Annals of Cambridge, Volumen3

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Warwick and Company, 1845
 

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Flood and Frost
83
Proceedings in the Kings Bench on an indictment against
101
Sir Francis Bacon elected High Steward of the Town
115
Proceedings respecting the drainage of the fens
125
PAOR
135
Voluntary Contribution to the King
147
The University opposed to the drainage of the fens 131
131
Sir John Hobart elected Burgess in Parliament for the Town 140
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310
143
Regulations for furnishing with money the Town Treasury
146
A D
149
A D
155
Fire in Walls Lane
158
Proclamation of the King
174
Verses on the Kings Marriage
182
of Mayor
197
Orders for cleansing the Town
205
311
206
Letters from the King and the Earl of Suffolk to the Corporation
211
bassador
219
Church Lecture
229
Orders of the Privy Council respecting the workhouse enclosure
240
Ordinance as to Attornies in the Town Court
245
The Churchwardens of Great St Marys sent to prison by
251
Proceedings against John Normanton for sermons at St Marys
258
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263
Randolphs Verses on the fall of the Mitre Tavern
266
Petition of Great St Marys Parish as to the Poor Rates
274
Verses on the birth of the Princess Anne
286
Extracts from the Town Treasurers Accounts
291
Sir Henry Spelman establishes a Saxon Lectureship
301
Committee of the House of Commons to consider of abuses
307
Letter and Petition of the University in favour of Cathedral
312
Revival of the Committee for the Universities
320
Plague
325
Parliamentary Instructions for preservation of the peace of
333
Forces sent to Cambridge in expectation of an attack from Prince
341

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Página 276 - And all these things 1 do plainly and sincerely acknowledge and swear, according to the plain and common sense and understanding of the same words, without any equivocation, or mental evasion, or secret reservation whatsoever. And this I do heartily, willingly, and truly, upon the faith of a Christian. So help
Página 276 - any popish doctrine, contrary to that which is so established : nor will I ever give my consent to alter the government of this church by archbishops, bishops, deans, and archdeacons, etc. as it stands now established, and as by right it ought to stand, nor yet ever to subject it to the usurpations and superstitions of the
Página 459 - that I will conform to the Liturgy of the Church of England, as it is now by Law established. [And I do declare that I hold, there lies no Obligation upon me or any other Person, from the Oath commonly called, The Solemn League and Covenant, to endeavour any Change or Alteration of Government cither in Church or State ; and that the
Página 448 - much money as hath beene really paid to the said Colledge for the Fine for such Lease they shall be admitted to renew the said Lease for the said Fine. *•**•** PROVIDED ALWAYES That this Act or any thing therein contained shall not extend to confirme the Election of any Head Fellow Scholler or
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Página 285 - do anything to the contrary in this present Protestation contained. " And further, I shall, in all just and honourable Ways, endeavour to preserve the Union " and Peace betwixt the Three Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and neither for
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