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Chapel Royal, Walcot Place.
„ 22, Edmund Goldsmith, aged 11, son of Jacob G., schoolmaster,

Charles Street.
„ 25. Charles (James) Jones, aged 11, son of John J., attorney,

Ludgate Hill.
„ 27. Samuel Viveash, aged 9, son of Simeon V., clothier,

Islington.



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Admitted.

Mar. 3. Charles Ramsbotliam, aged 9, son of John R., surgeon,

Paternoster Row.
April 2. Edward George Beckwith, aged 13, son of Edward James

B., rector of St. Albans, Wood Street.

Mugdaleu College, Oxon (Bible Clerk) ; B.A. 1818 ; M.A. 1823 ;
Minor Canon of Sjt. Paul's, 1826 ; Minor Canon of Wi-stminster ;
Rector of St. Michael's, Bassisliaw, London, 1835 ; died 1856.

„ 5. Thomas Charles Hudson, aged 8, son of Thomas Charles

H., clerk, Stangate Street, Lambeth.
„ 9. Arthur Steele, aged 8, son of John S., stockbroker, Albion

Street.

In the Vlllth Apposition, 1813-14.

J. J. Cory, Capitaneo.

Admitted February 6, 1801.

May 13. ^Jolm Knox Vade, aged 11, son of John V., druggist, Cornhill.
Admitted non-foundationer, Sep. 30, 1806 ; in the Vlllth Appo-
sition, 1814.

„ 20. William Burt, aged 8, son of William B., oil merchant,
162, Tooley Street.
June 9. Charles Barton, aged 11, son of Charles B., counsellor,
9, Carey Street.
„ 17. William Gurney, aged 12, son of William G., rector of
St. Clements Danes.

St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1816 ; M.A. 1818.
John Philhps Gurney, aged 11, son of William G., rector of
St. Clements Danes.

Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1834 ; Chaplain of
Black Chapel, Great Walthara, Essex ; Vicar of Great Canfield, Essex,
1822 ; Author of numerous tracts on the Apocalypse ; died c. 1872.

July 28. James Lansdown, aged 9, son of James L., attorney, Temple.

Aug. 8. James Bonner, aged 9, son of John B., sheriff's officer,
2, Wood Street, Spitalfields.
„ 19. Pigot Speneer Eugene Pemberton, aged 11, son of Henry

P., late M.P., Brompton Row.
„ 20. John Ivey Wadsworth, aged 11, son of John W., haber-
dasher, Smithfield.

Sep. 27. John James Dimes, aged 10, son of William D., attorney.
Tabernacle Walk.

Oct. 25. Robert William Urling, aged 12, son of late George U.,
Manor Street.

Nov. 3. Edward Morton, aged 9, son of John M., artist, Eaton
Street, Pimlico.

Campdeu Exhibitioner, 1818 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A.
(AV rangier), 1822 ; M.B. 1822 ; M.L. 1825 ; M.D. 1831.

„ 7. John Samuel Phillips, aged 9, son of Samuel P., officer.
Middle Temple.

Left 1814 ; Law Stationer ; ilemberof Metropolitan Board of Works,
1857, died 1879.

* Here the wording of the Presentation is to rank the boy in such Class (instead of
changed ; and the High Master is directed Form), as he shall think fit.



236 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1808

Admitted.

Nov. 12. Henry Lownds, aged 10, son of Thomas L., muslin

manufacturer, Wood Street.
„ 16. William Henry Smith, aged 12, son of Ralph S., horse

dealer, London Wall.
„ 28. William Finer, aged 10, son of William F., cabinet maker,

Camomile Street.
Dec. 2. William John Clayton, aged 13, son of — , (deceased), gent,

Abchurch Lane.
„ 5. Thomas Henry Jones, aged 10, son of John J., clerk,

Camden Town.

Injured his .spine in a trial of strengtli about the year 1812, and
died about 1819.

„ 14. Henry Richard Williams, aged 9, son of Peter W., straw

hat manufacturer, Ludgate Hill.
Frederic Silk, aged 13, son of — , bricklayer, Clerkenwell.
„ 20. John Bidden (Biddle), aged 13, son of Thomas B., button

maker, Drury Lane.

