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VOL. XLVII



COLLECTANEA
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OXFORD: HORACE HART
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COLLECTANEA



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PREFACE



When this volume was projected the editorship was
entrusted to the late Professor York Powell, but he was
unable to take an active part in its preparation before his
lamented death on May 8, 1904. After that event the
Committee undertook joint responsibility for the general
editorship, and owing to the cordial co-operation of the
separate contributors have been more fortunate than was
the editor of the first volume of these Collectanea.

As before, the several parts have been arranged in chrono-
logical order, but it would require the unique powers of the
late Professor to evolve any sequence of thought as one
passes from part to part. The present writer will confine
himself to an attempt to place clearly before the reader the
kind of material which he may expect to find in these pages
and the special interest of each.

I. The first detailed survey of the city is in the Hundred
Rolls of 1279, printed by the Record Commission in 181 3-8.
But the roll is there printed by the large divisions into wards,
and thereunder according to owners, whereas the unit in sub-
sequent surveys is by the more familiar divisions of parishes.
The whole has, therefore, been neatly handled by Miss Graham,
a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, who, after affixing
a consecutive number to every entry in the original roll, has
placed each under its parish, and in lieu of the crabbed record
type of the printed edition, which concealed rather than indi-
cated the grammatical terminations of the Latin, has written
out each sentence in full, after comparing it with the original



VI



PREFACE



membranes in the Public Record Office. No part of the
original is omitted, and some outlying parts which are now
within the city boundaries have been added. The Society
owes a debt of gratitude to the careful and conscientious work
contributed by Miss Graham. It may be noted that in
normal entries there are given the tenant, a description of the
holding, the owner, the rent, and the estimated real value.
With the help of the lucid arrangement and the index it
is hoped that Oxford topographers will be able to make
fuller use of this important document than heretofore.

II. The destruction of stained glass and of ecclesiastical
monuments in Oxford during the Civil War has been lamented
by many writers, from Antony Wood onward, and is all the
more grievous because it was not done in fair fight during
the siege, so much as through the vandalism of soldiers of the
garrison. One Royalist officer, however, has done much to fill
the place of these lost records by sedulously copying such as
were still to be seen in the winter of 1643-4, no doubt amid
the jeers of his idler comrades. The notes are preserved
in the British Museum, and all such as supplement or correct
Wood's later church notes have been accurately reproduced by
Miss Graham, every omission being noted by square brackets
with due references. In other cases square brackets contain
a blazon of such arms as are given in Symonds's notes in trick :
while the footnotes add some later information of about 1659.
It will be seen that a considerable addition is made to our
knowledge of monuments in Oxford which perished in the
disturbed times of the seventeenth century ^ No part, it is
believed, has been previously printed.

III. The Consecration services of Lincoln, Brasenose, and
Queen's College Chapels, in 1631, 1666, and 1717 respectively,
supply a type of English liturgiology not readily met with
elsewhere in print. On each occasion Consecration, and not

' It may be noted that on October 6, 1905, a brassof Ilcnry Huchenson of 1573,
which has long been reyartleil as lost, was iliscovereil in the Chapel of St. John's
College behind some woodwork, by Mr. V'yvyan Hope.



PREFACE vii

merely Dedication, was effected : and in the case of Brasenose
the Cloister was at the same time consecrated as a ' cemetery
of the chapel of St. Hugh and St. Chad.' It is noticeable
that only at Brasenose is the Bishop of the Diocese allowed
to act as Consecrator in his own right : and even this may
have been an informality, for at Lincoln the Bishop acknow-
ledges that the whole College is outside his jurisdiction, and
that (as at Queens's) the Visitor of the College is the proper
Consecrator.

IV. The gossipy account of Oxford institutions and society
in 1683-6, given by Thomas Baskerville of Sunningwell, is of
an unusual kind, as conveying the impressions of a country
squire about the neighbouring University, of which he was not
himself a member. He gives lists of his personal friends in
the various colleges, and notes of contemporary life and
customs of considerable interest. He states^ for instance, that
at Queen's (p. 221) the Boar's Head was in his time a wooden
one with white froth and some burning pitch placed in front
of its mouth. The Rev. H. Baskerville, of Oriel College,
has kindly transcribed and edited this part.

