The Architectural History of the University of Cambridge, and of the Colleges of Cambridge and Eton, Band 1

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University Press, 1886
 

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Seite i - THE ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE AND OF THE COLLEGES OF CAMBRIDGE AND ETON, by the late ROBERT WILLIS, MA FRS, Jacksonian Professor in the University of Cambridge.
Seite 460 - ... many other things of necessity and beauty) at the charge of setting up in it two rows of pillars, on which he caused to be choicely drawn, the pictures of divers of the most famous Greek and Latin historians, poets, and orators : persuading them not to neglect rhetoric, because almighty God has left mankind affections to be wrought upon : and he would often say, That none despised eloquence, but such dull souls as were not capable of it.
Seite cxv - Cantabrigia Depicta ; a series of Engravings representing the most picturesque and interesting Edifices in the University of Cambridge, with an historical and descriptive account of each.
Seite xxxvi - He borrowed from the monastic institutions the idea of an aggregate body living by common rule, under a common head, provided with all things needful for a corporate and perpetual life, fed by its secured endowments, and fenced from all external interference except that of its lawful patron.
Seite 509 - Chappels, many of which had lien so for two or three hundred years together, not regarding the dust of our founders and predecessors, who likely were buried there ; compelled us by armed Souldiers to pay forty shillings a Colledge for not mending what he had spoyled and defaced, or forthwith to go to...
Seite 301 - EXCEPT the Lord build the house : their labour is but lost that build it.
Seite xxxvi - ... unless he had received their sanction, which could only be granted after trial of his ability. The test applied consisted of examinations and public disputations; the sanction assumed the form of a public ceremony and the name of a degree: and the teachers or doctors so elected or created carried out their office of instruction by lecturing in the public schools to the students, who, desirous of hearing them, took up their residence in the place wherein the University was located. The degree...
Seite 377 - Executours and Surueour -or Surueours in the vertue of the aspercion of Christes blessed blode and of his peyneful passion that they hauyng god and myne entent oonly before their eyen, not lettyng for drede or fauour of any...
Seite lxxviii - ... for the erection of a new college in the University of Cambridge, to be called the " Lady Frances Sidney Sussex College...
Seite cxxii - DUKE of CAMBRIDGE. His Royal Highness the DUKE of GLOUCESTER, Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. His Royal Highness PRINCE LEOPOLD of SAXE COBURG. His Grace the LORD ARCHBISHOP of CANTERBURY.

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