


392. 


Ff. IV. 40 


456. 


li. IV. 33 


329. 


Dd. VIII. 12 


393. 


Gg. IV. 17 


457. 


Kk. I. 7 


330. 


Dd. VIII. 13 


394. 


Ff. IV. 41 


458. 


li. I. 36 


331. 


Dd. VIII. 14 


395. 


Ff. IV. 42 


459. 


Hh. I. 10 


332. 


Dd. VIII. 15 


396. 


Ff. IV. 43 


460. 


Hh. I. 11 


333. 


Dd. XIII. 3 


397. 


Gg. IV. 32 


461. 


Hh. I. 12 


334. 


Dd. II. 7 


398. 


Gg. IV. 33 


462. 


Gg. I. 34 


335. 


Ff. III. 19 


399. 


Gg. I. 27 


463. 


Mm. VI. 4 


330. 


Ff. HI. 28 


400. 


Gg. I. 21 


464. 


^Im. VI. 5 


337. 


Ff. m. 29 


401. 


Gg. I. 22 


465. 


Ff. VI. 33 


338. 


Kk. II. 8 


402. 


Gg. I. 23 


466. 


Ff. VI. 34 


3.39. 


(Jg. IV. 27 


403. 


Hb. I. 2 


467. 


Ff. VI. 55 


340. 


Kk. I. 25 


404. 


Hh. I. 3 


468. 


Kk. I. 2 


341. 


Kk. I. 26 


405. 


Hh. I. 4 


469. 


Kk. I. 9 


.342. 


ICk. II. 9 


406. 


Gg. I. 24 


470. 


Kk. I. 10 


343. 


Gg. IV. 29 


407. 


(ig. I. 25 


471. 


Kk. I. 11 


344. 


Gg. IV. 30 


408. 


(ig. I. 26 


472. 


Mm. V. 34 


345. 


Gg. IV. 31 


409. 


Ee. VI. 23 


473. 


Ff. I. 11 


346. 


li. I. 37 


410. 


Ee. VI. 26 


474. 


(ig. I. 13 


347. 


li. I. .38 


411. 


Ee. VI. 27 


475. 


Ff. I. 12 


348. 


li. I. 39 


412. 


Ee. VI. 28 


476. 


Ff. I. 13 


349. 


li. I. 40 


413. 


Ee. VI. 29 


477. 


Ff. I. 14 


350. 


li. I. 33 


414. 


Ee. VI. 30 


478. 


Ff. I. 15 


351. 


li. I. 34 


415. 


Ee. VI. 31 


479. 


Ff. I. 16 


352. 


Gg. V. 34 


416. 


Ee. VI. 32 


480. 


Ff. I. 17 


353. 


Gg. V. 35 


417. 


Ff. VI. 19 


481. 


Ff. I. 18 


354. 


LI. V. 21 


418. 


Ff. Aa. 20 


482. 


Hh. I. 13 


355. 


Ff. V. 47 


419. 


Ff. VI. 45-49 


483. 


Ff. I. 19 



164 



484. Gg. I. 30 

485. Ff. I. 20 

486. Gg. I. 31 

487. Gg. I. 32 



488. Gg. I. 33 

489. Ee. VI. 20 

490. Ee. VI. 7 

491. Mm. VI. 7 



492. Ff. VI. 35 

493. Ff. VI. 36 

494. Ff. VI. 51 



A. Dd. XV. 29 

B. Dil. XV. 30 

C. Dd. XV. 31 

D. Dd. XV. 32 

E. Dd. XV. 33 

F. Dd. XV. 34 

G. Dd. III. 25 
H. Dd. III. 26 



II. Slorland. 

I. Dd. III. 27 
K. Dd. III. 28 
L. Dd. III. 29 
M. Dd. III. 30 
N. Dd. III. 31 
O. Dd. III. 32 
P. Dd. III. 33 



Q. Dd. HI. 34 
E. Dd. III. 35 
S. 

T. Dd. III. 36 
V. Dd. HI. 37 
W. Dd. III. 38 
X. 



I"\'. Collation of the numbers by which the Moore MSS. are mentioned in the Oxford 
Catalogue o/1697, u-ith the present shelf -marks. 



