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Durham, 240.

Canute, 91.

Pliny, 19.

from Chantry endowments, 327.

provided by hospitals, 136, 324.

University, 240, 261, 315, 323, 326.
Eylesbury, John, 196.

Eynsham, Abbot of, 85.

Monastery, 85.

FABER (or Smith), John, 199.

Fabricius, 40.

Fantosme, Jordan, 133.

Farburn, schoolmaster at, 199.

Farlington, Simon of, 135.

Farthinghoe, schoolmaster at, 244.

Feasts, 41, 144-55, X 74, 2 4 2 -

Fees, school, 139, 172, 174, 184, 196,
210, 211.

Felar, Richard, 298.

Felicianus, 26.

Felix, Bishop, 4.

Fettiplace, Sir William, 300.

ffarington, 207.
j Sir Henry, 299.
I Fincham Grammar School, 168.

Finchingfield School, 325.

Fisher, Bishop, 282.
| Fisherton Anger, Cryour's Chantry,

327-

! Fitzjames, Richard, Bishop, 285.

| Fitzneal, Richard, Bishop, 112.

! Fitzstephen's Description of London,

138, 144.
Flogging, 14, 15, 17, 21, 89, 306,

307-
Flower, Edmund, 290.

William, 211.
Foster, John, 199.
Fotheringhay College, 241.

Fox, Richard, Bishop, 242, 282, 293.



INDEX



339



Free Schools, ng, 132, 156, 208, 243-
6, 254, 255, 261, 270, 274, 275,
281, 284, 290, 291, 295-9, 317,
319, 323, 324, 326, 328.

French, English substituted for, 196.

talking in schools, 181, 195.

translation into English, 199.
Fulgentius, 60.

Fuller, Matthew, 229.

Fulmerston, Sir Robert, 123.

Furness Abbey, Grammar and Song

Schools in, 226.
Furnivall, Dr., The Babees' Book, 306.

GALENS, 29.

Games, 140, 146, 174.

Gardiner, Bishop, 232.

Garendon Monastery, almonry boys at,

233-

Garlandia, Johannes de, 306.
Garton, Stephen of, 182.
Gasquet, Abbot, 234.
Gaunt, John of, register, 253.
Gelasius, Pope, 25.
Gerontius, 42.
Gibson, Edward, 269.
Gibsson, Avice, 328.

Nicholas, 328.
Giffard, Archbishop, 171.

Godfrey, Bishop, 126, 169.
Giggleswick Grammar School, 276.
Gilbert, Abbot of Westminster, 96.
Gild at Bury St. Edmunds, 120, 188.
Saffron Walden, 285.

Schools, 197, 202, 211, 241, 244,

268, 288, 292, 293, 323-5.
Giles, Dr., Edition of Aldhelm's letters,

38.

Gilson, Mr., 95.
Giraldus Cambrensis,'i3o.
Girls' Education, 89.
Glasney Collegiate Church, 152, 166.
Glastonbury Church, 79, 80.
Glomery, Master of, 157, 171, 172, 180.
Gloucester, Bishops of: see names

Giffard, Godfrey, Wakefield,

Henry.

Collegiate Church at, 115, 125.

Humphrey, Duke of, 251.

St. Peter's Abbey Almonry School,

226, 233.

School, 115, 125-7, 2 37. 3 12 -

Thomas, Duke of, 321.

William, Earl of, 128.
Goda, 125.

God's House, Cambridge, 201, 256.
Godshill Chantry School, 326.
Goldsmiths' Company made school

trustees, 245, 246.
St. Dunstan patron saint of,

84.



Goldyngton, John, 268.

Thomas, 268.
Gonzaga, Cecilia, 249.

Marquis of, 252.
Goscelin, 67.
Graces, the, 286.
Grammar, /Elfric's, 85.

definition of, 250.

degree in, 143.

Donatus', see name.

jests on, 87.

Lily's, see name.

Priscian's, see name.

Schools, passim.

attached to churches, 158.

class attending, 207.

differentiated from Song Schools,

6.

function of, 15-17.

number of, 266.

necessary for religious teaching,

3-

Stanbridge's, see name.

uniformity prescribed, 309.

versified, 304.

