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Author: Charles Henry Cooper
Title: Memorials of Cambridge; (Volume 2)
Publisher: Cambridge : Macmillan & Co.


I. St. Peter's college to Jesus college.--II Christ's college to Emmanuel college.--III Sidney college, Downing college, parish churches, &c

Contributor: University of California Libraries
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