Found in 1929 Collections and/or Records:
Half-yearly receipts for window tax and contributions to town poor and to marshal's wages, 1764-03-25 - 1764-10-09
Several stray vouchers for earlier years mixed in with those for 1764
Half-yearly receipts for window tax, contribution to the University voluntary poor rate and the marshal's wages, 1760-03-29 - 1760-10-02
Found with these vouchers was a small bundle of vouchers relating to the college estate at Willingham; these now stand at CCCC09/N4/51-70 (IV 51-70). See also 02B/66/60-61
Receipted 14 July.
Receipts for land tax paid by the tenant, Thomas Pyke, 18 Oct. 1757 to 10 Apr. 1759 to William Haradine and on 9 Oct. 1758 and 10 Apr. 1759 to Thomas Wallis, and Pyke's receipt for 4s from the college, 6 Mar. 1759.
These all relate to the bursarship of John Tinkler
Letter acknowledging receipt via Coutts & Co. of £837 18s 2d as the fine for the renewal of the lease of Alford, and £14 for stamps, expenses, etc., 1840-09-28
Also including other bursarial matter.
Endorsed: Land Tax / Newnham
With receipt from Newell Cole, William Newell's nephew.
Letter with thanks for a draft of ten guineas on Mr Constable for drawing up a survey of Benet Street [Westminster], 1766-08-23
At foot a receipt by John Barnardiston, dated 30 Sept. 1766, for the ten guineas which had paid on behalf of the college.
1. the inventory of the books in the college libraries sealed with the seal of Matthew Archbishop of Canterbury;
2. ordinatio Hospitalis Eastbridge, Cantuar; with the seals of the Archbishop and the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury;
3. of a perpetual size in Corpus Christi Coll: and of the foundation of two scholars in Gonville and Trinity Colleges;
4. one chronicle in a roll covered with red leather belonging to the inward library in Corpus Christi College
Entered in the Audit Book as 'old arrears to butler'.
Annotated: 'Paid in Cook's Account. In Blue Book'
List of sums laid out by the Master for the chapel, largely paid out of Mr Lockhart's fine for Landbeach, 1663-02-10
Many items are for furnishings - cushions, etc.
Memorandum: 20 July  Mr Sayer was by sentence of the Vice-Chancellor appointed to paye tese sums following . . ., 1581-07-20
Further notes by Norgate on dorse.
Innkeeper's bill for meals, drinks, horsehire, etc.
Note of a fine received at a manorial court at Landbeach, and that a lease will be ready tomorrow., 1763-01-21
A few earlier and a few undated items also found among what were four separate rolls.