Grandison, Bishop, 152, 193, 194.

Grantham School, 192.

Gratian, 20.

Gravesend, Richard of, 216.

Great Baddow Grammar School, 211.

Greek, at St. Paul's School, 280.

Saffron Walden School, 286.

Winchester and Eton, 247, 280.

disappearance of, 20.

introduced into schools, 246.

learning, 21, 22.

reappearance of, 20.

schools, 14-18.
Gregorian chant, 6.
Gregory of Nyssa, 9.

of Nazianzus, 10-12.
Tours, 28, 29.

the Great, 2, 28-30, 60, 87.
Gregory's Pastoral Care, 70, 72.
Grey of Ruthyn, Richard, Lord, 260.
Greyndour, Robert, 267.

Griffith, John, 326.
Grimsby School, 192.
Grocyn, William, 209, 247.
Grosseteste, Bishop, 145.
Guarino, Battista, 247.
Guildford Grammar School, 283.
Gundulf, Bishop, 98.
Gunthorpe, Thomas, 298.
Gurney, William of, 192.
Guthlac, St., 50.
Guthrum, 76, 79.
Gymming, 115.

HADDON, Walter, 306.

Hadrian, Abbot, 31, 33, 37, 38, 53.



340 THE SCHOOLS OF MEDIEVAL ENGLAND



Hadrian, Emperor, ig.

Haigh, William, 299.

Hales, John, 316.

Half-free school, 172, 267.

Halle, Richard atte, 189.

Halton, Bishop, 170.

Hamlyn, John, 237.

Hampton, John of, 176.

Hamundson, John, 244.

Hancok, John, 224.

Hardyng, Robert, 127, 128.

Harleston by Redenhall School, 168.

Harman, Richard, 318.

Harold, King, 93.

Harper, William, 122.

Harpsfield, Nicholas, 247.

Harrison, John, 172.

Harrow School, 206.

Harthacnut, King, 93.

Hastings Collegiate Church, 115, 321.

Hatfield, John, 285.

Haverfield, Professor, 25.

Haveryll, William, 285.

Heath, Archbishop, 283.

Heathfield, battle of, 6.

Heavenfield, battle of, 6.

Hebblethwaite, Robert, 296.

Hebrew to be taught, 328.

Hechbert, 54.

Hedde, Bishop, 40, 41, 42, 146.

Hee, John of, 211.

Helmsley, schoolmaster at, 178.

Heloise, 89, 129.

Hemenhale, Joan of, 142.

Hemingborough Grammar School, 211.

Hemsworth School, 328.

Henley-on-Thames School, 243.

Henrison, William, 184.

Henry I, 40, 76, 103, 105, 115, 120, 121.

II, 93, 125, 133.

IV, 240.

V, 211, 240, 251.

VI, 143, 243, 251, 257, 259, 260,

308.

VIII, 3, 277, 293, 310, 320, 321,

329, 332.

Dean of Canterbury, 98.
Henryson, Robert, 298.
Heracles the priest, n.
Herbert, Lord, 277.
Hereford, Bishop Putta of, 6, 44.

bishopric established, 44.

Cathedral Grammar School, 164, 330.

Statutes, 163.

Herefordshire, population of, 330.

school supply, 330.
Heribald, Abbot, 47.
Herluin, 97, 99.
Herman, 91.
Hermon, William, 322.
Hernost, Bishop, 98.



Hertehill, Adam, 200.

Herton, Richard of, 203.

Hexham, Bishops of: see names Acca,

Aidan, Beverley, John of; Eata,

Ethelbert, Wilfrid.

library at, 48.
- School, 48, 64.

Heytesbury Grammar School, 272-4.

Hospital, 272.

Higden's Polychronicon, 181, 196.
Higham Chantry School, 299.
Higham Ferrers College School, 253,

3*9-

Highbank, Ralph of, 112.
Hilarius, 60.
Hilda, Abbess, 44, 47.
Hilderic, King, 26.
Hoddesdon School, 307.
Holbeach Chantry, 323.

