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master, 350; son-in-law of Dr.

Kennedy, 360.

Burn, Robert : pupil of Kennedy, 341.
Burton, Thomas: pupil of Piggott, 182.



INDEX



499



Butler, Mrs.: F. A. Paley's description
of her, 293.

Rev. Thomas: son of Dr.

Butler, 291.

Samuel: elected head master, 260;

is prepared for difficulties with the
second master, 262; difficulties with
Mr. Jeudwine, 263; consults Dr.
James about the management of the
school, 264 ; his alleged severity, 265 ;
is a candidate for the head-mastership
of Rugby, 266 ; his edition of Aeschylus,
267 ; takes his Doctor's degree, 268 ;
suppresses an " epidemic of turbu-
lence," 274, 275 ; opposes Mr.
Brougham's bill and tries to make
Shrewsbury exempt, 276, 277; Arch-
deacon of Derby, 278; eminent
pupils, 279-282, etc. ; stops the
thoroughfare through School Lane,
289; settles the Albrighton case, 290;
suppresses the "Beef Row," 291;
receives the Duchess of Kent and
Princess Victoria, 292; difficulties
with Mr. Jeudwine about the pro-
motion of boys, 294 ; reconciled with
Mr. Jeudwine, 295; values Mr.
Iliff's services, 299; consecrated
Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry,
301; last Speech-day and parting
presents, 302 ; his success in training
scholars, 303; his advice sought by
head masters, 304, 305 ; system of
"merit-money," 306; encouragement
of private reading, 305; accused of
cramming, 307, 308; F. A. Paley's
opinion, 308; absence of religious
influence, 3 r I ; aversion to football,
313; opposition to boating, 314;
sermons, 311; his view of fights
among the boys, 315; his likeness
to John Bandy, 316; the public-
house sign, 320.

Butterton, George: pupil of Butler, 286.



Causton, Abraham, the fortunate youth :
the explosion of his story and mythical
wealth, 271-273.

Chaloner, Thomas : elected head master,
137; bill filed against him for mis-
appropriation of the school funds
when ;6oo was lent to Charles I.,
142, 143; eminent pupils, 147, 148,
I 55~ I 57; friends, 149; is ejected by
the Puritans, 153; his wanderings,
161 ; his school at Birchall, 162;
head master of Market Drayton, 163 ;



difficulties at Hawarden, 164; at
Overton, 165 ; offered the headmaster-
ship of Ruthin School, 166; family
troubles, 167; first head master at
Newport, 170; his restoration to
Shrewsbury, 188; his death and
burial, 190.

Charles I. : visits Shrewsbury, 139 ;
his receipt for ^600 lent to him from
the school-chest, 140.

Chorusing and list of songs: 417, 418;
suppressed in 1875, 4 X 9-

Churchyard, the poet: his testimony of
Shrewsbury School and Ashton, 17,
18, 30.

Chesney, George M. : pupil of Moss,
390-

Clark, Edwin Charles: pupil of Kennedy,
342.

William George: pupil of Kennedy,

339, 340.

Rev. William: selected by St.

John's College to succeed Lloyd as
head master, 218; his history, 219.

Cobbold, Robert Henry: pupil of

Kennedy, 336, 403.
Cooper, John : pupil of Butler, 284.
Cope, Edward Meredith : Kennedy's

pupil. 340, 341 ; candidature for the

Regius Professorship of Greek at

Cambridge, 360.
Corbett, Sir Andrew: acquainted with

Ashton, 5, 6 ; recommended by Ashton

to Lord Burghley, 23.

Edward : pupil of Meighen, 90.

John : pupil of Meighen, 91.

Reginald, Recorder of Shrews-
bury: his application for a free
school, i; mentioned in Sir Henry
Sidney's letter, 10.

Sir Vincent: pupil of Ashton, 13.

Cotton, Edward: second master, 178;

supplies the head master's place, 187 ;

offers himself for the post, but is

refused, 191; death, 192.
Coyde, John : proposed as school bailiff,

98 ; elected, 99.
Cradock, Edward Hartopp: pupil of

Butler, 285.
Crawley, Archdeacon: pupil of Butler,

281.
Crewe, John : pupil of Ashton, 58.

Sir Randolph: pupil of Ashton,

58, 59-

Thomas : pupil of Ashton, 58.



