By Charles Henry Cooper
Charles Henry Cooper charted over part a millennium of existence at Cambridge within the 5 volumes of Annals of Cambridge. Cooper practised as a solicitor in Cambridge, and used to be additionally city clerk from 1849 till his demise in 1866. He was once a prepared historian and committed loads of time to archival study, really into neighborhood heritage. Drawing on huge private and non-private files, together with petitions, city treasurers' money owed, recovery documents, dying certificate, criminal articles and letters to ruling royalty, Cooper compiled a complete chronological background of Cambridge, documenting the 'city of students' via its tumultuous political and spiritual becoming pains. It used to be released in components, within the face of substantial competition from the collage gurus, yet used to be finally acclaimed as an authoritative account. This moment quantity, released in 1843, covers the Elizabethan interval, from 1546-1601, and contains the founding of the college Press.
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0) 1548. The following letter from the King appears to have given the first official intimation of the visitation of the University which subsequently took place :— To our trusty and well beloved the Chaunceller, and in his absence the Vicechaunceller, and to all the deans, presidentes, wardens, and other Masters and Rulers of the Colledges, Halles, hostelles, and other houses of studentes and scolers, of our universitie of Cambridge, and to every of them. K. EDWARD. Right trustie and right entierly welbiloved and trustie welbiloved we grete you well.
Parker, cvi. 287, 288. Dr. —MS. Baker, xxxiv. 323. perhaps for " Out alas," a common exclamation of grief, where we should now say "alas "Out alas! " Winters Tale. iv. 3. " Ha! let me see her out alas! " Romeo fy Juliet, iv. 5. —Nares' Glossary. " Harr. Ariost. xviii. " Puiitant iv. 3. 1548] EDWARD THE SIXTH. 19 Conventicles, or gatheringe of people may be made in this Fayer, to ye trouble vexinge and disquietinge of y e Kings leage people, or lettinge of the officers of y e University to exercise there offices, under the payne of Imprisonment & further punishment as the offence shall require.
Guardian of the King's person and Lord Protector of the Realm, was in the course of this year appointed High Steward of the Town, in the room of Thomas Howard Duke of Norfolk, who was a prisoner in the Tower during the whole of this reign. About the same time, Sir William Paget (afterwards Lord Paget) succeeded the Duke of Norfolk as High Steward of the University. (1) MS. Metcalfe, 179 b. VOL. I I . V> o EDWARD THE SIXTH. [if>47 On the 13th of May, the Duke of Somerset wrote to the Corporation, complaining that they had distrained for toll on the inhabitants of Walden, who, as parcel of the Duchy of Lancaster, were exempt from all tolls.