10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CANCELLARIAL»
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Webster's New World Dictionary
-Ies [< ML cancellarial the rank or position of a chancellor Chan'ceMor (-sa lar) n.
|< LL cancel- larius, secretaryl 1 a high government official, as, in certain
countries, a prime minister 2 in some universities, the president or other
Anglo-Norman Studies XII: Proceedings of the Battle ...
Non-cancellarial writs are fairly unusual, as Table 1 revealed; we can now see
that they are overwhelmingly early too. Returning to the general confirmations,
Table 2 reveals an interesting discrepancy in date between cancellarial and ...
A History of Cambridge University Press: Volume 2, ...
As was usual in matters where the Court of the Company required expert
reflection, a Cambridge committee was appointed, which in September 1696
visited the University.28 The vice-cancellarial preliminaries bore fruit, in that it
was now ...
Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume 124. Biographical ...
He was equally enchanted with the ceremonial dimension of vice-cancellarial life
, developing into a much sought-after speaker with a fund of good stories from
Barry and Cambridge days, and apparently relishing the experience of official ...
Oxford University Press, 2005
Joan Margarit i Pau, Cardinal-Bishop of Gerona: A ...
Cancellarial occupations were heavy, for he was unable to persuade the Corts to
settle their wrangling over defence subsidies. This continued into 1478 and in
March, Margarit returned to Gerona and spent some time surveying his diocese.
Acta cancellariae, or selections from the records of the ...
... Sir Charles Caesar, A. 1). 1615. He appears to have 24 ACTA
History of Universities: Volume XXVI/1
Gradually this is lowered amidst deafening cheers, till, just as the last of the
Junior Optimes leaves the Vice-Cancellarial stool, it is dropped within his reach.
The owner must be prepared to seize it quickly, and as he cuts the string and ...
The Theology of John Fisher
... to catch up on a backlog of 150 years. He was active too in other cancellarial
duties, figuring prominently in the records of the drive against Lollardy of 1511-
12.72 His zeal for orthodoxy was also to find literary expression. According to
Essays in Medieval History Presented to Thomas Frederick Tout
The Black Prince's single and undifferentiated central secretarial department
presents an obvious contrast with the cancellarial organisation of his grandfather
before his accession to the throne. Edward of Camarvon, as prince of Wales and
Andrew George Little, Frederick Maurice Powicke, 1925
The Impeachment of Michael de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk in ...
... 'the whole episode appeared ... an open travesty of justice'.18 Moreover, even
if some historians were circumspect enough to distinguish between, on the one
hand, the allegations that De la Pole had failed to fulfil his cancellarial duties and,