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taph by Erasmus, for which he
received 20s. 124 1. 3, 200 l. 33;
latin elegy by John Skelton 16
Aug. 1516 124 1. 15; Engl. trans-
lation n. 2; arms about the tomb
124-5; where engraved 125 1.
25; her seal 126 1. 4; arms at
Christ's and St John's 1. 14; por-
traits 1. 18; Bassingbourne manor,
recovered to her use from Sir
Adrian Fortescue, to be assigned
for payment of her debts and per-
forming her will 129 1. 19; lega-
cies made at Bishops Hatfield 15
Febr. 24 Hen. VII 1. 26; to
Christ's college crucifixes, chalices,
patens, images, basons for the altar,
candlesticks, cruets, a 'scopp with
the sprinkell' for holy water, cen-
sers, shipps', altar cloths, cha-
suble, tunicles, cope 130-1; to
oure chapell at Westminster' a
'portuous' and a book of prayers
with images, the primer and psal-
ter, to be chained there, cruets, a
paxbrede', a sacring bell, ba-
sons, a crucifix 131-2; to Dur-
ham monastery a Sarum mass-
book, altarcloths, a chasuble, two
tunicles, a cope 132 l. 8; to Tates-
hall a chasuble, two tunicles, one
cope 1. 16; a vestment and money
to the friars in Ware 1. 17; money
to the friars in Richmond, Nor-
thampton, Greenwich, Stamford;
to the monks of Mountgrace; to
the charterhouses of Shene and
within London; to Sion house;
to Jes. coll. Cambr., to the nuns
of Stamford, to the anchorites of
of Stamford, St Alban's, West-
minster, Feversham, London in
the Wall 1. 19; to Colyweston
church a chalice, massbook and
vestment 1. 30; to the king a
French illustrated book of stories,
beginning with Genesis, Froissart
vol. II, Boccaccio illustrated, Lyd-
gate's Troy book, 5 of her best
cups of gold 1. 33; to the queen
of Scots a girdle of gold 1. 40; to
the queen a girdle and cup of
gold 133 1. 2; to Mary princess of
Castile a cup of gold and 'salt of
berall ' 1. 7; to lady Jane and to
dame Eleanor Verney £20 each
1. 11; to the bps. of Winchester
and Rochester and to lord Her-
bert plate 1. 13; to Mrs Parker
plate, jewels, furniture, bedding,
and a booke of velom of Gower
in Englisshe' 1. 26; to Mr Lovell
a cup of gold 134 1. 5; to John
St John 6 bowls parcel gilt, fur-

niture and bedding, Chaucer's
Canterbury tales 1. 8; to Alex.
Frognale 2 bowls parcel gilt, fur-
niture and bedding, Magna Carta
printed in French 1. 22; to Mr
Marney a pot of gold 1. 30; an-
nuities (and in some cases money
also) to Edith Fowler, Ri. and
Marg. Stukeley, Eliz. Massy, Pe-
rott the French woman, Wm.
Elmer, Hen. Coke 1. 32, 135 1.
29; to Mrs Stanopp a chain of
gold and 5 marks 135 1. 5; to
her chancellor Dr Horneby, Sir
Jo. St John her chamberlain,
Wm. Bedell her treasurer, Dr
Wilford her confessor and John
Fotehede, plate 1. 8, 188 I. 3;
agreement between her and bp.
Stanley 10 March 24 H. vII for
the conversion of the religious
house of regular brethren called
St John's Cambridge into a col-
lege of secular persons studying
in arts and theology 135-6, 146
1. 6; bp. Stanley withdrew his
consent after her death, because
he had not sealed 137 1. 8, 32;
bp. Stanley grants the old house
to her exors. 31 Dec. 1510 140--.
4; an earlier grant 7 Mar. 1510
145-53; an Engl. indenture to
the same purpose 12 Dec. 1510
153-7; inventory of her ward-
robe and furniture 28 Oct. 21 H.
VII 178-9; her exors' balance
sheet 2 H. VIII 179-80; pay-
ment to Jas. Morrez towards
building Christ's coll. of her be-
quest 180 1. 16; accounts of her
exors. 25 June 1 H. VIII-24 Jan.
2 H. VIII 180-92; Rob. Fre-
myngam treas. of her chamber
181 1. 14, 191 1. 30; bequests to
Chr. coll. 182; to Westm. abbey
182 1. 25; to St John's coll.,
Bourne, Tatishall, Wimborn 183;
to her servants 183 1. 30; reward
to divers of the chapel attending
the month's mind 184 1. 6; to
exhibition of her scholars 1. 17,
185 1. 26, 188 1. 1; dole at Hat-
field at the month's mind 184 1.
21; dole at Wimborn at the dirge
and mass 1. 23; to James Morez
for the painter, for two portraits
of the countess 185 1. 12; to Wolff
the painter 1. 19; to Hen. Parker
esq. for money received by her at
his children's christening 1. 22;
to the abbot of Westm. for her
burial £30 186 1. 1; and 1125.
190 1. 12; debt to the sadler
187 1. 22; to lady Scroop for a

