Convocation

Convocation, an assemblage of the English clergy, with little or no legislative power, summoned and prorogued by an archbishop under authority of the Crown; one under the Archbishop of Canterbury, held at Canterbury, and one under the Archbishop of York, held at York, consisting each of two bodies, an Upper of bishops, and an Under of lesser dignitaries and inferior clergy, in separate chambers, though they originally met in one.

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

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Consul
Consulate
Contari`ni
Conte, Nicolas Jacques
Conti
Continental System
Contrat, Social
Convention, National
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Conversion
Convocation
Conway
Conway, Hugh
Conway, Moncure
Conybeare, William Daniel
Conybeare, William John
Cook, Dutton
Cook, Edward T.
Cook, Eliza
Cook, James
Cook, Joseph

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