Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Extracts from the statutes of the University of Cambridge: (fo. 1) Elizabethan statutes; (fo. 41) Royal letters of Kings James I, Charles I and Charles II to the University; (fo. 57) further statutes and decrees covering the same period. Inside the front cover are the names 'Mr. Bright, 36 Cadogan Place' and Lilley and Britnell. There are also various numbers of sale catalogues.
Henry Elsynge, 'Judicature in Parliament', 81 folios. On folio i v is 'E Libris MSS Geo. Pryme Hospit: Lincol: Westmon. AD 1806'. The entry at front of the volume is to George Pryme, M.A. (1781-1868), the only son of Christopher Pryme of Hull. George attended Trinity College, Cambridge, and was admitted to Lincoln's Inn in 1803. He was Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge University, 1828-1863.
Includes: I) copy of petition by Samuel Lee, Regius Professor of Hebrew, and by James Scholefield, Regius Professor of Greek, to William IV, Feb. 1833; II) Trinity College: copy of charter of endowment, 24 Dec. 1546, transcribed 18 Apr. 1833 from CUL MS Mm.1.38; III) Trinity College: copy of statutes of 1552, apparently transcribed from CUL MS Mm.1.42
With (fos 58-73) notes of founders of college, scholarships etc., collected by John Davenant; (fos 73v-74) lists of fellows, 1616, 1644, 1660. Also list of presidents, 1448-1760. Apparently in hand of Charles Plumptre DD.
fo. 1: list of statutes in the hand of Simon Patrick. fos. 2v-4, 51-4: blank. inside front cover: 'Saml Knight', 'Bx.d.1.19'. fo. 2: 'B.d.1.19' (mark of J. P. Baumgartner).
In the hand of William Sandcroft. (fo. 6) note with autograph of Sancroft, 'Of two statutes, the restrayning Statute doth bind. If neither restrained, the latter doth bind.'; (fo. 6v) alphabetical list of contents; (fo. 8) address to University by Elizabeth I; (fo. 9) statutes of the University, 1570.
'Leges sive Statuta Cantabrigiensis Academiae', statutes of Cambridge University of 1570, 21 folios. On fo. iv is a blazon of the arms of Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk, who was the university's chancellor, 1614-1626. On fo. 1 is an initial E. emblazoned with the royal arms.