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Bright, W. S., Magdalene.
Cogan, H. R., Trinity.
Bealey, S., Trinity.
Bishop, J., Caius.
Bluett, C. C, Emmanuel.
Brett, H. S., Caius.
Goodwin, J., St Cath. Hall.
Rennie, J. K.
Jebb, H, G., St John's.
May 28. Andrews, E., Caius.
Becher, J. W., Trinity.
Chattaway, T. E., Emmanuel
Dudley, J. G., St John's Duesbery, T. D. T., Trinity. Kitching, R, St. Cath Hall Robinson, C. E. R., Trinity. Sandwith, H., St Cath. Hall.
[For distinguished characters unnoticed in this and the following pages, see the list of Triposes.]
THE office of Chancellor is biennial, or tenable for such a length of time beyond two years as the tacit consent of the University may choose to allow. The election of a Chancellor must be within fourteen days after the vacancy-and is, more burgensium. At the time of election, the Vice-Chancellor, the two Proctors, and the junior D.D. present, stand in scrutiny, (in failure of the latter, the junior LL.D., and in the absence of such, the junior M.D.) and first write their votes. All members of the Senate then bring their votes written in the same form, and the Senior Proctor pronounces the election.
1688 Charles, Duke of Somerset, Trinity.
1748 Thomas-Holles, Duke of Newcastle, Clare-Hall.
1768 Augustus-Henry, Duke of Grafton, M.A. St Peter's.
1811 His Royal Highness William-Frederick, Duke of Gloucester, D.C.L. Trinity.
1834 John Jefferies, Marquis Camden, LL.D. Trinity.
1840 Hugh-Percy, Duke of Northumberland, F.R.S. LL.D. St John's.
The election is by a Grace of the Senate.
1721 Arthur, Earl of Anglesea, Magdalene.
1749 Philip, Lord Hardwicke, D.C.L. Lord Chancellor, Corpus.
1764 Philip, Earl of Hardwicke, D.C.L. Corpus.
1790 Right Hon. William Pitt, M.A. Pembroke.
1806 Philip, Earl of Hardwicke, M.A. Queens'.
1834 Hugh-Percy, Duke of Northumberland, F.R.S. LL.D. St John's.
The election of a Vice-Chancellor always takes place on the 4th of November. The morning previous to election, the Heads of Colleges meet in the Senate-House, to nominate and prick tw persons. And on the following day the election of one of them is determined by the votes of the Senate.
1835 George Archdall, D.D. Emm.
• Complete Lists of University Officers, Heads | Appendix to "Graduati Cantabrigienses,” 840. of Houses, Professors, &c., may be found in the
REPRESENTATIVES IN PARLIAMENT.
JAMES I., by his Charter in the first year of his reign, granted power to the Chancellors, Masters, and Scholars of the two Universities, to elect and return two persons in each, to represent them in Parliament. Whenever there is a vacancy in the representation, the Sheriff sends the precept to the Vice-Chancellor; and the election, of which the Vice-Chancellor gives four days' notice at least, s to be within eight days from the receipt of it. At the time of election, the two Proctors, and the junior D.D. present, stand in scrutiny with the Vice-Chancellor, who is the returning officer. The members of the Senate then give their votes in writing, and a najority of such determines the election.
82 Rt. Hon. H. Goulburn, M.A. Trinity.
Rt. Hon. Sir C. Manners Sutton, K.G.C.B., LL.D., Trinity. 834 Rt. Hon. H. Goulburn, M. A. Trinity. Rt. Hon. Sir C. Manners Sutton, K.G.C.B., LL.D., Trinity. 35 Hon. Charles Ewan Law, M.A. John's.
1837 Rt. Hon. H. Goulburn, M. A. Trinity. Hon. Charles Ewan Law, M. A. John's. 1841 Rt. Hon. H. Goulburn, M.A. Trinity. Hon. Charles Ewan Law, M.A. John's 1847 Rt. Hon. H. Goulburn, M. A. Trinity. Hon. Charles Ewan Law, M.A. John's. 1850 L. T. Wigram, M.A. Trinity.
THE Commissaries are appointed by Letters Patent under the and and seal of the Chancellor.
1824 J. F. Pollock, M.A. Trinity. I 1835 John Hildyard, M. A. John's.
Two Colleges are every year to nominate persons for Proctors 1 the order prescribed in a cycle of 51 years; in which time, King's, Trinity, and St John's Colleges have each of them eleven rns; St Peter's, Christ's, Queens', and Pembroke, seven each; lare Hall, six; Corpus Christi, Jesus, Caius, Magdalene, Emjanuel, and Sidney, five each; Catharine Hall, four; and Trinity Hall, one. Each of the two Colleges nominates one person. The erson nominated may be a Regent or Non-Regent Master of Arts. f he be a Regent he must be in the third year of his Regency at
He must be presented to the Vice-Chancellor, in the presence of he Registrary, by the head of his College, or by some one in his ame, before the 1st day of August.
If any one who has been presented should die, or refuse the fice, or be found incapacitated, before the 10th of October followg, the Heads of colleges nominate two persons to be offered to e Senate, one of whom is to be elected. The same course is served in case any college neglects to present in due time. If the office becomes vacant before the expiration of the year, rinity Hall presents a Proctor for the remainder.
The Proctors are elected on the 10th of October, by the Regents ly.
1850 A. Thacker, Trinity.
J. Fenwick, Corpus.
1851 W. Nind, Peter's.
J. C. Adams, John's.
CYCLE FOR THE NOMINATION OF PROCtors.
1850 H. G. Hand, King's.
ACCORDING to the decree, by which the cycle of Proctors, now in use, was established, the several Colleges are to present persons to be Taxors in the year immediately following that in which they have presented to the Proctorship. They may be either Regent or Non-Regent Masters of Arts; but by their office they are Regents during the year. They are to be presented to the Vice Chancellor by the Masters of their colleges, or by others in their names, before the 1st of September immediately preceding the election. Presentation, &c., the same as the Proctors; and in case of a vacancy, the like rule is observed. The election of Taxors takes place on the 10th of October, and the Regents only are the Electors.
1850 W. H. Stokes, Caius. J. N. Peill, Queens'.
1850 H. A. J. Munro, Trinity. W. Emery, Corpus.
THESE officers, who are required by the Statutes to be NonRegents, are elected according to the order prescribed for the cycle of Proctors; and every college is to nominate a person to be a Scrutator the second year after its nomination of a Proctor The Scrutators are elected by the Non-Regents only, on the 10th of October.
1851 A. Thacker, Trinity.
THE office of Pro-Proctor was instituted by a Grace of the Senate, April 29, 1818; and, by the regulations, Bachelors in Divinity, as well as Masters of Arts, are eligible. They are nominated by the Vice-Chancellor and the two Proctors, for the approbation of the Senate; and the election, which is by Grace, takes place at the first Congregation after the election o Proctors.
1851 E. R. Theed, King's.
1851 B. Smith, Peter's.