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College, Cambridge ; Browne Medal, 1871 ; eleventh in the first class of the Classical Tripos, 1874.

7 Mr. H. B. C. Delevingne was a scholar of his college, and graduated as twenty-ninth
Wrangler in 1873; ordained by the Bishop of Lichfield, 1876; M.A., 1876; Second Master of
Woodbridge Grammar School, 1878-1880; Licensed Preacher in the Diocese of London, 1881.
Died September 3oth, 1888.

8 Mr. A. F. Chance was at Shrewsbury School 1870-1876; Scholar of Trinity College, Cam-
bridge ; Person Prize 1877 and 1879 ; bracketed fifth Classic in 1880.

9 Mr. F. E. Bennett took a second class in Classical Moderations in 1870, and a second class in
the final Classical School in 1872 ; B.A., 1873 ; M.A., 1874.

10 Mr. W. S. Ingrams took a fourth class in Natural Science in 1882 ; B.A., 1883 ; M.A., 1891;
ordained by Bishop of Hereford, 1885 ; Curate of Meole Brace, Shropshire, 1885.

11 Mr; W. D. Haydon took a first class in Classical Moderations in 1881, and a third class in
the final Classical School in 1883.

12 Mr. T. E. Pickering was educated at Shrewsbury School ; Scholar of University College ;
first class in Classical Moderations, 1883 ; second class in the final Classical School, 1885.

13 Mr. T. A. A. Chirol gained the Junior University Mathematical Scholarship in 1868 ; first
class in Mathematical Moderations, 1870; M.A., 1873; ordained by the Bishop of Lichfield,
1873 ; Assistant Master at Denstone College, 1873-76, and at Uppingham, 1879-84.



APPENDIX



479



DATE OF
APPOINTMENT.



DATE OF
RESIGNATION.



Frederick Herbert Bowden-Smith, 1 B.A., Trinity January, Easter, 1891.
College, Oxford . . 1886.

Charles John Baker, 2 M.A., Postmaster of Merton January,
College, Oxford . ,'. 1887.

Arthur Romney Stokes, 3 M.A., King's College, September,
Cambridge ..... 1889.

James Hamilton, 4 M.A., Scholar of Gonville and January,
Caius College, Cambridge . . . 1890.

Rashleigh Johnston Duncan, 5 M.A., Pembroke May, 1890.
College, Oxford.

Henry Bompas Smith, 6 B. A., Scholar of Wadham May, 1891. August, 1897.
College, Oxford.

Frederic Thomas Prior, 7 B.A., Pembroke College, March 1st,
Cambridge . . . . . 1891.

Henry Holden, 8 M.Sc., late Fellow of Owens September,
College, Manchester .... 1896.



1 Mr. Bowden-Smith took a third class in Classical Moderations in 1883, and graduated B.A.
in 1885.

2 Mr. C. J. Baker took a first class in Natural Science in 1882 ; B.A., 1883 ; M.A., 1886. He
is one of the Mathematical Masters as well as Senior Master in the Natural Science Classes.

3 Mr. A. R. Stokes graduated B.A. in 1881 ; second class Classical Tripos; M.A., 1884.

4 Mr. Hamilton has been Chief Master of the Army Class since it was first started in January,
1890. He was thirtieth Wrangler in 1884.

5 Mr. R. J. Duncan took a second class in Classical Moderations in 1882, and a third class in
the final Classical School in 1884 ; B.A., 1884 ; M.A., 1887. He is a master on the modern side.

6 Mr. H. Bompas Smith was in the first class in Mathematical Moderations in 1887, an( i m the
first class in the final Classical School in 1890. He was made Head Master of Walsall Grammar
School in March, 1897.

7 Mr. F. T. Prior graduated B.A. in the second class of the Classical Tripos, Division I.,
Part I., in 1888. He is one of the Army Class Masters.

