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Author: C. Eveleigh (Charles Eveleigh) Woodruff
Title: Schola regia cantuariensis: a history of Canterbury School. Commonly called the King's School
Publisher: London, Mitchell, Hughes, & Clarke
Subject (keywords, tags): Canterbury, England. King's School
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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Size: 344 kb



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