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417-18.
The Chapter House by F. Mackenzie, from Pugin,

facing 417-418.
Hall Interior, from a photograph by Hills and

Saunders, facing 419-20.
Exterior and Interior of Library, by F. Mackenzie,

from Ackerman, follows 423-4.
The Kitchen, by A. Pugin, from Ackerman, facing

429-30.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 433-4.

14— Trinity.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 435-6.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 437-8.
Chalice, presented by the Founder, from Shaw,

441-2. '
Carving by Grinling Gibbons, from Skelton, 443-4.
The New Quadrangle, after Rob. Farren, Oxford

Almanac (1889), facing 443-4.
Founder's Tomb, from Skelton, 447-8.
Portrait of the President, facing 447-8.
The Hall Exterior, from Ingram, 451-2.
The Chapel Interior, from a photo by Hills and

Saunders, facing 451-2.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 453-4.
The Bodleian, from Ingram, 455-6.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 459-60.
The Chapel Exterior, from Ingram, facing 461-2.
[White Hall, now demolished, from Skelton, 461-2.]

15.-St. John's.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 463-4.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 465-6.
Crozier, from Lascelles, 467.
View from the Gardens, from photo by Hills and

Saunders, facing 467-8.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 469-70.
Portrait of the President, facing 473-4.
Oriel Window, Garden Front, from Mackenzie and

Pugin, 475-6.
Front, from Ingram, facing 477-8.
Grotesque Ornaments, from Mackenzie and Pugin,

481-2, 493-4.
Canterbury Quadrangle, view by Loggan, 1675,

reduced facsimile, 485-6.
Middle Archway, from Ingram, 489-90
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 491-2.
Latimer's Crozier, from Lascelles, 497-8.

16.— Jesus College.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 499-500.
Headpiece (Q. Eliz.) and Initial, from Wood (1674),

501-2. '
The Chapel (before alteration) by W. Westall, from

Ackerman, facing 503-4.
Portrait of the Principal, facing 507-8.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses , 509-10.
Quadrangle, from Ingram, 511-12.
[Stone Pateras, from Divinity schools, 507-8,

5i7-i8.]

17-Wadham.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 519-20.
Headpiece (with Founders' Portraits) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 521-2.
Chapel Interior, by F. Mackenzie, from Ackerman,

facing 523-24.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 524.
The New Altar Screen (1832), from Ingram, 527-8.
[Font, Iffley Church, from Ingram, 530.]
The Hall Interior, from Ingram, 533-4.
[Proscholium to the Divinity School, from Ingram,

537-8.]



18.— Pembroke.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 539-40.
Headpiece (with Founders' Portraits) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 541-2.
Entrance, from photo by Hills and Saunders,

facing 543-4.
Tomb of John Noble 1522, from Ingram, 545-6.
Quadrangle, from Ingram, 547-8.
Portrait of the Master, facing 551-2.
New Hall, from Oxford Almanac, 1858.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 555-6.
[Fonts, from Skelton, 559-60.]
View from Ingram, facing 561-2.
[Ashmolean Museum, from Ingram, 561-2.]

19.— "Worcester.

Gloucester Hall, view by Loggan, 1675, reduced

facsimile, 563-4.
[Headpiece ; Parapet, Divinity Schools, from

Mackenzie and Pugin, 565-6.]
Front of Worcester Coll. , from Skelton, after /. M. W.

Turner, facing 567-8.
The Hall, from a photo by Hills and Saunders,

facing 569-70.
Provost's Lodgings, from Ingram, 571-2.
Portrait of the Provost, facing 571-2.
Quadrangle looking East, from Ingram, facing

575-6.
Quadrangle looking West, from Ingram, facing

577-8.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 577-8.

20— Hertford.

