A History of the University of Cambridge, Its Colleges, Halls and Public Buildings; In Two Volumes Volume 1

A History of the University of Cambridge, Its Colleges, Halls and Public Buildings; In Two Volumes Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1815 edition. Excerpt: ...tive is in some cases limited." But in The Interpreter, under the word Prerogative, the author says, " Now for these regalities which are of the highest nature, there is not one that belongeth to " the most absolute prince which doth not belong to our king." in or near that city; or otherwise to the sheriff of the county where they should ' Corbett, Knight, of Sprawston, in the county of Norfolk. He was Vice-Chancellor in 1613. The portrait in the Master's lodge represents him as a handsome black man. 20. THOMAS EDEN, LL. D. 1626. He was born at South Hanningfield, in Essex. He was Chancellor of the diocese of Ely, Commissary of Westminster and St. Edmund's-Bury, as also one of the Masters in Chancery. He presided in this hall for twenty years. He died in London, July 18, 1645. 21. ROBERT KING, LL.D. October 28, 1645; displaced by the Parliament in the same year. 22. JOHN BOND, LL.D. 1645. He was born at Dorchester, and was for some time Lecturer in Exeter. His puritanical violence caused him to be made Preacher of the Savoy, and one of the Assembly of Divines. On the llth of December, 1645, he became Master of the Savoy; and was chosen Master of this college, after the appointment had been refused by Mr. Selden. VVood calls this Dr. Bond "an impudent, canting, and blasphemous person, who, by his " doctrine, did lead people to rebellion, advance the cause of Satan much, and, " in fine, by his and the endeavours of his brethren, brought all things to ruin, " merely to advance their unsatiable and ambitious desires.' He appears also to have been a recruiter for the Long Parliament, though one of their divines. He retired from the mastership upon the restoration of Charles II.; and...show more

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