V. To the natural desire of a lawyer to give as much detail
as possible in accounting for the substantial sum oi £226 ^s. <)d.
received by him, is due an elaborate Bill of Costs on the
occasion of the Coronation of George IV, at which the Mayor
of Oxford played a not inconspicuous part, and duly received
a silver-gilt cup for his Butler Service. There was clearly
grave doubt whether the cup would be actually presented or
even ordered to be made, and in this and many other points
the Bill is an interesting supplement to the available reports
of the ceremony itself. Mr. F. Williams, of 93 High Street,
Oxford, has kindly copied out and annotated the document,
the mistakes and misspellings of which have been intention-
ally preserved.

VI. The final article in the volume is perhaps the most
readable of all, especially for such as care about the old
coaching days. It is an unstudied, somewhat illiterate, but



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undeniably racy and honest account of the Oxford stage
coaches and coachmen, with stories of the road, as set down
in old age by one of the last surviving guards. Some of the
stories, such as that on p. 285, are full of humour. Acknow-
ledgements are due to Miss A. F. Parker for some judicious
and absolutely necessary alterations, which enable the reader
to enjoy the freshness and humour of the old gentleman's
reminiscences without being pulled up at every step by
infelicities of grammar or spelling.

F. M.

October, 1905.



CORRIGENDUM

On p. 244 the item {.6 8^. is an error in the original record for 6^. ^d. Attention
is called to this by Mr. Ellis in a note at that page, which was by accident not
reproduced when the rest was set up in type.



CONTENTS



PART I

PAGE

Description of Oxford, from the Hundred Rolls of

Oxfordshire, a.d. 1279 i

Edited by Miss Rose Graham, F. R. Hist. Soc.

PART II

Oxford Church Notes, 1643-4, by Richard Symonds, with

additions of 1656-61 99

Edited by MiSS ROSE Graham, F. R. Hist. Soc.

PART III
Three Consecrations of College Chapels : —

A. Lincoln College Chapel, 162,1, edited by the Rev. ANDREW

Clark, M.A., late Fellow 0/ Line o In College . . .136

B. Brasenose College Chapel, 1666, edited by Falconer

MADAl>i,M.\., Fellow 0/ Brasenose College . . -157

C. Queen's College Chapel, 1717, edited by J. R. Magrath,

D.D., Provost 0/ Queen's College 165

PART IV

Thomas Baskerville's Account of Oxford, written in 1683-6 175
Edited by H. Baskerville, M.A., Oriel College

PART V

Bill of Costs of Charles Ellis, London Agent to the
Mayor of Oxford for the Coronation of George IV,

1821 : 227

Edited by F. WILLIAMS, ^92 High Street, Oxford: with
Illustrations

PART VI

Coaching in and out of Oxford, 1820-40, by William
Bayzand 265

INDEX, BY George Parker, Hon. M.A 311



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Silver-gilt Cup of George IV tofacep.ii2>

Certificate of Admission to the Freedom of the

City of Oxford after p. 263

Indenture of Apprenticeship of the City of

Oxford • after p. 264



PART I

DESCRIPTION OF OXFORD

FROM THE HUNDRED ROLLS

A.D. 1279



EDITED BY

ROSE GRAHAM



or TH£

VNJVER8ITY

PREFACE

This description of Oxford in 1279 is found on the Hundred Rolls
which were the inquisitions made in virtue of the second special
commission issued by Edward I ^ The principal object of the King,
as the Record Commissioners have clearly explained, ' seems to have
been the obtaining a correct knowledge of what lands were holden of
the Crown by knight service and other tenures and whether immediately
of the Crown or of mesne lords ; in order that the Crown might be
informed how to collect, and the subject how to pay, escuage for the
one species of tenure, and hidage or tallage for the other, out of their
several fees '^!

These inquisitions ' are in the nature of a general survey, and are
therefore of far greater interest to the local historian than those
Hundred Rolls which were the result of the earlier special commission
of the second year of Edward I.

The inquisition within the town walls was taken by wards *. It was
considered, however, that the survey would be more interesting and
useful to the Oxford Historical Society, for the purpose of topography,
if, instead of following the somewhat unfamiliar division into wards, the
smaller area of the parish were chosen. Accordingly the entries which
are here printed in exienso have been rearranged into parishes ^, so that,
with the aid of the plans published in Wood's City of Oxford, it is
possible to get a vivid impression of the town towards the end of the

1 7 Ed. I.

* 'Rotuli Hundredortim ' Record Commission, 181 2-1 81 8.

