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May 20. Edward Dod Colville, aged 12, son of Edward Dod C,

Deputy Register of Chancery, Charlotte Street, Portland

Place.
June 8. Charles Toogood, aged 9, son of Jonathan T., surgeon,

Bridgewater, Somerset.
„ 25. Francis White Merewether, aged 8, son of Henry Alworth

M., barrister. Chancery Lane.

J. H. Stone, Capitanco.

Admitted August 23, 1813.

July 15. James Tnnes, aged 9, son of Charles I., linen draper,

No. 80, Hatton Garden.
Sept. 4. Robert Anstruther, aged 9, son of Robert Lindsay A.,
Lt.-Col. Bengal Native Cavalry, Reading, Berks.
„ 17. Joel Abraham Knight, aged 8, son of John Christopher K.,
surgeon, 17, Finsbury Place South.
Henry Green, aged 11, son of Henry G., Kensington.

Son of Henry G., of Egwood, co. Hereford, and Anna Hilton his
wife ; admitted Sizar, ]\Iagdalene College, Cambridge, July 4, 1830,
aged 20 ; B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1837.

„ 20. Edmund Morewood, aged 9, son of George M., merchant.

No. 5, Pancras Lane, Queen Street.
„ 25. Edmund Goolden, aged 8, son of Richard G., surgeon.

Maidenhead, Berks.

King's College, London; surgeon (not in practice) ; died April 4, 1847.

„ 28. William Holden, aged 9, son of William Rose H., clergy-
man, Worcester.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1831 ; "Worcester College, Oxford ; B.A. 1834 ;
M.A. 1837.

Oct. 3. Stephen Charles Venour, aged 9, son of John V., clergy-
man, Bourton, Warwick.

Admitted solicitor; practised in London ; died 1859.

„ 5. Henry Berthon, aged 11, son of Benjamin B., coal merchant,

18, Mecklenburgh Square.
„ 16. Edward Venn Musgrave, aged 9, son of Thomas Cecil M.,

coal merchant, Cal thorp Cottage, Chelsea.
„ 24. George Warren Watts Firth, aged 9, son of William F.,

Serjeants Inn.

.M". K.C.S. England, 1S36 ; Fellow, 1845 : practised at Nonvich.



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Admitted.

Oct. 31. Hubert Deane Nind, aged 13, son of — , clergyman, Have
Hatch, Berks.

Left in 1826 ; entered St. George's Hospital, London, but did not
complete his course ; died 187i.

Nov. 18. George Barrow Morewood, aged 11, son of George M.,
merchant, 5, Eancras Lane, Queen Street.
Edward Samuel Lewis, aged 12, son of — , esquire,
Westerham, Kent.

Christ Church, Oxford ; B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1838.
Augustus Adam Bagshawe, aged 7, son of Sir William
Chambers B., bart., Bath.

Left in 1828 ; St. George's Hospital (four and a half years) ; Corpus
Christi College, Cambridge (Scholar) ; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1837 ;
B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Wormhill, Derby, 1843 ; Rural Dean
of Buxton.

1823

Jan. 29. Charles Twissleton Alstone (Alston), aged 11, son of Sir
Charles A., baronet, Stafford.

Left about 1831 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Stock Exhi-
bitioner, 1831 ; died at College, 1834.

Feb. 5. John Charles Langmore, aged 8, son of William L., M.D.,

1, King Street, Finsbury Square.

Left in Vlth Class, 1828 ; London Hospital and University College,
London; M.R.C.S. 1836; M.B. (London) 1842; F.R.C.S. 1858;
practised in Loudon.

„ 17. William Wilkinson, aged 11, son of — , gent, Montpellier,
South Lambeth.
Mar. 12. John Davies, aged 12, son of John D., gent, 2, Sidmouth
Place.

Left about 1826 ; became a Civil Engineer ; died at Manchester, 1862 ;
author of a book on Patents.

Thomas White Davies, aged 9, son of John D., gent,

2, Sidmouth Place.

