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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Volume: 3.1 (1865)

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Report presented to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its twenty-fifth annual general meetting, May 22, 1865.
Cambridge Antiquarian Society (pp. 001-014)
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I. Materials for the Life of Thomas Morton, Bishop of Durham.
Rev. John E. B. Mayor, M. A., St John's College (Dec. 5, 1859) (pp. 001-036)
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II. Some Account of Richard Sault, Mathematician, and one of the editors of the Athenian Mercury.
Charles Henry Cooper, Esq., F. S. A. (pp. 037-046)
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III. Notaries Public in King's College, Cambridge.
Rev. Thomas Brocklebank, M. A., Kings College (pp. 047-052)
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IV. Visitation of the Churches of Pelham Furneaux and Brent Pelham, in Hertfordshire, A. D. 1297.
Rev. Henry Richards Luard, M. A., Registrary of the University. (pp. 053-060)
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Report and Communications. Report Presented to The Cambridge Antiquarian Society, at its twenty-fifth general meeting, May 9, 1865. Also Communications made to the society. No. XIV. Being No. 1 of the third volume. [Complete Volume] PDF 3 Mb