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" ... to wit, that, by a public ordinance and decree of the body of that our University, passed by a grace with you, it may be decreed and ordained, that from henceforth no man shall have granted unto him the degree either of Bachelor in Divinity, or of... "
A Collection of Letters, Statues, and Other Documents from the Ms. Library ... - Page xlviii
by Corpus Christi College (University of Cambridge). Library - 1838 - 402 pages
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

English periodicals - 1837
...him the degree either of Bachelor in Divinity, or of Doctor in any Faculty, Divinity, Law, or Physic, unless he shall first, and before the propounding...aforesaid three articles contained in the aforesaid six-and-thirtieth canon, in such manner and form as in the said canon is expressed and required*.'...
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Cambridge [university]

1837
...him the degree either of Bachelor in Divinity, or of Doctor in any Faculty, Divinity, Law, or Physic, unless he shall first, and before the propounding...as in the said canon is expressed and required."* Seven days after the date of this elegant epistle, the obedient senate passed a grace to the effect...
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A Historical Account of the University of Cambridge, and Its Colleges: In a ...

Benjamin Dann Walsh - Universities and colleges - 1837 - 162 pages
...him the degree either of Bachelor in Divinity, or of Doctor in any Faculty, Divinity, Law, or Physic, unless he shall first, and before the propounding...as in the said canon is expressed and required."* Seven days after the date of this elegant epistle, the obedient senate passed a grace to the effect...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

English periodicals - 1837
...him the degree either of Bachelor in Divinity, or of Doctor in any Faculty, Divinity, Law, or Physic, unless he shall first, and before the propounding...subscribe to the aforesaid three articles contained in the afore, said six-and-thirtieth canon, in such manner and form as iu the said canon is expressed and...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

English periodicals - 1837
...him the degree either of Bachelor in DiTinity, or of Doctor in any Faculty, Divinity, Law, or Physic, unless he shall first, and before the propounding...the body of the university, in the presence of the Vice-Chaucellor or his deputy for the time being, subscribe to the aforesaid three articles contained...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

English periodicals - 1837
...him the degree either of Bachelor in Dirinity, or of Doctor in any Faculty, Divinity, Law, or Physic, unless he shall first, and before the propounding of his said grace to the body of the nniversity, in the presence of the Vice-Chancellor or his deputy for the time being, subscribe to the...
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A Collection of Letters, Statutes, and Other Documents from the Ms. Library ...

Corpus Christi College (University of Cambridge). Library - 1838 - 402 pages
...faculty, divinity, law or physick unless he shall first and before the propounding of his said grace tor the body of the university in the presence of the...thirtieth canon in such manner and form as in the said I and thirtieth canon the neglect of the doing thereof in either of our unlversities is provisionally...
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The University of Cambridge ...

James Bass Mullinger - 1884
...Commonwealth (our universities)', — goes on to enjoin that 'from henceforth no man shall have granted to him the degree either of bachelor in divinity, or...or his deputy for the time being, subscribe to the Three Articles' 'We understand,' the letter goes on to .say, 'that our uni- CMMM^* versity of Oxford...
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The Older Universities of England: Oxford and Cambridge

Albert Mansbridge - 1923 - 296 pages
...Universities, with 1 On June 30, 1613, James I induced the University to pass a Grace to the effect that ' from henceforth no man shall have granted unto him the...form as in the said canon is expressed and required.' Some modification of this requirement was made in favour of Bachelors towards the end of the eighteenth...
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