8 Mr. Holden was formerly Berkeley Fellow in Physics of Owens College.



LIST OF SCHOOL BAILIFFS
1577 TO 1897



David Longdon 1
John Coyde 2 .
George Phillips*
Robert Forster, sen. 4
Richard Griffiths 5
Robert Forster, jun. 6
John Wood 7 .
Moses Reynolds 8
Richard Higgins
Michael Brickdale 9
Thomas Hewitt 10
Michael Brickdale 11
Edward Cotton 12



IS77-I587
1587-1598
1598-1635
1635-1645
1645-1660
1660-1683
1683-1687
1687-1690
1690-1708
1708-1713
1713-1717

I7I7-I754
1754-1756



1 David Longdon appears to have been a servant of Mr. Ashton, and to have been employed
by him in collecting rents, &c., as early as October, 1573. The office of School Bailiff was secured
to him by the ordinances of 1577 (see note in Chapter III.). Longdon died in December, 1586.

2 The name of John Coyde, oppidan, occurs in the fourth class in the school list of 1562. The
date of his appointment is June ;th, 1587.

3 George Phillips's name is joined with that of John Coyde in the audit of 1598. Afterwards
it occurs alone. He resigned office April loth, 1635, on account of blindness. He belonged to
the company of Shermen. His bond for^ooo (school account-book), which is among the town
records, is dated April i2th, 1614.

4 Robert Forster, sen., was a bookseller and stationer of Shrewsbury. His name is found in
Chaloner's list of his " familiar friends." He was deprived of his office on the capture of Shrews-
bury by the Puritans. After the Restoration Mr. Forster was twice elected mayor in 1661
and 1677.

5 Richard Griffiths' time of office exactly synchronised with that of Mr. Head Master Pigott.

6 Robert Forster, jun., draper, was son of the former School Bailiff, and was appointed to the
same office when Richard Griffiths was deprived in 1660. He appears to have been an alderman
of Shrewsbury, and to have married Margaret, daughter of Dr. George Griffith, Bishop of
St. Asaph. He died in 1687, a S ed 6 3-

7 John Wood is described in his nomination paper as alderman, clothworker, and burgess. He
was nominated on the resignation of Mr. Robert Forster, gentleman, by Mr. Edward Gosnall,
Mayor, and Mr. Andrew Taylor, Head Master. The date of the nomination is March 3oth,
1683. A boy of the name of John Wood was admitted at Shrewsbury School as an oppidan in
1649.

8 Moses Reynolds was required to give a bond of .700.

9 Michael Brickdale, who is described in the burgess roll of 1707 as a plate worker, was,
according to Owen and Blakeway, a furrier by trade.

10 Thomas Hewitt was a grocer. His bond for ^600 bears date May 23rd, 1713.

11 On being reappointed School Bailiff Mr. Brickdale entered into a bond of 600. It is dated
October i4th, 1717. For further particulars about Mr. Brickdale see Chapters X. and XI.

12 Edward Cotton, gentleman, appears to have been nominated about the time of the November
audit in 1754. His bond for 600 is dated November 27th, 1754. His two sureties were the
Rev. John Cotton and the Rev. Richard Cotton, of "The Moor."

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John Adams 1 . : . ... 1756-1777

Grace Adams 2 . ... 1777-1786

Rev. Henry Cay Adams 3 . . . 1786-1805

Rev. W. Gorsuch Rowland 4 . . 1805-1839

Joshua John Peele 5 . .... 1839-1869

George de Courcy Peele 6 . ... 1869-1885

Edward Calvert 7 . ... 1886-1897

William Maynard How 8 . . . ... 1^-97

1 Mr. John Adams, ironmonger, of Shrewsbury, was probably son of Alderman John Adams,
J.i'., who died in 1752.

2 Mrs. Grace Adams succeeded her husband, Mr. John Adams, as School Bailiff on September
ssth, 1777. The sureties for her bond of ,1000 were the Rev. William Adams, D.D., of Cound,
and Mr. Rowland Littlehales, draper.