^ Only some of the rolls for the counties of Bedford, Buckingham, Cambridge,
Huntingdon, Middlesex and Oxford are now extant.

* According to the arrangement of the rolls in the Public Record Office, there are
five corresponding to the four wards. It is clear, however, from internal evidence
that No. 10 is a continuation of No. 9 h, and it has been thus treated in the text.

' To allow of reference from the present text to the rolls, every entry was
numbered consecutively before the separation into parishes was made. By turning
to the headings on pp. 3-6 it is easy to see at a glance on which roll any particular
entry occurs. The rearrangement into parishes has made the spelling of names of
persons and places appear more inconsistent than it really was, though variants do
occur on the same roll. It also accounts to some extent for the apparent confusion
in the use e. g. of u and v in the text, but the clerks who wrote out the rolls
were by no means consistent.

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2 COLLECTANEA. IV

thirteenth century. Any attempt to calculate the number of houses and
householders can only be approximately correct, as the roll for the
south-east ward is unfortunately imperfect, the heading and the names
of the jurors are wanting, and it is probable that at least one membrane
has been lost. The remaining rolls are on the whole in very good
condition, but in a few places they have been torn away at the side.

The roll for the hundred outside the north gate containing the
parishes of St. Mary Magdalen and St. Giles, and a portion of the roll
for the hundred of BuUingdon which included the manors of Heading-
ton and Iffley, have also been printed to complete the interest of the
present text.

It is clear that within the town of Oxford an important object of the
inquisition was to ascertain the value of the rents received by religious
houses. In three wards the totals of the revenues belonging to them
were carefully summarized ; on some of the rolls the names of the
monasteries were noted in the margin against all entries in which they
had an interest. The earlier commission had shown the need for the
Statute of Mortmain, and if such returns as these were made before the
drafting of the statute which was passed on November 15, 1279, they
would undoubtedly strengthen the determination of the Crown to check
the acquisition of lands by the religious.

Rose Graham.



DESCRIPTION OF OXFORD

FROM THE HUNDRED ROLLS

OXON

{Chancery Series)

1,

[South West Ward.]

No. 8.

[The South West Ward, comprising the district South of Carfax
between the South and West Gates of the city, and containing the
parishes of St. Ebbe and St. Thomas, together with portions of the
parishes of St. Aldate, St. Michael at the South Gate, and St. Peter-
le-Bailey. This ward takes in §§ 124-316.]

Quarta Aldermanria in Burgo Oxonie. 124

Nomina luratorum ad inquisitionem faciendam in quarta 125
Aldermanria Oxonie.

lohannes Culuert tunc Aldermannus, \
Nicholaus de ColeshuUe.
Willelmus de Wodestone.
Radulphus le Plomer.
Hugo le Parmenter.
lohannes Warchen.
Nicholaus le Parmenter.
Rogerus de Forsthulle.
Willelmus de Dodecote.
lohannes de Hengeseye.
Walterus Rufus.
Willelmus le Deweneys.
Item Burgenses Oxonie tenent villam Oxonie ad firmam de domino 126
Rege, reddendo eidem per annum vt capital! domino sexaginta tres
libras sterlingorum et v denarios.

Item habent duobus diebus per septimanam forum cum tolonio et 1 2 7
langable et burgable et cum medietate duorum molendinorum per-
tinentibus ad dictam firmam.

Summa totalis omnium reddituum Abbathie 316

Oseneye in Aldermanria lohannis Culuert . xii lidre \s xd

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Summa reddituum Priorie Sancte Fredeswide

in dicta Aldermanria viij libre xjj vijW

Summa reddituum Hospitalis Sancti lohannis v libre xji- viij</

Summa reddituum Abbathie de Eynesham . xliijj viijii

Summa reddituum Abbathie Abendonie . iiij libre viijj nd

Summa reddituum Priorie de Stodleye . . \]s

Redditus Abbathie de Neteleye ... xi

Summa reddituum domus Sancti Bartolomei . vj \'\]d

Summa reddituum Abbathie de Godestowe . xxviijx vj^/

Summa reddituum Priorie de Stiuentona . \]s \\\]d

Summa reddituum Abbathie de Beaulyu . jj \\d

Summa reddituum Hospitalis de Clanefeld . iiijj

Summa reddituum Priorie de Litlemore . xxj

Summa reddituum Hospitalis de lerusalem . iiijj
Summa reddituum omnium religionum pre-

dictarum ex dicta Aldermanria . . xxxviij libre xixj vij<f

Summa reddituum militum .... xlj

Summa reddituum Episcopi Cestrensis in dicta

Aldermanria ...... \ libre xvjx

Summa reddituum Templariorum de Couele \s
Tenementa Burgensium Oxonie in dicta Alder-
manria quando fuerint plenarie locata valent xlvij libre \'\]s
Summa reddituum aliorum burgensium in

