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The Rev. Thomas SEATON, M.A., late Fellow of Clare Hall, bequeathed to the University the rents of his Kislingbury estate, now producing clear £40 per annum, to be given yearly to that Master of Arts who shall write the best English Poem on a sacred subject. The Vice-Chancellor, the Master of Clare Hall, and the Greek Professor (who are the disposers of this premium) determine the subject, which is delivered out in January, and the Poem is to be sent to the ViceChancellor on or before the 29th of September following. The Poem is to be printed, and the expense deducted out of the product of the estate : the remainder is given as a reward to the composer.”

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