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College chapel : account of the consecration of Peterhouse chapel.

 Management Group
Reference Code: GBR/0273/CHAPEL

Scope and Contents

Seven leaves (290 × 180mm) bound in a late 17th-century Cambridge style between many blanks by George Bayntun of Northumberland Place, Bath, in, or shortly after, 1894. It is possible that this was a copy for Walter Curle (or Curll), D.D., Fellow of Peterhouse 1598 to 1616, Bishop of Bath and Wells to November 1632 (when he was translated to Winchester) and a notable benefactor to the building of the chapel.

Dates

  • 1633-03-17

Extent

1 volume(s) : Paper

Language of Materials

Latin

English

Former / Other Reference

MS 467

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Possibly donated by Thomas William Dunn, Fellow of Peterhouse from 1864, Headmaster of Bath College, 1878-97, who retired to Swavesey and then to Milton, Cambs, and a frequent attendant at the college until his death in 1930.

Bibliography

The text is published from Lambeth, Wharton MS 577, in J. Wickham Legg, 'English orders for consecrating churches', Henry Bradshaw Society, vol. 41, 1911. Referred to in J. S. Ringrose's article in 'The Martlet', 2015, p. 8 http://www.pem.cam.ac.uk/alumni-development/publications/martlet/ where some of the footnotes have been reproduced inaccurately.

Originator(s)

Unknown

Date
2014-08-18 15:15:48+00:00
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Peterhouse (Ward) Library Repository

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