Statuta Universitatis oxoniensis

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Clarendoniano, 1907 - 636 pages
 

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Page 266 - Ireland, as therein set forth, to be agreeable to the Word of God ; and in public prayer and administration of the sacraments, I will use the form in the said book prescribed, and none other, except so far as shall be ordered by lawful authority.
Page 486 - ... appoint a substitute or substitutes, being in like manner a graduate or graduates of the University of the same rank at least as mentioned in the last clause, and being approved by the other judges or judge. 5. The Marquis of Lothian and his successors in the estate so charged with the said annuity as aforesaid shall on each occasion be made acquainted with the subject of the proposed essay, and shall subsequently receive a copy of the essay to which the prize is awarded, with the name of the...
Page 26 - The status and privileges of a Senior Student shall be as follows : — (a) The Term in which he is matriculated shall be reckoned, for the purposes of any provisions respecting the standing of members of the University, as the fifth Term from his matriculation.
Page 20 - Examination. 11. Every person who, being qualified to become a Junior or Senior Student on matriculation, desires to have his name entered for an examination before he has been matriculated shall make his application to the Assistant Registrar...
Page 643 - HORACE and the ELEGIAC POETS. With a Memoir of the Author by ANDREW LANG, MA, and a Portrait. 8vo, cloth, 14*.
Page 31 - First and the Second Public Examination, but has not obtained Honours either in the First or in the Second Public Examination, shall be entitled to supplicate for the degree of Bachelor of Arts so soon as he shall have kept statutable residence for twelve Terms.
Page 27 - ... shall have obtained a place or his name shall have been placed as aegrotat in the Class List of an Honour School of the Second Public Examination ; or (ii) he shall have kept statutable residence for twelve Terms and shall have satisfied the provisions of Statt.
Page 130 - Arts and in hearing lectures for nine terms, and shall have passed two examinations, namely, the First and Second Public Examinations, at the several ' < times and subject to the conditions hereinafter set forth. A candidate who has failed to pass...
Page 6 - For diminishing the expense of University education by founding scholarships tenable by students either at any College or Hall within the University, or as unattached students, not members of any College or Hall, or by paying salaries to the teachers of such unattached students, or by otherwise encouraging such unattached students: (12) For founding and endowing scholarships, exhibitions, and prizes for encouragement of proficiency in any art or science or other branch of learning: (13) For modifying...
Page 23 - Examination and has obtained Honours either in the First or in the Second Public Examination, shall be entitled to supplicate for the Degree of Arts so- soon as he shall have kept statutable residence for eight Terms.

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