ring that the countess had of her
1. 34; funeral expenses, ransom
of prisoners, alms, religious ser-
vices, torchbearers, hearses, lead-
ing of the body, scutcheons, ban-
ners, mourning, a majesty to lay
upon the tomb, heralds, to the
friars observants of Greenwich
for wine 188-190; expenses of
household 190-1; probate of will
191 1. 5; paid for the building of
Christ's coll. of such money as
was found in her coffers 1. 15;
accounts of exors. 24 Jan. 2 H.
VIII-19 June H. VIII 192-9;
4
to Maynerd the painter in part
payment for her picture in Chr.
coll. 60s. 198 1. 23; to Hen.
Ludelowe her cook a half-year's
wages 40s. 199 1. 26; accounts of
her exors. 19 June 4 H. VIII- 18
Jan. 6 H. VIII 199-204; to gar-
ter king of arms for 8 scutcheons
for her tomb 200 l. 23; to May-
nard the painter for her picture
and image 33s. 4d. 1. 36, and for
making patterns for her tomb 4.
13s. 4d. 201 1. 1; expenses re-
lating to her will, dinner to Wol-
sey and to the judges 202-4;
accounts of exors. 18 Jan. 6 H.
VIII-31 July 8 H. VIII 205--
210; to Wolsey for his diligence
about certain of her lands 205 1.
28; to the king's hanaper for a
pardon to discharge the exors. in
regard to the profits of her lands
209 1. 8; accounts of exors. 31
July 8 H. vIII-23 May 10 H.
VIII 210--2; do. from 25 June 1
H. VIII to 23 May to H. VIII
225-7; signs the warrants for
funeral expenses of H. VII 215 1.
7; also for his legacy to the friars
observants 1. 20; grant to her of
Wokking manor I. 12; her ser-
vant Jas. Morice 1. 24 (see Morice);
her gentleman usher Wm. Pole
1. 28, 33, 217 1. 28; charges on
her lands 29 June 1509 215 1.
37; inventory of her goods 216 1.
8; her mansion Coldharborough
1. 22; her clerk of the signet
Gryffyn Richardes 1. 27; her lands
in Kent 1. 34; services rendered
to her by Geo. Saundis 1. 41;
by Nic. Aughton 1. 44; by Jo.
Holt 217 1. 3; by Edw. Heven 1.
S; by Edw. Vaus 1. 13; by Tho.
Hobson 1. 16, 24; by Edw. Va-
vasour 1. 40; by Geo. Kyrkeham
216 1. 1, 217 1. 33; her lands
in the king's hands 216-229;
grant to her exors. of the site of

