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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 2.1 (1860)

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Table of Contents

I. Notice of a Greek Imperial Coin found in Cambridge.
Rev. Churchill Babington, B. D. (pp. 001-006)
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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its twentieth general meeting, May 14, 1860.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 001-014)
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II. On Anglo-Saxon Remains found near Barrington, in Cambridgeshire.
Charles C. Babington, M. A., F. R. S., F. S. A. (pp. 007-010)
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III. A List of Books presented to Pembroke College, Cambridge, by different Donors, during the 14th and 15th Centuries.
Rev. G. E. Corrie, D. D., Master of Jesus College (pp. 011-024)
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IV. Letters of Archbishop Williams and others addressed to him or relating to his benefactions, together with the building accounts of St John's College Library.
John E. B. Mayor, M. A. St John's College (pp. 025-066)
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