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Mary ; died 2t Jan. , 1699, aged 86, buried in
St. Pancras church. See Al. Ox. 1577.

30. Ferrar, Edward (or Farrer), D. D. , master 15 Feb. ,
1688-9 1 s - John Farrer, of Eawood, Yorks : of
St. Andrew's university 1646, migrated to Trinity
Coll., Cambridge, 5 Dec, 1647 ; B.A. from Mag-
dalen Hall, Oxford, 1651, fellow University
Coll., M.A. 1653, B. and D.D. 1689, master of his
college 1689, until his death 13 Feb., 1690-1. See
Al. Ox. 485.

31. Bennett, Thomas, B.D., master 3 March, 1 690-1;
s. John, of Abingdon, co. Cambridge, gent. Uni-
versity Coll., matric. 26 June, 1674, aged 15,
B.A. 1678, M.A. i68r, proctor 1687 (incorporated
at Cambridge 1683), B.D. 1689, master of his
college 1691, until his death there 12 May, 1692.
See Al. Ox: 108.

32. Charlett, Arthur, D. D. , master 1692 ; s. Arthur, of
Collingborne Ducis, Wilts, minister. Trinity,
subscribed 13 July, 1669, aged 14, B.A. 1673, M.A.
1676, fellow (incorporated at Cambridge 1681),
proctor 1683, B.D. 1684; fellow University Coll.,
D.D. 1692; chaplain to William III. 1696-1717,
rector of Hambledon, Bucks, 1707-22 ; born at
Shipton, co. Gloucester, 4 June, 1655, died 4 or
18 Nov., 1722; administration at Oxfoid 12 Aug.,
1723. See Al. Ox. 263.

33. Cockman, Thomas, D.D., master 1722 ; s.
Thomas, of Cowden, Kent, cler. University
Coll., matric. 22 Jan., 1690-1, aged 16, B.A. 1694,
fellow, M.A. 1697 (incorporated at Cambridge
1698), B. and D.D. 1733, and rector of Trottiscliffe,
Kent, 1724, until his death 1 Feb., 1744-5. See
A I. Ox. 296.



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34. Brown, John, D.D., master 1745; s. Richard, of
Marton, Yorks, gent. University Coll., sub-
scribed 23 May, 1704, aged 17, B.A. 1708, M.A,
1710, B. D. 1719, D. D. 1745, vice-chancellor 1750-
3; vicar of Long Compton, co. Warwick, 1714,
archdeacon of Northampton 1738, and canon of
Peterborough 1743, until his death 7 Aug., 1764.
See Al. Ox. 195.

35. Wetherell, Nathan, D.D., master 28 Aug., 1764;
s. Cornelius, of Durham city, gent. Lincoln, matric.
20 April, 1744, aged 17, B.A. 1748 ; fellow Uni-
versity Coll., M.A. 1751, B. and D. D. 1764,
vice-chancellor 1768-72, canon of Westminster 1775,
and of Hereford 1775, vicar of Stanford-in-the-
Vale, Berks, 1790-2, died dean of Hereford 30 Dec,
1807. See Al. Ox. ii. 1530.

36. Griffith, James D.D. , master 1808 ; s. Thomas, of
Houghton le Spring, co. Durham, cler. CORPUS
ChrIsti, matric. 21 Nov., 1777, aged 16, B.A.
1781 ; fellow University Coll., M.A. 1784, B.
and D.D. 1808, master of his college 1808-21. See
Al. Ox. ii. 586.

37. Rowley, George, D.D. , master 1 June, 1821 ; s.
George, of Richmond, Yorks, gent. University
Coll., matric. 1 Nov., 1799, aged 17, B.A. 1803,
M.A. 1806, fellow 1807-21, B. and D.D. 1821, dean
and tutor 1821 (Honours : — 1 classics 1803) ;
examiner 1810-11-12, vice-chancellor 1832-6, rector
of Stanwick, Northants, 1823, until his death 5
Oct., 1836. See Al. Ox. ii. 1231.

38. Plumptre, Frederick D.D., Charles, master Dec,
1836 ; s. Charles, of Long Newton, co. Durham, cler.
University Coll., matric. 21 Oct., 1813, aged 17,



B.A. 1817, fellow 1817-36, M.A. 1820, tutor 1820,
dean and bursar 1821, B. D. 1836, D.D. 1837
(Honours: — 2 classics 1817) ; vice-chancellor 1848-
51, master of his college 1836. until his death
21 Nov., 1870. See Al. Ox. ii. 1123.