Left in 1827 ; London University ; Commissioner of Taxes, 1865.
„ 13. George Frederick Felton, aged 7, son of George F., merchant,

8, Lawrence Poulteney Lane.
„ 14. Hudson Lowe Shawe, aged 7, son of John S., merchant,

Merton, Surrey.
„ 21. Mark Antony Saurin, aged 10, son of the Bishop of

Dromore, Palace, Uromore.
April 7. Thomas Gurney Goldsmith, aged 9, son of John G., chemist,

Bridge Street, Blackfriars.
„ 8. Spencer Hotchkin, aged 12, son of Lambert H., gent,

Kensington.

Solicitor ; died 1873.

May 27. Wilham Richard Bingley, aged 9, son of William B.
{deceased), clergyman, 2, Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury.

Trinity CoUege, Oxford ; B.A 1836.

June 2. Thomas William White, aged 11, son of — , Lt.-Col,
Hampton, Middlesex.



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1823



June 18. John Windle, aged 8, son of John W., colour manufacturer,
Old Montague Street, Whitechapel.

Captain, 1832-33 ; CampJen Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam-
bridge ; B.A. 1837, 22iid Wrangler ; M.A. 1840 ; Second Master,
Islington Proprietarj' School, 1838 ; Curate of St. Mary's, "White-
chapel, 1849 ; Vicar of Horndou-ou-the-Hill, Essex, 1856.

James Prince Lee, Gccpitaneo.

Admitted May 24, 1813.

July 11. William Finch, aged 9, son of Henry F., clergyman,
Shelford, Cambridge,

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ;
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1833 ; Stock Exhibitioner, 1834 ; B.A. 1837.

Sept. 16. Philip Browne Dalton, aged 9, son of Charles D., clerk
in Holy Orders, Kelvedon, Essex.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1832, St. John's College, Cambridge, where
he continued as a Pensioner till 1835, but did not gi-aduate.

18, John Henry Kirtley, aged 9, son of George K., mauufixcturer,

Manchester.
20. Henry Kent Hughes, aged 9, son of Thomas H., dyer,

Bunhill Row.

22. Alexander William Buchanan, aged 9, son of Benjamin
Bartlet B,, M.D., Hatton Garden.

23, John Browne Twist, aged 14, son of — , solicitor, Coventry.

Left in 1828 ; admitted solicitor, 1833 (Twist and Sous) ; practised
at Coventry.

30. Alexander Hood Ommaney Butterfield, aged 8, son of
William B., Captain R.N., 2, Kings Square, Goswell
Road.
Oct, 8. Alexander Magnay, aged 9, son of Christopher M, (Alder-
man), paper manufacturer. College Hill.
„ 13. George Searle- Ebsworth, aged 8, son of Thomas E., wool-
broker, 66, Coleman Street.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1837,
28th Wrangler ; M.A. 1840 ; Vicar of Ilkeston, Derby, 1842 ; Vicar
of Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire, 1863.

„ 14. Charles Alexander Spiisbury, aged 10, son of Charles S.,

printer, 57, Spencer Street.
„ 25. Richard Harris Dalton Barham, aged 8, son of Richard

Harris B., clergyman. Great Queen Street, Lincolos

Inn.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1834, Oriel College, Oxford; B.A. 1838;

Fourth Class Classics ; Kector of Lolwarth, Cambridge, 1839-75 ;

author of Life and Remains of Theodore Hook, Life and Letters of

Rev. R. H. Barham.

„ 27. John Josiah Day, aged 8, son of John D., Orange Court,
Leicester Square.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ;
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1844; Assistant- Master
King's School, Sherborne, 1837; Second Master, Blackheath Proprietary
School, 1844 ; Beverley Jlinster, 1855 ; Vicar of Bensham, Gateshead,
1865 ; Surrogate,



1823] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 269

Admitted.

Nov. 3. Alfred Arrow Kempe, aged 9, son of Alfred John K., M.D.,
Windmill Row, Camberwell.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Magdalene College, Cambridge ;
B.A. 1838 ; Kector of Wexliam, Bucks.

„ 11. Alfred Morewood, aged 9, son of George M., merchant,

Pancras Lane,

Robert (Ralph Augustus) Hawkins, aged 9, son of Anthony

H., 37, Ui^per Brook Street, Grosvenor Square.

