cumma sum privilegia dignatates honors et insignia qua hic aut ushiam

22:07 Aug 3, 2020
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Latin term or phrase: cumma sum privilegia dignatates honors et insignia qua hic aut ushiam
This is a line from a diploma from Yale College in the 1830's (?)

The line I send follows these...

Kinney’s College Degree from Yale Translated

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PRAESES ET SOCII
"The president and fellows

Collegii Yalensis,
of Yale College

Novi Portus Connecticutensium,
New Haven, Connecticut.

Omnibus has literas perlecturis salutem.
To all who will read these letters, greetings

Sciatus Pandus quad Dom henricum KINNEY gradus
Gradus = step

_______(covered by ribbon) _PRIMI Candidatum Prases consentientbus Pocus P. Honorandis ar Reverendis. Tilulo
To the Best Degree Holder, the President in accordance with the honored and venerable…
Bill Gannon


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3with all of the privileges, stations, honors, and insignia, and the like, appertaining hereto
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with all of the privileges, stations, honors, and insignia, and the like, appertaining hereto


Explanation:
Alternative: with all of the privileges, positions, honors, and insignia, and the like, appertaining hereto.
Alternative 2: with all of the privileges, stations, honors, and insignia, and the like, appertaining thereto.
(I think dignatates should be dignitates, which I translate as "stations" or "positions" and I think ushiam should be etiam.)
I translated qua hic as appertaining hereto, or as appertaining thereto (hereto being this diploma, and thereto being the said degree being awarded).

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