39. Bradley, George Granville D.D., master 1870, re-
signed 81, born at High Wycombe, Bucks, 11 Dec,
21 ; 4s. Charles, vicar of Glasbury, co. Brecon.
University Coll.. matric 21 March, 1840, aged
18 (from Rugby), scholar 40-44, fellow 44-50, M.A.
47, D.D. by decree 22 Oct., 81, hon. fellow 82
(Honours:- accessit Hertford scholarship 42, 1
classics 44, Latin essay 45) ; classics moderator
81-2, select preacher 74-5, hon LL.D. St.
Andrew's 73, assistant master Rugby 46 58, head
master Marlborough 58-70, hon. chaplain to the
Queen 7476, and chaplain-in-ordinary 76 ; fellow
81-90, and member of senate of university of London
81, canon of Worcester 81, and dean of Westminster
81. See Men and Women 0/ the Time.

40. Bright, James Franck D.D., master 1881, born in
St. James, Westminster, 29 May, 1832 ; 3s. Richard,
of Guy's hospital, D.Med. University Coll.,
matric 14 May, 1851, aged 18 (from Rugby), B.A.
1855, M.A. 1858, fellow 1874-81, dean 1875, tutor
1877, B. and D.D. 1884, master of his college 1881
(Honours: — 1 law and history 1854); modern
history lecturer University 1872-5, Wadham and
Queen's 1873-5, a "d °f New 1875-81, lecturer and
tutor Corpus Christi 1873-5, lecturer and tutor in
divinity and modem history Balliol 1872-82, and
hon. fellow 1877, history examiner 1876, 7, 8, 1880,
1, 2, assistant master Marlborough college 1856-72,
author of " History of England." See Al. Ox.\\. 160.




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FELLOWS.



Chavasse, Albert Sidney, born at Birmingham 16
Sept., 1840; is. Sidney, of Edgbaston, arm.
Balliol, matric. 28 May, 58, aged 17 (from
K. Ed. VI. 's school, Birmingham), scholar 58 63,
Jenkyns exhibitioner 61-4, B.A. 62 ; fellow Univer-
sity Coll. 64, M.A. and B.C. L. 65 (Honours : —
1 classical mods, and 3 math. mods. 60, proxime
accessit Ireland scholarship 61 and 62, 2 classics
61, 1 law and history 62, proxime accessit Johnson
theological scholarship 63, Vinerian law scholarship
63, Ellerton theological essay 65, Denyer and John-
son theological scholarship 65) ; law and history
examiner 72, law examiner 72, 3, 8, 9, proctor 80,
classical moderator 90, tutor in classics and theology ;
bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 69. See Foster's Men
at the Bar

Skeffing'ton, Rev. Sydney William, born at Islington
1842 ; is William, gent. Brasenose.
matric. 8 June, 60, aged 18 (from Kensington
school), scholar 60-3, B A. 64, M.A. 67 ;
fellow University Coll. 69(Honours : — 2classical
mods. 62, 1 classics 64) ; assistant master
Charterhouse school.

Payne, Edward John, born at High Wycombe, Bucks,
22 July, 1844 ; is. Edward, gent. Magdalen
Hall, matric. 13 June, 67, aged 22 (from
Wycombe school), migrated to Charsley Hall,
B.A. 71 ; fellow University Coll. 72, M.A. 74
(Honours: — 2 classical mods. 69, 1 classics 71);
bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 74, recorder of Chipping
Wycombe 83. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Dendy, Arthur, born at Paulerspury, Northants, 9
Dec, 1840; is. Samuel, cler. Balliol, matric.
21 Jan., 60, aged 19 (from Rugby), B.A. 64,
B.C.L. 66 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 61, 1
law and history 63, Vinerian law scholarship
64) ; Stowell Civil law fellow University Coll.
68-73, fellow 73, lecturer in law and junior bursar
76, tutor 77-81, bursar and dean 8-2, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 63.

Peters, Frank Hesketh, born at Chilgrove, near
Chichester 29 Nov. , 1849 ; 5s. Edward, arm.
Balliol, matric. 20 April, 68, aged 18 (from
Eton), scholar 66-72, B.A. 72; fellow UNI-
VERSITY Coll. 74, M.A. 75, lecturer in classics and
dean of degrees ; Honours : — 2 classical mods. 69,
1 classics 71.