'> Henry Cay Adams was son of Mr. John Adams, of Shrewsbury. He matriculated at Pem-
broke College, Oxford, December isth, 1781, aged 18. B.A. (Christ Church), 1785 ; M.A., 1788.
His brother, the Rev. William Adams, was appointed Second Master in July, 1798. After the
passing of the Act of 1798, Mr. H. C. Adams was reappointed School Bailiff on October loth with
a stipend of 40 per annum.

4 From 1828 to 1851 Mr. Rowland was Curate of St. Mary's, Shrewsbury.

5 Joshua John Peele was for many years town clerk of Shrewsbury.

6 George de Courcy Peele, son of his predecessor in office, and, like his father, a solicitor, died
in 1885.

7 Edward Calvert, M.A. and LL.D. of St. John's College, Cambridge, was Assistant Master
at Shrewsbury School from 1852 to 1858, and again from 1860 to 1863. He was appointed School
Hailiff on Mr. de Courcy Peele's death, and resigned the office in 1897.

8 William Maynard How, M.A. of New College, Oxford, is a solicitor of Shrewsbury.



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SHREWSBURY SCHOOL DISTINCTIONS
IN PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS

HONOURS AT CAMBRIDGE

MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS.

WRANGLERS.

1808 William Henry Parry, St. John's College . . . i6th.

1809 John Evans, Clare Hall . . ... 6th.
1809 William Robinson Gilby, Trinity College . . . 7th.
1811 Robert Wilson Evans, Trinity College . . . 7th.
1824 William Crawley, Magdalene College . . 27th.

1826 John Hodgson, Trinity College . ... i6th.

1827 George Ash Butterton, St. John's College . . . 8th.

1828 Thomas Williamson Peile, Trinity College . . . i8th.
1830 Charles Whitley, St. John's College . . . SENIOR.
1830 Edward Yardley, Magdalene College . . . 4Oth.

1834 William Henry Trentham, St. John's College . . I3th.

1835 Francis Proctor, Catherine Hall . . . . 3Oth.

1835 John Cooper, Trinity College . ... 33rd.

1836 William Twiss Turner, Trinity College . . . I5th.

1836 Thomas Emerson Headlam, Trinity College . . . I7th.

1837 Alexander John Ellis 1 (Sharpe), Trinity College . . 5th.

1837 William Gilson Humphry, Trinity College . . . 27th.

1838 Henry John Hodgson, Trinity College . . . 24th.
1838 George Augustus Chichester May, Magdalene College . 36th.
1840 Henry Cadogan Rothery, St. John's College . . . loth.
1843 Edwin Hamilton Gifford, St. John's College . . . I5th.
1851 John Sutherland Clarke, St. John's College . . . nth.

1853 Henry Arthur Morgan, Jesus College . . 25th.

1854 Benjamin Worthy Home, St. John's College . 4th.
1854 Henry George Day, St. John's College . . 5th.
1854 Samuel Hawkesley Burbury, St. John's College I5th.

1858 Edward Larkin Home, Clare Hall .... 35th.

1859 Thomas Grenfel Vyvyan, Gonville and Caius College . 9th.



1 A. J. Ellis was at Shrewsbury from August, 1826, to Christmas, 1829. He subsequently
cnt to Eton College before going up to Cambridge. His
at Shrewsbury by Dr. Kennedy at his own special request.

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48,



1860 George Macfarlan, Trinity College

1860 Richard Saul Ferguson, St. John's College

1864 William Whitworth, Pembroke College

1867 Henry Melvill Gwatkin, St. John's College

1867 George Thomas Hall, Trinity College

1884 Eustace Thomas Clarke, St. John's College

1897 Charles Orpen Tuckey, Trinity College



1 4th.
27th.
34th.
35th.
38th.
1 7th.
loth sequ.



MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS.

PART II.
Charles Orpen Tuckey, Trinity College.



CLASSICAL TRIPOS.
FIRST CLASS.

