Origin of presidentship
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And then he had been, on the death of West, in 1820, elected to the presidentship of the Academy.Art in England</p>
It was generally agreed that his Presidentship was a conspicuous success.Rustic Sounds
You will have heard of my appointment to the presidentship of the College of Boggleywollah.Old Kensington
Two years later he was consecrated bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, and resigned his presidentship.
The leading citizens of Sonora have offered him the Presidentship of that interesting State.