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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The University of London The University The University

    by the graduates which began in 1848 , Convo cation consisted of all Doctors, all Bachelors of Law of two year's standing, and all Bachelors of Arts of three years' standing who paid a registration fee; and in 1885 it

    Friaries Austin friars, Cambridge

    29 Of the five other penitentiaries four- William Walcote , John de Lynne, Simon de Lynne, and Walter de Berewyco-were Bachelors of Divinity. On 3 February 1387 Arundel , as Bishop of Ely , manumitted John, son of William Gybbe

    The Bodleian library

    in Oxford and were no longer resident there to contribute yearly to the work, Masters 8 d . a year, Bachelors 4 d .; but it would have been impossible to enforce such a decree. It may be doubted whether,

    Friaries Franciscans, Cambridge

    that no two friars of the same convent might incept in one year, and that no two, whether Doctors or Bachelors , should 'concur' in their lectures, on the Sentences or on the Bible; but while one might lecture in

    Friaries The house of Austin friars

    intermissions, as for instance in 1530 , when, the convent being infected with the plague, a dispensation was granted that bachelors might perform the said exercises in St. Mary 's Church. 20 The name 'disputations in Austins ' was still

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y pwlpud dacw y Professors, Fellows, Tutors, a'r e Masters of A; ts, &c., sC ar y flaw ddehau, y Bachelors i of Arts. T1st! dacw gynwrf. Y mae y gynulleidfa a oil ar eu traed, a gorymdaith yn dyfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gTaddau ac honours uchel yno. Daw yn beth cyffredin y mae'n debygT cyn hir i weled merched yn Prizemen, yn Bachelors ao yn Masters.I Y mae Balls yn Rhydychain (Somerville a Lady Margaret) Ile yr addyogir merched, er nad yw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gwybod yn iawn pa enw i roddi arno, fe'i gelwir gn rai yn 'Bachelors Tea Party," ond dae waeth am yr enw, mae yr amcan yn teilynga sylw, sef ceisio dwyn ein dynion ieuaine i gynideithas agosach a'u gil- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dychymyg na siawns am dani. a Mr. Theo. Davies.-Y mae yna hiraeth nid g bychan ymhlith aelodau yr amrywiol " Bachelors' Y Club" yn Abertawe ar ol y gwr ieuanc addawol P hwn, yr hwn sydd wedi cefnu ar ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are both widows.- Chrowicie. 0Thflrc seer s to be a mighty stir among all the Royal produce? s and Old Bachelors. 'Blut what Waid it all The speecdet at the Crown and Anchnr 1-il be read wit h much interest. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Rich. 2. The examination and submission of Walter Brute. A letter sent to Nic. Herford.

    sitting in Commission in the Cathedrall Churche of Hereford, at sixe a clocke or thereabout: Byshops & Abbots, with 20. Bachelors of diuinitie, 10 monkes 2 Doctors of law sitting vppon Walter Brute. Nicholas Herford there also present.hauing for his

    Book 6, page 1248 (1563)

    ye still bee ashamed of Christs truth which you know. Perne. Thomson.Oh Perne, repent, Oh Thomson repente, Oh you Doctors, Bachelors and maisters repente, Oh Mayor, Aldermen, & town dwellers repēt, repent, repent that you may escape the nere vēgeance


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