David, 235.

Gwenwhyvar, 235.
Holden, William, 298, 325.
Holgate, Robert, Archbishop, 296, 328.
Holidays, school, 307-9.

Holyrood, 134.
Homer, 15, 22, 23.
Honorius, Archbishop, 4, 20.

Pope, 36.

Ill, 156.

Horace, 13, 15, 23, 42, 196, 301, 304,

316.

Horman, William, 7, 247, 289.
Hornby School, 299.
Horncastle School, 192.
Hornchurch School, 325.
Horsham Grammar School, 290.
Hospitals providing exhibitions, 135,

136, 324-

Houghton Regis School, 298.
House, Walter, 265.
Howden Collegiate Church Grammar
School, 166.

Song School, 166, 199.

Huddilston, Jane, Lady, 227.

Sir John, 227.

Hugh, Precentor of York, 108, 109.
Hugucio, books of, 173, 215.

Scholastic Discipline, 250.
Hulme, Ralph, 297.
Humanism, 248.
Hungerford, Margaret, Lady, 272.

Robert, Lord, 272.

Walter, Lord, 272.
Hunt, Rev. W., 86, 103.
Huntingdon Collegiate Church, 121.

School, 121.
Hwcetbert, 50.
Hyllarius, Dean, 122.

INCENT, Andrew, 291.

John, 291.



INDEX



34i



Ingleby, William, 240.
Ingulf of Croyland, 92, 141.
Innocent III, 133.

Bull of, 132.

- IV, 165.
lona, 48.

Ipswich School, 172, 198.
Irish, learning of the, 48.
Isidore of Seville, 43.

Seville's De natura rerum, 95.

Ixworth Priory, almonry boys at, 223.

JAMES I, 243.

deacon, 32, 46.

Mr. M. R., 95.
Jarrow Monastery, 49, 54.
Jebb, Sir Richard, 136.
Jenyns, Sir Stephen, 281.
Jerome, 3, n, 13, 29, 60, 280.
Jesus College, Cambridge, 226.
Jews expelled from Bury, 119.

school for, 128.
Jocius, or Jossy, 135.
John, King, 125.
Joichel, John, 133.
Jolyf, Thomas, 242.
Judith, 69, 71.
Julian, Emperor, 13, 20.
Justus, 5.

Juvenal, i, 13, 21, 42.
Juvencus, 43, 61.

KEIGHLKY School, 323.
Kelsay, Walter of, 182.
Kemp, John, Archbishop, 255.
Kent, 2, 4, 32.

John of, 112.
Kenulf, Bishop, 86.
Keston, Roger, 265.
Keyley, James, 299.
Keynsham Abbey, 128.
Kidderminster, Richard of, 228.
Kille, Thomas, 211.

King's College, Cambridge, 253, 258.
Kingsley Chantry School, 299.
Kingston-on-Thames Almonry School,
218.

Public School, 218.

Kinnersley School, 325, 330.

Kinoulton School, 170.

Kinver School, 298.

Kirkoswald Collegiate Church Schools,

299.
Kitchin, Dean, History of Winchester,

68, 148.
Kneesall School, 299.
Knight's Life of Colet, in, 277.
Kyrkeham, Thomas of, 177.

LACTANTIUS, 23, 61, 280.
Lacy, Ilbert of, 115.



Lancaster, schoolmaster of, 177.
Lanchester Collegiate Church, 167.
Lane, John, 217.
Lanfert, 67.

Lanfranc, Archbishop, 35, 96-103.
Langley, Thomas, Bishop, 239.
Lateran Council, 112, 132, 133, 156.
Latin, learning, 2, 21, 22, 248.

pronunciation of, 87, 88, 161.

talking, 173, 181, 195.

translation of, 103, 196.

verse, 41, 42.
Launomaurus (St. Lomer), 29.
Laurence, priest, 30, 34.
Lavenham School, 324.

Lay headmasters, 244, 279.

Leche, John, 285, 287.

Ledbury, boarding-school at, 325, 330.

Leder, John, 299.

Legh, Gwalter, 299, 323.

