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Late and present Presidents of Corpus Christi College. 1748. Thomas Randolph, D.D. 1783. John Cooke, D.D.

Late and present Wardens of Merton College. 1790. Scrope Berdmore, D. D. 1810. Peter Vaughan, D. D.

Late and present Deans of Christ Church. 1783. Cyril Jackson, D.D. 1809. Charles Henry Hall, D. D.

Late and present Masters of Pembroke College. 1796. Yohn Smith, D.D. 1809. George William Hall, D. D.

Late and present Principals of Alban Hall. 1759. Francis Randolph, D.D. 1797. Thomas Winstanley, D.D.

Late and present Principals of Edmund Hall. 1787. William Dowson, D.D. 1800. George Thompson, D.D.

Late and present Principals of St. Mary Hall. 1764. Thomas Nowell, D.D. 1801. Phineas Pett, D.D.

Late and present Principals of New Inn Hall. 1767. Robert Chambers, LL.B. 1803. James Blackstone, LL.D.

Late and present Principals of Magdalen Hall. 1787. Matthew Lamb, D.D. 1788. Henry Ford, LL.D.

THE

CHANCELLORS and VICE-CHANCELLORS

WITH THE PRESENT

REPRESENTATIVES IN PARLIAMENT,

PROFESSORS, &c.

CHANCELLORS. 1792. WILLIAM HENRY CAVENDISH BentINCK,

Duke of PORTLAND. 1809. WILLIAM WYNDHAM, BARON GREN

VILLE.

HIGH STEWARDS. 1986. William, Earl of Dartmouth. 1801. John Scott, Lord Eldon.

VICE-CHANCELLORS. 1806. The Rev. Henry Richards, D. D. Rector of <p

Exeter College. 1808. The Rev. Yohn Parsons, D.D. Master of

Balliol College.

Present Representatives in Parliament.
The Right Hon. Sir William Scott, of Doctors

Commons. The Right Hon. Charles Abbot, Palace Yard, Weft. ' minster.

PROCTORS.
Stephen Peter Rigaud, M. A. Exeter College.
Rev. Henry Wbeatley, M. A. Queen's College.se

Regius Professor of Divinity.
William Howley, D. D. Canon of Christ Church.

Margaret

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Margaret Professor of Divinity.
Rev. Sept. Collinson, D.D. Prov. of Queen's Coll.

Regius Professor of Hebrew.
Rev. Joseph White, D. D. Canon of Christ Ch.

Regius Professor of Greek.
Rev. William Jackson, D. D. Canon of Ch. Ch.

Regius Professor of Civil Law.
Joseph Phillimore, LL. D. Student of Ch. Ch.

Vinerian Professor of Common Law.
James Blackstone, LL. D. of New Inn Hall.

Regius Professor of Phyfic.
Sir Christopher Pegge, M. D. of Chrift Church.

Professor of Modern History.
Rev. Henry Beeke, D.D. of Oriel College.

Savilian Professor of Astronomy.
Rev. Abram Robertson, D. D. of Christ Church.

Savilian Professor of Geometry.
Stephen Peter Rigaud, M. A. of Exeter College.

Professor of Natural Philofophy. Rev. George Cooke, M. A. of Corpus Christi Coll.

- Professor of History. Rev. Thomas Winstanley, D.D. Prin. of Alban Hall.

Lord Litchfield's Clinical Professor. Martin Wall, M. D. of New College.

Aldrichian Professor of Phyfic. Robert Bourne, M. D. of Worcester College.

Aldrichian Professor of Chemistry, John Kidd, M. D. of Christ Church.

Aldrichian Professor of Anatomy..
Sir Christopher Pegge, M. D. of Christ Church.

Professor of Botany.
George Williams, M.D. of Corpus Christi Coll.

Archbishop Archbishop Laud's Professor of Arabic. Rev. Joseph White, D. D. Canon of Ch. Ch.

Lord Almoner's Prælector in Arabic.
Rev. Henry Ford, LL.D. of Magdalen Hall.

Professor of Poetry.
Rev, Edward Copleston, M. A. of Oriel College.

Professor of Music.
William Cretch, D. M. of St. Mary Hall.

Public Orator.
William Crowe, B. C. L. of New College.

Radcliffe's Librarian.
George Williams, M. D. of Corpus Christi Coll.

. Registrar of the University.r Rev. John Gutch, M. A. of All Souls College.

Keeper of the Bodleian Library. Rev. John Price, B. D. of Trinity College.

Keeper of the Ashmolean Museum. William Lloyd, B.C.L. of Wadham College.

Keeper of the Archives. Rev. Whittington Landon, D. D. of Worcester Coll.

University Officers.

Robert Hall, B. C. L. of Divinity. Bedels.

} William Rhodes, M. A. Phyfic and Arts. | George Valentine Cox, M. A. of Law.'

Mr. Andrew Dix, of Divinity. Yeomen

Mr. John Wile, of Physic and Arts. Bedels. Mr. William Taman, of Law. Mr. William Goodenough Dodd, University Clerk. Mr. John Green, Divinity Clerk. Mr. John Green, Virger.'

PLEASANT AND EASY

TOURS FROM OXFORD

TO

BLENHEIM CASTLE, The Seat of his Grace the Duke of MARLBOROUGH:

AND

NUNEHAM,
Of Earl HARCOURT.

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