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Cricket : arrangement of school games,
385 ; the school cricket ground, 408 ;
results of matches, 409, 410; "Old
Blues" from Shrewsbury School, 411.

Cumin, Patrick: pupil of Kennedy,
343-

Curzon, Sir Francis : pupil of Ashton,
14.

D

Dager, A. : candidate for Curacy of

St. Mary's, 101.

Darwin : pupil of Butler, 282, 323.
Davies, Major-General Horatio Nelson :

pupil of Kennedy, 346.

Dawes, Rev. Thomas: curate of St.
Mary's, 206.

Dee, Francis, Bishop of Peterborough :

pupil of Meighen, 88.
Denning, Stephen Poyntz: pupil of

Kennedy, 346.

Devereux, Price: pupil of Piggott, 183.
Digby, Robert: pupil of Taylor, 198.
Dinah, the matron: joke on her name,

316.

Douls, i.e., fags and douling: 319.
Downes, Professor Andrew: u; his

testimony to Ashton, 12.
Arthur William : pupil of Kennedy,

346.
Rev. Jonathan : pupil of Hotchkis,

235-
Druce, George, Q.C., pupil of Kennedy,

344-
Drury, Rev. Henry: consults Dr.

Butler on his examination system,

304 ; testimony to Dr. Butler, 306.
Duck stealing: 312, 313.



Eaton, Captain, R. N. : pupil of Kennedy,
346.

Edmonds, Sir Clement : pupil of Law-
rence, 61.

Edwards, Rev. Edward: pupil of
. Hotchkis, 235.

Edwardes, Hughe : presents the petition
for the school to King Edward VI., 2.

"Election," The: 318, 319.

English, William Wallis: pupil of
Moss, 389.

Ernley, Sir Michael : friend of Chaloner,
149, 152.



Essex, Earl of: reconciled to Lord
Leicester by Ashton, 25; Ashton
conveys a letter from Queen Elizabeth
to him, 26; legacy to Ashton, 27;
visits Shrewsbury School, 75; and
hears orations, 76 ; his second visit, 77.

Evans, "Ben, of the Raven," 151.

Evans, David, "Black Evans": selected
as master by St. John's College, 1 27 ;
a familiar friend of Chaloner, 149;
"in charge" after Chaloner's ejection,
159; his history, 176, 177; his har-
monious work with Piggott, ability
and learning, 177; his epitaph, 178.

Robert Wilson : pupil of Butler,

268, 269, 284, 311.

Thomas Saunders,assistant master:

"no lynx-eyed disciplinarian," 350,

3S 1 -
William : nominated by St. John's

College, Cambridge, and rejected by

the Bailiffs, 134.
Eyton, John : paid to keep the school, 4.



Fanshawe, Colonel Thomas Basil:

pupil of Butler, 346.
Fancy dress balls at the Tercentenary

celebration: 414; instead of the

annual play, 415.

Ferguson, Richard Saul; pupil of
Kennedy, 345.

Fleming, James: pupil of Kennedy,
338.

Fletcher, William : pupil of Butler, 287.

Foorde, Rev. John, catechist: 84, 226;
his death, 128.

Football: Butler's opinion only "fit for
butchers' boys," 313; games, etc.,
386; interrupted by Rev. A. Willis,
404; its illegality, 405; Shrewsbury
players, 406; Old Salopians v. Old
Rugbeians, 405 ; record of matches,
407; forbidden attendance at the
steeplechases, 419-421.

Forster, Richard : friend of Chaloner,
151; school bailiff deposed by the
Puritans, 174.

Fraser, Bishop: pupil of Butler, 281,
319, 322, 375.

France, Francis: pupil of Butler, 285.

Fraunce, Abraham : pupil of Lawrence,
66.

Furta laconica: 309, 310.



INDEX



501



Gii)bons, Francis : pupil of Meighen,
89.

Francis : solicitor to the Corpora-
tion, 194 ; his details and information
about the ' ' Oswald Smith " case,
195, 196.

