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Just fifty years ago tho University of Sydney vas founded, and tho Senate is now celebrating

its jubileo. By an Act of the New, South,Wales Parlement, in 1851, tho University ,was incorpo

rated, and tho Act received the .Royal Assent on.

' Iiroember 9, 1851. By a Royal Charter, Issued j,

Fcbriuiry 7, 1858, the same rank, .style, and pre cedence are granted to graduates of thc Unlver sity of Sydney as aro enjoyed by graduates of Ujiivors.UieE within the United Kingdom. Tho , Univorf.ity¡ of Sydney is also declared in the

, A mendf d Charter , granted to the University of.

Lo ru.'rr. to b« one of the institutions in connection . with that University from, which certificates of . havir.f,* pursued, a due course of Instruction may

;be received with a view to admission to.degrees.

, The government of the.University, is vested in a . .

Senate, consisting of: 16 elective fellows,'and not

. fewer than three, nor more than six, "ex-ofllcio" .

members, being professors of tho. University, in such branches of learning ns the Senate may from , time to time select. Under this power,. the ,pro ' - fessors of modern literature, chemistry, physio

logy, and law aro constituted "ex-officio" mem

bers of the Senate. A Chancellor and Vice-Chan-?" ; ceilor are elected by tho Senate, from their own

body. '

. ¡- , , ., , 1.-Tho Pona ana Bridge, 2.-~Tho Lodges ut,tho-Main iBnlmnoo. 3.-Tho Avonuo,

Inauguration of Sydney University on October 11, 1852. (Prom tue "illustrated London NOWS. .) ; .

The Jubilee of Sydney University--The

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ST, JOHN'S COLLEGE. ->.". ;C,:;A;'V;': . _ ______________--__^_^_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^_

THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.

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THE GREAT HALLI > >» ' ' ;

TIUO IIIOLOOICAL LA BO RA TO RY.

TUB Fl SI Iß BY.

THE WOMEN'S COLLEGE.

Jubilee of Sydney University-Some of the Men Identified with Its History.

, THÉ HON. FRANCIS LEWIS SHAW MEREWETHER, R.A.

TH 13 HON. SIR EDWARD DKAS-THOMSON, C.B., K.CM.G

WIT,MAM CHARLES WENTWORTH.

THE HON. SIR WILLIAM CHARLES WINDEYER,

M.A., LL.D., the First Graduate.

. REV. JOHN WOOLLEY, D.C.L.

REV. CHA TILES BADHAM, D.D.

THE HON. SIR WILLIAM MONTAGU MANNING,

LL.D., K.C.M.G.

> BIH CHARLES NICHOLSON, HART,, M,p" p.C.L.

J O J IN HUN HY CHA IMP.

1 . M - HON. SIR W. NORMAND MackAURINr M.A., M.p., hhiV., O'lmnoollor ot Kio Ul))yer»|tyi ,

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