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Trinity Hall, Cambridge

Fifth oldest Cambridge college, founded 1350 by Bishop Bateman of Norwich; the college was intended to teach canon law to students to replace priests lost to the Black Death plague of the 1340s. College alumni include poet Robert Herrick, writer J. B. Priestley, comedian Tony Slattery, and ex-British MP Geoffrey Howe.

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