Richard : mayor of Shrewsbury,

141 ; an action against him for the
loan of money from the school-chest
to Charles I., 141-143.

Gifford, Edwin Hamilton: pupil of
Kennedy, 337, 346, 350, 375.

Gilkes, Arthur Herman : pupil of Moss,
389.

Gittins, Ralph: third master, 79; pro-
moted to second master by Meighen
against the wish of the Bailiff.-;, 103;
attack on the school by the Bailiffs
in consequence, 104; is summoned
before the High Commission Court
as a "dangerous suspected papist,"
104; imprisoned in the Gate House
at Westminster and suspended from
all teaching, 105; allowance given
him by Meighen, 106; harbours
Leach, 1 1 1 ; charges against him not
proven, 113; subscribes the Articles
and is replaced in the second room,
114; unjust charges repeated by the
Commissioners, 119; not considered
"a fit person to teach," 121; takes
Meighen's work, 128; is pensioned
and resigns, 130; gifts to the library
and death, 131.

Gieadowe, R. W. : pupil of Butler,
286.

C Governing Body of Shrewsbury School :
37> 37 * 5 decision as to the site of
the new school buildings, 372, 373.

(/raves, Charles Edward: pupil of
Kennedy, 342.

Gretton, Rev. F. E. : pupil of Butler,
286 ; his description of Mr. Jeudwine,
296 ; and of life at Shrewsbury School,
321.

Greville, Sir Fulke: at Shrewsbury
School with Sir Philip Sidney, 8j
his history, 9.

Griffith, Rev. Evan, "Griffy": assistant
master, 298.

Piers : pupil of Meighen, 94,

95-

Gwatkin, Rev. Henry Melville: pupil
of Kennedy, 342.

2 K 2



H

Hackett, Bishop: refuses to accept Mr.
Cotton as head master, 191 ; his cor-
respondence with Lord Newport, 192.

Hallam, George Hanley: pupil of
Kennedy, 347 ; assists him with
Latin primer, 362.

Hamilton, George Hans: pupil of
Kennedy, 336.

Hanmer, John: pupil of Meighen, 87.

Meredith: pupil of Ashton, 15.

Harding, Andrew: temporarily ap-
pointed by Meighen to the second
school, 105.

John : selected by the Bailiffs to

be head master in opposition to St.
John's College, consequent litigation,
134, 135-

Hardy, Gathorne (Lord Cranbrook):
pupil of Butler, 283, 284; opens the
new school buildings, 374.

Harries, Richard: pupil of Ashton, 20.

Sir Thomas: pupil of Ashton, 13.

Sir Thomas: pupil of Lawrence,

59, 60.

Harris, G. F. : pupil of Butler, 287.

Hugh: bailiff with Mr. Jones,

breaks open the school-chest, 108;
Meighen's consequent action against
them, 116; their case and success,
1 1 6, 1 1 8, 122; their costs, 124.

Sir Thomas: pupil of Chaloner,

156.

Harrington, Sir James: first cousin of
Philip Sidney, 9, 14, 278.

Hartshorne, Rev. Henry: pupil of
Butler, 293.

Hatton, Rev. Alexander: accidence
master, 205; third master, 237;
death, 241.

Hawkshead, John: bailiff with Mr.
Wolley, 113, 114; debt of Shrews-
bury School to him, 115.

Hawtrey, Dr. E. C. (head master of
Eton): consults Dr. Butler as to his
frequent examinations, 304.

Haynes, Mr. John : second master, 192 ;
proposed by the Mayor and declined
by Taylor, 193; resigns, 194.

Hayward, Roger: pupil of Piggott, 182.

Thomas, son-in-law of Meighen :

represents Meighen at the school
audit, 82, 128.



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Headlam, Thomas Emerson: pupil of
Butler, 282.

Heitland, William Emerton: pupil of
Moss, 387.

Hemans, H. W.: first editor of the

I Salopian, 384.

Henney, T. F.: assistant master, 301,

349-
Herbert, Richard: pupil of Piggott, 183.

Heylyn, Rowland: pupil of Lawrence,
63.

