Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Copies of the statute 'Per quantum tempus poterit Cancellarius abesse a municipio, et de Vice-Cancellario. (Statuta Antiqua 8), 1725 - 1731
The copies are, according to Mawson's note, taken from the Old Proctor's Book and from Matthew Parker's copy. The Proctor's Book copy states that the Chancellor shall not be absent for more than 15 days with having a deputy approved by a majority of the Regents; in Parker's copy the word 'Cancellarius' appears as ';Vice-Cancellarius'.
Proposed statutes for Corpus Christi College, 1877
New statutes as approved by the Commissioners
Statuta in admissione baccalaureorum in artibus legenda, ad quorum observationem singuli teneture virtute juramenti (STC 4491.6), 1637
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.
Statuta legenda in admissione Baccalaureorum in Theologia ad quorum observationem singuli tenentur (related to Wing C352A), 1690
Includes the library oath, of June 1684, and does not appear to match any of the versions listed in ESTC
Statutes of CCC, Camb. And Visitors' decrees, 1740 - 1748
Transcription of Edward VI's injunctions for the visitation of the university, or the statutes as amended by the visitors and interprettions up to 1607.