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Records of schools and other endowed institutions

presented by the Records and Ancient Muniments Committee ; compiled by D. L. Powell ; edited by Hilary Jenkinson
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English
[Kingston upon Thames, England] : Surrey County Council, c1930
xxiii, 117 p.
  • Surrey Record Society; v. 31
  • County of Surrey (Surrey County Council); v. 4

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Issued in cooperation with the Surrey Record Society. Also published as the Society's Publication, no. 31.

Filmed with: Inventory of the borough records with some illustrative extracts.

Includes index of institutions.

Contains extracts from 13th through 19th century documents (unindexed).

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