1824 Edward Baines, Christ's College . . . 4th.

1826 John Price, St. John's College . ... 3rd.

1826 John Hodgson, Trinity College . ... 5th.

1826 Frederic Edward Gretton, St. John's College . . . 7th.

1827 Benjamin Hall Kennedy, St. John's College . , . SENIOR.

1827 George Ash Butterton, St. John's College ' . . 3rd.

1828 Thomas Williamson Peile, Trinity College . . . 2nd.

1829 Horatio Samuel Nelson Hildyard, Peterhouse . . 5th.
1829 Robert Smith, St. John's College . . . 6th.
1829 Thomas Butler, St. John's College . ... 7th.
1831 Charles Rann Kennedy, 2 Trinity College . . . SENIOR.

1831 Charles James Johnstone, Gonville and Caius College . 4th.

1832 Richard Shilleto, Trinity College . ... 2nd.

1832 Edward Broadhurst, Magdalene College . . . 7th.

1833 James Hildyard, Christ's College . . . 2nd.

1834 George John Kennedy, St. John's College . . . SENIOR.

1834 Edward Warter, Magdalene College . . . 4th.

1835 George Frederic Harris, Trinity College . . . 3rd.

1835 John Cooper, Trinity College . . . 7th.

1836 George Henry Marsh, St. John's College . . . 2nd.
1836 William Henry Bateson, St. John's College . . . 3rd.

1836 Richard Edward Turner, Trinity College . . . 6th.

1837 William Gilson Humphry, Trinity College . . . SENIOR.

1838 George Augustus Chichester May, Magdalene College . 3rd.
1838 Henry Thompson, St. John's College . . . 7th.

1 From 1882 to 1886 the examination for Mathematical Honours was divided into three parts.
The examination in Parts I. and II. took place in June, and that in Part III., for which only
Wranglers were eligible, in the following January. Since 1886 the examinations have both been
held in June. All candidates obtaining honours in Part I. are admissible for examination in the
following year in Part II.

3 C. R. Kennedy was at Shrewsbury School from February, 1821, to Christmas, 1822 ; but he
left at the age of 14, and was subsequently four years at King Edward's School, Birmingham,
before going to Cambridge, so that his name ought not to have been placed on the Honour
Boards at Shrewsbury.



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1838 William Parkinson, St. John's College . . . 8th.

1839 Augustus Macdonald Hopper, Trinity College . . 6th.

1840 Francis France, St. John's College . . . . SENIOR aequ.

1841 Edward Meredith Cope, Trinity College . . . SENIOR.
1841 John Bather, St. John's College . ... 2nd.

1841 Henry Thring, Magdalene College . . . 3rd.

1842 Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro, Trinity College . . 2nd.

1842 Francis Morse, St. John's College . ... 7th.

1843 George Druce, Peterhouse . . . ) SENIOR

1843 Edwin Hamilton Gifford, St. John's College . . . J '

1844 William George Clark, Trinity College . . . 2nd.
1846 Henry de Winton, Trinity College . ... 3rd.

1848 John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, St. J ohn's College . . 3rd.

1849 Henry Carr Archdale Tayler, Trinity College . . 4th.

1851 John William Taylor, Peterhouse . ... I2th.

1852 Robert Burn, Trinity College . ... SENIOR cequ.
1852 Philip Perring, Trinity College . ... 4th.

1852 William Chandless, Trinity College . . . 5th.

1852 Arthur White, Magdalene College . ... i6th.

1854 Samuel Hawkesley Burbury, St. John's College . . 2nd.

1854 George Peter Montgomery Campbell, Magdalene College . 7th.

1854 Henry George Day, St. John's College . . . gth.

1856 Edward Lawford Brown, Trinity College . . . SENIOR.

1857 John Robinson Lee, Magdalene College . . . 5th.

1858 Edwin Charles Clark, Trinity College . . . SENIOR.
1858 Alexander William Potts, St. John's College . . . 2nd.

1858 Samuel Butler, St. John's College . ... I2th.

1859 Arthur Holmes, St. John's College . . . . 2nd.

1860 Robert Whiting, Trinity College . ... 6th.
1862 Charles Edward Graves, St. John's College . . . 2nd.
1862 Thomas Gwatkin, St. John's College . . . loth.
1864 Henry Whitehead Moss, St. John's College . . . SENIOR.
1864 George Preston, Magdalene College . . . i6th.

