Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
The Copes maintain that John Syclyng and William Brygges made use of a forged will, and petition for them to be summoned by privy seal to appear before the King and Council.
Endorsed: 'the Fyrst possession of the coll: after the death of Mr Kent  by dysspossing Robert Cope'.
Petition to the Earl of Holland, Chancellor, for pre-election to the first Norfolk fellowship to become void, 1629 - 1630
Originally pasted to the verso of 107a.
Freeman's petition was not successful.
The petitioners state that that William Roberts' fellowship is not void; that the next vacancy has been pre-elected to four years ago, and that Norton is not a suitable candidate for a fellowship.
Signed by Robert Tonstall, president, and John Booth, Isaac Dobson, Edward Boys, John Tindall, Edward Palgrave, Thomas Brigges and Francis Walsall, fellows.
Petition to the king requesting confirmation of papal instruments for lack of which he maintains that the patrons of the living (Master and Fellows of CCCC) are unjustly depriving him of the use of his vicarage., 1540
Petition to the Queen in Council for the remission of the 1878 Statute B (concerning college contributions) and the related college statutes, 1881
Petitions that writs be served on Robert and Margaret Cope to appear in Chancery to answer for withholding of evidences.
Petition to 'youre honourable lordshipe' against the Master and Fellows of CCCC, John Howsden, William Gill and William Croke., 1544 - 1545
Gives reasons for refusing to stand to the arbitration of the Bishop and his Chancellor. The latter part corresponds to 113p
One sheet carries allegations of perjury by the college's famer, John Howsden, the other recites events at the hearing before the Bishop of Ely.
The case of the fellows of Corpus Christi College in Cambridge appellants to their visitors, 1718-02
The attribution to Moss is in Mawson's hand.
No, 1 in Mawson's list (03/4/1)