St John's hospital Cambr. 217 1.
42; her chantry at Wymbourne
218 1. 10; services rendered to
her by Geo. Fraunces 1. 26; by Rog.
Radclyf 219 1. 17, 224 l. 19; her
house the Roiall' in London
219 1. 20; money owed her by
Louis XII 1. 32; her bailiff of
Ware Ri. Shurley 1. 27, 220 l. 9;
services rendered to her by Tho.
Farding 220 1. 24; by Edw. Va-
visour and Tho. Rowse 1. 38;
monastery of Bourne founded by
her 1. 32; agreement between her
and the convent of Peterborough
221 1. 13; deed of, incorporating
the guild of tanners and shoe-
makers in Barnstaple church 1.
34; lands of, made over to the
dean and canons of St George's
Windsor 222 1. 29; Sir Ri. Chol-
mondeley steward of her manor
of Cotyngham Langton 1. 45;
foundress of Hawtemprice monas-
tery 223 1. 6; pardon and release
to her exors. 1. 42; her letter to
the mayor of Coventry 229, 230;
spoke French, but neither Spanish
nor Latin 231 1. 21; bore Henry
of Richmond after her husband's
death 232 1. 22; speech of bp. Fisher
before her at Cambridge [1506]
1. 21, 234 1. 38, 249; her speech
to the earl of Pembroke 232 1. 46;
restrains her son from returning
to England 233 1. 9; her courage
1. 18; her vow of chastity 1. 39,
250 l. 46; her pilgrimage to our
Lady of Worcester 233 1. 46;
estates and plate restored to her
235 l. 11, 36, 237 1. 13; gift of
a goblet to her 235 1. 31, 237 1.
II; her servant Chr. Sandes 235
1, 32; her relations with qu.
Elizabeth and influence on her
son 236 1. 27, 240 l. 44; grant of
lands to the abbey of Brunne 236
1. 42; grant of the next vacant
canonry in St George's Windsor
2371. 3; her bailiff of Ware 1. 24;
reconciles the convents of Syon and
Spalding 239 1. 3; her picture in
St John's hall 1. 22; her patron-
age of letters 1. 28; plot against
her life 240 1. 8; at Shene 21
Dec. 1497 1. 28; her rights in the
isle of Purbeck invaded by Harry
Uvedale 1. 39; opposed to the
premature marriage of princess
Margaret 241 1. 5; her confes-
sors Ri. Fitzjames and Jo. Fisher
243 1. 23, 246 l. 46, 254 1.2; her
payment as member of a gild 245
1. 36; her house at Colyweston

246 1. 13; her professorship 1. 27;
by Fisher's advice diverts her
bounty from Westminster to Chr.
coll. Cambr. 246-7; her preach-
ership 247 1. 42; procures an in-
dulgence from fasting 20 May
1504 1. 47; obtains a sanction to
hold on 13 Aug. a yearly feast
'of our most sweet Saviour Jesus'
248 1. 4; death of her husband
the earl of Derby 1. 8; St John's
college bound to pray for her
soul, bp. Fisher being indebted
to her not less than to his own
mother 1. 40; at Cambridge in
1506 249 1. 6, cf. 1. 23; consulted
by Qu. coll. about the appoint-
ment of a master 1. 39, 42, 48;
induces Edw. d. of Buckingham
to bestow lands on Qu. coll. 250
1. 17; visits Cambridge 1505 1.
27; visited by the king 9 Aug.
1508 251 1. 43; urged by Oxford
men to found a college there on
the foundation of St Frideswide's,
by bp. Fisher to found St John's
on the foundation of the hospital;
her exertions to procure the con-
sent of king and pope and bp. of
Ely 252-3; before the deed is
sealed, dies on the 29 June at
Westminster, where she is buried
253 1. 10; commends H. VIII to
Fisher's care 254 1. 2; her letter
on behalf of Qu. coll. 1. 15; jewels
and plate given by her to Chr.
coll. 257 1. 13; elegy on her by
Skelton 1. 21; portrait at Knows-
ley 1. 23; Fisher jealous of her
rights as foundress 258 l. 43; Jo.
Wolf painter employed on es-
cutcheons for her pall 259
her gift of a primer and psalter to
Elizabeth lady Scrope, see gloss.
s. v. primer.

44;

Bedehampton manor 20 l. 16.
Bedell, Wm. treas. of lady Mar-
garet's household, bequest to 135
I. 18; 216 1. 14, 223 I. 27, 225 1.
36, 227 1. 18.

bedelship of divinity Oxford, can-
vassing for (1501) 69-71.
Bedford Level 34 1. 8.
Bedford, Hilkiah 249 1. 16.
Bekynsal, Mr 216 1. 15; Bekynsals,
Rob. 254 1. 30; Bekynshaw, Dr
251 1. 41; the univ. of Cambr.
dispenses with his residence 108
1. 19. See Beaconsale.
Berdesay manor Yorksh. 9 1. 16.
Berdmondsey abbey, lady Mar-
garet's bequest to 117 1. 18.
Berkeley, lady, j. p. 79 n. 2.
Berkhampstede, Hen. VI there 31

May 1444 5 1. 4.

