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In the University of Cambridge,

Taken expressly for the UNIVERSITY ALMANACK,

(Measuring about 17 inches by 11 inches.)

No. Year.

Subject. 1-1801 TRINITY COLLEGE-West Front of Library. 2-1802 KING'S COLLEGE and CHAPEL-West Front, and Clare Hall. 3_1803 ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE_Bridge and West Front. 4–1804 QUEENS' COLLEGE-taken from the Mill. 5_1805 JESUS COLLEGE_taken from the Road. 6_1806 EMMANUEL COLLEGE-West Front. 7-1807 PEMBROKE COLLEGE-West Front. 8–1808 TRINITY HALL_taken from Clare Hall Garden. 9_1809 SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE-taken from Bowling Green. 10-1810 CHRIST'S COLLEGE-taken from the Garden. 11-1811 CAIUS COLLEGE-Second Court. 12_1812 DOWNING COLLEGE-Master's Lodge. 13_1813 ST. PETER'S COLLEGE_taken from the Street. 14_1814 CATHARINE HALL-Interior of Court. 15_1815 CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE-Interior of Old Court. 16--1816 MAGDALENE COLLEGE-Front of Pepysian Library. 17–1817 SENATE-HOUSE and UNIVERSITY LIBRARY. 18-1818 TRINITY COLLEGE-Great Court. 19_1819 ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE-Second Court. 20_1820 MAGDALENE COLLEGE-First Court. 21_1821 EMMANUEL COLLEGE-First Court. 22.1822 KING'S COLLEGE-Old Building. 23_1823 JESUS COLLEGE taken from the Close. 24—1824 QUEENS' COLLEGE-taken from the Grove. 25_1825 OBSERVATORY. 26_1826 CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE-West Front, New Building. 27–1827 TRINITY COLLEGE-Interior of King's Court. 28_1828 ST. PETER'S COLLEGE Gisborne's Court.

No. Year.

Subject. 29_1829 KING'S COLLEGE NEW BUILDINGS and CHAPEL_taken

from the Street. 30_1830 ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE_New Building. 31_1831 TRINITY COLLEGE_West Front of King's Court and Library. 32_1832 CHRIST'S COLLEGE-New Buildings. 33_1833 KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL-Between the Roofs. 34_1834 PITT PRESS. 35__1835 SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE-taken from an Elevation. 36–1836 KING'S COLLEGE-CHAPEL, &c. West Front. 37–1837

St. JOHN'S COLLEGE–New Bridge, &c. 38_1838 FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM. 39_1839 The NEW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY. 40—1840 CAMBRIDGE—from the top of St. John's College New Buildings. 41-1841 CLARE HALL~from the Bridge. 42_1842 FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM. Entrance Hall and Statue Gallery. 43_1843 TRINITY COLLEGE. Interior of the Hall. 44_1844 ST. SEPULCHRE'S CHURCH, as restored by the CAMBRIDGE

CAMDEN SOCIETY. 45_1845 CAIUS COLLEGE Gate of Honour. SENATE House and New


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