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Late and present Wardens of New College. 1764. Thomas Hayward, LL.D. 1768. John Oglander, D.D.
Late and Present Wardens of Wadham College, 1777: James Gerard, D. D. 1783. John Wills, D. D.
Late and present Presidents of Trinity College. 1731. George Huddesford, D.D. 1776. Joseph Chapman, D.D.
Late and present Masters of Baliol College, 1727. Theophilus Leigh, D. Di 1785. John Davey, D.D.
Late and present Presidents of St. John's College: 1758. Thomas Fry, D.D. 1772. Samuel Dennis, D.D.
Late and present Provosts of Worcester College. 1736. William Gower, D.D. 1777. William Sheffield, D.D..
Late and present Rectors of Exeter College 1772. Thomas Bray, D.D.'1 1785. Thomas Stinton, D.D.
Late and present. Principals of Jesus College. 1763. Humphrey Owen, D. D: 1768. Joseph Hoare, D.D.
Late and prefent Rectors of Lincoln College, 1784. John Horner, D.D.
Late and present Provosts of Oriel College. 1768. John Clark, D.D. 1982. Yohn Eveleigh, D. D. Lateand presentPresidents of Corpus Christi College. 1748. Thomas Randolph, D.D. 1783. John Cooke, D. D).
Late and present Wardens of Merton College. 1750. Yohn Robinson, D. D. 1759. Henry Barton, D. D.
Late and present Deans of Christ Church. 1777. Lewis Bagot, LL. D. 1783. Cyril Jackson, D.D.
Late and present Masters of Pembroke College. 1775. William Adams, D.D. 1788. William Sergrove, D. D.
Late and present Principals of Alban Hall. 1736. Robert Leyborne, D. D. 1759. Francis Randolph, D, D.
Late and present Principals of Edmund Hall, 1760. George Dixon, D. D. 3787. William Dowson, D.D.
Late and present Principals of St. Mary Hall. 1719. William King, LL. D. 1764. Thomas Nowell, D.D.
Late and prefent Principals of New Inn Hall, 1761. William Blackstone, LL.D. 1767. Robert Chambers, LL, B.
Late and present Principals of Magdalen Hall, 1787. Matthew Lamb, D.D, 1788. Henry Ford, LL.D.
The Late and Present
Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors,
WITH THE PRESENT
Representatives in Parliament, Professors, &c.
CHANCELLORS. 1762. GEO. HENRÝ Earl of LITCHFIELD. 1772. FREDERICK Lord NORTH.
HIGH STEWARDS. 1767. Edward Leigh, Lord Leigh. 1786. William, Earl of Dartmouth.
VICE-CHANCELLORS. 1784. The Rev. Joseph Chapman, D.D. President
of Trinity College. 1788. The Rev. John Cooke, D. D. President of
Corpus Christi College.
Present Representatives in Parliament. Sir William Dolben, Bart, of Thingdon, Northamp
tonshire, Francis Page, Esq; of Middle Afton, in the County
Regius Professor of Divinity.
Margaret Professor of Divinity.
Regius Professor of Hebrew.
Regius Professor of Greek.
Regius Professor of Civil Law.
Vinerian Professor of Common Law.
Regius Professor of Physici
Regius Profeffor of Modern History.
Savilian Professor of Astronomy.
Savilian Professor of Geometry.
Profeffor of Natural Philofophy.
Professor of History.
Lord Litchfield's Clinical Profeffor,
Praelector in Anatomy.
Profeffor of Botany.
(90) Archbishop Laud's Professor of Arabic. Rev. Joseph White, D.D. of Wadham College.
Lord Almoner's Prælector in Arabic.
Professor of Poetry.
Professor of Music.
Public Orator. · William Crowe, B. C. L. of New College.
Radcliffe's Librarian. Rev. Tho. Hornsby, D.D. of Corpus Christi Coll.
Registrar of the University. Rev. Samuel Forster, LL. D. of Wadham College.
Keeper of the Bodleian Library. Rev. John Price, B. D. of Jesus College.
Keeper of the Athimolean Museum. Rev. William Sheffield, D. D. of Worcester College,
Keeper of the Archives. Hon. Thomas Wenman, D.C.L. of All Souls Coll.
University Officers Esquire 7
James Matthews, M. A. of Divinity. Bedels.
Robert Eyton, M. A. of Physic and Arts,
Mr. Robert Bliss, of Divinity.
Mr. John Stevens, of Phyfic and Arts.
Mr. William Matthews, of Law