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vided that if the Scholar be called to the Bar, or commence practice
under the Bar, he shall vacate his Scholarship.

Should the fund increase sufficiently by accumulations or otherwise,
a second Scholarship is to be established on similar conditions.

Scholars.

1831 Herman Merivale, Fellow of Balliol

1834 Koundell Palmer, Scholar of Trinity; Fellow of Magdalen ; afterwards first

Earl of Sel borne
1837 Arthur Kensington, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of Trinity
1840 Thomas Henry Haddan, Fellow of Exeter
1843 Edward Kent Karslake, Fellow of Balliol
1846 Ralph Eobert Wheeler Lingen, Fellow of Balliol ; Hon. Fellow of Trinity ;

afterwards Lord Lingen
1849 John Conington, Fellow of University ; Corpus Professor of Latin
1851 George Osborne Morgan, Stowell Fellow of University
1854 Eobert George Wyndham Herbert, Scholar of Balliol; Fellow of All

Souls
1856 Montague Hughes Cookson, Fellow of St. John's
1859 Horace Davey, Fellow, afterwards Hon. Fellow, of University
1861 Henry Alexander Giffard, Corpus : Senior Student of Ch. Ch.
1864 John Mott Maidlow, Fellow of Queen's
1867 Courtenay Peregrine Ilbert, Fellow of Balliol
1870 Alfred Barratt, Fellow of Brasenose
1872 John Gent, Fellow of Trinity
1874 John Arthur Godley, Balliol ; Fellow of Hertford
1876 James Eastwick, Fellow of Trinitv
1878 Alfred Milner, Fellow of New College

1881 Charles Ash worth James, Scholar of Balliol ; Fellow of Hertford
1884 Albert Thomas Carter, Scholar of Queen's

1887 Francis William Pember, Fellow of All Souls

1888 George Russell Northcote, Fellow of New College.



BODEN SCHOLAKSHIPS.

Four Scholarships "for proficiency in the Sanskrit Language and
Literature" were established by Decrees of the Court of Chancery in
1830 and 1860, in order to carry into effect the purpose of the late
Colonel Boden, stated in the article on the Boden Professorship of
Sanskrit.



118 (MVERSITV SCHOLARSHIPS.

One Scholar Is elected every year in Hilary Term. Candidates must
be Members f some College or Hall, who have not exceeded the
twenty-fifth year of their age.

Each Scholarship is tenable for four years with an annual stipend of
£50, payable half-yearly, provided the Scholar retains his name on
the hooks of some College or Hall, keeps by statutable residenee three
Terms in each year, attends Lectures of the Professor, and makes
sufficient proficiency in Sanskrit. Default in these conditions entails
forfeiture of the Scholarship, or at least of some portion of the
stipend.

The Electors are the Boden Professor of Sanskrit, the Regius
Professors of Divinity, Hebrew, and Greek, the Laudian and Lord
Almoner's Professors of Arabic, and the Professor of Latin, or any
three of them ; but they may appoint a deputy or deputies to act in
their stead.

At first, until the expiration of an annuity of ,£100 given by the
Founder's Will, there were but two Scholars.

Scholars.

