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Hulʹsean Lectures

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Instituted by the Rev. John Hulse, of Cheshire, in 1777. Every year some four or six sermons are preached at Great St. Mary’s, Cambridge, by what is now called the Hulsean Lecturer, who, till 1860, was entitled the Christian Advocate. Originally twenty sermons a year were preached and afterwards printed under this benefaction.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Hugin and Munin [mind and memory]
Hugo
Hugon (King)
Huguenot (U-gŭe-no)
Hulda [the Benignant]
Hulk
Hulking
Hull
Hull Cheese
Hullabaloo
Hulsean Lectures
Hum and Haw (To)
Huma (The)
Human Race (h soft)
Human Sacrifice
Humanitarians
Humanities or Humanity Studies
Humber
Humble Bee
Humble Cow (A)
Humble Pie

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Hulsean Lectures