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1 classical mods. 84, 1 classics 87.

BiggS, Charles Richard Davey, born at Lichfield,

1865 ; 4s. Sylvanus, gent. St. John's,
matric. 14 Oct., 82, aged 17 (from Derby school),
scholar 82, B.A. 86, M.A. 89, Fereday fellow 91
(Honours:— 2 classical mods. 84, 2 classics 86);
vice-principal theological college, Edinburgh, and
chaplain of St. Mary cathedral, Edinburgh, 90.

HONORARY FELLOW.

Moubray, John James, born at Cambus, Scotland, 28
March, 1857; o.s. Robert, gent. St. John's, matric.
16 Oct. , 75, aged 18 (from Edinburgh academy), B.A.
80, M.A. 83, hon. fellow 89; of Naemoor, co. Perth,
and West Cambus, Clackmannanshire,



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EX-FELLOWS.
Dunlap, Arthur Philip, born at Christchurch, Surrey,
13 June, 1809 ; 3s. James, gent. St. John's, matric.
25 June, 27, aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors'
school), fellow 27-52, B.A. 31, M.A. 35, B.D. 40
(Honours : — 3 classics 31) ; perpetual curate
Northmoor, Oxon, 39-43, reader of his college,
43-52 ; rector of Bardwell, Suffolk, 52-79.
Browne, ven. Robert William, born in Southwark,
Surrey, 12 Nov., 1809; is. William, gent. St.
John's, matric. 25 June, 27, aged 18 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 27-39, B.A. 31, tutor 31-5,
M.A. 35 (Honours: — 1 classics and 1 mathematics
31); professor of classical literature King's coll.,
London, 35-62, and hon. fellow 63, assistant preacher,
Lincoln's Inn, 36-43, select preacher at Oxford 42-3,
principal chaplain to the forces, London, 44-62,
canon of St. Paul's 45-63, and of Wells 58, arch-
deacon of Bath 60, rector of Weston-super-Mare,
62-76.

Deane, right hon. sir James Parker, born at Hurst,
Hants, 25 June, 1812 ; 2s. Henry Boyle, gent. St.
John's, matric. 29 June, 29 aged 16 (from Win-
chester), fellow 29-41, B.C.L. 34, D.C. L. 39
(Honours : — 2 classics and 2 mathematics 33) ;
advocate Doctors' Commons 39, bar.-at-law, Inner
Temple, 41, Q.C. and bencher 58, treasurer 73,
admiralty advocate, vicar-general of archbishop of
Canterbury, chancellor of the diocese of Sarum 72,
knighted 1 Aug., 85, p.c. 92. See Foster's Men at
the Bar.

Vaughan, Edward William, born in Westminster 29
June, 1810 ; 2s. Thomas, gent. St. John's, matric.
29 June, 29, aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors' school),
fellow 29-34 ; migrated to New Inn Halt., B.A.
35 ; minor canon Gloucester 38-46, vicar of Llantwit
Major, co. Glamorgan, 46.

Hunter. William, born in St. Dunstan's-in-the-East,
London, 13 July, 1814 ; 4s. John, gent. St. John's,
matric. 27 June, 31, aged 16 (from Merchant Taylors'
school), fellow 31-46, B.A. 35, M.A. 39, B.D. 44
(Honours: — 4 classics 35); vicar of St. Giles,
Oxford, 43-6, and chaplain Corpus Christi 50-2 ;
rector of Norbury, co. Derby, 71.

Wise, William John, born at Reading 20 May, 1817 ;
o.s. William, D.D. , vicar of St. Laurence, Reading,
1812. St. John's, matric. 29 June, 35 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 35-42, B.A. 39, M.A. 43;
vicar of Granborough, co. Warwick, 43-62, perpetual
curate Thannington, Kent, 62-9, rector of Shipham,
Somerset, 69-74, vicar of Wappenbury, co. War-
wick, 84-90.

Brine, James Gram, born at Walmer, Kent, 8 Aug.,
1818 ; is. James, major in the army. St. John's,
matric. 20 June, 37, aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors'
school), fellow 37-54, B.A. 41, M.A. 45, proctor 51,
B.D. 52 (Honours : — 2 classics and 3 mathematics
41) ; rector of Chardstock All Saints 46-74, chaplain
at Wiesbaden 61-7, rector of Lower Hardres, Kent,
74-92, rural dean of Bridport 71-4, and of Canter-
bury 84-90.