1. Dd. I. 14 

2. Ee. IV. 28 

3. Gg. VI. 15 
4. 

5. Gg. I. 3 

6. Dd. XV. 15 

7. Dd. XV. 13 

8. Dd. X. 32 

9. Dd. III. 53 

10. Dd. III. 51 

11. Ee. V. 4 

12. Ee. IV. 29 

13. Hh. VI. 15 

14. Dd. IX. 69 

15. Mm. V. 21 

16. Mm. V. 19 

17. Mm. III. 13 

18. Dd. II. 21 
19. 

20. Dd. vin. 23 

21. Dd. XV. 21 

22. li. VI. 1 

23. Mm. V. 16 

24. Mm. V. 14 

25. Mm. II. 5 

26. Dd. I. 25 

27. Gg. III. 84 

28. Mm. III. 20 

29. Dd. VIII. 18 

30. Mm. V. 20 

31. Dd. V. 53 
32. 

33. Ee. IV. .30 
.34. Dd. VIII. 49 
3.5. Ee. IV. 31 

36. Ee. III. m 

37. Ee. IV. 32 

38. Ff. VI. 8 

39. Gg. I. 7 

40. Gg. IV. 12 

41. Mm. V. 35 



42. Ee. V. 13 

43. Ee. III. 56 

44. Dd. VIII. 2 

45. Ee. III. 51 

46. Mm. III. 14 

47. Ee. V. 15 

48. Dd. I. 20 

49. Ee. III. 52 

50. Mm. HI. 4 

51. Mm. II. 7 

52. Mm. II. 8 

53. Gg. III. 32 

54. Mm. V. 31 

55. Ee. V. 32 

56. Gg. IV. 10 

57. Ff. VI. 25 

58. Ee. V. 14 

59. Ee. IV. 20 

60. Ff. I. 6 

61. Ee. IV. 26 

62. Dd. VIII. 50 

63. Mm. V. 36 

64. Ee. III. 53 

65. Ee. IV. 25 

66. Ee. I. 20 

67. Ee. V. 11 

68. Mm. V. 28 

69. Ee. V. 16 

70. Mm. II. 9 

71. Ee. IV. 24 

72. Gg. III. .33 

73. Mm. V. 32 

74. Mm. II. 18 

75. Ee. HI. 58 

76. Mm. V. 33 

77. Ee. IV. 23 

78. Dd. I. 7 

79. Dd. I. 8 
m. Mm. III. 16 

81. Dd. I. 6 

82. Gg. IV. 11 



83. 

84. 
85, 
86. 
87. 
88. 
89. 

90. 

91. 

92. 

93. 

94. 

95. 

96. 

97. 

98. 

99. 
100. 
101. 
102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
110. 
111. 
112. 
113. 
114. 
115. 
116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
121. 
122. 



li. VI. 23 
Ee. III. 50 
Dd. XV. 19 
Mm. III. 2 
Dd. III. 86 
Gg. V. 37 
Ee. III. 55 
Ee. III. 54 
Ee. IV. 22 
Mm. V. 29 
Mm. V. 30 
Mm. II. 20 
Gg. I. 11 
Gg. III. 31 
Dd. I. 5 
Ee. IV. 35 
li. VI. 40 
Dd. XV. 18 
li. VI. 36 
LI. I. 14 
Dd. IV. 56 
Ee. II. 20 
Ee. II. 28 
Ee. I. 4 
Hh. VI. 14 
Ff. I. 21 
Ee. II. 23 
Dd. IV. 25 
Ee. II. 32 
Ee. II. 9 
Dd. II. 26 
LI. I. 10 
LI. I. 18 
Mm. I. 25 
Ee. VI. 6 
li. VI. 8 
Gg. VI. 28 
Ee. II. 3 
Mm. I. 3 
LI. I. 13 
li. VI. 7 



105 



123. 


