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[margin]April 28, 1868[/margin]

[Scot]land were exempted from payment of classs fees and
received bursaries or scholarships, but who have since
turned aside to other pursuits, and to use their diligence
in obtaining the said fees, bursaries and
scholarships in accordance with the written obligation
on condition of which, exemptions and other
privileges were granted, and that this Committee
be authorized, in their discretion, to intimate to
such students being graduates that the non
fulfillment of their obligations will lead to the
cancelling of their degrees by the Senate.

The Senate revised a portion of the
Calendar.

Adjourned till tomorrow at nine
o'lock. A.M.

W. Snodgrass, D.D., Principal
J.B. Mowat, Secretary
____________________

[margin]April 29, 1868[/margin]

Queen's University, April 29th, 1868

The Senate met and was constituted.

Sederunt Principal Snodgrass, Professors
Murray, MacKerras, and Mowat.

The minutes of the last meeting were read
and approved.

[margin]calendar revised [/margin]

The Senate completed the revisal of the
Calendar.

[margin]Prince of Wales
Prize [/margin]

The Senate having information that it
will be long before the Prince of Wales Prize
Fund will be sufficient to sustain the expense
of an annual gold medal and considering
that it is desirable to turn the Fund
to practical account without further delay resolved
to recommend the Trustees to appropriate
annually the interest of the amount on
hand to the purchase of books as as a prize to

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April 28, 1868 land were exempted from payment of classs fees and
received bursaries or scholarships, but who have since
turned aside to other pursuits, and to use their diligence
in obtaining the said fees, bursaries and
scholarships in accordance with the written obligation
on condition of which, exemptions and other
privileges were granted, and that this Committee
be authorized, in their discretion, to intimate to
such students being graduates that the non
fulfillment of their obligations will led to the
cancelling of their degrees by the Senate.
The Senate revised a portion of their
Calendar.
Adjourned till tomorrow at nine
o'lock. A.M.
W. Snodgruss [best guess?] J. Moivant [best guess?]
Principal Secretary

April 29, 1868 Queen's University, april 29, 1868
The Senate met and was constituted.
[] Principal Snodgrass, Professors
Murray, MacKerras, and Moivant [best guess?]
The minutes of the last meeting were read
and approved.
calendar revised The Senate completed the revisal of the
Calendar.
Prince of Wales Prize The Senate having information that it
will be long before the Prince of Wales Prize
Fund will be sufficient to sustain the expenses
of an annual gold meddal and considering
that it is desirable to turn the Fund
to practical account without further delay resolved
to recommend the Trustees to appropriate
annually the interest of the amount on
hand to the purchase of books as as a prize to