Parnell, Thomas Augustus, born in London 11 Jan.,
1822; 4s. John, surgeon. St. John's, matric. 29
June, 40, aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors' school),
fellow 40-5, B.A. 44 ; held various curacies 46-80,
reader of Waddington hospital, Clitheroe, 86.

Hayman, Henry, born in London 3 March, 1823 ; is.
Philip Dell, gent. St. John's, matric. 28 June, 41,
aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors' school), fellow 41-
55, B.A. 45, M.A. 49, B.D. 54, D.D. 70 (Honours :
— 2 classics and 2 mathematics 45), treasurer of
Oxford union society 47 ; assistant master Charter-
house, 52-5, headmaster St. Olaves gr. sch. , South-
wark, 55-9, of Cheltenham gr. sch. 59-68, of Brad-
field coll., 68-9, and of Rugby 69-74, assistant
preacher at the Temple 54-7, rector of Aldingham,
co. Lane, 74, hon. canon of Carlisle 84. For list
of his writings see Crockford,



Eld, James Henry, born at Foleshill, co. Warwick,

1824 ; 3s. George, gent. St. John's, matric.
28 June, 41, aged 17 (from Coventry school), fellow
41-75, B.A. 45, M.A. 49, B.D. 54, proctor 60
(Honours: — 4 classics 50); perpetual curate
Fyfield, Berks, 63-74, rector of Belbroughton, co.
Worcester, 74.

Austen, Edward Thomas, born at Chawton, Hants,

1820 ; 5s. sir Francis William. St. John's,

matric. 27 June, 42, aged 22 (from school),

fellow 42-55, B.A. 46, M.A. 50; rector of Barfrey-

stone, Kent, 54.

Houlton, sir Edward Victor Lewis (g.C.M.G.), born at
Farleigh, Somerset, 4 March, 1823 ; 4s. John, arm.
Oriel, matric. 2 June, 41, aged 18 (from
school) ; fellow St. John's 42-54, B.A. 45, M.A. 49 ;
chief secretary to government of Malta 55-83, and
vice-president of the council 81-3; k.C.m.g. 60,
G.C.M.G. 68.

Podmore, rev. Thompson, born at Hastings, Sussex,
16 Aug., 1823; 2S. Robert, gent. St. John's,
matric. 27 June, 42, aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors'
school), fellow 42-51, B.A. 46, M.A. 50 (Honours :
— 1 classics 46) ; master Elstree Hall school, Herts,
61-9, headmaster Eastbourne coll. 69-86, rector of
Aston-le- Walls, Northants, 86.

Thornton, Robinson, born at Bury St. Edmund's 22
Aug., 1824; is. Thomas, of "The Times." St.
John's, matric. 26 June, 43, aged 18 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 43-55, B.A. 47, M.A. 51, B.D-

56, D.D. 60, tutor 54-5 (Honours :— junior niathe.
matical scholarship 45, 1 classics and 2 mathematics
47), Boyle lecturer 81-3 ; headmaster and chaplain
royal medical college, Epsom, 55-70, warden and
Pantonian professor of theology, Trinity coll., Glen-
almond, 70-3, vicar of St. John's, Notting Hill, 78,
prebendary of St. Paul's 89, examining chaplain
bishop of London 89, fellow royal history society,
vice-president Victoria institute.

Palin, Edward, born in St. Luke's 21 March, 1825 ;
o.s. Richard of Islington, Middlesex, gent. St.
John's, matric. 26 June, 43, aged 17 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 43-66, B.A. 48, M.A. 51,
B.D. 56, tutor 60 (Honours :—i classics 48), classical
examiner 61-2, perpetual curate of Summertown,
Oxford, 56-60, vicar of Linton, co. Hereford, 65.

Mitchell, Edward, born at Boston, co. Lincoln, 12
Sept., 1827; s. Edward Coupland, surgeon. St.
John's, matric. 29 June, 46, aged 18 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 46-78, B.A. 50, M.A. 54,
B.D. 59; vicar of Northmoor, Oxon, 58-67, curate of
Kemsing, Kent, 72-4 ; took the name of Mitchell in
lieu of Coupland by royal licence 4 Jan., 79.

Style, Charles Montague, born at Kirkby Overblow,
Yorks, 21 Aug., 1830; 2s. William, captain r.n.
St. John's, matric. 25 June, 49, aged 18 (from Mer-
chant Taylors' school), fellow 49-67, B.A. 54, M.A.