Hibbert, Right Hon. Sir J. T.: pupil of
Kennedy, 344, 371.

Hildyard, James : pupil of Butler, 284,
291.

Higgins, Edward, pupil of Meighen:
his oration, .75.

Higgons, George, bailiff: his disagree-
ments with Meighen, 98, 100.

Thomas :, pupil of Lawrence, 63.

Sir Thomas: pupil of Meighen,

92.

Hill,, General Sir Thomas Noel : pupil
of Butler, 287.

Richard: pupil of Taylor, 197,

198.

Rev. Rowland : pupil of Newling,

240.

Hills, Osmary: pupil of Lawrence, 64.

Holden, Henry : pupil of Butler, 286.

Holmes, Arthur: pupil of Kennedy,
342, 360-

Hopton, Arthur, the mathematician :
pupil of Meighen, 93.

Horde, Richard: pupil of Lawrence,

i 66; his oration, 75.

Horton, Rev. R. F. : pupil of Moss,
388.

Hoskyns, Chandos W., takes chair at
tercentenary dinner, 352.

Hotchkis, Rev. Leonard, the anti-
quarian : second master, 220 ; head
master, 221; his differences with the
bailiffs as to the officials at St. Mary's,
Shrewsbury, 222; protests against
money being taken from the school -
chest for Mr. Ryder's claim, 224, 225 ;
questions Mr. Wingfield's appoint-
ment, 225; gives separate receipts
for the payments as catechist and
head master, 226, 227 ; school registers
in his time, 229; gifts to the school
library, 230 ; character, 23 1 ; defends
school interests against the bailiffs,



232 ; opposes Mr. Wingfield's petition
for an increase of stipend for the curate
of St. Mary's, 233; eminent pupils,
234-236.

How, Bishop Walsham : pupil of Ken-
nedy, 355, 376.

Humphreys, Humphrey, Bishop of
Bangor: pupil of Piggott, 183.

Rev. Thomas : third master, 242 ;

second master, 252.

Hughes, T. S,: pupil of Butler, 266,
267, 284, 349.

Humphry, Rev. W. G. : pupil of
Butler, 282 ; his opinion of Dr. Butler,
305.



Inge, Rev. William : pupil of Kennedy,

343. 4"-
Iliff, Rev. Frederick: senior assistant

and house master, 294, 299, 300.

J

Jackson, F. J. : pupil of Moss, 391.

Ralph: accidence master, 154;

his gift to the school library, 154;
third master, 178 ; his resignation,
179-

James, Dr., head master of Rugby:
consulted by Dr. Butler about points
of .school management, 263.

Jeffrys, Judge: pupil of Piggott, 184,
185.

Jeudwine, John : elected second master,
263; his differences with Dr. Butler,
263; his death, 293; his differences
with Dr. Butler as to the promotion
pf boys, 294 ; reconciled to Dr.
Butler, 295; described by Revs. F.
E. Gretton and Dr. Kennedy, 296.

Johnes, Thomas: pupil of Newling,

241.
Johnson, George Henry: pupil of

Butler, 281.
i Henry : third master, 203 ; refuses

to surrender his nomination, 204.
Samuel : accidence master, 241 ;

third master, 252.
Jones, Edward, Bishop of St. Asaph :

pupil of Piggott, 183.

Ralph: accidence master, 39, 79,

114, 126, 146.

Rice : pupil of Philipps, 220.



INDEX



53



Jones, Thomas : pupil of Newling, 239.

Sir Thomas: pupil of Meighen,

90.

Sir Thomas : counsel to St. John's

College in the "Oswald Smith" case,
195-

William, bailiff: disagrees with

Meighen, 98, 100; refuses to pro-
mote Gittins to the second room,
103, 104; breaks open, with Mr.
Harris, the school - chest, 108;
Meighen's unsuccessful action against
him, 116, 118; its cost, 124.

William Basil, Bishop of St.

David's: pupil of Kennedy, 335.