1809

Jan. 10. Frederic Price, aged 9, son of Robert P., callico printer.
Old Change.
„ 16. Francis Henry Ramsbotham, aged 8, son of John R.,
surgeon, 9, Old Jewry.

F.R.C.P. 1845.

„ 20. Thomas Hacket, aged 13, son of William H., Nicholas

Lane.
„ 23. William Harding, aged 11, son of William H., clerk,
Bermondsey Square.
Samuel Goujon, aged 13, son of Samuel G., hat manu-
facturer, Newgate Street.
„ 26. Richard Thompson, aged 13, son of Richard T., assay
office. Goldsmith's Hall, London Road.
Joseph Dare, aged 11, son of George D., ivory turner, Carey
Lane, Forster Lane.
„ 28. *William Singleton Folgham, aged 13, son of the late

— F., of Union Place, Lambeth.
„ 31. William John Byam, aged 9, son of late William B., 39,
Bucklersbury.
John William Fisher Curtis, aged 10, son of John C,
proctor. Great Knightrider Street.
Feb. 10. Thomas Metcalfe Currie, age 9, son of James C, merchant,
John Street, America Square.
Milford William Edwards, aged 13, son of Thomas E., coal
merchant, 25, Dean Street, Tooley Street.
„ 16. Alexander Drummond, aged 13, son of Alexander D., lottery

office keeper, Fleet Street.
„ 21. Robert Holland, age 12, son of Robert H,, clerk, Hoxton.
Edward Holland, aged 11, son of Robert H., clerk, Hoxton.



l8o9] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL 237

A dmitted.

March 1. Isaac Mead (Meade), aged 11, son of Isaac M., clerk. Bow
Churchyard.
„ 4. Sotherton Backler, aged 10, son of Sotherton B., navy
accountant. Apothecaries Hall.

Pauline E.xhibitioner, 1817 ; St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A.
1822; M.A. 184^; Rector of Blatlierwyke, Northants, 1838, and
Rural Dean ; died c. 1876.

Samuel Hallett, aged 11, son of Samuel H., farmer, West
Chilboro, Dorset.

Died 1818.

„ 9. Robert Banks, aged 10, son of late Robert, shoemaker, 297,

Oxford Street.
„ 13. Henry George Dalley, aged 9, son of Francis M. D., lace

manufacturer, 17, Lawrence Lane.
Philip James Lovegrove, age 10, son of Philip L., gi'ocer,

Windsor.
„ 27. Peter Palmer, aged 10, son of Peter P., tea dealer, 71,

Leather Lane.

G. Salmon, Capitanco.

Admitted August 19, 1806.

May 2. Draper B. Woodward, aged 9, son of Samuel W., 8, Fleet
Street.
„ 8. Francis Goode, aged 11, son of Francis G., Rector of
St. Anns, Blackfriars.

Captain 1815-16: Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge,
Perry Exhibitioner, 1818-23 ; Bell Scholar, 1817 ; B.A. (7th Wriing-
ler), 1820 ; M.A. Fellow of Trinity: took orders and went to India
in the service of the Church ^Missionary Society.

„ 5. Richard Peter Wilson, aged 12, son of Peter W., cook,
218, White Cross Street, Finsbury Square.

„ 8. William Iliff, aged 11, son of William I., surgeon,
5, Houodsditch.
Frederick Iliff, aged 9, son of William I., surgeon. Hounds-
ditch.

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1826 ; D.D. 1838;
Vicar of Galeforth, Yorks, 1862 ; Editor of Biblia Ecclcmc Polyglotta ;
Eexapla Paaltcr ; died c. 1868.

„ 2G. AVilliam Wildes, aged 15, son of Thomas W,, attorney,
Maidstone, Kent.

B. Keen, Capitaneo.

Admitted July 31, 1804.

July 24. George Miller, aged 13, son of George M., wine merchant.

King Street, Bloomsbury.
„ 27. Benjamin Smedley, aged 11, son of John S., attorney.

Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell.
„ 29. John Minors, aged 9, son of Daniel M. (deceased), Great

Ormond Street,



238 SOHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1809

AdmiUed.

