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Gradus ad Cantabrigiam

or, New university guide to the academical customs, and colloquial or cant terms peculiar to the University of Cambridge; observing wherein it differs from Oxford.

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Published by J. Hearne in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • University of Cambridge.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBrace of Cantabs.
    StatementEmbellished with six coloured engravings ... to which is affixed, A tail-piece; or, The reading and varmint method of proceeding to the degree of A.B. By a brace of Cantabs ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLF129 .G7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p.l., 131 p.
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6921851M
    LC Control Number02027290

    in the Gradus ad Cantabrigiam,23 but nationwide, for example, when the feudal landlord received an annual income from tenanted farmers. As events such as the collection of fees and taxes and the giving of feudal tribute tend towards the dour, often a feudal lord would arrange a specific meeting and have a special ale brewed for these occasions File Size: 1MB. Printed by B Dewhirst for Robinson, Son, and Houldsworth, Leeds and John Hurst, Wakefield, Leeds; Wakefield, Second Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Volume I. Loidis and Elmete: Or, An Attempt to Describe Districts Descri Book Edition: Second Edition.

      An interesting and detailed article on several 19th century English slang dictionaries. It includes general works such as Hotten's The Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant and Vulgar Words by a London Antiquary, , as well as more specialized books. Gradus ad Cantabrigiam (, ) If specialized linguistic usage can be expected to emerge in relatively demarcated or isolated settings . The book describes 'the idea of Newnham', which arose from supporters of female education in the mid-nineteenth century, the parallel trajectory of the founders of Girton College, and the small beginning of what became Newnham, with five students in a house overlooking Parker's Piece in

    Gradus ad Cantabrigiam; or New University Guide to the University of Cambridge By a Brace of Cantabs, half-title, 6 hand-coloured Live Estimate - GBP. The Gradus ad Cantabrigiam, a dictionary of Cambridge slang published in , defined "Simeonites" as "disciples and followers of the reverend and pious Charles Simeon, M.A. Fellow of King's College."


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12mo, original printed gray flexible boards (one stain on cover, small chip on. English slang dictionaries began to include terms restricted to the universities as early as Among them was the Gradus ad Cantabrigiam (), subtitled ‘A Dictionary of Terms, Academical and Colloquial, or Cant, which are used at the University of Cambridge’.

This was followed by a second edition of Gradus ad Cantabrigiam (), Benjamin Homer Hall's A Collection of College Words. Gilbert Biberian () - Gradus ad I - In the Aolian Mode saitenspuren - Edith Lehner & Norbert Neunzling, gitarre Gitarren von Richard Jacob (Weißgerber.

Wooden spoon at the University of Cambridge. The wooden spoon was presented originally at the University of Cambridge as a kind of booby prize awarded by the students to the man who achieved the lowest exam marks but still earned a third-class degree (a junior optime) in the Mathematical Tripos.

The term "wooden spoon" or simply "the spoon" was also applied to the recipient, and the prize.British History - Discover rare books at where you'll find a wide selection of fine, collectible, and rare books including British History - Page 5 COVID Update Biblio is .to his college duties, "though, commonly," says the Gradus ad Cantabrigiam, "the real complaint is much more serious; viz.

indisposition of the mind! _aegrotat_ animo magis quam corpore.".