Aldermanria lohannis Culuert . . xxvij libre xiijj \\\)d

Tenementa ludeorum in dicta Aldermanria

valent ad locandum xj libre y]s v\\]d

[North West Ward.]

No. 9 a.

[The North West Ward, comprising the district North of Carfax
between the North and West Gates, and containing portions of the
parishes of St. Martin, St. Michael at the North Gate, and St. Peter-
le-Bailey. This ward takes in §§ 317-437.]

317 Inquisicio facta aput Oxoniam per preceptum domini Edwardi
te^s per subscriptos iuratos videlicet per Andream de Derham,
Alderman[num], Galfridum Aurifabrum, Alexandrum de Bloxam,
Walterum Persun, Adam Londy, Walterum de Grendona, lohannem
de Arderna, Thomam Billing, lohannem Cupcre, Robertum Bodin,
Willelmum Astil, Thomam de Orliens et lohannem de Bedeford,

318 Burgus Oxonie tenetur de domino Rege ad firmam cum medietate
duorum molendinorum, landgable et eschaetis ad dictam villam per-



DESCRIPTION OF OXFORD 5

tinentibus pro Ixiij libris et v denariis soluendis annuatim at Scaccarium
ad duos anni terminos videlicet in crastino clausi Pasce viginti libris
et in crastino Sancti Michaelis viginti libris et Infirmis Sancti
Bartholomei extra Oxoniam tres et viginti libris quinque denariis de
elemosina domini Regis eisdem assignatis.

[North East Ward.]

Nos. 9 b and 10.

[The North East Ward, comprising the district North of High
Street between the North and East Gates, and containing the parish
of St. Mildred, together with portions of the parishes of All Saints,
St. Martin, St. Mary, St. Michael at the North Gate, and St. Peter in
the East. This ward takes in §§ 438-712,]

Isti iurati dicunt quod Burgus Oxonie tenetur a domino Rege in 438
capite pro Ixiij libris vd, adeo libere sicuti et civitas Londonie a domino
Rege tenet prout in cartis domini Regis plenius continetur, reddendo
ad Scaccarium domini Regis xl libras ad duos anni terminos videlicet
in crastino clausi Pasche xx libras et in crastino Sancti Michaelis xx
libras et Infirmis Sancti Bartholomei extra villam predictam xxiij libras
et V denarios de elemosina domini Regis eisdem assingnata^

lohannes de Eu Aldermannus. 439

Nicholaus de Kyngestona.

Elias le Cuulter.

Ricardus de Oseneya.

Egidius de Stokwelle.

Petrus le Paumer.

Hugo de Persore.

lohannes le Espicer.

lohannes Fylekynge.

Walterus Aurifaber.

Henricus Ode.

Stephanus de Sanford.

Redditus et tenementa Burgensium Oxonie que habent in dominico 440
in Aldermanria lohannis de Eu videlicet in la Northestwarde in
villa Oxonie.

Hospitale Sancti lohannis extra portam orientalem Oxonie tenet 499
et percipit redditus subscriptos.

Redditus et tenementa Hospitalis Sancti I[ohannis que habet] in 501
dominico in eadem villa in Aldermanria lohannis de Eu videlicet
in la North[estwarde in villa Oxonie] . . . hospitale et feoffefatum

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6 COLLECTANEA. IV

per illustrem Regem Henricum quondam Regem Anglie in . . . pore
sepeliebantur cum omnibus pertinenciis que ad dictum hospitale
pertinent a loco qui dicetur . . . insula que vocatur Paris usque ad
portam orientalem ex vtraque parte vici, vna cum omnibus adquisitis
in burgo Oxonie et extra, et in posterum adquirendis, videlicet.

632 Summa xxxvij libre xvij \\]d.

633 Abbatissa de Godestowe tenet et percipit redditus subscriptos quo
warranto nescimus.

634 Redditus et tenementa Abbatisse de Godestowe que habet in
dominico in Aldermanria lohannis de Eu, videlicet in la Northest-
warde Oxonie.