Hart Hall, view by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile,

r 583-4-

[Headpiece; Parapet, St. Mary's Church, Mackenzie

and Pugin, 585-6.]
Portrait of the Principal, facing 593-4.
Front of College, 18 19, from Ingram, 593-4.
St. Mary Magdalen Hall, view by Loggan, 1675,

reduced facsimile, 595-6.
[The Virger's Mace, from Ingram, 599-600.]
Front of College 1893, from photo by Hills and

Saunders, facing 599-600.
The New Hall, from Oxford Almanac, 1892, after

A. E. Smith, facing 601-2.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 603-4.

21 -St. Mary Hall.

Portrait of the Principal, facing 609-10.

View from Ingram, 609-10.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 611-12.

Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 613-14.

22— St. Edmund Hall.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 615-16.
Chapel and Library, from Ingram, 617-18.
Portrait of the Principal, facing 619-20.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 621-2.

23— Keble.

[Headpiece ; Parapet, Magdalen Church, 623-4.]
The Chapel, from a photo by Hills and Saunders,

facing 623-4.
The Hall, from a photo by Hills and Saunders,

facing 625-6.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 625-6.
[The Camera or Radcliffe Library, from Ingram,

633-4-]

24.— Non-Collegiate Delegacy.

[Headpiece; Parapet, St. Peters-in-the-East, from

Mackenzie and Pugin, 635-6.]
Hall, name unknown, from an engraving by Skelton,

663-4.




THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.
Chancellor 1869.

SALISBURY, MARQUIS OF ; ROBERT ARTHUR TALBOT GASCOYNE-CECIL, 2nd
son of James Brownlow William, 2nd Marquis of Salisbury ; born at Hatfield 3 Feb., 1 830.
Christ Church, matric. 1 Dec, 1847, aged 17 (from Eton), B A. 1850, M.A. 1853 ; fellow
All Souls' 1853-58, D.C.L. by diploma 20 Nov., 1869 (Honours: — hon. 4 mathematics,
1849), treasurer Oxford union society 49, chancellor of the university 1869 ; a student of
Lincoln's Inn 1850; M.P. Stamford 1853 until he succeeded, as 3rd Marquis, on
the death of his father, 12 April, 1868; secretary of state for India 1866-67 and
1874-78, foreign affairs 1878-80, 1885-86, and Jan. 1887— Aug. 1892, prime minister
1885-86 and 1886-92; special ambassador to Constantinople 1876-77, joint ambassador
and plenipotentiary to the congress of Berlin 6 June to 16 July, 1878, k.g. 30 July,
1878, etc., hon. LL.D. Cambridge, 1888. See Men and Women of the lime.

Burgesses, July, 1892.

Rt. Hon. Sir John Robert Mowbray, bart., P.C.,
M.A. , hon. D.C.L. , hon. fellow Hertford 75, and
hon. student Christ Church, where see page 412.

John Gilbert Talbot, born in London, 24 Feb.,
1835 ; is. hon. John Chetwynd, (Q.C. attorney
general to Prince of Wales). ChristChurch, matric.
18 May, 53, aged 18 (from the Charterhouse) ;
B.A. 58, M.A. 60, created D.C.L. 26 June,
78 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 55, 4 classics
57) ; of Falconhurst, Kent, M.P. west Kent,
68-78, Oxford University since 78, parliamentary
secretary to board of trade, 78-80, an ecclesiastical
commissioner 89, etc. See Foster's Peerage.

Assessor of the Chancellor's Court, 1876.

Thomas Erskine Holland, D.C.L., fellow All
Souls', where see page 272.

Deputy Steward, 1874.
Rt. Hon. Alexander Staveley Hill, D.C.L.,
Fereday fellow St. John's 54-65, where see page 489.

Public Orator, 1880.
William Walter Merry, D.D. rector of Lincoln,
where see page 240.

Bodley's Librarian, 1882.
Edward Williams Byron Nicholson, M.A. , Trinity,
where see page 456.

Sub-Librarians.

