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Trinity Hall

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Trinity Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1TJ

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Trinity Hall - Cambridge - Reviews of Trinity Hall - TripAdvisor
Founded in 1350 by Bishop Bateman of Norwich, Trinity is the fifth oldest surviving College of Cambridge University and boasts such alumni notables as Robert Herrick, F D Maurice, J B Prie...
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Trinity Hall, Cambridge, United Kingdom : Reviews of Trinity Hall - Yahoo! Travel
Not to be confused with Trinity College , Trinity Hall is almost 200 years older. Founded in 1350 by the Bishop of Norwich, the college was origin...
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Latest reviews of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, United Kingdom
This college tucked away near the river Cam has one of the most compelling gardens and overview of the river. During the summer, grab your favorite beverage, walk through the beautifully landscaped courtyards and spend a few minutes dangling you leggs over the r...
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Trinity Hall, Cambridge
The Library also contains a manuscript giving an account of the monastery and churches in Canterbury and various other information relating to that city (it was edited in the Rolls series of English historical works by the late Archdeacon Hardwick); an ancient Bible in good preservation; a copy of D...
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Local Secrets Webpage - Trinity Hall (Cambridge)
Trinity Hall is a small and tradtional college on the river Cam, available for conferences and dining. Accomodation available out...
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Trinity Hall, Cambridge@Everything2.com
. A small (300 Undergrads) cambridge college, with a history for being good at law, founded sometime around 1350 i think. Next door to the yo...
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Trinity Hall
in 1854 he took orders but in 1862 developed an agnostic attitude and in 1875 relinquished his orders and became an agnostic. He was a contributor for The Saturday Review and The Pall Mall Gazette and The Cornhill Magazine, becoming editor of The Cornhill Magazine in 1871. In 1882 he was asked to ed...
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