AuCT. 4. Richard Hisjcrs, asjed 14, sou of Ricliard H., "ent, North-
ockingdon Hall, Essex.
„ 7. John Wescott Keeton, aged 11, son of Thomas K., carpenter

and builder, Castle Street, Oxford Market.
„ 10. William Gilbee, aged 10, son of James G., gent. West

Thorock, Essex.
„ 18. George Malcolm, aged 10, son of James M., land agent,

Holborn Court, Grays Inn.
„ 22. George Viveash, aged 8, son of Simeon V., clothier, Islington.
Sep. 25. Henry James Norris, aged 13, son of James N., wine;

merchant, Bury Place, Bloomsbury.
Oct. 1. Langston Ollivant, aged 11, son of WilliamO., Navy Office,
Smith Street, Northampton Square.
Alfred Ollivant, aged 11, son of William 0., Navy Office,
Smith Street, Northampton Square.

Captain 1816-17 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambriilo;p,
Perry Exhibitioner, 1819-1824; Craven Scholar, 1820; B.A. (6th
Wrangler) 1821 ; Chancellor's Medallist, 1821 ; Tyrwhitt's Scholar,
1822 ; Members' Prize, 1822-1823; Fellow of Trinity, M.A. 1824;
B.D. and D.D. 1836 ; Vice-Principal of Lampeter, 1827-1843 ; Eegins
Professor of Divinity, Cambridge, 1843-1850 ; Bishop of Llandaff,
1849 ; author of an Analysis of the Text of the Hifstory of Joseph,
1828 ; and numerous tracts and episcopal charges ; died Dec. 16, 1882.
First President of the " Old Pauline Club."

„ 2. Richard Buckle Hennah, aged 7, son of Henry H., clerk at

Twinings, Arundel Street, Strand.
„ 9. James Cathcart, aged 13, son of Peter C, law stationer,
Chancery Lane.
Robert Cathcart, aged 9, son of Peter C, law stationer,
Chancery Lane.
,, 31. William Evans Burton, aged 7, son of George B., printer,
Fetter Lane.
Nov. 10. John Thomas Robinson, aged 12, son of John R., lawyer,

Peacock Street.
Dec. 6. George Hallam, aged 11, son of George H., wine merchant,
Old Street.
„ 18. Alexander John Mulholland, aged 8, son of John M.,
architect, Lambeth.

1810

Jan. 9. James Spark, aged 11, son of James S., druggist, Doctors

Commons.
„ 16. William Thomas Horatio Nile Nelson Hicks, aged 11, son

of John H., late of Wycombe, Bucks.
„ 22. Henry James Hastings, aged 11, son of James H., rector

of Martley, Worcester.

Captain 181 4-15 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinitv College, Cambridge,
Perry Exhibitioner, 1816-19; Scholar of Trinitv, B.A. (Senior Op.)
1819; M.A. 1822; Rector of Areley Kings, Worcester, 1831-56;
Rector of Martley, Worcester, 1856 ; Rural Dean, Hon. Canon of
Worcester, 1848 ; died, 1875 ; author of Parochial Sermons, 1845-46,
and other tracts and sermons.



iSio] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 239



Admitted.

Jan. 23. Benjamin John Allingham, aged 10, son of Benjamin A.,
sheriff's officer, Gough S(]uare.
„ 24'. John Powell, aged 14, son of John P., Comedian, Drury

Lane Company, Adelphi.
„ 29. William Finley, aged 11, son of John F., broker, Melford
Suffolk.
Feb. 12. James Doughty, aged 11, son of John D., coal merchant,
Broseley, Shropshire.
John Boote James, aged 10, son of William J., suro-eon,
Gerard Street, Leicester Square.
,, 22. *Samuel Piatt, aged 13, son of — , lawyer, Blackfriars.
„ 28. William Wilkinson, aged 13, son of Lawrence W., attorney,
Rolls Buildings.
Mar. 5. Benjamin Treasure, aged 11, son of Isaac T., printer,
Charles Street, Covent Garden.
„ 17. Robert Davy, aged 8, son of Robert D., barber, Saffron Hill.
„ 21<. William Palfrey, aged 10, son of William P., bricklayer,
Cambridge.

In the Ylllth, 1810.

„ 26. Francis Walsh, aged 10, son of Francis W., Bartholomew
Close.

