Endowments of the University of Cambridge

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John Willis Clark
Printed at the University Press, 1904 - 669 pages
 

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Page 44 - Use aforesaid, in as full and ample Manner to all Intents and Purposes, as any...
Page 394 - Prize be open to the competition of all persons who have at any time been admitted to a Degree in this University. 4. That the successful Candidate receive two years...
Page 312 - Grace of the Senate. 6. — That if it shall happen at any time, that two of the offices severally constituting electors are united in the same person, the deputy for the elector in respect of one of the said offices shall be the Lord Almoner's Reader in Arabic; but if in any case the Lord Almoner's Reader shall decline the office of deputy examiner, or shall be prevented from undertaking the said office, a deputy examiner...
Page 313 - Law or Medicine, of not less than four or more than seven years' standing, who shall be required, before they are admitted to become candidates, to produce certificates from their respective Professors, that they have kept the exercises necessary for the degree of Bachelor of Law or Physic.
Page 295 - THIS INDENTURE made the twenty sixth day of June in the thirtieth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c.
Page 119 - MA who composed the best Dissertation in the English language, on the Evidences in general, or on the Prophecies or Miracles in particular, or on any other particular argument, whether the same be direct or collateral proofs of the Christian religion, in order to evince its truth and excellence.
Page 488 - Grew, all my lands [naming them particularly;] to hold the same, with their appurtenances. to him the said George Grew, for and during the term of his natural life...
Page 334 - If an ex officia elector is prevented from examining, a deputy is to be appointed by Grace of the Senate. The Examination commences on the Monday next after the second Sunday in Lent.
Page 309 - Any undergraduate, of whatever rank, may be a candidate for the Pitt Scholarship, provided he be not of more than three years' standing from the time of his first residence ; but he...
Page 308 - College, according to the cycle of Proctors, but the appointment shall be made by the University. Or if the Public Orator or the Greek Professor shall be prevented by illness or otherwise from attending the examination, or if the Colleges shall have neglected to signify to the Vice-Chancellor the appointment of the electors according to their respective turns, then deputies shall be appointed by grace. 3. The first examination commenced...

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