THE BLACK BOOK OF KING'S COLLEGE
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Book of Misdemeanours
in King's College
The first of the Kind beginning
in the year 1771
Book of Misdemeanors
Jan. &. Feb. 1771.
confined to College for taking Tea-cups out of
another student's room, and denying that they
knew anything of them.—N.B. Shreeve the
< restored.> liberated.
reprimanded publicly at a Visitation for having
come thro' a Hole in the College-fence, at 12.
o'clock at Night.
Mar. 27. & 28. At a Visitation.
Shreeve suspended by y^ Committee for wilfully absent¬
ing himself the second afternoon of examina¬
tion—suspended till the next general Meeting
[p. 5] June 22"^ 1771.
Skene suspended by the President for coming over the College-
fence at V2 P^st II. o'clock, last Night.
1 Rev. Thomas Shreve, B.A. 1773, M.A. 1776, died 1816.
2 Isaac Abrahams, B.A. 1774.
3 Cornelius Bogert, B.A. 1773 (1754-1832), lawyer [N. Y. Geneal and Biog. Record,
* Andrew Skene, B.A. 1772 (1753-1826), Brigade-Major and Captain of Dragoons in
the British Army [A^. Y. Geneal. and'Biog.Record, XXV\, 123].