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tary of State, who in 1666 presented a magnificent
silver trumpet and contributed largely to the expense
of rebuilding the College at the end of that century ;
John Michel, who founded eight fellowships, four
scholarships and eight exhibitions, now merged in
Eglesfeild's foundation ; Lady Elizabeth Hastings,
who gave an estate in Yorkshire, which now supports
more than twenty-five exhibitioners ; Robert Mason,
who gave £30,000 to the Library and so raised it to
one of the highest places among the libraries of
Oxford ; and Sir Edward Repps Jodrell, who in these
last days has founded five scholarships.

Among its most distinguished alumni have been
Edmund Gibson, Bishop of London, the author of
Codex Juris Ecclesise Anglicanoe ; the antiquaries
Archbishop Nicolson, Bishop Tanner and Edward
Rowe Mores ; Bishop Van Mildert of Durham ; Arch-
bishop Thomson of York ; John Mill, the editor of
the Greek Testament ; H alley the astronomer,
Mitford the historian of Greece, Jeremy Bentham and
Lord Jeffrey.

About two hundred years ago the College, which is
represented in Loggan's print, was entirely pulled
down and gradually replaced by the present buildings.
Through the liberality of the Corporation of
the City a frontage to the High Street was
course of sixty years the
buildings were completed,
taken in hand by Provost
south fronts of the front
quadrangle were the last to be finished. The woodcut,
by Green, shewing the eastern side about 1730 shows
the ruins of the east window of the old chapel before
they were finally cleared away. The cast of the
Florentine Boar, given to the College by Sir Roger
Newdigate, and shown in the sketch from Ingram of
the Upper Library before the old reading desks were



obtained, and in the
whole of the present
The library was first
Halton ; the east and



removed to make room for new bookcases, is now
on loan in the University Art Galleries in the Taylor
Building. The design for the south front of the Hall
and Chapel is said to have been sketched for Hawkes-
moore by Sir Christopher Wren.

J. R. MAGRATH, Provost.

For a much fuller account of this college by the
provost, see the " Colleges of Oxford," by A. Clark,
M.A., Methuen, London, 1891.




the founder's drinking HORN.— From Shaw 's specimens of Ancient Furniture.



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PROVOSTS OF QUEEN S.



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OLD seal, 1340.— From Ingram. NEW SEAL 1584.— From Ingram.

VISITOR-THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK.



PROVOSTS.



1. Retteford, Richard de, D.D., provost 1340;
prebendary of Moreton-cum-Whadon, in Hereford
cathedral, 1349, of Masham, or Massam, 1358-64,
and of Tockerington (both) in York cathedral
1364-9, as Retford.

2. Hotham, John de, B.D., provost 1354; fellow
1350, chancellor of the university 1357 and 1359,
D.D. , rector of Chinnor, buried in the chancel of his
church 1361.

3. Whitfelde, Henry, M.A., provost about 1361,
ejected 1376 ; fellow 1353.

4. Carlisle, Thomas de, B.D. fellow 1368, provost

6 Jan., 1376-7, until his death 1404; sometime of
University College.

5. Frank, William, provost, so named in 1377, fellow
1372.

6. "Whelpdale, Roger de, M.A., provost 15 April,
1404, resigned 4 Feb., 1420-1 ; of Balliol, proctor
1403, fellow Queen's 1403, B.D. ; rector of Burgh-
clere, Hants, bishop of Carlisle 1420 ; died 4 Feb. ,
1422-3, will dated 25 Jan. same year.

7. Bell, Walter, M.A., provost 5 Feb., 1420-1,
resigned 1426 ; fellow 1416.

8. Bires, Rowland (or Del Byrys), M.A., provost 8
Dec. , 1426, until his death 1432 ; fellow 1414.

9. Eglesfeld, Thomas de, M.A., provost 17 Oct.,
1432 ; proctor 1430, fellow 1431 ; died provost of
Graystock, Cumberland.

10. Spenser, William, M.A., provost 1442, resigned
1459 ; fellow 1429.

11. Peyrson, John, M.A., confirmed provost 3 Aug.,
1460, resigned 1482 ; fellow 1451, doctor of decrees,
vice-chancellor 1464.

