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Author: St. John's College (University of Cambridge) cn
Title: Admissions to the college of St. John the Evangelist in the Universtiy of Cambridge (Volume pt.3)
Publisher: Cambridge, Printed for the College at the University press

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Parts I-II edited by J. E. B. Mayor, pts. 3 edited by Robert F. Scott
pt. 1. Jan. 16-July 1665.--pt. 2. July 1665-July 1715.--pt. 3. July 1715-November 1767
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