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Henry Bond (Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge)

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Henry Bond, LL.D (born Cambridge 19 September 1853 – died Cambridge 6 June 1938) was an academic in the second half of the 19th century and first decades of the 20th.[1]

Latham was educated at Amersham Hall School, University College, London and Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where he spent the rest of his career.[2] He was Scholar in 1875; Chancellor's Medallist in 1877; Called to the Bar in 1883; appointed Lecturer in Roman Law in 1886; elected Fellow in 1887; and J.P. in 1906. He was Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge from 1919 to 1929; and a Bencher of the Middle Temple from 1922.

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Preceded by
Edward Anthony Beck
Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge
1919 to 1929
Succeeded by
Henry Roy Dean


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