Adolf Neubauer (1873), M.A., hon. fellow Exeter,

where see page 125.
Falconer Madan (1880), M.A., fellow Brasenose,

where see page 350.

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High Steward, 1891.

Roundell Palmer, Baron Selborne ; hon. fellow
Magdalen 62 (and hon. student Christ Church 67),
where see page 319.

Vice-Chancellor, 1890.
Henry Boyd, D.D., principal of Hertford, where see
page 594.

Pro Vice-Chancellors.

James Bellamy, D.D. , president of St. John's, where

see page 474.
John Richard Magrath, D.D. , provost of Queen's,

where see page 172.
William Inge, D.D., provost of Worcester, where see

page 572.
Hon. George Charles Brodrick, D.C.L., warden

of Merton, where see page 92.

Proctors, 1893-4.

Arthur Hassall, M.A. , student Christ Church, where

see page 408.
William Ross Hardie, M.A. , fellow Balliol, where

see page 64.

Pro-Proctors, 1893-4.

Rev. Walter Hobhouse, M.A., student Christ Church,

where see page 409.
Sidney George Owen, M.A. , student Christ Church,

where see page 410.
Francis de Paravicini, M.A. , fellow of Balliol, where

see page 63.
John Tracey, M.A., tutor of Keble, where see page 628.



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THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.



Keeper of the Archives, 1885.

Rev. Thomas Vere Bayne, M.A., student Christ
Church, where see page 407.

Keeper of the Museum, 1883.
Edward Burnett Tylor, M.A., see Balliol, page
70.

Keeper of the Ashmolean Museum, 1884.

Arthur John Evans, M.A., hon. fellow Brasenose,
where see page 351.

Radeliffe's Librarian, 1851.

Sir Henry W. Acland, bart., K.C.B., D.Med.,
Christ Church, where see page 411.

Radcliffe Observer, 1879.
Edward James Stone, M.A. Cambridge, see Christ
Church, page 426.

Registrar, 1870.

Rev. Edward Tindal Turner, M.A. , fellow Brase-
nose, where see page 349.

The Hebdomadal Council, 1893.

Ex officio.

The Chancellor.

The Vice-Chancellor.

The Proctors.

Heads of Houses.

James Bellamy, D.D. , president of St. John's, where

see page 474.
Edward Moore, D.D. , principal of St. Edmund

Hall, where see page 619.
Francis Paget, D. D., dean of Christ Church, where

see page 404.
John Richard Magrath, D.D., provost of Queen's,

where see page 172.
William Fowler, D.D. , president of Corpus, where

see page 378.
William Inge, D. D. , provost of Worcester, where see

page 572.

Professors or Readers.

William Ince, D. D. , regius professor of divinity, see

page 405.
Thomas Raleigh, M.A. , B.C. L. , reader in English law,

see page 273.
Bartholomew Price, D.D., professor of natural

philosophy, see page 552.
William Odling, M.A. , Waynflete professor of

chemistry, see page 573.
Thomas Case, M.A., Waynflete professor of moral and

metaphysical philosophy, see page 315.
Reginald W. Macan, M.A. .reader in ancient history,

see page 29.

Members of Convocation.

John Richard King, M.A., fellow Oriel, where see

page 150.
Thomas Hodge Grose, M.A., fellow Queen's, where

see page 174.
Lancelot Ridley Phelps, M.A., fellow Oriel, where

see page 150.
Edward Tindal Turner, M.A., fellow Brasenose,

where see page 349.
Alfred Robinson, M.A., fellow New coll., where see

page 205.
Arthur Hassall, M.A., student of Christ Church,

where see page 408.



Curators of the University Chest.

The Vice-Chancellor.

The Proctors.