Selby-Bigge, Lewis Amherst, born at Oakwood,
Kent, 3 April, i860 ; 2s. Charles Selby, of Lindens,
Long Horsley, Northumberland, and the Mote,
Ightham, Kent, j.p. Christ Church, matric.
10 Oct., 79, aged 19 (from Winchester), scholar
79-83, B.A. 83, M.A. 86 (Honours : — 1 classi-
cal mods. 81, 1 classics 83) ; fellow University
Coll. 83, lecturer in philosophy, proctor 91, bar.-at-
law, Inner Temple, 91.

Macan, Reginald Walter, born in Dublin 1848 ; 3s.
John, judge in court of bankruptcy, Ireland. Christ
Church, matric. 18 Oct., 67, aged 19 (from the
Charterhouse), scholar University Coll. 68-72,
B.A. 71, fellow 84, classics tutor and librarian 83-90,
a senior student Christ Church 72-81, M.A. 74,
tutor 75-82 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 69, 1



classics 71) ; classics examiner 79, 80-1, 5, 6, 7,
University reader in ancient history, lecturer Brase-
nose, a member of the Hebdomadal council 92.

Burg*e, Hubert Murray, born at Meerut, East Indies,
9 Aug., 1862 ; y.s. Milward Rodon (or Rodus) cler.
University Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 82, aged 20
(from Bedford school), scholar 82, B.A. 86, M.A.
89, fellow 90 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 83,
and 2 classics 86.

Carlyle, rev. Alexander James, born at Bombay 1861 ;
2s. James Edward, minister free church, Scotland.
Exeter, matric. 18 Oct. , 83, aged 22 (from Glasgow
university), exhibitioner 83, B.A. 86, chaplain fellow
University Coll. 93, M.A. 93 (Honours : —
1 history 86, 2 theology 88), president of Oxford
union society 88, secretary to society for promoting
christian knowledge 90.



Franks, William Temple, born at Streatham, Surrey,
18 March, 1862; 2s. Joseph Fletcher, gent. Wad-
ham, matric. 15 Oct., 81, aged 19 (from Dulwich
coll.), scholar 81-5, B.A. 86 ; Stowell civil law fellow
University Coll. 88, B.C.L. 89 (Honours:— 2
classical mods. 83, 1 classics 85); bar.-at-law, Inner
Temple, 90.

HONORARY FELLOWS.

Twiss, Sir Travers, born in London 19 March, 1809 ;
is. Robert. LL.D. , Pembroke Coll., Cambridge,
andof Trevallyn, co. Denbigh. University Coll.,
matric. 5 April, 26, aged 17; scholar 27-30,
B.A. 30, fellow 30-63, M.A. 32, B.C.L. 35'
D.C.L. 41, hon. fellow 64, bursar 35, tutor
36-43 (Honours: — 2 classics and 1 mathematics
30) ; classics examiner 35, 6, 7, mathematics ex-
aminer 38, 9, 40, Drummond prof, of political
economy 42-7, regius prof, of civil law 55-70 ;
F.R.S. 38, F.R.G.S., bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn,
40, Q.C. and a bencher 58, and advocate
Doctors' Commons 41, prof, of international law
King's Coll., London, 52-5, commissary-general
province of Canterbury 49-52, vicar-general 52-
72 ; chancellor diocese of London 58-72, advocate-
general admiralty 62-71, Queen's advocate-general
67-72, knighted 4 Nov., 67. See Men and VVomen
of the Time & Foster's Men at the Bar.

Smith, Goldwin, born at Reading, Berks, 13 Aug.,
1823; is. Richard D.Med. Christ Church,
matric. 26 May, 41, aged 17 (from Eton) ; demy
Magdalen 42-46, B.A. 45, Stowell civil law fellow
University Coll. 46-50, M.A. 48, fellow 50-68,
hon. fellow 68, created D.C.L. 14 June, 82 (Honours:
— Hertford scholarship 42, Ireland scholarship 45,
1 classics 45, Latin verse 45, Latin essay 46, English
verse 47) ; regius professor modern history 58-66,
law and history examiner 62, hon. fellow Oriel 67;
professor of English and constitutional history
Cornell university, Ithaca, U.S.A. 68-71, sometime
a member of the senate of the university of Toronto,
bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 50. See Men and
Women of the Time & Foster's Men at the Bar.

