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" This is the emblem of a good tutor or fellow of a college, who is set to watch over the youth of the society, and by whose prudence they are to be led through the dangers of their first entrance into the world. "
Walks in Oxford;: Comprising an Original, Historical, and Descriptive ... - Page 85
by W. M. Wade - 1818 - 388 pages
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A Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University. Containing ...

1764 - 132 pages
...World. The Figure immediately follow' ing reprefents Sobriety, or Temperance, that molt * neceflary Virtue of a Collegiate Life. The whole * remaining Train of Figures are the Vices we are c inftru&ed to avoid. Thofe next to Temperance " are the oppofite Vices of Gluitony, and Drunken| »eftr...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1783 - 152 pages
...the World. The Figure immediately following reprefents Sobriety, or Temperance, that moft necefTary Virtue of a Collegiate Life. The whole remaining Train of Figures are the Vices we are inftructed to avoid. Thofe next to Temperance are the oppofite Vices of Gluttony and Drunkcnnefs. Then...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford:: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1790 - 152 pages
...World*. The Figure immediately fbllow•* ing reprefents Sobriety, or Temperance? that moft « neceflary Virtue of a Collegiate Life. The whole * remaining Train of Figures are the Vices we are « inftjucted to avoid. Thofe next to Temperance • are the oppofite Vices of Gluttony and Drunken•...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1796 - 152 pages
...World. * The Figure immediately following reprefents So' briety, or Temperance, that moft neceflary Virtue of * a Collegiate Life. The whole remaining train of ' Figures are the Vices we are inftru&ed to avoid. ' Thofe next to Temperance are the oppofite Vices '. of Gluttony and Drunkennefs....
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford:: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1808 - 128 pages
...world. f The figure immediately following reprefents So* vriety or Temperance, that moft necefiary virtue of * a collegiate life. The whole remaining train of ' figures are the vices we are inftrudled to avoid. ' Thofe next to Temperance are the oppofite vices ' -of .Gluttony and Drunkennefs....
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A history of the colleges, halls, and public buildings attached to the ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...the dangers of their first en« trance into the world. The figure immediately following represent! a Sobriety or Temperance, that most necessary virtue...remaining train of figures are the vices we are instructed я to avoid. Those next to Temperance are the opposite vices of Glut" lony and Drunkenness. Then follow...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford, Or Guide Through the University: With an ...

1810
...fellow of a College, who is ' set to watch' over the youth of the society, and * by whose prudence they are to be led through ' the dangers of their...into the * world. The figure immediately following re' presents Sobriety or Temperance, that most ne' cessary virtue of a collegiate life. The whole '...
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A pocket companion for Oxford. [Entitled] A new pocket companion ..., Volume 3

1810
...or fellow of a College, who is ' set to watch over the youth of the society, and * by whose prudence they are to be led through ' the dangers of their...into the ' world. The figure immediately following re' presents Sobriety or Temperance, that most ne' cessary virtue of a collegiate Jife. The whole '...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations ..., Volume 12, Issue 2

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1813
...fellow of a college, who is set t«t watch over the youth of the society, and by whose prudence they arc to be led through the dangers of their first entrance...The whole remaining train of figures are the vices which we are instructed to avoid. Those- next to temperance are the opposite vices of Gluttony and...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations ..., Volume 12, Issue 2

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1813
...tutor, or fellow of a college, who is set to watch over the youth of the society, and by whose prudence they are to be led through the dangers of their first entrance into tin world. The figure immediately following represents Sobriety, M 4 or ÍFORDSHinC. er Temptrance,...
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