Bibliography

Works referencing the history of Queens’ College, or containing views of it, including works referencing the history of the University generally.

Unfortunately, in every branch of learning and science, the number of works actually written is always large, in proportion to those from which any thing really profitable may be learnt: but I doubt whether this is anywhere more emphatically true than in the History of the English Universities.

— Victor Aimé Huber, 1840.

1521: Historia Majoris Britanniæ, tam Angliæ quam Scotiæ, by John Major, Lib. I, Cap. V, fo. VIIIr;
1740: reprinted, Lib. I, Cap. V, p. 17;
1776: translated into English in Gentleman’s Magazine and Historical Review, Vol. 46, May 1776, p. 203.

1559–​1570: Recognisances & Examinacions, by Sir Thomas Smith [his handwritten notebook, Queens’ Library MS 83].

1571: Oxford and Cambridge Act 1571, 13 Eliz 1 c. 29.

1572: Catalogus Cancellariorum, Procancellariorum, Procuratorum, ac eorum qui in Achademia Cantabrigiensi ad gradum Doctoratus aspiraverunt, by Archbishop Matthew Parker, pp. 41–​2;
1572: within the above, the illustration of Coats of Arms, and a more legible amended copy from a later edition;
1729: Edition as Academiae Historia Cantebrigiensis appended to De Antiquitate Britannicae Ecclesiae, by Samuel Drake, p. xx;
1729: within the above, the illustration of Coats of Arms, reproduced from an earlier Catalogus version than either of the above two.

1574: Historiæ Cantabrigiensis Academiæ ab urbe condita, by John Caius, Liber primus, pp. 70–​1;
1912: Edition within The Works of John Caius, M.D. by Ernest Stewart Roberts, pp. 56–​7.

1574: Oppidum Cantebrigiæ, by Richard Lyne. (OCLC 920544740) [Bird’s-eye view of Cambridge] 

1575: Cantebrigia, in Civitates Orbis Terrarum, by Georg Braun and Franz Hogenberg, Vol. 2, item 1. (OCLC 832980471) [Bird’s-eye view of Cambridge] 

1592: Cantebrigia, by John Hamond. [Bird’s-eye view of Cambridge, in Bodleian Library] 

1622: Σκελετός Cantabrigiensis, by Richard Parker (unpublished manuscript);
1715: Edition in Latin appended to Leland’s Collecteana, Volume V, edited by Thomas Hearne, pp. 225–​8;
1721: Edition in English, in The History and Antiquities of the University of Cambridge, pub. by Thomas Warner, pp. 109–​13; [plagiarised by Carter 1753]
1774: Second edition of 1715 Latin version, pp. 225–​8.

1622: The Foundation of the Universitie of Cambridge, by John Scot the Elder; (OCLC 33143124) [tabular form; significant error in account of Queens’] 
1634: Another edition, (OCLC 607140137); [corrected, esp. in relation to Queens’, and updated] 
1651: Another edition, attrib. Gerard Langbaine, pp. 9–​10; (OCLC 265490979) [text from 1634 edition in book form] 
1672: Another edition, by John Ivory. (OCLC 49268897) [reverting to tabular form] 

1631: Queens’ College Library Donors Book [record of donations to the library 1562–​1820]

1632: The Rivall Friends: A comœdie, as it was acted before the King and Queens Majesties, when out of their princely favour they were pleased to visite their Universitie of Cambridge, upon the 19. day of March 1631. Cryed downe by boyes, faction, envie, and confident ignorance, approv’d by the judicious, and now exposed to the publique censure, by the author, Pet. Hausted Mr. in Artes of Queenes Colledge. [The play was not received well. A few days later, the Vice-Chancellor, who had chosen this offering from Queens’ over a competing one from Trinity, committed suicide]
2009: Digital edition, by the EEBO Text Creation Partnership.

1633: Senile odium: comœdia Cantabrigiæ publicè academicis recitata in Collegio Reginali ab ejusdem Collegii juventute, by Peter Hausted.

1638: Valetudinarium, by William Johnson [Q]. (OCLC 137937940) [manuscript, where author incorrectly said to be a Fellow]

1646: Querela Cantabrigiensis: or, A Remonstrance By way of Apologie, For the banished Members of the late flourishing University of Cambridge, by John Barwick.

1655: The History of the University of Cambridge, by Thomas Fuller, Section V, ¶¶31–​39, pp. 79–​82;
1840: Edition by James Nichols, pp. 120–​3;
1840: Edition by Marmaduke Prickett and Thomas Wright, pp. 161–​6.

1660: Select Discourses, by John Smith [Fellow], with a sermon preached by Simon Patrick [Fellow] at the author’s funeral, edited by John Worthington; (OCLC 264955833)
1673: 2nd edition, corrected; (OCLC 264955822)
1821: 3rd edition, carefully corrected; (OCLC 504737849)
1859: 4th edition, corrected and revised, by Henry Griffin Williams. (OCLC 13626336)

1666: Patrick’s Case, King’s Bench, Raym. Sir T. 101, 83 Eng. Rep. 54. [Writ of mandamus] 

1690: Cantabrigia Illustrata, by David Loggan. (OCLC 49269400)
1716: Reprint by Henry Overton. (OCLC 224010628) [with short printed descriptions of each plate]
1905: Edition by John Willis Clark. (OCLC 314540959) [with Life of Loggan, and long commentary on each plate]

1698: The Life of the Learned Sir Thomas Smith … , by John Strype;
1820: New edition.

1704: Statuta collegii reginalis, etc. (OCLC 792992518) [Yale University, Beinecke MS 11]

1707: Les Délices de la Grand’ Bretagne & de l’Irlande, by James Beeverell, published by Pieter van der Aa, Leiden, Tome Premier, pp. 107–​8;
1727: Revised edition, pp. 124–​5.

1714: Fundatores Collegiorum Cantabrigiensium, pub. by Thomas Bakewell. [Set of prints of purported founders of colleges]

1717: An account of the University of Cambridge, and the colleges there. Being a plain relation of many of their oaths, statutes and charters…, by Edmond Miller; (OCLC 771715422) [an early call for parliamentary reform of Cambridge] 
1717: Second edition. (OCLC 14303800)

1720: Magna Britannia et Hibernia, antiqua & nova, by Thomas Cox, Vol. 1, p. 247; (OCLC 4764807)
1738: another edition, Vol. 1, p. 247. (OCLC 228752860)

1721: The History and Antiquities of the University of Cambridge : in two parts, pub. by Thomas Warner, pp. 109–​13.
[the first part is a translation into English of the fictional Historiola by Nicholas Cantelupe of the foundation of the university; the second part is a translation into English of the 1622 Σκελετός Cantabrigiensis, by Richard Parker: subsequently plagiarised by Carter 1753] 

1726: Collectanea Anglo-Minoritica: The Antiquities of the English Franciscans, by Anthony Parkinson, pp. 205–​6. (OCLC 6055232) [questions Richard Parker's 1622 account of Andrew Dokett] 

1726: The Life of Erasmus, by Samuel Knight. (OCLC 79519761)

1730: A course of lectures, upon the Materia Medica, Antient and Modern, by Richard Bradley. [references Vigani’s collection at Queens’] 

1735: An Act for Exchanging of Lands between Sir John Astley Baronet, and the President and Fellows of Queen’s College, in Cambridge, 9 Geo. II (1735) c. 9. [Queens’ gave lands in Everleigh, Wilts., and received lands in Kingston, Cambs.] 

1748: An Account of the Colleges and Halls of the University of Cambridge, within The London Magazine: or, Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer, 1748 March, p. 128.  [appears to be a precis of the next].

1748: The foreigner’s companion through the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, by Thomas Salmon, pp. 41–​4. [apparently the source plagiarised by many subsequent guide-books].

1750: A treatise of artificial magnets; in which is shewn an easy and expeditious method of making them, by John Michell; [Fellow of Queens’]
1751: Second edition, corrected and improved;
1752: Edition in French, in Traités sur les aimans artificiels: contenant une méthode courte et aisée pour les composer, tr. by Antoine Rivoire.

1751: Collectanea Cantabrigiensia, by Francis Blomefield. [chapel monuments]

1753: The History of the University of Cambridge, from its Original, to the year 1753, by Edmund Carter, pp. 175–​96. [plagiarised from the 1721 English edition of Richard Parker’s Σκελετός Cantabrigiensis of 1622] 

1756: An Act for enabling the Master and Fellows of Katherine Hall in the University of Cambridge to purchase, settle, and dispose of, Tenements and Grounds, for the making and erecting an additional Building to their College or Hall, for the Reception and Maintenance of Six Fellows and Ten Scholars, founded by the Will of Mary Ramsden, deceased; and for empowering any Corporation within the said University to sell and convey other Lands and Tenements for that and other Purposes in the said Act mentioned, 29 Geo II, c. 26. [empowering, amongst others, Queens’ to sell in 1757 the house and land of John Royse to Katherine Hall] 

1759: The general state of Education in the Universities…, by Richard Davies. [former Fellow, response below]

1759: Observations on the present state of the English Universities. Occasion’d by Dr. Davies’s Account of the General Education in them, anonymous, pub. M. Cooper. [response to item above]

1760: Conjectures concerning the cause, and observations upon the Phaenomena, of earthquakes, by John Michell. [Fellow]

1763: Cantabrigia Depicta : A Concise and Accurate Description of the University and Town of Cambridge, and its Environs, printed for William Thurlbourn & John Woodyer; and Thomas & John Merrill; pp. 54–​8; (OCLC 55559162) [plagiarised from Salmon 1748, no connection with Cantabrigia Depicta of 1809]
1776: another edition, printed for Thomas & John Merrill; and John Woodyer; pp. 53–​7; (OCLC 84976143)
1781: A new edition, corrected, printed for Thomas & John Merrill, pp. 53–​7; (OCLC 54337714)
1785: A new and improved edition, as: A Concise and Accurate Description of the University, Town, and County of Cambridge, printed for J. & J. Merrill, pp. 46–​85; (OCLC 17380845) [p. 84 follows p. 47]
1789: edition;
1790: A new edition, corrected and enlarged, printed for J. & J. Merrill, pp. 64–​67; (OCLC 320197950)
1796: Another edition, as: A Description of the University, Town, and County of Cambridge, printed for J. Deighton, pp. 73–​7; (OCLC 55580197) [map updated to 1791, incorporating the 1790 Catalogue of Pictures] 
1797: edition;
1799: edition; (OCLC 54322863)
1801: edition;
1803: A New Edition, Considerably Enlarged, with New Engravings, as: A Guide through the University of Cambridge, printed for J. Deighton, pp. 67–​71; (OCLC 9510596)
1804: edition, pp. 67–​71;
1807: edition, pp. 67–​71;
1808: Another edition, pp. 67–​72; (OCLC 83745663)
1811: edition, pp. 67–​72; (OCLC 55863356)
1814: Another edition, pp. 68–​73; (OCLC 55583165)
1820: Another edition, pp. 55–​60; (OCLC 22103812) [plan undated, no addenda] 
1820: Another edition, pp. 55–​60; [plan dated 1820, and Addenda] 
1825: Another edition, pp. 56–​9; (OCLC 55863339) [plan dated 1825] 
1830: A new edition, revised and corrected, as: The Cambridge Guide, or, A description of the University and town of Cambridge, pp. 132–​6; (OCLC 36419495)
1837: A new edition, as: The Cambridge Guide, pp. 124–​8; (OCLC 558127530)
1838: Another edition, pp. 124–​8; (OCLC 55544863)
1845: Another edition: pp. 125–​9. (OCLC 21885953)

1767: Proposal of a Method for Measuring Degrees of Longitude upon Parallels of the Æquator, by John Michell. [Fellow] 

1772: Thoughts on the Dangers apprehended from Popery and Sectaries, by Abolishing Subscription to the Thirty-nine Articles, [by Robert Plumptre [President]] (OCLC 265006331)

1774: An Act for confirming an Agreement between William Earl of Radnor, and the President and Fellows of Queen’s College, Cambridge, for an exchange of the Advowson of Seagrave (Leicestershire), for the advowson of Great Chiverell (Wiltshire), 14 Geo. 3 (1774) c. 41.

