The history of the University of Oxford: to the deah of William Conqueror

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s.n., 1772 - 32 pages
 

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Page ii - The history of the University of Oxford, to the death of William the Conqueror.
Page 32 - George aforefaid ; frequent mention being made of the Fellows and Tutors, and alfo of the Commoners, and others therein refiding ; in which Statute there is this Provifion made, That all the Clerks, ie the Scholars /bould eat and drink in the Prefence of fame one of the Canons.
Page 9 - Owte of an old Saxon booke, caullid of fumme the Old Englifch Hiftorie, p.

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