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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 3.3 (1878)



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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its thirty-third annual general meeting, May 19, 1873. With an abstract of the proceedings of the society (including the annual reports XXVII-XXXII), 1866-1873.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 001-040)
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VIII. A view of the state of the University in Queen Anne's reign.
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., Kings College (pp. 119-134)
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IX. On the Earliest English Engravings of the Indulgence known as the 'Image of Pity.'
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., Kings College (pp. 135-152)
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X. Two Letters of Sir Isaac Newton.
Rev. T. G. Bonney, B. D., St John's College (pp. 153-156)
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XI. A Letter from Bishop Bale to Archbishop Parker.
Rev. H. R. Laurd, M. A., University Registrary (pp. 157-174)
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XII. A Letter Dr Bentley to Lord Chancellor King.
Rev. H. R. Laurd, M. A., University Registrary (pp. 175-176)
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XIII. On the Musea or Studiola in Dr Legge's Building at Caius College.
C. C. Babington, Esq., M. A., F. R. S., Professor of Botany (pp. 177-180)
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XIV. An Inventory of the stuff in the College Chambers (King's College), 1598.
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., University Librarian (pp. 181-198)
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XV. On some entries relating to the marriage and children of John More, apparently the father of Sir Thomas More.
W. Aldis Wright, Esq., M. A., Trinity college (pp. 199-202)
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XVI. An Account of the Election of Sir Francis Bacon an Dr Barnaby Goche as Burgesses in Parliament in April, 1614, written by Dr Duport, Deputy Vice-Chancellor.
W. Aldis Wright, Esq., M. A., Trinity college (pp. 203-210)
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XVII. Letter from Peter Salmon, M. A. to Samuel Collins, D. D., Provost of King's College, written from Padua in 1630.
Rev. T. Brocklebank, M. A., King's College (pp. 211-214)
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XVIII. Some account of St Vigor's Church, Fulbourn, lately enlarged and restored.
Arthur W. Blomfield, Esq., M. A., Trinity College, Architect (pp. 215-230)
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XIX. Remarks on a Bronze Statuette found at Earith, Hunts.
S. S. Lewis, Esq., B. A., Corpus Christi College (pp. 231-236)
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XX. On the Engraved Device used by Nicolaus Gotz of Sletzstat, the Cologne Printer, in 1474.
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., University Librarian (pp. 237-246)
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XXI. On Two Engravings on Copper, by G. M., a wandering Flemish Artist of the XVXVIth century.
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., University Librarian (pp. 247-258)
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XXII. On a Bronze Ram now in the Museum at Palermo.
S. S. Lewis, Esq., B. A., Corpus Christi College (pp. 259-262)
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XXIII. On the oldest written remains of the Welsh Language.
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., University Librarian (pp. 263-268)
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XXIV. On the West Towers of York Minster.
F. A. Paley, Esq., M. A. (pp. 269-272)
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XXV. A Letter to the University from Thomas Beaufort, Duke of Exeter.
H. R. Luard, M. A., University Registrary (pp. 273-274)
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XXVI. On the Collection of Portraits belonging to the University before the Civil War.
Henry Bradshaw, Esq., M. A., University Librarian (pp. 275-286)
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XXVII. Notes on some Remains of Moats and Moated Halls at Coton, Grantchester, Barnwell Abbey, and Fen Ditton. With Remarks on Manor-House and College Boundary Walls, Fish-Ponds, and Columbaria.
F. A. Paley, Esq., M. A. (pp. 287-294)
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Report and Communications. Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its thirty-third annual general meeting, May 19, 1873, with an abstract of the proceedings of the society (including the annual reports XXVII-XXXII), 1866-1873. Also Communications made to the society. No. XVII. Being No. 3 of the third volume. [Complete Volume] PDF 9 Mb