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Bodley, sir Thomas, xvi, 99-101.

— the Schools partly founded by, 99.
Boltshipton farm, 103.

Bond, Nicholas, president of Magd.
coll., vice-chancellor, 250, 260, 291.

— his oration to Q. Elizabeth, 259.
■ — book dedicated to, xxviii, 278.
Boniface VIIL pope, 25.
Boniface, archbp. of Mainz, 23.
Boothe, Charles, 31.

Botley, 92.

Bourton, John, prior of St. Frideswide's,

57-
Brasenose college, 14, 9S-100, 162, 241.

— farm (near Oxford) belonging to, 84.
Brearewood, Edward, of Brasenose coll.,

257.
Breviary, 24.

Brian, Alexander, 105, 106.
Bristow, Richard, 1 3 2, 1 74, 176,181,201.
Britain, 7-
Britons, the ancient, their schools at

Greeklade and Leechlade, 39-41.
Brittany, 44.
Broadgates hall, now Pembroke college,

16, 89, 167.
Brome, Brown or Brune, Adam de,

founder of Oriel coll., 14, 159.
Bromley, sir Thomas, 105.
Brooke, William, lord Cobham, 113.
Brown, Adam, sec Brome, Adam de.
Brutus, a king, 40.
Brysett, John, 58.



INDEX.



303



Bucer, Martin, 215.

Buckhurst, Mr., of Magd. coll., 257.

Buckhurst, Thomas Sackville, lord,

chancellor of the University, 295.
Bucklar or Buckler, Waller, 59.
Buckridge, John, bp. of Rochester, 253.
Bulbec, Isabel, sec Oxford, countess of.
Burchard, 23.
Burgundy, 72, 74.
Burleigh, sir Will. Cecil, afterw. lord,

chancellor of the Univ. of Cambridge,

xix, XX, XXV, xxviii, 1 16, 1 73, 1 77, 197,

200, 203, 204, 256, 292.

— book dedicated to, 105.
Burley, Walter, 25.

Bury, Richard, bp. of Durham, his book

Philohihlos cited, 71.
Bust, Henry, M.D., of Magd. coll., 134,

174, 175, 182, 185, 201.

— his Latin speech to Q. Elizabeth,
216, 217.

— verses of, to the Queen, ' Ad sere7t.
Regiiiam cartnen gratulatorium'' and
'In advcntiim Regincc,' 229, 230.

Butler, Thomas, see Ormond, earl of.
Butler, Walter, see Bucklar, W.

C.

Cabinum, monastery of, near Capua, 68.

Cselius, mount, [03.

Caer Mempric, Caer Vortigem, and

Caer Bosta, (Oxford so called,) 37, 84.
Cjesar, Julius, 11, 238, 297.
Calculator, 25.
Calfhill, James, D.D., 121, 143, 173,

174, 187, 189, 203.
Calfild, Dr., see Calfhill.
Calliope, 281.
Calvin, John, 27.
Cambridge univ., xxx, 9, 10, 25, 149,

181, 190, 239.

— St. John's coll., library of, 105.
Camden, William, his works cited, 10,

38, 39,41, 62,65, 271-
Camillus, 216.
Campagna, in Italy, 68.
Campion, Edmund, xxii, 28, 131-133,

174, 175, 181, 201.

— account of A. Munday's book, the
Discover ie of Edin. Campion and his
confederates, 1582; 105-107.

Canner or Cannar, Thomas, B.D., 58,

60.
Canons or Priests, secular and regular,

46, 47. 49. 54. 65-
Canterbury, monastery of Christ Church

in, 69, 70.
Canterbury college, Oxford, 45, 59, 82,
130.

— account of its foundation, 70, 71 ;
still a part of Ch. Ch., 71.



Carfax, see under Oxford.

Carmel, mount, monastery near, 81.