John R. Magrath, D.D. (until M.96), provost of

Queen's, where see page 172.
Bartholomew Price, D.D. (until M.93), master ol

Pembroke, where see page 552.
William Esson, M.A. (until M.93), fellow Merton,

where see page 93.
Alfred Robinson, M.A. (until M.96), fellow New coll.

where see page 349.
Sir William Markby, D.C.L. (until M.93), fellow

Balliol (and All Souls'), where see page 64.
Charles L. Shadwell, B.C.L., M.A. (until M.96),

fellow Oriel, where see page 149.

Secretary.

William Blagdon Gamlen, M.A., Exeter, where
see page 129.

Select Preachers, 1892.

Arthur James Mason, D.D., Trinity College,
Cambridge, 90, vicar of All Hallows, Barking, 84,
select preacher, Oxford, 92.

Alfred Ainger, M.A., Trinity Hall, Cambridge,
64 ; reader at the Temple 66-92, canon of Bristol
87, select preacher, Oxford, 92.

Richard William Randall, B. and D.D., Christ
Church 92, hon. canon of Bristol, 91, dean of
Chichester 92, select preacher, Oxford, 92. See
Al. Ox. 2nd series 1174.

John Mugliston, M.A., Wadham 62, assistant master,
Cheltenham College, 66, select preacher, Oxford,

92. See Al. Ox. 2nd series 995.

Arthur Chandler, M.A., select preacher 92, fellow
Brasenose 83-92, where see page 357.

1893.

John Henry Bernard, d. d. , Trinity coll., Dublin,
1892, select preacher Oxford 93. For list of his
writings see Crockfurd.

William Charles Edmund Newbolt, m.a. Pem-
broke 70, canon of St. Paul's 90, chancellor of the
cathedral 91 ; select preacher Oxford 93. See Al.
Ox. 2nd series 1014.

Edgar Charles Sumner Gibson, M.A. , Trinity
74, vice-principal 74-6, and principal Wells coll. 80,
prebendary of Wells 80 ; select preacher Oxford 93.
See Al. Ox. 2nd series 520.

Winfrid Oldfield Burrows, M.A., select preacher

93, ex-student of Christ Church, where see page
424.

Rev. William Ralph Inge, M.A. , select preacher
93, fellow Hertford, where see page 598.

Bampton Lecturer, 1893.

William Sanday, M.A., late fellow Trinity, fellow
Exeter, where see page 123.

Counsel to the University.

Sir Horace Davey, M.A. , hon. fellow University
coll., where see page 31.

Librarian of the Taylor Institution.

Heinrich Krebs, Ph.D., born at Darmstadt, Ger-
many, 1844 ; is. Frederick, gent. Non-Collegiate
matric. 18 Oct., 72, aged 28, created M.A. 13 June,
82, Ph.D. of the University of Freiburg in Baden.




Ontoersitp professors, iReatiers, Ceac&ers ant) lecturers.



FACULTY OF THEOLOGY.

Divinity (Regius Professor), William Ince,
D. D. , canon of Christ Church, where see page 405.

Divinity (Margaret Professor), Charles Abel

Heuktley, D.D., canon of Christ Church, where

see page 405.
Hebrew (Regius Professor), Samuel Rolles

Driver, D.D. , canon of Christ Church, where see

page 405.

Pastoral Theology (Regius Professor),
Robert Campbell Moberly, D.D., canon of
Christ Church, where see page 404.

Ecclesiastical History (Regius Professor),
William Bright, D.D., canon of Christ Church,
where see page 406.

Exegesis (Dean Ireland's Professor),

William Sanday, late fellow Trinity, fellow
Exeter, where see page 123.

Interpretation of Holy Scripture (Oriel
Professor), Thomas Kelly Cheyne, M.A.,
late fellow Balliol ; fellow Oriel, see page 150.

