The Register of Admissions to Gray's Inn, 1521-1889

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Priv. print. by the Hansard Pub. Union, 1889 - Lawyers - 580 pages
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Page iii - and for that cause it was, not “for nought, that our antient Governors in this land, did with a special foresight and “Wisdom, provide, that none should be admitted into the Houses of Court, being “Seminaries, sending forth men apt to the Government of Justice, except he were a “gentleman of blood.
Page iii - Nobleness of blood, joyned with virtue, compteth the person as “most meet to the enterprizing of any publick service; and for that cause it was, not “for nought, that our antient Governors in this land, did with a special foresight and “Wisdom, provide, that none should be admitted into the Houses of Court, being “Seminaries, sending forth men apt to the Government of Justice, except he were a “gentleman of blood.
Page 522 - the Honors' Schools of Theology, Oxford, 1875, but resigned without acting. Archdeacon of Middlesex, 1875. Select Preacher in the University of Cambridge, 1878 and 1879. [BA 1836. MA 1840. BD 1845. B. and DCL 1846. DD of the University of the South, Tennessee, 1884.] DR. ALFRED THEOPHILUS
Page 522 - of St. Paul's, 1860-1875. Grinfield Lecturer in the Septuagint in the University of Oxford (for two years), June, 1865. Reappointed Grinfield Lecturer (for two years), June, 1867. Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of London, 1870. Boyle Lecturer, 1871-1873. Classical Examiner¿ Indian Civil Service,
Page 522 - Vicar of Helidon, Northamptonshire, 1839, but resigned it. in the same year. College Logic Lecturer, 1839-1842. Examiner for the Hertford Latin Scholarship at Oxford in 1842 and
Page 522 - Governor of Repton School, 1874 ; of Aldenham School, 1875 ; of St. Paul's School, 1876 ; of Highgate School, 1876. Appointed Examiner
Page iv - for the interest he has taken in this work, and for the
Page 125 - JOHN MOLYNEUX, Esq., cousin and heir of Edmund Molyneux, Knight, [one of the Judges of the Common Pleas.

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