Carmelite Friars, called also the White

Friars, 28, 46, 75.
— an account of their Order and House

in Oxford, 8o-'^2.
Carter, Robert, B.D., 60.
Case, John, M.I)., 258.
Catagern, brother to Vortimer, 88.
Cathedrals, 46, 53.
Catholic faith, 25, 26.
Cay, Dr. John, of Cambridge, 183.
Cay, Thomas, see Key, T.
Cecil, sir W'illiam, see Burleigh, lord.
Cecrops, king of Athens, 38.
Ceolphedus, 24.

Chamberlain, the Lord (1592), 255,6.
Champian, Richard, 58.
Charlemagne, 11, 24, 238.
Charon, 140.

Chastity, as defined by priests, 47.
Chaucer, ' Fabula Militis e Lat. in Angl.

sermonem translata,' 180.
Cheneys, 220.

Cherwell, river, 12, 85, 103.
Chicheley, Henry, archbp. of Canter-
bury, 14, 161, 240.

— founds Barnard college at Oxford,

74-

Childswell, house so called, xiv, 83.

Chosroe, see Cosdroe.

Christ Church, styled ' Cardinal college,'
14, 57-61, 66, 73, 74, 82, 122, 158,
178, 19S, 199, 203, 240, 291.

— its foundation, 57 seqq.

— cathedral of, 66, 67.

— Sermons in, xxi, 178, 190, 199, 203.

— deans, canons and prebendaries of,
58-60, 67.

— inscription on foundation stone of
'Cardinal college,' 31.

— Q. Elizabeth received at Ch. Ch. and
her lodging there, xxi, 122, 177, 199,

2.=; I-

— Hall of, 199, 200, 202, 203 ; plays
acted there, xxi-xxiii, 179, 200, 203,

2.S5-

— the kitchen and hall founded, 58.

— its meadow and saw-pit, 85.

— wall of, 102.
Christian religion, 22, 23.
Christopher, St., 91.
Chronicles, 35.
Church, 46, 49, 50.
Cicero, De Oratore cited, 28.
Cistercian monks, account of the Order,

and their Houses in the University,

72-74-
Cistertium, in Burgundy, 72, 74.
Claik, A., his Rci^isterofthe University

of Oxford (\v.o\.(id, ix, xvi, xviii, 176,

199.



304



INDEX,



Claymond, John, first president of Corp.
Chr. coll., xiv, 84, 87.

Clement I, (St.) pope, account of, 103,
104.

Clement VII, pope, his bull for suppres-
sing monasteries of small value, 57.

Clergy, 46.

Clerici fori, 21.

Cletus, pope, 103.

Clio, 282.

Cobham, William Brooke, lord, 113.

Coddingham abbey, 89.

Cole, Samuel, Latin and Greek poems
on Q. Elizabeth's visit, 230-233.

Comedies, Bcllum gravwiaticale, and
Rivales, xiii, 255.

Constantine the Great, 96.

Constantinople, 96

Conway, 173.

Cook, sir Anthony, his daughter Eliza-
beth, 224.

Cooper, Thomas, of Magd. coll., afterw.
bp. of Lincoln, 134, 182, 185, 201.

— his speech ' Oxoniensis acad. grahi-
latio de adventu seren. regitia Eliza-
beths ad cedes clar. co??iitis Leicestrensis
ejusd. acad. cancellarii^ 207-212.

Coriat, George, I'jcjnote.

Cornwall, Edmund earl of, founds the

abbey of North Osney, 73.
Corpus Christ! college, 14, 102, 159, 240.

— presidents of, xxvii, 257. See also
Claymond.

Cosdroe(Chosroe),kingofPersia,96,97.

Cosdroe the younger, his combat with
Heraclius, 97.

Cotta, 124, 125.

Cottesford, John, D.D., 60.

Cowper, Tho., see Cooper, T.

Cox, Richard,dean of Christ Church, 67.

Cradock, Edward, D.D. (1566), 121,
173, 174- 179.203.

Cranmer, Thomas, archbp. of Canter-
bury, his imprisonment and martyr-
dom, 87.

Crayford, John, 58.

Cricklade, see Greeklade.

Crooke, Richard, D.D., 60.