Ee. I. 14 


186. 


li. VI. 4 


250. 




124. 


Ee. IV. 37 


187. 


Mm. I. 15 


251. 


Dd. III. 16 


125. 


Eo. II. 34 


188. 


Kk. VI. 12 


252. 


LI. I. 12 


ll'fi. 


li. Yi. 39 


189. 


li. VI. 38 


253. 


li. VI. 33 


127. 


li. VI. 19 


190. 


Ee. II. 17 


2". I. 




12M. 


Ee. II. 30 


191. 


LI. V. 18 


255. 




129. 


Ee. VI. 5 


192. 


Kk. VI. 2 


256. 


Ee. II. 27 


130. 


li. VI. 26 


193. 


LI. I. 11 


257. 


LI. I. 7 


131. 


Clg. VI. 42 


194. 




258. 


Dd. IV. 54 


132. 


Ff. II. 22 


195. 


Dd. XI. 45 


2.-)9. 




133. 


Kk. VI. 28 


196. 


Ee. I. 13 


260. 


Ee. V. 23 


134. 


Dd. XV. 17 


197. 


Ec. VI. 15 


2(;i. 


Gg. VI. 5 


13o. 


Cig, VI. 44 


19H. 


Kk. VI. 10 


262. 


Ff. VI. 9 


130. 


Hh. VI. 13 


199. 


li. VI. 43 


263. 


Gg. VI. 11 


137. 


Gg. I. 6 


200. 


li. VI. 34 


264. 


Gg. VI. 26 


138. 


Ff. I. 34 


201. 


Kk. VI. 43 


265. 


Gg. VI. 12 


139. 


Dd. IV. 58 


202. 


Dd. IV. 36 


266. 


Gg. I. 17 


140. 


Ee. II. 24 


203. 




267. 


Ee. V. 34 


141. 




204. 


Gg. VI. 14 


268. 


Gg. I. 15 


142. 


Gg. n. 45 


205. 


Mm. I. 28 


269. 


Ff. VI. 10 


143. 


Kk. VI. 37 


206. 


Mm. I. 29 


270. 




144. 


LI. II. 10 


207. 


LI. II. 14 


271. 


Gg. I. 16 


145. 


Ff. II. 23 


208. 




272. 


Cig. I. 1 


146. 


li. VI. 28 


209. 


Gg. VI. 19 


273. 


Dd. xrv. 20 


147. 


Ee. II. 33 


210. 


li. I. 5 


274. 


li. VI. 14 


148. 


Kk. VI. 45 


211. 


Mm. I. 18 


275. 




149. 


Ff. VI. 31 


212. 


Ee. IV. 34 


276. 




150. 


Dd. VI. 62 


213. 


Kk. VI. 34 


277. 


Dd. V. 65 


151. 


li. VI. 2 


214. 




278. 


Kk. VI. 41 


152. 


Kk. VI. 33 


215. 


LI. I. 8 


279. 


li. VI. 15 


153. 


Ee. II. 21 


216. 


Ff. V. 46 


280. 


Ee. IV. 19 


154. 


Ff. I. 33 


217. 


li. VI. 17 


281. 


Mm. IV. 45 


155. 


Dd. I. 27 


218. 


li. VI. 37 


282. 


Dd. I. 1 


156. 


Dd. VII. 23 


219. 


Gg. VI. 43 


283. 


LI. II. 15 


157. 


Ff. VI. 6 


220. 


li. V. 6 


284. 


Ee. II. 22 


158. 




221. 


li. V. 7 


285. 


Dd. I. 16 


159. 




222. 


li. V. 9 


286. 


Dd. vn. 14 


160. 




223. 




287. 


Dd. VII. 6 


161. 


Ee. 11. 15 


224. 


li. V. 5 


288. 


Dd. VII. 22 


162. 


