The History and Antiquities of the University of Cambridge: Containing I. Its Original and Progress. II. A Discription of the Present Colleges; with an Account of Their Founders and Benefactors, Their Halls and Inns ... By the Reverend Mr. Richard Parker ... To which are Added, Several Charters Granted to the Colleges ... and a Summary of All the Privileges Granted to this Seminary of Learning by the English Monarchs, from a Manuscript in the Cotton Library
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