57, B.D. 62, D.D. 8o(Honours: — Hebrew scholar-
ship 50, 2 classical mods, and 3 classics 53) ; rector
of South Warnborough, Hants, 66.

Matheson, rev. Charles, born at Berbice, West
Indies, 27 Sept., 1831 ; 3s. Charles, merchant. St.
John's, matric. 1 July, 50, aged 18 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 50-6, B.A. 54, M.A. 57
(Honours : — Hebrew scholarship 51 and 55, 1
classical mods, and 2 mathematical mods. 52, 1
classics 54); headmaster clergy orphan school,
Canterbury, 67-91.

Crackanthorpe, Montague Hughes, born at Wel-
lington, Somerset, 24 Nov., 1832; 6s. Christopher
Cookson, of Nowers, Somerset, bar.-at-law. St.
John's, matric. 1 July, 50, aged 18 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 50-69, B.C.L. 56, D.C.L. 60
(Honours : — junior mathematical scholarship 52,
1 classical mods, and 1 mathematical mods. 52, 1
classics and 1 mathematics 54, Eldon law scholarship



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56); of Newbiggen Hall, Westmorland, J. P., D.L.,
bar.-at-lavv, Lincoln's Inn, 59, Q.C. 75, bencher 78,
assumed the surname of Crackanthorpc in lieu of
Cookson by royal licence 88.

POWVS, Francis Arthur, born at Southgate, Middlesex,
10 April, 1831 ; 4s. Henry Philip, arm. St. John's,
matric. 8 May, 50, aged 19 (from Eton), fellow
51-70, B.A. 54, M.A. 57, B.D. 64, perpetual curate
Summertown, Oxford, 60-4, and vicar of St. Giles,
Oxford, 64-9, rector of Winterslow, Wilts, 69.

Thornton, Thomas Henry (c.s.i.), born in Blackfriars,
London, 31 Oct., 1832; 2s. Thomas, author and
editor. St. John's matric. 30 June, 51, aged 18
(from Merchant Taylors' school), fellow 51-62, B.C. L.
56, D.C.L, 62 (Honours:— Hebrew scholarship 52,
1 classical mods. 53, 2 classics and 2 law and history
55); selected candidate (nth) Indian civil service
55, a student of Gray's Inn 62, secretary to Punjaub
government 64-76, judge small cause court, Lahore,
61-2, chief judge Punjab court 78-81, and a member
of legislative council, India, 77-9, C.s.i. 1 Jan., 77,
fellow Calcutta university 75, vice-president Lahore
university 79, etc.

Rice, Charles Hobbes, born at Stratford-upon-Avon,
co. Warwick, 17 Aug., 1832; 2s. David, M.K.C.S.,
j.p. St. John's, matric. 30 June, 51, aged 18 (from
Merchant Taylors' school), fellow 51-68, B.A. 55,
M.A. 59, B.D. 64 (Honours : — 1 mathematical
mods. 54, hon. 4 classics and 3 mathematics 55) ;
tutor of St. Columba's college, co. Dublin, 56-62,
and vicar choral, Armagh, 62-7, rector of Cheam,
Surrey, 67, rural dean of Beddington 89.

Hill, Edward, born in London 20 Jan., 1833 ; s.
Henry, of Ruislip, Middlesex, solicitor. Pembroke,
matric. 20 Feb., 51, aged 18; fellow St. John's
51-7 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 53.

Gray, James Black, born in London 3 Aug., 1833;
4s. James, arm. St. John's, matric. 28 June, 52,
aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors' school), fellow
52-72, B.A. 56, M.A. 60, B.D. 65, D.D. 79
(Honours: — 3 classical mods, and 2 mathematical
mods. 55, 4 mathematics 56) ; vicar of SS. Philip
and James, Oxford, 62-71, rector of Crick, Northants,

West, Charles Frederick Cumber, born at Reading,
9 July, 1836 ; o.s. Frederick, gent. St. John's,
matric. 27 June, 53, aged 16 (from Reading school),
fellow 53-75, B.A. 57, M.A. 61, B.D. 86 (Honours :
— 2 classical mods. 55, 3 classics 57) ; vicar of Leck-
ford, Hants, 62-9, of St. Giles, Oxford, 69-74, and
of Charlbury, Oxon, 74.