647 Summa vij libre xijj.

648 Redditus et tenementa Priorisse de Stodleye que habet in dominico
in Oxonia in Aldermanria lohannis de Eu, videlicet in la Northest-
warde eiusdem ville.

662 Summa vij librexuis vd obolum quadrantem.

663 Redditus et tenementa Abbatis de Eynsham que habet in dominico
in Aldermanria lohannis de Eu, videlicet in la Northestwarde ville
de Oxonia.

684 Summa x //(5r^ xij iijV.

685 Redditus et tenementa Priorisse de Lytelmore que habet in dominico
in predicta Aldermanria.

69 1 Summa iiij libre ijj.

692 Redditus Prioris de Mertona in predicta Aldermanria.
697 Summa \s.

704 Summa [reddituum Episcopi Couentrie] w libre m]d.
7 1 o Summa [reddituum Vniuersitatis Oxonie] xviij j viijV.

[South East Ward.]

No. 9 c.

[The South East Ward, comprising the district South of High
Street between the East and South Gates, and containing the parishes
of St. Edward, St. Frideswide, and St. John the Baptist, together
with portions of the parishes of St. Aldate, All Saints, St. ^Martin,
St. Mary, St. Michael at the South Gate, and St. Peter in the East.
This ward takes in §§713-908. The preface and the names of the
jurors are wanting.]

808 Tenementa Magistri et Fratrum Hospitalis Sancti lohannis extra
portam orientalem Oxonie que habuit in dominico in eadem villa.

830 Summa xviij libre i\\]d.

831 Tenementa Priorisse et Conuentus de Stodleye que habent in
dominico in eadem villa.



DESCRIPTION OF OXFORD 7

Summa xlvjx. 836

Tenementa Priorisse et Conuentus de Lytlemore que habent in 837

dominico in Oxonia.

Summa Ixijj. 842

Summa [tenementorum Vniuersitatis Oxonie] \s. 845

Summa [tenementorum Custodis et Scolarium de Mertonehalle] 848

vii Itbre xiijj- \\\]d.

Summa [tenementorum IMagistri Petri de Lakynge] xxxvjj viij^,

2.

[Parish of St. Aldate.]

Abendonia. Item Priorissa de Stodleye tenet octo parua tenementa 135
in parochia Sancti Aldati que ei dedit Robertus de Sancto Albano in
perpetuam elemosinam, reddendo coquinario Abbendonie n\]s. et v]d.
et ecclesie predicte x\]d. per annum, et ualent ij marcas plus per annum.

Hospitale Sancti lohannis. Item Fratres Hospitalis Sancti 136
lohannis tenent j tenementum quod eis dedit Robertus Myngothe in
perpetuam elemosinam sine redditu, et ualet ^ j marcam per annum.

Item Fratres predicti Hospitalis tenent vnum tenementum ex dono 137
Warenni de Halle, et dictus Warennus habuit idem ex heredibus Henrici
le Riche, reddendo eisdem ijj. per annum ut capitali, et est vacuum.

Item predicti Fratres tenent j tenementum in eadem parochia quod eis 138
dedit Rogerus Noyf in perpetuam elemosinam, et dictus Rogerus tenuit
idem libere reddendo dicte ecclesie ijV., et ualet j marcam per annum.

Eynesham. Item predicti Fratres tenent j tenementum in eadem 139
parochia quod eis dedit Philippus le Granger in perpetuam elemosinam,
reddendo Abbati de Eynesam xijV. vt capitali, et valet ^ xj. plus per
annum.

Item predicti Fratres tenent j tenementum cum pertinenciis in 140
parochia Sancti Aldati quod eis dedit lohannes Longus, reddendo
dicte ecclesie vjV. vt capitali, et ualet dimidiam marcam per annum.

Item predicti Fratres tenent j tenementum in dicta parochia quod 141
eis dedit domina Petronilla de Tacle in puram et perpetuam elemosinam
sine aliquo redditu, et ualet \\]s. per annum.

Fratres Minores. Item Fratres Minores tenent j placiam quam 143
dedit eis dominus Thomas de Walonges in puram et perpetuam
elemosinam, et aliam placiam ex dono Magistri Ricardi de Mepham,
et terciam placiam de dono Agnetis quondam vxoris Gvydonis quam



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