Reference Code: GBR/0265/UA/T.X.20
Scope and Contents
Its contents are as follows: in the main section from front, ff.7v-19v, are accounts chiefly relating to poor relief, plague, house of correction; in the main section from end, ff.90v-65v, are mostly accounts relating to routine University matters; also includes, f.1.a.v and 5, memoranda of members of the University found in alehouses; f.1.b, P[re]dicatores academici; f.2, Tradita (from Dr Wren); ff.4 and 6, Notes on the Acts of the Apostles; ff.89v-88v, Fines for Alehouse keepers, etc.;...
1629 - 1631
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