Annals of Cambridge, Tom 4

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Warwick and Company, 1852
 

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Weights and Measures
44
Kings
48
Dr Tudway Music Professor deprived for seditious words
53
University Address on Union with Scotland
80
Benefactions of William Worts
86
Bread
97
Mr Shepheard gives the great mace to the Town
104
Unsuccessful attempt to nominate a Fellow of a College for Vice
111
University Address on same occasions
122
Addresses of University and Town on the French Kings acknow
137
Archbishop Wakes letter as to College testimonials for Orders
143
457
145
Contested election of Vicechancellor
150
G B White discommuned
162
Contested election for University
166
ANNE
167
Bedford Level Corporation
172
Market Cross
188
459
203
Henry Bromley Esq appointed Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire
208
40
209
417
211
Proceedings as to Copyright
219
Seamen raised by Town
223
New Town Seal presented by Earl of Oxford and Address to
226
Duke of Newcastle elected High Steward of University
236
Repeal of Clause in Copyright Act
242
Cambridge Journal established
249
University vote for raising Soldiers
255
580
280
Mail from Cambridge to London
281
581
290
Proviso in Alehouse
291
University Address
297
Rejection of Bill for vesting sole right to print Almanacs in
304
the Town
311
Militia
312
University Address on Birth of George Prince of Wales
318
Act enabling discharged Mariners c to set up trades
328
Small Debts Bill
330
Cantabrigia Depicta
331
Repair of Market Cross
333
Large carp
339
Death and benefactions of Dr Smith
351
583
354
Quo Warranto as to a Fellowship
365
Contested election of rector of Bedale
378
Thomas Lord Montfort elected High Steward of Town
382
Corporation Address to Lord Cadogan
384

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