An Account of the Different Ceremonies Observed in the Senate House of the University of Cambridge: Together with Tables of Fees, Modes of Electing Officers, &c. Forms of Proceeding to Degrees, and Other Articles Relating to the Customs of the University of Cambridge

John Burges ... and sold by John Deighton, 1798 - 376 pages
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Page 158 - I will conform to the Liturgy of the Church of England, as it is now by law established.
Page 256 - With this shall be struck Two Gold Medals of Five Guineas Value, and sent to the Vice-chancellor of Cambridge annually in the beginning of January, to be given by Him at the following Commencement, to Two Under-graduates : one of whom shall deliver to Him, in June before, the best Greek Ode, in imitation of Sappho ; the other the best Latin Ode in imitation of Horace, on a Subject to be appointed by Him, in January before. Which Odes shall be fairly written, dated, and subscribed by the Authors in...
Page 225 - Which three persons aforesaid shall give out a subject, which subject shall, for the first year be one or other of the perfections or attributes of the Supreme Being, and...
Page 264 - And in One Lord, Jefus Chrift, the only begotten Son of God, Begotten of his Father before all Worlds, God of God, Light of Light, Very God of very God, Begotten not made...
Page 225 - Poem was ordained to be always in Englifh. and to be printed; the Expence of which fhould be deducted out of the Product of the Eftate, and the Refidue given as a reward for the Compofer of the Poem, Ode, or Copy of Verfes.
Page 239 - Latin profe; which are to be read publicly by them, on a day to be appointed near the commencement by the ViceChancellor. Each candidate fends his exercife privately, and without his name, and not in his own hand, but revifed and pointed by himfelf, to the Vice-ChancelJor, with fome Latin verfe upon it ; and he, at the fame.
Page 33 - I, AB, do declare that I will conform to the liturgy of the Church of England, as by law established...
Page 256 - MDCXCII ; on the reverse, Apollo radiated, seated on an advanced throne, resting his lyre on his left knee with his left hand, and extending his right hand with a laurel wreath over the head of a Scholar, with a gown and band, kneeling on the steps, and...
Page 366 - Veniat regnum tuum : fiat voluntas tua,ficut in coelo, ita etiam in terra. Panem noftrum quotidianum da nobis hodie. Et remitte nobis debita noftra, ficut & remittimus debitoribus noftris. Et ne nos inducas in tentationem, fed libera nos ab illo malo. AMEN.
Page 269 - But when the fulnefs of the time was come, God fent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, to redeem them that were under the law, § that we might receive the adoption of fons.

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