1833 William Alder Strange, Scholar of Pembroke
Edward Price, Magdalen Hall

1834 Salomon Caesar Bffalan, St.Fdnrund Hall

1837 Arthur Wellington Wallis, Magdalen Hall

1838 William Henry Jones, Magdalen Hall

1839 William Linwood, Student of C'h. Ch.

1840 Robert Payne Smith, Scholar of Pembroke ; Eegius Professor of Divinity

1841 Alexander Penrose Forbes, Brasenose

1843 Monier Williams, University ; Professor of Sanskrit

1844 Edward Markham Heale, Queen's

1845 Robert Hake, St. Edmund Hall

1848 Thomas Hutchinson Tristram, Lincoln

1849 Ralph Thomas Hotchkin Griffith, Queen's

1853 John Frederick Browne, Exeter

1854 Frederick William Walker, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of Corpus

1855 Henry Cobbe Sutherland, Lincoln

1857 William Hooper, Wadham

Cockburn Thomson, St. Mary Hall

John William Nutt, Scholar of Corpus; Fellow of All Souls

1858 Robinson Ellis, Scholar of Balliol ; Fellow of Trinity

Childers George Sperling, Postmaster of Merton

1859 William Henrv Smith, Fellow of St. John's

1861 William Henry Coxe, Balliol

1862 Edward John Long Scott, Lincoln

1863 Charles Arthur Roe, Postmaster of Merton

1864 Archibald Edward Gough, Scholar of Lincoln

1865 John Pickford, Scholar of Brasenose

1866 Henry John Mathews, Exeter

1867 Edmund Arbuthnot Knox, Scholar of Corpus ; Fellow of Merton

1868 Francis Chorley Channinsr, Scholar of Corpus

1869 Pierce de Lacy Henrv Johnstone, Exhibitioner of Balliol

1870 Peter Peterson, Balliol

1871 Charles Henry Jopp, Scholar of New College

1872 Frederick Eden Pargiter, Exhibitioner of Exeter

1873 Robert Hume Gunion, Scholar of Lincoln

1874 Brajendrandth De\ St. Mary Hall

1875 James Wilson, Balliol

1876 James M c Crone Douie, Balliol

1877 Arthur Venis Lazarus, Balliol



MATHEMATICAL SCHOLARSHIPS. 119

1878 Arthur Anthony Macdonell, Exhibitioner of Corpus

1879 William Coward Bradley, Scholar of Queen's

1880 John Lionel Postgate, Eglesfteld Exhibitioner of Queen's

1881 David Samuel Margoliouth, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of New College

1882 Charles Wynter Payne, Junior Student of Ch. Ch.

1883 Charles Norton Edgcumbe Eliot, Scholar of Balliol; Fellow of Trinity
1SS4 Maucherji Pestoryi Khareghat, Balliol

1885 Laksiiman Giianuadhan Bhaubhake, Balliol

1886 Adbbat Pekcival Pennell, Scholar of Ch. Ch.

1887 Nobman Somerville Bkodie, Scholar of Ch. Ch.

1888 Aktuuk Mason Tippetts Jackson, Scholar of Brasenose.



Mathematical Scholakships.

Scholarships "for the promotion of Mathematical studies" were
founded in the year 1831, a fund for their endowment having been
raised by contributions from many of the Colleges and many individual
Members of the University.

At first there were three, each tenable for three years, with an annual
stipend of ,£50.

In 1844 a change was made, and a further change in 1864 ; and
there were then four Scholarships, two Senior, and two Junior, with
stipends of £30 a-year each.

The regulations were revised in 1885, and are now as follows : —

There are four Scholarships, two Senior and two Junior, and one
Exhibition. The value of a Senior Scholarship is £30 for the first
and £50 for the second year of its tenure. A Junior Scholarship is
of the annual value of £,'60 for two years, and the Exhibition is of the
annual value of 7i » Samuel Rollea Driver, Fellow of Nen College; Repius" PrcfeBeor of

Hebrew
1871 George Shattock, Scholar of St. John's: Fellow of Hertford
ls7_' ( Iharles Thomas Crnttwell, Fellow of Merton
l>7:'. George Wolseley Collins, Keble

1874 George Henry Gwilliam, Jesus ; Fellow of Hertford

1875 David Johnston, St. Mary Hall

1876 George Henry Bateson Wright, Queen's
1>77 No Candidate]

1878 I No election]

lS.'J Edward John Perry, Scholar of Worcester

l - " Walter Lionel Giles, Scholar of St. John's

ls>l George James SpurreU, Scholar of Balliol

1882 David Samuel Mtargoliouth, Fellow of New College

L88 1 1 »ercy .Tames Bover, Scholar of Balliol.

1 — 1 Thomas Randell, Exhibitioner of St. John's

1885 Mark John Simmonds, Balliol

1886 Herman Joseph Cohen. Scholar of Jesus ; Junior Scholar

1887 David Samuel Margoliouth, Fellow of New College ; Senior
Thomas Walker, sometime Exhibitioner of Wadham; Junior.



PUSEY AND ELLEETON SCHOLAESHIPS.

Three Scholarships for " the promotion of sound Theology through
a solid and critical knowledge of Hebrew" were founded in the year
1832 by Philip Pusey, Esq., of Pusey in Berkshire ; Edward Bouverie
Pusey, D.D., Begius Professor of Hebrew ; and Edward Ellerton, D.D.,
Fellow of Magdalen College.

Under regulations made in 1885 there are now four Scholarships
with an annual stipend of ^40 each.

One Scholar, and one only, is elected every year in Michaelmas Term.
Candidates must be Members of the University under the degree of
Master of Arts or Bachelor of Civil Law, or, if of either of those degrees,
not above twenty-five years of age ! .

Each Scholarship is tenable for two years, provided that in the
first two years the Scholar reside seven weeks in each Michaelmas
and Lent Term, and seven weeks in the Easter and Act Terms of one
of the two years, and that during such residence he pursue his studies
under direction of the Professor of Hebrew. In certain cases the
Board of Management of the Foundation may dispense with part of
this residence.

