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Side 8 - Doctrine of the Greek Article applied to the Criticism and Illustration of the New Testament.
Side 277 - THIS noble and magnificent College, the Mastership of which is in the appointment of the Crown, was originally endowed by King HENRY VIII. and afterwards augmented by his daughter Queen MARY, for the maintenance of a Master, sixty Fellows, and sixty-nine Scholars. The government of the College is vested in the Master and the eight senior Fellows; and to such of these as are absent, the resident Fellows next in seniority succeed as deputies, without any express appointment.
Side 1 - The Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Cambridge." The frame of this little commonwealth standeth upon the union of seventeen colleges, or societies, devoted to the study of learning and knowledge, and for the better service of the Church and State. All these...
Side 1 - OF THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY was established November the 15th, 1819, for the purpose of promoting scientific enquiries, and of facilitating the communication of facts connected with the advancement of Philosophy and Natural History ; and became a Body Corporate by virtue of a CHARTER granted by His late Majesty King WILLIAM the Fourth.
Side 44 - Term, and each candidate is to send his exercise privately to the Vice-Chancellor, on or before the 31st of March, in the same manner as the exercises for the Chancellor's Medal. These prizes, confined until 1827 to Senior and Middle Bachelors, were established by the Hon.
Side 244 - Dr Porteus, late Bishop of London, in 1807 transferred stock to the amount of £1200; the interest of which is to be expended in the purchase of three gold medals, to be contended for...
Side 61 - Arabic, or both of them, shall decline or be prevented from examining, a deputy or deputies shall be appointed by grace of the Senate. 6. That if it shall happen at any time, that two of the offices severally constituting electors are united in the same person, the deputy for the elector in respect of one of the...
Side 1 - All these colleges*, or halls, have been founded since the beginning of the reign of King Edward It and are maintained by the endowments of their several founders and benefactors. Each college is a body corporate, bound by its own statutes ; but is likewise controlled by the paramount laws of the University. The present University Statutes were given by Queen Elizabeth, and, with former privileges, were sanctioned by Parliament.
Side 1 - November the 15th, 1819, for the purpose of promoting scientific inquiry, and of facilitating the communication of facts connected with the advancement of Philosophy and Natural History ; and became a Body Corporate by virtue of a CHARTER granted by His late Majesty King WILLIAM the Fourth. This Charter, bearing date the 3d day of August, 1832, was formally accepted by the Society at a general Meeting held after due notice for that express purpose, Nov. 6th, 1832. ABSTRACT OF THE LAWS PRESCRIBED...
Side 54 - 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.