University representation in England, 1604-1690.

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University Representation in England by Millicent Barton Rex (pp. University Representation in England, – By Millicent Barton Rex. Preface by Robert Livingston Schuyler. [Études présentées à la Commission internationale pour l'histoire des Assemblées d'états, Volume XV.] (New York: Barnes and Noble.

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