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Page 10 - The Two MEMBERS, whom the University sends to the Imperial Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, are chosen by the collective body of the Senate. The UNIVERSITY COUNSEL are appointed by Grace of the Senate, and are consulted upon various occasions. The SOLICITOR is appointed by the Vice-Chancellor. The...
Page 61 - University the rents of his Kislingbury estate, now producing clear 40. per annum, to be given yearly to that Master of Arts who shall write the best English Poem on a sacred subject. The Vice-Chancellor, the Master of Clare Hall, and the Greek Professor (who are the disposers of this premium) determine...
Page 45 - HULSE'S Will, dated July 21, 1777. THE person to be elected into such office (on Christmas Day, or within seven days after, for a term not exceeding five or six years) to be a learned and ingenious person of the degree of Master of Arts, or of Bachelor or Doctor of Divinity, of the age of 30 years, and resident in the University ; who is to compose yearly, -whilst in office, some proper and judicious answer or answers every year, to all such new and popular, or other cavils and objections, against...
Page 266 - Downing, and afterwards to other relations in succession, and in failure thereof, to build and found a College in this University, upon a plan to be approved by the two Archbishops and the Masters of St John's and Clare Colleges.
Page 76 - Porson, and appropriated to his use during his lifetime, did, by deed, bearing date the 27th November 1816, transfer to the University the sum of 400. Navy 5 per cents...
Page 67 - 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 189 - College of Physicians, The Treasurer of Lincoln's Inn, The Master of the Charterhouse, The Governors of the Royal Hospital of Chelsea and of the Royal Hospital of Greenwich, are the Electors.
Page 13 - 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, 8th.
Page 77 - TYRWHITT's HEBREW SCHOLARSHIPS. THE Rev. ROBERT TYRWHITT, MA late Fellow of Jesus college, who died in 1817, by his Will bequeathed 4000. Navy 5 per cents, for the promotion and encouragement of Hebrew learning, the mode and disposition of this bequest to be left to the University. The Senate in 1818 decreed the foundation of three Scholarships, which decree was revised in 1826, and the number increased to six...
Page 73 - Scholar elected on this foundation shall promise in writing to take the degree of BA in the most regular way. Where personal merits are equal, those are to be preferred who stand most in need of assistance. If any Scholar shall degrade or determine, and go out in a bye-term, or declare for law, or be rusticated or expelled, his Scholarship shall be ipso facto vacant.

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