Ee. I. 10 


225. 


li. V. 37 


289. 


Dd. I. 17 


163. 


Ee. I. 15 


226. 


li. V. 3 


290. 


Ee. I. 1 


164. 


Ee. II. 11 


227. 


Ee. IV. 36 


291. 


Dd. I. 22 


165. 


Ee. VI. 4 


228. 


li. V. 8 


292. 


Mm. II. 16 




Ee. IV. 33 
Mm. IV. 25 
li. V. 2 


229. 


li. V. 4 


293. 


Mm. II. 17 


166. 


230. 


LI. I. 15 


294. 


Ee. IV. 4 


167. 


231. 


Gg. VI. 25 


295. 


Ee. IV. 21 


168. 


Ee. II. 31 


232. 


Kk. VI. 39 


296. 


Ee. V. 31 


169. 


Ee. II. 5 


233. 




297. 


Ee. I. 2 


170. 




234. 


Ee. IV. 27 


298. 


Ee. I. 3 


171. 


Ee. II. 26 


235. 


Gg. VI. 21 


299. 


Ee. I. 5 


172. 


Ec. 11. 4 


236. 




300. 




173. 


Ee. II. 19 


237. 


Gg. VI. 20 


301. 


Hli. IV. 1 


174. 


Dd. IX. 18 


238. 


Gg. VI. 3 


302. 


Hb. IV. 6 


175. 


Mm. in. 30 


239. 


LI. V. 17 


303. 


(ig. V. 12 


176. 


Ee. II. 7 


240. 


Ee. V. 12 


304. 


Hli. III. 11 


177. 


Ee. II. 29 


241. 


Ff. II. 3 


305. 


Hh. II. 11 


178. 


Mm. V. 2 


242. 


Ee. II. 35 


306. 


Hh. II. 3 


179. 


Dd. III. 19 


243 


Ee. V. 21 


307 




180. 


Ee. II. 25 


244 


Mm. II. 10 


308. 


Ff. III. 12 


181 


Mm. V. 3 


245 


Ff. II. 4 


309 


Hli. II. 10 


182 


Dd. VIII. 9 


246 


Ff. II. 5 


310. 


Hh. II. 12 


183 


Dd. XIII. 32 


247 


Ff. II. 6 


311. 




184 


Ee. II. 6 


24M 


Ff. II. 7 


312. 


Hh. III. 5 


185 


Mm. I. 33 


249 


Ff. 11. 8 


313 


Hh. II. 5 



166 



314. 


Hh. II. 4 


378. 


Mm. V. 8 


441. 


Gg. V. 13 


315. 


Gg. V. 1 


379. 


Mm. V. 9 


442. 


Ff. IV. 24 


316. 


Gg. V. 10 


380. 


Mm. V. 10 


443. 


Dd. III. 83, § 20 


317. 


(ig. V. 7 


381. 


Mm. V. 11 


444. 


li. V. 39 


318. 


Gg. V. 11 


382. 


Mm. V. 12 


445. 




319. 


Hh. n-. 2 


383. 


Ee. IV. 7 


446. 




320. 


li. V. 42 


384. 


Ee. IV. 6 


447. 


li. V. 40 


321. 


Gg. V. 8 


385. 




448. 


Gg. II. 25 


322. 


Hh. II. 1 


386. 




449. 


Dd. III. 83, §10 


323. 


Hh. III. 6 


387. 


Dd. II. 31 


450. 


Ff. VI. 29 


324. 


Hh. II. 8 


388. 


Ee. IV. 3 


451. 


Hh. III. 16 


32.5. 


Hh. n. 7 


389. 


Ee. II. 14 


452. 




32(5. 


Hh. II. 6 


390. 


Ee. II. 12 


453. 


(Dd. IV. 19 


327. 


Ee. V. 22 


391. 


Mm. IV. 20 


(Gg-ii- 17 


328. 


Gg. V. 9 


392. 


Ee. II. 16 


454. 


Dd. III. 83, § 3 


329. 


