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with the market prices) is drawn out from time to time, and each resident is furnished with a copy. Those who dine in hall ordinarily pay a fixed charge, but in any Term at the beginning of which not less than twentyfour persons give notice to the Bursar or Manciple of their wish to dine off commons, and so to reserve to themselves the power of regulating still further the cost of their dinner, tables are set apart for them. A tariff of commons is put up in hall at the beginning of each Term.
At Lincoln, accounts are paid three times a year. Any Undergraduate whose weekly bill exceeds a certain amount cannot obtain anything more from the kitchen or buttery without special leave from the Bursar. Groceries may be obtained in College from the Common-room man.
At Magdalen, accounts are paid three times a year. There is a fixed limit for breakfasts, luncheons, and dinners, for everything beyond this limit special leave has to be obtained. Groceries, wines, and desserts are supplied, if desired, by the Common-room man.
At Corpus, accounts are paid three times a year.
At Brasenose, accounts are made out quarterly, two quarterly accounts being paid in the course of Michaelmas Term.
At Christ Church, accounts are paid three times a year. No profits are made either at the kitchen or the buttery.
At Trinity, accounts are paid four times a year.
At St. John's, accounts are paid three times a year. There is no fixed limit to expenditure, but a check is imposed as far as possible upon extravagance: the weekly battels (kitchen and buttery) need not exceed £1 4s.
At Wadham, accounts are paid three times a year.
At Pembroke, accounts are paid four times a year.
At Worcester, accounts are paid three times a year. There is a fixed tariff for breakfast, and a limit for lunches, which cannot be exceeded except by special leave. Dinner is also regulated by a printed tariff.
At St. Mary Hall, accounts are paid in advance at the commencement of each Term by Commoners on the Frugal System; and quarterly by ordinary Commoners and Gentlemen-Commoners. The fixed charge for dinner, inclusive of both kitchen and buttery, is 2s.
At St. Edmund Hall, on the Caution-Deposit System, accounts are paid three times a year, at the end of Michaelmas Lent, and Easter Terms. The battels pass through the Principal's hands weekly, and any case of apparently excessive expenditure is at once enquired into. The dinner-charge is 25., including the buttery charge for bread and cheese; beer being an optional extra. All extras are regulated by a printed tariff. On the Prepayment System, £27 is paid at the commencement of Michaelmas, Lent, and Easter Terms, together with any account for extras that may have been incurred in the previous Term.
III. EXPENSES OP UNATTACHED STUDENTS.
In the case of Students who are not attached to any College or Hall, the only expenses which are entirely beyond their control are the following:—
£ s. d.
1. Fee to the University at matriculation . .500
2. Caution-money, returnable on removal of the
name from the books . . . .200
3. Terminal fee, for the first twelve Terms . 126
4. Terminal fee, after the first twelve Terms . 050
5. When a member of a College or Hall becomes
an Unattached Student he pays the above-
It appears, from returns procured by the Delegates of Unattached Students, that some Students have been able to cover all their other Academical expenses, i.e. board, lodging, and tuition, for about £45 a year. It must at the same time be borne in mind that the board, lodging, and tuition which are obtainable for this sum are for the most part of a different kind from that of which residents in a College or Hall are able to avail themselves.
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