Statutes and Ordinances of the University of Cambridge
Statute E
pp. 44–45

Chapter XXXIV


1. This Statute shall be for the University of Cambridge and for Emmanuel College in common.

2. There shall be established as heretofore in the University of Cambridge a Professorship to be called the Dixie Professorship of Ecclesiastical History.

3. The Professor shall comply with the provisions of the Statutes of the University relating to the duties of Professors.

4. The election to the Professorship shall be in accordance with the provisions of University Statute C XI 3, the Master of Emmanuel College being added to the Board of Electors as therein defined; provided that if the Mastership of Emmanuel College be vacant, or if the Master be also a candidate for the Professorship, the senior member of the Governing Body of Emmanuel College who is not a candidate shall take the Master’s place on the Board; provided also that if the Master of Emmanuel College or the senior member of the Governing Body as aforesaid at any time be in any other capacity a member of the Board, such person shall not on that ground have two votes.

5. The Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History shall by virtue of admission to the Professorship, without need of any further election, be entitled to admission to the Professorial Fellowship permanently associated under the provisions of Statute XIX, Section 5 [of the College Statutes] with the tenure of the Dixie Professorship at Emmanuel College (except during any period for which the said Professorship shall be held by the Head of any College in Cambridge) upon making the declaration required under the provisions of Statute XXII [of the College Statutes] to be made by other Fellows of the College, and shall be entitled (subject to the provisions of Statute XXV [of the College Statutes]) to hold the said Fellowship while continuing to hold the office of Dixie Professor, but no longer.

6. In respect of the Professorial stipend of the Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History the College shall pay to the University in each quarter of the financial year the sum of one hundred and ninety- two pounds and fifty pence (which sum shall include the contribution due in respect of superannuation) out of the general revenue of the College.

7. From such sum as shall in each year be authorized to be levied by the University from the College in accordance with the Statutes of the University for contributions of Colleges for University purposes, the College shall be entitled to deduct annually the sum of three hundred and fifty pounds on account of the payment made by the College in respect of the Dixie Professor.

8. For any period during which this Professorship shall be vacant there shall be a pro rata diminution of the amount payable under Section 6 of this Statute, and also a pro rata diminution of the deduction made under Section 7 of this Statute from the College’s contribution to the University.