Willson, William Wynne, born at Cambridge Heath,
Middlesex, 28 Feb., 1836; is. William Wynne, of
Cambridge Heath. St. John's, matric. 26 June, 54,
aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors' school), fellow 54-
64, B.A. 58, M.A. 62 (Honours : — 2 classical mods.
56, hon. 4 classics 58, Hebrew scholarship 55 and
59) ; held various curacies 59-73, rector of Codford
St. Mary, Wilts, 73-91, and of Hanborough, Oxon,
92.

Herbert, hon. Auberon Edward William Molyneux,
born 18 June, 1838 ; 3s. Henry John George, earl
of Carnarvon, St. John's, matric. 25 June, 55,
aged 17 (from Eton), fellow 55-69, B.C.L. 62,
D.C.L. 65 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 57),
president Oxford union society 62 ; of Old House,
Berry Wood, Hants, cornet 7th Hussars,, M.P. ,
Nottingham, Feb., 70-4.

Holding, "William, born in London 2 Nov., 1836;
o.s. Charles, surgeon. St. John's, matric. 25 June,
55, aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors' school), fellow
55-69, B.A. 59, B.C.L. 61, D.C.L. 65 (Honours:
— 2 classical mods. 57, 1 law and history 59, Vinerian
law scholarship 60) ; of Burghclere Manor, Hants,
J.P. , bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 62.



Jones, right rev. William West, born at Hackney,
n May, 1838; 6s. Edward Henry, gent. St.
John's, matric. 30 June, 56, aged 18 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 56-79, B.A. 60, M.A. 64,
B.D. 69, created D.D. 12 May, 74 (Honours: — 2
classical mods. 58, 4 classics and 4 mathematics 60),
Whitehall preacher 70-2, vicar of Summertown,
Oxfoid, 64-74; bishop of Capetown 74, hon. D.D.,
Durham, 88.

Clarke, Richard Frederick, born at Islington, 24 Jan.,
1839 ; is. Richard Frederick, schoolmaster. St.
John's, matric. 30 June, 56, aged 17 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 56-69, B.A. 60, M.A. 64,
tutor 64-9 (Honours: — 1 classical mods, and 2
mathematical mods. 58, 2 classics 60), in university
eight 59, a Jesuit priest, at the church of the
Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, Berkeley
Square, W. , editor of " The Month."

Follett, Charles John (c.B. ), born at Exeter, n June,
1838 ; 2s. John, merchant. St. John's, matric. 30
June, 56, aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors' school),
fellow 56-63, B.A. 60, B.C.L. 64, M.A. 78 (Honours:
— 2 classical mods. 58, 2 classics 60), a student of
Lincoln's Inn 60, mayor of Exeter 72-4, solicitor to
H.M. customs 78, c.B. 00.

Beaumont, Francis Morton, born at Winchelsea,
Sussex, 23 Aug., 1838; 2s. John, of Cheshunt,
surgeon. St. John's, matric. 30 June, 56, aged 17
(from Merchant Taylors' school), fellow 56-69, B.A.
61, M.A. 64 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 58,
3 classics 60), treasurer 59 and president of Oxford
union society 60 ; rector of East Farndon, North-
ants, 68-72, vicar of Coventry Holy Trinity 72, hon.
canon of Worcester 93.

Deane, Henry, born at Gillingham, Dorset, 27 July,
1833 ; is. Henry, vicar 32-88. St. John's, matric.
30 June, 56, aged 17 (from Winchester), founders
kin fellow 56-92, B.A. 60, M.A. 64, B.D. 69, proctor
70, tutor 68-73 (Honours:— 3 classical mods, and
2 mathematical mods. 58, 1 mathematics 60),
examiner in mathematics 68-9 and in theology 73-4,
Grinfield lecturer 84, vicar of St. Giles, Oxford,
74-80, and 84-7 ; f.s.A. 76, rector of Frenchay, co
Gloucester, 90-1.

