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demy Magdalen Coll. 1639-42, B.A. 4 Dec,
1641, fellow 1642-67, M.A. 21 June, 1644, created
B.Med. 24 Jan., 1647-8 (and afterwards ejected),
admitted to practice 1 Feb. , 1647-8, B. and D. Med.
27 May, 1652 (incorporated at Cambridge 1780;
vice-chancellor 1676-7; f.r.s. 1667, fellow college
of physicians 1669, died at Gawthorpe Hall, co.
Lancaster, 24 March, 1686-7, buried at Willoughby,
co. Warwick ; will at Oxford proved 13 April, 1687.
See Al. Ox. 280.

22. Hough, John, B.D., president 15 April, 1687,
deprived by royal commissioners 22 June follow-
ing, restored 25 Oct., 1688, resigned 1701 ; s.
John, of London, gent. Magdalen Coll.,
matric. 12 Nov., 1669, aged 16, demy 1669-74,
B.A. 1673, fellow 1674-8, M.A. 1676, B.D. 10
March 1686-7, D.D. 1687 (incorporated at Cam-
bridge 1689), born 12 April, 1651 ; rector of North
Aston, Oxon, 1678-87, and of Tempsford, Beds,
1687, canon of Worcester 1686, bishop of Oxford
1690, of Coventry and Lichfield 1699, and of Wor-
cester 1717, until his death 8 May, 1743, aged 93.
See Al. Ox. 751.

23. Parker, Samuel, D.D., president 25 Oct., 1687,
by virtue of the king's mandate, born at Northamp-
ton Sept. , 1640 ; s. John, baron of the exchequer.
Wadham, matric. 29 Oct., 1657, B.A. 28 Feb.,
1660 ; migrated to Trinity 1660, M.A. 1663 ; incor-
porated at Cambridge 1667, and D.D. (per literas
regias) 1671, and perhaps D.Med, same time;
F.R.S. 1665; chaplain to the archbishop of Canter-
bury 1667, prebendary and archdeacon of Canterbury
1670, and canon 1672-85 ; rector of Chartham 1667,
and of Ickham, (both) Kent, 1671, master of East-
bridge hospital 1673, bishop of Oxford 1686, until
his death 20 March, 1687-8, aged 47, buried in the
outer chapel of his college ; will at Oxford proved
5 April, 1688. See Al. Ox. 1116.

24. Gifford, Bonaventure, ' the popish president ' 31
March, 1687-8, removed Oct., 1688 ; a Sorbon doctor
and a secular priest ; consecrated bishop of Madaura
in partibus infidelium 22 April, 1687 (son of Andrew,
of Northampton) ; died at Hammersmith 12 March,
1703, aged 89, buried in St. Pancras. See Al. Ox.
563-

(— ) Hough, John, D.D., president Oct., 1688, resigned
1701 ; see above.

25. Rogers, John, B.D., president 12 April, 1701 ;
y.s. Thomas, of Letherhead, Surrey, gent. Mag-
dalen, matric. 12 Aug., 1668, aged 17, demy 1668-
75, B.A. 1672, fellow 1675-1701, M.A. 1675, B.D.
1687, D.D. 1701 ; rector of Pirton, co. Worcester,
1678 (and of Slimbridge, co. Gloucester, 1690-1),
until his death 10 Feb. , 1702-3, buried in the chapel ;
admon. at Oxford 11 June, 1703. See Al. Ox. 1274




CHAPEL, MAGDALEN COLLEGE— By A. Pugin.
From Ackerman.



Grotesque HDtnaments.

{From Mackenzie and Pugin's specimens of Gothic Architecture, .]













X



307



PRESIDENTS OF MAGDALEN.



