1603

1603
A letter was addressed to Sir Robert Cecil by Nicholas Mosley and other leading laymen and clergymen, in which they complain that the Warden Dee and the Fellows of the College, with one exception, are non-resident, and they ask that a fellowship or the wardenship should be conferred upon William Bourne, who had a yearly pension from those “well-affected to religion.” (Palatine Note-book, vol. i., p. 48.)(7)