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Scholar of Worcester ; Fellow of Balliol ; Professor of Interpretation of
Holy Scripture ; Fellow of Oriel
186") Instinct. Francis Allston Channing, Scholar of Exeter: Fellow of University

1866 Autobiography. Arthur Octavius Prickard, Fellow of New College

1867 The Use of the Classics as an Instrument of Christian Education. William

Henry Simcox, Fellow of Queen's

1868 The Genius of Spenser. William John Courthope, New College

1869 The Office and Limits of Literary Criticism. Henry de Burgh Boilings,

Fellow of Corpus

1870 The, Reciprocal Influence on each other of National Character and National

Language. Henry Francis Pelham, Fellow of Exeter

1871 The Universities of the Middle Ages. [Not awarded]

1872 The Effects of Steam Power on the Condition of a Nation. Thomas Stewart

Omond, Exhibitioner of Balliol ; Fellow of St. John's

1873 The Effects of Continued War upon a Nation. Andrew Goldie Wood, Scholar

of Pembroke

1874 The short periods during which Art has remained at its zenith in various

countries. Gerard Baldwin Brown, Fellow of Brasenose



THE CHANCELLOR'S '. LATIN ESSAY. 143

1875 ttopias, Anrh-nt and Modern. Andrew Cecil Bradley, Fellow of Balliol
l v 7ii The political and social results of the absorption of small States by large. George

Smythe Baden-Powell, Balliol
1^77 Tin 1 influence qf the School-men upon Modern Literature. Bobert Jocelyn

Alexander, Brasenose

1878 Symptoms of Decline in Races. George Spencer Bower, Scholar of New College

1879 Historical Criticism among die Ancients. [Not awarded]

1880 Under irlmt Conditions u Naval Supremacy Acquired and Maintained by

Nations? Frederic Thomas Dalton, Corona

1881 The. Development qf English Prose Style. Charles Bobert Leslie Fletcher,

Demy of Magdalen ; Fellow of All Souls

1882 Sicily, its Flare in Ancient History, Literature and Art. Andrew Potts, Non-

( !oUegiate Student

1883 The Universities of the Middle Ages. 7 Hastings Bashdall, late Scholar of New

College

1884 Tin Characteristics of Primitive Poetry. William Bartlett, Scholar of Corpus

1885 The Theory and Practice of Education among the Ancients. Walter Hob-

house, Fellow of Hertford; Student of Christ Church.

1886 The Influence of the Theatre on Life and Character. John Henry Fowler,

Trinity

1887 The right method of studying the Greek and Latin Classics. Herbert William

Horwill, late Scholar of Wadham
1*88 Tin effect of the development qf Physical Science on Literature and the Fine Arts.
William Arthur Gill, sometime Scholar of Queen's.



Latin Essay.

1810 In Philosophia, quce de Vita et Moribus est, ilhistranda, quamam prcecipue

Sermonum Socraticorumfuit ExceUentia ? John Miller, Worcester

1811 De Styli Ciceroniani, in Diversa Materie, Varietate. Charles Bathurst,

Student of Ch. Ch.

1812 Xenophontis res bellicas, quibus ipse interfuit, narrantis cum Ccesare compa-

ratio. John Keble, Fellow of Oriel ; Professor of Poetry

1813 Quam pirn in moribus Poputi Bomani corrigendis habuerit Potestas Censor iaf

John Taylor Coleridge, Fellow of Exeter

1814 De Ephororum\apud Lacedcemonios Magistratu. Benn Dickson Hampden,

Oriel ; Pellow: Principal of St. Mary Hall ; Whyte's Professor of Moral
Philosophy ; Begius Professor of Divinity

1815 In ilia Philosophic parte qua} Mbralis dicitur tractanda, quamam sit prcecipue

Aristotelicce Discipline Virtus? Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny, Demy,
afterwards Fellow, of Magdalen : Professor of Chemistry, and of Botany

1816 In Hi&toria scribenda quamam sit prcecipue inter Auctores veteres et novos

Differentia ? Henry Hart Milman, Fellow of Brasenose

1817 Quam vim habeat ad informandos Juvenum animos Poetarum lectio f Thomas

Arnold, Fellow of Oriel

1818 Quam vim in moribus Populi eonformandis exhibeaat Berum publicarum subita?

mutationes? Samuel Hinds, Queen's

1819 Quamam fuerint proBeipue in causa quod "Roma de Carthagine triumphavit ?

Alexander Macdonnell, Student of Ch. Ch.