Cross, history of the Invention and
Exaltation of the, 96, 97.

Cuffe, Henry, his Greek oration to Q.
Eliz., 251, 256.

Cumberland, George Clifford, earl of
(1592), 292.

Currency, restoration of by Q. Elizabeth,
xxii, xxiv, 209, 268.

Current, Richard, D.D., bp. of 0.\ford,
60, 70.

D.

Dalliber, — , 258.

Danaw [Danube], river, 97.

Danes, the, 23, 54, 89.



Danes, the, towns destroyed by, 41.

— Gutrum, king of, 41.
Danube, river, 97.
David, St., 91.

Day or Dee, John, 131, 132, 174, 175,

181, 201.
Day, John, printer, 107.
Day, Thomas, prebendary of Ch. Ch.,67.
Deale, Robert, of New coll., xxi, xxiii,

199.

— his oration to Q. Elizabeth, 205.
Decianus, 91.

Deddington, 76.
Dee, John, see Day, J.
Denham, Mr., of Borstall, 79.
Denys, St., 91.

Desse, Walter, papal legate, 25.
Deus, John, see Day, J.
Devereux, Robert, see Essex, earl of.
Devon, 163.
Diana, 13S.

Didacus, alias Didanus, prince of Oxen-
ford, 51.

— Safrida his wife, and St. Frideswide
his daughter, 51.

Diocletian, 91.
Diogenes, 49, 217.
Diomedes, 146.

Disputations, 18, 179, 180, 184, 185,
200-202.

— called Augustines, 80, 95.

— before Q. Elizabeth, xxii f., x.xvii,
181-8, 200-203, 252-255, 257-260.

Divinity school, 9g, 100, 165.

— used for the Lower House of Parlia-
ment (1625), 100.

Dochyn or Dochin, Thomas, M.D., of

Magd. coll., 258.
Dodwell, Henry, 108.

— his Diss, de Parma equestri Wood-
ivardiana cited, xvii, 64.

Doily, barony of, 61.
Doily, Nigel, 62, 64.
Doily, Robert (I), builds Oxford Castle
(1071), 61, 62, 93.

— his nephew and heir, Robert (II), 62,
64 ; Edith wife of Robert (II), 65.

Dominic, St., 28.

— his mother, 75.

— Black Friars, Preachers of the Or-
der of, 45, 76, 77._

their college and Houses in the

University. 75.
Dormanus, 28.
Druids, 11.

Dudley, Ambrose, see Warwick, earl of.
Dudley, Robert, see Leicester, earl of.
Duillius, 124, 125.
Dunstan, archbp. of Canterbury, 46, 48.

— banished into Flanders, 48.
Durham abbey, 69.

— prior of, 71.



INDEX.



Z^^



Durham college, Oxford, 45, 69, 95.
- — account of its foundation, 71, 72.

— endowed with lands and styled Trinity
college, 72.

Durham school^ xii, 17.

Durham, William archdeacon of, 14,

161.
Dyer, John, prebendary of Ch. Ch., 67.

E.

East Anglia, 42.

Ebba, St., abbess of Coddingham

abbey, 89.
Ebran, son of Mempric, king of Britain,

37. 38-
Eccleshall, 174.
Edell, earl, 88.
Edmund, king, 48.
Edmund hall, see St. Edmund hall.
Edward the Confessor, vow made by, 55.
Edward I. king, 11.
Edward II, 14, 215, 240.
Edward III, 14, 91, 215, 240.
Edward VI, 215.
Edwards, Richard, of Ch. Ch., xxi, 179,

I So.

— his play ' Palcemon and Arcite^ 1 28,
129, 138, 139, 185, 200-202.

Edwin (Edwy\ king, 48.

Egbric (Egbert), 7.

Eglesfield, Robert, 161.

Eldad, St., bp. of Gloucester, story re-
lating to, 87, 88.

Eldo, the mayor of Gloucester, 88.

Elias the prophet, well of, 81.

Eliot, George, (1582) 106.

