Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Copy of order about fees to be paid at the Royal Commencement, 1728-04
Most of these documents have endoresments identifying their contents in Mawson's hand. Some come from his term as Vice-Chancellor, others, of earlier date were probably gathered as precedents, or as curiosities. One item, relating to his successor, Edmund Castle, 02/M/31/1/9, must have been added to the bundle later, perhaps by Castle.
Copy of order for components for conversion of W1 into W1A type. Sub-contract under our Air Ministry Contract no. B.104584/40. (C.201693 x 12), 1940-06-10
Decree concerning procedure for college examinations as apreliminary to appearing in the public schools, 1628-09-11
Further copy of WHITTLE 96, 1940-06-10
Letters, blueprints, drawings, orders, memoranda, telegrams.
Order approving exchange of easements with Selwyn College, 1883-10-25
Plan as in 181
Order approving exchange of lands and easements, 1883-10-25
Block plan as in 180, but a cleaner version.
Order dispensing the Master, Robert Norgate, from the statutory requirement to put all moneys received into the Billingford chest.within fifteen days, 1575-11-03
For admissions to fellowships recorded alongside those of admissions of students see 04/O/4 following. Elections and admissions to fellowships are also recorded in the chapter books (CCCC01/C).
Order for payment of caution money., 1629-01-16
Fellow commoners are to pay £5, pensioners £3 and sizars 30s. Signed by Henry Butts as Master and 7 fellows.
Endorsed: The first order of the Master and Fellows about Caution-Money.
Order for the sale of plate to finance repairs to the walls, and especially, roofs, of the college., 1648-06-08
Signed by the Master and 12 fellows of whom Nicholas Ganning signs subject to conditions previously expressed by him in a letter.
Order of the King in Council in response to a petition from the Master and Fellows for leave to rebuild the Westminster tenements., 1639-11-30
The order refers the question to the Earls of Arundel and/or Dorset, who are the appoint a view to be taken by the Surveyor of the King's Works and some others of the Commissioners for Buildings upon whose report, if it shall appear that the request may conveniently be granted their Lordships are to give order that the same be done.