Ee. IV. 5 


393. 


Ee. in. 44 


455. 


Mm. IV. 26 


330. 


Ee. V. 18 


394. 


Ee. V. 25 


456. 




331. 


Ee. V. 19 


395. 


Ee. V. 26 


457. 


(Hh. III. 12 
|Mm. IV. 30 


332. 


Gg. V. 2 


396. 


Ee. IV. 1 


333. 


Ee. V. 20 


397. 


Gg. V. 18 


458. 


Ff. VI. 44 


334. 


Gg. V. 3 


398. 


Mm. IV. 41 


459. 


Gg. VI. 22 


335. 


Gg. V. 4 


399. 


Gg. V. 20 


460. 




336. 


Gg. V. 5 


400. 


Dd. XI. 60 


461. 


Hh. IV. 4, 5 


337. 


Hh. n. 9 


401. 


Dd. V. 46 


462. 


Mm. II. 21 


338. 


Gg. V. 6 


402. 


Ee. VI. 18 


463. 


LI. II. 2 


339. 


Hh. III. 7 


403. 


Mm. I. 30 


464. 


LI. II. 3 


340. 


Ee. III. 49 


404. 




465. 


li. V. 43 


341. 


Hh. III. 8 


405. 


Mm. V. 23 


466. 




342. 




406. 


LI. I. 16 


467. 


Dd. viii. 19 


343. 


Hh. III. 9 


407. 


li. VI. 13 


468. 


li. VI. 3 


344. 




408. 


li. VI. 25 


469. 


Hh. I. 1 


345. 


Hh. HI. 10 


409. 


Dd. III. 48 


470. 


Ee. I. 9 


346. 


Hh. III. 1 


410. 


li. VI. 10 


471. 


Gg. II. 24 


347. 


Hh. III. 2 


411. 




472. 


Hh. III. 13 


348. 


Hh. III. 14 


412. 


li. VI. 42 


473. 


LI. II. 12 


849. 


Hh. III. 3 


413. 


Dd. VI. 89 


474. 


LI. II. 5 


350. 


Hh. III. 4 


414. 


Dd. VI. 85 


475. 


Hh. IV. 3 


351. 




415. 


Kk. VI. 44 


476. 


Gg. V. 31 


352. 


Ee. II. 13 


416. 


Mm. I. 21 


477. 


li. V. 41 


353. 


Ee. V. 27 


417. 


Ff. V. 20 


478. 


Ee. I. 28 


354. 


Ee. V. 28 


418. 


jEe. VI. 17 
tGg. VI. 29 


479. 


Gg. I. 5 


355. 


Ee. V. 29 


480. 


Ee. VI. 12 


356. 


Ee. V. 50 


419. 


Dd. IV. 46 


481. 


Ee. VI. 13 


357. 


Ee. V. 24 


420. 


Ee. VI. 21 


482. 


Ee. VI. 14 


358. 


Ee. IV. 2 


421. 


Ff. V. 21 


483. 


Kk. VI. 38 


359. 


Ee. IV. 8 


422. 


Gg. VI. 18 


484. 


Gg. V. 36 


360. 


Ee. IV. 9 


423. 


Ff. V. 22 


485. 


(^g. II. 28 


361. 


Ee. IV. 10 


424. 


Ee. V. 33 


486. 


Ff. II. 39 


362. 


Ee. IV. 11 


425. 


Gg. VI. 16 


487. 


li. VI. 44 


363. 


Ee. IV. 12 


426. 


Ff. V. 24 


488. 




364. 


Ec. IV. 13 


427. 


Gg. VI. 17 


489. 




365. 


Ee. IV. 14 


428. 




490. 


LI. II. 8 


366. 


Ee. II. 18 


429. 


Mm. V. 24 


491. 




367. 


Ee. IV. 15 


430. 


Dd. III. 83, § 6 


492. 


Mm. IV. 42 


368. 


Ee. IV. 16 


431. 


Ff . V. 25 


493. 


