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" were at one time so famous for tea-drinking, that the Cam, which licks the very walls of the college, is said to have been absolutely rendered unnavigable with tea-leaves. — Alma Mater, Vol. II. p. 202. MAX. Abbreviated for maximum, greatest. At Union... "
Alma Mater, Or, Seven Years at the University of Cambridge - Sivu 201
tekijä(t) John Martin Frederick Wright - 1827
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Alma mater; or, Seven years at the University of Cambridge. By a Trinity-man ...

John Martin F. Wright - 1827
...the number of LIVINGS is Six. From the number and value of the SCHOLARSHIPS at this college, itmight be inferred that Magdalene was almost the best college...famous for Tea-drinking, that the Cam, which licks f J Tit modem mm «f f . T KMt. ^ titcir ccipioct ii IJiTf DOWNING COLLEGET-.at coi'^ey-e. foonAeA...

A Collection of College Words and Customs ...

Benjamin Homer Hall - 1851 - 319 sivua
...The name by which Magdalen College, Cambridge, England, is always known and spoken of by Englishmen. The " Maudlin Men " were at one time so famous for...been absolutely rendered unnavigable with tea-leaves. — Alma Mater, Vol. II. p. 202. MAX. Abbreviated for maximum, greatest. At Union College, he who receives...

A collection of college words and customs ...

Benjamin Homer Hall - 1851 - 319 sivua
...The name by which Magdalen College, Cambridge, England, is always known and spoken of by Englishmen. The " Maudlin Men " were at one time so famous for...been absolutely rendered unnavigable with tea-leaves. — Alma Mater, Vol. II. p. 202. MAX. Abbreviated for maximum, greatest. At Union College, he who receives...

A collection of college words and customs [by B.H. Hall].

Benjamin Homer Hall - 1851
...The name by which Magdalen College, Cambridge, England, is always known and spoken of by Englishmen. The " Maudlin Men " were at one time so famous for...absolutely rendered unnavigable with tea-leaves.— Alma Mater, Vol. II. p. 202. MAX. Abbreviated for maximum, greatest. At Union College, he who receives...

A History of the University of Cambridge: 1750-1870

Damian Riehl Leader, Victor Morgan, Peter Searby - 1988 - 797 sivua
...Magdalene's special piety had long departed and that wine was now drunk there as copiously as anywhere else, 'the "Maudlin men" were, at one time, so famous for...to have been absolutely rendered unnavigable with Tea-leaves'.29 25 Quoted in Walsh, 'Magdalene Evangelicals', p. 506. 26 Quoted in Walsh, 'Magdalene...
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Cambridge: A Cultural and Literary History

Martin Garrett - 2004 - 266 sivua
...humour". One form this took was digging holes in the ice for skaters to fall into. Magdalene College "The 'Maudlin Men' were, at one time, so famous for...absolutely rendered unnavigable with Tea-leaves." Thus, in 1827, JMF Wright of Trinity caricatured the Evangelical and teetotal fervour of a number of...
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