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One can step aside from busy, modern Fleet Street, the famous journalistic centre of London, and in a minute he in the midst of stately mediaeval buildings, spacious lawns and ﬂower gardens, and sombre old quadrangles having all the appearances of a university town in the middle ages. This is the Temple where are situated two of the four ancient Inns of Court, Middle Temple, and Inner Temple. These Inns of Court with the two others, Lincoln's Inn in Chancery Lane, and Gray's Inn in Holborn, are voluntary non-corporation legal societies seated in London, having their origin some time about the end of the thirteenth Or the begin ning of the fourteenth century, and possessing, by customary law, the exclusive privilege of calling, or admitting candidates to the Bar. They may be re garded as colleges which together make up the official legal university of England.