Bradley, George Granville, hon. fellow 82, master
1870, resigned 1881, see preceding page.



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Davey, Sir Horace, born in Camberwell, Surrey, 29
Aug., 1823; 2s. Peter of Torquay gent. Uni-
versity Coll., matric. 20 March, 52, aged 18 (from
Rugby), scholar 52-6, B.A. 56, fellow 56-64, M.A.
59, hon. fellow 84 (Honours : — 1 classical mods, and
1 mathematical mods. 54, 1 classics 55, 1 math. 56,
Johnson's mathematical scholarship 57, senior math,
scholarship 58, Eldon law scholarship 59) ; bar.-
at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 64, Q.C. 75, bencher 78,
counsel to the university 77, solicitor-general Feb.-
July 86, M.P. Christchurch 80-5, Stockton-on-Tees
88-92, knighted 8 March, 86. See Men and Women
of the Time & Foster's Men at the Bar.

Monier-Williams, Sir Monier, K.C. I.E., born at
Bombay 1819 ; 3s. Monier, colonel Bo.S.C, and
surveyor-general Bombay presidency. Balliol,
matric. 28 March, 38, Pgid 18 (from King's Coll.,
London), Boden Sanskrit scholar University
Coll. 43, B.A. 44, M.A. 46, created D.C.L.
10 Nov., 75, hon. fellow 92; fellow Balliol
82-88 (Honours : — Boden Sanskrit scholarship 43,
hon. 4 classics, and hon. 4 mathematics 44) ; Boden
professor of Sanskrit 60, professor of Sanskrit at
Haileybury 44 5, keeper and perpetual curator of
the Indian Institute, Oxford, hon. LL. D. university
of Calcutta 76, Ph.D. university of Gottingen,
student Inner Temple 42, CLE. 19 April, 80,
knighted 8 March, 86, K.C.I. E. 15 Feb., 87. See
Men and Women of the Time.

Thompson, Edward Maunde, born in Jamaica 4 May,
40 ; is. Edward, custos of Clarendon, Jamaica.
University Coll., matric. 14 June, 59, aged 19
(from Rugby), created D.C.L. 90, hon. fellow 92;
bar.-at-law, Middle Temple 67, assistant British
Museum May, 61, assistant keeper 71, and keeper
of the MSS, 78, principal librarian and secretary 88,
hon. LL.D. St. Andrew's, and hon. D.C.L. Durham,
F.S.A. 80. See Men and Wometi of the Time.

EX-FELLOWS.

Hansell, Peter, born in Norwich 1805 ; is. Peter,
vicar of Worstead, Norfolk. Wadham, matric.
4 Dec, 22, aged 17 ; exhibit ioner University Coll. ,
24-9, B.A. 26, M.A, 29, fellow 29-36, bursar 34
(Honours:— 2 classics 26); M.A. Durham
ad eundem, chaplain at Caen 58-71, rector of Kings-
don, Somerset, 35.

Twiss, sir Travers, fellow 30-63, hon. fellow 64, see
preceding page.

Boyd, William, born at Newcastle-upon-Tyne 21
April, 1809; 2s. William, banker. University
Coll., matric. 29 June, 27, aged 18 ; B.A. 31, fellow
33-36, M.A. 34 (Honours : — 3 classics and 1
mathematics 31) ; vicar of Arncliffe, Yorks, 35,
hon. canon of Ripon 60, archdeacon of Craven
80-90.

Ellison, Henry, born at Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1 Nov.,
1819 ; o.s. Peregrine George, arm. University,
Coll., matric. 10 May, 38, aged 18 (from Win-
chester) ; B.A. 42, fellow 43-53, M.A. 44, bursar 47
(Honours:— 2 classics 42); M.A. Durham ad
eundem 54, rector of Melsonby, co. Durham, 52,
hon. canon Ripon 83.

Bright, William, fellow 47-68, see among canons of
Christ Church.

Slessor, John Henry, born at Sidmouth, Devon, 1821 ;
is. John, major-general. Exeter, matric. 30 May,
39, aged 17 (from Tiverton school) ; scholar
University Coll. 40-47, B.A. 44, M.A. 47, fellow
47-62 (Honours : — 2 classics 44) ; rector of Head-
bourne Worthy, Hants, 61.

Smith, Gold win, fellow 47-68, hon. fellow 68, see pre-
ceding page.



