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xliv Annual Report of the Delegacy Dr Duggan attended the Fourth International Conference of the Institute of Medieval Studies at the Catholic University of Louvain in May and acted as chairman at one of the conference sessions He also read paper at the Colloque International at the Chateau de Sedieres Correze France in August and attended 11 Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Diritto Canonico at the Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milan in September Dr Brown was elected Corresponding Fellow of the Medie- val Academy of South Africa He lectured at Attingham Park Shrop- shire the Grove School Hindhead the Norwich Branch of the Historical Association the School of Architecture at Leicester Poly- technic the Leys School Cambridge and Uppingham School Rutland Dr Marshall delivered lecture on 'British Expansion in Asia in the Eighteenth Century' at the Anglo-American Conference of Historians in London in July Dr Smith continued to act as Secretary of the Board of Studies in History throughout the session He also gave talks to the South-West London Branch of the Historical Association to Thames Valley Gram- mar School and Raynes Park High School and to the Economic History Society of the Polytechnic of Central London DEPARTMENT OF PALAEOGRAPHY Sixty-seven students from eight Schools and four Institutes attended six classes during the Session Nineteen were candidates for degrees and were examined in palaeography ten in English one in Classics three in History and five in Medieval Studies new degree at Birkbeck College Miss Handley of Queen Mary College again taught part-time in the Department and gave the classes for research students and for students in English Classes continued to be held in the Durning Lawrence Library which is part of the University of London Library and during the Lent Term Professor Brown gave weekly lectures at the Warburg Institute The Department is greatly indebted to the University Library and to the Warburg Institute for the use of rooms and other facilities in the most convenient possible centres for intercollegiate teaching Teachers and students alike are also deeply grateful for help of many kinds to the staff of the Palaeography Room in the University
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