Septuagint (G-rinfield Lecturer), Wilson
Eustace Daniel, Grinfield lecturer 1889 and (25
May) 1891-3; born at Frome Selwood, Somerset,
41 ; 3s. Alfred, cler. Worcester, matric. 1 June,
60, aged 18 (from King's coll., Lond.), exhi-
bitioner 60-2, scholar 62-6, B.A. 64, M.A. 67
(Honors: — 3 classical mods. 62, 2 classics 64,
Denver and Johnson theological scholarship 66) ;
divinity lecturer and tutor 67-75, vicar of Holy
Trinity, Frome Selwood, 75-89, and of East
Pennard, Somerset, 90, rural dean of Shepton
Mallet 90.

FACULTY OF LAW.

Civil Law (Regius Professor), James Bryce,

D.C L. , fellow Oriel, where see page 149.

Roman Law (Reader), Erwin Grueber, 1881

(5 Aug.) 1890-3, M.A. Balliol, deputy regius pro-
fessor civil law Nov., 92, to 5 Aug. , 1893, see page 69.

English Law (Vinerian Professor), Albert
Venn Dicey, M.A., B.C.L., fellow All Souls',
where see page 274.

English Law (Reader), Thomas Raleigh, M.A.,
B.C.L., fellow All Souls', where see page 273.

International Law and Diplomacy (Chi-

chele Professor), Thomas Erskine Holland,
D.C.L. , fellow All Souls', where see page 272.

Jurisprudence (Corpus Professor), Sir
Frederick Pollock, bart., M.A., fellow Corpus,
where see page 380.

Indian Law (Reader), Sir William Markby,
k.c.i.e., D.C.L., fellow All Souls' and Balliol,
see page 64.



FACULTY OF MEDICINE.

Medicine (Regius Professor), Sir Henry
Wentworth Acland, bart., K.C.B., D.Med,
and hon. student Christ Church, formerly fellow
All Souls', see page 411.

Medicine (Lichfield Trust), clinical lecturer,
1887 ; Walter Tyrrell Brooks, M.A. Christ
Church, see page 425.

Medicine (Lichfield Trust), clinical lecturer in

surgery 1883; Alfred Winkfield, born in London
1837; 3s. Richard, gent. Non-Collegiate, matric.
3 Nov., 70, aged 33 (from St. Bartholomew's),
F.R.C.S.E. 69, M. 59, L.S.A. 60, surgeon and
clinical lecturer in surgery, Radcliffe Infirmary,
Oxford, 83.

Natural Philosophy (Sedleian Professor),
Bartholomew Price, D.D., master of Pembroke,
where see page 552.

Experimental Philosophy (Professor),

Robert Bellamy Clifton, M.A., fellow Merton
(and Wadham), see page 93.

Chemistry (Waynflete Professor), William
Odling, M.A., fellow Worcester, where see page
573-

Human and Comparative Anatomy (Lin-
acre Professor), Edwin Ray Lankester,
M.A., fellow Merton (and hon. fellow Exeter), where
see page 95.

Human Anatomy (University Lecturer),

Arthur Thomson, M.A. Exeter, where see page
130.

Physiology (Waynflete Professor), John
Scott Burdon-Sanderson, M.A., fellow Mag-
dalen, where see page 312.

Botany (Sherardian Professor), Sydney
Howard Vines, M.A., fellow Magdalen, where
see page 315.

FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCE
(including Mathematics).

Medicine (Regius Professor), Sir Henry
Wentworth Acland, bart., k.c.b. , D.Med,
and hon. student Christ Church, late fellow All
Souls', see page 411.

Geometry (Savilian Professor), James Joseph
Sylvester, M.A., hon. D.C. L., fellow New Coll.,
where see page 206.

Astronomy (Savilian Professor), Charles
Pritchard, D.D., fellow New Coll., where see
page 206.



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Natural Philosophy (Sedleian Professor),
Bartholomew Price, D.D. , master of Pembroke,
where see page 552.

Experimental Philosophy (Professor),
Robert Bellamy Clifton, M.A. , fellow Merton
(and Wadham), see page 93.

Physios (Lee's Reader), Robert Edward
Baynes, M.A. , student Christ Church, where see
page 408.

