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First published 1971 (DOST Vol. IV).

Magisteriall, a. [e.m.E. (1632) pertaining to a master or teacher, authoritative, med. L. magisterialis.] Of a Master of Arts. — c1646 Craufurd Edinb. Univ. 20.
[1600] 28 Julii Mr William Crage advanced the 12 classe to the magisteriall honour
Ib. 27.
[1607] the 20 classe … July 25 were manumitted with the magisteriall dignitie some 27 in number

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