Leicester School, 77, 78, 176.

Leipzig, St. Thomas's School, 154.

Leke, John, 324.

Leland, 235.

Leominster School, 325.

Leontius, 24.

Leprosy, 320,

Leuesham, John, 198.

Leutherius, see Eleutherius.

Lever, Robert, 299.

W. H., 299.

Lewes, Cluniac Priory at, 176.

School, 176, 284.
Lewsay, Roger, 244.
Leyland School, 299.
Libraries, division of, 28.
Library at Hexham, 48.

Winchester College, 306.

York, 60.

Licence for serfs to send sons to school,
206.

to teach school, 113, 121, 133, 156,

285, 286.

Examination for, 180.

Lichfield, Bishops of: see names Chad,

St. ; Smith, Wynfrid.
Lichfield Grammar School, 301.

see of, 43, 65.
Ligh, Sir John, 326.
Light, Sir Nicholas', 153.

the scholars', 130.
Lilleshull Monastery, boys in, 233.
Lily, William, 247, 272, 278.
Lily's Carmen Monitorittm, 301.

Grammar, 243, 272, 301, 309.
Lincoln, Bishops of: see names Aln-

wick, Grosseteste, Longland,
John.

Cathedral, Charter of, 108.

choristers, 159, 216, 236.

Statutes, 159.



342 THE SCHOOLS OF MEDIEVAL ENGLAND



Lincoln Episcopal Register, 156.

School, 156, 186, 201.
Lincolnshire, schools in, 192.
Lindisfarne, see at, 48.
Liverpool Grammar School, 298.
Livius Andronicus, 15.

Llandaff, Bishop of, Holgate, Robert,

296.

Llangadock Collegiate Church, 167.
Llanthony Abbey, 125.

Prior of, 237.

Loftie's History of London, 57.
Logic, a school subject, 139.
taught to Winchester monks, 229.

teaching discouraged, 270.
Lollardry, 238.

London, Bishops of : see names Bel-
meis, Richard de ; Fitzjames,
Richard ; Fitzneal, Richard ;
Maurice, Newport, Richard of ;
Sigillo, Robert de.

London Cathedrals : St. Paul's, 133 ;
Westminster Abbey, 143.

Churches : Allhallows the Great,

266, 267 ; St. Andrew's, Holborn,
266, 267 ; St. Mary's, Colechurch,
266 ; St. Peter's, Cornhill, 266.

Hospitals : see names St. Anthony's

Hospital, St. Ban holomew's ; St.
Katherine - by - the - Tower ; St.
Thomas Aeon.

Population of, 330.

Schools : see names Cornhill ; St.

Anthony's ; St. Dunstan's-in-the-
East; St. Martin's-le-Grand ; St.
Mary-le-Bow ; St. Paul's; see also
Westminster.

Stephen of, 169.
Longespee, Nicholas, Bishop, 217.
Longland, John, Bishop, 243.
Louth School, 177, 192.
Lozinga, Herbert, Bishop, 123, 225.
Lubin, St., 29.

Lucan, 43, 61.

Lucina, St. Laurence in, 176.

Lucretius, 16.

Ludlow Grammar School, 202, 321.

Lufwick Chantry School, 321.

Lupton, Roger, 294, 295, 307.

Lupus, Abbot of Ferrieres, 64.

Lybbe, John, 273.

Lye Free School, 324.

Lyndessye, John of, 202.

Lyons Grammar School, 25.

Lysons' Britannia, 124.

MABAN, 48.

Mabillon, 54, 56.

Macclesfield Grammar School, 245.

Macrinus, 24.

Magdalen College, Oxford, 193, 247. i



Magdalen College, Oxford, Demyes at,
270.

School, 270, 271.

Maidstone College, 209.

Richard of, 170.
Maidulph, 37, 39.
Maine, Geoffrey of, 116.
Malban, Hamlet, 268.
Maldon, Merton scholars at, 165.

School, 211.

Malim, William, 153, 264, 307.
Malmesbury School, 37-40, 177, 326.

