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In the first place, it may be remarked that some search would probably be required before the College was discovered. Even within the memory of living men it would have been almost possible for anyone to walk from where the Fitzwilliam stands to St. Sepulchre's Church, without catching sight of any College at all, except Pembroke. There was once a high wall in front of Peterhouse. Corpus was accessible or visible only by a passage past St. Bene't's Church. What is now King's Parade was a narrow street of lofty old houses, from the top stories of which, it used to be said, people might almost have shaken hands.
But, speaking generally, there can be little doubt, I think, that such a broad contrast as that sketched above is to be observed between the positions of the ancient and the modern members of such foundations. The recognition of this will help to explain much that may seem quaint, trivial and out of date in such a Commemoration service as you have listened to to-day. Try to picture to yourself what was part of the daily life of a student, say some four or five centuries ago. Poor he was of course: the whole foundation was miserably poor compared with an average monastery.
Address delivered in the College Chapel, after the Commemoration Service, Dec. ) I have now and then indulged the fancy, whether, — if some Supreme Power were to grant us for once the privilege of taking our holiday ramble, not to the place but to the time of our choice,—of spending a few weeks in this or that century according to our choice,—we should elect to go forwards or backwards. If we may indulge in such a freak of fancy, the preference would perhaps largely turn upon the question of temperament, and therefore to some extent upon that of age.