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Documents Relating to Bishop Gardiner(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Documents Relating to Bp Gardiner
Codicology:Paper, 310 x 210 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College), of various sizes, pp. circa 420, seculo xvi scriptus(Content authored by Nasmith).
Foliation: ff. i-ii + pp. 1-8 + 8a-9a + 9-94 + 94a-95a + 95-316 (317-318 missing) + 319-436 + ff. iii-iv(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: English and Latin.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
3-6
Letter of King Philip and Queen Mary to William Paulet, lord treasurer, concerning Cardinal Pole (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letter from king Philip and queen Mary to the marquis of Winchester lord treasurer, dated Mar. 1, 2 et 3 regni, declaring it to be their royal will and pleasure, that cardinal Pole should have and enjoy a clear yearly revenue of 5000 . and as the see of Canterbury produceth but 2600 . per annum, they direct and command him to pay to the said cardinal the sum of 1000 . yearly out of the bishoprick of Winchester, and to assign him lands to the further amount of 1400 . out of those formerly belonging to the see of Canterbury, situated in Kent, Sussex and Surrey, and now remaining in their hands, or if there were not lands remaining to that amount, to pay him the deficiency yearly out of the exchequer (Content authored by Nasmith)
5
Dated Greenwich 1 March “the seconde and thirde yeres of our raignes”
2.
7-8
Letter from Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset to Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, 1548 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letter from the duke of Somerset to the bishop of Winchester, repeating his command that he should not treat of the mass nor of other controversial points in his sermon: dated Syon June 28, 1548 (Content authored by Nasmith)
8
Signed “ E. Somercet
Wilkins IV 28. Burnet, Records XXVIII
3.
9-10
Letter from Stephen Gardiner, bishop of Winchester to John Godsalve (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letter from the bishop of Winchester to Godsalve on his being to be put out of his bishoprick which he had that day enjoyed 16 years (Content authored by Nasmith)
Burnet, Records XIII
4.
11-14
Letter from Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset to Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, 1548 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Another copy of the preceding letter from the duke of Somerset to the bishop of Winchester (Content authored by Nasmith)
In the same hand as 2
12
signature “ E. Somerset
5.
15-30
Sermon of Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, preached before King Edward VI, 29 June 1548 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
The sermon of the bishop of Winchester before the kings majestie 29 June, 1548, on Matthew XVI. 13 (Content authored by Nasmith)
In this sermon he gives his opinion on the state of religion in England, and blames every innovation that had been made since the death of Henry VIII. maintaining the real presence in the sacrament and the celibacy of priests, but approving the renunciation of the papal power and the dissolution of monasteries(Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Strype, Eccl. Mem. III I, 402. Gasquet and Bishop, Edward VI etc. 83, 116
6.
31-33
Judgement of Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester and Thomas Thirlby, Bishop of Westminster concerning the election of Masters Sandes and Haggerstone as procurators (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Decretum episcoporum Wintoniensis et Westmonasteriensis de electione Magistrorum Sandes et Haggerstone in procuratores (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq. Cf. MS 106. 14
7.
34-50
Notes of the depositions of witnesses examined against Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Notes of the depositions of witnesses examined against the bishop of Winchester (Content authored by Nasmith)
Gives the names of witnesses and then a series of numbers indicating Articles against the Bishop, with notes as to how far each was proved. References are also made to some fuller document
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
8.
51-56
List of counsel appearing for Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, 1547, 1548, 1550 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
The appearance of the counsell the daies here ensewing in the bishop of Winchesters cause, annis 1547, 1548, 1550 (Content authored by Nasmith)
In a hand resembling Cranmer's: lists of names
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
9.
57-116
Examination of witnesses on articles put forward against Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Examination of witnesses upon certain articles exhibited against the bishop of Winchester, and others delivered by him in answer thereto (Content authored by Nasmith)
viz.
(1) of John earl of Bedford, lord privy seal, p. 57
(2) of John earl of Warwick, p. 65
(3) of sir William Harbert knight, p. 77
(4) of William marquis of Northampton, lord great chamberlain of England, p. 85
(5) of Edward duke of Somerset, p. 93
(6) of William earl of Wiltshire, high treasurer of England, p. 103
(7) of George lord Cobham, p. 114 (Content authored by Nasmith)
62
Copy certified as 'Concordat cum Registro' by W. Say (pp. 62, 74, 82, 91, 99, 113, 115)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
10.
117-122
Letter from Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester to John Dudley, Earl of Warwick, 1552 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letter from the bishop of Winchester to the earl of Warwick after the duke of Somerset's death, petitioning to be released from his tedious and unjust confinement, dated Oct. 18 (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
11.
123-138
Articles put forward by Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, in his own defence (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Articles exhibited by Stephen bishop of Winchester in his own defence before the judges delegate (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
12.
139-146
Objection of Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, to the authority of the judges delegate (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Protestatio episcopi Wintoniensis contra autoritatem judicum delegatorum (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
13.
147-156
Additional positions and articles submitted by Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Additional positions and articles delivered in by the bishop of Winchester (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
14.