Campden Exhibitioner, 1833, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry-
Exhibitioner, 1835 ; B.A. 1837 (Junior Op. and 2nd Class Classics);
M.A. 1840.

„ 19. William Parker, aged 9, son of William P., gent,
6, Gloucester Buildings, Walworth.
Dec. 1. William White Eades, aged 10, son of John E., bookseller,
Newgate Street.

1824

Jan. 19. Richard Exton, aged 13, son of B. B. E., clerk in Holy
Orders, Greens Norton, Northants.

Ordained as a Literate ; Rector of Hemley, Suffolk ; died 1867.

„ 23. Edward Ormerod, aged 12, son of — , ironfounder, Man-
chester.

Living in London, 1883.

„ 30. Frederick Magnay, aged 10, son of Christopher M.
(Alderman), paper manufacturer. College Hill.
Feb. 7. Albert Evelyn Barton, aged 11, son of — B., 14, Wyndham
Place, Bryanston Square.
25. William Morrice, aged 9, son of Andrew M., clergyman,
Great Brickhill, Bucks.
Mar. 10. John Barry Brodrick, aged 9, son of William B., solicitor,
New Ormond Street.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1838 ;
M.A. 1844 ; Rector of Sueaton, near Whitby ; author of Laijs of the
Sabbath, &c.

April 12. Richard Septimus Wilkinson, aged 9, son of Josiah W.,
warehouseman. Lad Lane.

Left in 1828 ; member of the Stock Exchange ; Chairman of Not-
tingham and Grantham Railway Company ; J. P. and D.L. for the
county of Lincoln ; High Sheriff of Rutland, 1869.

May 1} Jeremy Innys Baker Turnor, aged 9, son of John T., clerk

in Holy Orders, Hagley, Worcester.
„ 24. George Sewell, aged 12, son of John S., distiller, Thames

Street.
„ 28. David Thacker Lewis, aged 7, son of John L., surgeon,

16, Mark Lane.
„ 31. Robert Swinney Sherlock, aged 10, son of — , Captain

R.N., Dover, Kent.

' It was resolved on May 13, 1824, that Accountant on entering office shall retain

a Presentation be given to each memi3er in two Presentations for himself and other

rotation, according to the date of their two for the Surveyor-Assistant,
admission on the Court ; that the Surveyor-



270 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1824

Admitted.

June 2. William Alexander Osborne, aged 9, son of William 0.,
gent, Worcester.

Captain, 1831-32 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinit}' College, Cam
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1833 : Craven Scholar, 1835 ; B.A. 1836
Senior Op. and Senior Classic; Chancellor's Medallist; M.A. 1839
Head Master, Macclesfield Grammar School, 1837 ; of Rossall School,
1849-69 ; Rector of Dodingtou, Somerset, 1875 ; author of A Critical
Commentary and Notes on the Text of tJie Revised Version of the New
Testament, and editor of Horace.

„ 18. John Valentine Lewis, aged 13, son of John L., surgeon,
Mark Lane.

William Aldwin Soames, Capitanco.

Admitted February 17, 1816.

Sept. 1. John Wilson, aged 9, son of Jonah W., surgeon, Huntingdon.
„ 2. Thomas William Crawley, aged 9, son of John Lloyd C,
clerk, Heyford, Northants.

Admitted solicitor, 1838 ; matriculated Magdalen Hall, Oxford,
1844 ; B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 1851 ; Rector of Heyford, Northampton.

Oct. 1. Charles Coleby Roberts, aged 9, son of John E.., surgeon,
Lothbury.

Captain, 1833-34; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ;
Perry Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Scholar, 1838 ; B.A. 1838 ; Senior Op. and
Second Class Classics ; M. A. 1843 ; elected Fourth Master of St. Paul's
School, 1838, and died 1854.

„ 2. Lewis Powell, aged 8, son of Lewis P., surgeon, Falconer

Square.
„ 6. John Abraham Seward Field, aged 13, son of James F.,

surgeon. Bolt Court, Fleet Street.
„ 7. Philip Anderson, aged 8, son of late Captain A.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1834, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ;
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1835 ; B.A. 1838 ; M.A. 1849 ; probably P.A.
Chaplain H.E.I.C.S. 1842; died December 13, 1857; author "of The
English in Western India.