12. Boost, Henry (or Bost), B. D., provost 1482-7;
incepted as. M.A., 29 April, 1455, fellow 1458 ;
fellow King's Hall, Cambridge, 1477, master
1477-83, and provost of Eton College 1478 ; died

7 Feb., 1502-3, buried in the chapel of Eton
College. See Alumni Eton., 353.

13. Langton, Thomas, LL.D., provost 6 Dec,
1487 ; fellow Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, 1461,
proctor 1462 ; preb. of St. Decuman in Bath and
Wells 1478, treasurer of Exeter cathedral 1478,
preb. of North Kelsey in Lincoln cathedral 1483,
master of St. Julian's hospital, Southampton, rector



of All Hallows, Bread Street, Lo'ndon, 1480, and of
All Hallows, Lombard Street, 1482, bishop of
St. Davids 1483, of Salisbury 1485, and of Win-
chester 1493, elected archbishop of Canterbury
22 Jan., 1500-1, but died 5 days after, before the
translation could be perfected, his will dated 25 Jan. ,
1500-r, proved 20 May following. See Foster's
Alumni Oxonienses, 880.

14. Bainbrigg, Christopher, M.A., provost 1495,
born (as 'tis said) at Hylton, near Appleby, West-
morland ; the intimate friend of Morton, arch-
bishop of Canterbury ; prebend of South Grantham,
resigned Feb., 1485, of Chardstock i486, and of
Horton i486 (all) in the church of Salisbury, preb.
of North Kelsey, in the church of Lincoln, 1496 ;
LL.D. Bologna and incorporated at Cambridge;
rector of Aller, Somerset, 1497-1505, treasurer of
St. Paul's 1497-1503, prebendary of Strenshall 1503,
and dean of York 1503, master of the rolls 1504,
dean of Windsor 1505 ; of the king's council and
almoner to Henry VII ; bishop of Durham 1507,
archbishop of York 1508 ; ambassador to Rome
1509, created a cardinal March, 1511, poisoned at

■ Rome 14 July, 1514. See Al. Ox. 56.

15. Rigge, Edward, provost about 1508, resigned 20
Dec, 1514 ; fellow about 1485, M.A. and B.D.,
dispensed 30 April, 1513 ; rector of St. Mildred,
Bread Street, London, 1514. See A I. Ox. 1258.

16. Pantrey, John, B.D., provost 10 Jan., 1514-15,
fellow about 1500, M.A., B.D. 12 May, 1512, D.D.,
suppld. 9 June, 1515 ; rector of South Moreton, and
of Sulhampstead (both) Berks 1519 ; will at Oxford
proved 29 Jan. , 1541. See Al. Ox. 1112.

17. Devenish, William, M.A., provost 1541-59, B. A.
19 Feb., 1526-7, fellow Merton 1528, M.A. 15 July,
1530, fellow Queen's 1534, B.D. (suppld. 2 July),
1537 I chaplain to Henry VII., canon of Canterbury
1544, until deprived (temp. Q. Mary) 1554, rector
of Mildenhall, Wilts, 1548, canon of Windsor,
temp. Ed. VI. canon of Chichester 1556, until his
death 24 March, 1558-9. See Al. Ox. 399.

18. Hodgson, Hugh, M.A., provost 1559-61 ; B.A.
27 April, 1531, M.A. 2 July, 1537, fellow 1539;
"left his place for religion sake;" one of these
names rector of Battlesden, Beds, 1547-55, and
rector of Semer, Suffolk, 1550. See Al. Ox. 725.



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PROVOSTS OF QUEEN'S.



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19. Frauiicis, Thomas, D.Med., provost 1561-3 ;
a native of Chester ; B.A. 19 June, 1540, M.A. 13
June, 1544, of Christ Church 1547, B. and
D.Med. 1553-4. and admitted to practice 9
March, 1554-5, regius professor of physic 1554-61 ;
fellow college of physicians 1560, president 1568,
physician to Q. Elizabeth ; his will dated 8 April,
1574, proved (c.P.C.) 9 Nov. following. See A I.
Ox. 531.

20. Shawe, Lancelot, B.D., provost 1563, removed
^65 by the commissioners ; fellow 1535, B.A.
4 July, 1531, M.A. 22 June, 1534, B. D. 14 March,
1543-4 ; vicar of Brough-under-Stainmore, Westmor-
land, and of Burnham, Bucks, 1547, rector of Crosby
Garrett, Westmorland, 1549. See Al. Ox. 1341.