Chemistry (Waynflete Professor), William
Odling, M.A., fellow Worcester, where see page
573-

Chemistry (Aldriehian Demonstrator),
Walter William Fisher 1873, fellow Corpus
Christi 71-4, where see page 384.

Chemistry (Lee's Reader), Augustus George
Vernon-Harcourt, M.A., student Christ Church,
where see page 407.

Mineralogy (Professor), Mervin Herbert
Nevil Story - Maskelyne, M.A., hon. fellow
Wadham, where see page 530.

Geology (Professor), Alexander Henry
Green, 1888, M.A. Christ Church, see page 425.

Human and Comparative Anatomy (Lin-
acre Professor), Edwin Ray Lankester
(1891), M.A. , fellow Merton, (hon. fellow Exeter),
where see page 95.

Anatomy (Lee's Reader), John Barclay
Thompson, M.A. , B.Mus., student Christ Church,
where see page 407.

Anatomy (University Lecturer), Arthur
Thomson, M.A. , Exeter, where see page 130.

Physiology (Waynflete Professor), John
Scott Burdon-Sanderson, M.A., fellow Mag-
dalen, where see page 312.

Zoology (Hope Professor),



Anthropology (Reader), Edward Burnett
Tylor 1886, M.A. , hon. D.C.L. and a member of
Balliol, where see page 70.

Botany (Sherardian Professor), Sydney
Howard Vines, M.A. , fellow Magdalen, where
see page 315.

Rural Economy (Sibthorpian Professor),

suspended.

Pure Mathematics (Waynflete Professor),
Edwin B. Elliott, fellow of Magdalen, where see
page 319.

FACULTY OF ARTS.

Greek (Regius Professor), Benjamin Jowett,
M.A. , master of Balliol, where see page 62.

Greek (Reader), Ingram Bywater, M.A., fellow
of Exeter, where see page 123.

Latin Literature (Corpus Professor), Henry
Nettleship, M.A., fellow Corpus Christi, where
see page 379.

Latin Literature (Reader), Robinson Ellis,

M.A. , fellow Trinity, where see page 449.

Sanskrit (Boden Professor), Sir Monier

Monier-Williams, K.C.i. E. ; M.A., hon. D.C.L.,
hon. fellow University coll., where see page 31.

Sanskrit (Deputy Professor), Arthur An-
thony Macdonell, M.A. Corpus Christi,
where see page 387.

Rabbinical Literature (Reader), Adolf Neu-
bauer, M.A. , hon. fellow Exeter, where see page
125.



Arabic (Laudian Professor), David Samuel
Margoliouth, M.A., fellow New coll., where see
page 206.

Arabic (Lord Almoner's Professor), George
Frederick Nicholl, M.A., hon. fellow of Balliol,
where see page 67.

Chinese (Professor), James Legge, M.A. 76,
professor of Chinese 76, professor at Corpus, where
see page 387.

Assyriology (Professor), Archibald Henry
Sayce, M.A., fellow Queen's, where see page 174.

(Russian Reader), William Richard Morfill,
M.A. Oriel, where see page 153.

Hindustani (Teacher), 1880 ; Robert St. John,
hon. M.A. 21 June, 81, (Balliol), late capt. 53rd
regt.

Persian (Teacher), John Thompson Platts,
born in Calcutta, 1830; 2s. Robert, gent. Balliol,
1 Feb. 81, aged 50 ; hon. M.A. 21 June, 81, teacher
of Persian 80.

Tamil and Telugu (Teacher), George Uglow
Pope, hon. M.A. , chaplain Balliol, where see page 69.

Celtic (Jesus Professor), John Rhys, M.A.,
fellow of Jesus coll. , where see page 509.

Anglo-Saxon (Rawlinsonian Professor),
John Earle, fellow Oriel 1845-8, where see page
152.

German (Taylorian Teacher), Arthur An-
thony Macdonell, M.A. Corpus, where see
page 387.