„ 8. William Ray, aged 9, son of James R., draper, Clare, Suffolk.
„ 29. John Henry Webster, aged 9, son of Thomas Oakington W.,
clerk, Polygon, Somers Town.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1834, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1838
(Wrangler) ; M.B. 1843 ; M.L. 1844.

„ 30. Samuel Pryer Field, aged 8, son of John F., teller of the
Mint, No. 8, Mint.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1835, Pembrolce College, Cambridge ;
B.A. 1839; ]\r.A. 1843; Rector of Boulge, Suffolk, 1840; Vicar
of Sawbridgeworth, Herts, 1862.

Nov. 12. John Henry Roberts, aged 11, son of John R., surgeon,
Lothbury.

Surgeon, Guy's Hospital; practised in London; F.R.C.S. 1855;
eminent microscopist.

„ 2-i. John Feetham, aged 8, son of Thomas F., coal merchant,

Western Wharf, Abingdon Street.
„ 6. John Falkener, aged 8, son of Lyon F., wine merchant,

London Military Depot, Tooley Street.



1825] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 271



1825

j4dmiUed.

Feb. 7. Frederick Thomas Lloyd, aged 13, son of — L., Acct.-Gen.
to the E. I. Company, Clapham Common.
Charles Seven (Severn) Absolom, aged 15, son of — ,
grocer, 13, Cannon Street.

Trinity Collegu, Cambridge; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835; Vicar of
Manniiigtree, Essex ; died c. 1877.

„ 8. William Frederick Pollock, aged 9, son of Jonathan P.,
barrister, 26, Bedford Row.

Left in 1833 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Scholar, 1835 ; B.A 1836 ;
Senior Op. and Third Class Classics ; M.A. 1840 ; Barrister (Inner
Temple) 1838 ; Master of the Exchequer, 1846 ; (,)\ieen's Remem-
brancer, 1874 ; succeeded as 2nd Baronet (Pollock of Hatton), 1870 ;
author of a Translation of the Divina Comcdia.

„ 9. Charles Richard Alford, aged 8, son of Charles A., clergy-
man. West Quantock's Head, Somerset.

Campden E.xhibitioner, 1835, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1839;
M.A. 1842 ; D.D. 1867 ; Principal of Metropolitan Training Institution,
1854 ; Bishop of Victoria (Hong Kong), 1867-72 ; Coadjutor to the
Bishop of Huron, Canada ; author of First Principles of the Oracles
of God, &c.

„ 14. John Thomas Thompson, aged 9, son of John T., oil

merchaiit, 1, Little Knightrider Street.
„ 18. Joseph Hall, aged 8, son of John Edward H., attorney,

1, King Street, St. Lukes.
„ 26. Walter William Smith, aged 9, son of George S., architect,
8, Bread Street Hill.
Apr. 11. Francis Barah Lousada, aged 11, son of Isaac Barah L.,
33, Brunswick Square.
„ 28. Spencer Ashlin, aged 10, son of John A., cornfactor,
Wandsworth.
May 11, Henry Rumsey Forster, aged 10, son of John F., farmer,
Wendover.

Left in the I Vth Class, 1829 ; Letterpress printer ; author of i^orsfcr's
Pocket Peerage ; The Stowe Catalogue priced and annotated.

„ 13. William Rennington Mercer, aged 9, son of William M.,

distiller, Walworth.
June 1. Donald Douglas (William) Falconer McLeod, aged 9, son of

Donald McL., Captain R.N., Greenwich Hospital.
„ 14. George Randall Sherlock, aged 8, son of Robert S., Captain

R.N., Dover.
„ 29. John Charles Rowlatt, aged 9, son of John R., merchant,

Spencer Street.
Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1849 ; Priest-Vicar of Exeter

Cathedral, 1852, and Vicar of St. Paul's, Exeter, 1854.

July 2. John Mason, aged 9, son of James M., merchant,
Birmingham.



272 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1825



Thomas Henry Steel, Capiianeo.