Captain, 1817-18 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam-
bridge ; B.A. 1822.

Benjamin Wilham Weeding, aged 11, son of James W,,
steward of Furnivals Inn.

Panline Exhibitioner, 1819 ; Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1824.

„ 29. Robert Ford, aged 11, son of Robert F., clerk, Pentonville.

Apr. 4. William King, aged 11, son of William K. , tinman. Union

Court, Holborn Hill.

„ 7. George Thomas James Scott, aged 10, son of George S.,

flour factor. Old London Street.
„ 14. James Hawkings, aged 10, son of James H., clerk. Cross

Street, Blackfriars.
„ 30. John Dudclell, aged 11, son of Richard Middleton D.,
apothecary, Bures, Suffolk.
May 21. Henry Dannenberger, aged 18, son of Benedict D., book
keeper. Tabernacle Walk.
„ 23. George Wilson Prince, aged 14, son of William P. {deceased),
Kenninghall.
June 5. Erasmus Ollivant, aged 7, son of William 0., Navy Office,
Dyers Buildings, Holborn.
Died young.

William Solory Grey, aged 7, son of James G., grocer. Cock
Hill, Ratchff.
„ G. Thomas Woodward Gardner, aged 11, son of Thomas G.,
clergyman, Willen, Bucks.

Christ Church, Oxford; B.A. 1822; Vicar of Ashcndon with
Dorton, Bucks, 1845 ; ? died 1871.

„ 11. Henry Stokes, aged 11, son of John S., printer. Hind Court,
Fleet Street.



2-10 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1810



B. Keen, Capitaneo.

Admitted July 31, 1804.
Admitted.

July 11. George Henry Davidson, aged 10, son of George D., printer,
Boswell Court.
„ 16. Edward Marklow Hunt, aged 10, son of James H., attorney,

Surrey Street, Strand.
„ 18. Samuel Harton, aged 8, son of Samuel H., collector, Hyde
Street, Bloom sbury.

Became master of a private School ; was living in 1879.

„ 21. John Young McFarlane, aged 13, son of Andrew M., book-
binder, Poppins Court, Fleet Street.
„ 24. John Thomas Gurney, aged 10, son of Robert G. (deceased),
Shoemaker Row, Blackfriars.
James Buncombe, aged 11, son of Brandreth D., chymist,
Fleet Street.
Oct. 2. William Robinson Chamberlain, aged 10, son of —
(deceased), artist, City Road.
Humphrey Jackson Chamberlain, aged 10, son of —

(deceased), artist, City Road.
James Charles Jackson Chamberlain, aged 9, son of —
(deceased), artist, City Road.
,, 3. Edward Spencer, aged 11, son of Edward S., stock broker,

Perceval Street, Goswell Street.
„ 8. Ephraim Hemings Snoad, aged 11, son of George S., grazier,
Brenzett, Kent.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1817 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ;
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1817 ; B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 1825; said to have been
musical and played the flute ; became crippled in both legs.

„ 10. Richard Ryan, aged 11, son of Richard R., bookseller,

Oxford Street.
Robert Fleming, aged 8, son of Hudson F., clerk, Allen

Street, Goswell Street.
„ 19. John Wilson Allen, aged 8, son of Joseph W., writing

master, Lambeth.
Joseph William Allen, aged 7, son of Joseph W., writing

master, Lambeth.
,, 20. William Henry James, aged 8, son of Samuel J., laceman.

Bridge Street, Blackfriars.
„ 22. George Andrew Currie, aged 10, son of James C, merchant,

John Street, America Square.
,, 23. Edward Pritchett, aged 9, son of Edward P., Camden Town.
, 24. Henry Bays, aged 13, son of Thomas B., hosier, Cam-
bridge.
„ 28. William John Hill, aged 14, son of Richard H., attorney,

Chancery Lane.
Richard George Hill, aged 9, son of Richard H., attorney,

Chancery Lane.
„ 30. James Howorth, aged 17, son of John H., bookkeeper,

York Street, St. James's.



iSio] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 241

Admitted.