Jones, William Basil, born at Cheltenham 2 Jan.,
1822 ; is. William Tilsley, of Gwynfryn, co. Cardi-
gan, arm. Trinity, matric. 16 June, 40, aged 18
(from Shrewsbury) ; scholar 40-45, B.A. 44 ; Michel
scholar Queen's 45-48, M.A. 47, Michel fellow
48-51, fellow University Coll. 51-57, tutor 54-65,
proctor 61, D.D. by diploma 27 Oct., 74 (Honours:
— Ireland scholarship 42, 2 classics 44) ; classical
moderator 56-60, examiner in theology 70 ; select
preacher 60-61, 66-67, 76-78, and at Cambridge 81 ;
3rd cursal prebend St. David's 59-65, canon of York
63 71, perpetual curate Haxby, Yorks, 63-65, vicar
of Bishopthorpe 65-74, archdeacon of York 67-74,
chancellor of York cathedral 71-74, and canon resi-
dentiary 73-4, bishop of St. David's 74.

Medd, Peter Goldsmith, born at Leyburn, Yorks, 1830 ;
is. John, gent. St. John's, matric. 1 March, 48,
aged 18 (from King's Coll., London), scholar. Uni-
versity Coll. 48-52, fellow 52-77, B.A. 52, M.A. 54,
tutor 61-70 (Honours : — 1 classics 52), examiner in
theology 78, 84 ; on council of Keble 71, select
preacher 81, Bampton lecturer 82, hon. fellow
King's Coll., London, 61, rector of Barnes, Surrey,
70-76, hon. canon St. Alban's jj, rector of North
Cerney, co. Gloucester, 76.

Bull, Charles Musgrave, born at Sowerby, Yorks, 11
Nov., 1828; 3s. William Howse, perpetual curate
of Sowerby. St. John's, matric. 4 March, 47,
aged 18 (from Rugby) ; scholar University Coll.
47-53, B.A. 51, fellow 53-66, M.A. 54 (Honours:
— 2 classics 51), a master at Marlborough coll.

Headlam, Francis John, born at Wycliffe, Yorks, 9
June, 1829 ; 6s. John, archdeacon of Richmond.
University Coll. , matric. 20 Oct., 48, aged 19
(from Eton) ; scholar 49-54, B.A. 52, fellow 54-73,
M.A. 56, bursar 63 (Honours :— 2 classics 52); bar.-
at-law, Inner Temple, 58, stipendiary magistrate at
Manchester since May, 69.

Parker, Charles Stuart, born at Aigburth, co.
Lancaster, 1829; is. Charles Stuart, aim. BKASE-
NOSE, matric. 10 June, 47, aged 18 (from Eton),
scholar University Coll. 48-54, B.A. 52, fellow
54-69, M.A. 55, tutor 58-65 (Honours : — 1 classics
and 2 mathematics 52), examiner in classics 59, 63,
66 ; major of the university volunteers 65-80 ; of
Fairlie, Perthshire, M.P. Perthshire 68-74, Perth
78 — Aug., 92, etc.

Davey, sir Horace, fellow 1856-63, hon. fellow 84, see
above.

Abbey, Charles John, born at Market Harborough, co.
Leicester, 1833; is. John, gent. Lincoln, matric. 2
June, 52, aged 19 (from Uppingham), exhibitioner
52-8, B.A. 56, M.A. 59, fellow University Coll.
62-66 (Honours :— 2 classical mods. 54, 2 classics
56, Ellerton theological essay 57, Denyer theological
essay 61, 62); 2nd master Dedhain grammar school
57-9, tutor and lecturer Trinity Coll., Glenalmond,
59-62, rector of Checkendon, Berks, 65.

Webb, Allan Becher, born at Calcutta 6 Oct., 1839.
Corpus Christi, matric. 27 March, 58, aged 18
(from Rugby), scholar 58-63, B.A. 62, fellow Uni-
versity Coll. 63-68, M.A. 64, tutor 65, D.D. 71
(Honours: — 1 classical mods. 60, 2 classics 62);
vice-principal Cuddesdon coll. 64-7, rector of Avon
Dassett, co. Warwick, 67-70, bishop of Bloemfontein
70-83, and of Grahamstown 83.