308



26. Bayley, Thomas, D.D. , president 25 Feb. , 1702-3.
Magdalen Hall, matric. 21 March, 1658-9 ;
demy Magdalen Coll. 1661-4 (from Berkeley,
Gloucestershire), B.A. 1662, fellow 1664-89, M.A.
1665, B.D. 1675, D.D. 1684, vice-president 1681,
expelled by the visitors of James II. 1687, restored
1688 ; rector of T ordham, Essex, 1678-89, and of
Slimbridge, co. Gloucester, 1688-90 ; died 15 Aug.,
1706, buried at St. Peter's 18th ; will at Oxford
proved 7 June, 1707. See Al. Ox. 92.

27. Harwar, Joseph, B.D., president 29 Aug., 1706 ;
s. Samuel, of Stoke, co. Warwick, gent. Magda-
len Hall, matric. 12 Nov., 1672, aged 18. Demy
Magdalen Coll. 1676-81, B.A. 1677, M.A. 1680,
fellow 1681-1706, B.D. 1690, D.D. 1707; vicar of
Lockington, co. Leicester, 1687-92, rector of St.
Clement's, Oxford, 1696, until his death 15 July,
1722, buried at Stoke aforesaid ; will at Oxford
proved 1 Aug. , 1722. See Al. Ox. 668.

28. Butler, Edward, D.C.L., president 29th July,
1722 ; s. Robert, of London, gent. MAGDALEN,
matric. 13 Oct. 1702, aged 16, demy 1702-10, B.A.
1706, M.A. 1709, fellow 1710-22, D.C.L. 1722, and
a student of medicine 1722, vice-chancellor 1728-32 ;
a member of the Middle Temple 1697, M.P. Oxford
university 1737, until his death 29 Oct. , 1745, buried
in the chapel. See Al. Ox. 222.

29. Jenner, Thomas, D.D. , president 13 Nov., 1745,
born 14 Dec, 1687; s. Josia, of Standish, co. Glou-
cester, pleb. Magdalen, matric. 1 Feb., 1703-4,
aged 15, demy 1703-15, B.A. 1707, M.A. 1710,
fellow 1715-45, B.D. 26 Jan., 1721-2, D.D. 1729,
Margaret professor of divinity 1728-68 ; curate of
Horspath, Oxford, 1721 and 1741, vicar of Boldre,
Hants, 1724-30, prebendary of Worcester 1728,
rector of Wickenford, co. Worcester, 1730-3, and of
Icomb 1733, until his death 12 Jan., 1768, buried in
the chapel. See Al. Ox. 809.

30. Home, George, D.D., president 27 Jan., 1768,
resigned ivqi • s. Samuel, rector of Otham, Kent.
University Coll., matric. 17 March, 1745-6, aged



15 (from Maidstone school), B.A. 1749 ; fellow
Magdalen 1750, M.A. 1752, B.D. 1759, D.D.
1764, proctor 1758, vice-chancellor 1776-80 ; born 1
Nov., 1730 ; dean of Canterbury 1781, and bishop of
Norwich June, 1790, until his death 17 Jan., 1792,
buried at Elthar^., Kent. See AL Ox. ii. 692 and
D.N.B.

31. Routh, Martin Joseph, D.D., president 28 April,
1791, born at St. Margaret, South Elmham,
Suffolk, 18 Sept., 1755; s. Peter, rector of St.
Peter and St. Margaret, South Elmham, 1752, etc.
Queen's, matric. 31 May, 1770, aged 14 (from
Beccles school) ; demy Magdalen 1771-5, B.A.
1774, fellow 1775-91, M.A. 1776, proctor 1785, B.D.
1786, D.D. 1791 ; rector of Tylehurst cum Theale,
Berks, 1810 ; died in college 22 Dec, 1854, in his
100th year, buried in the college chapel. See Al.
Ox. ii. 1229.

32. Bulley, Frederic, D.D., president 1855, born at
St. Laurence, Reading, 1811 ; 3s. John, gent. Mag-
dalen, matric 26 July, 1825, aged 14 (from Reading
school), demy 1825-37, B.A. 1829, M.A. 1832, fellow
l8 37-54. B. D. 1840, tutor 1843, D. D. 1855 ( Honours :
—3 classics 1829) ; on council of Keble College
1850-5; died 3 Sept., 1885. See Al. Ox. ii. 188.