21. Scot, Alan, M.A. , provost 22 Nov., 1565, re-
signed 1575 ; B.A. 5 July, 1554, M.A. 6 July, 1556,
fellow 1556-65 ; vicar of Edenhall, Cumberland,

rector of Charlton-upon-Otmore, and rector
of Bletchington, (both) Oxon, 1571 ; will at Oxford
proved 27 July, 1578. See Al. Ox. 1324.

22. Bousfield, Bartholomew, M.A. , provost 9 June,
1575 ; suppld. for B.A. Michaelmas term, 1548 ;
rector of Trottiscliffe, Kent, 1546-78, rector of
St. Christopher-le-Stocks 1566, and of St. Michael,
Crooked Lane, London, 23 Aug., 1581 ; died same
year. See Al. Ox. 162.

23. Robinson, Henry, M.A., provost 5 May, 1581,
resigned 8 March, 1598-9 ; tabarder Queen's, B.A.
12 July, 1572, fellow 1572, M.A. 20 June, 1575, B. D.
10 July, 1582, D.D. 6 July, 1590, principal of
St. Edmund Hall 1576 81 ; rector of Fairstead, Essex,
1580, a member of Gray's Inn 1601 ; bishop of
Carlisle 1598, until his death 19 June, 1616, buried in
his cathedral, M.I. See Al. Ox. 1267.

24. Ayray, Henry, B.D. , provost 9 March, 1598-9;
s. William, the favourite servant of Bernard Gilpin,
the apostle of the north. St. Edmund Hall,
matric. entry under date 29 March, T580, aged 20,
as of Westmorland, pleb. ; tabarder Queen's 1583,
B.A. 19 June, 1583, M.A. 15 June, 1586, fellow
1586, B.D. 16 Dec, 1594, D.D. 17 June, 1600,
vice-chancellor 1606 ; rector of Charlton-upon-
Otmoor, Oxon, 1606, canon of Canterbury 1609,
rector of Bletchington 1615 ; died 10 Oct., 1616,
aged 57; his will at Oxford proved 21 Dec, 1616.
See Al. Ox. 49.



25. Potter, Barnabas, D.D. , provost 14 Oct., 1616,
resigned 17 June, 1626. Queen's, matric. 3 May,
J 594i aged 15, as of Westmorland, pleb. ; B.A.
24 April, 1599, M.A. 30 June, 1602, fellow 1602, B. D.
5 July, 1610, licenced to preach 6 July, 1610, D.D.
27 June, 1615, principal of St. Edmund Hall, 1610 ;
vicar of Dean Prior 1615, and rector of Diptford,
Devon, 1615, puritanical preacher at Totnes, Devon ;
bishop of Carlisle 1629, until his death, buried in St.
Paul's, Covent Garden, 6 Jan., 1641-2. See Al. Ox.
1 185.

26. Potter, Christopher, B.D., provost 17 June,
1626. Queen's, matric. 11 July, 1606, aged 15, as
of Westmorland, pleb. .(nephew of Barnaby); B.A. 30
April, 1610, M.A. 8 July, 1613, chaplain, fellow 1614,
B.D. and licenced to preach 9 March, 1620-1, D.D.
17 Feb., 1626-7, vice-chancellor 1640-1 ; a zealous
puritanical lecturer at Abingdon, Berks, chaplain in
ordinary, rector of Strathfieldsaye, Hants, 1627,
precentor of Chichester 1631, rector of Bletchington,
1632, and of Great Haseley, (both) Oxon, 1642,
dean of Worcester 1636, nominated dean of Dur-
ham Jan., 1645-6, but died before installation,
5 March, 1645-6, will at Oxford proved 11 March,
1646. See Al. Ox. 1185.

27- Langbaine, Gerard, M.A., provost 11 March.
1645-6 ; s. William, of Barton Kirk, Westmorland,
Queen's, matric. 21 Nov., 1628, aged 19, as of
Westmorland pleb. ; B.A. 24 July, 1630, fellow 1633,
M.A. 27 June, 1633, created D.D. 22 June, 1646,
keeper of the archives 1644 (and? vicar of Crosth-
waite, Cumberland, 1644), until his death 10 Feb.,
1657-8, will at Oxford dated 19 Aug., 1647. See Al.
Ox. 876.