William of, 37-40, 67, 98, 104, 120.
Malpas Grammar School, 320.
Malton, Old, School, 328.
Manchester Grammar School, 271,

296-8.
Manners in school, 305.

Sir Richard, 321.
Mansel, John, 202.

Mantua, Palace School at, 247.

Mantuanus, Baptista, 280.

Marcellus, 24.

March, Edmund, Earl of, 240.

Margaret, Queen of France, 250.

Marlborough, schoolmaster of, 177.

Marldon Grammar School, 327.

Marlow, Great, schoolmaster at, 325.

Marmion, Lady, 152.

Marsh, William of, Bishop, 178.

Marshall, William, 299.

Mary, Queen, 293, 323, 324.

Mathematics, 41.

Matilda, Queen, 136.

Mattersey, schoolmaster at, 323.

Matthew, Abbot, 99.

Maundy, 99.

Maurice, Bishop, 108.

Mean, Aylward, 127.

Bristoic, 127.
Mellers, Agnes, 284.
Mellitus, 5, 30.
Melton, John, 208.
Menander, 24.
Menestheus, 24.

Mercers' Company School, 267, 319.
trustees of Farthinghoe School,

244.

Horsham School, 290.

St. Paul's School, 244,

277, 279.

Mercia, schools of, 43-5, 65.
Merton College, foundation of 165.
Grammar School, 165, 171-4,

195-7-

Walter of, 165.

Mettingham Collegiate Church, 210.
Middleton Grammar School, 239.
Milan, school at, 26.
Mildmay, Sir Walter, 293.
Miles, Park, 273.



INDEX



343



Milo, 125.

Milton Abbas School, 299.
Minster, the term, 36, 57, 80.
Modi, Jane, igi.

Monasteries, almonries (see under) boys
in, 100.

dissolution of, 122, 123, 311, 329.

no public education in, 29.

numbers in, 50, 102.

pre- Reformation schools not in, 320.
Monastery, school kept to raise funds

for, 98.
Monastic schools, 35, 84, 137, 231-4,

3".

Monks, ignorance of Latin of, 228.

mostly unlearned, 50, 52.

not architects, 98.

school kept by a, 96, 97.
Monopoly of Eton College, 258.

London schools, in, 112, 264,

265.

attack on, 266.

schoolmaster, 112, 121, 237.

Monoux, Sir George, 328.
Monteagle, Lord, 299.
Moray, Bishop of, 158.
More, Sir Thomas, 262, 329.

Thomas, 237, 238.
Morley, Agnes, 284.
Morpeth Grammar School, 322.
Morrow-mass priest, 268, 281.
Morteval, Roger of, Bishop, 217.
Mosellanus, 154, 305.
Mountney, Sir John, 211.
Mountroy, New College of, 162.
Mullens, Adam, 267.
Mullinger, Bass, 136, 138, 283.
Mulsho, William of, 142.
Muscham, John, 201.

Music in church, 32.

necessary to grammar, 16.
Muston, Robert of, 192.

NANTES, Richard of, 184.
Narbonne, school at, 24.
Navarre, College of, 195, 205.

Queen Joan of, 195, 205.
Nebridius, 22.

Neckham, Alexander, 86, 99, 116, 117,
118, 138.

Roger, 233.

Netherbury Grammar School, 326.
New College, Oxford, Boy-bishop at,

149.
Choral scholars at, 236.

- Foundation of, 201, 203, 204.

Greek lectures at, 247.
Newark Grammar School, 163.
Ncwland Grammar School, 172, 267.
Newnham Priory, 122.
Newport, Richard of, Bishop, 215.



Newport (Salop) Grammar School, 267.
Newton, Lord, 299, 323.
Niccoli, Niccolo dei, 271.
Nikke, or Nix, Bishop, 225.
Nobles, schools for, 75.
Normanton School, 323.
Northallerton Grammar School, 197-9.

Song School, 198.
Northampton, Hugh of, 169.

School, 157.

University, 158.
Northumberland, Countess of, 152.

Earl of, school in house of, 149.
Northumbria, schools of, 46-66.
Norton, Godfrey of, 168.
Norwich, Almonry School at, 224.
Norwich, Bishops of: see names Loz-

inga, Herbert ; Nikke, or Nix, Suf-
field.

