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Return from the university of Cambridge sent to the chancellor in Apr 1629, (in pursuance of a requisition from the House of Commons in Feb 1629,) of the names of all persons who since the 13th year of Q. Elizabeth had taught or published anything contrary to the Articles of Religion, and of the acts, censures, recantations, etc. thereon; with an account of the proceedings upon the drawing up the return, Apr 1629

MS. Rawl. B. 280, fol. 33
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The cases reported amount to fourteen. The return is attested at the end with the signature of James Tabor, registrar of the university.


  • Creation: Apr 1629


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MS. Rawl. B. 280, fol. 33


  • The Speaker's letter and the graces which passed the senate thereupon are printed in Heywood's and Wright's Cambridge university transactions during the puritan controversies , in octavo. Lond. 1854, vol. ii. pp. 367–369, where, however, is added a note of Baker's to the effect that what was done in the matter does not appear.


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