Gg. I. 14 


369. 




432. 


Gg. VI. 13 


494. 


Gg. VI. 7 


370. 


Ee. IV. 17 


433. 


Ff. V. 23 


495. 


Dd. III. 55 


371. 


Ee. II, 10 


434. 




496. 


Dd. III. 57 


372. 


Ee. IV. 18 


435. 




497. 


Dd. Hi. 58 


373. 




436. 


Dd. HI. 8.3, § 19 


498. 


Dd. III. 59 


374. 


Ee. n. 1 


437. 


Gg. IV. 9 


499. 


Dd. III. 60 


375. 


Mm. V. 5 


438. 


li. VI. 29 


500. 


LI. IV. 18 


376. 


Mm. V. 6 


439. 




501. 


Ff. V. 5 


377. 


Mm. V. 7 


440. 




502. 


li. V. 10 



1G7 



503. 


Gg. III. 24 


567. 


Ff. V. 1 


630. 


LI. V. 22 


504. 


LI. II. 11 


568. 


Ff. V. 2 


631. 


Til. V. 30 


505. 


Ee. V. 17 


569. 


^[m. IV. 4 


632. 


LI. VI. 1 


SOC). 


D(l. xiii. 24 


570. 


(Vg. V. 19 


6:J3. 


Ff. VI. 39 


507. 


li. V. 31 


571. 


^Iiu. I. 20 


634. 


Ff. VI. 40 


508. 


li. V. 28, 29 


572. 


Mm. I. 31 


635. 


li. VI. 9 


501). 


Gr. III. 25 


573. 


Mm. IV. 5 


636. 


Ee. VI. 22 


610. 


Ff. V. 4 


574. 


Gg. I. 35 


637. 


Ee. I. 17 


511. 


Mm. IV. 3 


575. 


LI. V. 11 


638. 


Kk. VI. 35 


512. 


Gg. III. 3 


576. 


Gg. III. 29 


639. 


Kk. VI. 3 


513. 


G;,'. II. 23 


577. 


li. V. 11 


640. 


li. VI. 16 


5U. 


Mm. IV. 31 


578. 


D.l. XIII. 33 


641. 


Gg. VI. 4 


515. 


Ivk. VI. 15 


579. 


Dd. XIII. 9 


642. 


Dd. IV. 48 


516. 


Gg. HI. 26 


580. 


Pd. XIII. 10 


643. 




517. 


Gg. III. 2 


581. 


Dd. XIII. 11 


644. 


Kk. VI. 11 


518. 


li. V. 16 


582. 


Dd. XIII. 12 


645. 


Ff. I. 10 


519. 


li. V. 17 


583. 


Dd. XIII. 13 


646. 


Dd. X. 4 


520. 


li. V. 36 


584. 


Dd. XIII. U 


647. 


A printed book 


521. 


Gg. III. 4 


585. 


Dd. XIII. 15 


648. 


LI. I. 3 


522. 




586. 


Dd. XIII. 16 


649. 




523. 


Gg. VI. 1 


587. 




650. 


Mm. VI. 19 


524. 


li. V. 18 


588. 




651. 




525. 


li. V. 35 


589. 




652. 




52B. 


Ee. VI. 25 


590. 


Ee. I. 29 


653. 


LI. VI. 21 


527. 


Gg. II. 27 


591. 


Dd. VIII. 50 


654. 


Dd. XV. 5 


528. 


Ff. V. 26 


592. 


Gg. II. 18 


655. 


Dd. XV. 8 


529. 


Kk. VI. 32 


593. 


li. VI. 22 


656. 




530. 


Ee. I. 19 


594. 


Gg. I. 28 


657. 




531. 


D(l. XI. 64 


595. 


Mm. IV. 6 


658. 




532. 


Gg. III. 5 


596. 


Mm. rv. 7 


659. 


1 li. VI. 41 


533. 


Gg. III. 1 


597. 


Mm. IV. 8 


660. 


