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1839 Laws Of Middlebury College, ch. 7, §§ 1, 11.

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  • 1839
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"CHAPTER VII.
OF CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS.

    1. If any student shall be guilty of blasphemy, or robbery, fornication, theft, forgery, duelling, or any other crime for which an infamous punishment may be inflicted by the laws of the State, he shall be expelled...

    11. No student is allowed to keep any kind of fire-arms or gunpowder in his room or in any part of the College buildings, nor to fire a gun or pistol within or near said buildings."

Full Text: 1839, Middlebury College


The Laws Of Middlebury College (Middlebury, VT: People's Press, 1839), 16-18. Chapter 7—Of Crimes and Misdemeanors, §§ 1, 11.