33. Warren, Thomas Herbert, M.A., president 1885,
born at Bristol 21 Oct., 1853; is. Algernon William,
arm. BALLIOL, matric. 16 Oct., 1872, aged 18 (from
Clifton coll.), scholar 1871-6, Jenkyns exhibitioner
1876-7, B.A. 1876 ; fellow Magdalen 1877-85, M.A.
1879, tutor 1878-1885 (Honours :— Hertford scholar-
ship 1873, J classical mods. 1873, Greek verse 1875,
1 classics 1876, Craven scholarship 1878, and proxime
accessit 1877), librarian Oxford union society 1875,
classical moderator 1882-3, examiner in classics
1884-5, curator of the botanic gardens, delegate of
the university museum and of non-collegiate students,
for examination of schools, and for University ex-
tension, member of council of Clifton college and
University college, Bristol, etc ; a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 1880.




entrance gateway. — From Itigram.




THE PRESIDENT OF MAGDALEN COLLEGE.
From a Photograph by Hills & Saunders, Oxford.



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[From Carter s Ancient Sculpture and Painting.~\




14. — DRUNKENNESS.





15. — The Lucanthropus.
(violence. )





16.— The Hyaena.

(fraud.)




-The Panther.
(treachery.)



18.— The Griffin.
(covetousness.



19.— Anger.



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FELLOWS OF MAGDALEN.



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FELLOWS.

Fisher, Rev. John, born at Wavendon, Bucks, 29
Aug. ,1809; is. John, rector of Wavendon. Brase-
nose, matric. 28 June, 27, aged 17 (from Eton), B.A.
31 ; fellow Magdalen 36, M.A. 36, B.U. 44, D.D.
51; Honours: — 4 classics 31.

Cooke, George Theophilus, born at Oxford 24 Sept.,
1819 ; 2s. George Leigh, of Cubbington, co. War-
wick, cler., Sedleian professor of natural philosophy.
Balliol, matric. 22 March, 39, aged 19 (from
Rugby); demy Magdalen 40-55, B.A. 43, M.A.
45, B.D. 55, fellow 55 (Honours -.—3 classics 43) ;
vicar of Beckley, Oxon, 47.

G-arnsey, Henry Edward Fowler, born at Newland,
co. Monmouth (or at Coleford, co. Gloucester), 14
July, 1826; is. Thomas Rock, of Christchurch,
Forest of Dean, co. Gloucester, cler. Worcester,
matric. 26 Oct., 43, aged 17 (from school) ;

demy Magdalen 46-51, B.A. 48, fellow 51, M.A.
51, B.D. 58 (Honours: — 4 classics 48); usher of
the college school 61-6, 68-75.

Miller, Edward Mansel, born at Bognor, Sussex, 13
Dec, 1828; is. Edward, cler. Brasenose, matric.
2 Feb., 49, aged 21 (from Winchester), scholar 49-




ANCIENT pulpit.— Frovi Lascelles.



51 ; demy MAGDALEN 51-62, B.A. 55, M.A. 56,
fellow 62 ; Honours : — 4 classics 52.

Lock, Walter, born at Dorchester 14 July, 1846 ; 2s.
Henry, solicitor. CORPUS Christi, matric. 16
Oct., 65, aged 19 (from Marlborough), scholar 65-9,
B.A. 69; fellow Magdalen 69, M.A. , 72, tutor 73
(Honours :— Hertford scholarship 67, 1 classical
mods. 67, proxime accessit Ireland scholarship 69,
1 classics 69, Craven scholarship 70), treasurer 67,
librarian 70, and president of the Oxford union
society 71 ; tutor Keble 70, sub-warden 81, on
council 85 (see page 627), classical moderator 75-6,
divinity lecturer Worcester coll., 82, proctor 83,
select preacher, Oxford, 89-90, and at Cambridge 91.