Nov. 20. George Henry Pettigrew, aged 12, son of Thomas P.,
apothecaiy, Fleet Street.
John Colley Taunton, aged 9, son of John T., surgeon,

Greville Street, Hatton Garden.
Arthur Taunton, a^d 7, son of John T., surgeon, Greville
Street, Hatton Garden.
„ 22. George Sael, aged 13, son of George S. (deceased), book-
seller, Strand.
„ 26. David Reid, aged 11, son of William K, watchmaker,
Rosoman Street.
Francis Henry Jackson, aged 8, son of Thomas J., surgeon,
Old Street.

1811

Jan. 9. John George Armitage, aged 11, son of William A., gent,
Herefordshire.
„ 10. Baker Peter Smith, aged 10, son of Thomas S., St. Paul's
Churchyard.

At first a solicitor ; afterwards called to the Bar (Middle Temple),
1853 ; Author of Life of Sellon, &c.

„ 16. Hugh Henry Powell, aged 13, son of Watkin P., surgeon,
Rhydycair, Radnor.

,, 17. Charles Davidson, aged 9, son of George D., printer, Bos-
well Court, Fleet Street.

„ 18. George Hinds, aged 11, son of John H., physician, Margaret
Street, Cavendish Square,
John Thomas Hinds, aged 10, son of John H., physician,
Margaret Street, Cavendish Square.

Canipden Exhibitioner, 1818 ; Trinity College, Camhridiie ;
B.A. 1823 ; M. A. 1832 ; Eector of Pulham, Dorset ; died circa 1874.

„ 28. John Moody Hill, aged 13, son of Joseph H., attorney, Rood

Lane, Fenchurch Street.
Joseph Smith Hill, aged 9, son of Joseph H., attorney, Rood

Lane, Fenchurch Street.
„ 31. John Henry Acott, aged 11, son of Christopiier A.,

auctioneer. Barbican.
Feb. 6. Thomas Edlyne Tomlin, aged 7, son of Alfred T., clerk in

the Irish Exchequer Office, Paradise Row, Lambeth.
,, 7. Charles Edward Twallin, aged 10, son of James T., master

of the Bell Sauvage Inn.
„ 14. Rise William Robinson, aged 11, son of John R., innkeeper.

Angel Street, St. Martins-le-Grand.
,, 28. Peter Cathcart, aged 8, son of Peter Hawke, law stationer.

Chancery Lane.
Mar. 9. Trajan Augustus Wallis, aged 11, son of Robert W., iron-
monger. Brook Street, Holborn.
„ 19. Henry Ritchie, aged 12, son of Hugh R., cabinet maker,

Brownlow Street, Holborn.



242 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [i8n

AdmUted.

A^v. 13. Henry Sutherland Morris, aged 9, son of Thomas M.,
apothecary, Chandos Street.
„ 17. Frederick Cookney, aged 7, son of Charles C, attorney.
Castle Street, Holborn.



A. Gordon, Cajntanco.

Admitted May 6, 1806.

May 22. John Carsten Hesse, aged 11, son of Gabriel H., sugar
broker, St. Georges Place East.
John Hurle, aged 8, son of John H., surveyor, Devonshire
Street, Queens Square.
, 25. John Chandler, aged 13, son of Philip Tibbs (deceased),
Paradise Street.
June 7. Joseph Holt, aged 9, son of Joseph H., clerk, Stone Street.
„ 12, James Crozier, aged 8, son of Ralph C, surveyor, Granville

Street.
„ 14. Henry Couchman Jones, aged 8, son of Stephen J., author,

Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street.
„ 17. Robert Taylor, aged 11, son of Aldwell T., colonel,

oth Madras N.I., India.
„ 25. George Frederick Valentine, aged 11, son of Charles V.,
japanner, St. James Walk, Clerkenwell.
July 1. Thomas Backham, aged 10, son of Thomas B., surgeon,
Ratcliffe.
„ 6. James Burn, aged 9, son of Robert B., clerk in the East
India House, Hanover Street, Hanover Square.

Left in 1816 or 1817 ; entered E.I.C's. home service ; died 1861.

George Burn, aged 8, son of Robert B., clerk in the East
India House, Hanover Street, Hanover Square.

Left in 1818 ; entered the Madras Army ; retired as Major-
General after forty years' service in India.

