convocation

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We shall forbid the convocation of your Legislature during the war.

Convocation was about to meet, and must undergo a preliminary purification.

The convocation broke up in sobs, psalmody, and kisses on the cheek.

The Convocation also, which met at York, September 22nd, granted a tenth.

At this time tomorrow, we will speak to the Convocation of Lords-Master.

They entertained the committee from the Convocation for dinner, that evening.

Degbrend brought back the full view of the Convocation Chamber.

What came on was a view, from another angle, of the Convocation Chamber.

This was not all that passed during that session of Parliament and Convocation.

Hence, too, the agency employed was Parliament and not Convocation.

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