Admitted July 3, 1818.
Admitted.

Sept. 6. Robert Williams, aged 13, son of Lewis W., gent,
101, Guildford Street, Russell Square.
„ 24. Richard Windle, aged 9, son of John H., colour manu-
facturer. Old Montague Street, Whitechapel.

Left ill 1833 ; Clerk in the Bank of England ; died 1882.

„ 28. Philip Myddleton (Middelton), aged 9, son of William
Price M., clergyman, Shrawley, Worcester.
Oct. 3. Edward Ollivant, aged 9, son of William O., Navy Office
clerk, 18, Friday Street.

Campden Exhibitioner, 1835 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ;
B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1842 ; Master of Wye Grammar School, Kent ;
Vicar of Llandewi-Rydderch, 1865 ; Rural Dean of Abergavenny,
1869-75; Rector of Erbistock, Flint; Examining Chaplain to the
Bishop of Llandaff ; died 1883.

„ 8. John Henchman, aged 11, son of Francis H., gent,

38, Great Ormond Street.
,, 10. Henry Burton Hassall, aged 9, son of Thomas H., gent.

Stone Grove Cottage, Edgware.
„ 12. Arthur Greatorex, aged 9, son of Thomas G., professor of

music, 70, Upper Norton Street.
James Frederick Pattison, aged 9, son of Thomas P.,

East India Office, 36, Cross Street, Islington.
„ 13. Arthur Shelly Eddis, aged 8, son of Ed. E., Government

Office, Somerset House, 40, Park Street, Islington.

Captain, 1834-35 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam-
bridge ; Scholar and Perry Exhibitioner, 1838 ; B.A. 1839 ; Senior
Op. and fourth in First Class Classical Tripos ; Senior Chancellor's
Medallist ; Hulsean Prize ; Fellow and Assistant Tutor, Trinity ; called
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1845 ; Q.C. 1869 ; Professor of Equity to
Inns of Court ; Bencher of Lincoln's Inn ; Judge of Clerkeiiwell County
Court; Chairman of Old Pauline Dinner, 1877.

„ 14. Paul Suttaby, aged 8, son of William S., bookseller,

Stationers Court, Ludgate Street.
„ 24. William Goolden, aged 7, son of Richard G., surgeon,

Maidenhead, Berks.

King's College, London ; St. Thomas's Hospital ; F.R.C.S. ; L.A S. ;
practised at Maidenhead ; died in Madeira, April 1847.

„ 26. (Jas.) Henry Davidson, aged 9, son of James Henry D.,
Lieutenant of Marines, 2, Union Street, Somers Town.



1826

Jan. 28. Gustavus Septimus Judge, aged 9, son of Joseph J., late
land waiter of Customs, 29, Albemarle Street, Picca-

Admitted solicitor ; practises at Bombiy.
March 8. William Daws, aged 10, son of Thomas D., horse dealer.
Kings Mews, Grays Inn Lane.



1 826] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 273



Admitted.

Mar. 18. Joseph Banks Durliam, aged 9, son of Robert A. H. D.,
coal merchant, 31, Russell Street, Bloomsbury.
;, 21. Edmund Ward, aged 11, son of Samuel W., merchant,
Rutland Place, Blackfriars.
Apr. 15. Alfred Bush, aged 8, son of Thomas B., hop merchant,
Garrat House, aear Wandsworth.
John St. Mawe Tatlow, aged 9, son of Anthony S. T.,
mineral dealer, Strand.

Campden ExhiHlioDer, 1834 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Pensioner
till 1837, but did not graduate.

„ 17. Edward Windsor, aged 10, son of Richard Vaughan W.,

law stationer, 37, Chancery Lane.
May 3. Edward James, aged 7, son of Edward J., surgeon,

Uxbridge, Middlesex.
„ 8. John Frederick Pott, aged 9, son of John Frederick P.,

proctor, Doctors Commons.
„ 9. Robert John Pollock, aged 9, son of Jonathan Frederick P.,

barrister, 26, Bedford Row.