157-162
Articles of defence submitted by Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Other articles of defence delivered in by the bishop of Winchester (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
15.
163-166
Allegations of Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester in answer to the articles put forward against him (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Allegations of the same, touching the admonishment ministred in the act, to make a full answer to the 7, 8, 9 and 19 articles (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Strype, Cranmer, 315 sqq.
16.
167-346
Latin exercises of Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester during his imprisonment in the Tower of London (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Exercitationes episcopi Wintoniensis quando turri Londinensi incarcerabatur (Content authored by Nasmith)
Forms the largest part of the volume. It consists of
a.
167
A collection of Latin proverbs and phrases in 3 and 4 columns to the page: these pages bound in transversely, p. 167
b.
A selection from Latin poets
191
Martial, p. 191
225
Juvenal, p. 225
242
Virgil, p. 242
c.
249
Original Latin verses (Elegiacs), 12 lines to a page with many corrections, p. 249,
beginning
249
Incipit:
Sese nosce (nosse) quidem dominum hoc est noscere et idem
Noverit ambos qui noverit alterutrum
249
“Utrumque novit”
298
On pp. 298-299 is a neatly written poem on the name of Jesus (with which name each line ends)
298
Incipit:
Omnibus omne (?) locis tutamen nomen Iesus
...
Spiritus ast fructus bene adorat nomen Iesu.
303
The Latin Elegiacs in the former hand are then resumed (p. 303) and continue to p. 342
17.
347-348
Conditions without which the Protestant princes will not consent to the proposed council at Augsburg, 1559 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Conditiones sine quibus domini protestantes nolunt consentire in concilium eis propositum, in comitiis Augustae 1559, 2 Junii (Content authored by Nasmith)
18.
349-354
Pius IV, Ad ecclesiae regimen, 1560(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Bulla indictionis sacri oecumenici concilii Tridentini paschate subsequente celebrandi [seu potius continuandi] edita per papam Pium IV, 1560 (Content authored by Nasmith)
Copied from print “Romae apud Ant. Bladum Impressorem Cameralem”
19.
355-395
Letter written in the name of the emperor to the pope or his legate concerning the business of the Council of Trent (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Oratio seu potius scriptum papae vel ejus legato traditum nomine imperatoris de concilio hocce indicendo; ubi recenset difficultates quas sperat papam explicaturum, et ut bonus fructus ex concilio sperari possit, suadet concessionem calicis laicis et conjugii clericis (Content authored by Nasmith)
20.
396-406
Judgement of the bishop and clergy of Canterbury concerning the calling of general councils, 1536 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
The judgement of the bishops and clergy of the province of Canterbury concerning the calling of general councils, signed with all their hands July 20, 1536 (Content authored by Nasmith)
That no general council ought to be called but by the general consent of Christian princes.
Cromwell signs before the archbishop, and Polydore Virgil signs as archdeacon of Wells(Content authored by Nasmith)
Wilkins, Concilia, III 88
21.
407-410
Petition of the fellows of Magdalen College Oxford against their president Dr. Oglethorp (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Bloxam Magd. Coll. Register, Vol. II, App. p. 309
22.
411-414
Articles of accusation against Dr Oglethorp, president of Magdalen College, Oxford (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Articles of accusation against the same (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Bloxam Magd. Coll. Register, Vol. II, App. p. 312
23.
415-416
Injunctions given by the visitors to Magdalen College, Oxford (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Injunctions given by the visitors to the said college (Content authored by Nasmith)
Frere, Visitation Articles II 228
24.
417-418
Petition of the city of Oxford to the king, that the grammar school and choirs of the several colleges may not be suppressed (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Petition of the city of Oxford to the king, that the grammar school and choirs of the several colleges, wherein many of their children were maintained and educated, may not be suppressed (Content authored by Nasmith)
25.
419-424
Remonstrance of Magdalen College, Oxford against the injunctions of the visitors (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Remonstrance of Magdalen College against the injunctions of the visitors (Content authored by Nasmith)
26.
425-428
Letter from the fellows of Magdalen College, Oxford to Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Literae supplicatoriae a Magdalensibus missae ad Thomam Cantuariensem archiepiscopum, ne illorum collegium detrimentum patiatur ex nuper factis injunctionibus (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Bloxam Magd. Coll. Register, Vol. II, App. p. 305
27.
429-432
Articles of accusation against Dr Oglethorp, president of Magdalen College, Oxford, with his responses (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
The above articles with Dr. Oglethorp's answer to them in the margin, and his further defence annexed (Content authored by Nasmith)
Cf. Bloxam Magd. Coll. Register, Vol. II, App. p. 318
28.
433-436
Queries put to the corporation of Oxford relating to their petition to the king concerning the dissolution of several abbeys (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Queries put to the corporation of Oxford relating to their petition (In Cranmer's hand) (Content authored by Nasmith)
Note written on the last page: “Upon the end of this visitation Dr. Gualter Haddon was appointed president and Dr. Oglethorpe removed, who at queen Mary's time was restored: this Oglethorpe was after bishop of Carlisle.” (Content authored by Nasmith)