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Georgian Architecture: University of London, a Metropolitan, Nonsectarian University

¬† In 1820, the Scottish poet, Thomas Campbell, put forth the idea of a metropolitan, nonsectarian university.¬†With others he launched a movement in 1825 to found the University of London, for students excluded from Oxford or Cambridge by religious tests … Continue reading

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