K

Kennedy, Benjamin Hall : head master,
325 ; his successes and friends at
Cambridge, 326; takes pupils at
Cambridge, 328; assistant master at
Harrow, 328; intends to pay atten-
tion to modern languages and history,
329 ; makes mathematics part of the
regular work of the school, 330 ; intro-
duces the college cap, 332 ; decreasing
numbers in his time, 334; gives
evidence before the Public School
Commissioners, 345 ; eminent pupils,
337-339; address presented to him,
348 ; new ordinances for Shrewsbury
School in his time, 355~357; elected
Regius Professor of Greek at Cam-
bridge, 360; his interest in women's
education, 361 ; his publications, 362;
his "strues," 364; causes of his
success, 365, 366 ; his character, 368 ;
his rules for the runs, 395 ; legalises
boating, 405; his memorial, 375.

Mrs. : 368.

Kent, Duchess of: visits Shrewsbury
School, 291, 292,

Roger : the first accidence master,

39, 51 ; his death and burial, 79.

Kilmorey, Lord: pupil of Chaloner, 156.

King, Sir John : counsel to the Corpora-
tion in the "Oswald Smith" case,
195-

Kingsland: the site of the new school
buildings, 373.



Laftan, Major H. D., R.E.: pupil of

Moss, 390.
Langley, Sir Henry: pupil of Piggott,

181, 182.



Laud, Archbishop: writes to the bailiffs
as to an increase of stipend for the
vicar of Chirbury, 145; and for the
curate of St. Mary's, 146.

Laughton, Rev. R.: appointed curate
of St. Mary's, Joo.

Lawrence, Thomas: second master, 6;
head master, 49 ; flourishing condition
of Shrewsbury School under him, 50,
65 ; churchwarden of St. Mary's, 52 :
his liking for pageants, 54; eminent
pupils; 58-60, 66, 67; pensioned,
69; his death, 69.

Lawson, Marmaduke : pupil of Butler,
269.

Leach, Humphry: pupil of Lawrence,
64; harboured by Gittins, 104; con-
demned by Archbishop Bancroft, 1 10,
in, 119; his history, ill.

Lee, Sir Humphrey: pupil of Ashton,
14.

Sir Richard : friend of Chaloner,

149.

Leighton, Sir William : pupil of Ashton,
159-

Levyson, Sir Walter : pupil of Ashton,
13-

Lewys, Andrew, bailiff: opposes the
promotion of Gittins, 103.

Lewes, Sir Watkin : pupil of Hotchkis,
235-

Leicester, Lord : reconciled to Lord
Essex by Ashton, 25 ; visits Shrews-
bury School, 75 ; and hears orations,
76.

Liddell, Charles : pupil of Butler, 288.

Linwood, Rev. William: assistant
master, 349, 367; objection to his
orthodoxy, 348.

Littledale, Charles St. George: pupil
of Moss, 391.

Littleton, Edward : pupil of Chaloner>
148.

Lloyd, Rev. Moses: nominated by
Hotchkis curate of St. Mary's, 225 ;
takes action to establish his claim,
226.

Richard : elected head master, 201 ;
state of the school in his time, 202 ;
his ecclesiastical offices, 202; has to
choose between the head -mastership
and the vicarage of Sellack, 203,
215; eminent pupils, 206-208; resig-
nation, 215; negotiations with the
Corporation, 217.



SHREWSBURY SCHOOL



Lloyd, Rev. Thomas Bucknall : pupil of
Kennedy and vicar of St. Mary's,
337, 376, 403-

Longden, David : the first school bailiff,
98.

Longley, Rev. C. T., head master of
Harrow: consults Dr. Butler as to
his examination system, 304; con-
gratulatory testimony of Dr. Butler,
307; might have been succeeded by
Dr. Kennedy, 328.

Luckock, Herbert Mortimer: pupil of
Kennedy, 338.

Lutwich, Sir Edward: pupil of Chaloner,
148.

Lysons, Sir Daniel : pupil of Butler, 287.

Lyster, Richard, M.p. : pupil of Lloyd,
206.

Sir Thomas : friend of Chaloner,

153-

M

Mackworth, Humphry: pupil of
Chaloner, 149, 152.

Humphry : pupil of Meighen, 92,

93-

Captain Humphry: pupil of Ash ton,

14.