Medd, Charles Septimus, born at Stockport, Cheshire,
4 Nov., 1838; 7s. John, arm. University Coll.,
matric. 21 March, 57, aged 18 (from Marl-
borough), scholar 57-62, B.A. 61, fellow 64-74, M.A.
64 (Honours: — 2 classical mods, and 2 mathe-
matical mods. 59, 2 classics and 2 mathematics 6r,
Arnold essay 64) ; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 69.
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Lee-Wamer, James, born at Walsingham, Norfolk,
13 Aug., 1836. University Coll. , matric. 30 May,
55, aged i8(from Rugby), scholar TRINITY56-61, B.A.
60, M.A. 63, fellow University Coll. 66-72, tutor
68-72, proctor 71 (Honours :— Hertford scholarship
57, 1 classical mods. 57, 2 classics 59, Latin essay
61) ; of Thorpland Hall, Norfolk, assistant master
Westminster school 62-66, rector of Tarrant Gun-
ville, Dorset, 72-88, rector of Beckley, Sussex, 88.

Channing, Francis Allston, born at Cincinnati, in
Ohio, U.S.A., 1841 ; is. William Henry, unitarian
minister and American abolitionist. Queen's,
matric. 22 Oct., 59, aged 18 (from Liverpool coll.),
scholar Exeter 59-64, B.A. 63, fellow University
Coll. 66-70, M.A. 66, tutor 68, classical lecturer
and lecturer in philosophy (Honours : — 2 classical
mods, and 2 mathematical mods. 61, 2 classics and
4 mathematics 63, English essay 65, and Arnold
essay 66) ; of Pytchley House, Kettering, bar.-at-
law, Lincoln's Inn, 82, m.p. Northamptonshire (east
division) since Dec, 85.

Owen, James Albert, born at Haverfordwest 1842 ; 3s.
William, of Withybush, co. Pembroke, J. P., D. L.
Christ Church, matric. 28 May, 60, aged 18
(from Cowbridge school), a junior student 60-5,
B.A. 64, M.A. 67; fellow University Coll. 6871
(Honours: — 1 classical mods. 62, 1 classics 64);
assistant master Cheltenham coll. 70.

Tucker , Charles Corny ns, born at Stathern , co. Leicester,
29 March, 1843 ; is. Comyns, cler. University
Coll., matric. 17OCL 63, aged 20 (from Marlborough)
scholar 63-8, B.A. 68, fellow 69-80, M.A.
70 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 65, 1 classics
67) ; of Beech Hill, north Devon, bar-at-law,
Inner Temple 71. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Bosanquet, Bernard, born at Rock Hall, near Alnwick,
N.B. , 14 June, 1848, 5s. Robert William, rector of
Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln, 34. Balliol, matric. 28
Jan., 67, aged 18 (from Harrow), scholar 66-70,
fellow University Coll. 70-84, B.A. 71, M.A. 74,
tutor 77 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 68, 1 classics
70), examiner in classics 82, LL. D. Glasgow 92.

Butcher, Samuel Henry, born 16 April, 1850, is.
Samuel, bishop of Meath ; scholar Trinity coll.,
Cambridge 69 (from Marlborough), B.A. 73, fellow
74-6, M.A. 76 (Honours: — Bell scholarship 70,
Waddington scholarship 71, Latin verse 71-72,
senior classic 73, chancellor's medal 73) ; fellow
University Coll. 76-82, incorporated 26 Oct., 76,
aged 26, classical moderator 78, 79 ; professor of
Greek in University of Edinburgh 82, hon. LL.D.
Glasgow 85, hon. D. Litt. Dublin, 92. See Men and
Women of the Time.

Fletcher, Lazarus, born at Salford, co. Lane, 3
March, 1854 ; is. Stewart, arm. Balliol, matric. 16
Oct. 72, aged 18 (from Manchester gr. school),
scholar 71-5, B.A. 76, fellow University Coll.
77-80, M.A. 79, Millard lecturer in physics, Trinity
coll., 77-8 (Honours:- i math. mods. 73, accessit
junior mathl. scholarship 74, 1 maths. 75, 1 natural
science 76, senior mathl. scholarship 76) ; examiner
in natural science 80, keeper of minerals British
Museum 80, F.R.s. 89, president mineralogical
society 85-8, vice-president geological society 90-2,
fellow of chemical society, and member of the
physical society. See Men and Women of the Time.

