Selections from the Records of the City of Oxford, with Extracts from Other Documents Illustrating the Municipal History: Henry VIII. to Elizabeth, 1509-1583

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J. Parker and Company, 1880 - 478 páginas
 

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Michael Heth compounds for the office of Chamberlain by paying 6 1520 p
28
One of the rioters concerned in the death of Hugh Todd a scholar of canon law
30
The Kings letter to the Bailiffs complaining of their not empanelling a sufficient
42
Accounts rendered respecting repairs of the South bridge 1525
54
The Bailiffs are imprisoned by the Commissary of the University in Bocardo
56
p
57
Writ to enforce the University Charter and for the Mayor and Bailiffs to appear
62
Proceedings in the University Court against the Bailiffs of Oxford for closing
69
The answer of the Scholars and Commissary to the Bill of complaint 1530 p
81
Enrolment of a deed relating to tenements in St Aldates 1531
94
Articles exhibited by the Mayor and Burgesses of the Town of Oxford against
95
John Pie admitted to the office of Chamberlainship hath paid 5 1531 p
103
Copy of the obligation binding the Town in five hundred pounds to abide
110
Richard Wickstead and William Spencer compound for Chamberlains places
116
The Mayor Aldermen and other citizens discommoned 1533 p
117
Clauses contained in the writings of the Mayor and his brethren thought to
127
That the butchers shall sell their tallow in the City 1535
133
Proceedings in relation to certain information sent to the Privy Council by John
140
The Charter of the corporation of butchers of Oxford 1536
144
Lease of two cottages on north side of the Castle mills 1537
149
Convention between Magdalen College and the City concerning subsidies 1539
155
Letter from the Privy Council requiring the Mayor to send an authorized person
156
Letter from Privy Council to send up to Newgate two prisoners in Bocardo 1541
161
Burgesses of Parliament elected 1572
163
Thomas Cogan admitted to the office of Chamberlain 1542
165
The differences between the City and University referred to arbitrament 1542
168
Thomas Mallinson to finish two chimneys in a new building above Bocardo 1543
169
William Kelney amerced ros for wrongful vexation of John Wells
173
Extracts from the Chamberlains accounts rents returned 1544
174
Bond given by the Commissary of the University in one thousand pounds to
176
p 224
177
Thomas Swadling discharged of the office of Chamberlain 1546
181
The Mayor
187
Letter concerning the College Schools 1548
191
Form of deed for compounding for the office of Chamberlain 1548
193
Those that are appointed to confer with Mr Case for the Schoolhouse 1576 p 378
198
Nicholas Todd discharged from the offices of Chamberlain and Bailiff 1546 p
200
Resolution for the purchase of lands 1550
202
John Symson discharged of the offices of Chamberlain and Bailiff 1549
210
Money collected for the Kendalmen 1556
256
For sealing an obligation between the Town and Saint Frideswides 1556 p
257
Arbitration in the dispute between the Warden and Masters on one side and
261
The surrender of the Castle mills for the moiety 1557
265
The Mayor to attend upon Mr Recorder 1557
266
Water of the Castle mills let 1558
273
Confirmation of an act for the election of the Mayor 1558
274
Robert Atkynson student in the Temple to have an annuity 1560 p
281
An order for the laying out of the Chamberlains 1561
286
Auditors to be chosen from the Council 1562
287
A letter from the Privy Council to enquire concerning a disorder committed
289
New orders for the election of Mayor Bailiffs and Chamberlains 1562
290
Thomas Furres and William Hortoppe dismissed the Councilhouse 1562 p
293
Stewards for the election dinner 1575
295
When the election of the Mayor shall be and how 1562
297
Ordinance concerning the election of the Mayor 1564
17
Petition from the Bailiffs to Archbishop Parker for payment of their expenses
27
The Key Keepers
7
Certain shoemakers committed to prison 1575
9
Enrolment of the will of William Fleming 1546
scholars 1562
Proceedings in consequence of the refusal of the Mayor c to take the oath
The cage ordered to be replaced by act of the University 1574
p 2
Robert Rychardson to have the game of the Swans 1576
Gloves delivered to be kept 1583
PRESENTATION TO THE CHURCHES PRESENTATION TO THE CHURCHES
St PeterintheEast 1520 p 27 St Giles 1545
4
The Bailiffs
5
The Chamberlains to be elected after the old custom 1563
7
Enrolment of Thomas Days charter 1536
10
Controversy between Edmund Irish and Richard Gunter as to precedency
11
Lease to Augustyn Kyrke and William Nabbe 1555
16
p 289
20
St Clements 1524
25
Swans nest leased 1582
26
The taking of toll to be discussed 1566 p 316
Edward Hurst pays 6 135 4 1 composition for the office of Bailiff 1531
St Giles 1531 p 95

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