The Cambridge University Calendar

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Benjamin Flower, 1831

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Page 22 - A course of Lectures, containing a description and systematic arrangement of the several branches of Divinity, accompanied with an account both of the principal authors, and of the progress which has been made at different periods, in Theological learning.
Page 323 - The foundation estate of Lord Audley consists of the impropriate parsonage of St Catharine Cree Church, in London; and also a considerable part of the city, anciently called Covent Garden Christ Church. ANNUAL PRIZES. BOOKS to the amount of five or six guineas are given to the best proficient in each of the three years, at the annual examination in Classics and Mathematics. * In the gift of the Haberdashers...
Page 63 - SMITH'S PRIZEMEN. THE Rev. ROBERT SMITH, DD late Master of Trinity college, left two annual prizes of £25. each, to two commencing Bachelors of Arts, the best proficients in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.
Page 5 - He must, by an order made in 1587, be the head of some college ; and during his continuance in office he acts as a magistrate for the university and county.
Page 54 - MA; — and the other two are open to all Undergraduates who shall have resided not less than seven terms at the time when the exercises are to be sent in. The subjects...
Page 182 - Deightons' shop on the Thursday preceding the examination day, which is always on the Monday after Plough Monday. On the Monday morning, a little before eight* o'clock, the Students enter the Senate-House, preceded by a Master of Arts, who, on this occasion, is styled the Father of the college to which he belongs.
Page 5 - The executive branch of the University is committed to the following officers:— A CHANCELLOR, who is the head of the whole University, and presides over all cases relative to that body.
Page 397 - If a solid angle be contained by three plane angles, any two of them are greater than the third.
Page 23 - Analysis of the Civil Law. In which a comparison is occasionally made between the Roman Laws and those of England. A new Edition, with alterations and additions, being the heads of a Course of Lectures publicly delivered in the University of Cambridge, by .TW GELDART, LL.D. 8vo. bds. 8S. 6d ; interleaved, 10s. 6d. ;_double interleaved, 12».
Page 70 - Scholar shall have been entered nine years at the College to which he first belonged, or shall have obtained any Ecclesiastical benefice or preferment, excepting he is a Fellow of some one College, his right to this legacy shall then cease and determine.

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