„ 8. Wasey Sterry, aged 11, son of Benjamin S., attorney,
Romford.
James Higgs, aged 9, son of Richard H., gent, North
Ockendon Hall, Essex.
Sept. 20. Simeon John Boileau, aged 11, son of Thomas B., of Fort
William, Bengal ; Bury St. Edmunds.

Captain, 1818-19 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam-
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1820-24; B.A. (Junior Op. "Wooden
Spoon ") 1823.

„ 24. Octavius Eriington Johnson, aged 13, son of Robert J.,
gent, Finchley.
Osmond Price, aged 9, son of Robert P., calico printer. Old

Change.
Charles Herbert Graves aged 8, son of John G., clerk,
Angel Court, Throgmorton Street.
„ 25. Charles George Miller, aged 13, son of Charles M., tailor,
Surrey Street, Strand.



iSii] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 243

Admitted.

Sept. 25. George Alexander Miller, aged 7, son of Charles M., Surrey
Street, Strand.
„ 26. William Lewis Hind, aged 8, son of Samuel H., printer,

Plumber Court, Holbora.
„ 28. James Muzio, ag.ed 11, son of Angel M., silk merchant,
High Holborn.
Of the Guarantee Society, Birchin Lane, Cornliill.

„ 80. Thomas Horn, aged 11, son of Thomas H. {deceased),

Skinner Street.
Oct. 8. *Eichard Spencer, aged 13, son of — , solicitor Lamb's

Conduit.
„ 21. John Gore, aged 11, son of Israel G., gent, of the Chapel

Royal, Lambeth.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1820, Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1824 ;
Minor Canon of Windsor, 1829 ; Vicar of Shalbourne, Berks, 1842-
1872 ; author of Scripture Narratives in Verse, 1853.

Nov. 18. Henry Spencer, aged 11, son of Richard Leigh S., solicitor.
Lambs Conduit Street.
Oliph Spencer, aged 11, son of Richard Leigh S., solicitor.
Lambs Conduit Street.
„ 19. Thomas Cecil Andrews, aged 8, son of Thomas A., linen
draper, Ludgate Street.
Dec. 13. Henry Hayes Fizard, aged 9, son of Henry F., attorney,
Weymouth.

This name appears as Tizard in the list in Ackerman (1816).

Edward Hailstone, aged 10, son of John H., umbrella
maker, Bartletts Buildings, Holborn.



1812

Jan. 14. *Thomas Piatt, aged 11, son of — , lawyer, Blackfriars.

Left in 1.816 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1826; author of
Law of Covenants, 1829; Law of Leases, 1847.

„ 16. *Henry Edgley, aged 14, son of — , coal merchant, Earl

Street, Blackfriars.
*George Edgley, aged 13, son of ■ — , coal merchant. Earl

Street, Blackfriars.
„ 28. George Horatio Street, aged 11, son of Philip S., publisher

of the Times, Hind Court, Fleet Street.
„ 29. Thomas Frederic Taylor, aged 11, son of Thomas Budjon,

gent, Canterbury Buildings.
Feb. 1, Edward Delraar, aged 15, son of Charles D., brewer,

Canterbury.
„ 3. Samuel James Weldon, aged 10, son of Samuel George W.

{deceased), Elizabeth Street, Hackney Road.
„ 13. James Burleigh Leighton, aged 11, son of Thomas L., vicar

of Chigwell, Essex.
„ 17. William Nethersole, aged 12, son of William N., attorney,

Essex Street, Strand,

r2



244 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1812

A (bnittcd.

Feb. 17. Joseph Edward Kensit, aged 11, son of Henry K., attorney,
Greville Street, Hatton Garden.

Left in 1814; Solicitor; in the Six Clerks Office in Chancery;
died 1854.

„ 18. George Augustus Harries, aged 11, son of Samuel H., gent,

Trevaccon, Pembroke.
„ 2.5. John Dangerfield, aged 11, son of John D., farmer, Dagen-

ham, Essex.
Mar. 2. Thomas Flint, aged 11, son of Thomas F., uj)holsterer,

Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury.
„ 5. Joseph Deare, aged 8, son of Edward D., solicitor. Bridge-
water Square, Barbican.
„ 11. James Slatford Vale, aged 7, son of Isaac V., stockbroker,

Bishopsgate Without.
„ 12. John Gl3^un, aged 9, son of John G., agent, Bells Buildings,

Salisbury Square.
„ 21. John Sidney Farrell (Fielding), aged 11, son of G. J. M.