Yule, Charles John Francis, born at Plymouth, Devon,
1849; y.s. Henry B., arm. Balliol,
matric. 27 Jan., 68, aged 19 (from Magdalen college
school) ; migrated to St. John's, Cambridge, 69,
scholar 72, B.A. 73 (Honours : — 1 natural science
73), examiner 78-9 ; fellow Magdalen, Oxford,
73, M.A. 75, tutor natural science 73-84; vicar of
Horspath, Oxon, 89-92, and of Ashbury, Berks, 92.

Coolidge, William Augustus Brevoort, born near
New York 28 Aug., 1850; is. Frederick William,
gent. Exeter, matric. 18 May, 69, aged 18 (from
Elizabeth college, Guernsey), B.A. 74; fellow Mag-
dalen 75, M.A. 76, tutor 81-5 (Honours:—
Taylorian French scholarship 71, 1 history 73, 2
law 74) ; professor English History at St. Davids
college, Lampeter, 80-1, curate of South Hinksey,
Berks, 83; editor " Alpine Journal " 80-9.

Wilson, Henry Austin, born at Ayr, N.B., 7 Dec,
1854 ; 3s. William Scot, bishop of Glasgow.
Wadham, matric. 11 Oct., 72, aged 17 (from
Trinity college, Glenalmond), exhibitioner 72, B.A.
76; fellow Magdalen 76, M.A. 79 (Honours:—
1 classical mods. 74, 2 classics 76), librarian 80, and
founder's chaplain 89 ; chaplain to his father the
bishop of Glasgow 79-88.

Bramley, Henry Ramsden, born at Addingham juxta
Otley, Yorks, 4 June, 1833; o.s. Henry Alcock,
arm. Oriel, matric. 10 June, 52, aged 19 (from
Ripon and Blackheath schools) ; scholar Uni-
versity Coll. 53, B.A. 56; fellow Magdalen 57,
M.A. 59, tutor 58-68, 71-83 (Honours: — 2 classical
mods. 54, 1 classics 56) ; vicar of Horspath, Oxford,
61-89 ! examining chaplain to bishop of Lincoln 85,
resident chaplain 89, canon of Lincoln 87.

Underhill, George Edward, born at Oxford 16 Aug.,
1859 ; 2s. Henry Scrivener, of Oxford, gent.
Magdalen, matric. 26 Jan., 78, aged 18 (from
Christ Church cathedral school), demy 78-82, B.A.
81, fellow 82, M.A. 84, tutor 82 (Honours: — 2
classical mods. 79, 1 classics 81), classics tutor for
non-collegiate students.

Burdon-Sanderson, John Scott, born at Newcastle-
upon-Tyne 21 Dec, 1828; 2s. Richard, of West
Jesmond, Northumberland; D.Med. Edinburgh 51,
LL.D. ; fellow Magdalen 82, created

M.A. by decree 27 Feb., 83, Jodrell professor of
physiology in University coll. 74-82, Waynflete
professor of physiology 82, natural science examiner
79-80; F.R.S., royal medallist 83, F.R.c.p. London
63, medical officer of health Paddington 56-67,
physician to Middlesex hospital, etc, professor and
superintendent Brown institution 71-8, president of
the British association at Nottingham 90, and of
the Biological section 89, hon. D.Sci. Dublin 92.
See Men and Women of the Time.



Grotesque HDrnamcnts-

[From Mackenzie and Pugiris specimens of Gothic Architecture.)










3i5



FELLOWS OF MAGDALEN.



316



Chapman, Edward, born at Mottrani, Cheshire, 12
Oct., 1839; is. John, late M. p. Grimsby, deceased
Mekton, matric. 14 June, 60, aged 20 (from Over
school), B.A. 64, M.A. 67 (Honours: — 1 natural
science 64, examiner 69-70) ; tutor Magdalen 68,
fellow 82, delegate of local examination and of the
University museum, Hope curator, and curator of
the Botanic garden, Oxford, f.l.s. ; of Hill End,
Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, J. p. ; a director
of Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire railway.