1778: Reflections on the communication of motion by impact and gravity, by Isaac Milner. [Fellow]

1778: Observations on the limits of algebraical equations; and a general demonstration of Des Cartes’s rule, by Isaac Milner. [Fellow] 

1780?: A Plan of a Course of Experimental Lectures, by Isaac Milner. [Fellow][roughly the same date as he constructed a laboratory in Queens’]

1780: The Defence of the Rev. Reginald Bligh, of Queen’s College, Cambridge, A.B. against the President and Fellows of that Society, who rejected him as an improper Person for a Fellow, by Reginald Bligh. [final page missing, which may be viewed here]

1781: Letters which passed between The Rev. Reginald Bligh, A.B. and others, on account of his being rejected as a Fellow of Queen’s College, Cambridge, by Reginald Bligh.

1782: Hints respecting some of the university officers, its jurisdiction, its revenues, &c., by Robert Plumptre. [President] (OCLC 266083488)

1787: Cantabrigienses Graduati 1659–​1787, edited by George Borlase; (OCLC 55578484)
1800: Cantabrigienses Graduati 1659–​1800, edited by George Borlase; (OCLC 4994547)
1823: Graduati Cantabrigienses 1660–​1823, edited by William Hustler; (OCLC 85060926)
1846: Graduati Cantabrigienses 1760–​1846 Oct 10, edited by Joseph Romilly; (OCLC 36412057)
1856: Graduati Cantabrigienses 1760–​1856 Oct 10, edited by Joseph Romilly; (OCLC 85007648)
1873: Graduati Cantabrigienses 1800–​1872 Oct 10, edited by Henry Richards Luard; (OCLC 11479690)
1884: Graduati Cantabrigienses 1800–​1884 Oct 8, edited by Henry Richards Luard; (OCLC 85060930)
1902: Book of Matriculations and Degrees 1851–​1900, edited by James Frederick Edmund Faning; (OCLC 13651477)
1913: Book of Matriculations and Degrees 1544–​1659, edited by John Venn and John Archibald Venn; [President 1932–​58] (OCLC 220575875)
1915: Book of Matriculations and Degrees 1901–​1912, edited by Benjamin Benham and C.J. Stonebridge. (OCLC 2703757)
[for continuation, see 1917: The Historical Register of the University of Cambridge]

1788: A plan of a course of chemical lectures, by Isaac Milner. [Fellow, shortly to become President]

1788: An account of the different ceremonies observed in the Senate House, of the University of Cambridge, throughout the year …, by John Beverley; (OCLC 79526643)
1798: An account of the different ceremonies observed in the Senate House of the University of Cambridge …, by Adam Wall. (OCLC 265026481)
1827: The ceremonies observed in the Senate-House of the University of Cambridge …, by Adam Wall and Henry Gunning; (OCLC 697652513)
1828: The ceremonies observed in the Senate-House of the University of Cambridge …, by Adam Wall and Henry Gunning; (OCLC 891110184) [edition with errata slip] 
1828: ditto; (OCLC 504348889) [with MS notes by Alfred Paget Humphry, Senior Esquire Bedell, incorporating those of Joseph Romilly, up to 1840] 
1837: The ceremonies observed in the Senate-House of the University of Cambridge …, by Adam Wall, Henry Gunning, indexed by Richard Rowe; (OCLC 9163988) [new and copious index] 
2009: ditto. (ISBN 978-1-108-00124-3 eISBN 978-0-511-69306-9) [reproduction of 1837 edition]
[see also 1927 Ceremonies] 

1790: A catalogue of the several pictures in the public library and respective colleges, in the University of Cambridge, by A Gentleman of the University, pp. 19–​21. [Commonly attributed, on no known authority other then repetition, to Robert Masters, but alternative opinion suggests Thomas Kerrich: see 1948 Iconomania, p. 87. Widely plagiarised by subsequent guide-books]

1796: The Cambridge University Calendar (OCLC 913091718) [published annually; from 1951/52 to 1972/73 entitled Annual Register; ceased after 1973/74]
1798: [not published];
1799: The Cambridge University Calendar for the year 1799;
ditto for 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809;
ditto for 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819;
ditto for 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829;
ditto for 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839;
ditto for 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1847, 1848, 1849;
ditto for 18501851, 1852, 1853, 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859;
ditto for 1860, 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864, 1865, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1869;
ditto for 1870, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879;
ditto for 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889;
ditto for 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899;
ditto for 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909;
ditto for 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919;
ditto for 1920, 1921.

1798: A New Plan of the University and Town of Cambridge to the present Year 1798, by William Custance. (OCLC 498083270)

1798?: A further enquiry [on the celibacy of fellows of colleges of Cambridge University], anon, attrib. Charles Farrish. [Fellow of Queens’] (OCLC 55868622)

1800: Description of Cambridge, illustrated by thirty Picturesque Views of the University and Town, by Harraden.

1800: Guide through the University of Cambridge, in two tours…, by Harraden. [similar text to the previous item, without the views]

1800: Cambridge University Almanack (OCLC 266969409) [published annually late 1800–​81 for title years 1801–​82. Of interest for its engravings 1801–​55]

1801: The Beauties of England and Wales, by John Britton and Edward Wedlake Brayley, Vol. II, pp. 62–​4. [apparently plagiarised by some subsequent guide-books]

1803: Memorabilia Cantabrigiæ, by Joseph Wilson.

1804: Report, relative to the State and Condition of the Brick Building in the Walnut:Tree Court of Queens College, by Charles Humfrey the younger (1772–​1848).

1804: The New Cambridge Guide, pub. John Nicholson, pp. 46–​8;
1812: 2nd Edition, pp. 46–​8;
1815: 3rd Edition;
1819: 4th Edition;
1821: 5th Edition, pp. 42–​4;
1826: 6th Edition, pub. Thomas Stevenson, pp. 48–​50.

1807: Toleration of marriage in the universities recommended to the attention of the Heads of Houses, by Charles Farish. [Fellow of Queens’] (OCLC 45342849)

1808: The names in the Cambridge Triposes, from 1754 to 1807, … prefaced by a Short Letter, on the comparative merits of the two Universities, Oxford and Cambridge.

1809–​11: Cantabrigia Depicta, by Harraden & Son, pp. 103–​6;
1814: Second edition, pp. 132–​7.

1810: Eversden enclosure papers. (OCLC 56005876) [dispute between Queen’s College and Lord Hardwicke] 

1810: Magna Britannia, by Daniel Lysons & Samuel Lysons, Vol. 2, pp. 117–​8. (OCLC 191263207)

1814: History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge; including notices relating to the founders and eminent men, by George Dyer, Volume 1;
1814: Volume 2, Queens’ at pp. 145–​65. [for corrections to both volumes, see 1824 Privileges Volume 2]

1815: A History of the University of Cambridge, its Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings by William Combe, published by Rudolph Ackermann, Volume 1, pp. 243–​76; (OCLC 3229135)
1815: Volume 2.

1821: The Case of Queen’s College, Cambridge, Jacob 1, 37 Eng. Rep. 750. [appeal to Visitor] 

1821: The Case of the President of Queen’s College, Cambridge, determined in the High Court of Chancery, edited by Charles Bowdler.

1822: Statuta Collegii Reginalis apud Cantabrigienses, edited by George Cornelius Gorham. [published by the college]
1850: Another edition [including Letters Patent of 1838 from Queen Victoria amending the Statutes]

1823: A Form for the Commemoration of Benefactors, to be used in the Chapel of the College of St Margaret and St Bernard, commonly called Queens’ College, Cambridge, edited by George Cornelius Gorham. [Serves as a catalogue of benefactions. Two copies bound together, the first interleaved, with MS. notes by the editor & W.G. Searle, the second with notes by Searle only, in University Library as Adv.b.94.2 (OCLC 55863359)] (OCLC 55861566)

1823: Report on the state of the old building in the back Court of Queens College, by R. Woods [Clerk of Works at Downing College]

1824: The Privileges of the University of Cambridge; together with additional observations on its History, Antiquities, Literature, and Biography, by George Dyer, Volume 1; [including the first publication of the University Statutes of 1570, which continued in force until the mid-19th century: for English translation see 1838]
1824: Volume 2,containing:
Dissertatio Generalis, pp. iii–​clxviii [for an English translation of the Dissertatio Generalis see 1827 Academic Unity, by Dyer]
Supplement to the History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge, pp. 1 onwards;
Additions and Corrections to Volume I, pp. 5–​15;
Additions and Corrections to Volume II, pp. 16–​137, including corrections to the History of Queens’ at pp. 49–​50;
Supplement the Second to the History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge, Volume I, pp. 138–​232;
Additions and Emendations to Volume II, pp. 233–​260;
On the Rise and Progress of Printing at Cambridge, pp. 1–​36;
Cambridge Fragments, pp. 1–​200;
Postscript;
List of Publications and Writings;
An Address to the Subscribers to the Privileges of the University of Cambridge, pp. 1–​21.

1825: Estate Plans, by Alexander Watford, QC Archives 355. [Plans of all Queens’ land ownings]

1825: The Stranger’s Companion: forming a complete guide through the University and Town of Cambridge, 2nd Ed., pub. Harwood & Hall, pp. 100–​3.

1825: Struggles of a poor student through Cambridge, by A Senior Wrangler [Solomon Atkinson, Queens’ matric. 1816], in The London Magazine and Review, New Series, Vol. 1, No. 4, April 1825, pp. 491–​510; (ISSN 2043-4049)
1825: Continuation of the Struggles of a Senior Wrangler, by N.N. [Solomon Atkinson, Queens’ matric. 1816], in The London Magazine and Review, New Series, Vol. 2, No. 6, June 1825, pp. 161–​182. (ISSN 2043-4049)

1825: Observations on the Struggles of a poor student through Cambridge, Anon., in Knight's Quarterly Magazine, Vol. 4, pp. 27–​32.

1825: The Regrets of a Cantab, by A.H., in The London Magazine, New Series, Vol. 3, No. 12, December 1825, pp. 437–​466.

1825: The Latin Plays acted before the University of Cambridge, by Charles Henry Hartshorne, in The Retrospective Review, Vol. XII, Part 1, pp. 1–​42. (OCLC 5858648)

1827: Academic Unity, being the substance of a general dissertation contained in the Privileges of the University of Cambridge, by George Dyer. [English translation of the Dissertatio Generalis in 1824 Privileges Volume 2]

1827: A Catalogue of the Library of the College of St Margaret and St Bernard, commonly called Queen’s College in the University of Cambridge, by Thomas Hartwell Horne, Volume 1; Volume 2.

1827–​29: Illustrations of the University of Cambridge, by James Storer and Henry Sargant Storer, first series here and here;
1829–​32: second series, here.

