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  • The Cambridge History of American Literature 492The Cambridge History of American Literature   The Cambridge History of American Literature Edited
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  • The Cambridge Modern History  (1903)  Volume VII: The United States 607471The Cambridge Modern History — Volume VII: The United States1903 CONTENTS
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  • Forever?, also known as the Pakistan Declaration, (1933) What Does the Pakistan National Movement Stand For? (Cambridge: Pakistan National Movement, 1933)
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  • Obituary: Rev. Henry Richards Luard, Registrary of the University of Cambridge 1891-06-25June 25, 1891 Obituary: Mr. Alexander Charles Ewald 1891-12-04December
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  • Joint Declaration by Members of the United Nations Against Extermination of the Jews  (1942)  1429970Joint Declaration by Members of the United Nations
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  • ‘A declaration of the true manner of knowing Christ crucified’ (with other works), Cambridge, 1597. 14. ‘A reformed Catholike: or, a Declaration shewing
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  • free grammar school at Kendal, from which he went to St. John's College, Cambridge. He graduated B.A. in 1723, and was soon afterwards elected fellow of
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  • his father was a wealthy merchant. He was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge, of which society he became a fellow in 1597. In 1609 he proceeded D.D
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  • (1829) "April" (1829) "The Belfry Pigeon" (1835) "Birth-day Verses" "The Declaration" (1829) "Florence Gray" "Idleness" (1838) "January 1, 1829" (1829) "The
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  • On 14 July 1832 he was admitted to a scholarship at King's College, Cambridge, and was a fellow from 14 July 1835 to 1870. He graduated B.A. 1837, M
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  • PETER SPENDELOWE (1722–1774), engraver and miniature-painter, born at Cambridge in 1722, was son of John Lamborn (d. 1763), a watchmaker, and Elizabeth
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  • qualification, however, that it ought to have been accompanied with a declaration, that all elections should be had in the counties where the electors
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  • Encyclopædia Declaration of Independence, American 960815The New International Encyclopædia — Declaration of Independence, American DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
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  • sizar at the age of seventeen on 29 March 1651 at Magdalene College, Cambridge, where his tutor was Joseph Hill [q. v.] He graduated M.A., was elected
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  • Christopher Tenison by his wife Elizabeth, was a fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. In 1596 he was presented to the rectory of Downham in Cambridgeshire
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  • Archbold1896 REDMAN, JOHN (1499–1551), master of Trinity College, Cambridge, was born in 1499. He was probably related to the Redmans of Levens and
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  • AYSCOUGH, EDWARD (fl. 1633), historian, was educated at Christ's College, Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. in 1590. He afterwards resided at Cotham, in
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  • Cooper1892 JENKIN, ROBERT, D.D. (1656–1727), master of St. John's College, Cambridge, was son of Thomas and Mary Jenkin of the Isle of Thanet, Kent. The father
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  • College, Cambridge, and performed the duties of that office for eight years. He proceeded M.A. in 1844, and B.D. in 1851. While at Cambridge he was not
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  • a member of the Incorporated Society of Artists, and signed the roll declaration in 1765, being one of the first directors of that society. He contributed
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