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  1. 17/11/2022 · © 2022 Sidney Sussex College, Sidney Street, Cambridge CB2 3HU, UK Tel. +44(0) 1223 338800 Registered Charity No. 1137586

  2. 22/11/2022 · At Sidney Sussex College the drabness of the cement facing of the buildings belies the qualities evident in the early 19th-century drawings of them. Wyatville's ingenious alterations of 1821–33 have created, out of an unresolved duality of two adjacent courts differing in date and style, a unified design on an E-plan, with the Gatehouse as the central feature.

  3. 17/11/2022 · College Departments and Staff © 2022 Sidney Sussex College, Sidney Street, Cambridge CB2 3HU, UK Tel. +44(0) 1223 338800 Registered Charity No. 1137586 Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Twitter YouTube

  4. 07/11/2022 · © 2022 Sidney Sussex College, Sidney Street, Cambridge CB2 3HU, UK Tel. +44(0) 1223 338800 Registered Charity No. 1137586

    • Foundation.
    • Endowments.
    • Advowsons.
    • statutes.
    • Buildings.
    • Historical Sketch.
    • Pictures.
    • Plate.
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    • Masters of Sidney Sussex College

    Sidney Sussex College stands ona plot of ground of about 5½ acres which at one timebelonged to the Franciscan friars. Here the friars hadsettled about the middle of the 13th century and hadbuilt their church, cloisters, and friary. In 1538 thefriary was suppressed and in1546 the buildings and site wasconveyed by Henry VIII to hisnew college of Trin...

    The whole income of the College at the outset was only a rent-charge of £30 fromthe manor of Bagginton bought out of the foundress'slegacy. Sir John, however, contributed, besides £100towards the building, £30 a year for the first fouryears, increased this to £110 for the next four yearsand, finally, on 10 April 1608, endowed the Collegewith his ma...

    In 1649 James Risley gave theadvowson of the vicarage of Wilshamstead (Beds.),which was exchanged in 1786 by Act of Parliamentfor that of the rectory of Week St. Mary (Cornw.).Mr. Gyles, a member of the College, left in 1654 theadvowson of Peasmarsh vicarage (Suss.). In 1703James Johnson, the Master, gave £1,200 to purchaseadvowsons, and also estat...

    The original statutes given to theCollege in 1598 by the executors were based onthose of Emmanuel. The object of the foundationwas stated clearly and emphatically in severalpassages. 'The single purpose that we have in viewis the glory of God and the edification of the Churchby a sound training of young men so that theCollege may be made a seminari...

    The architect of the new Collegewas Ralph Simons, who had, a few years previously,built Emmanuel College. He was assisted by a localarchitect, Gilbert Wigge. The building was of brickwith stone dressings in the style of the period andwas by no means of the dark and gloomy characterdescribed by Harraden 200 years later as is evidentfrom original bri...

    The deed of foundationwas sealed by the executors on 14 February 1596.The College was to consist of a Master, 10 fellowsand 20 scholars in accordance with the foundress'swill. The Master was James Montagu of Christ'sCollege, Dean of the Chapel Royal; 3 fellows and4 scholars were also named in the deed and 7 morefellows were nominated by the executo...

    The following are the most notable:the foundress, full length, attributed to the Dutchartist, Hans Eworth, (fn. 2) and also a half-length; OliverCromwell by Samuel Cooper, (fn. 3) and another by H.Walker; 'Repose after the Flight into Egypt', analtar-piece by Giovanni Battista Pittoni. (fn. 4)

    Ewer and basin, silver gilt, 1606–7, presented by Sir John Harrington, son and heir of theexecutor. Steeple cup and cover, silver-gilt, 1610–11,presented by the Earl of Kent in 1611. A similar cupand cover, another of about twice the weight alsogiven by the Earl and a number of other early pieceshave disappeared, probably during the Civil War.Plate...

    The corporate seal of the College, showinga porcupine and surrounding it the inscription:sigill commvn collegii dominae francisc sydneysvssex. A smaller seal showing the foundress's arms ona lozenge and surrounding it the motto: diev megarde de calvmniez.

    James Montagu: 14 Feb. 1596. Francis Aldrich: Apr. 1608. Samuel Ward: 9 Jan. 1610. Richard Minshull: 13 Sept. 1643. Joshua Basset: (fn. 6)7 Mar. 1687. James Johnson: 9 Dec. 1688. Bardsey Fisher: 22 Jan. 1704. Joseph Craven: 25 Feb. 1723. John Frankland: (fn. 7)12 Feb. 1728. John Adams: 15 Sept. 1730. Francis Sawyer Parris: 20 Aug. 1746. William Ell...

  5. 25/11/2022 · © 2022 Sidney Sussex College, Sidney Street, Cambridge CB2 3HU, UK Tel. +44(0) 1223 338800 Registered Charity No. 1137586

  6. 02/11/2022 · © 2022 Sidney Sussex College, Sidney Street, Cambridge CB2 3HU, UK Tel. +44(0) 1223 338800 Registered Charity No. 1137586

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