1828: In re Queen’s College, Cambridge, 5 Russ. 64, 38 Eng. Rep. 951. [appeal to Visitor] 

1830: Illustrations of the University of Cambridge, by Richard Bankes Harraden. [Plates dated 1824–​30] (OCLC 56001994)

1831: A new Guide to the University and Town of Cambridge, anonymous [by Charles Henry Cooper], pub. B. Bridges, pp. 76–​9.

1835: Cantabrigia Illustrata, by James Storer and Henry Sargant Storer.

1835: Ambulator: or, the Stranger’s Guide through Cambridge, pub. Harraden, pp. 89–​92;
184x?: Another edition, as The Cambridge Guide, with a description and history of the Colleges, Halls,…, printed for Henry Harraden, pp. 87–​90.

1837: Collegiorum Portæ apud Cantabrigiam by James Storer & Henry Sargant Storer.

1837: A Historical Account of the University of Cambridge and its Colleges, by Benjamin Dann Walsh. [not so much a history, as a rant in favour of reform]

1837–​42 (part form): Le Keux’s Memorials of Cambridge, by Thomas Wright and Harry Longueville Jones, illustrated by John Le Keux;
1841: Volume 1 complete, as: The Universities. Le Keux’s Memorials of Cambridge;
1842: Volume 2 complete;
1847: Volume 1 complete, as: Le Keux’s Memorials of Cambridge, pages re-numbered, pp. 241–272.
1847: Volume 2 complete.

1838: The Statutes of Queen Elizabeth for the University of Cambridge, Anon. (OCLC 77779883) [the first published English translation of the University Statutes of 1570, which were in force until the mid 19th century. See 1824 Privileges for the Latin source] 

1838: The Independence of the Universities and Colleges of Oxford and Cambridge, by A. Layman. (OCLC 913570996)

1839: Die englischen universitäten, by Victor Aimé Huber, Volume 1;
1840: Volume 2;
1843: Edition, as The English Universities, translated by John Palgrave Simpson, abridged and edited by Francis William Newman, Volume 1;
1843: Volume 2 Part 1;
1843: Volume 2 Part 2, with Appendices to the English version edited by James Heywood.

1840: The Cambridge Portfolio, edited by John James Smith, Volume 1; Volume 2.

1840: Collection of Statutes for the University and the Colleges of Cambridge: including various early documents … , ed. James Heywood. (OCLC 228773936) [translated into English]

1841: Observations on the Statutes of the University of Cambridge, by George Peacock. (OCLC 18270718)

1841: An application of Heraldry to the illustration of various University and Collegiate antiquities, by Henry Annesley Woodham, Part the First, Cambridge Antiquarian Society Quarto Publications IV;
1842: Part the Second, CAS Quarto Publications V;
1846: both parts reprinted in CAS Quarto Publications Volume 1 1840–​1846. (OCLC 265821210)

1842: The life of Isaac Milner, by Mary Milner, Vol. 1 (to p. 368); Vol. 2 (p. 369–). (OCLC 59216576)

1842: The Pictures at Strawberry Hill, No. 1, by John Gough Nichols, in Gentleman’s Magazine, New Series Vol. XVIII, July 1842, pp. 16–24. [Reference to Queens’ portrait of Queen Margaret of Anjou at p. 18]

1842: Annals of Cambridge, by Charles Henry Cooper, Volume 1: up to 1546; (OCLC 4751966)
1843: Volume 2: 1546–​1602;
1845: Volume 3: 1603–​1688;
1852: Volume 4: 1688–​1849;
1853: Volume 5: 1850–​1856 (as revised 1908, with John William Cooper, with corrections to earlier volumes, and Index to all five).

1843: Illustrations of the principal English Universities, ed. James Heywood. (OCLC 56007578)

1847: The Pictorial Guide to Cambridge, pub. T. King, pp. 27–​8.
1853: Another edition, pub. John Hatt, pp. 27–​8.

1847: A New Cambridge Guide, pub. by W.P. Grant. [reproducing old Harraden prints from 1830, text plagiarised from previous guides] 

1851: History, gazetteer, and directory of Cambridgeshire, pub. by Robert Gardner, pp. 101–​4. (OCLC 265465085)

185?: The tourist’s souvenir of Cambridge, pub. Rock & Co. [views] 

1852: Documents relating to the University and Colleges of Cambridge, published by the University Commissioners, Vol. 1;
1852: ditto, Vol. 2;
1852: ditto, Vol. 3. [including Queens’ pp. 1–​73, reproducing Charter, and Statutes edition of 1850: see 1822 above]

1852: Report of Her Majesty’s Commissioners appointed to inquire into the State, Discipline, Studies, and Revenues of the University and Colleges of Cambridge, by the University Commissioners.

1852: Five Years in an English University, by Charles Astor Bristed, Vol. 1; Vol. 2; (OCLC 265428920) [an American at Cambridge] 
1852: Second edition; (OCLC 2890907)
1873: Third edition, revised. (OCLC 2890971)

1853: National education at Oxford and Cambridge : draft of a bill to be proposed, by James Heywood. (OCLC 60700577)

1854: Cambridge University Transactions during the Puritan Controversies of the 16th and 17th centuries, by James Heywood and Thomas Wright, Volume 1; (OCLC 8416314)
1854: ibid, Volume 2.

1854: Reminiscences of the University, Town, and County of Cambridge from the year 1780, by Henry Gunning, ed. Mary Beart;
1855: Second Edition.

1855: Early Cambridge University and College Statutes, in the English Language, ed. James Heywood. (OCLC 48484363)

1856: Cambridge Award Act 1856, 19 Vict. Cap. XVII.

1856: Cambridge University Act 1856, 19 & 20 Vict c. 88. [see also Report of 1861]

1856: Cambridge Examination Papers 1856, with lists of successful candidates [supplement to the Calendar 1856]

1856: Inventory of the Plate sent to King Charles I by Queens’ College, Cambridge, and receipt for moneys advanced for his service by the President and Fellows, 1642, by Charles Henry Cooper, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. I (1859):241–​52. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1858: Athenae Cantabrigienses, by Charles Henry Cooper and Thompson Cooper;
1858: Vol. 1: 1500-1585,
1861: Vol. 2: 1586-1609,
1913: Vol. 3: 1609-1611, with corrections to earlier volumes, and index by George John Gray.

1858: Commissioners and Colleges, by William Magan Campion [Fellow], in Cambridge Essays 1855–​8, Vol. 4, pp. 165–​225. (OCLC 8637057)

1858: An Act to repeal the Stamp Duties payable on Matriculation and Degrees in the University of Cambridge, 21 Vict. Cap. XI.

1859: Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1859, 22 & 23 Vict c. 19.

1860: Memorials of Cambridge, by Charles Henry Cooper, illustrated by John Le Keux and Storer & Storer, pp. 271–​328; [The first editions used pasted-in photographs for major illustrations]
1861: Volume 2;
1866: Volume 3;
1880: Edition, Volume 1, pp. 271–​328; [Etchings by Robert Farren instead of the photographs. No change made to the apparent publication dates]
1880: Edition, Volume 2;
1880: Edition, Volume 3.

1860: Statutes … for … Queen’s College, in Statutes framed by the Cambridge University Commissioners …, pp. 52–​71. [see Cambridge University Act 1856]. (OCLC 941788540)
1860: Repeal of the previously existing Statutes of Queen’s College, in Statutes framed by the Cambridge University Commissioners …, pp. 166–​7. (OCLC 926388190)

1861: Report of the Cambridge University Commissioners, Command Paper 2852. [see Cambridge University Act 1856] (OCLC 941805513)

1861: Collection of Statutes framed by the Cambridge University Commissioners 1857–​61, House of Commons papers. (OCLC 55861741) [Queens’ statutes at ff. 135v–​144v, repeal at ff. 319v–​320r]

1861: Universities Elections Act 1861, 24 & 25 Vict. Cap. LIII.

1861: A Hand-Book for Visitors to Cambridge, by Norris Deck, pub. by William Metcalfe. (OCLC 55864533) [A guide-book using the same illustrations as the 1860 Memorials of Cambridge. Norris Deck was a local bookseller and antiquarian]
1862: Another edition, pp. 47–​55; (OCLC 12911584)
1863: Cheaper edition as: The New Cambridge Guide, or, Hand-Book for Visitors, pub. by William Metcalfe, pp. 47–​54; [same text as the 1861/2 Hand-Book, with some steel-plate illustrations omitted. Author no longer identified.]
1868: 2nd edition, as The New Cambridge Guide, with a short account of Cambridgeshire, Isle of Ely, and Wisbech, pp. 41–​7;
18??: Illustrated Cambridge Guide: Containing a Short Account of Cambridgeshire, Isle of Ely, and Wisbech. [another derivative] 

186x?: The Railway Traveller’s Walk through Cambridge, pub. by William Metcalfe; [abridged version of the 1861 Hand-Book, subsidised by advertising] 
1864: 3rd edition, pp. 18–​22; (OCLC 27707061)
1867: 4th edition, pp. 18–​22; (OCLC 61598542)
1873: 5th edition; (OCLC 47804365)
1880: 6th edition; (OCLC 12366631)
1886: 7th edition; (OCLC 266049607)
1893: 8th edition, as The Cambridge Visitor’s Guide, by William White;
1896: 9th edition, as The Visitor’s Guide to Cambridge, 2nd edition, by William White.

1861: A Letter [1634] from Dr Edward Martin, President of Queens’ College, to William Bray, Chaplain to Archbishop Laud, with notes by Charles Henry Cooper, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. XII (1862):149–​60. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1862: Queen’s College Chapel, Cambridge, in The Ecclesiologist, Vol. XXIII (n.s. XX), No. 148 (n.s. 112), 1862 Feb, pp. 17–​19. (OCLC 230732953) [review of Bodley’s changes] 

1862: Catalogue of the Library of Queens’ College in 1472, by William George Searle, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. XII (1862):165–​94. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1864: Cambridge: its University and its Colleges, by George Murray Humphry, in British Medical Journal, Vol. 2(187), 18640730, pp. 119–​30. (OCLC 775180934) [origin of later series of guide-books, see 1880] 

1864: The Excursionist’s Guide to Cambridge, pp. 28–​30. (OCLC 45161903)

1865: Sketches from Cambridge by a Don, by Leslie Stephen.

1865: On the Cam, by William Everett, pp. 216–​8 [an American’s experience of Cambridge]

1867: The History of the Queens’ College of St Margaret and St Bernard in the University of Cambridge, by William George Searle, Volume 1, 1446–​1560, Cambridge Antiquarian Society Octavo Publications No IX;
1871: Volume 2, 1560–​1662, Cambridge Antiquarian Society Octavo Publications No XIII. (Both vols OCLC 3279381)
[In QC Old Library there are (a) a manuscript index for the two published volumes, (b) interleaved editions of the two published volumes with manuscript corrections and updates, (c) preparatory manuscript materials for further volumes].

1867: Special Report from the Select Committee on the Oxford and Cambridge Universities Education Bill, by the House of Commons.

1868: Universities Election Act 1868, 31 & 32 Vict. Cap. LXV.

1869: Enactments in Parliament specially concerning the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, by the Rev. John Griffiths. (OCLC 16259866)

1870: Cambridge University Reporter. (ISSN 0008-2015) [Published weekly during Full Term, 1870 to September 2011]
1997: online edition, October 1997 to present.

1871: Universities Tests Act 1871, 34 & 35 Vict. c. 26.

1871: The coins, tokens and medals of the town, county and university of Cambridge, by William George Searle [Fellow 1854–8], Cambridge Antiquarian Society Octavo Publications No XII. (OCLC 17573487)

1872: The Life and Times of Margaret of Anjou … , by Mary Ann Hookham, Volume 1;
1872: Volume 2.

