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THE PRESENT MODE OF PUBLISHING THE
In Hilary Term, 1900, the Board arranged that in future the Calendar should consist of the following parts, and be published at the following dates :
VOL. I., to be published during the Long Vacation, and to contain full information as to the Ordinary and Honor Courses in Arts and in the Professional Schools, and to contain also the Undergraduate Ordinary Examination Papers.
VOL. II., to be published as soon as possible after the 1st of January in each year, and to contain :— the results of Ordinary and Honor Examinations held in Arts, and in the Professional Schools, and the Degrees conferred, during the past year; the additions to date of the lists in Vol. III. ; and the lists of—the Students on the College Books, the Senate, the University Electors, and the College Officers.
VOL. III., to be a Special Volume published from time to time as the Editor of the Calendar may think fit, and to contain the lists of Past Prizemen and Exhibitioners in Arts, and in the Professional Schools, of Graduates in Honors, of Honorary Degrees, of Degrees in the Professional Schools, of Provosts, Fellows, Scholars, Professors, Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors, and Representatives in Parliament, and of the Benefactors of Trinity College, all to be made as complete as possible. [This Volume was first published as Vol. 11. in 1901, and was republished as Vol. III. in 1906.]
THE SUPPLEMENT TO THE CALENDAR, to be published as soon as possible after the 1st of January, in each year, and to contain the Papers set at the Honor Examinations in Arts, and at the Examinations in the Professional Schools.
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