Letter book of the University of Oxofrd, 1509-1597 by K. F. Lindsay-MacDougall

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Published by Bodleian Library in [Oxford [England] .

Written in English

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  • University of Oxford -- History -- Sources.

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StatementK.F. Lindsay-MacDougall.
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