1873: Oxford and Cambridge : their colleges, memories, and associations, by Frederick Arnold, pp. 278–​83. (OCLC 264992328)

1873: The University of Cambridge, by James Bass Mullinger:
1873: Volume 1: From the Earliest Times to the Royal Injunctions of 1535;
1884: Volume 2: From the Royal Injunctions of 1535 to the Accession of Charles the First;
1911: Volume 3: From the election of Buckingham to the Chancellorship in 1626 to the decline of the Platonist Movement.

1873: Third report of the Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction and the Advancement of Science, Command C. 868. [Oxford and Cambridge] (OCLC 926430986)

1874: First Report of the Historical Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Appendix pp. 72–​73, by Henry Thomas Riley.

1874: Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Property and Income of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and of the Colleges and Halls therein, by Universities Commission, Vol. 1;
1874: ditto, Vol. 2 (Oxford);
1874: ditto, Vol. 3 (Cambridge). [Queens’ pp. 235–​49]

1874: Social Life at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century, by Christopher Wordsworth.

1876: Old Cambridge, by William Beales Redfarn [or Redfern] (1840–​1923), Plate III. (OCLC 62579936) [Long Gallery and Essex wing oriel window] 

1877: Scholae Academicae: some account of the studies at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century, by Christopher Wordsworth.

1877: Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1877, 40 & 41 Vict c. 48.

1880: East Front Queens’ Coll. Cambridge as restored, in The Building News and Engineering Journal, Vol. 38, 1880 May 14, pp. 570, 574–​5. (ISSN 2059-2914)

1880: Universities of Oxford and Cambridge (Limited Tenures) Act 1880, 43 & 44 Vict. Ch. 11.

1880: Guide to Cambridge : the town, university and colleges, by George Murray Humphry; [see 1864]
1883: 2nd/3rd editions;
1886: 4th edition;
1890: 5th edition, pp. 159–​67;
1894: 6th edition.

1881: Material for the section on Queens’ College in the Architectural history of the University of Cambridge, by John Willis Clark. (CU archives MS Add.5066, 2 vols)

1881: Cambridge: Brief historical and descriptives notes, by John Willis Clark;
1883: Second edition;
1890: Another edition, pp. 244–​51;
1893: Another edition;
1902: Fifth edition, pp. 244–​51;
1906: Another edition;
1908: New edition, as Cambridge, pp. 237–​42.

1881: Statutes for Queen’s College …, in Statutes made by the University of Cambridge Commissioners …, pp. 72–​82. (OCLC 941830797)
1890: Statutes … of Queen’s College … altering and amending the existing Statutes…. (OCLC…941836172)
1892: Statutes … of Queen’s College … to add to, alter, and amend the Statutes…. (OCLC 941865896)
1897: Statutes … of Queen’s College … altering and amending the Statutes…. (OCLC 926513010)
1914: Statutes … of Queens’ College … amending Statutes XIII, XIV, and XXII, of the existing Statutes.... (OCLC 781408358)

1882: Statutes of the University of Cambridge with some Acts of Parliament relating to the University. (OCLC 85060988)

1882: Tourist’s guide to the County of Cambridge, by Arthur George Hill; (OCLC 55578019)
1892: Second edition, revised by John William Edward Conybeare, pp. 25–​6, (OCLC 6714340)

1883: Statutes for the University of Cambridge and for the Colleges within it…, [Queens’ at pp. 339–​68] (OCLC 85060994)

1884: Catalogue of the First Exhibition of University and College Portraits held in the Fitzwilliam Museum May, 1884, pub. Cambridge Antiquarian Society; (OCLC 55559133)
1885: Catalogue of the Second Exhibition of University and College Portraits held in the Fitzwilliam Museum May, 1885, pub. Cambridge Antiquarian Society. (OCLC 27707260)

1885: Seals of the Colleges and of the University of Cambridge, by William Henry St John Hope, in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London (Second Series), 10, pp. 225–​252, Queens’ at pp. 242–​244. (ISSN 0950-7973)

1886: The Architectural History of the University of Cambridge, by Robert Willis and John Willis Clark, Volume 1; (OCLC 6104300)
1886: Volume 2 (incl. Queens’ pp. 1–​68 and 770–​1);
1886: Volume 3 with Index;
1886: Volume 4 plans.

1886: Ancient Wood and Iron Work in Cambridge, by William Beales Redfarn [or Redfern] (1840–​1923), letterpress by John Willis Clark, plates I, II, XXI. (OCLC 11373488) [I: Panel in Lodge; II: Erasmus’s Chair; XXI: Door to Hall Screens] 

1888: A History of the University of Cambridge, by James Bass Mullinger. [abridged from 1873–​1884 volumes] 

1889: Trollope’s Dilemma: a story of a Cambridge Quad, by Alan St Aubyn [Frances Marshall] (OCLC 59219944) [novel set in a St Margaret’s College, where Erasmus once taught in the tower] 

1891: Order of Service for the Dedication of the Chapel of Queens’ College, Cambridge, October 13, 1891. (OCLC 55865497)

1894: On the Armorial Ensigns of the University and Colleges of Cambridge, and of the five Regius Professors, by William Henry St John Hope, in The Archaeological Journal, Vol. 51(1894):299–​324;
1895: and again in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. VIII(1891–​94):107–​133. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1894: A Catalogue of Books Printed at or Relating to the University Town & County of Cambridge from 1521 to 1893, by Robert Bowes.

1894: John Francis Vigani: First Professor of Chemistry in the University of Cambridge, by John Ferguson. [read to Cambridge Antiquarian Society 1894 May 16, but never published: typescript at Queens’] 

1894: Ingulf and the Historia Croylandensis, by William George Searle [Fellow 1854–8], [Cambridge Antiquarian Society Octavo Publications No XXVII]. (OCLC 1662002)

1894: Handbook of certain Acts affecting the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and the colleges therein in the Sale, Acquisition and Administration of Property, by William Baillie Skene; (OCLC 48189806)
1898: Second edition, updated. (OCLC 9814233)

1894: Resident Members of the University (OCLC 300510577), special number of the Cambridge Review (ISSN 0008-2007) [List of all students and senior members with addresses, published annually until 2003] 

1895: Catalogue of the Loan Collection of Plate Exhibited at the Fitzwilliam Museum, May 1895, Pub. Cambridge Antiquarian Society.

1896: An Illustrated Catalogue of the Loan Collection of Plate Exhibited in the Fitzwilliam Museum May 1895, by John Ebenezer Foster and Thomas Dinham Atkinson. [expanded and illustrated edition of the 1895 catalogue]

1897: Cambridge Described and Illustrated, by Thomas Dinham Atkinson (intro by John Willis Clark), pp. 373–​384.

1897: Statutes of Queens’ College, Cambridge 1882 as altered 1891, 1893, 1897. [possibly first printed, or re-printed, in 1909]

1897: Grace Book Α, 1454–​1488, by Stanley Morduant Leathes;
1903: Grace Book Β Part 1, 1488–​1511, by Mary Bateson;
1905: Grace Book Β Part 2, 1511–​1544, by Mary Bateson;
1908: Grace Book Γ, 1501–​1542, by William George Searle [Fellow 1854–8];
1910: Grace Book Δ, 1542–​1589, by John Venn.
[For unpublished Grace Books Ε to Ω and I to VIII, see University Grace Books]

1898: The Universities and College Estates Acts 1858 to 1880, and 1898, by W.B. Gamlen. (OCLC 38049594)

1898: The Universities and College estates acts, 1858 to 1880, their history and results, by Charles Lancelot Shadwell. (OCLC 48162424)

1898: An Index to the Reports and Abstracts of Proceedings 1840–​1897, Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Octavo Publication No XXX; (OCLC 931129828)
1927: An Index to the Reports and Abstracts of Proceedings 1840–​1922, Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Octavo Publication No LIV; (OCLC 55868518)
1971: Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society : General Index vols XXVI–​LXII, 1923–​1969; (OCLC 821261146)
1992: Consolidated Indexes to the Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vols I–​LXXX, 1840–​1991. (OCLC 602949307)

1898: Cambridge and its Colleges, by Alexander Hamilton Thompson, pp. 120–​34; (OCLC 16083298)
1905: Second edition;
1910: Third edition, revised and enlarged, pp. 143–​59;
1917: Fourth edition;
1921: Fifth edition;
1926: Sixth edition, pp. 143–​59.

1898: A Concise Guide to the Town and University of Cambridge, by John Willis Clark; (OCLC 13771567)
1902: Second edition, pp. 131–​4; (OCLC 6408650)
1904: Special edition, pp. 131–​4; (OCLC 55549194)
1906: Third edition, pp. 131–​4; (OCLC 55578392)
1910: Fourth edition, pp. 131–​4; [some revision by F.G. Walker]
1912: 4th edition, special printing; (OCLC 265425004)
1913: 4th edition, special printing; (OCLC 191025211)
1916: Fifth edition, with H.F. Bird, pp. 128–​31; (OCLC 50451422)
1918: 5th edition special edition; (OCLC 55863329)
1919: 6th edition; (OCLC 15623625)
1921: 7th edition; (OCLC 4982069)
1925: 8th edition; (OCLC 15623625)
1929: 9th edition; (OCLC 2145345)
1931: 10th edition; (OCLC 1550673)
1936: 11th edition; (OCLC 13323617)
1946: 12th edition; (OCLC 35289623)
1947: 12th edition 2nd impr; (OCLC 873987009)
1948: 12th edition revised; (OCLC 79433973)
1949: 12th edition 3rd impr; (OCLC 315984885)
1951: 12th edition 4th impr (OCLC 163465022)

1898: Die lateinischen Universitäts-Dramen Englands in der Zeit der Königin Elisabeth, by George Bosworth Churchill and Wolfgang Keller, in Shakespeare Jahrbuch, Vol. 34, pp. 221–​323. (ISSN 0080-9128)

1898: The Queen’s College of S. Margaret and S. Bernard (1448–​1898), by John Willis Clark (OCLC 55865473) [for 450th anniversary] 

1899: The Queens’ College of St Margaret and St Bernard in the University of Cambridge, by Joseph Henry Gray; (OCLC 8568413)
1926: New edition, updated. (OCLC 79562186)

1901: The Care of Books, by John Willis Clark, pp. 151–​3. (OCLC 1344711)

1902: The Student’s Handbook to the University and Colleges of Cambridge, published annually 1902–​66; (OCLC 3637863)
1967: Cambridge University Handbook, published annually 1967–​89; (OCLC 3451861)
1990: Cambridge University Guide to Courses, published annually 1990–​2006. (OCLC 22547448)

1903: “Saying Grace” historically considered, and numerous forms of grace … , by Henry Lancelot Dixon. (OCLC 10554176)

1903: Varsity Types, by Frank Vane Phipson Rutter [Q 1896-9]. (OCLC 15734630)

1903: Cambridge and its Story, by Charles William Stubbs, illus. by Herbert Railton; (OCLC 503866775) [de-luxe quarto version of The Story of Cambridge 1905 with added lithograph illustrations]
1904: second edition; (OCLC 6232620)
1912: third edition. (OCLC 930736764)

1904: Annals of a Clerical Family, being some account of the family and descendants of William Venn…, by John Venn [father of President Venn] (OCLC 10501872) [some references to Queens’, and identifies some Venn family drawings in the President’s Lodge] 

1904: College Stamps of Oxford and Cambridge, by Alfred James Hayman Cummings. (OCLC 310136756)

1904: English and Scottish wrought ironwork, by Bailey Scott Murphy, p. 4 and Plate 41. (OCLC 56705227) [Old Hall gates] 

1905: The Story of Cambridge, by Charles William Stubbs, illus. by Herbert Railton; (OCLC 1134112) [octavo]
1912: second edition; (OCLC 840497064)
1922: third edition.

