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LL.D.
Med. D.
Mus. D. S

LL.B. LL.D.
Med. B. Med. D.
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LL.D. prius
Med. D. | A.M.

Practicans in Medicina.

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uper Cistæ Communi £3.

B.D.

with the Vice-Chancellor, which, on non-performance of the exercises, are forfeited to the University Chest: D.D.

Opponency (each). £1 0 0 Sermon £2 00 Clerum

10 0 0 Act 36 0 0 Determination

2 0 0 Opponency (each)

1 0 0 Clerum

10 0 0 Determination 2 0 0 Sermon

2 0 0 Act

10 00 D.D. (per Saltum) Sermon

2 0 0

Opponency (each) .... 10 46 0 0

Clerum. Act ......

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M.D.
LL.D.
Act (each)

114 10 0 Act (each).........

24 0 0
Opponency

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1 0 0

M.B.
LL.B.
Act............

1900 Act 20 0 0 Opponency

1 0 0 EXTRA FEES FOR D.D. BY ROYAL MANDATE.

£ $. d. Professor ....

17.0 Senior Proctor

1 1 0 Junior Proctor

1 1 0 Chancellor's Secretary.

2 2 0 Senior Esquire Bedell

2 2 0 Registrary

12 8 0 University Chest

1 1 0 University Servants

2 12 0 £23 14-0

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CAUTION MONEY.
The money paid on admission at each College is for
Noblemen...........

£ 50 0 0
Fellow-Commoner

25 00 Pensioner

15 00 Sizar

10 00 The Caution Money remains in the hands of the Tutor, and is not returned till a person takes his name off the boards. Noblemen and Fellow-Commoners usually make a present of Plate to the College.

ADMISSION FEES. In addition to the Caution, every Student on admission, or coming into residence, makes a payment, differing at different Colleges.

MATRICULATION FEES. By Graces of the Senate, it has been decreed that the Matriculation fees paid to the Registrary should be as follows: Noblemen............... .£16 0 0 Pensioner

5 10 0 Fellow-Commoner ........ 11 0 0 Sizar........

15 0 I Lib. Stat. p. 498,

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The above sums include fees to the University Chest, feest the Registrary, and tax to Government.

On occasion of an extra Matriculation each person pays 108 in addition.

COLLEGE PAYMENTS. In each College a quarterly payment is made by each Membe of it, according to his degree and condition, on a scale whic differs slightly in the several Colleges.

This payment includes the small annual contributions made t the University. These payments may be compounded for in severa Colleges, subsequent to the degrees D.D., LL.D., M.D., B.D. an M.A.

TUITION. The quarterly payments of persons in statu pupillari in every College, are the following: Noblemen..................£10 0 0 Bachelor Fellow-ComFellow-Commoner........ 5 0 0

.£2 0 0 Pensioner ...................

2 10 0 Bachelor of Arts......... 1 0 0 Sizar.........

0 15 0

moner ......

FEES FOR EXERCISES. All persons keeping Acts in Divinity, the Civil Law, or Physic pay to the Marshal 88.6d.; and all Candidates for B.D. or Ď.D on preaching at St Mary's pay to the Clerk for the English Sermon 18. 6d., and for the Clerum 4s.

Students in Arts make a payment to the Moderator's men.

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The following Table of AVERAGE EXPENSE, regularly incurrei

by the STUDENT, is calculated for one of the Colleges. The

dífference is not much at any other College. Annual.

£ Tuition......

10 0 0 Rooms, Rent ....

10 0 0 Attendance, Assessed Taxes, &C.......

6 5 0 Coals

3 10 0 College Payments

5 7 4 Cost of Living.

Breakfast, Dinner, and Tea, at 16s. 6d. a week,

for 25 weeks, making the average 3 Terms'
residence in the year

20 12 6 Laundress....

5 8 0 Amount £61 2 10

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Rent of Rooms varies in the several Colleges from £4. to £30. Price of Lodgings—86. to 28s. per week: the most frequent Payment is 148. or 168.; and Half-Price is paid in Vacations. Entertainment in Rooms, Attendance of a Gyp, Orders in the Hall, are extra and optional. Private Tuition is for the most part £14., or £7. a Term. Personal Expenses and Tradesmen's Bills are independent of the place : they are paid by the Student himself, or through the Tutor, as may be found expedient.

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