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Pagina xxii - Keyless Half-Chronometers, Compensated for Variations of Temperature, adjusted in Positions, Winding and Setting Hands without a Key, for Gentlemen, in Gold 30 to 40 guineas ; ditto in Silver 16 to 25 guineas.
Pagina 59 - to erect, maintain and conduct a College for the higher education of women"; and "to take such steps as from time to time may be thought most expedient and effectual to obtain for the Students of the College admission to the examinations for degrees of the University of Cambridge ; and generally to place the College in connection with that University.
Pagina 59 - designed to hold, in relation to girls' schools and home teaching, a position analogous to that occupied by the Universities towards the public schools for boys".
Pagina 15 - The Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Cambridge. The frame of this little commonwealth standeth upon the union of seventeen colleges, or societies, devoted to the study of learning and knowledge, and for the better service of the Church and State. All...
Pagina 86 - The register dates from the year 1570. The living is a rectory...
Pagina 100 - I observe, in the gift of the Master and Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Pagina 64 - Huddleston, esq., is lord of the manor and principal landowner. The soil is gravel and chalk ; subsoil, chalk.
Pagina 216 - The park and gardens comprise about 1,000 acres, which surround the hall on three sides ; the park is well stocked with deer, and is nearly divided by a wood of old forest trees, consisting of about 180 acres. The conduit and statues which formerly adorned the platform of the gardens at Oxnead Hall are preserved here ; also a pyramid upon a base 45 feet square, in which are the remains of John, Earl of Buckinghamshire, and his two wives. Here also is one of the finest pieces of water in the kingdom.
Pagina 15 - Casts of Antique Statuary. The Museum has been augmented by many other valuable presents of Paintings, Prints, Books, Statues, Models, and Curiosities; a list of which may be seen in the donation book. REGULATIONS of the FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM. A. 1. That the general management of the Fitzwilliam Museum should be entrusted to a Syndicate composed of the Vice-Chancellor and eight other members of the Senate, to be elected by Grace. 2. That of the said...