1905: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Western Manuscripts in the library of Queens’ College, Cambridge, by Montague Rhodes James.

1906: The Dial (OCLC 265448755) [Queens' College magazine; first two editions (Lent, Michaelmas 1906) titled The Queens' Courier; published termly until Lent 1953] 

1907: Cambridge, by Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker, painted by William Matthison, pp. 111–​2 (OCLC 350280)

1907: The Cambridge Colleges—VIII: The History of Queens’, by Joseph Henry Gray, in The Crown, the Court and County Families Newspaper, 1907 Nov 2nd, pp. 219–​20. (OCLC 54335090)

1908: The dual origin of the Town of Cambridge, by Arthur Gray, Cambridge Antiquarian Society Quarto Publications New Series No. 1 (OCLC 14031217)

1908: Oxford and Cambridge Matriculations 1544–​1906, by John Archibald Venn [President 1932–​58] (OCLC 48644112) [offprint from The Oxford and Cambridge Review]

1908: Queens’ College in the Fifties, by William Henry Langhorne (1827–​1916). (UL catalogue) [reminiscences of the author’s time as a Queens’ student 1847–​54]

1908: Microcosmographia academica: being a guide for the young academic politician, by Francis Macdonald Cornford. [not related to Queens’, but too good to miss]

1909: The Arms of the College, by E.W.B. [possibly Edward Walter Barker (1887–​1918)], in The Dial, No. 6, Lent 1909, pp. 238–​41. (OCLC 265448755)

1909: Fasciculus Ioanni Willis Clark dicatus. (OCLC 2337403) including:
Ancient University Ceremonies, by John Edwin Sandys, pp. 217–​39;
Plays performed in Cambridge Colleges before 1585, by George Charles Moore Smith, pp. 265–​73;
Gunning Redivivus, by Charles Edward Sayle, pp. 321–​40;
On Portraits at the Universities, by Lionel Cust, pp. 423–​37.

1909: Fucus Histriomastix, a Comedy acted at Queens’ College, Cambridge, 1623, by George Charles Moore Smith.

1910: Lælia, a Comedy acted at Queens’ College, Cambridge 1595, by George Charles Moore Smith.

1910: University Plays, by Frederick Samuel Boas, in The Cambridge History of English Literature, Vol. VI Part 2, Ch. XII, pp. 293–​327, 468–​487. (OCLC 4205140)

1910: Queens’ College, by C.W. in Country Life, 1910 February 12, pp. 239–​43. (ISSN 0045-8856)

1910: Highways and Byways in Cambridge and Ely, by John William Edward Conybeare, illustrated by Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs, pp. 41, 47–​50. (OCLC 871516)

1910: Old Plate of Cambridge Colleges, by Edward Alfred Jones, pp. 59–​63. (OCLC 5163157)

1910: The Law of the Universities, by James Williams. (OCLC 3712826)

1910: Early Printed Books to the year 1500 in the Library of Queens’ College, Cambridge, by Francis Giffard Plaistowe. [Fellow] (OCLC 4654601)

1911: Cambridge under Queen Anne : illustrated by memoir of Ambrose Bonwicke and diaries of Francis Burman and Zacharias Conrad von Uffenbach, ed. John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, pp. 144–​5. (OCLC 8529087)

1911: The Latin University Drama, by Louise B. Morgan, in Shakespeare Jahrbuch, Vol. 47, pp. 69–​91. (ISSN 0080-9128)

1911: An Early English Pre-Holbein School of Portraiture, by William Arthur Shaw, in The Connoisseur: an illustrated magazine for collectors, Vol. XXXI, September 1911, pp. 72–​81. [variant Elizabeth Woodville at p. 73]

1912: Peter Hausted’s “The Rivall Friends”, with some account of his other works, by Joseph Quincy Adams, in The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Vol. 11, pp. 433–​50.

1912: Index to the contents of the Cole manuscripts in the British Museum, by George John Gray, pp. 33–​4.

1912: Enactments in Parliament, especially concerning the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, the colleges and halls therein and the colleges of Winchester, Eton & Westminster, ed. by Lionel Lancelot Shadwell, Volume 1: 37 Edward III–​13 Anne; (OCLC 265606982)
1912: Volume 2: 1 George I–​11 George IV;
1912: Volume 3: 11 George IV–​31 & 32 Victoria;
1912: Volume 4: 32 & 33 Victoria–​1 & 2 George V, with Appendices.

1912: Catalogue of the books and papers for the most part relating to the University, Town, and County of Cambridge, bequeathed to the university by John Willis Clark, by Augustus Theodore Bartholomew. (OCLC 4650402)

1912: Cambridge and its Story, by Arthur Gray, illustrated by Maxwell Armfield. (OCLC 28942938) [no connection with 1905 work of same name]
1926: revised edition as Cambridge University, an episodical history (OCLC 792769)

1912: The Dial, by Eric Harold Neville, in The Dial, [magazine] No. 13, Lent 1912, pp. 25–​28; No. 14, Easter 1912, pp. 91–​94; No. 16, Lent 1913, pp. 196–​200. (OCLC 265448755)
1933: reprinted, with some editorial changes, in The Dial, No. 73, Lent 1933, pp. 6–​11; No. 74, Easter 1933, pp. 5–​9.

1912: Round the Churches, by Ladbroke Lionel Day Black [Q 1896–​98], in The Sunday Times, 1912 October 6, p. 19. [report of service of dedication for Dokett Building] 

1913: “J.” A Memoir of John Willis Clark, by Arthur Everett Shipley (OCLC 2677575)

1913: A History of University Reform from 1800 A.D. to the present time, by Alfred Isaac Tillyard. (OCLC 10674961)

1914: Statutes of the University of Cambridge, compiled by John Neville Keynes.

1914: University drama in the Tudor age, by Frederick Samuel Boas. (OCLC 4651007)

1915: The Book of Public Arms, by Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, Revised Edition, pp. 640–​1.

1917: The Historical Register of the University of Cambridge, ed. Joseph Robson Tanner. (ISBN 978-0-521-26542-3) [record of university offices, honours, distinctions, Tripos results, matriculations to the year 1910. For index to Tripos results see 1923.]
1922: ditto, Supplement, 1911–​20; (ISBN 978-0-521-04556-8) (OCLC 664827262)
1932: ditto, Supplement, 1921–​30; (ISBN 978-0-521-04557-5) (OCLC 664827272)
1942: ditto, Supplement, 1931–​40; (ISBN 978-0-521-04558-2) (OCLC 664827279)
1952: ditto, Supplement, 1941–​50; (ISBN 978-0-521-04559-9) (OCLC 664828608)
1956: ditto, Supplement, 1951–​55; (ISBN 978-0-521-04560-5)
1962: ditto, Supplement, 1956–​60; (ISBN 978-0-521-04561-2)
1967: ditto, Supplement, 1961–​65; (ISBN 978-0-521-06942-7) (OCLC 51080794)
1972: ditto, Supplement, 1966–​70; (ISBN 978-0-521-08387-4)
1977: ditto, Supplement, 1971–​75; (ISBN 978-0-521-20925-0)
1984: ditto, Supplement, 1976–​80; (ISBN 978-0-521-24127-4)
1991: ditto, Supplement, 1981–​85; (ISBN 978-0-521-35218-5)
1999: ditto, Supplement, 1986–​90; (ISBN 978-0-521-62452-7)
2005: ditto, Supplement, 1991–​2000. (ISBN 978-0-521-20129-2)

1917: John Laski and the College Library, by Francis Giffard Plaistowe. [Fellow] (OCLC 56008373) [offprint from The Dial, No. 28 Lent 1917, pp. 9–​14] 

1917: ‘A’ cadet pie: a souvenir of ‘A’ Company, no. 2 O.C.B., Queens’ College, Cambridge: May - August, 1917; (OCLC 84977456)
1918: Annals of ‘A’: the souvenir of ‘A’ Company, No. 2 O.C.B., Queens’ College, Cambridge: Jan.-May 1918. (OCLC 84977454) [WW1 troops billeted in Queens’]

1918: Memoir of John Michell, Fellow of Queens’ College 1749, by Sir Archibald Geikie.

1919: Cambridge Stationers, Printers, Bookbinders &c., by Henry Paine Stokes.

1921: Old plans of Cambridge, 1574–​1798, by John Willis Clark and Arthur Gray. (OCLC 264986701)

1921: Cambridge revisited, by Arthur Beales Gray (1867–​1938). (OCLC 2221741)

1921: The Armorial Bearings of Queens’ College, Cambridge, by Leonard Galley. (UL catalogue) [offprint, with slight changes, from The Dial No. 40 of Mich. 1921. Some of his assertions need revising in the light of later research. See also 1948.]

1922: A little history of S. Botolph’s, Cambridge, by Arthur Worthington Goodman. (OCLC 776794335)

1922: The University of Cambridge in the eighteenth century, by Denys Arthur Winstanley.

1922: Alumni Cantabrigienses, Part I: to 1751, by John Venn and John Archibald Venn [President 1932–​58];
1922: Vol. 1: Abbas–​Cutts;
1922: Vol. 2: Dabbs–​Juxton;
1924: Vol. 3: Kaile–​Ryves;
1927: Vol. 4: Saal–​Zuinglius.
[continued Part II in 1940] 

1922: Guide to Cambridge, by Frank Vane Phipson Rutter [Q 1896-9], pp. 32–​4. (OCLC 123402362)
1924: 2nd edition;
1925: 3rd edition;
1926: 4th edition;
1928: 5th edition;
1929: 6th edition;
1931: 7th edition;
1932: 8th edition;
1935: 9th edition;
1937: 10th edition;
1938: 11th edition, revised by James Henry Bullock;
1947: 12th edition, revised by Frederick Brittain;
1949: 13th edition;
1950: 13th edition, 2nd impr.;
1953: 13th edition revised;
1956: 13th edition, 5th impr.
1961: 14th edition;
1967: 15th edition;
1969: 15th edition, 2nd impr.;
1971: 15th edition, 3rd impr.
1974: 15th edition.

1922: Royal Commission on Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Report, Cmd. 1588. (OCLC 55555379)
1922: ditto: Appendices. (OCLC 559259901)

1923: Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act 1923, 13 & 14 Geo 5 c. 33

1923: College Plays performed in the University of Cambridge, by George Charles Moore Smith.

1923: The Academic Drama at Cambridge: Extracts from college records, by George Charles Moore Smith, in the Malone Society Collections, Vol. 2, Pt. 2, pp. 150–​231, Queens’ at pp. 182–​204. (OCLC 1909297)

1923: Index to Tripos Lists 1748–​1910, by Charles William Previté-Orton. (OCLC 8509517) [index of names in the Tripos Lists of the 1917 Historical Register]

1924: The mediæval hostels of the University of Cambridge, by Henry Paine Stokes, Cambridge Antiquarian Society Octavo Publications No 49. (OCLC 13647604) [St Bernard’s Hostel pp. 36, 37, 39, 63–​4].