Johnstone, James, born in London, 23 Sept., 1839;
is. James, of London. St. John's, matric. 29 June,
57, aged 17 (from Merchant Taylors' school), fellow
57-66, B.A. 61, M.A. 65 (Honours: — 2 classical
mods. 59, 3 law and history 61) ; bar.-at-law, Lin-
coln's Inn, 64, sometime editor of " The Standard."
See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Leigh, Arthur Henry Austen, born at Speen, near
Newbury, Berks, 28 Feb., 1836 ; 4s. James Edward,
A.-L. , vicar of Bray, Berks, 52-74. Balliol,
matric. 30 May, 55, aged 19 (from Cheltenham coll.) ;
fellow St. John's 59-76, B.A. 59, M.A. 66, B.D. 72
(Honours: — 2 classics 58, 1 law and history 59,
Craven scholarship, founder's kin 57) ; rector of
Winterbourne, co. Gloucester, 75-90, and vicar of
Wargrave, Berks, 90.

Baker, William, born at Reigate, Surrey, 18 Dec,
1 84 1 ; s. George, merchant, St. John's, matric.
25 June, 60, aged r8 (from Merchant Taylors'
school), fellow 60-70, B.A. 64, M.A. 68, B.D. 71,
D.D. 74, tutor 66-70 (Honours : — 1 classical mods.
62, 2 classics 64, theological scholarship 66); head-
master Merchant Taylors' school 70, canon of
Paul's 80.

Traill, Henry Duff, born at Blackheath 14 Aug., 1842;
6s. James, police magistrate. St. John's, matric.
1 July, 61, aged 18 (from Merchant Taylors' school),
fellow 61-79, B.A. 65, B.C.L. 68, D.C.L. 73
(Honours: — 1 classical mods. 63, 2 natural science
65, Ellerton theological essay 68) ; bar.-at-law, Inner
Temple, 69, satirical poet and journalist on staff of
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Sharps, Lancelot Lambert, born at Tackley, Oxon,
12 Oct. , 1842; is. Lancelot Art'.. .. , rector 39. St.
John's, matric. 1 July, 6r, aged 18 (from Merchant
Taylors' school), fellow 61-84, B.A. 65, M.A. 69,
B.D. 74 (Honours: — 2 classical mods. 63, 3 classics
65) ; vicar of St. Giles, Oxford, 80-4, rector of
Cranham, Essex, 84-9, vicar of St. John, Angell Town,
Brixton, 89.

Warren, Frederick Edward, born at Munich, Bavaria,
10 Nov., 1842; is. Frederick Skinner, gent. St.
John's, matric. 1 July, 61, aged 18 (from Reading
school), fellow 61-82, B.A. 65, M.A. 69, B.D.
74, proctor 80 (Honours: — 3 classical mods. 63,
2 classics 65) ; vice-principal Chichester theological
college 71-3, rector of Frenchay, co. Gloucester,
81-90, and of Bardwell, Suffolk, 90; F.S.A. 83. For
list of his writings see Crockford.

McNeile, Hector, born at Liverpool 26 Nov., 1842;
us. Hugh, dean of Ripon. Christ Church, matric.
16 Oct., 61, aged 18 (from Cheltenham coll. ), a junior
student 60-5, B.A. 65; fellow St. John's 65-71,
M.A. 69 (Honours : — Accessit junior mathematical
scholarship 63, 3 classical mods, and 1 mathematical
mods. 63, 1 mathematics 64, senior mathematical
scholarship 65) ; a student of Lincoln's Inn 65, vicar
of Belvedere, Kent, 82-6, and of Pott-Shrigley,
Cheshire, 90.

FitzGerald, Gerald Augustus Robert, born at Fled-
borough, Notts, 22 Sept., 1844; is. Augustus
Otway, archdeacon of Wells. Corpus Christi,
matric. 21 Oct. , 62, aged 18 (from Sherborne school),
scholar 62-7, B.A. 66 ; fellow St. John's 67-75,
M.A. 69 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 64, 2 classics
66) ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 71,

Copleston, right rev. Reginald Stephen, born at
Barnes, Surrey, 26 Dec, 1845; IS - Reginald, vicar
40-63. Merton, matric. 15 Oct., 64, aged 18 (from
Merchant Taylors' school), postmaster 64-9, B.A.
69; fellow St. John's 69-75, M.A. 71, tutor 70-5,
created D. D. 26 Nov., 75 (Honours: — proxime
accessit Hertford scholarship 65, 1 classical mods.
66, 2 classics 68), president Oxford union society
68 and 69 ; bishop of Colombo, Ceylon, 75.

