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Utter want of grammatical knowledge of any language
Value he attaches to the study of mathematics
Only those actually prosecuting a course of study to be
maintained on the foundation
Limits observed by Duns Scotus in the application of logic
Influence of nominalism on the scholastic method
Early statute relating to the hire and tenure of hostels
Its details compared with those of statute LXVIII.
Foundation of the Hospital of St. John the Evangelist
The foundation in its relation to monastic foundations
Its devastations at the universities
Statutes given to Gonville Hall by bishop Bateman
Liberality of sentiment by which these statutes are charac-
Provision for ten sizars.
The foundation apparently designed for students from the
The vital question with respect to University education
He finally expels the monks.
Archbishop Langham expels the seculars