Thomas: pupil of Chaloner, 157.

Maddox,John, K.C.: pupil of Hotchkis,
234.

Mall, Rev. John: selected as second
master, but prefers to remain at
Bishop's Stortford School, 222.

Master and Seniors of St. John's
College, The: entrusted with the
election of the masters of Shrewsbury
School, 38; elect Gittins as third
master, 79 ; nominate Mr. Evans and
then Mr. More to succeed Meighen,
134; commence litigation to establish
their right to "elect and send masters
to Shrewsbury School," 135; select
Chaloner as head master, 137; changes
upon the appointment of a mayor,
144; elect Mr. Taylor head master,
191 ; ordinances of Shrewsbury School
affecting their right to appoint masters,
212, 213; final struggle of the Cor-
poration against them in this matter,
215; they determine to go to law,
216-218; letter to the Corporation,
253-

Matthewes, Rev. James: third master,
252 ; indignation of the mayor at his
appointment, 253.



Matthewes, Thomas, bailiff: refuses to
take the oath at the school audit,
1 02.

Matthews, Robert : elected third master
by the Corporation, 204.

May, Chief Justice: pupil of Butler,
283.

Maynwaring, Arthur : pupil of Taylor,
199.

Sir George: pupil of Ashton, 13.

Mayor, Professor J. E. B. : pupil of

Kennedy, 339.

Meighen, John: entered Shrewsbury
School, 20; elected head master, 73,
74; churchwarden of St. Mary's, 74;
receives the Earls of Essex and
Leicester, 75; new school buildings
in his time, 78, 96; commences the
school library, 81 ; his sons and their
history, 83 ; the chapel dedicated, 83 ;
is pensioned, 86; eminent pupils,
87-93> his first disagreement with
the bailiffs, 98; is unwilling to ap-
point a curate for St. Mary's, 100;
refuses to take the oath at the school
audit, 101 ; contrary to the bailiffs,
he thinks Gittins fit for promotion to
the second room, 103, 104; his pay-
ments to Gittins questioned, 105,
118; files a bill in chancery against
the bailiffs for breaking open the
school-chest, 116, 117; unfavourable
report of the Commissioners, 119,
121, 122; an unexpected verdict,
125; his resignation, 129.

Richard, son of the head master :

a bookseller, he helps to get books
for the school library, 85.

Melville, David : pupil of Butler, 282.

Meredith, Lieut. -Col. Henry Warter:
pupil of Kennedy, 346.

Montagu, Rev. Edward: 398.

General Horace: pupil of Kennedy,

346.

Morgan,Right Hon. Sir George Osborne:
pupil of Kennedy, 343.

Hugh: pupil of Kennedy, 337.'

Henry Arthur : pupil of Kennedy,

342.

Moss, Henry Whitehead: 347; head
master, 369; his successful adminis-
tration, 370 ; presides at the opening
of the new school buildings, 374;
presented a swimming bath to the
school ; eminent pupils, 387-390.

John Cottam : 389.



INDEX



505



Moston: acts as substitute for Gittins,

106, 124.
Moore, Colonel Samuel : pupil of

Meighen, 93.
Munro, H. A. J.: pupil of Kennedy,

339 3^3 5 his testimony to Kennedy,

364-

Morse, Francis : pupil of Kennedy, 338.
Metcalfe, Frederick : pupil of Butler,

285.

N

Nedeham, Robert: his oration before

Sir Henry Sidney, 57.
Needham, Mr. John : friend of Chaloner,

149, 152.
Newling, Charles: pupil of Hotchkis,

235; head master, 237; Blakeway's

and Dr. Adam's opinion, 238; his

resignation; eminent pupils, 239, 240.
Newport, Sir Francis : pupil of Ashton,

59-

Sir Richard: 139.

Newton, Sir Charles Thomas : pupil of

Butler, 283.
New school buildings, The : description,

377, 378; opening ceremony, 374.
Nevinson, Henry W. : pupil of Moss,

390.

O

Oatley, Sir Adam : pupil of Chaloner,
155-

Sir Francis: friend of Chaloner,

149, 152.