GrOdley, Alfred Denis, born at Ashfield, co. Cavan,

1856 ; is. James, incumbent of Carrigullen,

co. Leitrim. Balliol, matric. 20 Oct., 74, aged

18 (from Harrow), scholar 73-8, B.A. 79, M.A. 82
(Honours: — 1 classical mods. 75, accessit 75, and
proxime accessit Hertford scholarship 76, proxime
accessit Ireland scholarship 77 and 78, Latin verse
77, Greek verse 78, 2 classics 78, Latin essay 79,
Craven scholarship 80, accessit 79), tutor MAGDALEN,
fellow 83, classical moderator 87-8.

Baker, George Edward, born at Fovant near Salisbury,
20 June, 1846 ; o.s. George, of Freshford, Somerset,
cler. Magdalen, matric. 14 Oct., 65, aged 19
(from Lancing coll.), demy 65, B.A. 70, fellow 70-81
and 85, M.A. 72, tutor 72-4, estates bursar 85
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 67, 1 classics 69);
bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 75. See Foster's Men
at the Bar.

Hogarth, David George, born at Barton-on-Humber,
co. Lincoln, 23 May, 1862 ; is. George, cler.
Magdalen, matric. 15 Oct., 81, aged 19 (from
Winchester coll.), demy 81-5, B.A. 85, lecturer
85-6, fellow 86, classical tutor 86, dean 90-91, vice-
president 92-93 ; Honours :— i classical mods. 82,
1 classics 85, Craven travelling fellowship 86.

Ken3 r on, Frederic George, born in London 15 Jan.,
1863; 4s. John Robert, of Pradoe, Salop, D.C.L.,
Q.C. , recorder of Oswestry. New Coll., matric.
14 Oct., 82, aged 19 (from Winchester coll.), scholar
82-6, B.A. 86; fellow Magdalen 88, M.A. 89
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 83, proxime accessit
Hertford scholarship 84, Greek testament prize 85,
1 classics 86, English essay 89) ; assist. MSS. dept.
British museum.

Vines, Sydney Howard, born in Homerton, Middlesex,
31 Dec, 1849 ; o.s. William Reynolds, gen.
scholar Christ's Coll., Cambridge, Oct., 72
(from Guy's hospital), B.A. 76, fellow 76-88, M.A.
79, D.Sc. 84, and university reader in botany 84-8
(Honours : — iA in 1st class natural science, botany,
75), B.Sc. London 73, and D.C.L. 79; Sherardian
professor of botany and fellow Magdalen (Oxford)
88, incorporated 15 Oct., 88, aged 38; f.l.s. 78,
F.R.S. 85, hon. member physical society Edinburgh
85. See Men and Women of the Time.

G-reene, Herbert Wilson, born in Dublin 15 April,
1857 ; is. Thomas, gent. Pembroke, matric. 23
Oct., 75, aged 18 (from Harrow), scholar 75-9, B.A.
79, M.A. and B.C.L. 82 (Honours: — 1 classical
mods. 77, 1 classics 79) ; fellow MAGDALEN 88,
tutor 90; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 81. See
Foster's Men at the Bar.

Case, Thomas, born in Liverpool 14 July, 1844 ; 2s.
Robert, arm. Balliol, matric. 19 Oct., 63, aged

19 (from Rugbv) ; fellow Brasenose 68-70, B.A.
68, M.A. 71 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 65, 1
classics 67), in University eleven 64, 5, 7, lecturer,
afterwards tutor of Balliol 70-76, fellow Corpus
82-90, tutor 76-90 ; fellow Magdalen 90, classical

examiner77, 8, 9, 83, 4, Waynflete professor moral
and metaphysical philosophy 89, member of the
Hebdomadal council.