The Electors are the Eegius Professors of Divinity and Hebrew and

1 After 1888 those members of the University only will be eligible who have not
.exceeded fourteen Terms from matriculation or the twenty-fifth year of their age.



PUSEY AND ELLEBTON SCHOLARSHIPS. 125

the Lord Almoner's and Laudian Professors of Arabic ; or, in default
of these, the Board appoints Electors.

The Board of Management consists of the Vice-Chancellor, tin;
President of Magdalen College, the Dean of Christ Church, the War-
den of Wadham College, the Kegius Professors of Divinity and Hebrew,
and the Lord Almoner's and Laudian Professors of Arabic.

Scholars.

1832 Benjamin Harrison, Student of Ch. Ch.
18o3 James Robert Burgess, Oriel

1834 Charles Seager, Magdalen Hall ; Scholar of Worcester

1835 Henry Burgess Whitaker Churton, Fellow of Biastijose
1S3U William Holloway Webb, Magdalen Hall

1S37 Salomon Caesar Malan, St. Edmund Hall

1838 Frederick Menzies, Fellow of Brasenose

1839 Thomas Hopkins Britton, Exeter

1840 William George Sinclair Addison, Magdalen Hall

1841 John Day Collis, Fellow of Worcester

1842 William Kay, Fellow of Lincoln

1843 Robert Payne Smith, Scholar of Pembroke ; Regius Professor of Divinity

1844 Charles Frederick Secretan, Wadham

1845 Robert Gandell, Michel Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of Queen's; Laudian

Professor of Arabic ; Fellow of Hertford

1846 Henry Master White, Fellow of New College

1847 Robert Hake, St. Edmund Hall

1848 Henry John Marlen, Wadham

1849 William AVright, St. John's

1850 Charles Montague Style, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of St. John's

1851 Charles Matheson, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of St. John's

1852 Thomas Henry Thornton, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of St. John's

1853 David Mason Gardner, Scholar of Brasenose

1854 Alexander Israel M c Caul, St. John's

1855 William Wynne Willson, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of St. John's

1856 Samuel M c Caul, St. John's

1857 John William Nutt, Scholar of Corpus ; Fellow of All Souls

1858 James Mew, Wadham

1859 Henry George Watson, St. John's

1860 Robert Joseph Crosthwaite, Scholar of Brasenose

1861 Edward Caird, Balliol ; Fellow of Merton

1862 John Purves, Balliol ; Fellow of Balliol

1863 Archibald Edward Gough, Lincoln

1864 Thomas Kelly Cheyne, Scholar of Worcester ; Fellow of Balliol ; Professor

of Interpretation of Holy Scripture ; Fellow of Oriel

1865 Arthur George Warner, Ch. Ch.

1866 Samuel Rolles Driver, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of New College ; Regius

Professor of Hebrew

1867 Edward Conduitt Dermer, Fellow of St. John's

1868 Henry Walter Reynolds, Wadham

1869 Charles Thos. Cruttwell, Scholar of St. John's ; Fellow of Merton

1870 Henry John Mathews, Exeter

1871 George Shattock, Scholar of St. John's ; Fellow of Hertford

1872 George WolReley Collins, Keble

1873 (No election]

1874 James Alexander Paterson, Scholar of Pembroke

1875 [No electionl

1876 f"No election]

1877 George Henry Bateson Wright, Queen's

1878 Edward John Perry, Scholar of Worcester

1879 David Samuel Margoliouth, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of New College

1880 George James Spurrell, Scholar of Balliol

1881 Jonathan James Gratrex, Wadham



12G UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS.

1882 Percy James Boyer, Scholar ofBalliol

1883 Herman .l"sri>li Cohen, Scholar of Jeans

1884 Arnold Frederick Saunders, Scholar of Wadhain

1885 Isidor ( loldstein, Non-< lollegiate Student, afterwards Exhibitioner of Exeter

1886 Thomas Walksb, sometime Exhibitioner of Wadham
Gboegb Albrbt Cooks, Scholar of Wadham

]s>7 John KiiKi'KKH'K Stknmm,. Exhibitioner of Wadham

CHABLXS FOX lUliNKV, St. John's.



Johnson's Scholakships.

Two Scholarships, "one for the greatest attainment in Theology, and
the other in Mathematics," were founded by John Johnson, D.D., some-
time Fellow of Magdalen College, who bequeathed to the University
the sum of ,£1200 for their endowment, directing that the money
should be invested in £3 per cent. Consolidated Annuities, and that


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