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" University the privilege of sending two members to Parliament, the right of election being vested in the members of the senate. "
the post office directory of cambridge, norfolk and suffolk - Pagina 14
door E. R. KELLY - 1875
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A Falmouth Guide

Richard Thomas - 1815 - 96 pagina’s
...mayor, recorder, portreeve, eleven magistrates, and twelve assistants. The charter also gave this tow-n the privilege of sending two members to parliament. The right of election is in the freemen at large, the number of whom, at the last election (in 1812), was nearly three hundred....
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The Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ..., Volume 4

1822
...statutes. It is governed by a mayor, two justices, twelve aldermen, and twenty-four burgesses. It sends two members to parliament, the right of election being vested in the corporation only. The earl of Aylesbury is the patron. Population 270.0. Market on Saturday. 74 miles...
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The Cambridge guide, or A description of the university and town of Cambridge

1830
...discipline of the University are chiefly regulated, were given by Queen Elizabeths B 3 James the First, in 1614, conferred on the University the privilege...election being vested in the Members of the Senate. Some years afterwards the King visited Cambridge, and during his stay resided nt Trinity college, which...
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A New Universal Gazetteer: Containing a Description of the Principal Nations ...

1832 - 799 pagina’s
...by a mayor, recorder, town clerk, 12 aldermen, Id assistants, and 18 common-councilmen ; and returns two members to parliament, the right of election being vested in the corporation anü free burgesses not receiving alms. Its markets are on \\ednesdavs and Saturdays. -Pop....
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A new and comprehensive gazetteer of England and Wales, illustr. by a series ...

James Bell - 1835
...having power to hold a court of record every week. Since the 23° of Edward I., this borough has enjoyed the privilege of sending two members to parliament; the right of election is enjoyed by 445 electors. The mayor is the returning officer. — The town consisti of five parallel...
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The Cambridge Guide: Including Historical and Architectural Notices of the ...

1837 - 272 pagina’s
...year of her reign, 1570; and by these the University is governed at the present day. James the First, in 1614, conferred on the University the privilege...election being vested in the Members of the Senate. In the contest between Charles the First and his Parliament, the University suffered severely, having...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'.

John William Carleton
...incorporated under the title of the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of tho University of Cambridge. James I., in 1614, conferred on the University the privilege of sending two members to tho House of Commons. The University of Cambridge is a ni.ion of seventeen colleges. All these colleges...
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A New Universal Gazetteer: Containing a Description of the Principal Nations ...

Richard Brookes - 1839 - 799 pagina’s
...by a mayor, recorder, town clerk, 12 aldermen, 18 assistants, and 18 common-councilmen ; and returns two members to parliament, the right of election being vested in the corporation and free burgesses not receiving alms. Its markets are on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Pop....
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A New Universal Gazetteer: Containing a Description of the Principal Nations ...

Richard Brookes - 1839 - 799 pagina’s
...by a mayor, recorder, town clerk, 12 aldermen, 18 assistants, and 18 common-councilmen ; and returns two members to parliament, the right of election being vested in the corporation and free burgesses not receiving alms. Its markets are on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Pop....
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Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of ..., Volume 16

Edward Smedley - 1845
...III. and the last was granted by Queen Elizabeth in the third year of her reign. James I. in 1604, conferred on the University the privilege of sending...Parliament, — the right of election being vested in the 8 в 3 CAMBRIDGE. Constitu tion. CAM- Senate. The number of Colleges is seventeen, for BK1DGE. though...
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