2 edition of Cambridge Senate before Whitgift"s Statutes and the University bill of 1855. found in the catalog.
Cambridge Senate before Whitgift"s Statutes and the University bill of 1855.
Anonymous. By Joseph Edleston. Cf. Brit. Mus. cat.
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General Court: Investigation into the Fifteen gallon law of Massachusetts, before a joint committee of the Legislature, which began Jan. 29 and closed Feb. 20, , upon the memorial of Harrison Gray Otis and others for the repeal of the law: with the arguments of Franklin Dexter & B.F. Hallett, as counsel in support of the memorial. Outlawry was, however, a living practice as of in , William John Bankes, who had previously been an MP for several different constituencies between and , was outlawed by due process of law for absenting himself from trial for homosexuality, and died in in Venice as an outlaw.
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University Of Cambridge. Strange studied law there, was admitted to the state bar, and was elected to the State General Assembly in During the mids, Strange became a dedicated Jacksonian. From untilhe served as a superior court judge before being appointed to the United States Senate to complete the vacated term of Willie Mangum.
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He opposed the appointment of the University Commission (), and wrote two pamphlets (Remarks) against the reform of the university (). He stood against the scheme of entrusting elections to the members of the senate and instead, advocated the use of college funds and the subvention of scientific and professorial mater: Trinity College, Cambridge.
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Page - Heathcote moved that the Bill be read a second time that day six months. He said that Cambridge University afforded no analogous case, as the degree of Master of Arts conferred no seat in the Cambridge Senate until a test was signed showing the Master of Arts to be a member of the Established Church.
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Statutes awaiting submission to His Majesty in Council, or made before cesser of powers of Commissioners. The house may debate and amend the bill; the precise procedures used by the House and Senate differ. A final vote on the bill follows. Once a bill is approved by one house, it is sent to the other which may pass, reject, or amend it.
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