Turner, Cuthbert Hamilton, born in London 7 July,
i860 ; is. Edward Goldwin, arm. New Coll.,
matric. 16 Oct., 79, aged 19 (from Winchester),



scholar 79-84, B.A. 83, M.A. 86 (Honours:— 1
classical mods. 81, 2 classics 83, 1 theology 84,
theological scholarship 86) ; fellow Magdalen 89.

Ottley, Robert Lawrence, born at Richmond, Yorks, 2
Sept., 1856; 6s. Laurence, canon of Ripon, etc.
Pembroke, matric. 29 Oct., 74, aged 18 (from Can-
terbury school), scholar 73-9, B.A. 78 ; senior student
Christ Church 79-86, M.A. 81, tutor 83-6 ; fellow
Magdalen 90 [Honours : — 1 classical mods. 75,
Hertford scholarship 76 (accessit 75), Latin verse 76,
proxime accessit Ireland scholarship 77 and 78, 1
classics 78, Craven and Derby scholarships 79],
classical lecturer New Coll. 78-80, and at Keble
82-3, and tutor 81-2, vice-principal Cuddesdon coll.
86-90, select preacher 90, examining chaplain to
bishop of Durham 83-7, and to bishop of Oxford 90.

"Webb, Clement Charles Julian, born in London 25
June, 1865 ; 3s. Benjamin, cler. Christ Church,
matric. 10 Oct., 84, aged 19 (from Westminster
school), scholar 84, B.A. 88; fellow Magdalen
89, tutor 90, M.A. 91 ; Honours : — 2 classical
mods. 86, 1 classics 88.

Farmer, John Bretland, born at Sheepy, co. Leicester,
1865; o.s. John Henry, gent. Mag-
dalen, matric. 19 Oct., 83, aged 18 (from Ather-
stone school), demy 83, B.A. 87 ; fellow Magdalen
89, M.A. 90 (Honours : — 1 botany 87), demon
strator in botany, examiner in natural science 92.

Macray, William Dunn, born in London, 7 July,
1826 ; 3s. John, gent. Magdalen, matric. 17
Oct., 44, aged 18 (from Magdalen coll. school), clerk
44-50, B.A. 48; chaplain New Coll. 50-80, M.A.
51 (Honours: — 4 classics 48), chaplain Christ
Church 51-56 and Magdalen 56-70, fellow Mag-
dalen 91, special assistant MS. department Bod-
leian library ; curate of St. Mary Magdalen, Oxford,
50-67; F.s.A. 73, rector of Ducklington, Oxon, 70.
For list of his printed works see Crockford.

Fletcher, Charles Robert Leslie, born in London
1857 ; is. Alexander, esquire. Mag-
dalen, matric. 16 Oct., 76, aged 18 (from Eton),
demy 76, B.A. 80; fellow All Souls' 81-8; M.A.
83 (Honours: — 2 classical mods. 77, 1 history 80,
English essay 81); fellow Magdalen 90; bar.-at-
law, Lincoln's Inn, 88.

Mulvany, Charles Mathew, born at Dunville, Canada,
28 Aug., 1867; s. John, fleet surgeon r.n. Mag-
dalen, matric. 21 Oct., 86, aged 19 (from St.
Paul's school), demy 86, B.A. 90, fellow 91 ;
Honours : — accessit Hertford scholarship 87,
Craven scholarship 88, accessit Ireland scholarship
89, 1 classical mods. 88, 1 classics 90.

Benecke, Paul Victor Mendelssohn, born at Roe-
hampton, Surrey, 7 June, 1868 ; is. Charles Victor,
arm. Magdalen, matric. 21 Oct., 86, aged 18
(from Haileybury), demy 86, B.A. 90, fellow 91 ;
Honours : — 1 classical mods. 88, 1 classics 90,
Greek testament prize 90 and 92, theological scholar-
ship 91, 1 theology 91, Ellerton theological essay 93.

