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Morris Bursary

Founded in 1877 under the will of Carolina Honoria Morris, widow of Professor James Morris of Mauritius, who bequeathed the Morris Library to the College

  1. A Bursary, known as the Morris Bursary, may be awarded when there is a vacancy.

  2. The Bursary is awarded by the Dean of Students on behalf of the Council.

  3. The value of the Morris Bursary is up to £400 a year.

  4. Candidates must be the sons or the daughters of deceased indigent professional men. They must not have completed their twentieth year on 1 July in the year in which the award is made. They need not be students of the College at the time of making application. Candidates whose means are limited, and whose high moral character is proved, will be preferred to all others.

  5. In all other respects the Regulations as to Bursary and Loan Funds apply.

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