1866 William Francis Smith, St. John's College . . . 2nd.

1867 Thomas William Brogden, St. John's College . j .,
1867 Henry Melvill Gwatkin, St. John's College . . .\

1867 Frederic Gunton, Magdalene College . . . i6th.

1868 Thomas Moss, St. John's College . ... 4th.

1869 George Hanley Hallam, St. John's College . . . SENIOR aequ.

1870 George Herbert Whitaker, St. John's College . . SENIOR sequ.

1871 William Emerton Heitland, St. John's College . . SENIOR.

1871 Harry Lyndsay Manby, Emmanuel College . . . iithrequ.

1872 Richard Dacre Archer-Hind, Trinity College . . . 3rd oequ.

1873 Thomas Ethelbert Page, St. John's College . . . 2nd sequ.

1874 Charles Bramley, Jesus College . ... 6th asqu.
1874 Edward Branthwaite Moser, St. John's College . . nth.

1874 William Glynn Williams, St. John's College . . . l8th.

1875 William James Furneaux Vashon Baker, St. John's College 4th.
1875 William Moss, St. John's College . ... I9th xqu.



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1876 Henry Wace, St. John's College . ... SENIOR.

1876 Robert Cooper Seaton, Jesus College . . . I2th sequ.

1876 Tancred Earle Raven, Gonville and Caius College . . I4th aequ.

1878 William Wallis English, St. John's College . . . 3rd.

1880 Arthur Frederic Chance, Trinity College . . . $th oequ.

1880 William Ormond Sutcliffe, St. John's College. . . I4th tequ.

1881 Cecil Hill Garland, St. John's College . . 8th aequ.

1881 Charles Edward Lawrence, Pembroke College . . loth sequ.

1882 John Reynolds Wardale, Clare College . . . 2nd.

1882 John Cottam Moss, St. John's College . . . 3rd.

CLASSICAL TRIPOS.
PART I. FIRST CLASS.

I883 1 Owen Seaman, Clare College . ... Division 3.

1883 William Joseph Myles Starkie, Trinity College . . Division 3.

1884 Henry Brough Stanwell, St. John's College . . . Division 5.

1885 Joseph Robinson Orford, King's College . . . Division I.

1885 Walter John Purton, Pembroke College . . . Division 3.

1886 John Lewis Alexander Paton, St. John's College . . Division i.
1886 Harold Kennedy St. John Sanderson, Trinity College . Division I.

1888 Edwin Joseph Brooks, St. John's College . . . Division I.

1889 Henry William Auden, Christ's College . . . Division 2.

1890 Thomas Nicklin, St. John's College . . . Division 2.

1891 William Henry Jacques, Trinity College . . . Division 2.
1891 Frederick James Kittermaster, King's College . . Division 2.
1891 Richard Arthur Parrock, Pembroke College . . . Division 2.

1891 Charles Grafton Worsley Lowe, Clare College . . Division 3.

1892 Isaac Frank Smedley, Pembroke College . . . Division i.
1892 John Arnold Nicklin, St. John's College . . . Division 2.
1894 Henry Hebb Sills, King's College . ... Division 2.
1894 Robert William Tate, St. John's College . . . Division 2.

1894 Alexander Talbot Baines, Trinity College . . . Division 3.
1896 Charles Leslie Alexander, Trinity College . . . Divisions.

1896 Charles Edward Noel James, King's College . . . Division 3.

1897 Joseph James Rabnett Bridge, Gonville and Caius College. Division 2.
1897 Charles Travers Wood, Pembroke College . . . Division 2.

CLASSICAL TRIPOS.
PART II. FIRST CLASS.

1886 Walter John Purton, Pembroke College.

1887 John Lewis Alexander Paton, St. John's College.
1889 Edwin Joseph Brooks, St. John's College.

1892 William Henry Jacques, Trinity College.

1893 Isaac Frank Smedley, Pembroke College.

1895 Robert William Tate, St. John's College.

1896 Henry Hebb Sills, King's College.

The examination for the Classical Tripos was divided into two parts under arrangements
which commenced in 1881. The first examination in Part I. took place in June, 1881, and the
first examination in Part II. in June, 1882.