Billing 222 1. 24; Billyng (Mycull
Billynge) 20 1. 19.
Billingburgh 222 1. 27.
Bingham (Byngham), Wm., parson
of St John Zachary Lond., founds
(temp. H. vI) God's house in
Milne Street Cambridge 100, 251
1.4; to be prayed for at Christ's col-
lege 103 1. 3.

birds of prey not to be kept in col-
lege 102 1. 30.

Blagge, Mr 196 1. 21.
Blakburboty 35 l. 21.

Blen, hosp. of St John of (12 Mar.
23 H. III) 170 1. 8.

Bletsoe co. Beds. lady Margaret born
there 1 1. 13; seat of the Beau-
champs 2 1. 30, 3 n. 1 and 2; of
the St Johns 1. 8; a carpet work-
ed by lady Margaret with the
arms and matches of the St John
family kept there and often called
for by James I 5 l. 20 and n. 3.
Bokas, John, on vellum, limned 132
1. 37.

Bokenham, Wm. v. c. of Cambr.

150%, his accounts IIO-I.
Boleyn, Sir Tho. 237 1. 41.
Bolton, Jo. bladesmith of Bolton

Lanc., excepted from pardon 12
Oct. 25 H. iv 169 l. 19.
Bolton, Wm., prior of St Bartholo-
mews, employed on lady Mar-
garet's tomb 199 1. 1, 200 l. 14,
201 1. 6 and n. 1, 260 1. 22.
Boner, Ri. 228 l. I.

books 17 1. 11; chained 257 1. 45,
258 1. 17.

Bordeaux, constables of 169 1. 38.
Borstall 163 1. 5.

Boseley manor 20 l. II.
Boston 36 1. 7, 93 l. 30, 215 1. 25,

217 1. 6, 219 1. 44, 227 l. 42, 229
1. 23; gild of Corpus Christi
there, lady Margaret admitted a
member of (1502) 87 1. 1.
Bothe, Edm. of the jewel house 257
1. 14.

Bottesham (Bokes) 171 1. 35.
Bourn, Linc. 93 1. 30; Bourne
(Burne) park 217 1. 24, 219 l. 43,
222 1. 9, 223 1. 33, 228 1. 24;
Burne 227 1. 27; Bourne (Breune)
monastery of St Peter and St
Paul founded by lady Margaret
220 1. 28, 86 1. 7, 183 l. 2, 10,
236 1. 44.

Bourne Cambs. (Brumee, Brunne)
165 1. 31, 171 1. 32.
Bovetracy 35 1. 21.
Brabon, Jo. 215 1. 41.
Brackenbury (Brakenbury), Sir Rob.
235 1. 23, 42, 237 1. 16.

Bracy, Sir John, his wages for sing-
ing before our Lady of the pewe
56 1. 5.
Bradford, Wm. of Qu. coll. 250 1.
36.

Bray, lady 246 1. 15.

Bray, Sir Reg. a trustee to whom
estates were conveyed under Edw.
IV for lady Margaret's will 17 1.
4; trustee on her marriage with
lord Stanley 20 1. 9; steward of
her household engaged in the plot
for placing her son on the throne
23 1. 25, 32; privy councillor,
K. G. 32 1. 28; dies in 1503 33
1. 2; his life by Wm. Bray and
grants to him n. 1; has a licence
to found a chantry in Trin. ch.
Guildford 6 Febr. 148% 33 1. 23;
carries a salt of gold at prince
Arthur's christening 35 1. 15; at
Windsor at Whitsuntide 1488 42
1. 3; at Sheen at Christmas 1488
43 1. 8; commissioner to settle the
boundaries of Kesteven and Hol-
land 16 H. VII 63 1. 18; orders
arrears of rent to be paid to St
Alban's May 1501 65 1 29; sold
manors in Midds. to lady Mar-
garet 89 1. 8; 220 l. 4, 234 1. 16,
236 1. 24, 240 l. 45, 248 1. 30,
254 1. 18.
Brecknock, bp. Morton imprisoned
there 231. II; cession money paid
to lady Margaret for 61 1. 2.
breviary, Sarum, printed at lady
Margaret's expense by Pynson 87

1. 17.
Brightmede manor 26 n. 2.
Briknell the judge, nine yards of
cloth given to him for his counsel
208 1. 40.

