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A correspondence between Mr. Peter of Merton College, Mr. Liddell of Ch. Ch., and Mr. Vaughan of Oriel College [electronic resource] : consisting of eight letters which have been already printed by Mr. Vaughan, and two now printed, between Mr. Peter and Mr. Liddell
Bib ID 6350198
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Peter, J. T. H. (John Thomas Henry), 1809 or 10-1883
 
Uniform Title Correspondence. Selections
Online Access
Description Oxford : Printed at the Chronicle Office, 1845 
1 online resource (20 p.). 
Series

Nineteenth Century Collections Online: British Politics and Society.

Notes

Correspondence deals with Peter's accusation that Vaughan was dishonorable in his conduct in an examination involving Peter.

"Not for publication."

"[Church no.] 5140."

Reproduction of the original from the Pusey House Library St Giles.

Subjects Peter, J. T. H. (John Thomas Henry), 1809 or 10-1883 -- Correspondence.  |  Liddell, Henry George, 1811-1898 -- Correspondence.  |  Vaughan, Henry Halford, 1811-1885 -- Correspondence.  |  University of Oxford -- Examinations -- History -- 19th century.
Other authors/contributors Liddell, Henry George, 1811-1898. Correspondence  |  Vaughan, Henry Halford, 1811-1885. Correspondence
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