28. Barlow, Thomas, B.D. , provost 15 Feb. , 1657-8,
resigned 6 April, 1677; s. Richard, of Orton, Westmor-
land, pleb. Queen's, matric 1 July, 1625, aged 16,
B.A. 24 July, 1630, fellow 1633, M.A. 27 June, 1633,
B.D. 23 July, 1657, D.D. 2 Aug., 1660, head keeper
of Bodley's library 1652-60, Margaret professor of
divinity 1660-76 ; lecturer of Church Hill, near
Burford, Oxon, canon of Worcester 1660. arch-
deacon of Oxford, 1664, bishop of Lincoln 1675,
until his death 8 Oct., 1691, at Bugden, Hunts. See
Al. Ox. 73.

29. Halton, Timothy, D.D., provost 7 April, 1677; s.
Miles, of Greystoke, Cumberland, esq. Queen's,
matric. 14 June, 1649, as"ser,"B.A. 17 Feb.", 1652-3,
M.A. 21 June, 1655, fellow 1656, B.D. 1662, D.D.




EXTERIOR of the library, queen's. — From Ingram.




THE CHAPEL, QUEEN'S COLLEGE.

From an Engraving by Malton.



169



PROVOSTS OF QUEEN'S.



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1674, vice-chancellor 1679-82, 1685-6; prebendary
of St. David's 1662, archdeacon of Brecknock 1672,
and of Oxford 1675, rector of Weyhill, Hants, 1679,
and of Charlton-upon-Otmore, Oxon, 1685, until his
death 21 July, 1704, buried in the college chapel.
See Al. Ox. 638.

30. Lancaster,William, D.D., provost 15 Oct., 1704;
s. William, of Sockbridge, Westmorland ' ' pauperis."
Queen's, matric. 1 July, 1670, aged 20, B. A. 6 Feb. ,
1674-5, M - A - l6 7 8 . fellow 1678, B.D.1690, D.D. 1692,
vice-chancellor 1705-9; originally "a little petty
schoolmaster in Westmorland ; " vicar of Oakley,
Bucks, 1682, and of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields 1692,
archdeacon of Middlesex 1705; died 4 Feb., 1716-
17. See Al. Ox. 874.

31. Gibson, John, B.D., provost 13 Feb. , 1716-7 ; s.
Richard, of Bampton, Westmorland, pp. Queen's,
matric. 18 Feb., 1691-2, aged 14, B.A. 1697, M.A.
1700, fellow 1701, B. D. 1712, D.D. 21 March,
1716-17 ; canon of Lincoln 1719, and of Peterborough
1727, rector of Farthingston 1720, and of Lower
Isham (both) Northants 1721, until his death at
Oxford 2 Sept., 1730, buried 9th; will at Oxford
proved 8 April, 1731. See Al. Ox. 562.

32. Smith, Joseph, D.D.. provost 20 Oct. , 1730 ; bap-
tised at Lowther, 30 Oct., 1670, s. William, rector of
Lowther, Westmorland, 1662-76. Queen's, matric.
16 May, 1689, aged 18 (from Durham school),
tabarder 1683, B.A. 1694, M.A. by diploma 1 March,
1696-7, fellow 1698, proctor 1704, B. and D.D. 1708 ;
secretary to his godfather Sir Joseph Williamson at



the treaty of Ryswick 1696, minister of the donative
of Upton Grey, Northants, 1703-16, rectorof Knights'
Enham, Hants, 1708, canon of Lincoln 1723, andof St.
Paul's 1728, chaplain in ordinary to queen Caroline,
rector of St. Dionis, Lime Street, London, with the
donative of Paddington 1716 ; died 23 Nov., 17^6,
aged 86. See A I. Ox. 1376.

33. Browne, Joseph, D.D. , provost 3 Dec., 1756 ; s.
George, of Newchurch, Cumberland, pleb. Queen's
matric. 24 March, 1715-16, aged 15, B.A. 1721,
M.A. 1724, fellow 1731, B.D. 1737, D.D. 1743,
Sedleian professor of natural philosophy 1741-67,
vice-chancellor 1759-65 ; rector of Bramshot, Hants,
1746, canon 1746, and chancellor of Hereford 1752,
until his death 17 July, 1767. See Al. Ox. ii. 175.

34. Fothergill, Thomas, D.D., provost 15 Oct.,
1767 ; s. Henry, of Russendale, Westmorland, pleb.
Queen's, matric. 13 July, 1734, aged 18, B.A. 1739,
M.A. 1742, fellow 17 March, 1751-2, B.D. 1755, D.D.
1762, vice-chancellor 1772-5; canon of Durham 1775,
until his death 30 Aug. , 1796. See Al. Ox. ii. 483.

