Return to an Address of the House of Commons of Particulars with Regard to the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge
H. Hansard and Son, 1886 - Universities and colleges - 74 pages
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Page 54 - ... or on the security of the bonds, mortgages, or debentures, or in the purchase of the debenture stock, of any railway company in Great Britain or Ireland incorporated by special Act of Parliament, and having for ten years next before the date of investment paid a dividend on its ordinary stock or shares, with power to vary the investment into or for any other such securities...
Page 15 - July. 6. Every Reader shall lecture in two at least of the three University Terms (Easter and Trinity Terms being counted together as one). His Lectures shall extend over a period not less in any Term than six weeks nor less in the whole than fourteen weeks, and shall be open to members of the University in the same manner and on the same conditions as the ordinary lectures to be delivered by Professors within the University.
Page 17 - being of " opinion that a more general and critical knowledge of the Sanskrit "language will be a means of enabling his Countrymen to proceed in "the conversion of the Natives of India to the Christian Religion, by " disseminating a knowledge of the Sacred Scriptures amonget them, " more effectually than all other means whatsoever.
Page 12 - Paschatis et S. Trinitatis pro uno reputatis ; scilicet per sex septimanas in utroque termino, et bis ad minimum in unaquaque septimana : atque insuper per sex septimanas unius alicujus termini bis ad minimum in unaquaque septimana per unius horae spatium vacet instruendis auditoribus in iis quse melius sine solennitate tradi possunt.
Page 51 - Statutes 30 and 43 framed by the Commissioners appointed under the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1877 (40 and 41 Viet.
Page 25 - ... the Vice-Chancellor, the Proctors, the Boden Professor of Sanskrit, and the Professor of Comparative Philology, to hold office for three years. 2. The Teacher shall be ready to give instruction in Telugu, and, if it shall be found needful, in Tamil, to members of the University for three hours a day during eight weeks in each Term (Easter and Trinity Terms being counted as one), and also during eight weeks in such other parts of the year, whether in or out of Term, exclusive of the months of...
Page 24 - THE Corpus Christi Professor of Jurisprudence shall lecture and give instruction on the history of laws and the comparative Jurisprudence of different nations; in addition to which he may, if he think fit, treat of the principles of laws in general, and of any other matters relevant to the subjects of his Chair which he may judge to be advisable.
Page 16 - May, 1882. 1. THE Regius Professor of Greek shall lecture and give instruction on the history and criticism of the Greek Language and Literature and on the works of classical Greek authors.
Page 9 - May, 1882. 1. THE Boden Professor of Sanskrit shall deliver lectures and give instruction on the Sanskrit Language and Literature. 2. It shall be his duty in his department not only to give instruction to Students but to assist the pursuit of knowledge and contribute to the advancement of it and aid generally the work of the University. 3. The Professor shall be elected by a Board of Electors of •whom one shall always be a person nominated on each occasion by Balliol College to act as an Elector...