1925: Universities and College Estates Act 1925, 15 & 16 Geo 5 c. 24.
1943: Universities and Colleges (Trusts) Act 1943, 6 & 7 Geo 6 c. 9
1964: Universities and College Estates Act 1964, c. 51.
1978: Universities and College Estates Act 1925 (Amendment) Regulations 1978, SI 1978 No. 443.

1925: Queens’ College [The Record: earliest surviving edition 1925/26, published annually until 1970/71, continued 1972/73 as Queens’ College Record] (OCLC 265498990)

1926: Statutes of Queens’ College in the University of Cambridge, by University of Cambridge Commissioners. (OCLC 499698056)

1926: The Muniments of Queens’ College, by John Foster Williams, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. XXVII (1926):43–​8. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1927: Ceremonies of the University of Cambridge, by Henry Paine Stokes. (OCLC 6365173) [see also Ceremonies 1788 etc] 

1928: How to see Cambridge : a really useful and interesting guide, pp. 32–​3. [possibly the most inaccurate account listed here] 

1930: A Collection of Essex Deeds at Queens’ College, Cambridge, by John Foster Williams, in Trans. Essex Archaeology Society, Series 2, Vol. 20, Part 1, art. IX, pp. 78–​85. (ISSN 0308-3462)

1931: Queens’ College Cambridge, by Arthur Stanley Oswald, Part 1, in Country Life, Vol. LXIX, No. 1779, February 21, pp. 222–​8; (ISSN 0045-8856)
1931: Part 2, in Vol. LXIX, No. 1780, February 28, pp. 262–​8;
1931: Part 3, in Vol. LXIX, No. 1781, March 7, pp. 290–​6.

1931: The Arms of the University and Colleges of Cambridge, by Richard William Oldfield, pp. 22–​3. (OCLC 7790425)

1931: History of the IXth Cambridge (Queens’ College) Troop of Boy Scouts, by Charles Travers Wood [Fellow].

1931: The Chained Library, by Burnett Hillman Streeter, pp. 27–​35. [Queens’ Old Library] 

1931: Dr. Fitzpatrick : President of Queens’ College, Cambridge, in The Times, No. 45967, 1931 October 30, p. 7. [obituary] 

1932: Cambridge, its colleges and university buildings, by Arthur Stanley Oswald. (OCLC 5574676) [mainly photos from Country Life] 
1936: second edition.

1933: Some 200 year-old specimens of drugs, by Norman Evers, in The Pharmaceutical Journal and Pharmacist (1933 March 18):219. (ISSN 0301-5432) [Vigani samples]

1934: John Francis Vigani, first Professor of Chemistry in the University of Cambridge (1703–​12), and his Materia Medica cabinet in the Library of Queens’ College, by Ernest Saville Peck, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. XXXIV (1934):34–​49. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1934: The Estates of Crowland Abbey : A Study in Manorial Organisation, by Frances Mary Page. (OCLC 504827) [QC archives] 

1934: The Early English School of Portraiture, by William Arthur Shaw, in The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs, Vol. 65, No. 379 (Oct., 1934), pp. 171–184. [mention of Elizabeth Woodville portrait] 

1934: The Turned Chair Problem: II — Chairs with four legs, by Frank Davis, in Illustrated London News, 1934 Dec 15, p. 1026. (ISSN 0019-2422) [so-called Erasmus’s Chair] 

1935: Two Samaritan MSS in the Library of Queens’ College, Cambridge, by Clifford W. Dugmore, in The Journal of Theological Studies, Vol. 36, No. 142 (April, 1935), pp. 131–​146.

1935: Unreformed Cambridge: a study of certain aspects of the university in the eighteenth century, by Denys Arthur Winstanley. (OCLC 6526591 facsISBN 978-1-108-00229-5)
1940: Early Victorian Cambridge, by Denys Arthur Winstanley. (OCLC 6526589 facsISBN 978-1-108-00228-8)
1947: Later Victorian Cambridge, by Denys Arthur Winstanley. (OCLC 1173524 facsISBN 978-1-108-00227-1)

1936: Wellingborough Manorial Accounts AD 1258–​1323 from the account rolls of Crowland Abbey, by Frances Mary Page. (OCLC 5828251) [QC archives] 

1936: Erasmus and Cambridge, in The Times, No. 47424, 1936 July 11, p. 18. [photos] 

1936: Alterations at Queens’ College, Cambridge, by George Carr Drinkwater, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. XXXVI (1936):156–​60. (ISSN 0309-3603) [Staircase E, and The Porch Vaulting]

1936: Catalogue of a loan exhibition of historic scientific apparatus in Cambridge, by Robert William Theodore Gunther. (OCLC 55865226) [Vigani cabinet and air-pump]

1937: Early science in Cambridge, by Robert William Theodore Gunther. (OCLC 2682655) [Air-pump pp. 94–​5; Vigani pp. 221–​4, 330–​1, 333; his Cabinet pp. 472–​81] 

1937: Thomas Cecil Fitzpatrick : A Memoir, edited by Harris Rackham. (OCLC 877279374)

1937: Kings’ Daughters, by Janetta C. Sorley. (OCLC 1597889) [Female foundresses of Cambridge colleges] 

1938: Illustrated London News, No. 5167, 1938 April 30, p. 756. (ISSN 0019-2422) [Essex Building repairs] 

1938: Elizabeth Woodville (1437–1492) her life and times, by David MacGibbon; (OCLC 8933419)
2013: reprint as Elizabeth Woodville: a life. (ISBN 978-1-4456-1275-1, 978-1-4456-1298-0 (ebook), reprint 2014 978-1-4456-3313-8)

1940: The Manor Farm: A Long Record Ended, by A Correspondent [John Archibald Venn], in The Times, No. 48616, 1940 May 15, p. 9.

1940: Alumni Cantabrigienses, Part II: 1752–​1900, by John Venn and John Archibald Venn [President 1932–​58]; [continued from Part I in 1922]
1940: Vol. 1: Abbey–​Challis;
1944: Vol. 2: Chalmers–​Fytche;
1947: Vol. 3: Gabb–​Justamond;
1947: Vol. 4: Kahlenberg–​Oyler;
1953: Vol. 5: Pace–​Spyers;
1954: Vol. 6: Square–​Zupitza.

1942: Architecture in Cambridge, by David Theodore Fyfe, pp. 11, 29–​30, 61, 62–​63, 93, 99. (ISBN 978-1-108-00241-7)

1943: Cambridge University, in LIFE Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 12, 1943 Sep 20, pp. 95–​103. (ISSN 0024-3019)

1944: A Marriage Register at Queens’ College, Cambridge, by John Foster Williams, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. XL (1944):13–​20. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1948: The Queens of England and Queens’ College, by Robert George Dalrymple Laffan,[Fellow] in Cambridge Review, Vol. LXIX, No. 1689, 1948 April 24, pp. 440–​2.

1948: The Dial, by Geoffrey Colin Shephard, in The Dial, [magazine] No.  97, Easter 1948, pp. 40–​48; (OCLC 265448755)
1948: Queens’ College Dial, reprinted from “THE DIAL”, May, 1948 (OCLC 57297303) [offprint of above]
1957: Second edition, revised, as: Queens’ College Dial: a short description of the Sun-dial in Queens’ College, Cambridge; (OCLC 19863415)
1972: Third edition. (OCLC 16244615, ISBN 978-0-9503358-0-3) [unchanged reprint of 1957 edition] 

1948: The Armorial Bearings of Queens’ College, by Paul Ronald Ninnes Fifoot, in The Dial No. 97 Easter 1948, pp. 50–​53. (OCLC 265448755) [see also 1921] 

1948: Celebrating Its Quincentenary: Queens' College, Cambridge, in Illustrated London News, No. 5694, 1948 June 5, pp. 633, and 634–​5, 636. (ISSN 0019-2422)

1948: Andrew Doket and his Architect, by Arthur Stanley Oswald, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. XLII (1949):8–​26. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1948: Iconomania in Eighteenth-Century Cambridge, by Gerald Robert Owst, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. XLII (1949):67–​91. (ISSN 0309-3603)

1949: The President’s Lodge, Queens’ College Cambridge, in The Antique Collector, Vol. 20, No. 3 (May–​June 1949), pp. 69–​76. (ISSN 0003-5858)

1949: Peter Hausted’s Senile Odium, by Laurens Joseph Mills. (OCLC 543417)

1950: Description of Clock presented to Queens’ College Cambridge in 1664 by Edward East, by Herbert Alan Lloyd.

1950: The One and Only Edward East, by Herbert Alan Lloyd, in Horological Journal, Vol. 92, May No. 1100 pp. 296–​8, June No. 1101 pp. 370–​7. (ISSN 0018-5108) [clock given by Edward East]

1951: Chats on Old Clocks, by Herbert Alan Lloyd, pp. 102–​3, plates 20, 56; (OCLC 6979082) [clock given by Edward East]
1958: Second edition as Old Clocks, p. 94, plates 20a, 37d; (OCLC 3637684)
1962: Third edition, p. 94, plates 20a, 37d; (OCLC 154196127)
1972: Fourth edition, p. 94, plates 20a, 37d. (ISBN 978-0-486-22662-0)

1951: Peter Hausted’s The Rival Friends, by Laurens Joseph Mills. (OCLC 265463771)

1951: A Pictorial History of the Queen’s College of Saint Margaret and Saint Bernard, commonly called Queens’ College Cambridge, 1448–​1948, by Archibald Douglas Browne (1889–​1977) & Charles Theodore Seltman. (OCLC 7790464)

1952: John Francis Vigani: First Professor of Chemistry in the University of Cambridge, by Leslie James Moger Coleby, in Annals of Science, Vol. 8, Iss. 1, pp. 46–​60. (ISSN 0003-3790 eISSN 1464-505X) [Vigani’s cabinet of Materia Medica survives in Queens’]

1952: The Annual Register of the University of Cambridge for the year 1951–52 (OCLC 867862768); [formerly the Cambridge University Calendar, see 1796]
[the Almanac and lists of college members, previously in the Calendar, were omitted in the new Annual Register]
[published annually until the 1972/73 volume; only those with link information listed below]
1954: ditto, for the year 1953-54 (OCLC 931129818);
1955: ditto, for the year 1954-55 (OCLC 867862765);
1957: ditto, for the year 1956-57 (OCLC 55972357);
1961: ditto, for the year 1960-61 (OCLC 757037793);
1963: ditto, for the year 1962-63 (OCLC 819140286);
1965: ditto, for the year 1964–65 (OCLC 733036751);
1969: ditto, for the year 1968–69 (ISBN 978-0-521-07454-4);
1970: ditto, for the year 1969–70 (ISBN 978-0-521-07800-9);
1971: ditto, for the year 1970–71 (ISBN 978-0-521-08071-2);
1972: ditto, for the year 1971–72 (ISBN 978-0-521-08642-4);
1973: ditto, for the year 1972–73 (ISBN 978-0-521-20131-5).
[from 1973/74 onwards, split into two publications: the List of Members, and the Calendar, see 1974]

1953: Three Early Materia Medica Cabinets in Cambridge, by Ernest Saville Peck, in Medicine Illustrated, Vol. 7, iss. 2, February 1953, pp. 122–9. (ISSN 0266-982X)

1953: Soluret — den Sollyse Dags Tidsmåler, by Axel Vilfrid Nielsen, in »Den Gamle By« Årbog 1953, Købstadmuseet, pp. 16–​52, at p. 50. (ISSN 0105-9254)

1954: Isaac Milner and the Jacksonian Chair of Natural Philosophy, by Leslie James Moger Coleby, in Annals of Science, Vol. 10, Iss. 3, pp. 234–​257. (ISSN 0003-3790 eISSN 1464-505X)

1954: The Dictionary of English Furniture (revised edition), by Percy Macquoid and Ralph Edwards, p. 237 fig 14. (OCLC 265511305) [oak gate-leg table, c. 1670, in President’s Lodge, photo]

1954: Cambridgeshire, by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner; (OCLC 8991258)
1970: Second Edition, pp. 134–​40; (ISBN 978-0-14-071010-6)
2014: Third Edition, with Simon Bradley, pp. 176–​84. (ISBN 978-0-300-20596-1)

1955: Statutes of Queens’ College in the University of Cambridge 1955. (OCLC 53782959)

1957: About Sundials and Moondials, by Hermann Egger, in Sky and Telescope, Vol. XVI, No. 10, August 1957, pp. 480–​1. (ISSN 0037-6604)

1958: Mr Spence to design college building, in The Times, No. 54051, 1958 Jan 17, p. 12.