35. Collinson, Septimus, D.D., provost 20 Oct., 1796;
s. Joseph, of Longworth, Cumberland, pleb. Queen's,
matric, 13 June, 1759, aged 19 (from Appleby school,
Westmorland), B.A. 1763, M.A. 1767, fellow 1777,
B.D. 1792, D.D. 1793, select preacher 1804, Mar-
garet professor of divinity 1798-1827; born n Sept. ,
1739, rector of Earnshill 1774, of Dowlish Wake
and Dowlish West, Somerset, 1778, and of Holwell,
Dorset, 1794-6, canon of Worcester 1798, until his
death 24 fan., 1827. See Al. Ox. ii. 280.




interior of the library, queen's. — From Ingram.



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PROVOSTS OF QUEEN'S.



172



36. Fox, John, D.D. , provost 1 Feb. , 1827 ; is. Henry,
of St. Bees, Cumberland, gent. Queen's, matric. 4
Dec, 1794, aged 20, tabarder 1798, B.A. 1798, M.A.
1802, tutor and fellow 1808-27, B- ar >d D.D. 1827;
master Northleach school 1826-7 '< died 11 August
1855. See Al. Ox. ii. 487.

37. Thomson, William, D.D., provost 18 Oct.,
1855, resigned 10 April, 1862 ; is. John, of
Whitehaven, Cumberland, gent. Queen's, matric.
2 June, 1836, aged 19 (from Shrewsbury school),
scholar 1837-40, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1844, fellow 1847-
1854), select preacher 1848, 56, 64, Bampton lecturer
55, tutor, B. and D.D. 1856 (Honours : — 3 classics
1840; born 11 Feb., 1819, hon. LL. D. Camb. 1888,
a schoolmaster at Whitehaven, rector of All Souls'
Marylebone 1855, preacher Lincoln's Inn 1858-61,
bishop of Gloucester 1861-3, a privy councillor and
archbishop of York 1861, until his death 25 Dec,
1890. See Al. Ox. ii. 1413.

38. Jackson, William, D.D., provost 8 May, 1862 ;
born at Grasmere, Westmorland, 17 Dec, 1792 ; s.
Thomas, rector 1806-22. Queen's, matric. 10 May,



1808, aged 15 (from Kendal school), B.A. 1812,
M.A. 1815, fellow 1815-29, tutor 1827, B.D. 1828,
D.D. 1832 (Honours : — 2 classics 1811), Whitehall
preacher 1827 ; chancellor of the diocese of Carlisle
1846-55, archdeacon and canon 1856-62 ; rector of
Cliburn, Westmorland, 1841-58, and of Lowther
1828, until his death 13 Sept., 1878. See Al. Ox.
ii- 737-
39. Magrath, John Richard, D.D., provost 3 Oct.,
1878 ; born in St. Peter's Port, isle of Guernsey, 29
Jan., 1839 ; 3s. Nicholas, of Guernsey, surgeon.
Oriel, matric 6 Dec. , 1856, aged 17 (from Elizabeth
coll., Guernsey), scholar 1856-60, B.A. 1860; fellow
Queen's 1860-78, M.A. 1863, tutor 1864-77, B. and
D.D. 1878 (Honours: — Stanhope essay i860, 1
classics and 4 mathematics i860, theological scholar-
ship 1861), librarian and president Oxford union
society 1861, classical examiner 1870, 1, 2, proctor
1876, select preacher 1867-9 '< vicar of Sparsholt,
Berks, 1887-9, member of Hebdomadal council
1878, curator of university chest 1885, chaplain to
bishop of Winchester 1891. See Al. Ox. ii. 901, and
Men and Women 0/ the Time.




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FELLOWS.



Madan, Henry George, born at Cam, co. Gloucester,
6 Sept. , 1838; is. George, hon. canon of Bristol,
etc. Corpus Christi, matric. 3 April, 57, aged
18 (from Marlborough), exhibitioner 57-61, B.A. 60 ;
fellow Queen's 61, M.A. 64 (Honours : — 2 classical
mods. 58, 4 classics 60, 1 natural science 61), natural
science examiner 65-6, and 91-92, demonstrator of
chemistry in the University labratory 63-9 ; science
master at Eton 69-89.

