Vice-Chancellor: Robe and trencher the same as the Chancellor’s, but trimmed with silver in place of gold.
Rector: Black silk gown, with crimson silk velvet sleeves; the gown is trimmed round the collar and down the front edges with broad gold lace, and the sleeves round the bottom with narrower gold lace. Black silk velvet trencher, with gold button and tassel.
Principal: Mauve corded silk robe trimmed with velvet to match. Black silk velvet trencher, with gold button and tassel.
Members of the University Court: Black silk robe, open sleeves, with gold frog on each sleeve.
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