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" No person shall be received as a candidate without the consent of the Head of his College or Hall, or the consent of the Vicegerent in the absence of the said Head; and such consent, as well as the standing of the candidate... "
statuta universitatis oxoniensis - Page 146
by E TYPOGRAPHEO CLARENDONIANO - 1885
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British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 25

1844
...he affixed to the door of the Convocation House and to the Buttery door in each college and hall. X. No person shall be received as a candidate without...consent of the vicegerent, in the absence of the said bead | and such consent, as well as the standing of the candidate, being expressed in writing and signed...
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The English journal of education, ed. by G. Moody, Volume 2

George Moody - 1844
...affixed to the door of the convocation house, and to the buttery door in each college and hall. X. No person shall be received as a candidate without...head of his college or hall, or the consent of the vice-gereut in the absence of the said head ; and such consent, as well the standing of the candidate,...
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Parecbolę, sive Excerpta č corpore statutorum universitatis Oxoniensis ...

Oxford univ, statutes [selected eds.] - 1845
...Oxford, who shall not have exceeded their sixteenth Term from their matriculation inclusively. III. No person shall be received as a Candidate without...of the Vicegerent in the absence of the said Head. And such consent, as well as the standing of the Candidate, shall be expressed in writing, and signed...
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Statuta Universitatis Oxoniensis

University of Oxford - 1857
...Oxford, who shall not have exceeded their sixtenth Term from their matriculation inclusively. III. No person shall be received as a candidate without...of the Vicegerent in the absence of the said Head. And such consent, as well as the standing of the candidate, shall be expressed in writing, and signed...
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STATUTA UNIVERSITATIS OXONIENSIS

alexandrum macmillan - 1877
...so appointed cannot agree shall be referred to the Vice-Chancellor, and his decision shall be final. No person shall be received as a Candidate without the consent of the Head or Vicegerent of his College or Hall or of the Censors of Unattached Students, or, if not already a...
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statuta universitatis oxoniensis

henry frowde - 1882
...so appointed cannot agree shall be referred to the Vice-Chancellor, and his decision shall be final. No person shall be received as a Candidate without the consent of the Ifead or Vicegerent of his College or Hall or of the Censors of Unattached Students, or, if not already...
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Statuta Universitatis Oxoniensis

e typographeo clarendoniano - 1884
...appointed cannot agree shall be referred to the Vice-Chancellor, and his decisions shall be final. No person shall be received as a Candidate without the consent of the Head or Vicegerent of his College or Hall or of the Censors of Unattached Students, or, if not already a...
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Statuta Universitatis Oxoniensis

Universities and colleges - 1890 - 412 pages
...appointed cannot agree shall be referred to the Vice-Chancellor, and his decisions shall be final. No person shall be received as a Candidate without the consent of the Head or Vicegerent of his College or Hall or of the Censors of Unattached Students, or, if not already a...
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Endowments of the University of Cambridge

John Willis Clark - 1904 - 669 pages
...all persons seeking to become candidates. No person already a member of the University of Cambridge shall be received as a candidate without the consent of the Head or Vicegerent of his College or Hall or of the Censor of Non Collegiate Students and no person not...
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Statuta Universitatis oxoniensis

University of Oxford - 1907 - 636 pages
...of all persons seeking to become Candidates. No person already a member of the University of Oxford shall be received as a Candidate without the consent of the Head or Vicegerent of his College or Hall, or of the Censor of non-Collegiate Students, and no person not...
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