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St Andrew the Great - Taxes, 1563 - 1911

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Contents:
ST ANDREW THE GREAT
1. Notice of meeting to secure Revd. T.S. Hughes as afternoon lecturer, 17 Mar. 1835;
ST BENE’T
1a. Churchwardens’ receipt for University’s contribution of 30s for repair of bells, 31 May 1655;
ST BOTOLPH
2. Grace for donation of £15 for new organ in St Botolph’s church, confirmed 1 Nov. 1866;
3. Paper in support of above Grace by W.M. Campion (Queens’) Vicar;
3a-c. Circulars re restoration of the church with supporting letter from W.M. Campion, May 1870;
4. Notice of Grace for grant of £100 from funds of the Press towards restoration of the church, confirmed 27 Oct. 1870;
ST EDWARD
5. Sermon preached in St Edward’s church by Revd. Harvey Goodwin, 30 May 1858;
ST GILES
6. Grace for donation of £40 to the girls school in St Giles parish, confirmed 23 Apr. 1868;
7. Grace for donation of £100 towards a new church, confirmed 5 May 1870;
ST PAUL
8. Grace for donation of £50 towards enlargement of St Paul’s church, confirmed 25 Feb. 1864;
ST SEPULCHRE
9. Account of restoration of St Sepulchre’s church by Revd. T. Thorp, 3 Feb. 1844;
10. Rules and orders for charity schools in Cambridge;
11. Short account of rise, progress and present state of charity schools, 1754;
12. Scheme of Charity Commissioners for administration of old schools of Cambridge, 19 Nov. 1863;
13. Objections to above scheme and amended scheme proposed by the Mayor of Cambridge,1863 or 4;
14. New scheme of management of old schools, ordered by Charity Commissioners, 17 Dec. 1864;
15. Grace for annual donation of 10 guineas to the old schools, confirmed 9 Mar. 1865;
16. Grace for grant of £50 to the old schools, confirmed 24 Nov. 1870;
17. Grace for increase of annual donation to old schools to 20 guineas, confirmed 7 Feb. 1878;
17a. Grace to grant £50 to the building fund, confirmed 8 Dec. 1881;
SESSIONS, QUARTER
18. Grant of Quarter Sessions to the borough of Cambridge by King William IV, 4 Mar. 1836;
SPINNING HOUSE
19. Office copy of letters patent empowering the Chancellor or his deputies inter alia to search for and imprison prostitutes etc., 9 Mar., 2 Ja. I;
20. Attested copy of Hobson’s deed of trust, 30 July 1629;
21. Copy of plan of Spinning House deposited in the Master’s [in Chancery] office by the Relators, [1830s];
22. Opinion of Mr Girdlestone on probable issue of suit, 1 Feb. 1836;
23. Minute of a proposal of the Relators, 26 Nov. 1836;
24. Office copy of the several matters referred to Master Lynch, 27 June 1837;
25. Proposal of six persons for trustees on the part of the University. Grace confirmed 25 Oct. 1837;
26. Dr Graham’s (Vice-Chancellor) statement to the Master when the names of the trustees were carried in (draft and fair copy), 20 Jan. 1841;
27. Heads of scheme in Dr Graham’s writing, 1841;
28. Copy of Mr Cowling’s opinion that the Spinning House is a place to which the Vice-Chancellor may legally commit, 29 Apr. 1841;
29. Queries of Mr Geldart, counsel for the Corporation, 4 Mar. 1841;
30. Minutes of the Master’s judgement, 26 June 1841;
31. Instructions for Mr Rolt, counsel for the University, draft and fair copies, 26 Apr. 1842;
32. Copy of notes made by Mr Rolt when he attended the Master with the other parties concerned and letter from Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 26 Apr. 1842;
33. Notes by Mr Cole of the scheme determined by the Master this day, 15 June 1842;
34. Minutes for further instructions to counsel, 16 June 1842;
35. Draft of further instructions to counsel, 1842;
36. Copy of Mr Harwood’s bill for plan of Spinning House, 25 Jan. 1843;
37. Extract of letter from Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 5 Apr. 1844;
38. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton with copy of letter from the Relators’ solicitor, 30 Jan. 1846;
39. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 7 Dec. 1846;
40. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 11 Dec. 1846;
41. Extracts from the scheme of the Relators, 1846;
42. Copy of substituted scheme of the Relators, re-amended;
43. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 20 Jan. 1847;
44. Extract from the schedule to the Cottenham Enclosure Award, 28 Oct. 1847;
45. List of trustees proposed by the Relators, 24 Dec. 1847;
46. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 29 Jan. 1848;
47. Mr Pemberton to Mr Cole, 1 Feb. 1848;
48. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, with copy of list of trustees proposed by the Corporation in 1841, 1 Feb. 1848;
49. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 2 Feb. 1848;
50. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 2 Feb. 1848;
51. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 4 Feb. 1848;
52. Instructions for Mr Cole attending the Master on 10 Feb. no. 1 as to scheme, 7 Feb. 1848;
53. Instructions for Mr Cole attending the Master on 10 Feb. no. 2 as to trustees, 7 Feb. 1848;
54. Instructions for Mr Cole attending the Master on 10 Feb. no. 3 on both above matters, 7 Feb. 1848;
55. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 8 Feb. 1848
56. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 9 Feb. 1848;
57. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 10 Feb. 1848;
58. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 12 Feb. 1848;
59. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, two copies, 15 Feb. 1848;
60. Dr Ainslie to Mr Pemberton, 15 Feb. 1848;
61. Report of the old schools of Cambridge (should have been placed under head of ‘Schools’), 1847;
62. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 17 Feb. 1848;
63. Scheme for Hobson’s Trust on the part of the University, draft and fair copies, 1848;
64. Remarks of the foregoing scheme for the instruction of counsel, 23 Feb. 1848;
65. Scheme proposed on the part of the town;
66. Minutes of the respective schemes of the University and town;
67. Dr Ainslie to Mr Pemberton, with further instructions, 23 Feb. 1848;
68. Dr Ainslie to Mr Pemberton, 24 Feb. 1848;
69. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 3 Mar. 1848;
70. Mr Cole to Mr Pemberton, 8 Mar. 1848;
71. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton, 6 Apr. 1848;
72. Dr Ainslie to Mr Pemberton, 10 Apr. 1848;
73. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton, 10 Apr. 1848;
74. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton, 10 Apr. 1848;
75. The Vice-Chancellor submits to the Master in Chancery the names of Dr Phelps and Dr Philpott as trustees instead of Dr Graham and Dr King, original and an altered copy, 11 Apr. 1848;
76. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton, 12 Apr. 1848;
77. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton, 22 Apr. 1848;
78. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton, 29 Apr. 1848;
79. Minutes of agreement between University and town as to Spinning House, 2 May 1848;
80. Note from Dr French to Dr Ainslie, 31 May 1848;
81. Dr Hyde to Mr Ainslie, 23 June 1848;
82. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton, 23 June 1848;
83. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton, 16 Jan. 1849;
84. Messrs. Cannon and Brown (the Relators’ solicitors) to Mr Hyde, 16 Jan. 1849;
85. Minutes of Syndicate meeting, original and copy, 5 Feb. 1849;
86. Dr Cookson, Vice-Chancellor, to Mr Pemberton, 6 Feb. 1849;
87. Mr Hyde to Mr Pemberton with copy of his letter, dated 3 Feb., to Mr Cory, 9 Feb. 1849;
88. Mr Pemberton to Mr Hyde, 9 Feb. 1849;
89. Memorandum of Mr Foster’s application to the Vice-Chancellor about the Spinning House for the Watch Committee, 11 Sept. 1849;
90. Dr Cookson to Mr Pemberton, 11 Sept. 1849;
91. Minutes of the conversation between the Vice-Chancellor and Mr Pemberton about the application by Mr Foster on behalf of the Watch Committee, 14 Sept. 1849;
92. Resignation by the Dean of Windsor as trustee, 7 Mar. 1850;
93. Notice of Graces appointing Hon. Revd. G. Neville Grenville trustee of Hobson’s Estates, also adding the Masters of Sidney and St Peter’s to the Syndicate for settling a fresh scheme for the Trust, 13 Mar. 1850;
94. Printed papers respecting Hobson’s Trust sent to the Vice-Chancellor by the Town Clerk, 20 Sept. 1850;
95. Notice of a meeting of the Town Council for 23 Sept., also sent to the Vice-Chancellor by the Town Clerk, 20 Sept. 1850;
96. Resolutions of the Town Council respecting Hobson’s Trust, communicated by the Town Clerk, 23 Sept. 1850;
97. Mr Hyde to the Vice-Chancellor, 24 Sept. 1850;
98. Mr Hyde to Dr Ainslie, 24 Sept. 1850;
99. The Town Clerk’s letter and the Vice-Chancellor’s answer to it, 23 and 26 Sept. 1850;
100. Mr Hyde to Dr Ainslie, 1 Dec. 1850;
101. Dr Ainslie to Mr Hyde, 3 Dec. 1850;
102. The Town Clerk to the Vice-Chancellor, 19 Dec. 1850;
103. Mr Hyde to the Town Clerk, 6 Jan. 1851;
104. Draft of proposed letter from the Vice-Chancellor’s solicitor to the Town Clerk, which, however, was not sent, two copies;
105. The Town Clerk to the Vice-Chancellor, 13 Jan. 1851;
106. Mr Hyde to the Vice-Chancellor, 15 Jan. 1851;
107. Hobson’s Syndicate to the Town Council Committee, 16 Jan. 1951;
108. The Vice-Chancellor to Mr Hyde, 24 Jan. 1851;
109. Printed report of the Town Council Committee, 4 Feb. 1851;
110. The Town Council Committee to the Vice-Chancellor, 17 Feb. 1851;
111. The Vice-Chancellor to the Town Clerk, 17 Feb. 1851;