Campden Exhibitioner, 1834 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; resided
one year ; then entered Indian Army (8tli Madras Liglit Cavalry) ;
resigned his commission, 1843 ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple),
1844 ; Associate of Exchequer Court, 1845 ; died 1853.

„ 22. Charles Augustus Parkinson, aged 9, son of James P.,

merchant, 46, Bedford Square.
„ 26. William Smart Loxley, aged 9, son of John L., solicitor,

Norcott Court, near Great Berkhampstead.

Left in 1830 ; merchant, went to New Zealand, where he died in 1865.

July 10. Arthur Lancelot -Stephens, aged 9, son of Lancelot P. S.,
clergyman, Clavering, Essex.

Joseph Williams Blakesley, Cajnfanco.

Admitted October 3, 1819.

Sept. 16. John Mounsey, aged 9, son of William M., tavern keeper,
Finch La»e, Cornhill.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1835 (but apparently did not proceed to the
University).

„ 23. Charles William Evanson, aged 13, son of William
AUeyn E., clergyman, Jetfries Terrace, Kentish Town.

St. Edmund Hall, Oxford; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1838; Vicar of
St. Andrew's, Bristol ; died 1873. (Note on his Presentation: "read-
mitted October 29, 1829, J. Sleath.")

„ 28. Frederick Ebsworth, aged 10, son of Thomas E., wool
broker, Pentonville.

Left in 1833 ; a merchant in Sydney, New South Wales.

„ 29. Edward James Bevir, aged 9, son of George B., solicitor,
Cirencester.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1834 ; St. Mary Hall, Oxford ; B.A. 1837 ;
M.A. 1840 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1840 ; Q.C. 1877.

Oct. 2. Henry Annesley Hotchkin, aged 9, son of Lambert H.,
Audit Office, Kensington.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1835; Clare Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1840;
M.A. 1844.



274



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL.



[1826



Admitled.

Oct. 5. Frederick Dennison, aged 9, son of Richard B. D., M.D.,
92, Guilford Street.
Edward George Griffith (Griffiths), aged 7, son of Edward
G., sohcitor, Featherstone Buildings, Holborn.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry
Exhibitioner, 1839 ; B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1845 ; called to the Bar (Inner
Temple) ; took Orders, 1849 ; Vicar of Winterbourne Cherborough.

„ 6. Thomas Windle, aged 9, son of John H. W., color manu-
facturer, Montague Street, Mile End New To^vn.

Left about 1833 ; London and Westminster Bank ; formerly manager
of the Eastern Branch (retired).

,, 9. Samuel King Webster, aged 7, son of Thomas W., clergy-
man, 48, Hatton Garden.

Left in 1838 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1842 ; Junior
Op. ; Vicar of Ingham, Lincolnshire.

„ 10. Francis Lovelock Coxe, aged 9, son of Charles B. C,
clergyman, New Town Lodge, Hungerford, Berks.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1836 ; St. John's College, Oxford (no
degree) ; residing near Hungerford ; J. P. for Berks.

„ 31. Fielding Wallis Tate, aged 8, son of James T., clergyman,
Richmond School, Yorks.

Campden Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Trinity College, Cambridge (no
degree).

Nov. 25. Walter Long Bozzi Granville, aged 8, son of Aug. Bozzi G.
M.D., 16, Grafton Street, Berkeley Square.

Subsequently at ficole Polytechnique, Paris ; Architect to the
Government of India at Calcutta; died 1874.



1827



Jan. 22. Henry Hutchinson Swinny, aged 13, son of Henry S.,
schoolmaster, Gravesend.

Magdalene College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1836 ; "Wrangler and Second
Class Classics ; Fellow of Magdalene ; M.A. 1839 ; Principal of
Cuddesdon Theological College, 1859 ; died 1862.

Mar. 9. John Samuel Tanqneray, aged 9, son of Edward F. T.,
clergyman, Tingrith, Beds.

Left about 1830; Pembroke College, Cambridge (?) (no degree);
residing at Llangollen.

„ 14. Thomas Beach Fades, aged 8, son of Thomas E., clergyman,
Harvington, Worcester.

Left in 1837 ; Trinity College, Oxford, where he died as an Under-
graduate.