486 SHREWSBURY SCHOOL

THEOLOGICAL TRIPOS.
FIRST CLASS.

1860 Herbert Mortimer Luckock, Jesus College (distinguished in Hebrew).

1868 Henry Melvill Gwatkin, St. John's College.

1882 Arthur Appleton, Trinity College.

1891 Ralph Cecil Purton, St. Peter's College.

1894 Frederic George Harries, Trinity College (distinguished in Old Testament).

MORAL SCIENCES TRIPOS.

FIRST CLASS.
1868 Henry Melvill Gwatkin, St. John's College.

LAW TRIPOS.
FIRST CLASS.

1875 Jhn Wynne Jeudwine, St. John's College . . . 4th.

1877 Henry Thomas Kemp, St. John's College . . . 3rd.
1885 Henry Durbin Lewis, Clare College . . 8th xqu.
1898 Edward Ackroyd, Gonville and Caius College.

NATURAL SCIENCES TRIPOS.
FIRST CLASS.

1864 Charles William Cooper, Gonville and Caius College . 4th.

1878 Henry Lewis Jones, Gonville and Caius College . . 6th.

1889 Arthur Philip Beddard, Trinity College . . . Part I.

1890 Arthur Philip Beddard, Trinity College . . . Part II.
1896 Robert Hawthorn Kitson, Trinity College . . . Part II.
1896 Arthur Jackson, St. Peter's College . . . Parti.
1898 Harry Secretan Gabb, Downing College . . . Part I.
1898 William Lowe, Gonville and Caius College . . . Part I.
1898 Edwin Hartree Rayner, Trinity College . . . Part II.

UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS.

1814 Marmaduke Lawson, St. John's College . Pitt Scholar.

1816 Richard Periam Thursfield, St. John's College Second Bell Scholar.

1819 Spencer Wilde, St. John's College . Recorded equal to Bell Scholar.

1821 Edward Baines, Christ's College . . Second Bell Scholar.

1823 John Price, St. John's College . Recorded equal to Bell Scholar.

1824 Benjamin Hall Kennedy, St. John's College Pitt Scholar.

1825 Thomas Williamson Peile, Trinity College . Davies Scholar.

1826 Horatio Samuel Nelson Hildyard, Peterhouse First Bell Scholar.

1826 Thomas Butler, St. John's College . Recorded equal to Bell Scholar.
1828 t harles Rann Kennedy, Trinity College . First Bell Scholar.
1830 Charles Rann Kennedy, Trinity College . Pitt Scholar.



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1831
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1835

1841

1842
1842

1843
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1853
1853
1855

1856
1856
1857

1861
1862
1862
1863
1866
1867
1868
1869

1869
1870
1871
1871
1872

1873
1874
1878
1879
1879
1880
1881
1887
1888
1897



Battie Scholar.
First Bell Scholar.
Uavies Scholar.
Bell Scholar cequ.
Second Bell Scholar.
Pitt Scholar.



James Hildyard, Christ's College
George John Kennedy, St. John's College .
George John Kennedy, St. John's College .
George Henry Marsh, St. John's College .
Alexander Grant Hildyard, Pembroke College
William Gilson Humphry, Trinity College .
George Augustus Chichester May, Magdalene

College . . ... Bell Scholar cequ.

Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro, Trinity

College . . ... Craven Scholar,

Edwin Hamilton Gifford, St. John's College Pitt Scholar.
George Druce, Peterhouse . . Proxime accessit to Pitt Scholar.

Rev. Mynors Bright, Magdalene College . Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar.
William Owen, St. John's College Proxime accessit to Craven Scholar.
Edward Lawford Brown, Trinity College . First Bell Scholar.
Samuel Hawkesley Burbury, St. John's College Craven Scholar.
Edward Lawford Brown, Trinity

College . . . Proxime accessit to Craven Scholar.



