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BURY, John Bagnell (1861 - 1927), Regius Professor of Modern History, Cambridge University, since 1902; Fellow King’s College, Cambridge; Hon. Fellow Oriel College, Oxford; Corresponding Member of the Imperial Academy of Sciences of Petrograd, the Hungarian Academy of Science, the Roumanian Academy, the Massachusetts Historical Society, and the Russian Archæological Institute at Constantinople; Romanes Lecturer, 1911; Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, 1885–1903; Professor of Modern History in Dublin University, 1893–1902; Regius Professor of Greek, 1898

Gascoyne-Cecil, Robert Arthur Talbot (1830 - 1903), Lord Privy Seal from 1900; High Steward of Westminster from 1900; Chancellor of University of Oxford from 1869; member of Council of King’s College, London; Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, and Constable of Dover Castle from 1895; High Steward of Great Yarmouth from 1888; Elder Brother of Trinity House from 1886; Hon. Colonel 4th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, from 1868 [1st Baron, y s of William Cecil, Lord Burleigh and High Treasurer under Elizabeth, became Secretary of State under her and James I, and then his Lord High Treasurer; 4th Earl was ordered by the Commons to be impeached for high treason for becoming a Roman Catholic, but the prosecution was not proceeded with, 1689; 2nd Marquis became Lord President of the Council, 1858–59]

 

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Title used by several German kings, principally in the 11th century and beyond, to refer to the king of the Germans before he was anointed emperor by the pope. The ...

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