De Fidei-Commisso.
De Verborum & Literarum obligationibus.
De Sponsionibus.
De Fide jussoribus & Mandatoribus.
De Solutionibus & Liberationibus.
De Acceptilationibus.
De Donationibus.
De Usuris, & eo quod interest, & mora.
De Emptione & Venditione.
De Locatione & Conductione.
De Societate.
De Nuptiis & Sponsalibus.
De Polygamis.
De Mandato.
De Negotiorum gestorum actione.
De Actionibus ex contractu, vel Delicto, & quasi contractu, vel delicto.
De Ludis illicitis.
De injuriis & famosis Libellis.
De Dolo malo.
De Contractibus innominatis.
De Præscriptionibus.
De Testibus.
De Fide instrumentorum.
De Juris & facti ignorantia.
De publicis Notariis, sive Tabellionibus.
De Termino moto.
De Vi & Vi armata. Si mensor falsum modum dixerit.
De Operibus publicis. Quod metus causa.
De via publica, & itinere publico.
De damno infecto suggrundis & projectis.
De Exercitoria Actione, vel Magistro navis.
De Nautis, navibus, & navigatione.
De Commerciis & Mercatoribus.
De Proxineticis.
De Nautico fœnore.
De Monopoliis, alliisq; Conventionibus illicitis.
De Jactu & contributione fienda.
De Repræsaliis.
De Publicanis & Vectigalibus.
De Nundinis.
De Dardanariis, & annonæ flagellatoribus.
De Bello.
De Re & jure militari.
De præa bellica.
De Transfugis & emansoribus.
De Pænareorum, qui res veritas ad hostes deferunt.
De Piratis.
De publico commeatu, vel salvo Conductu.
De Captivis, & post liminio reversis.
De Duello prohibito.
De Principum Confæderationibus, fæderibus & induciis.
De Legatis Principum.
De Legationibus obeundis.
De Jure Regaliorum.
De Nobilitate utrâq;.
De Insignibus & armis.
De Regulis Juris utriúsq;.

IX. The Physick Lecture is to be read thrice every Week in the Term Time, viz. upon Tuesdaies, Thursdaies, and Saturdaies, betwixt the Howers of Ten and Eleven. And forasmuch as the greatest Part of the Auditorie is like to bee of such Citizens and others, as have small Knowledge, or none at all, in the Latine Tongue: And for that every Man, for his Health's Sake, will desire to have some Knowledge in the Art of Physick; it is thought good that the two first Lectures be read in the Latine Tongue, and the other Lecture in the English Tongue, as a brief Collection, or Recapitulation, of the two former Lectures in the Latine Tongue.

The Physick Lecture to be read thrice the Week.

The two former Lectures in the Latine Tongue, and the third in English.

Touching the Matter of the said Lecture, albeit the same is to be referred to the Discretion of the Reader, yet it is wished, that he follow herein Fernelius's Method, by reading first Physiologie, then Pathologie, and last Therapentice: Whearby the Body of the sayed Art may be better imprinted, by good Method, in the Studious Auditors, rather than be disjointed, and delivered out of Order, by Exposition, by some Part of Galen or Hypocrates.

Matter and Order of the Physick Reader.

X. The Astronomie and Geometric Lectures are to be read in like Manner, viz. either of the sayed Lectures thrice in every Week.

The Astronomie and Geometrie Readers, to read thrice the Week a-piece.

Touching the Manner of the sayed Lectures; the Geometrician is to read as followeth, viz. Every Trinitie Term Arithmentique: In Michaelmas and Hilarie Termes Theorical Geometrie; and everie Easter Term Practical Geometrie.

Matter and Order for the Geometrician.

XI. The Astronomie Reader is to read first the Principles of the Sphere, and Theoriques of the Planets, &c. Which being read and opened, he shall apply them to Use, by reading Geographie, and the Art of Navigation, in some one Term of every Year. The Daies appointed for the Astronomie Lecture ar Mondaie, Wednesdaie, and Fridaie, betwixt the Howers of Two and Three in the Afternoon. For Geometrie, Tuesdaie, Thursdaie, and Saturdaie, at the same Hower in the Afternoon. The first Reading of the sayed Lectures is to be in Latine; the next in English; and so following in the same Order.

The Matter and Order to be observed by the Astronomie Reader.

XII. The Rhetorique Lecture is to be read thrice every Week in the Term Tyme, viz. upon Moondaies, Wednesdaies, and Fridaies, by the Space of one whole Hower, in the Latine Tongue, with a brief Collection, or Recapitulation, for one Quarter of an Hower, in the English Tongue, betwixt the Howers of Ten and Eleven in the Forenoon.

The Rhetorique Reader to read thrice in the Week in the Latin Tongue, with a Recapitulation of one Quarter in English.

XIII. The Musick Lecture is to be read thrice every Week in Manner following, viz. The Theorique Part for one haulf Hower, in the English Tongue: And the Practique Part, by Consort of Voices or of Instruments, for the other haulf Hower. The Daies appointed for this Lecture ar Tuesdaies, Thursdaies, and Saturdaies, in the Afternoon, betwixt the Howers of Three and Fower.

The Musick Lecture to be haulf Theorique, and haulf Practique.

XIV. Farther, for more Order and Comeliness sake, it is thought meet, that the sayed Lecturers shall read their Lectures in such Habit, as the Manner is of publique Readers in the Universities, viz. In such Hoods and Habits as fit their Degree.

To read in their Hoods, after the Manner of the Universitie.

XV. Lastlie, for the good ordering and safe keeping of the sayed Howse in decent Order, it is thought convenient, that some meet Person bee thearto appointed, who is to keep the Place of Reading, Cloisters, Garden, and other open and common Places of the sayed Howse, and to see the Gates shut and opened in convenient Times. And to that Purpose, is to have his Lodging within the sayed Howse, by the Assignment of sayed Lecturers. The Keeper is to be chosen and appointed by the L. Maior, and Court of Aldermen, with the Consent of the sayed Lecturers, or the greater Part of them.

The Keeper of the House to be appointed by the L. Maior and Court of Aldermen, &c. with Consent of the Readers.

BOOK I. Ch. 31. p.287.b. l.16. After all recorded there concerning that wise and wealthy Knight, Sir Tho. Gresham, I add a Particular of the great Estate he left behind him to his Wife, the Lady Gresham, from an authentic Original Paper.

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