James, Herbert Armitage, born at Kirkdale, co.
Lane, 3 Aug., 1844; 2s. David, cler. Jesus
Coll, matric. 27 May, 63, aged 18 (from Aber-
gavenny school), scholar Lincoln 64-7, B.A. 67;
fellow St. John's 69-87, M.A. 70, tutor 71-2, B.D.
74 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 65, 1 classics 67),
president Oxford union society 71 ; assistant master
Marlborough college 72-5, headmaster Rossall school
75-86, dean of St. Asaph 86-9, select preacher at
Oxford and Cambridge 87, principal Cheltenham
college 89, chaplain to bishop of St. Asaph 89.

Ewing, Robert, born at Dundee 14 Dec, 1847; is.
James, cler. Balliol, matric. 16 Oct. , 66, aged 18
from St. Andrew's university), exhibitioner 66-70,
B.A. 70; fellow St. John's 70-6, M.A. 73, tutor
72-89 (Honours : — 2 classical mods, and 1 mathe-
matical mods. 68, Greek testament prize 69, 1
classics 70, Septuagint prize 71), Guthrie scholarship
St. Andrew's university 66, and M.A. 71 ; rector of
Winterslow, Wilts, 88.

Stanbridge, John William, born at Hoxton, Middle-
sex, 29 Nov., 1846 ; is. John William, gent. New
Coll., matric. 20 Oct., 65, aged 18 (from Win-
chester), scholar 65-70, B.A. 70 ; fellow St. John's



70-82, M.A. 72, B.D. 76, tutor 73-82 (Honours : —

1 classical mods. 67, Latin verse 68, 2 classics 69) ;
rector of Bainton, Yorks, 83.

Omond, Thomas Stewart, born at Edinburgh,

1847 ; is. Robert, D.Med. Balliol, matric. 27
Jan., 68, aged 21 (from Edinburgh university),
exhibitioner 68-72, B.A. 72 ; fellow St. John's,
72-8, M.A. 74 (Honours :— Stanhope essay 70,

2 classics 72, English essay 72 ; and 1 classics, and
1 philosophy Edinburgh 68) ; bar.-at-law, Inner
Temple, 74. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Snow, Thomas Collins, born at York, 2 Feb., 1852;
is. Thomas, cler. Corpus Christi, matric. 19
Oct., 70, aged 18 (from York school), scholar 70-5,
B.A. 74; fellow St. John's 75-82, M.A. 77, librarian
77 (Honours : — proxime accessit Hertford scholar-
ship 72, 1 classical mods. 72, accessit 72, and proxime
accessit Ireland scholarship 73, 1 classics 74, Craven
scholarship 75), classical moderator 92.

Cripps, Charles Alfred, born at West Ilsey, Bucks, 3
Oct., 1852; 3s. Henry William, q.c. New Coll.,
matric. 14 Oct., 71, aged 19 (from Winchester),
scholar 71-5, B.A. 74 ; fellow Sr. John's 75-81,
M.A. and B.C.L. 79 (Honours: — 1 mathematical
mods. 72, 1 history 74, 1 law, 75, 1 civil law 76) ;
bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 77, Q.C. 90, and a
bencher.

Nance, James Trengrove, born at Eccleshall, co.
Stafford, 5 April, 1852 ; 3s. James, gent. New
COLL., matric. 14 Oct., 70, aged 18 (from Win-
chester), scholar 70-5, B.A. 75 ; fellow St. John's
76-87, M.A. 77, B.D. 81, tutor 78-86 (Honours :—
1 classical mods. 72, 1 classics 74) ; rector of
Polstead, Suffolk, 86.

Woods, Francis Henry, born at Sully, co. Glamorgan,
22 May, 1850; o.s. George, rector 48-86. Jesus
Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 69, aged 19 (from Bradfield
coll.), scholar 70-4, B.A. 73; fellow St. John's
76-83, M.A. 77, B.D. 81 (Honours: — 2 classical
mods. 71, 1 theology 73, Greek testament prize 74,
Syriac prize 75, theological scholarship 75), Warbur-
tonian lecturer 90, lecturer in theology Oriel 79,
Jesus Coll. and St. John's 83 ; vicar of Chalfont St.
Peter, Bucks, 88. For list of his writings see
Crockford.

G-OOdrick, Alfred Thomas Scrope, born at Great
Yarmouth 1857 ; 2s. George Thomas,

arm. Magdalen, matric. 16 Oct., 75, aged 18
(from Yarmouth school and St. John's Coll.,
Cambridge, 74-5), demy 75-9 ; fellow St. John's,
79-90, B.A. 79, M.A. 82, tutor 83-90 (Honours : —
1 classical mods. 76, 2 classics 79, Ellerton theological
essay 80), classical moderator 89 ; rector of Bard-
well, Suffolk, 90, and of Winterbourne, co. Glouc,
90.