Conybeare, Frederick Cornwallis, born at Coulsdon,
Surrey, 15 Sept., 1856; 3s. John Charles, arm.
University Coll. , matric. 22 Jan. , 76, aged 19 (from
Tonbridge school) ; scholar 75-80, B.A. 80, fellow
80-7, M.A. 82, lecturer in philosophy and ancient
history, lecturer in ancient philosophy Worcester
coll. 84-5 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods, -j-j, 1
classics 79.



Cunningham, Joseph Thomas, born in London
4 April, 1859; 2s. William Henry, gent. Balliol,
matric. 17 Oct. ,77, aged 18 (from Southwark gr.
school), scholar 77-81, B.A. 81 ; fellow University
Coll. 82-9 ; Honours : — 1 math. mods. 79, 1
natural science 81.

Rutherford, Rev. William Gunion, born in Glasgow
1851; 2s. Robert, of Newlands, Peebles, cler.
Balliol, matric. 26 April, 73, aged 19 (from St.
Andrew's University), exhibitioner 73-7, B.A. j-y,
M.A. 80, fellow University Coll. 83 (Honours :
— 1 classical mods. 74, 2 natural science 76);
classical master St. Paul's 76-83, LL.D. St. Andrew's
85, head-master Westminster school 83. See Men
and Women of the Time.

Haines, John Thomas Augustus, born in Lambeth,
Surrey, 1861 ; is. John Thomas, gent. BALLIOL,
matric. 16 Oct., 79, aged 18 (from Christ's hospital),
exhibitioner 78-83, B.A. 83; fellow University
83-90, M.A. 86; Honours: — 1 classical mods. 80,
Latin verse 81, 1 classics 83, 2 history 84.

EX-STOWELL FELLOWS.
Tickell, George, born at Allahabad, East Indies, 1815;
2s. Richard, colonel r.e. Balliol, matric. 28 Nov.,
31, agedi6(from Eton),scholar3i-7, B.A. 35; Stowell
law fellow University Coll. 37-40 (Honours: —
1 classics 35), bar-at-law, InnerTemple, 39; a Jesuit
and rector of Our Lady and St. Joseph, Selkirk,
N.B. 44.

Morgan, (Sir) George Osborne, Bart., born at Gotten-
burg, Sweden, 8 May, 1826 ; is. Morgan, vicar of
Conway. Balliol, matric. 30 Nov., 43, aged 17
(from Bangor and Shrewsbury schools), scholar
Worcester 47-50, B.A. 48; Stowell fellow Uni-
versity Coll. 50-7, M.A. 50 (Honours: — Craven
scholarship 44, English verse 46, 1 classics 47,
English essay 50, Eldon law scholarship 51) ; of
Brymbo Hall, co. Denbigh, J. P., bar.-at-law,
Lincoln's Inn, 53, Q.C. and a bencher 69, M.P.
Denbighshire 65-85, and east Denbighshire since
85, privy councillor 80, and judge-advocate general
80-5, under secretary for colonies Jan. -July, 86,
created a baronet 92. See Men and Women of the
Time.

Bailey, Alfred, born in London 12 Oct., 1829; 3s.
Edward Savage, solicitor and president of the in-
incorporated law society. Christ Church, matric.

27 May, 47, aged 17 (from King's coll. school,
London), student 48-58, B.A. 51, M.A. 54 ; Stowell
civil law fellow University Coll. 58-65 (Honours:
— 1 classics 51) ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 54.
See Foster's A/en at the Bar.

Hopkinson, Alfred (Hume), born in Manchester

28 June, 1851 ; 2s. John, gent. Lincoln, matric.
20 Oct., 69, aged 18 (from Owens College, Man-
chester), scholar 69-73, B.A. 72, Stowell civil law
fellow University Coll. 73-80, M.A. and B.C.L.
76 (Honours : — 2 classics 72, 1 civil law 74, Vinerian
law scholarship 75) ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 73,
O.C 92, joint professor of jurisprudence and law,
Victoria University, Manchester, since 75. See
Foster's Men at the Bar.

Rogers, John Davenport, born at Aymestrey, co.
Hereford, 6 Feb., 1857 ; 3s. John, of Stanage Park,
cler. Balliol, matric. 20 Oct., 75, aged 18 (from
Marlborough), scholar 74-9, B.A. 79 ; Stowell civil
law fellow University Coll. 80-7, M.A. and
B.C.L. 82 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 76, 1
classics 79, 2 civil law 81); of Stanage Park, co.



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