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" From hence it comes to pass, that pupils of this rank are excused from all public exercises, and allowed to absent themselves at pleasure from the private lectures in their tutors' rooms, as often as they have made a party for hunting, or an engagement... "
The History of Pompey the Little: Or, The Life and Adventures of a Lap-dog - Page 256
by Francis Coventry - 1761 - 291 pages
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A Day in Vacation at College. A Burlesque Poem

William Dodd - 1751 - 22 pages
...from all public Exercifes, and allowed to ' ablent themfelves at Pleafure from the private Lectures in their Tutors ' Rooms, as often as they have made a Party for Hunting, or an Engage' ment at the Tennis-court, or are not well recovered from their Evening's ' Debauch. And whilft...
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Poems

William Dodd - 1767 - 271 pages
...from all public exercifes, and allowed to abfent them• felves at pleafure from the private lectures in their tutors rooms, ' as often as they have made...And whilft a poor unhappy foph, of no fortune, is of' ten expelled for the mofl trivial offences, or merely to humour the • capricious refentment of...
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Poems

William Dodd - 1767 - 271 pages
...from all public exercifes, and allowed to abfent them' felves at pleafure from the private leftures in their tutors rooms, * as often as they have made...well recovered from their evening's ' debauch. And whilit a poor unhappy foph, of no fortune, is of' ten expelled for the moft trivial offences, or merely...
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The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical ..., Volume 23

English literature - 1820
...excused from all public exercises, and allowed to absent themselves at pleasure from the private lectures in their tutors' rooms, as often as they have made...not well recovered from their evening's debauch. And whilst a poor unhappy pupil of no fortune, is often expelled for the most trifling offences, or merely...
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A History of Cambridge University Press: Volume 2, Scholarship and Commerce ...

David McKitterick - History - 1998 - 535 pages
...Exercises, and allowed to absent themselves at Pleasure from the private Lectures in their Tutor's Rooms, as often as they have made a Party for Hunting,...Tennis-court, or are not well recovered from their Evening's Debauch.62 Many of the fellows of Cambridge colleges in the eighteenth century looked either east to...
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The Best Days of Your Life

Religion - 2004 - 224 pages
...excused from all public exercises, and allowed to absent themselves at pleasure from the private lectures in their tutors' rooms, as often as they have made...not well recovered from their evening's debauch. And whilst a poor unhappy soph [second-year undergraduate], of no fortune, is often expelled for the most...
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