Elizabeth, Queen, J. Bearblock's ac-
count of her first visit to Oxford in
1566 ; XV, 113-144.

— Latin dialogue between the Queen
and the Earl of Leicester, (1566),
157-168.

— Latiri speech of the Queen (1566),
xxiii, 145, 188.

— of the Acts done at Oxford during
her visit in 1566; 171-191.

— Apollinis et musartim (vKriKo. (i5v\-
Aia in seren. 7-eg. Elizabethae ad-
ventitm, Oxon. 1592 ; 277-299.

— ' Grand reception and entertainment
of Q. Elizabeth at Oxford in 1592 ' ;
245-261.

— Speeches and Verses addressed to
her, see Balgay, Bond, Bust, Cole,
Cooper, Cuffe, Deale, Gwin, Hum-
phrey, Kingsmill, Lane, Lawrence,
Lilye, Ludford, Marbeck, Neale,
Russell. Edw., Russell. John, St.
John's, Sanford, Savile. Sir H.,
Savile. Thos., Smith, Sydney, Temple,
Wootton.

— reception of, see Christ Church.



— Disputations before, see Disputations.
Elizabeth, Q., plays performed before

her, see Christ Church.

— Bibles presented to her by the Uni-
versity (1592), 259.

— account of her speech to the Univer-
sity and of her departure thence, 260.

— her Latin oration to the Heads of
the University (1592), xxvii, 271-3.

— her reign a blessing to England,
xxiv. See also Currency, Godstow,
Shotover, Wolvercote, Woodstock.

Ella, king, 89.

Ely, abbey of, 89.

Ely, John, bp. of, 31.

Emetrius, king of India, 138.

Emilia, sister of the duke of Athens,

128, 129.
Endowments, diversion of, from their

original purpose, xxx.

— threatened confiscation of, xxxi.
England , briefly described (9th cent. ), 7-9-

— Sovereigns of, their benefactions to
the University, 215.

Epictetus, transl. into English, 183.
Erasmus, 16, 53.
Erato, 285.

Erdington, manor of, now called Yarn-
ton, 73.
Esca (Esk), river, 7.
Essex, Robert Devereux, earl of, xxvii,

293- .. .

— his secretary, xxvii, 252, 256.
Ethelred, king, 54, 89.

Ethelrid or Audrid, daughter of Anna,
king of the East Angles, abbess of
Ely, 89.

Ethelstone, king, 48, see also Athelstan.

Ethelward, bp. of Winchester, 48.

Ethelwolf, king, 54.

Etheridge, George, 179 note.

Eton school, xii, 17.

Eugenius IV, pope, 11.

Euterpe, 284.

Exeter, 162, 163, 174.

Exeter college, 14, 98, 99, 162, 240.



Fathers (the), 13.

Ferdinand, king of Naples, 239.

Fierbertus iFitzherbert], Nicolaus, vii-
xi, his '■ Oxonicnsis in Anglia Aca-
demiae description vii, xi-xii, i seqq.

— other works by, vii-viii, x.
Fitzherbert, Sir Anth. viii.

— Thos. viii, ix, x.

Fleminge, Richard, bp. of Lincoln, 14,

162, 241.
Flixlhorpe, Robert, 107.
Floriac [Fleury], monastery of, in

France, 69.



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INDEX.



Floriac [Flenry], monastery of, from
which sprang a great part of our
English monks, 48.

Fontenerius, Sertorius, card, archbp. of
Ravenna, 25.

Fomus, his daughter lady Edith Doily,

65.
I' ox, John, martyrologist, 243.
Fox, Richard, bp. of Winchester, xxx,

14, 159, 240.
France, ambassador from, 292.
Francis, St., of Assisi, Friars Minor of

the Order of, 46, 75 ; of that Order

and their Houses in Oxford, 76-78.

