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In 1992 the press opened its own bookshop at 1 Trinity Street, in the centre of Cambridge.Books have been sold continuously on this site since at least 1581, perhaps even as early as 1505, making it the oldest known bookshop site in Britain.In July 1697 the Duke of Somerset made a loan of £200 to the university "towards the printing house and presse" and James Halman, Registrary of the University, lent £100 for the same purpose.It was in Bentley's time, in 1698, that a body of senior scholars ('the Curators', known from 1733 as 'the Syndics') was appointed to be responsible to the university for the press's affairs.The Cambridge Modern History was published between 19.Nine years later the press issued the first volumes of the freshly edited complete works of Shakespeare, a project of nearly equal scope that was not finished until 1966.Cambridge University Press is a charitable enterprise that transfers part of its annual surplus back to the university.Cambridge University Press is both the oldest publishing house in the world and the oldest university press.

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