French (Taylorian Teacher), Jules T. T.

Bue, hon. M.A. 3 Nov., 1865, (of Magdalen), Tay-
lorian teacher, 1847.

Italian (Taylorian Teacher), Carlo Felice
Coscia, hon. M.A. 2 Feb. 1886, Taylorian teacher,
86.

Spanish (Taylorian Teacher), Henry Butler
Clarke, M.A. Wadham, where see page 533.

Comparative Philology (Corpus Professor)

Friedrich Max Muller, M.A., fellow All Souls
where see page 271.

Comparative Philology (Deputy Profes-
sor), Joseph Wright, Ph.D., hon. M.A. 9 June
1891.

Moral Philosophy (Whyte's Professor),

William Wallace, M.A., fellow Merton, where
see page 93.

Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy
(Waynflete Professor), Thomas Case, M.A.
fellow Magdalen, where see page 315.

Logic (Wykeham Professor), John Cook
Wilson, M.A., fellow Oriel, where see page 150.

Ancient History (Camden Professor), Henry
Francis Pelham, M.A. , fellow Brasenose, where
see page 350.

Ancient History (Reader), Reginald Walter
Macan, M.A., fellow University coll., where see
page 29.

Classical Archaeology and Art (Lincoln
and Merton Professor), Percy Gardner,

M.A., fellow Lincoln, where see page 241.

English Language and Literature (Merton
Professor), Arthur Sampson Napier, M.A.,
fellow Merton, where see page 94.

Mediaeval Palaeography (Lecturer), Fal-
coner Madan, M.A., fellow Brasenose, where see
page 350.



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THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.



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Modern History (Regius Professor), James
Anthony Froude, fellow Oriel, where see
page 151.

Modern History (Chichele Professor), Mon-
tagu Burrows, M.A., fellow All Souls', where see
page 272.

Foreign History (Reader), Charles William

Boase, M.A. , fellow Exeter, where see page 123.

Indian History (Reader), Sidney James Owen,
M.A. , student Christ Church, where see page 410.

Geography (Reader), Halford John Mac-
kinder, M.A., student Christ Church, where see
page 410.

Political Economy (Drummond Professor),

Ysidro Francis Edgeworth, born 8 Feb., 1845 ;
6s. Francis of Edgeworthstown, co. Longford, gent.
Exeter, matric. 27 Jan., 67, aged 21 (from Trinity
Coll., Dublin, 2nd classical scholar 63); scholar
Magdalen Hall, 67, migrated to Balliol, B.A.
73, M.A. 77 (Honours: — 1 classics 69); Drum-
mond professor political economy 91; bar.-at-law,
Inner Temple, yj. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Romanes Lecturer 1893 ; right hon. Thomas Henry
Huxley, D.C.L. , president royal society 83, pro-
fessor natural history royal school of mines, London
54, etc. , privy councillor 92. See A I Ox. 2nd series
724, and Men a fid Women of the Time.



MUSIC.

Sir John Stainer, M.A, D.Mus., professor 89, hon.
fellow Magdalen, where see page 320.

Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, born at Bourne-
mouth, Dorset, 27 Feb., 1848 ; 2s. Thomas Gambier,
of Highnam Court, co. Gloucester. Exeter, matric.
26 Jan., 67, aged 18 (from Eton), B.Mus. 21 Feb.,
67, B.A. 70, D.Mus. by decree 4 March, 84,
M.A. 84 (Honours:— 2 law and history 70);
choragus 84, hon. D.Mus. Cambridge 1 March 83,
and of Dublin 92, professor of musical history and
composition at the royal college of music 83. See
Men and Women of the Time.

John Henry Mee, M.A., D.Mus., coryphseus or pre-
centor of the university 91, fellow Merton 75-9,
where see page 99.



Poetry, Francis Turner Palgrave, M.A., pro-
fessor of poetry 1885, fellow Exeter 47-62, where



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