Brittany, Henry of Richmond driven-
thither by stress of weather, re-
mains there during the reign of
Edw. IV 16 1. 12, 232 l. 44, 233
1. 1, 234; Hugh Conway sent to
him there 24 I. 5; the duke gives
help 1. 14; the Courtenays, lord
Welles, the marq. of Dorset, join
Henry there 1. 24.

Broke, Mr, serj. at law 202 1. 20,
226 1. 22.

Bromehall 259 1. 17, 22.
Bromehill 104 n. 4.
Bromlegh 196 1. 3.

Brooklee, John, to be prayed for at
Christ's college 103 1. 3.
Brudenell, Rob, serj. 223 1. 26.
Brumstone 162 1. 29.

Bryan, Reg., bp. of Worcester 98
1. 44 b.

Brykehed, Miles and Joan 228 1. 41.
Buckden, lady Margaret there in

1501 69 1. 18, 70 1. 10 (Buck-
doone).
Buckingham, Edw. duke of, bene-
factor to Qu. coll. 1505 250 1. 13.
Buckingham, Henry, duke of, see
Stafford.
Buckingham, Humphrey Stafford
first duke of, lady Margaret's
father-in-law, slain at Northamp-
ton 10 July 1460, bequeaths 400
marks to his son and daughter in
law 12 1. 3; his widow Ann mar-
ried Walter Blount lord Mount-
joy, whom she survived, dying
20 Sept. 1480, and bequeathing
4 books to lady Margaret 17 1.

6.

Bucton Vndertheblen 166 1. 13;

Bocton under the Blean 168 1. 31.
Budden, Jo. 234 l. 15.
bull of pope Innocent in favour of

St John's hospital 171-3; do. of
pope Clement 173 1. 34; of Inno-
cent IV in favour of royal chapels
173-4; of Nic. IV (? III) confirm-
ing the right of St John's hospital
to Horningsey vicarage 175 1. 12;
bulls for Chr. coll. 184 1. 29, 185
1. 30; for St John's 187 1. 11;
papal 247 1. 47.

Bulston hundred Som. 16 1. 24.
Burgavenny lord 226 l. 44.
Burgh, Sir Tho. 26 n. 1.
Burgoyn, John, auditor 202 1. 40;
Burgoyne, Jo. gent., bp. Stan-
ley's commissary for delivering St
John's hospital to the exors. 143
1. 24.

Burgoyne Wm. D.D. 145 l. 10.
Burscough priory 95 1. 24.

Burye, Jo. mayor of Cambridge 145

1. 20.

Bygot, servant of lady Margaret 83
1. 21.

Calais 66 1. 8, 67 1. 29; treasurers
and victuallers of 169 1. 34.
Caldecote in Cambs. 171 1. 32; in
Northants. 35 l. 29.
Calvert, secr., recommends by the

king's command (1622) a cook to
the grocers' company 70 1. 35 b.
Cambridge, lands in, given to St
John's hospital 36 Edw. III 165
1. 30; do. 12 July 21 Edw. III 166
1. 30, 36; 171 1. 31; dean of 176 1.
3, 177 1. 1; St Mary's church 1761.
28; vow of chastity taken by the
widow of Wm. Bernard (1385) in
the church of the friars minors 99
1. 7 b; foundation of Christ's coll.
100-4; God's house in Milne
Street 100 1. 5; removed to
Preachers' street 1. 10; 251 l. 4;

dole to the poor of St Botolph's
254 1. 26; gifts from the corpora-
tion in 1489 to lady Margaret
46-7; to her minstrels 1491 49
1. 27; university covenants 21 Jan.
1494 for an anniversary of Tho.
Barrow in St Mary's church 55 1.
14; disputes between town and
university in 1502 and 1503, and
two letters from the university to
lady Margaret 79-83; proctors'
accounts for letters written to her
by the vicar of Trumpington 83
1. 24; St Peter's without Trump-
ington gates appropriated to St
John's hospital 171 1. 28; speech
of bp. Fisher there 232 1. 20, 234
1. 36, 248 1. 45; H. VII there with
lady Margaret; his gifts 249 l. 5,
34; lady Margaret's visit (1505)
250 1. 27; designed foundation of
Christ's coll. 91-2; lady Mar-
garet's benefaction to St Mary's
97 1. 3; her visit to the university
1.5; her professorship 60, 89-90,
119 1. 25, 127 l. 12, 246 l. 27;
her preachership 93—4, 119 l. 25,
247 1. 42; university accounts
1502-3 mention letters to the
king's mother and wine given to
her counsellor Hormeston 881. 16;
proctors' accounts (150) 107-8;
visited by H. VII and Lady Mar-
garet (1506) 108 1. 5; university
dispenses with Dr Bekynshaw's
residence 1. 19; proctors' accounts
(150) 109 1. 32; hospital of St
John 109-110; charges in the
vicechancellor's accounts (1508)
II0-1; Cambridge from. Lon-
don, costs of journey 193 1. 36;
from Greenwich 1. 13; from Brom-
legh 196 1. 3.
Candlemas day 47 1. 25.
Canford 361.3; gt. C. manor 32 1. 10.
Canterbury, prior and chapter of,

