The Dudleian lecture was started in the early part of the last century, and takes its name from that of its founder. His purpose was to denounce the Roman Catholic Religion, but this idea was dropped long ago. There were to be four lectures a year on subjects laid down in the trust deed. Later these four lectures were spread over as many years, and this plan is still in operation.
The Dudleian Lecture.
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