1958: New Building for the Backs, in The Times, No. 54063, 1958 Jan 31, p. 16. [Picture of first Spence design]

1958: Modernity favoured at Queens’, in The Times, No. 54067, 1958 Feb 5, p. 10.

1958: An addition to Queens’ College, on the Backs, Cambridge, by Basil Spence, in The Builder, Vol. 194, No. 5994, 1958 Feb 14, pp. 298–​9. (ISSN 0366-1059)

1958: Basil Spence and Queens’ College Cambridge, in Prefabrication, Vol. 5, No. 52, 1958 Feb, pp. 150–​4. (OCLC 6910318) [First Spence design]

1958: Obituary: Mr J.A. Venn, in The Times, No. 54101, 1958 March 17, p. 16.

1959: Queens’ College, by R.G.D. Laffan [Fellow] in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 3, the City and University of Cambridge, ed. John P.C. Roach, pp. 408–​15. (OCLC 10778399)

1959: An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of Cambridge, by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England), Part I;
1959: ditto, Part II, including Queens’ at pp. 167–​78 (online version);
1959: ditto, Map and Plans;
1988: reprint. (ISBN 978-0-11-300023-4)

1959: Shakespeare’s Wooden O, by J. Leslie Hotson, Queens’ at pp. 169–​72, 218–​9. (OCLC 359088) [Over-optimistic reconstruction of demountable theatre in Old Hall] 

1961: Obituary: Rev. C.T. Wood, in The Times, No. 55034, 1961 Mar 20, p. 18.

1961: Undergraduate Rooms: Queens’ College Cambridge, in Architectural Review, Vol. 130, No. 773, July 1961, pp. 52–​5. (ISSN 0003-861X) [Erasmus Building]

1961: The Marriage of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville: A New Italian Source, by Conor Fahy, in The English Historical Review Vol. 76, No. 301 (Oct., 1961), pp. 660–​672.

1962: New buildings at Cambridge colleges, in House & Garden, Vol. 17, No. 6, 1962 June, pp. 54–​7. (ISSN 0043-5759)

1963: A Biographical Register of the University of Cambridge to 1500, by Alfred Brotherston Emden. (OCLC 709975)

1964: Sir Thomas Smith, a Tudor intellectual in office, by Mary Dewar. (OCLC 1346094)

1965: Medieval Cambridge: Recent Finds and Excavations, by Peter Vincent Addyman and Martin Biddle, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. LVIII (1965):74–​137 (ISSN 0309-3603) [pre-Erasmus Building dig, pp. 88–​9] 

1966: College Stamps of Oxford and Cambridge, by Raymond Lister, pp. 60–​1. (OCLC 13926547)

1966: Cambridge University Press 1696–1712: A Bibliographical Study, by Donald Francis McKenzie. (OCLC 11174583) [Chapter 2 relevant to Queens’ and the Stagehouse] 

1970: A Cambridge Playhouse of 1638, by Donald Francis McKenzie, in Renaissance Drama, New Series Vol. 3, pp. 263–​72. (ISSN 0486-3739) [The Queens’ Stage-House: see 1991 for a response] 

1971: Queens’ College, Cambridge : proposals for new buildings, by Powell and Moya, Architects, Feb 1971. [First design for Cripps Court] 

1973: Queens’ College Record [continued from 1925 Queens’ College, published annually from 1972/73] (OCLC 265498993)

1973: Cambridge exemplars, by Stephen Gardiner, in The Observer, No. 9514, 1973 Dec 2, p. 35. (ISSN 0029-7712)

1974: Cambridge University Calendar for the year 1973–​74 (ISBN 978-0-521-20396-8). [previously part of the Annual Register, see 1952. Publication ceased after this one edition] 

1974: Cambridge University List of Members for the year 1973–​74 (ISBN 978-0-521-20562-7); [previously part of the Annual Register, see 1952]
1976: Cambridge University List of Members for the year 1975–​76 (ISBN 978-0-521-20928-1);
1978 May: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1976 (ISBN 978-0-521-21903-7);
1978 Dec: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1977 (ISBN 978-0-521-22468-0);
1979: Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 December 1978 (ISBN 978-0-521-23139-8) [misprinted with duplicated ISBN 978-0-521-22921-0];
1980: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1979 (ISBN 978-0-521-23408-5);
1981: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1980 (ISBN 978-0-521-24125-0);
1982: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1981 (ISBN 978-0-521-24756-6);
1983: Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 December 1982 (ISBN 978-0-521-25427-4);
1984: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1983 (ISBN 978-0-521-31811-2);
1985: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1984 (ISBN 978-0-521-31429-9);
1986: Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 December 1985 (ISBN 978-0-521-33876-9);
1987: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1986 (ISBN 978-0-521-34686-3);
1988: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1987 (ISBN 978-0-521-36814-8);
1989: Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 December 1988 (ISBN 978-0-521-38237-3);
1990: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1989 (ISBN 978-0-521-39644-8);
1991: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1990 (ISBN 978-0-521-42597-1);
1992: Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 December 1991 (ISBN 978-0-521-43468-3) (OCLC 504959750);
1993: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1992 (ISBN 978-0-521-45872-6);
1994: ditto, Supplement up to 31 December 1993 (ISBN 978-0-521-47568-6);
1996: Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 December 1994 (ISBN 978-0-521-55479-4);
1997: Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 July 1996 (ISBN 978-0-521-59762-3);
1998: ditto, Supplement up to 31 July 1997 (ISBN 978-0-521-59663-3);
1999: ditto, Supplement up to 31 July 1998 (ISBN 978-0-521-64406-8);
2000: Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 July 1998 (ISBN 978-0-521-77754-4). [series ceased publication]

1977: The Cambridge nobody knows, by Frank Albert Reeve. (ISBN 978-0-900891-10-6) [history of Owlstone Croft in Paradise].

1978: Sir Thomas Smith: Renaissance Civilian, by Peter Stein[Fellow], in Acta Juridica 1978, pp. 79–​90.

1978: Wall to the Backs : New buildings for Queens’ College Cambridge, in Architectural Review, Vol. 164, No. 977, July 1978, pp. 36–​41. (ISSN 0003-861X) [Cripps Court]

1979: Queens’ College : Notice concerning Visitors, in Cambridge Evening News, 1979 Feb 2. (ISSN 0963-4029) [Introduction of charges]

1979: Arch bridges and their builders 1735–1835, by Ted (Edward Campbell) Ruddock (1930–​2015). (ISBN 978-0-521-21816-0)

1980: Masterpiece by the Cam, by Stephen Gardiner, in The Observer, No. 9846, 1980 May 11, p. 37. (ISSN 0029-7712)

1980: Morris & Company in Cambridge : catalogue, by Duncan Robinson and Stephen Wildman[Fellow], pp. 26–​9. (ISBN 978-0-521-23310-1, 978-0-521-29903-9)

1983: The Queen’s College of Saint Margaret and Saint Bernard, commonly known as Queens’ College in the University of Cambridge: a brief illustrated history, by Maurice Meynell Scarr (1914–​2005). (OCLC 56966141)

1983: Saved in the nick of time, by Peter Frederick Smith, in New Scientist, Vol. 100, No. 1385, 1983 Nov 24, p. 603. (ISSN 0262-4079) [Repairs to Long Gallery]

1984: Obituary: Sir Arthur Armitage, in The Times, No. 61750, 1984 Feb 6, p. 16.

1984: The Ingenious Mr Essex, Architect, by Thomas Hugh Cocke. (OCLC 85059986)

1984: Dating of the Long Gallery, Queens’ College, by A.H.C. Carter, V.R. Switsur, A.P. Ward. [suggesting a date no earlier than 1595]

1985: The Cambridge Armorial, edited by Cecil Humphery-Smith, Heather E. Peek, Gordon H. Wright, and C.W. Scott-Giles. (ISBN 978-0-85613-871-3)

1985: Cambridge Architecture, by Tim Rawle. (ISBN 978-0-86294-059-1)

1985: Queens’ College: The inside story, in Cambridge Evening News, No. 29781, 1985 Sep 30, pp. 12–​13. [Preview of TV series Queens’: a Cambridge College]

1986: An early stage at Queens’, by Iain Richard Wright [Fellow], in Cambridge: Magazine of the Cambridge Society, vol. 18, pp. 74–​83; (ISSN 0140-8348)
1996: another edition, in Studies in Theatre Production, vol. 13, issue 1. (ISSN 1357-5341)

1986: Portraits of the later Plantagenets, by Frederick Hepburn. (ISBN 978-0-85115-422-0) [Elizabeth Woodville portraits in chapter 4]

1987: A History of Queens’ College, Cambridge, 1448–​1986, by John Twigg. (ISBN 978-0-85115-488-6)

1988: The Dial in Old Court, Queens’ College Cambridge : its background, history and use, by Maurice Meynell Scarr (1914–​2005). (OCLC 84705218) [re-working of material from Shephard’s pamphlet of 1957/72] 

1988: The Birth of Margaret of Anjou, by Christopher N. L. Brooke and V. Ortenberg, in Historical Research, 61: 357–358. (ISSN 1468-2281)

1988: Education Reform Act 1988, c. 40, ss. 202–​7.

1988: Two Latin Play Songs, by Julia K. Wood, in Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, No. 21(1988), pp. 45–​52. [Song from Valetudinarium]

1988: Le Maître à la vue de Sainte-Gudule: Contribution à l’étude critique de son œuvre, by Hélène Dubois. (OCLC 845084940) [thesis, 2 vols]

1989: Sources d’inspiration du Maître à la Vue de Sainte Gudule et de son atelier, by Hélène Dubois, in Annales d’Histoire de l’Art et d’Archéologie, Vol. XI, pp. 39–​52. (ISSN 0771-2723) [includes chapel triptych]

1989: Records of Early English Drama: Cambridge, Volume 1: The Records, by Alan H. Nelson; (ISBN 978-0-8020-5751-8)
1989: Volume 2: Editorial apparatus.

