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ELECTED.

Chancellor Marquess Camden, K.G. D.C.L. Trin..

....1834

High Steward.-Duke of Northumberland, K.G. D.C.L. F.R.S.

St John's...

1834

Vice-Chancellor.-Thomas Worsley, M.A. Down.

.1837

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Representatives in Right Hon. Henry Goulburn, M.A. Trin. ....1834
Parliament. Right Hon. Charles Ewan Law, M.A. St John's..1835
Deputy High Steward.-John Lodge Hubbersty, M.D. Queens'...
Public Orator.-Thomas Crick, B.D. St John's

Assessor to the Chancellor.-William Hunt, M.A. King's

Counsel.

Thomas Starkie, M.A. Downing

Sir William Webb Follett, M.A. Trinity

Librarian.-John Lodge, M.A. Magd.
Registrary. Joseph Romilly, M.A. Trin..

1824

.1836

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Every University Grace must pass the CAPUT, before it can be introduced to the SENATE.

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1441 King's ....

1446 Queens'

.George Thackeray, D.D. F.L.S. Provost. 1814
.Joshua King, M.A.

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Presid. 1832

Master. 1799

.William French, D.D.

Master. 1820

..John Graham, D.D.

Master. 1830

James Wood, D.D.

Master. 1815

..Hon. G. Neville Grenville, M.A.

Master. 1813

Christopher Wordsworth, D.D.

Master. 1820

George Archdall, D.D.

Master. 1835

William Chafy, D.D.
Thomas Worsley, M.A.

Master. 1813

Master. 1836

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Teacher of the French Language, Henri Florentin Hobacq.
Teacher of the Hebrew Language, H. H. Bernard.
Teacher of the German Language, H. D. Oppenheim.
Teacher of the Italian Language, Marquis Spineto.
Fencing Master, M. Angelo.

University Printer, John William Parker.

Agents for the sale of the University Bibles and Common Prayers,
J. G. & F. Rivington; John W. Parker, London;

J. & J. J. Deighton, Cambridge; and Knott, Birmingham.

Marshal, Thomas Johnson.

Yeoman Bedell, John Crouch-School Keeper, John Taylor.
Library Keeper, John Bowtell.

Assistant Library Keeper, Richard Rowe.
Organist, John Pratt.-Clerk, John Smith.
Appraiser, Elliot Macro Smith.

Curator of the Botanic Garden, Arthur Biggs, F.L.S.
Keeper of the Fitzwilliam Museum, William K. Ridgway.

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OBSERVATIONS.

STATUTABLE CONGREGATIONS.

One upon the last day of each Term; two on the 10th day of October; one on the 3d, and one on the 4th of November; two on the day after the second Tripos; two on the 11th of June.

The Divinity, Law, and Physic Schools are open during the whole of every Term, and the keeping of all Acts, except the former which are confined to every other Thursday, is entirely at the discretion of the respective Professors.

All Festivals, Saints' days, and Sundays, are surplice-days, and the evening preceding are surplice-evenings; but on May 29, June 20, and November 5, surplices are worn in the morning only.

On Litany days the Doctors and Noblemen wear their robes, and the Proctors their congregation-ruffs.

Commemoration of Benefactors is at St Peter's, Clare, Pembroke, Caius, Queens', Catharine, Jesus, Christ's, and St John's Colleges, the day after the end of each Term, on which occasion there is a feast in the several college-halls.

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UNIVERSITY CEREMONIES, &c. AT CAMBRIDGE,
FROM APRIL 1, 1838, TO MARCH 31, 1839.

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APRIL XXX.-1838.

Fifth Sunday in Lent.-Sun rises 5h. 38m. First Quarter
9h. 33m. Afternoon. Morning Lessons, Exod. iii.
John xix. Evening Lessons, Exod. v. Heb. iii.
Election of Fellows of St John's College.

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Cambridge Lent Term ends.-Old Lady Day.
Oxford Lent Term ends.

Sixth Sunday in Lent.-Palm Sunday. Sun rises 5h. 23m.
Morn. Les. Exod. ix. Matt. xxvi. Even. Les. Exod. x.
[Heb. v. to ver. 11.
Full Moon 2h. 6m. Morning. Moon eclipsed, visible.

Maunday Thursday.
Good Friday. Morning Lessons, Gen. 22 to verse 20.
John xviii. Evening Lessons, Isaiah Liii. 1 Peter ii.

Easter Sunday.-Sun rises 5h. 7m. Scarlet day.-Ser-
mon at St Mary's in the afternoon only.-Anthem.
Morn. Les. Exod xii. Rom. vi. Even. Les. Exod. xiv.
Easter Monday.
[Acts ii. to verse 28.
Easter Tuesday.-Mr Mere's Commemoration at St.
Benedict's Church, where the University Sermon is
preached. Last Quarter 3h. 30m. Afternoon.

TH Mr Rustat's Commemoration at Jesus College.

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First Sunday after Easter. Sun rises 4h. 53m. Low
Sunday. Morn. Les. Numb. xvi. Acts xix. Even. Les.
St. George.
[Numb. xxii. 2 Pet. i.
Concio ad Clerum, by the Lady Margaret's Preacher, or
his substitute. New Moon 7h. 1m. Morning.

St. Mark. Cambridge and Oxford Easter Terms begin.
Duchess of Gloucester born, 1776.

Second Sunday after Easter.
Les. Numb. xxiii. xxiv.

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Sun rises 4h. 39m. Morn. Acts xxvi. Even. Les. [Numb. xxv. 1 John v.

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