St. Gile' Hospital, 168, 321, 322.

School, 133, 167, 168, 224, 312.
Nottingham School, 79, 170, 284.
Novices' schools, 102.

Nowel, Alexander, 239.
Nowell Smith, Mr., 43.
Noyau, boy-bishop at, 154.
Nuneaton, schoolmaster at, 324.
Nut-gathering, 264.

ODIHAM Grammar School, 326.

Offa, King, 65.

Oftfor, Bishop, 44.

Oldham, Bishop, 271, 297.

Olyver, John, 129.

Oman, Professor, i, 25, 77.

Ordericus Vitalis, 78, 113, 114.

O[a]re, William of, 190.

Orford Chantry School, 299.

Oriel College, Oxford, 261, 263.

Origen, 9, n.

Orleans, glomerians at, 172.

Orosius, 43, 60.

Osbern's Life of Dunstan, 81, 88.

Oschenden, William of, no.

Oseney Abbey, 130.

Osgood Cnoppe, 94.

Osmund, Bishop, 104, 105.

institution of, 106.
Ospring Free School, 326.
Osric, King, 44.
Oswald, King, 6, 45, 48.

St., 99.

Oswestry Grammar School, 235.

Oswy, King, 43, 49.

Ottery St. Mary Collegiate Church, 152,

194.
Grammar School, 194,

319.

Oundle School, 241.
Ousefleet, Thomas of, 142.
Ouuin, 50.



344 THE SCHOOLS OF MEDIEVAL ENGLAND



Ovid, 42.

Owston School, 298.

Oxford, All Souls College, 19, 253.

Collegiate church schools at, 77, 130,

131-

Corpus Christi College, 242.

Exeter College, 193.

Faculty of Grammar at, 174.

Grammar schools organized, 179-

81.

Magdalen College, 193, 247.

Merton College, 165.

New College, 201.

Oriel College, 261.

Queen's College, 195.

University, 92, 129, 130.

students, 102.

secession of, 157, 158.

PAGET, Sir William, 318.
Paget's Bromley School, 324.
Pantaenus, 10, n.
Pappol, Bishop, 29.
Paris, House of the Poor Scholars of
the Louvre, 136.

St. Mary's Hospital, 135.

School of Notre Dame, 130.
Ste. Genevieve, 130.

University, 26, 118, 129, 131, 132,

139-

Chancellor of, 132.

College of Navarre, 192, 205.

St. Honore, 136.

the Sorbonne, 165.

Oriental, 165.

Parker, Matthew, Archbishop, 240.
Partney School, 192.
Passevant, John, 188.
Paston, young, 260.
Pate, Richard of, 325.
Pathnell, Richard, 269.
Paulinus, 6, 46.

of Nola, 61.
Payn, Walter, 286.

Peckham, Archbishop, 168, 170, 172,

176, 189.
Pecthelm, 40.
Pembridge, Fulk of, 239.

Isabel of, 239.
Pencrych, Richard, 196.
Penda of Mercia, 6, 36, 43.
Penkridge Collegiate Church School,

197-

Peonnum, battle of, 39.
Percy, Henry Earl of, Northumberland,

211.

Percyvale, Sir John, 245.
Pergamus, school at, 14.
Perigueux, school at, 25.
Perot, John, 298.
Perotti, Nicholas, 249.



Persius, 43, 95, 140.

Pert, Roger, 128.

Peter, Master, 94.

Peterborough Cathedral Grammar

School, 312.

Peterhouse, Cambridge, 166.
Peters, Mr., 306.
Petit-Pont, Adam du, 117.
Petrarch, 246, 249.
Petties' master, 291.
Philippa, Queen, 195, 218.
Philosophy, schools of, n.
Phoca, 43, 63.
Phoebicius, 24.
Pickering School, 323.
Piers Plowman, 62.
Pigot, Walter, 192.
Pigun, Robert, 118.

William, 118.
Pius II, Pope, 249.

Plague, the, 31, 195, 198, 201-3.