Myres, John Linton, born at Preston, co. Lane, 3
July, 1869 ; is. William Miles, vicar of Swanbourne,
Bucks, 79. New Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 88, aged
19 (from Winchester), scholar 87 ; fellow Magda-
len 92, B.A. 92 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 00,.

1 classics 92, Burdett Coutts scholarship 92, Craven
travelling fellowship 92.

Cooke, George Albert, born in London 26 Nov., 1865 :
is. George Isaac Foster, bar.-at-law. Wadham,
matric. 11 Oct., 84, aged 18 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), scholar 84, B.A. 88; Hebrew
lecturer and senior scholar St. John's 89, M.A. 91 ;
chaplain Magdalen 90, fellow 92 (Honours :—

2 theology 88, Hebrew scholarship 86 and 88
Syriac prize 89) ; curate of Headington, Oxon
89-90.



statues on tbe SDutsitie of tfje Cloisters*

[From Carter's Ancient Sculpture and Painting.']






20. — The Dog.

{flattery.)



21.— The Dragon.

{envy.)



22. — The Deer.

{timidity. )






23. — The Mantichoka.
{pride.)



24. — The Boxers.

{contention.)



25. — The Lamia.
{lust.)



319



HON. FELLOWS OF MAGDALEN.



320



Elliott, Edwin Bailey, born at Oxford 1 June, 1851 ;
is. Edwin Litchfield, gent. Magdalen, matric.
20 Oct., 70, aged 19 (from Magdalen coll. school),
demy 69, B.A. 73 ; fellow Queen's 74-92, M.A. -yj,
proctor 87 [Honours : — proxime accessit junior
mathematical scholarship 71 and 72, 1 mathematical
mods. 72, 1 mathematics 73, senior mathematical
scholarship 75 (proxime accessit 74), Herschel
astronomical prize 74], mathematical examiner
79, 80, 6, 9, 90, 1, 2, and moderator 83-4, mathe-
matical lecturer 74-93, and at Corpus 84-93 - > fellow
Magdalen and 1st Waynflete professor of pure
mathematics Dec, 92 ; vice-president of London
mathematical society, visitor of the University ob-
servatory ; F. R.S. 91.

HONORARY FELLOWS.

Palmer, Roundell, 1st earl of Selborne, born at
Mixbury, Oxon, 27 Nov., 1812 ; 2s. William
Jocelyn, rector of Mixbury, 1802-53, and Finmere
14-53. Christ Church, matric. 3 May, 30, aged
17 (from Rugby and Winchester) ; scholar Trinity
30-4, B.A. 34 ; fellow Magdalen 34-48, M.A. 36,
hon. fellow 62, created D.C.L. 2 July, 62 (Honours:
■ — Latin verse 31, English verse 32, Ireland scholar-
ship 32, 1 classics 34, Eldon law scholarship 34,
Latin essay 35), president 32, and librarian Oxford
union society 33, hon. student Christ Church 67,
counsel 61-3, deputy steward 52, and high steward of
the University 91, chairman of the University



commission ; lord rector of St. Andrew's 77 ;
hon. LL.D. Cambridge, 9 June, 88, bar.-at-
law, Lincoln's Inn, 37, Q.C. and a bencher 49,
f.r.S. 60. MP. Plymouth 47-52 and 53-7, Richmond
61-72, solicitor-general 61-3, knighted 5 Aug., 61,
attorney-general 63-6, lord high chancellor Great
Britain 72-4, 80-5, created baron Selborne 23 Oct.,
72, and viscount Wolmer and earl of Selborne 30
Dec, 83. See Men and Women of the Time.

Dlirnford, right rev. Richard, born at Sandleford,
Berks, 3 Nov., 1802; s. Richard, rector of Good-
worth Clatford, Hants. Pembroke, matric. 24
March, 20, aged 17 (from Eton) ; demy Magdalen
22, B.A. 26, fellow 27-35, M.A. 27, D.D. by dip-
loma 31 March 70, hon. fellow 88 (Honours:—
1 classics 26), president Oxford union society 23,
5, 6 ; rector of Middleton, Lancashire, 35-70, hon.
canon 54-68, canon 68-70, and archdeacon of Man-
chester 67-70, bishop of Chichester 70.

