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Coroner's certificate

Addressed to Lynford Caryl, certificate declaring James Potters, deceased, died as a result of falling from a mare and his body now ready for Christian burial. Signed by James Day, deputy coroner.

The Roosters

Names on board read J. B. Woolley, C. J. M. Baines, J. E. Gray, N. Williams, J. W. A. Calver, S. H. O. Watson, H. C. Jeafferson, D. J. V. Hamilton Miller, W. Hedley, E. Jordan, K. H. S. Slater, S. J. Robbins, M. R. Sinclair, G. Benson, G. W. Browne, W. B. B. Rees, S. M. Battersby, J. E. Young, W. E. Osborne, F. J. T. Mew, C. E. W. Johnson, G. R. Osbourne, A. D. Drayson, T. E. Barratt, C. C. B. Danvers, J. V. D. Deakin, W. H. Thomas, F. Brittain, R. S. Marsden, J. Salmon, S. D. Colwell, W. A. Oldham, W. Peter, R. J. Bloom, R. Clarke, C. D. Waddams, C. Fielding

Live Recordings

Live recording of a performance of the May Week Entertainment, a masque called The Seasons at Jesus College on 13 June 1955. No indication of performers or location. Annotated [by Laurence Picken?] 'second side dud recording with fan'.

In EMI tape box, annotated 'SCOTCH BOY MC II-III 3660' 1 JOIN'

University Recording Company

May Ball 1959

Includes programme, poster, May Ball committee dinner menu and ball supper menu and group photograph of attendees taken in First Court in front of C and D staircases.

Repairs and valuation

Miscellaneous documents about the fund for the repair or rebuilding of the parsonage house, see also material in file 9/8. A letter from the College to 'My Dear Lord' (apparently not the Bishop) 25 April 1809 (item 9/11/1), summarises the situation from 1784, and is linked to a Trust Deed (9/11/2) of 1791, but endorsed 1809, about the investment of money for dilapidations, with a rough assessment of the valuation of the benefice (9/11/3), undated. There is a receipt from Richard and William Dale, 25 September 1819 (9/11/4) for £14.6.9, for repairs to the Chancel 1808-1810, and a printed form for 'Consolidated £3 per cent. Annuites. Acceptance anmd Dividends', filled in and dated 1831 (9/11/5).

Programme

Programme for a performance of Britten's Saint Nicolas in the College Chapel on Monday 10th March 1958 at 8.30pm. The Jesus Singers, orchestra and boys of the Chapel Choir were conducted by Peter Fletcher

Performers:
Saint Nicolas - Wilfred Brown
The Boy Nicolas - Anthony Tilley
The Pickled Boys - Kenneth Marshall, Richard Howes, Anthony Tilley

(The orchestra included Philip Ledger playing the piano)

Programme

Programme for Aristophanes, Thesmophpriazusae (The Judgment of Women) and John Blow, Venus and Adonis, performed in the Cloisters at Jesus College during May Week on 9th June 1958. The music was played by the College Orchestra conducted by John Turner

Flint

Struck flake, possibly Palaeolithic with later working to turn it into a scraper.

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