— is called ' Typical Christ,' 76.
Francis, Thomas, M.D. (1566), 121,

140, 141, 1S6, 202.
Franciscans, see Grey Friars.
Friars, of several Orders. 46, 49, 53.
Friars Mendicants or Begging Friars,

account of their fraternities in the

University, 74, 75.
Friars, Black Preaching, see Dominican

Friars.
Friars Minors or Franciscans, see Grey

Friars.
Frideswide, St., 31, 227.

— becomes abbess of St. Frideswide' s,
and is accounted a Saint, 51.

— performs a miracle upon Algarus,
and flies from him into Wiltshire,

51. 52-
Frideswide's, St., once a Nunnery, after-
wards a Priory, 51, 107.

— the Register or Book of the priory
cited, 51, 56, 108.

— the church of, (founded by Didanus
or his daughter St. Frideswide,) 45,

5i> 56, 57-

— changes in the foundation, 52.

— the church given to Guimundus, 56,
57 ; surrendered into the hands of
K. Henry VUI, 56, 57 ; and conveyed
over to card. Wolsey, 57.

Friswide, see Frideswide.
Frith, John, martyr, 242.

G.

Galen, 186.

Gallensis, Joannes, [Jo. de Gales,] his
Arbor vita, 25.

Gaul, II.

Gaveston, Piers, beheaded by the earl
of Warwick, buried in Black Friars
church, Oxford, and from thence re-
moved to King's Langley, 76.

Geminus, Marcus, a Latin play, 124,
125, 178, 199.

George, St., 91.

German, St., bp. of Altisiodore, (Aux-
erre) 39, 44.

Germany, 23, 62.



Gifford, John, M.D., 121, 173, 175, 186.
Gifford, John, founds Gloucester college
or hall, 69.

— his wife Maud de Longespse, 69.
Gilbert the monk, 25.

Gilbert, John, cook of C.C.C., xxi, 180,

200.
Gildas, St., 44.
Giles, St., born at Athens, account of

him, 93, 94.
Glanvilla, Bartholomseus de, 25.
Glastonbury abbey, 48, 69.
Gloucester, 88.

— monastery of, 41, 6g.
Gloucester hall (or college), 16, 63, 82,

90, 92, 167.

— account of its foundation, 69, 7°-
Gloucester, Humphrey duke of, 12, 13,

126, 165.

— the University library enriched by
him, loi.

Godstow nunnery, account of its foun-
dation (i 1 38 ), and of lady Ida Lance-
line the foundress, 94.

— prioresses of, 94.
Godstow bridge, cross on, 94.

— Q. Elizabeth met by the University
at, xxvi, 250.

Godwin, Thomas, D D. (1566), 120,

142, 173, 174, 186, 198, 203.
Goths, 23.
Grampoole [Grandpont], in the suburbs

ofO.xford, 85.
Gravesend, 107.
Gray, lord, (1566), 116, 173.
Greece, 40.
Greeklade, (Cricklade) ancient school

at, 39-41-
Gregory I, pope, his dispersion of

scholars from Oxfoid, 41, 45.
Gregory IH, pope, 23.
Gregory X, pope, 75.
Grey Friars, of the Order of St. Francis,

28, 46.

— (Franciscans or Friars Minors), ac-
count of the Order and their Houses
in Oxford, 76-78.

Griffeth, — , LL.D., (1566), 121.
Grimbald, St., 42, 101.

— his dissension at Oxford, 43, 44.

— church of St. Peter's in the East
founded by, 44.

Grosthead, (Grostete) Robert, bp. of Lin-
coln, 24,7s.

Guarna, Andrea, of Salerno, his .^^//mw
Grainmaticale, xiii.

Guilielmus Neubrigensis, 61, 92.

Guimundus, chaplain, 55.

— anecdote of his admonishing K.
Henry VIH, who afterwards gave
him the Church of -St. Frideswide, 56.

Gusman, dean of Toledo, Spanish am.-



INDEX.



307



bassador to England, 115, 177, 179-

iSi, 1S5, 18S, 200, 203.
Gutrum, king of the Danes, 41, 42.
Gwin, Matthew, M.D., his oration to

Q. Elizabeth, 252.



H.



Halls, see under Oxford University.

