2 edition of register of the visitors of the University of Oxford, from A.D. 1647 to A.D. 1658. found in the catalog.
register of the visitors of the University of Oxford, from A.D. 1647 to A.D. 1658.
University of Oxford.
Reprint of the 1881 ed.
|Statement||Edited, with some account of the state of the university during the commonwealth, by Montagu Burrows.|
|Series||Camden society. Publications -- new ser., no.29., Works of the Camden Society -- new ser., 29.|
|Contributions||Burrows, Montagu, 1819-1905.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxxxiii, 593 p.|
|Number of Pages||593|
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By University of Oxford. and ed. Montagu Burrows Abstract. References WORKS IN PRINT. Register of the Visitors of the University of Oxford, from A.D. to A.D.ed. Burrows. Camden new ser., xxix, Rept. on Ecclesiastical Revenues: Report of Commissioners on Ecclesiastical.
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to A.D. (Camden. By the charter, the Chancellor (or his deputy) was ex officio a justice of the peace in Oxford and the neighbourhood; the University was to receive the fines and amercements due to the Crown from cases tried before the circuiting justices in Oxford, including the goods of felons, a privilege of value when a wealthy Oxford man committed suicide.
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