534. 


li. V. 12 


598. 


(Gg. II. 31 


661. 


535. 


li. V. 13 


■/Mm. IV. 37 


662. 


li. I. 9, 10, 11 


536. 


li. V. 14 


599. 


Mm. IV. 9 


663. 


Ff. I. 7 


537. 




600. 


Ff. I. 9 


664. 


li. VI. 32 


538. 


li. V. 82 


601. 


Ff. II. 36 


665. 


Hb. VI. 12 


539. 


li. V. 33 


602. 


Ee. VI. 16 


666. 


LI. II. 13 


540. 


li. V. 19 


603. 


Ff. II. 16 


667. 


Gg. III. 7—14 


541. 


li. V. 38 


604. 


Mm. I. 16 


668. 


Gg. III. 15 


542. 


li. V. 21 


60.->. 


Mm. V. 38 


669. 




543. 


li. V. 23 


606. 


Dd. IV. 45 


670. 


Gg. III. 16 


544. 


Gg. II. 30 


607. 


Dd. VI. 35 


671. 


Dd. XII. 70 


545. 


li. V. 34 


608. 


Dd. VI. 55 


672. 


Kk. VI. 27 


546. 


Gg. II. 19 


609. 


Ff. II. 20 


673. 




547. 


Gg. II. 20 


610. 


Dd. X. 58 


674. 


(Dd. IV. .34 


548. 


li. V. 20 


611. 


Ff. II. 26 


(Mm. I. 34 


549. 


Gg. II. 5 


612. 


Ff. II. 21 


675. 


LI. II. 9 


550. 




613. 


Ff. V. 37 


676. 


Ff. II. 37 


551. 




614. 


Mm. VI. 8 


677. 


Gg. IV. 21 


552. 


li. V. 24 


615. 


Ff. II. 24 


678. 


Mm. III. 11 


553. 


li. V. 25 


616. 


Gg. III. 17 


679. 


DiL IV. 27 


554- 


li. V. 26 


617. 


Gg. III. 18 


680. 


Ff. II. 18 


555. 


li. V. 15 


618. 


Ff. II. 17 


681. 


Ff. II. 19 


556. 


li. V. 27 


619. 


Ff. II. 15 


6S2. 


Dd. X. 34 


557. 


li. V. 30 


620. 


Gg. III. 19 


683. 


Ff. II. 25 


558. 


li. V. 32 


621. 


Ee. I. 26 


684. 


Mm. III. 8 


559. 




622. 


Ff. I. 4 


685. 


Mm. IV. 40 


560. 


Gg. II. 29 


623. 


Ff. I. 5 


686. 


Ff. n. 13 


561. 


Ff. III. 17 


624. 


Gg. III. 20 


687. 


Ff. II. 2 


562. 


Gg. II. 26 


625. 


Ff. VI. 38 


688. 




563. 




626. 


Ff. I. 1 


689. 


Ff. II. 27 


564. 


li. V. 1 


627. 


Ff. VI. 37 


690. 


Ff. II. 38 


565. 


Ee. VI. 9 


628. 


Ff. I. 2 


691. 


yim. IV. 10 


566. 


Gg. I. 9 


629. 


Ff. I. a 


692. 


Mm. IV. 11 



168 



693 


Pd. IX. 23 


739 


Dd. XIII. 19 


785 


Kk. VI. 42 


694. 


Ff. II. 1 


740 


Ee. HI. 28 


786. 


Dd. VI. 57 


695. 


Ff. II. 35 


741 


Ee. III. 29 


787. 


Dd, VI. 58 


696. 


Dd. III. 78 


742. 


Ee. III. 30 


788 


Ee. VI. 3 


697. 




743. 


Ee. III. 31 


789. 




69H. 


Ff. II. 9 


744. 


Ee. III. 32 


790. 




699. 


Ff. II. 14 


745. 


Ee. HI. 38 


791. 


Ee. VI. 2 


7(K). 


Mm. IV. 12 


746. 