Handlow, sir John, of Borstall, 80.

Harding, John, B.D., canon of Ch. Ch.,
28, 60.

Harold, king, son of earl Godwin, 55.

Harpfeldus, 28.

Harris, Thomas, of New coll., arch-
deacon of Cornwall, 178, 183, 199.

Harrison, William, his account of the
Universities ofOxford and Cambridge,
xxx-xxxi, cited, xi.

Hart hall, 16, 99, loi, 166.

Hastings, Henry, J-^^ Huntingdon, earl of.

Hatfield, Thomas, bp. of Durham,
founds Durham college at Oxford, 71.

Haunse, Everard, 106.

Haymon, 24.

Haynes, William, provost of Oriel coll.,

67- ....

Heame, Thomas, viu, ix, xiv, xv, his
edition of Thomas Neale's ' Colle-
giorum Scholariimque acad. Oxon.
topograph, delineation 17^3 > ^^^^»
153-168.

— of Fierbertus, viii.

— of life of Rich. W. xv.

— of Leonard Hutten's Antiquities,
xiii, 33 ff.

— of Dodwell's De Parma Equestri, xvii.

— of Textus Roffensis, xiii.

— various notes by, 31, 32, 105-8.
Helena, empress, mother of Constantine

the Great, her finding of the Cross,
96, 97.
Hengist and Horsa, 87, 88.

— Rowena, daughter of Hengist, 88.
Henry I, king, 55, 62, 65.

Henry H, 62.

Henry H and his concubine Rosamond,

their souls prayed for by the nuns of

Godstow, 94.
Henry HI, 108.

— his grant to the Franciscan Friars of
Oxford, 78.

• — purchases lands in Oxford for the

Augustine Friars, 80.
Henry V, at Queen's college, 64.
Henry VI, 240.
Henry VHI, 52, 56, 57, 70, 158, 168,

215, 228.
. — refounds Christ Church, 14, 59, 60.
Henry, son of Simeon the Jew, 78.
Hentzner's Itinerarium cited, 31.



Heraclius, emperor of Constantinople,
the exaltation of the Cross by, 96, 97.

Herbert, St., 23.

Herbert, lord, son of earl of Pembroke
(1592), 293.

Hereford, 174.

Hesiod, 293.

Higdon, John, first dean of Ch. Ch., 58,
60.

Hinksey, North and South, 83, 92, 174.

Hinkus, R., see Huicke.

Hippo, bishopric of, 52.

Hippocrates, his Aphoris?ns, 180.

Historiola Oxoniensis, 40.

Hobby, sir Thomas, 221.

Holcot, 25.

Holiness, austerity and opinion of, 49.

Holland, Dr. Thomas, rector of Exeter
coll., 256, 259, 260.

Holy Rood, 96.

Homer, 216.

Honorius I, pope, 11.

Honorius HI, pope, 76.

Honorius IV, pope, 81.

Hornchurch, Essex, 175.

Horsa, Hengist and, 87.

Houlden, Thomas, and his wife Eliza-
beth, 68.

Howard, lord William, lord Admiral of
England (1566), 173, 177, 204, 256,
294.

Hues, — , LL.D. (1566), 121.

Huicke, Robert, M.D. (1566), 121, 140,
173, 175, 185, 1S6, 202.

Humber, in Yorkshire, 87.

Humfrey, Laur., see Humphrey, L.

Humphrey, duke, see Gloucester, duke
of.

Humphrey, Laurence, D.D., 120, 142,
I4.^> 173. '79' 186, 198, 203, 243.

— his verses Pro regia Majestate ad
Deum precatio, 219, 220.

Huntingdon, Henry Hastings, 3rd earl

of, (1566) 115, 173.
Hussites. 25.
Hutten, Leonard, xiii, 105.

— his '■Antiquities of Oxford, a dis-
sertation,' xiii-xv, 35 seqq.

— other works by, xiii.



