statuta universitatis oxoniensis

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Of the Teacher of Hindustani
75
Of Boards of Faculties
83
How many years passed in the study of Arts and what Exercises are required for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts
88
A Of Responsions I Of the subjects and method of Responsions
89
Of the admission of Candidates and the order of the Examination
90
Of an Examination to be held in lieu of Responsions
91
B Of the First Public Examination I 1 Of the subjects and method of the First Public Examination
92
On the admission of Candidates and the order of the Examination
96
Of the Second Public Examination I Of the several parts of the Second Public Examination
101
Of the Examination in the Rudiments of Faith and Religion
102
Of the Examination of Candidates who do not seek Honours
103
Of the Honour School of Literae Humaniores
105
Of the Honour School of Mathematics
106
Of the Honour School of Jurisprudence
108
Of the Honour School of Theology
109
Of the admission of Candidates and the order of the Examination
110
Of the appointment of Masters of the Schools Moderators and Public Examiners I Of the appointment of Masters of the Schools
116
Of the appointment of Moderators
117
Of the appointment of Public Examiners
118
Of the supply of Vacancies
119
Of the removal of Examiners for misconduct
120
Of the Lists to be sent to the Senior Examiner
121
Of the change of days and hours by the House of Congregation
122
Of the Assessors to the Examiners
124
Be tempore et exeroitiis requisitis ad gradum
127
De tempore et exercitiis requisitis ad gradus
133
TITULTJS VII
143
TITULUS VIII
152
Conditional prnvise ad petitionem gratia e ex parte supplicis
159
Formulae supplicationum
165
Formula declarationis ab admittendis ad publicam bibliothecam
169
TITULUS X
178
Regulations under which Statutes are to be submitted
187
CONCERNING CERTAIN DELEGACIES
192
TITULUS XIV
198
TITULUS XVI
208

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