Larson does not explain that the vice-chancellor was spared in order to inculcate uncertainty.
And then the vice-chancellor, with the "pokers" and the preacher.
I met him at dinner at the vice-chancellor's, now I remember.
The early summer of 1838 was spent by the vice-chancellor and his family at Malvern.
The vice-chancellor is appointed from among the heads of houses, and the office is annual.
The vice-chancellor accordingly took the precaution of fixing a limit to the market prices.
In the evening we went to a large dinner at the invitation of the vice-chancellor.
After the vice-chancellor no officers are so much in evidence as the proctors.
We can picture to ourselves the butler's "Do you wish to see the vice-chancellor, sir?"
So arrayed, he returns for a low bow to the vice-chancellor, who touches his own mortar-board in response.