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" ESQUIRE BEDELLS, whose office is to attend the ViceChancellor, whom they precede with their silver maces upon all public occasions and solemnities; to... "
Our Schools and Colleges ... - Page 39
by Frederick Shirley Dumaresq de Carteret-Bisson - 1884
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Register

University of Cambridge - 1830
...but in the other parts of the Proctors' office they have not any concern or controul. Three ESQUIRE BEDELLS, whose office is to attend the Vice-Chancellor,...maces upon all public occasions and solemnities. To attend the Doctors present in the Regent House, by bringing them to open scrutiny, there to deliver...
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The Cambridge guide, or A description of the university and town of Cambridge

Cambridge (England) - 1830
...disputations in philosophy, and the examinations for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. THBEE ESQUIRE BEDELLS, whose office is to attend the Vice-Chancellor,...silver maces upon all public occasions and solemnities. Besides these there are the UNIVERSITY PRINTER, the LIBRARY KEEPER, the UNDER LIBRARY KEEPER, the SCHOOL...
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Register

University of Cambridge - 1831
...but in the other parts of the Proctors' office they have not any concern, or control. Three ESQUIRE BEDELLS, whose office is to attend the Vice-Chancellor,...maces upon all public occasions and solemnities. To attend the Doctors present in the Regent House, by bringing them to open scrutiny, there to deliver...
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A Report Made to the Board of Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, at ...

Philip Houlbrooke Nicklin - Universities and colleges - 1834 - 40 pages
...examinations for the degree of BA Three ESQUIRE BEDELLS, whose office is to attend the vice chancellor, whom they precede with their silver maces upon all public occasions and solemnities. To attend the doctors present in the regent house, by bringing them to open scrutiny, there to deliver...
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The Cambridge Guide: Including Historical and Architectural Notices of the ...

Cambridge (England) - 1837 - 272 pages
...disputations in philosophy, and the examinations for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. THREE ESQUIRE BEDELLS, whose office is to attend the Vice-Chancellor,...with their silver maces upon all public occasions. Besides these there are the UNIVERSITY PRINTER, theLiBRARY KEEPER, the UNDER LIBRARY KEEPER, the SCHOOL...
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The Cambridge guide, or A description of the university and town of Cambridge

1838
...disputations in philosophy, and the examinations for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. THREE ESQUIRE BEDELLS, whose office is to attend* the Vice-Chancellor,...with their silver maces upon all public occasions. Besides these there are the UNIVERSITY PRINTER, theLiBRARY KEEPER, the UNDER LIBRARY KEEPER, the SCHOOL...
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The American Quarterly Register, Volume 12

Clergy - 1840
...of their duty which relates to discipline, but in nothing else. Three ESO.DIRE BEDELLS attend upon the vice-chancellor, whom they precede with their silver maces upon all public occasions. They have also duties connected with the professors, elections, summoning to meetings, etc. The REGISTRAR,...
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The Pictorial Guide to Cambridge: Containing Descriptions of Its Colleges ...

Cambridge, Town of. [Appendix.] - Cambridge (England) - 1847 - 54 pages
...the other parts of the proctor's office they have not any concern or control. Three Esquire Bedels, whose office is to attend the vice-chancellor, whom...maces upon all public occasions and solemnities; to attend the doctors present in the regent house, by bringing them to open scrutiny, there to deliver...
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Memorials of Cambridge: A Series of Views of the Colleges, Halls ..., Volume 2

Thomas Wright, Harry Longueville Jones - Cambridge (England) - 1847
...the other parts of the proctors' office they have not any concern or control. Three ESQUIRE BEDELS, whose office is to attend the vice-chancellor, whom...maces upon all public occasions and solemnities; to attend the doctors present in the regent house, by bringing them to open scrutiny, there to deliver...
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Register

University of Cambridge - 1849
...have not any concern, or control. THREE ESQUIRE BEDELLS, whose office is to attend the VieeChancellor, whom they precede with their silver maces upon all public occasions and solemnities; to attend the Doctors present in the Regent House, by bringing them to open scrutiny, there to deliver...
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