Statutes and Ordinances of the University of Cambridge
Statute E
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Chapter XX


1. The rents of the chambers in the buildings known as Whewell’s Courts, which rents are part of the income of the trust created by the will of William Whewell, who died on 6 March 1866, shall be subject to the deduction by Trinity College of the amount of all rates, taxes, cost of repairs and other outgoings (including wages of porters and other servants of the College employed in or about the said buildings).

2. The net income of the trust shall be applied annually as follows, namely,

  1. (a)£150 shall be applied to the maintenance of scholarships in Trinity College;
  2. (b)the remainder shall be paid to the University and shall constitute a trust fund, which shall be used for one or more of the following purposes, namely, the remuneration of the Whewell Professor of International Law, the provision of Whewell Scholarships in International Law, and the furtherance in any other manner of the study of International Law.

3. The election to and tenure of the Whewell Professorship shall be governed by Statute C.

4. A Whewell Professor or Whewell Scholar shall have the right to be admitted a member of Trinity College on payment of the fees fixed for the time being for admission.

5. The Whewell Professor and any Whewell Scholar shall so long as he or she is a member of Trinity College have the right to be assigned a set of chambers in Whewell’s Courts on the terms of paying such rent and charges for services as are prescribed by the Council of the College from time to time and generally upon the like terms (as nearly as may be) and under the same rules as other chambers in the College are assigned to members thereof.