Arthur Holmes, St. John's College
Arthur Holmes, St. John's College
Robert Whiting, Trinity College
Herbert Mortimer Luckock, Jesus College .
Henry Whitehead Moss, St. John's College .
Herbert Mortimer Luckock, Jesus College .
William Francis Smith, St. John's College .
Thomas Moss, St. John's College
George Herbert Whitaker, St. John's College
George Hanley Hallam, St. John's College .
William Emerton Heitland, St. John's
College . . ...

Henry Melvill Gwatkin, St. John's College .
Henry Melvill Gwatkin, St. John's College .
Richard Dacre Archer- Hind, Trinity College
Thomas Ethelbert Page, St. John's College .
Thomas Ethelbert Page, St. John's College .
Henry Wace, St. John's College
Henry Wace, St. John's College
Cecil Hill Garland, St. John's College
John Cottam Moss, St. John's College
John Reynolds Wardale, Clare College
John Cottam Moss, St. John's College
John Reynolds Wardale, Clare College
Henry William Auden, Christ's College
Edwin Joseph Brooks, St. John's College .
Robert Hawthorn Kitson, B.A., Trinity
College . ...



Craven Scholar.
First Bell Scholar.
Second Bell Scholar.
Crosse Theological Scholar.
Craven Scholar.
Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar.
Second Bell Scholar.
Craven Scholar.
Bell Scholar oequ.
Craven Scholar.

Craven Scholar.

Crosse Theological Scholar.

Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar.

Craven Scholar.

Person Scholar.

Davies Scholar.

Person Scholar.

Craven Scholar.

Abbott Scholar.

Porson Scholar.

Bell Scholar requ.

Craven Scholar.

Battie Scholar.

Second Bell Scholar oequ.

Craven Scholar.

Harkness Scholar. 1



1 The Harkness Scholarship for Geology and Palaeontology was founded n 1887



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UNIVERSITY PRIZES.
CAMDEN AND POWIS MEDALS.

1849 William Owen, St. John's College . ... Camden.

1865 Frederic Gunton, Magdalene College . . . Camden.

1866 Frederic Gunton, Magdalene College . . . Camden.

1873 Henry Wace, St. John's College . ... Powis.

1874 Henry Wace, St. John's College . ... Powis.
1 88 1 John Cottam Moss, St. John's College . . . Powis.
1896 Joseph James Rabnett Bridge, Gonville and Caius College Powis.

BROWNE MEDALS.

1806 Thomas Smart Hughes, St. John's College . , Latin Ode.

1807 Thomas Smart Hughes, St. John's College . . Greek Ode.
1812 Marmaduke Lawson, St. John's College . . . Latin Ode.
1821 Edward Baines, Christ's College . . . Epigrams.

1823 Benjamin Hall Kennedy, 1 St. John's College . . Latin Ode.

1824 Benjamin Hall Kennedy, St. John's College . . Greek Ode.

1824 Benjamin Hall Kennedy, St. John's College . . Latin Ode.

1825 Benjamin Hall Kennedy, St. John's College . . Epigrams.

1829 Charles Rann Kennedy, Trinity College . . . Greek Ode.

1830 James Hildyard, Christ's College . . . Greek Ode.

1830 Charles Rann Kennedy, Trinity College . . . Latin Ode.

1831 James Hildyard, Christ's College . . . Greek Ode.
1831 James Hildyard, Christ's College . . . Latin Ode.

1831 James Hildyard, Christ's College . . . Epigrams.

1832 James Hildyard, Christ's College . . . Greek Ode.
1832 James Hildyard, Christ's College . . . Latin Ode.
1842 William George Clark, Trinity College . . . Greek Ode.

1842 William George Clark, Trinity College . ... Epigrams.

1843 William George Clark, Trinity College . . . Greek Ode.

1844 James George Currey Fussell, Trinity College . . Epigrams.

1845 Henry de Winton, Trinity College . . . Greek Ode.
1848 Henry Carr Archdale Tayler, Trinity College . . Epigrams.



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