Simcox, George Augustus, born in London, 18 July,
1841 ; is. George Price, gent. Corpus Christi,
matric. 14 Oct. , 58, aged 1.7 (from Kidderminster gr.
school), scholar 58-63, B.A. 62 ; fellow Queen's 63,
M.A. 65 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 60, Ireland
scholarship 61, 1 classics 62, 3 law and history 62,
Craven scholarship 62, Latin essay 64), president
Oxford union society 66.

White, John, born at Antrim, 21 July, 1839 ; 3s. James
Robert, of Dalkey, Ireland, arm. BxLLIOL, matric.
23 Jan., 58, aged 18 (from Cheltenham coll.),
scholar 57-62, B.A. 62 ; fellow Queen's 63, lecturer
63-4, M.A. 64 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 60,
English verse 61, 2 classics 62, English sacred verse
69) ; bar-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 66. See Foster's
Men at the Bar.

Armstrong, Edward, born at Tidenham, co. Glou-
cester, 3 March, 1846 ; 2s. John, bishop of Grahams
town. Exeter, matric. 28 Jan., 65, aged 18 (from
Bradfield coll.), scholar 64, B.A. 69; fellow
Queen's 69, tutor 70-1, M.A. 71 ; (Honours : — 1



classical mods. 66, 1 classics 69) ; lecturer 75, senior
bursar 78.

Sayce, Rev. Archibald Henry, born at Shirehampton,
co. Gloucester, 25 Sept. 1846 ; is. Henry Samuel,
perpetual curate Shirehampton. Brasenose, matric.
9 March, 65, aged 19 (from Grosvenor college,
Bath) ; scholar Queen's 65-9, B.A. 69, fellow 69,
tutor 70-9, M.A. 71 (Honours: — 1 classical mods.
66, 1 classics 68), examiner in theology jj, 78, a
member of the old testament revision company,
deputy professor of comparative philology 76-90,
professor of Assyriology 91, a visitor of the Ash-
molean museum ; created LL. D. Dublin 8r, and
D.D. Edinburgh 89. For list of his works see
Men and Women of the Time.

G-rose, Rev. Thomas Hodge, born at Redruth, Corn-
wall, 9 Nov., 1845, 4s. James, gent. Balliol,
matric. 17 Oct., 64, aged 18 (from Manchester gr.
school), scholar 63 9, B.A. 68 ; fellow Queen's 70,
M.A. 71, tutor 71 (Honours :— i classical mods,
and 1 mathematical mods. 66, 1 classics and 1
mathematics 68), president Oxford union society
71, classical examiner 76, 7, 8, 80, 1, 5, 8, 9, 90.

Morice, Rev. Francis David, born in London 23 June,
1849 ; is. David Simpson, arm. New Coll.
matric. 12 Oct., 66, aged 17 (from Winchester coll.),
scholar 66 70 ; fellow Queen's, 71, B.A. 71, M.A.
73 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 68, 1 classics 70
Latin essay 71, Craven scholarship 72) ; assistant
master Rugby school 74.



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Markheim, Henry William Gegg, born at Smyrna,
Asia Minor, 26 Jan., 1845; 2s. Harrison Alfred,
missionary. University Coll., matric. 17
Oct., 63, aged 18 (from Lycee Charlemagne, Paris),
scholar 64-9, B.A. 69 ; fellow Queen's 71, M.A. 71
[Honours : — 2 classical mods. 65, 1 classics 67,
Taylorian (French and Italian) scholarship 65] ; a
student of the Inner Temple 73, inspector of
schools 76-90.

"Walker, Rev. Edward Mewburn, born at Hamp-
stead, Middlesex, , 1858 ; 4s. Thomas,

gent. Queen's, matric. 26 Oct., 76, aged 18 (from
Blackheath school), exhibitioner 76-80, B.A. 80,
fellow 81, M.A. 83, tutor85 (Honours :— i classical
mods, ij, 1 classics 80), classics examiner 85, 6, g,
90, 1, 2, librarian 88.

Clark, Albert Curtis, born at Salisbury , i860 ;

is. Albert Charles, arm. Balliol, matric. 28 Jan.,

78, aged 18 (from Haileybury), exhibitioner jj,
B.A. 82 ; fellow Queen's 82, M.A. 84, tutor 87 ;
Honours : — proxime accessit Hertford scholarship

79, Ireland scholarship 79, 1 classical mods. 79,
1 classics 81, Craven scholarship 82.