112. The Town Clerk to the Vice-Chancellor, 19 Feb. 1851;
113. The Town Council Committee to the Vice-Chancellor, 19 Feb. 1851;
114. Hobson’s Syndicate to the Town Council Committee, 21 Feb. 1851;
115. The Town Clerk to the Vice-Chancellor, 22 Feb. 1851;
116. Notes of conference between Hobson’s Syndicate and Town Council Committee, 24 Feb. 1851;
117. The Town Clerk to the Vice-Chancellor, 15 Apr. 1851;
118. Mr Hyde to the Vice-Chancellor, 16 Apr. 1851;
119. The Vice-Chancellor to the Town Clerk, 19 Apr. 1851;
120. Printed report of the Town Council Committee, two copies, 21 Apr. 1851;
121. The Vice-Chancellor to Alderman Harris, with resolutions of Hobson’s Syndicate, 25 Apr. 1851;
122. Alderman Harris to the Vice-Chancellor, 26 Apr. 1851;
123. Resolution of the Town Council Committee, communicated to the Vice-Chancellor, 1 May 1851;
124. Scheme approved by the Court of Chancery for the management of Hobson’s Workhouse Charity; with ground plan, 4 Aug. 1852;
125. Notice of Grace appointing University Governors, 21 Oct. 1852;
126. Report of University Governors recommending adoption of certain approved plans for alteration of Spinning House, appointment of Matron, etc., with notice of Grace (which was rejected), 19 May 1853;
127. Ground plan of Spinning House, not adopted;
128(1). Report of University Governors recommending adoption of plan approved by the Home Secretary, with notice of Grace (carried), 26 May 1853;
128(2). Report of the University Governors about the new Spinning House building etc., 24 Nov. 1853;
129. Policy of fire insurance for £850 in Sun Office, 17 Mar. 1854;
129a. Report of Governors of Hobson’s Trust, 2 Nov. 1853, recommending that a certain tender for reconstruction of Spinning House be accepted though exceeding the estimate by £142, confirmed Grace 9 Nov. 1853;
130. Grace appointing a Governor of Hobson’s Charity, confirmed 21 Mar. 1861;
131. Grace appointing a Governor of Hobson’s Charity, confirmed 12 Mar. 1872;
131*. Grace appointing a Governor of Hobson’s Charity, confirmed 10 Mar. 1881;
131a. Report of the Council on alterations in the Spinning House, 8 June 1891, with confirming Grace, 18 June;
131b. Judgements of Lord Chief Justice Coleridge and Chief Justice A.L. Smith, delivered on Friday 11 Dec. 1891;
131c. Hobson’s Charity, ‘The Scheme’, 1897;
131d. Dr Kenny appointed a Governor of Hobson’s Charity in the room of Mr R.T. Wright, resigned, 23 Nov. 1911;
132. Hobson’s Trust accounts, 1844-7, 1852-65, 1868-70, 1872-5, 1977-80;
132*. Rules and regulations of the Cambridge Spinning House, 21 Feb. 1854;
132**. Dietary for persons confined in the Spinning House;
132***. Rules and regulations for the inmates;
STAR CHAMBER, DOCUMENTS FROM
133. Extract from letter from Mr Cole to Messrs. Pemberton and Hayward informing them of discovery of papers among the proceedings of the Court of Star Chamber, temp. Henry VIII, which relate to the University and town of Cambridge, 1835;
134. List of above documents;
STURBRIDGE FAIR
135. Note of sums paid for booths, etc.;
136. Copy of petition of University and town relative to a Bill concerning Sturbridge Fair, temp. Elizabeth;
SUNDAY
137. Order of the Vice-Chancellor and Mayor for the observance of Sunday, 1570 or 1573;
138. Ditto, 3 Dec. 1751;
139. Ditto, 20 Nov. 1752;
140. Case with opinion of Mr Littledale that the University cannot safely alter the days for election of officers, swearing in of the Mayor etc., when these days fall on Sunday, 8 Apr. 1824;
SWINE
141. Order against swine being at large without a driver, early seventeenth century;
TAXES
142. Book of taxes with the scholars’ names, 1563;
143. Lists of taxes in the several wards, 1569;
144. Articles of agreement between the University and town as to the Land Tax, 10 Apr. 1723;
145. Heads of above, with notes;
146. Note of Graces relating to the Land Tax, 1721-3;
147. Extracts from the Audit Book relating to the Land Tax, 1722-78;
148. Order of Treasury to H.M.’s Commissioners for the Affairs of Taxes for collection of arrears of Land Tax for 1759, 17 May 1760;
149. Letter of Commissioners to the Acting Commissioners for the University accompanying above order, 6 Dec. 1798;
150. Draft letter to the Commissioners, relating to redemption of Land Tax, 6 Dec. 1798;
151. Certificate of Contract of Redemption of Land Tax on certain estates of the University for £776 5s 3 1/2d consols, 3 June 1799.

















































































































































































Dates

  • 1563 - 1911

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1998-03-07 11:46:39+00:00

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