1989: English Lantern Clocks, by George White, p. 523 note 138. (ISBN 978-0-907462-33-0) [clock given by Edward East]

1989: Cambridge Classic, by Charles Knevitt, in Concrete Quarterly, No. 163 (Winter 1989), pp. 2–​5. (ISSN 0010-5376) [Lyon Court, Cripps Phase 3] 

1989: A History of the University of Cambridge, ed. Christopher N. L. Brooke.
1989: Volume 1: The University to 1546, by Damian Riehl Leader; (ISBN 978-0-521-32882-1)
2004: Volume 2: 1546–1750, by Victor Morgan; (ISBN 978-0-521-35059-4)
1997: Volume 3: 1750–1870, by Peter Searby; (ISBN 978-0-521-35060-0)
1992: Volume 4: 1870–1990, by Christopher N. L. Brooke. (ISBN 978-0-521-34350-3)

1990: The Board-Seated Turned Chairs Project, by Robert F. Trent, in Regional Furniture, IV (1990), pp. 42–​48, Fig. 3. (ISSN 0953-0800) [Erasmus’s Chair, so-called]

1990: Bricks for Blues, by Susan Dawson, in AJ Focus, December 1990, pp. 18–​20. (ISSN 0951-5380) [New boathouse]

1991: Cambridge Sundials, by Alexis Michael Panther Brookes (1913–​2002) and Margaret Stanier (1919–​2007). (OCLC 40223537)

1991: A Cambridge Playhouse of 1638?: Reconsiderations, by Alan H. Nelson; and Iain Richard Wright [Fellow], in Renaissance Drama, New Series vol. 22, pp. 175–​89. (ISSN 0486-3739 eISSN 2164-3415) [response to the 1970 article A Cambridge Playhouse of 1638?] 

1991: Three panels by the Master of the View of Ste-Gudule in the Chapel of Queens’ College, Cambridge, by Jean Michel Massing, The Burlington Magazine 133 (Oct 1991), pp. 690–​3. (ISSN 0007-6287)

1992: The College graces of Oxford and Cambridge, by Reginald H. Adams. (ISBN 978-1-870882-06-4)

1992: Hall Screens and Elizabethan Playhouses: Counter-Evidence from Cambridge, by Alan H. Nelson, in The Development of Shakespeare’s Theater, ed. John H. Astington, pp. 57–​76. (ISBN 978-0-404-62293-0)

1992: Queens’ Bridge, by Gunnar de Vries, in Industrial Design 02: Zwei Forschungsberichte, ed. Lambert Rosenbusch, pp. 6–​18. (ISBN 978-3-931185-27-5)

1992: Maps, Land and Society : a history, with a carto-bibliography of Cambridgeshire estate maps, c. 1600–​1836, by A. Sarah Bendall. (ISBN 978-0-521-41055-7) [includes Queens’ estates in rural Cambs.]

1993: Ten Carmelite Roundels at Queens’ College Cambridge, by Hilary Wayment, in Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Vol. LXXXII, pp. 139–​56. (ISSN 0309-3603)
1995: Ten Carmelite Roundels at Queens’ College Cambridge, by Hilary Wayment, in Teresianum: Ephemerides Carmeliticae, 1995, Vol. 46, fasc. 1, pp. 163–​195. (ISSN 0392-4556)

1993: Splendours of Flanders: Late medieval art in Cambridge collections, by Alain Arnould and Jean Michel Massing, with contributions from Peter Spufford [Fellow] and Mark Alistair Sinclair Blackburn. (ISBN 978-0-521-44157-5, 978-0-521-44692-1) [Catalogue of Fitzwilliam Museum exhibition including Queens’ triptych] 

1993: The life and thought of the Very Reverend Dr Isaac Milner and his contribution to the Evangelical Revival in England, by Barbara Jane Melaas-Swanson (1960–​2012) (OCLC 912949637)

1994: Conservation of the Wall Paintings in the Memorial Chapel Library, Queens’ College Cambridge, by Tobit Curteis, Curteis Paine Associates.

1994: Early Cambridge theatres: college, university, and town stages, 1464-1720, by Alan H. Nelson, pp. 16–​37 & 131–​9. (ISBN 978-0-521-43177-4)

1994: The Vigani specimen cabinet by John Austin, a Cambridge joiner, by Adam Bowett, in Regional Furniture, VIII (1994), pp. 58–​63. (ISSN 0953-0800)

1994: A college library hidden from all but its users, by Deborah Singmaster, in Architects’ Journal, Vol. 200, no. 8 (19940825), pp. 23–​5. (ISSN 0003-8466)

1994: Queens’ College Library: a history, by Clare Sargent. (OCLC 84986149)

1994: The Queens’ College Dial, Cambridge, by Charles Kenneth Aked (1921–​1998), in the Bulletin of the British Sundial Society, Vol. 94.3 October 1994, pp. 2–​6; (ISSN 0958-4315) [reproduced by kind permission of the BSS]
1997: Queens' College Sundial (follow-up): ibid., Vol. 97.2 April 1997, pp. 51–​2.

1996: A Concise History of the University of Cambridge, by Elisabeth S. Leedham-Green. (ISBN 978-0-521-43978-7)

1996: Estate Maps of an English County: Cambridgeshire, 1600-1836, by A. Sarah Bendall, in Rural Images: Estate Maps in the Old and New Worlds, ed. David Buisseret, pp. 63–​90, Queens’ at pp. 74–​80. (ISBN 978-0-226-07990-5)

1996: William Morris Tiles : The Tile Designs of Morris and his Fellow-Workers, by Richard and Hilary Myers, pp. 62–​67 and plates 25–​29. (ISBN 978-0-903685-43-6) [Old Hall fireplace overmantel]

1999: The Tile Decoration by Morris & Co. for Queens’ College, Cambridge: The Inspiration of Illuminated Manuscripts, by Michaela Braesel, in Apollo 149, no. 443 (January 1999), pp. 25–​33. (ISSN 0003-6536) [reproduced by kind permission of Apollo Magazine and of the author]

2001: Two sixteenth-century book lists from the Library of Queens’ College, Cambridge, by Clare Sargent, in Trans. Cambridge Bibliographical Soc., Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 161–​178. (ISSN 0068-6611)

2002: Elizabeth Woodville: mother of the princes in the tower, by David Baldwin. (ISBN 978-0-7509-2774-1)

2002: Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues : The University and College Libraries of Cambridge, ed. Peter D. Clarke, intro. by Roger W. Lovatt, pp. 558–​90 and plate 5. (ISBN 978-0-7123-4773-0)

2002: Cambridge College Chapel Registers : Marriages and Burials from the 18th & 19th Centuries, by Eve Logan, pp. 57–​66. (ISBN 978-0-9544309-1-7)

2002: The Pre-Reformation Altarpiece of Long Melford Church, by Kim W. Woods, in The Antiquaries Journal, Vol. 82, Sept. 2002, pp. 93–​104 (ISSN: 0003-5815 EISSN: 1758-5309) [speculative connection between Long Melford altarpiece and Queens’ triptych]

2003: Vigani and his cabinet, by Lisa Wagner and Brian Callingham [Fellow], in Queens’ College Record 2003, pp. 14–​16. (OCLC 265498993)

2004: Queens’ College, Cambridge : archaeological monitoring of floor replacement, by Jess Tipper, Cambridge Archaeological Unit.

2005: Condition Assessment and Treatment Report for the Old Hall, Queens’ College, by Hirst Conservation. [by permission] 

2005: Biographical Dictionary of English Wrought Iron-Smiths of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, by Edward Saunders (1932–​2011), in The Volume of the Walpole Society, Vol. 67, pp. 237–​384 at p. 303. (ISSN 0141-0016) [Old Hall gates by Jonas Jackson] 

2005: Memling and the Netherlandish Portrait Tradition, by Lorne Campbell, in Memling and the Art of Portraiture, by Till-Holger Borchert. (ISBN 978-0-500-09326-9) [Elizabeth Woodville portraits at pp. 55–​6]

2006: The early modern library (to c. 1640), by Clare Sargent, in The Cambridge History of Libraries in Britain and Ireland Volume 1: To 1640, by Elisabeth Leedham-Green and Teresa Webber. (ISBN 978-0-521-78194-7, eISBN 978-1-139-05530-7)

2006: Statutes of Queens’ College in the University of Cambridge 1955 as amended to 2006.

2006: The Reverend John Michell: A Letter from his Great-grandson, by Eric Hutton, in The Antiquarian Astronomer, No. 3, 2006 Dec, pp. 65–8. (ISSN 1740-3677)

2007: Fine Art Materials in Vigani’s Cabinet, 1704, of Queens’ College, Cambridge, by Lisa Wagner. (OCLC 888712742) [Thesis, 4 vols + DVD-ROM]

2009: New miniatures by Pacino di Bonaguida in Cambridge, by Stella Panayotova, in The Burlington Magazine, 151(1272, 2009 Mar):144–​148. (ISSN 0007-6287) [manuscript miniatures in Old Library]

2009: Powell & Moya, by Ken Powell, pp. 75–​80. (ISBN 978-1-85946-303-1)

2009: Obituary: Sir Derek Bowett, by Vaughan Lowe, in The Guardian, 24 Oct 2009.

2009: A Catalogue of Western Book Illumination in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Cambridge Colleges, by Nigel Morgan and Stella Panayotova, Part 1; (ISBN 978-1-905375-47-9, 2 vols)
2012: Part 2; (ISBN 978-1-905375-85-1, 2 vols)
2015: Part 3 Vol. 1; (ISBN 978-1-909400-37-5)
2014: Part 4 Vol. 1; (ISBN 978-1-909400-04-7)
2017: Part 5 Vol. 1. (ISBN 978-1-909400-85-6)

2011: Building on the Backs: Basil Spence, Queens’ College Cambridge and University Architecture at Mid-Century, by Louise Campbell, in Architectural History, Vol. 54 (2011), pp. 383–​405. (ISSN: 0066-622X)

2011: Natural resins and balsams from an eighteenth-century pharmaceutical collection analysed by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry, by Gundel Steigenberger and Christoph Herm, in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2011) 401:1771–1784. (ISSN: 1618-2642 (print), 1618-2650 (online))

2012: Weighing the World: The Reverend John Michell of Thornhill, by Russell McCormmach. (ISBN 978-94-007-2021-3, eISBN 978-94-007-2022-0)

2012: Basil Spence : buildings & projects, by Louise Campbell, Miles Glendinning, Jane Thomas, pp. 128–​37. (ISBN 978-1-85946-309-3)

2012: Queens' College, Cambridge, by Juliet Chippindale (ISBN 978-0-9572460-0-3) [guidebook] 

2012: University mails of Oxford and Cambridge : early letters, college stamps and Victorian security marks, by David C. Sigee. (ISBN 978-1-78088-259-8)

2013: The Vigani Cabinet – Analysis of historical resinous materials by gas chromatography - mass spectrometry and infrared spectroscopy, by Gundel Steigenberger. (OCLC 854842314) [Thesis]

2013: Painting from Life? Comments on the Date and Function of the Early Portraits of Elizabeth Woodville and Elizabeth of York in the Royal Collection, by Jennifer Scott, in The Yorkist Age: Proceedings of the 2011 Harlaxton Symposium, by Hannes Kleineke and Christian Steer. (ISBN 978-1-907730-22-1)

2014: SET free: breaking the rules in a processual, user-generated, digital performance edition of Richard the Third, by Jennifer Roberts-Smith et al., in The Shakespearean International Yearbook, 14: Special Section, Digital Shakespeares, ed. Brett D. Hirsch; D. Hugh Craig, pp. 69–​100. (ISBN 978-1-4724-3964-2) [simulation of hypothetical 1588 performance on demountable stage in Old Hall] 

2015: Rediscovered manuscript fragments of The Prick of Conscience in the library of Queens’ College Cambridge, by Daniel Sawyer, in Trans. Cambridge Bibliographical Society, Vol. XV Part 4, pp. 515–​40. (ISSN 0068-6611)

2016: The Heraldry of Queens’ College, Cambridge, by David Broomfield.

2017: Statutes of Queens’ College in the University of Cambridge 2017.