Ida. lady, foundress of Godstow nunnery,

see Lanceline, lady Ida.
Iffley, 83, 84.
— parsonage of, 83.
Innocent III, pope, 77-
Innocent IV, pope, 79.
Isis, river, 85.
Islip, Adam, archbp. of Canterbury,

founds Canterbury coll., Oxford, 71.
Ivery or Ivie, Roger, 61, 93.



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INDEX.



J.

James I, king, xxvi, 89.

— Latin secretary to, 252.
James, St., 91.

James, William, dean of Ch. Ch., 260.

— reception of Q. Elizabeth by, 251.

— preaches before Q. Elizabeth, 255.
Jeffs, Dr., physician, 259.

Jerome, St., 187.

Jerome, St., monks of the Order of, 47.

Jerusalem, 96, 97.

Jesus college, 15, 98, 241.

Jewell, John, bp. of Salisbury, 53, 115.
143' 173, 188, 203, 204, 243.

Jews at Oxlord, 95, loi.

Joannes Canonicus, 25.

John, king, repairs Godstow nunnery,
94.

John, monk of St. David's, 42.

John, monk and colleague of St. Grim-
bald, 42.

Justinian, 167.

K.

Keis, T., see Key, T.

Kennall, John, LL.D., 121, 137, 173,

174, 185, 197, 202, 204.
Kennington, the river near, 84.
Kentigem, 44.
Kersop, river, 7.
Key or Cay, Thomas, master of Univ.

coll., his ^ Asse7-tio antiq. Oxon.

acad.'' mentioned, 183.
Kicklade, see Greeklade.
King, Robert, abbot of Osney, first Bp.

of Oxford, surrenders Osney monastery

to the King (1539), 65 ; the Bp. and

the endowment removed to St. P rides-

wide's, 67.
King's Langley, Herts, Piers Gaveston

interred there, 76.
Kingsmill, Thomas, Public Orator, 199.

— his Latin speech to Q. Elizabeth,
212-216.

Knight, Samuel, archdeacon of Berks,

249.
Knollys, sir Francis, (1566) 173, 177,

204, 205.



Lanceline, sir William, his widow Ida,
the foundress of Godstow nunnery,
94 ; account of her and the nunnery,
94 ; her daughters Himme and Anis,
94.

Lane, William, Latin verses to Q.
Elizabeth, 223-225.

Lanfranc, archbp. of Canterbury, 70.

Langeher, — , LL.D. (1566), 121, 137 ;
see Loughsr.



Langrege, Richard, 58.

Langton, Stephen, 24.

Lapus, see Lupus.

Lastlade, or Leechlade, 41.

Lateran Council, 72.

Latimer, Hugh, bp. of Worcester, his

martyrdom, 87.
Lattinlade, see Leechlade.
Lawrence, Giles, archdeacon of Wells,

176, 177.

— his Greek oration to Q. Elizab th,
xxi, 199.

Learning, Latin oration on military

affairs and, 263 seqq.
Leche, James, see Leech, J.
Ledbury, 175.
Leech or Leche, James, of Merton coll.,

xxii, 133. 134, 174, 175, 182, 185, 201.
Leech, William, of Brasenose coll., 175,

181.
Leechlade, ancient school at, 39-41.
Leicester, Algarus, prince or earl of, 51,

52.
Leicester, Robert Dudley, earl of, (1566)
XX, xxiv, 116, 117, 130, 156, 173,
176, 177, 190, 197-205, 207.

— In adventtim comitis leicestr.gratu-
latio by John Russell, 218.

— Latin dialogue between him and Q.
Elizabeth, on her visit to Oxford
(1566), 157-168.

Leighton, Edward, B.D., 58, 60.

Leland, John, his Itinerary and Col-
lectanea quoted, 40, 57, 59, 73, &c.

Le Neve, J., cited, 25S.

Lestrange, lord, see Strange, lord.

Leukner, Samuel, his English Booke of
Universities quoted, 38, 39.

Lighton, see Leighton.

Lilye, Ed., of Magd. coll., afterw.
master of Balliol, his Latin poem to
Q. Elizabeth ' Frosopopaia Acade-
micE^ 227-229.

