[Bell Historians] Peculiars
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Thu Jan 11 12:25:02 GMT 2007
"I seem to remember that we thought King's College, St John's College
and St Edward (King and Martyr) are definitely "Royal Peculiars"
(cant remember if we though of Trinity as one) and that all other
College Chapels are simply "peculiar" and I assumed that meant
I think Christ's College Chapel would have the same status as that of St John's Chapel (they have the same Royal foundation and both are eg the only places in Cambridge where Swan is permitted to be consumed). Whether that makes them Royal Peculiars though is a different matter.
JEC - do you intend to update Wikipedia once your investigations are complete?
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