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" FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger sons of the nobility, or young men of fortune, and have the privilege of dining at the Fellows' table, from whence the appellation possibly originated. "
Register - Page 7
by University of Cambridge, Sir Thomas Gery Cullum - 1849
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University of Cambridge, Sir Thomas Gery Cullum - 1802
...Under-graduates Fellow Commoners. 7th. FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger sons of the Nohility, or young men of fortune, and have the privilege of dining at the Fellows' tahle, from whence the appellation possihly originated. Their Academical hahits arc ornamented with...
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New Cambridge Guide; Or, A Description of the University, Town, and County ...

Education - 1804 - 130 pages
...been, while Under-graduates, Fellow Commoitirs. 7. FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger fons of the Nobility, or young men of fortune, and have...at the Fellows' table, from whence the appellation poffibly originated. They are diftinguifhed from the Penjioaert and Scholars by their drefs, which...
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University of Cambridge, Sir Thomas Gery Cullum - 1805
...Ifc. ,with< the Fellows. 7th. FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger sons of the Nohility, or young men of fortune, and have the privilege of...at the Fellows' table, from whence the appellation possibly originated. . ฐ • . •. SB„ v "..: '. J~.!w. i; - iir... •,.•:'•; . 8th. PENSIONERS...
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University of Cambridge, Sir Thomas Gery Cullum - 1818
...COMMONERS, from the privilege of their being allowed to dine, &c. with the Fellows. 7th. FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger sons of the nobility,...at the Fellows' table, from whence the appellation possibly originated. 8th. PENSIONERS and SCHOLARS pay for their respective commons, rooms, &c. but...
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The stranger's companion through the university and town of Cambridge

Education - 1824
...Commoners, from the privilege •of being allowed to dine, &c. with the Fellows. 7. FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger sons of the nobility, or young men of fortune, — have the privilege ซf dining at the Fellows' table, from whence the appellation probably originated....
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The stranger's companion; forming a complete guide through the university ...

1825
...Commoners, from the privilege of being allowed to dine, &c. with the Fellows. c3 17 FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger sons of the nobility, or young men of fortune, — have the privilege of dining at the Fellows' table, from whence the appellation probably originated....
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University of Cambridge, Sir Thomas Gery Cullum - 1830
...Commoners, from the privilege of their being allowed to dine, &c. with the Fellows. 7. FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger sons of the nobility,...at the Fellows' table, from whence the appellation possibly originated. 8. PENSIONERS and SCHOLARS pay for their respective commons, rooms, &c. but the...
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The Cambridge guide, or A description of the university and town of Cambridge

1830
...the Fellows. UNDERGRADUATES, or STUDENTS, being, 1. FELLOW COMMONERS, who are gent rally the youuger sons of the nobility, or young men of fortune, and have the privilege of dining at the Fellow's table, from whence the appellation possibly originated. 2. PENSIONERS, who are usually sons...
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University of Cambridge, Sir Thomas Gery Cullum - 1830
...Commoners, from the privilege of being allowed to dine, &c., with the Fellows. 7. FELLOW COMMONERS, who are generally the younger sons of the nobility,...at the Fellows' table, from whence the appellation possibly originated. ซ. PENSIONERS and SCHOLARS pay for their respective commons, rooms, &c. ; but...
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A report made to the Board of trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, at ...

Philip Houlbrooke Nicklin - Education - 1834 - 40 pages
...bachelor commoners, from the privilege allowed them of dining with the fellows. 7. Fellow-commoners, who are generally the younger sons of the nobility,...of fortune, and have the privilege of dining at the table of the fellows, whence their appellation. 8. Pensioners and scholars pay for their commons, rooms,...
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