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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 1 (1859)

Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1 (1859)- Cover

Table of Contents

I. An Abstract of an Account of the Anglo-Saxon Legend of St. Veronica.
C. W. Goodwin, M. A. (pp. 003-004)
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II. Notes on some Medieval Seals in the Collection of the Society.
A. Way, M. A. (pp. 005-006)
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III. Results of an examination of the "Nonae Rolls," as they relate to Cambridgeshire.
Rev. E. Venables, M. A. (pp. 007-014)
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IV. A Catalogue of Tradesmen's Tokens known to have been issued in the County of Cambridge during the latter part of the 17th Century.
C. C. Babington, M. A. (pp. 015-028)
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V. Some Account of a very scarce "Lyfe of St Radegunde."
Rev. C. Hardwick, M. A. (pp. 029-032)
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VI. On Church and Parochial Libraries.
Rev. J. J. Smith, M. A. (pp. 033-036)
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VII. On a Graeco-Egyptian Papyrus preserved in the British Museum.
C. W. Goodwin, M. A. (pp. 037-042)
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VIII. On some Roman Pottery found near Foxton, Cambridgeshire, and presented to the Society by John Bendyshe, Esq.
C. C. Babington, M. A. (pp. 043-046)
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IX. A Letter of the time of James I. addressed by St John's College to the Countess of Shrewsbury.
Rev. John Rigg, M. A. (pp. 047-048)
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X. Suggestions towards the production of an "Athenae Cantabrigienses."
J. O. Halliwell, F. R. S. (pp. 049-050)
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XI. On some Antiquities found in Corpus Christi College in the year 1852.
C. C. Babington, M. A. (pp. 051-054)
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XII. Notes on some Roman Buildings at Cirencester, the Roman Corinium.
C. H. Newmarch, Esq. (pp. 055-058)
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XIII. On the Orientation of King's College Chapel.
J. Rigg, M. A. (pp. 059-062)
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XIV. On the Origin of the name of Petty Cury, as applied to a street in Cambridge.
C. H. Cooper, F. S. A. (pp. 063-064)
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XV. Abstract of some Suggestions towards an "Athenae Cantabrigienses."
Rev. J. J. Smith, M. A. (pp. 065-066)
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XVI. MS. Notes inserted in a copy of King Edward VI. First Prayer-Book, in the Church Library at Beccles.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 067-070)
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XVII. The Vow of Widowhood of Margaret Countess of Richmond and Derby (Foundress of Christ's and St John's Colleges): with Notices of similar vows in the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries.
C. H. Cooper, F. S. A. (pp. 071-080)
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XVIII. A Letter from Oliver Cromwell to his sister Elizabeth Cromwell, with brief notes thereon.
C. H. Cooper, F. S. A. (pp. 081-084)
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XIX. "Articuli Universitatis Cantabrigiae:" a form of petition addressed to King Henry V., about the year 1415, in vindication of some ancient usages. Edited, with a few notes, by the Rev. C. Hardwick, M. A.
Rev. C. Hardwick, M. A. (pp. 085-094)
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XX. On the Foss, or Devil's Ditch, near Brandon, and that near Swaffham, in the county of Norfolk.
C. C. Babington, M. A. (pp. 095-096)
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XXI. Notice of two Catalogues of a Monastic Library.
Rev. G. E. Corrie, D. D. (pp. 097-098)
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XXII. Letters of Roger Ascham, communicated by the Rev. J. E. B. Mayor, M. A.
Rev. J. E. B. Mayor, M. A. (pp. 099-124)
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XXIII. Mortuary Roll, sent forth by the Prior and Convent of Ely, on the death of John de Hothom, Bishop of Ely, deceased, January, A. D. 1336-7.
A. Way, M. A. (pp. 125-140)
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XXIV. An Account of the Excavation of Tumuli, made by the Rev. J. J. Smith, near Bincombe, in Dorsetshire, in 1842, derived from his original notes in the possession of the Society.
C. C. Babington, M. A. (pp. 141-146)
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XXV. An Ancient Calendar preserved in the Library of Jesus College.
Rev. G. E. Corrie, D. D. (pp. 147-168)
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XXVI. Notices of the Gift or Render of a Sore Hawk, with especial reference to a Fine levied in the Town Court of Cambridge, (21 Edw. III.)
C. H. Cooper, F. S. A. (pp. 169-176)
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XXVII. Lament of Eleanor Cobham, Duchess of Gloucester when convicted of Sorcery.
Rev. C. Hardwick, M. A. (pp. 177-190)
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XXVIII. On Two Fragments of the Acts of the Martyrs Chamoul and Justus, in the Sahidic dialect, on a Papyrus in the British Museum.
C. W. Goodwin, M. A. (pp. 191-194)
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XXIX. A Letter relating to the life of Cudworth, addressed to the University of Cambridge, by J. T. Mosheim; together with the Answer of the University. Extracted from Baker's Manuscripts, and communicated by the Rev. J. E. B. Mayor, M. A.
Rev. J. E. B. Mayor, M. A. (pp. 195-200)
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XXX. Notes on Chantries and Free Chapels; with an account of those in the County of Cambridge; together with the foundation charter of Ansty's Chantry at Stow-cum-Quy.
Rev. E. Ventris, M. A. (pp. 201-240)
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XXXI. Inventory of the Plate sent to King Charles I. by Queens' College, Cambridge, and receipt for moneys advanced for his service by the President and Fellows, 1642. With Notes.
C. H. Cooper, F. S. A. (pp. 241-252)
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XXXII. Materials for a Life of Dr Richard Sibbes.
Rev. J. E. B. Mayor, M. A. (pp. 253-264)
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XXXIII. On the Parish Accounts of Boxford in Suffolk, from A. D. 1529 to 1596.
Rev. G. E. Corrie, D. D. (pp. 265-272)
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XXXIV. On the earlier High Stewards of the University of Cambridge.
C. H. Cooper, F. S. A. (pp. 273-280)
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XXXV. Notices of the King's Seals for passes given to Labourers and Servants, in accordance with the Statute passed at the Parliament of Cambridge, Sept. 12 Ric. II A. D. 1388.
A. Way, M. A. (pp. 281-286)
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XXXVI. Notices of W. Millington, First Provost of King's College.
Rev. G. Williams, B. D. (pp. 287-328)
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XXXVII. Robert Woodlark, Founder and First Master of St Catharine's Hall.
Rev. C. Hardwick, M. A. (pp. 329-338)
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XXXVIII. On the West Mere at Wretham, near Thetford, in Norfolk.
C. C. Babington, M. A. (pp. 339-342)
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XXXIX. Letter from Rob. Booth of St John's College to Dr Claiton, Master, concerning the Second Court.
Rev. J. E. B. Mayor, M. A. (pp. 343-346)
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XL. The Actors in Dr Legge's Tragedy of Ricardus Tertius, performed at St John's College at the Bachelors' Commencement, 1579-80.
C. H. Cooper, F. S. A. (pp. 347-358)
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XLI. Manumissions of Serfs extracted from the records if King's College.
Rev. G. Williams, B. D. (pp. 359-360)
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XLII. On a Bronze Falx found in the fens.
C. C. Babington, M. A. (pp. 361-364)
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XLIII. Sir Robert Rede.
Rev. T. Brocklebank, M. A. (pp. 365-374)
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Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 375-379)
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