confirm (13 Febr. 1518) the ap-
propriation of Ospringe hospital
to St John's coll. 161 1. 23; in-
denture (3 Nov. 11 H. VIII) with
St John's coll. relating to lands of
St Mary's Ospringe 162 1. 9.
Canwyke, Laur. 227 1. 7.
Capon, Dr. (?) 238 l. 41.
cards forbidden in college except at
Christmas 102 1. 31.
Carleton, Wm. 208 l. 13.
Carmarthen, Edmund earl of Rich-
mond buried in the house of grey
friars there 10 1. 8; Hen. VII
grants to the friars a yearly rent
of £8 for a daily chantry mass
and perpetual anniversary for his
father's soul II 1. 30.

Carnewell, Pet. of 178 1. 11.

Castile, Mary princess of 216 1. 11,
225 1. 42.
Catesasshe 35 1. 24.

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Catherine of Arragon, her marriage
with prince Arthur 71-3; 231 1.
21, 232 1. 4, 242 1. 39, 243 I. 3,
244 1. 9, 248 1. 27.

Caxton, lady Margaret there 97 1. 8.
Caxton, Wm., dedicates to lady

Margaret'the hystorye of kynge
Blanchardyne,' the translation of
a Fr. book which she had bought
of him 45-6.

Cecily, dau. of Edw. IV, wife of
visc. Welles 60 l. 30, 231 1. 38,
234 1. 29.

Cecyll, Ri. 227 1. 26.
Cesterfeld [or Westerfeld], Nic. of,
proctor of Reg. of Lynne 177 1.
6, 13.
Cestreton, Alex. of, clk. 176 l. 37.
chairs and carriages 41 n. I.
Chamber, Dr 216 l. 15, 226 l. 45.
chantries 1 1. 31, 33 1. 27, 59 l. 14,
22, 62 1. 2, 93 l. 12, 105 4 and
16, 106 1. 1, 107 1. 3, 120 l. 9,
121 1. 10, 127 1. 22; Gardiner in
Haweis Sketches of the Reforma-
tion 44; Cooper Ath. Cant. I
496 a; chantry priests taught
grammar 240 l. 23, 259 1. 28.
Chappell Brampton 222 I. 24.
Charlton Canvile 51 1. 9.
Charterhouse, the brethren of, admit
lady Margaret to confraternity 84
1. 6; Charterhouse London, be-
quest to 132 1. 24.

Chartham 162 1. 13, 166 1. 14.
chastity, vows of 97-8, 233 1. 36,
250 1. 46; see Lives of Phil. How-
ard, earl of Arundel, and of Anne
Dacres, his wife (1861) 198–201.
Chaucer, the Canterbury tales on
vellum 134 1. 21.

Cheap, the standard in 71 1. 17..
Chester, chamberlains of 169 1. 35.
Chesterford, Great 105 l. 9.
Chesthunt, (Cheshunt) 35 1. 26,
93 1. 27; the church appropriated
to Westminster abbey 62 1. 9.
Chiselhurst 220 1. 19.
Cholmondley (Cholmeley), Sir Ri..
216 1. 3, 222 1. 41.

Christ Church, London, lady Mar-
garet's bequest to 117 1. 15.
Christ's college, lady Margaret's in-
tended benefaction to Westmin-
ster diverted to its foundation 65
1. 17, 91-3, 247 1. 36; its mem-
bers to be preferred in the election
to the Margaret preachership 93
1. 34; foundation of 100-4, 119
1. 26; lands given to 121 1. 13;

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