Cambridge University

Cambridge University contains 17 colleges: Peterhouse, founded 1257; Clare College, 1326; Pembroke, 1347; Gonville and Caius, 1348; Trinity Hall, 1350; Corpus Christi, 1352; King's, 1441; Queens', 1448; St. Catherine's, 1473; Jesus, 1496; Christ's, 1505; St John's, 1511; Magdalene, 1519; Trinity, 1546; Emmanuel, 1584; Sidney Sussex, 1598; and Downing, 1800. Each college is a corporation by itself, governed by statutes sanctioned by the crown, and capable of holding landed or other property.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cambridge, second Duke of * Cambridgeshire
Camarilla
Cambacérès, Jean Jacques Régis de
Cambay
Cambo`dia
Cambrai
Cambria
Cambridge
Cambridge
Cambridge, first Duke of
Cambridge, second Duke of
Cambridge University
Cambridgeshire
Cambronne
Cambus`can
Camby`ses
Cambyses, King
Camden
Camden, Charles Pratt, first Earl of
Camden, William
Camelot
Camenæ