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October 5 (Thursday) Nicholas Felton, Bishop of Ely (1619-26), dies. JM subsequently writes In Obitum Praesulis Eliensis ('On the Death of the Bishop of Ely'). In 1645 JM adds his age, anno aetatis 17 ('at the age of 17'). 10 Michaelmas Term at Cambridge begins. 21 John Gostlin, Master of Caius College (1619-26), Regius Professor of Physic (1623-25) and Vice-Chancellor (1625-26) dies. JM subsequently writes In Obitum Procancellarii Medici ('On the Death of the Vice-Chancellor, a Physician'). JM's recollection of his age (added in 1645) as anno aetatis 16 ('at the age of 16') must be an error; he was 17.
JM may have delivered Prolusion 5 during this term; the prolusion seems to allude to the suppression of Isaac Dorislaus's history lectures, the first of which had been given on 7 and 12 December 1627. JM may also have delivered Prolusion 1 during this term. 16/26 Wallenstein seizes the Duchy of Mecklenburg. 22 JM's niece Anne Phillips, daughter of Edward and Anne, is buried (Parish Register, St Martin in the Fields); she is the most likely subject of JM's 'On the Death of a Fair Infant'. In the 1673 Poems JM was to add the caption 'anno aetatis 17', which would place the poem between 9 December 1625 and 8 December 1626, but it seems probable that JM misremembered the date; see Parker (1996), 738.
15 King Charles dissolves Parliament, refusing to grant the request of Parliament that Buckingham be dismissed. 21 JM's father arranges loan by John Cotton to a Mr Clopton; the bond is lost, but the date is recorded in Bower's schedule of Cotton's bonds (see 25 November 1630) and in Cotton's bill (see 28 May 1636). 23 A book consisting of three theological treatises is found in tlle maw of a codfish in Cambridge market, provoking both witty and grave responses within the University; the treatises are reprinted in 1627 as Vox Piscis ('The Voice of the Fish').