Liber Scholasticus: Or, An Account of the Fellowships, Scholarships, and Exhibitions, at the Univesities of Oxford and Cambridge ; by Whom Founded and Whether Open to Natives of England and Wales, Or Restricted to Particular Places and Persons : Also, of Such Colleges, Public Schools, Endowed Grammar Schools, Chartered Companies of the City of London, Corporate Bodies, Trustees, &c. as Have University Advantages Attached to Them Or in Their Patronage--
C.J.G. & F. Rivington, 1829 - 500 Seiten
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Seite 61 - Christ's College, the President of the College of Physicians, the Treasurer of Lincoln's Inn, the Master of the Charterhouse, and the Governors of Greenwich and Chelsea Hospitals.
Seite 376 - In the name of God, Amen! I, Charles Parkin, clerk, Rector of Oxburgh, in the county of Norfolk, being of sound and perfect mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, in manner and form...
Seite 308 - Universities for the time being ; the sum of £4. a year each to be continued until they should have time to become graduates in one of the said Universities. By an Order of the Court of Chancery, issued in the year 1820, it was directed that, in consequence of the increased rents these five Exhibitions should in future be £15.
Seite 50 - Physic. 3. That out of the net annual proceeds of Mr. Tyrwhitt's benefaction, the sum of 1501. be divided among the six scholars in the proportions hereinafter specified. 4. That the electors to these scholarships shall be the Vice-Chancellor, the Regius Professor of Hebrew, the Professor of...
Seite 46 - Scholarship, to be paid clear of taxes and disbursements, to the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars, of the University. The Scholarship, with all the arrears which may happen by vacancy, is tenable for...
Seite 47 - 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...
Seite 197 - To the finding, maintaining, and establishing for ever a free grammar-school in Boston aforesaid, and a fit master to teach, instruct, and serve in the said school for the education and instruction of boys and youths in grammar : and also for the finding two presbyters for the celebration of divine service in the parish church of Boston aforesaid ; and four poor inhabitants of the borough aforesaid, to pray there for ever for our good and prosperous state whilst we live, and after our decease, for...
Seite 50 - Civil Law or Medicine, of not less than four or more than seven years' standing, who shall be required, before they are admitted to become candidates, to produce certificates from their respective Professors, that they have kept the exercises necessary for the degree of Bachelor of Law or Physic.