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Page 817 - The history and antiquities of the hundred of Desborough and deanery of Wycombe, in Buckinghamshire ; including the borough towns of Wycombe and Marlow, and sixteen parishes.
Page 898 - Professor of General Polity and the Laws, in the East India College, at Hertford.
Page 1020 - The last of these, on the elasticity of the" Thirty-nine Articles, was censured by the University authorities, and was followed by Newman's resignation of his livings (1843), and secession to the Church of Rome (1845). Ordained a priest of that church, he was successively head of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri at Birmingham, rector of the Roman Catholic University of Dublin (1854-58), and principal of the Roman Catholic School at Edgbaston. In 1879 he was created a cardinal. He has written some remarkable...
Page 854 - ... 1869. Student of Lincoln's Inn 1809. Lewin, Thomas (Madras) ; Harrow. Com. Matr. arm. 11 July 1804, aged 16; rem. 1804; BA Corpus 1808; MA 1832. Barr. Inner Temple 1811 ; practised in India; died 16 Sept. 1854.
Page 831 - Judge of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, and Dean of the Arches Court, over which be presided with great dignity and ability until its abolition in the month of December last.
Page 1100 - Rumney, of Bristol (city), cler. WADHAM COLL., matric. 26 May, 1749, aged 16; BCL from ST. JOHN'S COLL. 1756, and fellow, rector of St. Ewen's, Bristol 1762, until his death in 1786.
Page 1087 - Ex. and BA 14 Jan. 1797 ; MA 6 Nov. 1799 ; rem. 18 Feb. 1822. Canon of Southwell 1820 ; took name of Peach instead of Cleaver by Royal licence 16 June 1845 ; died 17 Feb. 1864. aged 88. PCR Draper, Edward Alfred (Alured) (Oxon.). Com. b., c. and matr. arm. 3 Dec. 1793, aged 18 ; rem. 21 May 1794. WORK : Address to the British Public on the case of Brigadier-Genera!
Page 883 - ... circa 1388. d. 1453), a Spanish statesman, minister of John II. of Castile. He was twice banished, aud at last beheaded. Lupus Servatua, abbot of Ferneres, a Fre-eh writer of the 9th century.