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; 4 £. It fliall be the duty of each member of the Faculty to enforce the laws of the Uni- verfity, topreventorput a flopto theviolation ofthem, and to report to the Prefident, or to the Faculty, fuch tranfgreffions of them as ought to be punifhed by that body.
; b his abfence, one of the ProfeiTors cr Tutors, (hall perform that duty. In the morning, prayers mail follow after the reading of a chapter, or part thereof, in the Old or New Teilament, by the ProfeiTors and Tutors in turn.
6 himfelf, of the faid fludent's regularadmiffion into the Univerfity, for which he ihall pay twelve and a half cents; and thefe fhall be at alltimes a fufficient, andanecefTaryteftimony of his being a fludentofthe Univerfity; to be fhewn when called for, to any member ofthe Faculty.
7 quired againft his inclination to continue the fhidy ofany book on which he has palled an approved examination; butafteraftudent has entered a clafs, or a courfe of fiudy, at the beginningofthefeiTion, he ihallnot, without completing the fame, forfake itto enter ano- ther during that feflion, unlefs with parti- cular permiffion from the Faculty.
s 7. Should any Undent be abfent from exa- mination, he may be fummoned before the Faculty to fheiv the reafons of fuch abfence;: and he fhall be examined publiclyby the Fa- cultybeforehe(hallbepermittedtojoinhisclafs* 8. No ftudent (hallabfent himfelf from the Univerfity during the feffion,. without per- mifTion firft obtained from the Prefident, or in his abfence, from the Faculty; but leave of abfence from recitation may be granted to 1 fludent by his Profeilbror Tutor.
9 ftage, under penalty of fuch cenfure as the FacultyorTruflees flialljudge proper. And with aviewto preferve all thepublicexercifes of the ftudents from impropriety of any kind, every ftudent, during the wholeofhis fenior year, and previoufly to his commencement performances efpecially, fhall fhew to the Prefident, or prefiding ProfefTor, the wholeof what he propofes to fpeak, and fhall not fail to obferve fuchcorrections as(hall be made of his performances;•and if any ftudent pro- nounce any thing in public of a cenfurable nature, in contradiction to the directions or correctionsoftheofficertowhomhehasfhewn hispiece, the Prefident or prefiding Profeflbr is requred to flop him onthepublic flage, and he fhall be otherwife cenfured as the Truftees or Faculty fhall determine.