History of the College of St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge, Volume 2

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University Press, 1869
 

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Contents

Editions of lady Margarets funeral sermon
615
Dr T D Whitakers complimentary dedica
617
Proceedings in the disputed election for
623
Same to same on lord Clarendons character
627
etc 1081 l 26
629
Mr Yates personal recollection of him at Cam
634
His family
644
Inscription on Wm Watson in Cherry Hinton
647
Account of the kings visit to St Johns
663
15651604
665
tures etc ib l 35
667
His letters
668
Journey to Rome
670
Disputes about altars and rails
698
Warburtons attack on
719
1826
729
Bp Van Milderts testimony to him as bp
735
Rey Peter Gandolphys letter to Dr Marsh
740
Essay on theological learning
742
Elected master of St Johns and lady Margaret
756
Reprint of it by Rev Tho Lund
757
MS of
767
Marshs course of university sermons against
776
Course of lectures part II 783 1 27
783
The Abingdon letter with remarks on its authen
791
Republication of the Lectures in one volume 790 1 39 1828 Preface to this edition 791 1 6
792
Dissertation on the origin of the Gospels
793
Lectures part VI on the credibility of the
794
Reference to the reformation of the college
844
Marshs Comparative view of the churches of Eng
864
An appeal to the legislature etc on the legality
871
Rev Jos Wilsons Peterborough questions
877
Rev T S Grimshawe on the wrongs of the clergy
884
Rev Hen Walters letter to bp Marsh on
888
Charge to the clergy of Peterborough on
895
T W Peiles dedication etc of his Agamemnon
917
Second letter to Brougham on Shrewsbury school 933 1 21
935
1827
947
1834
957
church reform
963
His funeral sermon for Dr Parr ih 1 3
971
Fellows elected and admitted
985
Baillies account of Arrowsmith at the assembly
991
Bakers list of fellows elected in the place of
998
His improvements in the collegiate system of
1000
carmen deprecatorium
1003
Jests on the Vox piscis
1005
Charge to the clergy of Peterborough in defence
1008
upon
1015
Chosen lady Margarets professor
1023
Notices of Dr Kelkes alienation of Magd coll
1030
Bp Fisher to Erasmus on coming to the opening
1079
WILLIAM CRAVEN thirtieth master
1089
Complaints against him at the restoration ib l 10
1128
Dr Lingards strictures ib I 40
1131
Milner on presiding at them as vicechancellor
1134
Extract from Leavers sermon on Sedberg school 575 1 13
1138
Coles life of
1139
Whitaker to Burghley on the charge of forbidding
1145
Burnets character of
1146
Fullers account of
1147
Various notices of Jo Bois
1151
Dr Jebbs proposals for an annual university
1152
Appointed tutor to the duke of Kent
1154
Anecdote of Ant Tuckney
1159
arms
1160
His palace closed against him by a creditor of
1161
His family and birth
1165
Extracts from his will
1166
Entry at St Johns scholarships college offices etc ib 1 21
1167
Provision in college leases for hospitality
1169
Consecrated bp of Sierra Leone
1170
Letter to Gilb Wakefield on Powells sermon 1065 1 4
1171
Chosen foundation fellow
1172
31
1173
Whitaker to Burghley to be relieved of his pro
1177
Ascham on the state of learning in St Johns
1178
Tho Todingtons appeal against Cravens election
1179
Powells support of Paley for the Latin essay ib l 43
1180
Bp Jo Wm Colenso Natal
1181
Education and university degrees
1182
His translation of Patje on English credit
1183
Notes on qu Elizabeths injunctions against
1185
Dr Gower on Gunnings sermon against the league
1189
Dec Account of the disputed election for
1191
Incorporated at St Johns Cambridge
1196
28
1197
Bakers bequest to
1198
His death and burial 1092 I 24
1199
Collectanea relating to Gunning
1202
Connexion of the Gunning family with Hoo
1203
29
1206
JAMES PILKINTON tenth master
1207
1775
1210
Notices of the senior brother ib 36
1211
Notes on bp Rob Holgate
1215
His birth and parentage 1094 1 1
1216
571
1218
Booths letter to the master on the building of
1219
154158
1221
And Marvells book against
1224
Taken ill in Scotland
1225
Admission at St Johns 1095 1 1
1228
37
1230
Rob Booth to Dr Gwyn on a missing picture
1232
Burial and epitaph in Norwich cathedral
1233

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Page 649 - I came before them, they took my name and abode, examined me why, 40 contrary to the ordinance made, that none should any longer observe the superstitious time of the Nativity...
Page 649 - I went to London, with my wife, to celebrate Christmas day ; Mr. Gunning preaching in Exeter chapel, on Micah vii. 2. Sermon ended, as he was giving us the holy sacrament, the chapel was surrounded* with soldiers, and all the communicants and assembly surprised and kept prisoners by them, some in the house, others carried away.
Page 724 - I think, a just opinion, that whatever renders religion more rational, renders it more credible ; that he who, by a diligent and faithful examination of the original records, dismisses from the system one article which contradicts the apprehension, the experience, or the reasoning, of mankind, does more towards recommending the belief, and, with the belief, the influence, of Christianity, to the understandings and consciences of serious inquirers, and through them to universal reception and authority,...
Page 856 - But Mr Taylor has also run into a more serious error. He has been pleased to claim a certain indefinite " authority" for the Fathers ; and has suffered himself to speak most strangely of the celebrated maxim, " that the Bible and the Bible only is the religion of Protestants.
Page 582 - That all books called antiphoners, missals, grailes, processionals, manuals, legends, pies, portuasses, primers in Latin or English, couchers, journals, ordinals, or other books or writings whatsoever heretofore used for service of the Church, w-ritten or printed in the English or Latin tongue, other than such as are or shall be set forth by the King's Majesty, shall be by authority of this present Act clearly and utterly abolished, extinguished, and forbidden for ever to be used or kept in this...
Page 723 - ... governors solicit, or ministers of state propose it — I will venture to pronounce, that (without His interposition with whom nothing is impossible) we may remain as...
Page 649 - Nativity (so esteem'd by them), I durst offend, and particularly be at Common Prayers, which they told me was but the masse in English, and particularly pray for Charles Steuart, for which we had no Scripture.
Page 705 - Is there any public or Charity School, endow'd, or otherwise maintain'd in your Parish ? What Number of Children are taught in it ? And what Care is taken to instruct them in the Principles of the Christian Religion, according to the Doctrine of the Church of England ; and to bring them duly to Church, as the Canon requires ? IV.
Page 855 - When an institution is supported with all the fervour of religious enthusiasm, and is aided by the weight of such powerful additional causes, an attempt to oppose it is like attempting to oppose a torrent of burning lava, that issues from Etna or Vesuvius.
Page 1009 - In the year 1712, my old friend Matthew Prior, who was then fellow of St. John's, and who not long before had been employed by the queen as her plenipotentiary at the court of France, came to Cambridge, and the next morning paid a visit to the master of his own college ; the master, Dr.

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