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History, gazetteer and directory of Cambridgeshire. Subscribers copy - Page 57
1851
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The North American Review, Volume 44

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1837
...the first class receive prizes of books of different values. The students are thus prepared for the public examinations and exercises, which the University requires of all candidates for degrees. The public examinations are, the previous examination, and the examination for honors, in the senate...
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The stranger's companion; forming a complete guide through the university ...

1825
...a constant attendance on College lectures, the Undergraduates are examined yearly, or half yearly, in those subjects which have engaged their studies,...their names are arranged in classes, and those who obtain the honour of a place in the first class receive, according to merit, prizes of books, of different...
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The Cambridge Guide: Including Historical and Architectural Notices of the ...

Cambridge (England) - 1837 - 272 pages
...celebrated Greek and Latin Classics. Besides a constant daily attendance on lectures, the Undergraduates are examined in their respective Colleges yearly, or half-yearly,...University requires of all candidates for degrees. UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE PRIZES. The prizes and scholarships for the encouragement of literature, free...
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The Cambridge guide, or A description of the university and town of Cambridge

1838
...celebrated Greek and Latin Classics. Besides a constant daily attendance on lectures, the Undergraduates are examined in their respective Colleges yearly, or half-yearly,...themselves, receive prizes of books of different value. UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE PRIZES. The prizes and scholarships for the encouragement of literature, free...
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Register

University of Cambridge - 1841
...major part of his first Term 1 , according to the following plan, confirmed by Grace of the Senate. those subjects which have engaged their studies; and,...their names are arranged in classes, and those who obtain the honour of a place in the first class receive, according to merit, prizes of different value....
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The Eastern counties railway illustrated guide

Eastern counties railway - 1851
...on lectures, the under-graduates are examined in their respective colleges yearly, or half yearly, in those subjects which have engaged their studies;...their names are arranged in classes, and those who obtain the honour of the first places receive prizes of different value. By this course the students...
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Academic Reform and University Representation

James Heywood - Examinations - 1860 - 335 pages
...directions as relate to his duty. Undergraduates are examined in their respective Colleges yearly, in those subjects which have engaged their studies;...their names are arranged in classes, and those who obtain the honour of the first places receive prizes of different value. By this course the Students...
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Royal illustrated history of easter England, Volume 1

A D. Bayne - 1873
...on lectures, the undergraduates are examined in their respective Colleges, yearly or half yearly, on those subjects which have engaged their studies ;...their names are arranged in classes, and those who obtain the honour of a place in the first class receive prizes of books, differing in value, according...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 28

Education - 1878
...they are allowed to matriculate. Besides a constant attendance on lectures, the Undergraduates arc examined in their respective Colleges yearly, or half-yearly,...their names are arranged in classes, and those who obtain the honor of the first places receive prizes of different valueBy this course the Students are...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 28

Henry Barnard - Education - 1878
...they are allowed to matriculate. Besides a constant attendance on lectures, the Undergraduates are examined in their respective Colleges yearly, or half-yearly,...acquit themselves in these examinations, their names arc arranged in classes, and those who obtain the honor of the first places receive prizes of different...
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