F., gent, Tufton Street, Westminster.
J. S. F. in the Register ; in the Presentation J. S. Farrell Fielding ;

he appears as Farrell to the 1812 list.

„ 25. Lawrence Gwynne, aged 10, son of Lawrence G., astronomer
Christs Hospital.

Captain, 1819-20 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam-
bridge, 1820 ; B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828.

AjDr. 13. Henry Nethersole, aged 10, son of William N., attorney,
Essex Street, Strand.

„ 17. John Penny, aged 11, son of Thomas P., laceman, Ci'own
Court, Cheapside.

„ 2-i. Edward Watson Whitaker, aged 10, son of John W., music-
seller, St. Paul's Churchyard.



J. Cooper, Capitaneo.

Admitted August 11, 1804.

June 5. William Friend Lemaitre, aged 9, son of Paul Thomas L.,

vender of the patent cooking apparatus, Castle Street,

Holborn.
„ 15. Charles Henry Johnson, aged 11, son of Henry J., gent,

East India House.
Aug. 10. Joseph Smith Harrison, aged 9, son of Joseph H., insurance

broker, Cheapside.
„ 14. John Brathwaite Taylor, aged 11, son of Aldurle T., colonel

in E.I.C.S., East Indies.
„ 17. George Thompson, aged 11, son of Joseph T., verger,

Doctors Commons.
James Allen, aged 9, son of George A., auctioneer, Thaives

Inn.
„ IS. George John Everald Brannen, aged 9, son of George B.,

conveyancer, New Inn.



i8i2] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 245

Adiiiittcd.

Aug. 19. William Henry Rose, aged 8, son of John R., attorney,
Grays Inn.
Thomas Bailey Rose, aged 7, son of John R., attorney,
Grays Inn.
Sept. 4. Henry Rees, aged 9, son of George R., i^hysician, Finsbury
Square. "

William Rees, aged 8, son of George R., physician, Finsbury
Square.
„ 21. Owen William Jones, aged 7, son of Stephen J., silk
manvifacturer, St. Paul's Churchyard.
Oct. 6. George Lovegrove, aged 12, son of John L., clerk, Pimlico.
„ 8. William Walter, aged 14, son of Wilham W., sheriffs officer,

Little Charlotte Street, Blackfriars Ruad.
„ 9. George Edward Octavius Ives, aged 11, son of Thomas I.,

surgeon, Chertsey, Surry.
„ 10. Thomas Grissell, aged 11, son of Thomas Le Garde G.,
clerk. East India House, Tyson Place, Kingsland Road.
„ 15. James Gowers, aged 10, son of James William G., con-
veyancer, Spa Road, Islington.
Nov. 4. William Hugh Miller, aged 9, son of William M., shoe
maker, City Road.
„ 11. Augustus Radelitfe, aged 10, son of John R., watch-cap
maker, Coppice Row, Cold Bath Fields.
Dec. 7. Charles Clark Watson, aged 9, son of Charles W., teacher,
New North Street.

1813

Jan. 13. Samuel Yates, aged 8, son of Francis Y., druggist, King
Street, Holborn.
„ 19. William Thomas Spencer, aged 9, son of Richard Leigh,

solicitor, Lambs Conduit Street.
„ 25. Robert Hart Pike, aged 10, son of John P., innkeeper, Old

Bailey.
„ 27. Richard Porter, aged 11, son of Richard P., dentist, St.
Martins Court.
*John Watson Skinner Cosier, aged 15, son of — , grocer,
Sun-ey Street, Strand.
„ 29. Wilham Chilton, aged 13, son of George C, solicitor,
Chancery Lane.
Henry Charles Chilton, aged 10, son of George C, solicitor,
Chancery Lane.
Feb. 1. Joseph Burchell, aged 11, son of Joseph B., attorney,
Duchess Street, Portland Place.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1819 ; Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1823.

Anthony Rich, aged 9, son of Anthony R., solicitor, Hendon.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1821 ; Caius College, Cambridge; B A. 1825 ;
author oi Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities.



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