Proceedings at the Ceremony of Laying the Foundation Stone, April 23, 1842, and at the Opening of the University, June 8, 1843

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H. & W. Rowsell, 1843 - Education, Higher - 86 pages

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Page 10 - Adelaide the Queen Dowager, the Prince Albert, Albert Prince of Wales, and all the Royal Family.
Page iv - The Chancellor, President, and Scholars of King's College at York, in the Province of Upper Canada," and that by the same 371 name they shall have perpetual succession and a common seal, and that they and their successors shall from time to time have full power to...
Page 75 - ... genius of its invaders. And as it is evident that our literature is owing to the schools and universities, so it cannot be denied that these are owing to our religion. It was chiefly, if not altogether, upon religious considerations that princes, as well as private persons, have erected colleges, and assigned liberal endowments to students and professors.
Page 11 - We bless thee for our creation, preservation, and all the blessings of this life; but above all, for thine inestimable love in the redemption of the world by our Lord Jesus Christ; for the means of grace, and for the hope of glory.
Page ix - And lastly We do hereby for Us Our Heirs and Successors grant and declare that these Our Letters Patent or the Enrolment or exemplification thereof shall be in and by all things...
Page ix - College, as well in our Courts of Record as elsewhere, and by all and singular Judges, Justices, Officers, Ministers and other Subjects whatsoever, of Us, our Heirs and Successors, any misrecital...
Page ix - We do further will, ordain, and appoint, that no religious test or qualification shall be required of, or appointed for, any persons admitted or matriculated as Scholars within our said College, or of persons admitted to any degree in any art or faculty therein, save only, that all persons admitted within our said College to any degree in Divinity, shall make such and the same declarations and subscriptions, and take such and the same oaths, as are required of persons admitted to any degree of Divinity...
Page 9 - Ye shall pray for Christ's holy catholic Church, that is, for the whole congregation of Christian people dispersed throughout the whole world, and especially for the Churches of England, Scotland, and Ireland...
Page 44 - British subjects is at present involved in the proper disposal of these questions; and before many years will have elapsed, more than a million will be affected by them. The Council, therefore, whatever results may be obtained by other means, could not justify to themselves the assuming the responsibility of endangering the very existence of the Institution. They feel bound to look beyond the movements and discussions of the passing moment ; and could not, even if they concurred in the view of the...
Page iii - And We do hereby declare, ordain and grant, that there shall at all times be one President of our said College, who shall be a Clergyman, in Holy Orders, of the United Church of England and Ireland, and that there shall be such and so many Professors in different Arts and Faculties within our said College, as from time to time shall...

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