Mr. Richard : friend of Chaloner,

149, 152.

Sir Richard: pupil of Chaloner,

IS5.

Ogden, Richard: third master, 154, 178.

Oliver, John, mayor of Shrewsbury:
his indignation at the appointment of
Mr. Matthewes as third master, 203,
262.

Owen, Hugh: qualifies as a burgess,
215 ; the Corporation intend to install
him as head master, 216; is deposed
after an action brought by St. John's
College, 218; de facto head master
for four years, 219.

Morgan, Bishop of Llandaff : pupil

of Meighen, 87.

Robert, the Herald-at-Arms: his

history, 16; his arms of the bailiffs
given to the school library, 19, 246.

Thomas: pupil of Meighen, 91.



Page, T. E. : pupil of Kennedy, assists
him with his Latin primer, 362, 389.

Paget, Francis, Dean of Christ Church :
pupil of Moss, 371, 387.

Panders: 1 6, 17.

Paley, Frederick Apthorp : his descrip-
tion of Mrs. Butler, 293; and of
Dr. Butler, 308; his account of the
religious influence of Dr. Butler, 311;
and how Mrs. Paley mistook John
Bandy for Dr. Butler, her brother-
in-law, 316.

Parr, Dr. Samuel: his opinion of the
Shrewsbury School library, 242; and
of Mr. Atcherley, 255 ; his advice to
Dr. Butler, 268; present at Speech-
day, 317.

Parry, Rev. Humphrey : second master,
228, 229; his resignation, 237.

Paton, J. Lewis Alexander: pupil of
Moss, 389.

Peile, Thomas Williamson : pupil of
Butler, 285.

Petition, The, of the Dean and Chapter
of Hereford Cathedral to Lord
Burghley : 7, 51, 68.

Penry, John, the Puritan: pupil of
Ashton, 15.

Phayre, General Sir Arthur: pupil of
Butler, 28.

General Sir Robert : pupil of

Butler, 287.

Philipps, Rev. Robert: official of St.
Mary's and head master, 220; his
mastership and death, 220.

Phillipps, Ambrose, the poet: pupil of
Lloyd, 206-208.

Piggott, Richard: confirmed as head
master, 159; his history, 173; probably
not in holy orders, 174; favourable
testimony from Richard Baxter and
Mr. Tallents, 175; David Evans,
his colleague, 176; eminent pupils,
181-184; he is imprisoned at the
Restoration, 186.

Plays : Ashton's first play The Passion
of Christ, 5, 17; the Whitsuntide
plays, 17, 18; ^10 voted towards
them, 19, 20; the play in 1569, 48;
Lawrence's liking for pageants, 54;
revival of the play in 1848, 415.

Podmore, Rev. Ralph : introduced as a
temporary master by Mr. Brickdale
the mayor, 222.



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Poole, Colonel Arthur James, c.B. :
pupil of Kennedy, 346.

Richard : recommended as head

master by the bailiffs, 133, 134.

Potts, Alexander William: pupil of

Kennedy, 346.
Powell, Robert: pupil of Chaloner,

154, "55-
Powys, Littleton: pupil of Chaloner,

I&8, 189.
Thomas: pupil of Chaloner, 189,

190.

Thomas : pupil of Hotchkis, 235.

Preston, George: pupil of Kennedy,

347-
Price, Daniel, Dean of Hereford : pupil

of Meighen, 89.

Rev Mansfield : elected second

master, 222; his resignation, 228.

Rev. Sampson : preaches at the
opening of the school chapel, 83;
his history, 89.

Robert: pupil of Taylor, 199.

Pritchard, Thomas: pupil of Meighen,

8 S .
Public Schools Act: 359, 370.

Commissioners: discredit the

system of "merit money" at Shrews-
bury School, 306; Dr. Kennedy's
evidence. 345 ; their visit to Shrews-
bury School, 357; and report, 358,
359-



Raikes. Right Hon. Henry Cecil : pupil
of Kennedy, 344; presents the
memorial against the site for the
new buildings, 372.

Riddell, Rev. James : pupil of Kennedy,

341-
Roderick, Rev. Richard: pupil of



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