„ 28. Richard Bontein Howe, aged 9, son of Alexander
Burgoyne H., Lieut. R.N., Gloster Street, Bloomshury.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1835 ; Pembroke College, Cambridge ;
B.A. 1839 ; Master of Barnsley Grammar School, 1839-45; Chaplain
K.N.

Apr. 4. R. De la Fosse Shield, aged 9, son of George S., gentleman,
Frinsbury, near Rochester.

June 1. William Willott, aged 10, son of John Taylor W., ware-
houseman, Milk Street.



1827] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 275

Adm Mai.

June 18. Augustus Kerr Granville, aged 11, son of Bozzi G., M.D.,
Grafton Street, Berkeley Square.

Corpus Christi College, Camhridge (Bacon Scholav) ; B.A. 18R8 ;
M.A. 1841 ; Vicar of St. James, Hatcliam, Kent, 1845-68.

Benjamin Dann Walsh, Cajnfanco (j^ro temjwre).

Admitted June 15, 1818.

June 23. Charles Samuel Stokes, aged 9, son of Charles Scott S.,
solicitor, Streatham Common,

Camjiden Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry
Exhibitioner, 1838 (no degree).

„ 25. Henry Lovell, aged 9, son of William L., surveyor, Collyer
Street, Pentonville.

St. John's College, Cambridge; Crosse Scholar; B.A. 1841;
13th Wrangler; Tyrwhitt's Hebrew Scholar, 1843 ; M.A. 1844.

„ 30. John Guazzaroni, aged 8, son of Joseph G., teacher. New
Street, Dorset Square.

Isaac William North, Capitaneo.

Admitted Kovcmhcr 10, 1819.

Sept. 17. John Shepard Thompson, aged 10, son of John T., clerk
in the Registry Office, Godliman Street.
„ 18. Thomas Foster Sawer, aged 9, son of Thomas S., silk
manufacturer, Aldermanbnry.
Oct. 3. William Henchman, aged 9, son of Francis H., attorney,
Great Ormond Street.
Thomas James Holmes, aged 10, son of Robert H., gen-
tleman, Lyme Regis, Dorset.
„ 8. Robert Robinson John Price, aged 8, son of Robert
Robinson P., merchant, Blackman Street, Southwark.
Edward Jamfes Wallace, aged 10, son of Robert W., surgeon,
Bomba}^.

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior Op.) 1839 ; M.A. 1842 ;
Student of the Inner Temple ; called to the Bar, and practised at first
in England, subserjuently at Bombay, where he died about 1850.

,, 9. Melsup Hill, aged 9, son of Henry William H., clergyman.
Rock, Worcester.

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1836 ; Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A.
(Senior Op. and Third Class Classics), 1840 ; M.A. 1869 ; Rector of
Shelsley Beauehamp, Worcester ; formerly Vicar of St. John's,
Kidderminster.

William AUeyn Evanson, aged 8, son of William AUeyn E.,

clergyman, Jeffries Terrace, Kentish Town.

Oriel College, Oxford ; died as an Undergraduate about 1839.

„ 11. Philip Wright, aged 9, son of Job W., merchant, Is-
lington.

Campden Exhibitioner, 1836 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry
Exhibitioner, 1837 ; B.A. (Senior Op. and Third Class Classics) 1840 ;
M.A. 1851 ; Secretary of the Bishop of London's Fund.

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276 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1827

Admitted.

Oct. 16. George Knox, aged 13, son of George K., merchant, Vere
Street, Cavendish Square.

Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 1833 (Scholar); B.A. 1837;
M.A. 1855 ; Chaplain in the H.E.J.C. service ; Secretary to C.M.S.
for London District, 1864-71 ; Vicar of Exton, Rutland ; Chairman
Old Pauline Diuuer, 1881.

„ 20. Daniel Lambert, aged 13, son of Daniel L., wine merchant,
Brixton.

„ 23. Edwin Thorn Wait, aged 8, son of Daniel G. W., clergy-
man, Blagden, Somerset.

Bristol Koyal Infirmary and University of Heidelberg ; M.D. ;
died 1844, aged 24, at Clifton, near Bristol.



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