Ball, Sidney, born at Pershore, co. Worcester,

1857 ; 2S. Edwin ffoulkes, arm. Oriel, matric. 19
Oct., 75, aged 18 (from Wellington college), scholar
75-80, B.A. 79 ; fellow St. John's, 82-92, M.A. 83,
tutor 85 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 77, 2 classics
79-

Lester, Lester Vallis, born at Swanage, Dorset, 18
July, i860 ; is. Lester Lester, cler. Magdalen,
matric. 13 Oct., 79, aged 19 (from Sherborne
school), demy 79-84, B.A. 83, M.A. 86 ; fellow St.
John's 86-9 ; Honours :— i classical mods. 81, 1
classics 83.



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EX-FEREDAY FELLOWS.

Shenstone, Frederick Smith, born at Tipton, co.
Stafford, 18 Jan., 1824; 2s. Richard Smith, arm.
St. John's, matric. 6 Dec, 42, aged 18 (from
Rugby), B.A. 46, M.A. 54, Fereday fellow 54-73; of
Sutton Hall, Sussex, J. p., d.l., bar.-at-law, Middle
Temple, 47, assumed the additional name of Shen-
stone, etc. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Hill, right hon. Alexander Staveley, born at Wolver-
hampton, co. Stafford, 1825 ; is. Henry, of
Oxley manor, co. Stafford, d. l. Exeter, matric.
15 Feb., 44, aged 18 (from King Edward's gr. school,
Birmingham), B.A. 52; Fereday fellow St. John's
54-65, B.C.L. 54, D.C.L. 55 (Honours : — 4 classics
48) ; examiner in law and modern history 58, deputy
steward of the University 74 ; of Ockley manor, co.
Stafford; M.P. Coventry 68-74, west Staffordshire
74-85, Staffordshire (Kingswinford division) since 85,
bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 51, Q.C. 86, treasurer 86,
recorder of Banbury, judge advocate 75, privy coun-
cillor 92.

Howell, Arthur Pearse, born at Clapham, Surrey,
1834 ; 3s. Thomas, arm. Exeter, matric.
27 Oct., 52, aged 18 (from Tonbridge), scholar
Trinity 53-4 ; Fereday fellow St. John's 54-63,
B.A. 57, M.A. 72 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 55,
2 classics 56, 4 law and history 57), selected candidate
(7th) Indian civil service 57.

Archibald, Richard George, born in London

1844; is. sir Thomas Dickson, judge of common
pleas. Christ Church, matric. 22 Oct., 62, aged
18 (from school) , Fereday fellow St.

John's 64-5 ; (Honours : — 1 mathematical mods.
64) ; brother of William named below.



Sneyd-Kynnersley, Edmund McKenzie, born at
Uttoxeter, cc. .Stafford, 1 Dec, 1841 ; 3s. Thomas
Clement, of Moor Green, co. Wore, stipendary
magistrate, Birmingham. Balliol, matric. 13 Oct. ,
60, aged 18 (from Rugby) ; Fereday fellow St.
John's 65-79, B.A. 66, M.A. 71 (Honours : — 2
classical mods. 62, 3 classics 64) ; bar.-at-law, Inner
Temple, 69, an inspector of schools 74.

Wood, rev. Joseph, born at Manchester 23 Nov., 1842 ;
2s. John, gent. Balliol, matric. 13 April, 61,
aged 18 (from Manchester gr. school), exhibitioner
61-5, B.A. 65 ; Fereday fellow St. John's 65-8,
M.A. 68, B. and D.D. 79 (Honours: — 1 classical
mods. 62, 1 classics 65), classical moderator 76-7 ;
assistant master Cheltenham coll. 67-70, headmaster
Leamington coll. 70-90, and of Tonbridge school 90.

Archibald, William Frederick Alphonso, born in
London 17 May, 1846 ; 2s. sir Thomas, judge of
common pleas. St. John's, matric. 18 Oct., 64,
aged 18 (from Repton school), B.A. 69, Fereday
fellow 69-72, M.A. 71 (Honours : — 2 mathematics
68) ; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 74, brother of
Richard named above. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Bishop, Frederick Sillery, born at Shelton, co. Stafford,



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