Plautus, 15.

Plegmund, Archbishop, 71.

Pleshey Collegiate Church, 321.

Pliny, 43, 61.

Plummer, John, 189.

Charles, 4, 39, 40, 44, 50, 53, 54.
Plutarch, 15, 18.

Pocklington Grammar School, 148, 288.

Podesay, John, 198.

Poggio, 64.

Poitou, school at, 24.

Poklynton, William, 143.

Pole, Cardinal, 222, 273, 293.

Michael de la, 254.
Pollard, Professor, 291.
Pcmpeius Maurus, 62.

Trogus, see Sergius.
Pontefract Collegiate Church, 115.
Poole, Dr., 106.

Poore, Bishop, 108.

Pope, Sir Thomas, 247.

Popes : see names Alexander III,

Eugenius II, Gelasius, Gregory

the Great.
Popes : Honorius.
III.

Innocent III.
IV.

Pius II.

Urban VI.
Population, 329, 330.
Porthous, William, 229.
Portsmouth, William of, 171.
Potinger, John, 229.

Potter Hanworth, rector of, 156.
Poverty of scholars, 206, 207, 231.
Prioress's Tale, the, 137.
Priscian's grammar, 27, 43, 62, 250.
Proba, 43.
Probus of Beyrut, 61.



INDEX



345



Prosody, 41.

Prosper of Aquitaine, 61.
Prudentius, 43.
Pullen, Robert, 130.
Pupils, private, 250, 256.
Putta, Bishop, 6, 44.
Pynbrygge, Edmund, 229.
Pynchebek, Gilbert, 244.
Pynson, Richard, 306.

QUADRIVIUM, the, 139.

Queens' College, Cambridge, 323.

Queen's College, Oxford, 195, 300.

school attached, 195.

Quintilian, 15-19, 21, 64, 247, 250.

RADCLIFF, William, 292.

Raine, James, 56.

Ramsey, Abbot of, 206.

Randal, John, 245.

" Ranks, the ", 92.

Rashdall, Dr., 129, 171.

Ratcliffe Highway Free School, 328.

Rayleigh School, 211.

Read, Sir Bartholomew, 246.

Reading Abbey, 120.

Almonry School, 218.

Dissolution of, 311.

School, 271, 311.
Redvers, Baldwin of, 122.

Richard of, 122.
Renaissance, the, 246-51.
Retford, East, School, 298.
Rhetoric, a school subject, 139.

Schools of, 10, 12, 17, 18.
Richard I, 117.

II, 222.

Richmond (Yorks) Grammar School,

323-

Rightwise, William, 247.
Ripon, church of secular canons, 49.

Monastery, 48.

- School, 49, 79, 200.
Rive (Ryves), Richard, 291.
Robert, Duke of Normandy, 103.
Rochester, Bishops of: see names
Fisher, Gundulf, Hernost, Tobias.

Cathedral School, 5, 6, 133, 312.
Rock School, 298.

Rockley, Sir Robert, 243.
Rogerson, James, 287.
Rolleston School, 288.

Thomas, 288.
Romaldkirk School, 323.
Roman law, 41.

schools, 14-30.

students, 22.
Romanus, Archbishop, 170.
Romsey, Thomas, 208.
Rote, John, 285.
Rotherham, Jesus College, 275.



Rotherham, Jesus College, three schools
attached, 275.

Thomas, Archbishop, 149, 275, 276.
Rous, Lady de, 152.

Rows, John, 240, 251.
Rudham School, 168.
Rutter, Henry, 321.
Rykkes, John, 224.

ST. ALBAN'S Almonry School, 218.

Grammar School, 115-9, 179,

184-8.
St. Andrew's, Holborn, petition for

school at, 266, 267.
St. Anthony's Hospital, 260.

Grammar School, 143, 260,

262, 263-6.

Song School, 261.

St. Augustine's Monastery, 32, 34.

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 265, 321.

disputations at, 262.

St. Botulph's Monastery, 53.

St. Cross Hospital, Winchester, 134.

St. Dunstan's-in-the-East School, 266.

St. Gall Monastery, 146.