Lincoln college, 14, 98, 162, 240.

Lincoln, Oliver Sutton, bp. of, 108.

Lincoln, Robert Grosthead (Grostete),
bp. of, 24, 78.

Linus, pope, 103.

Lloyd, Hugh, LL.D., 121, 137, 173,
174, 184, 202.

Loffer, R., sec Lougher, R.

London, 11, 17, 90.

— St. Paul's, burial at, 175.

— Tower of, 78.

London, John, warden of New college,
first dean of Christ Church, 67.

Longespre, Maud de, wife to John Gif-
ford, 69.

Loocher, Dr., see Lougher, R.

Lougher, Lucher, or Loffer, Dr. Robert,
173, 175, 184, 202 ; see Langeher.

Louis IV, 242.



INDEX.



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Lucher, R., see Lougher, R.

Ludford, G., his verses Ad Oxoniam on

Q. Elizabeth's visit, 233, 234.
Lupus, or Lapus, bp. of Trecassa, 39,

44.
Luther, Martin, 27.
Lycia, city of, 91.
Lycurgus, Threicius, 1 38.
Lynch, Gervase, prebendary of Ch. Ch.,

67.
Lyons, great council of, 75.
Lyra, Nicholas de, 24, 214.



M.

M., A., see Munday, Anth.

Magdalen college, 14, 97, 103, 150,

160, 174, iSo, 216, 217, 240, 291.
Magdalen hall, 16, 167.
Magfield, [Mayfleld,] 71.
Maius, 29.

Maldon, Surrey, 107.
Malmesbury, monastery of, 41, 48.
Malmesbury, William of, his dc Gestis

Fontif. cited, 48, 49.
Man, isle of, 291.
Manichees, heresy of the, 52.
Manners, Edward, see Rutland, earl of.
Mapes, Walter, 241.
Marbeck, John, organist, 235.
Marbeck, Roger, canon of Ch. Ch.,

provost of Oriel coll., xx, 116, 150,

176, 198, 205, 235.

— oration of, ' Oratio, qua gratnlatiir
adveniuin seren. regincE Elisahethce,
refnolioribus Oxonice finibus hahita^
23.5-238.

Marcus Geminus, a Latin play, 124,

125, 178, 199.
Marius, 212.
Mark, St., 91.

Marriages of Priests, decrees against, 47.
Martin, St., bp. of Tours, 90.
Martin college, see Merton college.
Martyr, Peter, 215.
Mary, the Virgin, 77.

— ' Brothers of the Virgin Mary,' 81.
Mary, queen, 166.

— her schools in the University, 99.
Mary, queen of Scots, 175.
Massbell, 87.

Master or Masters, Richard, M.D. (i 566) ,
121, 141, 173, 175, 186, 202.

Mathew, Tobie, archbp. of York, 134,
149, 174, 175, 182, 185, 190, 201,
204.

Matilda, see Maud, empress.

Matthew, T., see Mathew, T.

Maud, empress, takes refuge in Oxford
castle, and is besieged by Stephen,
62 ; story of her escape, 63.



Maximilian, emperor, 239.

Melkinus, ' Melkicius,' 44.

Melpomene, 287.

Meinpric, king of Britain, 37, 38.

Mendicant Friars, 45.

Mericke, John, bp. of Man, xxii, 132,

174, 176, 181, 201.
Merlin, 11,
Merton college, 14, 99, I02, 159, 180,

185, 240, 256.

— notes on its foundation and St. John
Baptist's church, 107, loS.

Merton hall, 108.

Merton, Walter de, bp. of Rochester,
14, 107, 159, 240.

Mewricke, J., see Mericke, J.

Mildred hall, 98.

Military affairs and Learning, Latin
oration on, 263 seqq. ,

Militena, 91.

Miltiades, 213.

Minorites, 77.

Molinensis, Robertus abbas, 72.

Monaca, mother of St. Augustine, 52.

Monasteries, 41.


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