Scope and Contents
44 sets of Latin verses, circulated when an act for degree was kept, written in various hands. Nos 1-14 are dated 1575-1584. The following are endorsed: 'Carmina bach. tripodis 17o f[eb.] primo die quadragesime 1579 secundum compotum ecclesie Anglie' ; 'Carmina patris viz magistri Hutchynson in ultimo actu scilicet 17 Martii 1579 secundum compu[tum...]' ; 'Carmina patris die comitiorum quadragesime 1581' ; 'primo die Quadragesime 1582 secundum computum ecclesie etc. D. Palmer Tri.' ; 'In comitiis 1582' ; 'In vesp. in philosophia 1582 Mr Cowell' ; 'In vespere comitiorum 1582 Mr Incept Tyndall' ; 'In die comitiorum 1583 Mr Beamond'  (under backing); 'In postremo actu viz 2 Aprilis 1584 Mr Ferbecke' . There are notes on the flyleaves by John Willis Clark, Registrary, 27 October 1899, relating to the transfer of the verses to the Library.
- 1575-1590 (Circa)
- University of Cambridge (Organization)
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1 volume(s) (1 volume paper) : paper
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
In Registry until 1899. Bound and transferred to the Library (see notes on flyleaves by John Willis Clark, Registrary, 27 Oct. 1899).
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