St. John's College, Cambridge, scholar-
ships at, 288, 294-6.

St. John in Colne, free chapel, 327.

St. Katharine's Hospital by the Tower,
136.

at. Martin of Tours, 28.

St. Martin's-le-Grand, Chantry in, 142.

Collegiate Church, 113.

School, in, 112, 142, 160.

St. Mary's, Colechurch, petition for
school at, 266.

St. Mary-le-Bow, school of, in, 112,
142, 143, 160.

St. Michael-upon-Wyre School, 299.

St. Nicholas of Myra, 147, 253.

Nicholas' Light, 153.

Pence, 256.

St. Osmund, Institution of, 161.

St- Paul's Cathedral, 133.

Almonry School, 214, 215.

boy-bishop at, 149, 151, 154.

Canons of, 141.

choristers, 214.

Statutes, 159, 278.

School, 6, 105, 141, 154, 244,

246, 262, 266, 277-81.

master, 109-13, 133, 272.

Petties' master, 291.

St. Thomas Aeon Hospital, 262, 266,
267, 319.

Saffron Walden School, 285.

Trinity Gild, 285.

aham Toney School, 169.

Salaries of schoolmasters, 20, 109, 196,
211, 218, 231, 239, 240, 243,
245, 2 46, 254, 255, 256, 259,



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261, 267, 269, 270, 273, 275,
288, 290, 292, 297, 315, 317,
318, 319, 323, 325, 326, 328.

Salaries of school ushers, 196, 297, 315,

3i7-
Salerno, Fabian of, 118.

Robert of, 118.

University, 118, 129.

Salisbury, Bishops of : see names
Bingham, Robert ; Bridport, Giles
of; Hubert; Jocelyn ; Longespee,
Nicholas; Morteval, Roger of; Os-
mund, St. ; Poore.

Salkeld, William, 170.

Sallust, 23, 29, 43.

Saltash, schoolmaster at, 327.

Sampson, Abbot, 92, 99, 119.

Alice, 178.
Sampson, Bishop, 115.
Sancton, Geoffrey of, 182, 183.
Sandys, Dr., 26.

Savine, Professor Alexander, 230, 232,

234-

Saxon School, life at a, 88-91.
Scholars, disputations of, 262.

numbers of, 330.

rank of, at Eton, 259.
Winchester, 231. '

street-shows of, suppressed, 264.
School, earliest literary picture of, 14.

oldes', 56.

origin of term, 14.
School-books, 17, 22, 23, 26, 51, 85, 95,

116, 154, 173, 174, 196, 215, 276,
280, 301-6, 316.
Schoolmaster, burnt for heresy, 211.

called Scholasticus, 109.

murder by, 199.

outlawed, 200.

the Chancellor, 58, 107, 108.
Schoolmasters, advice to, 289.

almonry, 216-21, 223-9.

Appointments of, by Bishops, 168,

169, 170.

Chapters, 192, 199, 201.

Gild, 243.

Henry IV, 254.

Prior of Durham, 198,

199, 201.

many married, 244, 253, 276.

monopoly of, 112, 121, 237.

not to be in holy orders, 244, 279.

numbers of, 131.

position of, 64, 188.

salary of, see Salaries.

scarcity of, 257.

substitution of Norman for English,

103.

Schools, Almonry, see names Bishops',
Boarding, Catechetical, Cathedral,
Chantry, Elementary, Free, Gild,



Grammar, Greek, Monastic,
Nobles', Novices', Philosophy,
Rhetoric, Roman, Saxon, Song,
Theological, Town, University.
Schools, endowment of, see Endowment.

internal economy of, 171-4, 306.

part of Cathedral foundations, 108,

156.

I Collegiate Church founda-
tions, 113.

rectors and vicars to attend, 156.
i re-foundation of, 311.

t revival and augmentation of, 281-7,
292, 297, 298.

supply of, 329.

ubiquity of, 131.
School Statutes, see Statutes.
Scovill, John, 211.

Scrope, Sir Stephen, 152.

Seaford School, 197.

Secular clergy at Canterbury, 34.



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