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Annual Report of the Delegacy liii Ph 17 Judith Fingard 'The Ecclesiastical Establishment in Nova Scotia 1782-1850 Phil Zela Procter Sister Mary Carmel 'The Religious Life for women in twelfth-century Canon Law with special reference to English Houses Departmental Notes Professor Dickens see Appointments xxvi continued to serve on the Council of the Royal Historical Society the British Academy the Board of the Athlone Press the British National Committee of the Congress of Historical Sciences the -U Educational Com- mission Travel Grants Committee the Essex Record Committee the Victoria County History Committee the History of Parliament Editorial Board and various other bodies He taught seminar at the Revision School of the Historical Association and lectured to the New- man Society Conference the Thoroton Society the Historical Society of the London School of Economics and those of Bristol Leicester and Reading Universities He gave paper at the Anglo-Scandinavian Theological Conference and delivered the annual Stow Address before the Lord Mayor and Sheriffs of London in St Andrew Undershaft Professor Graham lectured in October to the Middle Eastern Seminar Oxford In February and March he gave series of lectures on the centenary of the Canadian Confederation at Halifax Fredericton Edmonton and Calgary Alberta and London Ontario Mr Hodgett acted as Vice-Warden of Commonwealth Hall throughout the session He delivered lecture to the Canterbury Archaeological Society and spent six weeks as visiting lecturer at the summer school of the University of British Columbia in July and August Dr Duggan read paper entitled 'The English Decretal Collec- tors an historical revision' to the Oxford Medieval Group in All Souls College in June Dr Brown delivered paper on 'The Norman Conquest and the origins of English castles' to the British Archaeological Association in November Dr Roseveare read paper on 'The Treasury establishment in late nineteenth-century politics' to the graduate seminar at the Univer- sity of Sussex in November
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