An Account of the University of Cambridge, and the Colleges There: Being a Plain Relation of Many of Their Oaths, Statutes and Charters. By which Will Appear, the Necessity the Present Members Lie Under, Ov Endeavouring to Obtain Such Alterations, as May Render 'em Practicable, and More Suitable to the Present Times. Together with a Few Natural, and Easie Methods, how the Legislature, May for the Future Fix That, and the Other Great Nursery of Learning, in the True Interest of the Nation, and Protestant Succession. Most Humbly Propos'd to Both Houses of Parliament, Volume 5
J. Baker, at the Black Boy in Pater-noster Row., 1717 - 200 pages
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