Stainer, sir John, born in St. Thomas, Southwark,
Surrey, 1841 ; 2s. William, arm. Christ Church,
matric 26 May, 59, aged 18 (from
school), B.Mus. 10 June, 59; organist Magdalen
60-72, B.A. 64, D.Mus. 65, M.A. 66, hon. fellow 92,
University professor of music 89 ; organist St.
Paul's cathedral 72-88, inspector of music education
department 83, on council of college of music, hon.
D.Mus. Durham 85, knighted at Windsor castle
10 July, 88. See Men and Women of the Time.




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Dumford, right rev. Richard, fellow 27-35, hon. fellow
88, see preceding page.

Horn, Henry, born at Mansfield, Notts,

1806 ; 2s. Frederick James, of Maidstone, Kent, arm.
St. John's, matric. 19 Oct., 25, aged 19 (from Mer-
chant Taylors' school), B.A. 29; fellow Magdalen
31-4, M.A. 32 (Honours : — 3 classics 29) ; bar.-at-
law, Middle Temple, 33, recorder of Hereford.

Harris, Thomas, born at Rugby, co. Warwick, 12
Sept., 1811 ; 2s. George, arm. Exeter, matric.
4 March, 29, aged 17 (from Rugby school) ; demy
Magdalen 29-35, B.A. 33, M.A. 35, fellow 35-50,
B. D. 46, proctor 45 (Honours: — 2 classics 33), in
University eight 36 ; rector of Swerford, Oxon, 49.

Fremailtle, very rev. William Robert, born at Swan-
bourne, Bucks, 30 Aug., 1807; 3s. vice-admiral
Thomas Francis, G.c.B. and Austrian baron.
Christ Church, matric. 20 Oct., 25, aged 18
(from Westminster school), B.A. 29 ; fellow Mag-
dalen 31-42, M.A. 32, B. and D.D. 76, cox. of
University eight 29, hon. canon Christ Church ;
vicar ot Steeple Claydon 41-68, and rector of Middle
and East Claydon, Bucks, 41-76, dean of Ripon 76.
See Foster's Peerage, B. Cottesloe.

Smith., Bernard, born at Grantham, co. Lincoln,

18 15 ; is. Bernard, rector of Gt. Ponton,
12-25. Magdalen, matric, 26 July, 31, aged 16
(from Grantham school), demy 31-6, B.A. 35, fellow
36-9, M.A. 38 (Honours:— 3 classics 35); rector
of Leadenham, co. Lincoln, 39-42, seceded to Rome
42, priest 47, canon of Northampton 58, missionary
rector of Great Marlow 59.

EmeriS, William Robert, born at Louth, co. Lincoln,
17 Sept., 1817 ; 2s. John, rector of Staughton Parva,
Beds, 1806-31. Magdalen, matric. 25 July, 34,
aged 16 (from Rugby), demy 34-9, B.A. 38, fellow
39-43, M.A. 41 (Honours : — 4 classics 38) ; of
Westgate, Louth, co. Lincoln, j.p. , f.s.a. 69.

Welby, John Earle, born at Stroxton, co. Lincoln, 2
March, 1820; is. John Earle, rector of Stroxton,
etc. Magdalen, matric. 26 July, 36, aged 16
(from Shrewsbury school), demy 36-40, B.A. 40,
fellow 40-72, M.A. 43; of Allington Hall, co. Lin-
coln, J.P. See Foster's Baronetage.

Paul, George Woodfield, born at Finedon, Northants,
25 March, 1820; is. Samuel Woodfield, vicar of
Finedon. Wadham, matric. 25 Oct., 38, aged 18
(from Winchester), B.A. 42 ; fellow Magdalen



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