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EXAMINATIONS. TERM,-PASCH. 1842.

CLASSIS I.

Andrew, W. Worcester.
Bernard, M. Trinity.

De Teissier, G. F. Corpus.
Fanshawe, F. Balliol.
Temple, F. Balliol.
Tweed, J. P. Exeter.
Wayte, S. W. Trinity.

CLASSIS II.

In Literis Humanioribus.

Barry, H. B. Queen's.
Binney, H. Worcester.
Buckle, G. Corpus.
Bush, R. W. Worcester.
Cowburn, A. Exeter.
Ellison, H. University.
Grane, J. W. Exeter.
Hawkins, C. Christ Church.

James, E. R. Queen's.
Tickell, E. A. Balliol.

CLASSIS III.

Bucknill, G. Trinity.
Collingwood, J. Pembroke.
Conant, E. N. St. John's.
Dickerson, R. C. Worcester.
Evetts, T. Corpus.
Falkner, T. A. St. John's.

E. Arthur Dayman. Charles Page Eden.

Heatly, H. D. St. John's. Henderson, R. Wadham. Inman, H. F. Lincoln. Newbald, S. Wadham. Pedder, E. Brase-nose. Robbins, H. Wadham. Roope, R. Wadham. Rusher, W. E. Magdalen.

CLASSIS IV.

Bolland, W. University.
Bousfield, W. Lincoln.

Clements, J. Oriel.

Coventry, J. Magdalen.

Crawley, G. J. L. Christ Church.

Darling, J. Christ Church.

Everett, W. New College.
Ewart, W. Exeter.
Goodwin, H. Christ Churc.
Green, T. R. Lincoln.
Kinloch, A. St. Mary Hall.
Langharne, P. R. J. Jesus.
Lopes, M. L. Oriel.
Mason, J. W. Jesus.
Mills, R. T. Magdalen.
Morgan, E. J. Wadham.
Nevill, J. Y. Oriel.
Routh, M. J. Pembroke.
Ruskin, J. Christ Church.
Swayne, R. J. G. Wadham.

Examiners.

Archibald Campbell Tait. Edward Halifax Hansell.

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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.

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Moderators. Thomas Gaskin, M. A. Jesus.

Duncan Farquharson Gregory, M.A. Trinity.

Examiners. Alexander Thurtell, M. A. Caius.

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QUEEN'S PERSON PROTECTION ACT.

AN ACT FOR PROVIDING FOR THE FURTHER SECURITY AND PROTECTION OF HER MAJESTY'S PERSON.-5 & 6 Vic. CAP. 51.-[16th JULY, 1842.]

Whereas it is expedient that the provisions contained in the act of the thirty-ninth and fortieth years of His late Majesty King George 3rd, intituled "An Act to regulate Trials for High Treason and Misprision of Treason in certain cases," should be extended to all cases of high treason, in compassing or imagining the death or destruction of the Queen, or in compassing or imagining any bodily harm tending to the death or destruction, maiming or wounding, of the Queen, and of misprision of such treason, when the overt act or overt acts of such treason alleged in the indictment shall be any attempt to injure in any manner whatsoever the person of the Queen: And whereas it is also expedient to make further provision by law for the protection and security of the person of the Sovereign of these realms Be it enacted by the Queen's most excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and con. sent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, that from and after the passing of this act, in all cases of high treason, in compassing or imagining any bodily harm tending to the death or destruction, maiming or wounding, of the Queen, and in all cases of misprision of any such treason, where the overt act or overt acts of such treason alleged in the inVOL. LXXXIV.

dictment shall be any attempt to injure in any manner whatsoever the person of the Queen, the person or persons charged with such offence shall and may be indicted, arraigned, tried, and attainted in the same manner, and according to the same course and order of trial, in every respect, and upon the like evidence, as if such persons stood charged with murder ; and none of the provisions contained in the several acts of the seventh year of King William 3rd, and the seventh year of Queen Anne, and the sixth year of King George 4th, respectively touching trials in cases of treason and misprision of treason respectively, shall extend to any indictment for high treason in compassing or imagining the death or destruction of the Queen, or to any indictment for high treason, in compassing and imagining any bodily harm tending to the death or destruction, maiming or wounding, of the Queen, or for misprision of such treason, where the overt act or acts of such treason alleged in the indictment shall be such as aforesaid; but, upon conviction upon such indictment, judgment shall be nevertheless given and execution done as in other cases of high treason; any law, statute, or usage to the contrary notwithstanding.

II. And be it enacted, that from and after the passing of this act, if any person shall wilfully dis2 C

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