Ee. III. 84 


792. 


li. VI. 51 


701. 


Ee. III. 45 


747. 


Ee. III. 35 


793. 




702. 


Ee. HI. 2 


748. 


Ee. III. 36 


794. 




703. 


Ee. III. 1 


749. 


Ee. III. 37 


795. 


Dd. VI. 59 


704. 


Mm. IV. 35 


750. 


Ee. III. 38 


796. 


Ee. VI. 1 


7(»5. 




751. 


Dd. VIII. 40 


797. 


Ff. VI. 30 


706. 


Ee. HI. a 


752. 




798. 


Ff. VI. 22 


707. 


Ee. III. 46 


753. 


Ee. III. 39 


799. 


Kk. VI. 7 


708. 


Dd. V. 8 


754. 


Ee. III. 40 


800. 


Dd. xii. 28 


709. 




755. 


Ee. III. 41 


801. 


li. VI. 52 


710. 


Ff. IV. 25 


756. 


Ee. III. 42 


802. 


Ff. VI. 26 


711. 


Dd. XIII. 17 


757. 


Gg. IV. 8 


803. 


Dd. 111. 61 


712. 


LI. II. 1 


753. 


Ee. III. 48 


804. 


Dd. 111. 62 


713. 


Ee. in. 4 


759. 


Ff. I. 8 


805. 




714. 


Ee. III. 5 


760. 


Ff. V. 45 


806. 


Ff. 11. 32 


715. 


Ee. III. 6 


761. 


Ee. III. 47 


807. 


LI. 11. 7 


716. 


Ee. III. 7 


762. 


Ee. 111. 48 


808. 


Gg. IV. 2 


717. 


Ee. III. 8 


763. 


Mm. VI. 22 


809. 


Dd. 11. 16 


718. 


Ee. III. 9 


764. 


Ff. V. 6 


810. 


Dd. 11. 17 


719. 


Ee. III. 10 


765. 


Kk. VI. 31 


811. 


Dd. 11. 18 


720. 


Ee. III. 11 


766. 


LI. I. 17 


812. 


Dd. 11. 19, 20 


721. 


Ee. III. 12 


767. 




818. 


Ee. 11. 8 


722. 


Ee. III. 13 


768. 


Dd. XI. 76 


814. 


Gg. IV. 20 


723. 


Mm. III. 3 


769. 


Ee. VI. 24 


815. 


Mm. IV. 29 


724. 


Ee. III. 14 


770. 


Ff. V. 41 


816. 


Ff. II. 11 


725. 


Ee. in. 15 


771. 


Dd. VI. 8 


817. 


Mm. IV. 13 


726. 


Ee. III. 16 


772. 


Dd. V. 76 


818. 


Mm. IV. 14 


727. 


Ee. III. 17 


773. 




819. 


Ff. IV. 30 


728. 


Ee. III. 18 


774. 


Mm. 1. 27 


820. 


Ee. 111. 61 


729. 


Dd. III. 44 


775. 


Ff. V. 15 


821. 


Ff. V. 30 


730. 


Ee. ni. 19 


776. 


Ff. v. 16 


822. 


Gg, 1. 10 


731. 


Ee. III. 20 


777. 


Ff. V. 17 


823. 


Mm. I. 19 


732. 


Ee. III. 21 


778. 


Ff. V. 18 


824. 


Dd. X. 31 


733. 


Ee. III. 22 


779. 


Ff. V. 19 


825. 


Mm. 1. 24 


734. 


Ee. III. 23 


780. 


Ff. V. 7 


826. 


li. VI. 24 


735. 


Ee. III. 24 


781. 


li. VI. 18 


827. 


li. VI. 27 


736. 


Ee. III. 25 


782. 


li. VI. 30 


1^ 


Ff. V. 14 


737. 


Ee. in. 26 


783. 


Kk. VI. 6 


II. 


Dd. IV. 38 


738. 


Ee. III. 27 


784. 




111. 


Dd. 111. 75 



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