Allen, Thomas William, born in London 9 May,
1862 ; is. Thomas Bull, gent. Queen's, matric.
28 Oct., 81, aged 19 (from University coll., Lond.,
and fellow 86), scholar 81-6, B.A. 85, M.A. 89,
fellow 90 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 82,
1 classics 85, Craven travelling fellowship 87,

G-rant, Charles Bathe, born at Poona, East Indies,
22 July, 1866 ; is. Henry Martin, i.c.s. Queen's,
matric. 22 Oct., 84, aged 18 (from Berkhampstead
school), scholar 84, B.A. 88, fellow 91, M.A. 91,
Honours : — 1 classical mods. 86, 1 classics 88, 1
history 89.



HONORARY FELLOWS.

Price, rev. Bartholomew, D.D., hon. fellow 68, master
• ot Pembroke, where see page 552.

Mahaffy, John Pentland, professor of ancient history,
Trinity Coll., Dublin, 1871 ; hon. fellow Queen's
82, hon. D.C.L. 22 June, 92 (born at Chapponnaire,
near Vevay, Geneva, 26 Feb., 39); scholar Trinity
Coll., Dublin, 58, B.A. 59, M.A. 63, fellow 64, B.
and D.D. 86, hon. D.Mus. 91 (Honours: — 1
classics and 1 philosophy 59, Wray's metaphysical
prize 59) ; precentor of Limerick 67, chaplain to
lord-lieut. Ireland 80, a governor of national
gallery of Ireland 89. See Men and Women of the
Time.

Maspero, Gaston, hon. fellow Queen's 1887, created
D.C.L. 22 June, 87; professor of Egyptology in
the college de France, sometime keeper of the Boulak
museum, born in Paris 24 June, 46. See Men and
Women of the Time.

Thorold, Rt. Rev. Anthony Wilson, born at Houg-
ham, co. Lincoln, 13 June, 1825 ; 2s. Edward
rector of Hougham-cum-Marston. Queen's,
matric. 9 Dec, 43, aged 18 (from school),

B.A. 47, M.A. 50, D.D. by diploma 29 May, 77,
hon. fellow 90 (Honours :— 4 mathematics 47),
select preacher 7780 ; rector of St. Giles'-in-the-
Fields 57-68, minister of Curzon-street, Mayfair,
68, vicar of St. Pancras 69-77, canon of York 74-7,
bishop of Rochester yj, and of Winchester 91. See
Men and Women of the Time.

Fortnum, Charles Drury Edward, born at Hornsey,
Middlesex, March, 1820 ; s. Charles, of London,
created D.C.L. 26 June, 89, hon. fellow 92; f.s.a.
58, a trustee of the British museum 89, and a great
benefactor to the University. See Men and Women
of the Time.




THE bedchamber of the black prince, demolished about 1720.— From an engraving by Skelton.



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EX-FELLOWS.



Pearson, Thomas, born at Sparsholt, Berks,

1809; o.s. Thomas, vicar 1803-41. Queen's, matric.
22 June, 26, aged 17, Michel exhibitioner 26-30, B. A.
30, scholar 30-3, M.A. 33, fellow 33-41 ; Honours :
— 2 classics 30. Query if living.

Godfrey, Daniel Race, born at Walcot, near Bath,
1813 ; is. Daniel Race, rector of Elm,
Somerset, 66-8, etc. Queen's, matric. 12 Aug., 30,
aged 17, Michel exhibitioner 30-3, scholar 33-8, B.A.
34, M.A. 37, fellow 38-40 (Honours : — 1 classics
34) ; a student of the Inner Temple 35, rector (and
patron) of Stow Bedon, Norfolk, 59.

PoCOCk, rev. Nicholas, born at Falmouth, Cornwall,
1814 ; is. Nicholas, arm. QUEEN'S, matric.
3 Feb., 31, aged 17, Michel exhibitioner 31-4,
scholar 34-8, B.A. 34, M.A. 37, fellow 38-48
(Honours : — 2 classics and 1 mathematics 34,
Johnson's mathematical scholarship 35, mathe-
matical scholarship 36), examiner in mathematics
39, 40, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 50, and in classics 42, mathe-
matical moderator 52-3. For list of his writings see
Crockford.

Jones, Edward Rhys ; Michel fellow 41-3, fellow
Brasenose 43-51, where see page 352.

Chase. Temple Hamilton, born near St. Omer, France,
24 July, 1819 ; is. John Woodford, arm. Trinity,
matric. 22 May, 37, aged 17, scholar 37-40 ; Michel



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