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ANNUAL PRIZES annum appointed Archdeacon B. D. Joh Bachelors of Arts Barker Bedells Bene’t Bewick Bridge Brown Bursar Caius Camb Candidates Cath Chancellor Charles Clare Hall Clare Hall Fees Clarke Counties Davies Dean degree Divinity Edward elected Eman Epigrams Farish Fellow Commoner Fellowships founded Francis Frere George given Greek Ode guineas Henry Isaac Milner James John John Whiteley John's Jones Joseph junior junior Optimes Kent King's King’s Late Tutor Latin Ode Lectures LL.B LL.D Lloyd Lord Bishop M. A. Caius M. A. Joh M.A. Trin Master of Arts Members Moderators Norfolk Norwich PATRONAGE Pemb Pemberton Peter-House plane PRESENT SOCIETY Professor Queen's Queen’s Richard Richard Beadon Robert Robert Woodhouse Samuel Samuel Vince Scholars Scholarships Senior Optimes Sizar Smith Statutes tenable Thomas Trinity Hall Tutor of Trinity Vice-Chancellor William William Farish Wilson Wranglers
Seite 58 - SEATONIAN PRIZE. THE Rev. THOMAS SEATON, MA, late Fellow of Clare Hall, bequeathed to the 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.
Seite 63 - 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.
Seite 139 - The Master is elected by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, and the Masters of St John's and Clare Hall, from among those who are or have been Professors or Fellows. The electors to the Professorships are the same as to the Mastership, with the addition of the Master.
Seite 188 - Laws must be of five years standing from the degree of LL. B. or a Master of Arts of seven years standing. — The exercises are two acts, and one opponency. A Bachelor of Physic must keep the greater part of nine several terms, and may be admitted any time in his sixth year. — The exercise is one act, and one opponency. A Doctor of Physic is bound to the same regulations as LL. D. A Licentiate in Medicine is required to be MA or MB of two years standing.
Seite 31 - These he puts in motion by a water wheel or a steam-engine, in such a way, as to make them in general do the actual work of the real machines, on a small scale ; and he explains at the same time, the chemical and philosophical principles, on which the various processes of the arts exhibited depend.
Seite 45 - Trustees for this benefaction) or any two of them, seem best or most proper to deserve or require an answer, .whether the same be ancient or modern objections, but chiefly such as are most modern, and especially such as have appeared in the English language of late years against Christianity, and which may not seem to have received a full and sufficient answer, if any such...
Seite 45 - Christian or revealed religion, or against the religion of nature, as may, in the opinion of the trustees, or any two of them, seem best or most proper to deserve or require an answer, whether the same be ancient or modern objections, but chiefly such as are most modern, and especially such as have appeared in the ] English language of late years against Christianity, and which may not seem to have received a full and sufficient answer, if any such...
Seite 32 - He explains in general the nature of Machinery: the moving powers, such as Water-wheels, Windmills, and particularly the agency of Steam, which is the great cause of the modern improvement and extension of manufactures.
Seite 65 - BROWNE'S SCHOLARS. SIR WILLIAM BROWNE, Knt. MD left a perpetual rent charge of £21. per annum, upon sundry estates for founding a Scholarship, to be paid clear of taxes and disbursements, to the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University. A candidate for this Scholarship must offer himself for examination within a year from his matriculation ; public notice being given by the Vice-Chancellor a month before such election. The Scholarship, with all the arrears which may happen by vacancy,...