By Walter Mildmay, Frank Stubbings
The unique Tudor Latin statutes of Emmanuel collage, Cambridge, are the following translated for the 1st time via Frank Stubbings, existence Fellow and previous Librarian of the varsity. the school used to be based in 1584 via Sir Walter Mildmay, Chancellor of the Exchequer to Queen Elizabeth I. Its leading item was once the learning of Puritan ministers, and its graduates have been trendy within the spiritual inspiration and job of the 17th century. within the 1630s many (like John Harvard) emigrated for moral sense sake and have become a powerfully formative aspect in early New England. the nature of the school is accordingly traditionally vital, and the elemental record for it's those statutes. Dr Stubbings presents not just explanatory reviews, yet an advent which elucidates the Founder's objective via outlining the historical past of the college in the course of the non secular and social ups and downs of his lifetime. The statutes themselves aren't any mere dry bones: they let us know not just of dons and undergraduates, yet of the Manciple, the chefs, the launderer and the Master's servant. The booklet contains additionally the school orders of 1588, supplementary rules on such daily issues as mealtimes and pupil behaviour. the unique Latin statutes are published on the finish of the quantity.
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D. . , Cambridge, 1884. See also §vm of 'The historical background' above. advowsons: As the Founder's purpose for his college was to educate Puritan ministers and preachers he was anxious that there should be suitable livings for them to go to when qualified. He himself gave the College the advowsons of Stanground and Farcet in Huntingdonshire and of Queen Camel in Somerset. Henry Hastings, third Earl of Huntingdon, who shared Mildmay's Puritan sympathies, in 1586 gave us those of Loughborough in Leicestershire and North Cadbury and Aller in Somerset; while Sir Francis Walsingham (brother of the Founder's wife) gave Thurcaston in Leicestershire in 1585.
California, Los Angeles, 99 Shuckburgh, E. S. Emmanuel College, London, 1904 The manuscripts The statutes made by Sir Walter were written out fair in a special book, described below, signed and sealed by him in the presence of seven witnesses on i October 1585, and handed over to Laurence Chaderton, the first Master of the College. , bound in oak boards covered with once crimson leather (now badly faded), with green silk ties with silver clasps. The corners of the clasps are engraved with a tiny acorn motif.
The text is carefully written in a black-letter script, with the initials of the chapters and of the chapter-titles gilt, except for those of the two additional chapters at the end. On the inside of the back-board has been pasted down the left-hand half of a leaf of vellum which had written on it (with gilding) the opening title of the book and the beginning of the 22 THE MANUSCRIPTS preface - perhaps a trial-sample, though it is not apparent why it should have been preserved. ). It would doubtless also have been used at the election of Masters or Fellows or Scholars (chapters 11,19, 32) both for the reading of the relevant passages on the qualification of candidates, and for those elected to peruse before taking their oath.