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The fourth Cambridge lector was John de Weston, who appears to have had no previous connection with any other University. 2 His successor, W. 4 He, in turn, was succeeded by Thomas of York, who, like Eustace de Normanville, came on here from Oxford, where he had been lecturing since 1253. This first group of names shows that the Cambridge Franciscans were obviously anxious to get good men as their lecturers and were attracting some of the most prominent scholars of the day. Of the next five lectors—Humphry de Hautboys, W.

22 THE FRIARS AND THE UNIVERSITY: I225-I306 custodies. This meant that the convents in the University towns were unlike the ordinary convents anywhere else. No doubt eacli contained a group of friars who carried on the ordinary business of the community, but probably the majority of those who lived and worked there were students sent thither for purposes of study. 2 This does not tell us very much, but it shows that Cambridge was by then known as a suitable place to which scholars might be sent.

Eng. Hist. Rev. 1935, p. 693; Documents relating to University and Colleges of Cambridge, i, p. 397. 37 THE FRIARS AND THE UNIVERSITY: 1225-1306 without accepting the authority of the regents. 1 1 There is a brief account of the dispute of 1303-6 in Fuller, History of the University of Cambridge, ed. Nichols, pp. 53-4, which is more or less copied by Cooper {Annals of Cambridge, i, pp. 70-1) without adding anything to it. Fr. Gumbley gives a short sketch of it in The Cambridge Dominicans, pp. 12-14; but the best account is by Dr Little in Eng.

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