1820 Quamam fuerit GoncUii Amphictyonici constitutio, et quam vim in tuendis

Groscice. libertatibus et in poputorum moribwformandishabueritl James

Shergold Boone, Student of Ch. Ch.
1*21 De Auguriis et Auspiciis apud Antiques. Charles John Plumer, Fellow of

Oriel
L822 An r< vera prcevaluerit apud Eruditioret Antiquorum Pciyiheismus. John

Bridges Ottley, Fellow of Oriel
! v_f>, ( 'nndih'o Servorvm apud Antiqn, s. Edward Wickham, Fellow of New College

1824 Coloniarum apud Grcseos ei aomanos inter se Comparatio. Edward Bouverie

Pusey, Fellow of Oriel ; Begius Professor of Hebrew

1825 De Tribunitia apud Bomanos Potestate. Frederick Oakelev, Ch. Ch. ; Fellow

of Balliol

1826 Quibus prcecipue :!" QnihuA tie eausis not plerumque ut instituta ac mores Orientalium oegrius mu-

tentnr guam nostra. [Not awarded]

1838 An recte dicatur caruisse veteres ea forma Concilii Publici, qua selecti guidam

pro uninersis statuuntur t William Dickenson, Scholar of Trinity

1839 Qua nam tint '•rim Rempublicam Academice officio:. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley,

Fellow of University; Eegius Professor of Ecclesiastical History

1840 Miles Romanus quando primum, et quifms de eausis, coeperit libertati Civium

obesse ? William Charles Lake, Fellow of Balliol

1841 De Etruscorum cultu, legibus, et moribus, eorumque apud Romanos vesiiuii*.

Benjamin Jowett, Fellow, afterwards Master, of Balliol ; Begius Professor
of Greek

1842 De re frumentatia apud Athenienses. William George Henderson, Demy,

afterwards Fellow, of Magdalen

1843 Qucenam fuerit publicorum eertaminum apud antiques vis et utilitas. Balph

Bobert Wheeler Lingen, Fellow of Balliol ; Hon. Fellow of Trinity ; after-
wards Lord Lingen

1844 Literarum Humaniorum Utilitas. Harris Smith, Fellow of Magdalen

1845 De Online Equestri a pud Romanes. George Granville Bradley, Fellow, after-

wards Master, of University

1846 Qucenam fuerit Mulierum apud veteres Grcecos conditio. Goldwin Smith,

Demy of Magdalen ; Fellow of University ; Eegius Professor of Modern
History

1847 QuatenvA Reipublicce intersit, ut Jurisprudentia Romanorum inter litems fere

humaniores colenda proponatur. Edwin Palmer, Fellow of Balliol; Corpus
Professor of Latin ; Canon of Ch. Ch.

1848 Qucenam prcecipue fuerint in causa, cur gentes mercaturaflorentissimce nusquam

diutwrnce extiterint. Thomas Valpy French, Scholar, afterwards Fellow, of
University

1849 Qucenam fuerit Flatonis Idea in Politia sua conscribenda. John Conington,

Fellow of University ; Corpus Professor of Latin

1850 Quam ob rem tanto studio apud Grcecos seroata fuerint, tanto neglectu

apud Romanos obruta, Artis Poeticai primordia. Edward St. John Parry,
Balliol

1851 Demosthenis et Ciceronis inter se comparatio. Henry Earle Tweed, Scholar of

Trinity ; Fellow of Oriel

1852 Qucenam lngenii virtutes ad ITistorias scribendas potissimum conducant. Henry

Parker, Fellow of Oriel

1853 Quibus prcecipue de eausis in Artium Liberalium Studiis Romani Gnecis ris

pares, nedum superiores, evaserint. George Bidding, Fellow of Exeter

1854 Qucenam fuerint prcecipue in causa quod Aristotelis phUosophia in Scholisprce-

valuerit. [Not awarded]

1855 Morum Phuosophi apud Grcecos et Romanos inter se comparati. John Edward

White, Fellow of New College

1856 Seientiarum Physic-arum Progressus. Hemming Bobeson, Scholar of Balliol

1857 Gentes Navibus insignescum Genttbus M ilite poMentibus comparator. Edward

Charles Wickham, Fellow of New College



chancellor's prizes. 145

1858 TJtrum bene an male de Populo Romano meritus sit Conatantinus, qui eedem

Imperii Byaaniium tranttvierU. William Walter Merry, sometime Scholar
of Balliol ; Follow, afterwards Rector, of Lincoln ; Public Orator

1859 Quatentu fabula credendum sit de Argonautarum curmt marftimof David

Binning Monro, Scholar of Balliol ; Fellow, afterwards Provost, of Ori< 1
18G0 Versabor in re multum qiuesifa ; utrwn suffragia clam an palam jerre melius

esset. Cic. de Legg. iii. 15. Reginald Broughton, Scholar of Balliol ;

Fellow of Hertford
1861 Virthu ( 'ifMt,- Augustus bene de populo Romano meruerit. James Lee-Warner,

Scholar of Trinity ; Fellow of University
18G2 Quosriturquisnam ait finis ttatuendua in egenis publiee 'f privatim aublevandis.

James Bryce, Fellow of Oriel ; Regius Professor of Civil Law

1863 Quibusnam praecvpue de causis exortum ait bellum civile Americanxun. Henry

Nettleship, Fellow of Lincoln ; Corpus Professor of Latin

1864 De Niebuhrii meritia in Historia Romano incestiganda. George Augustus

Simcox, Fellow of Queen's
1861 Ilalicaruassus. [Not awarded]

1866 Thucydides et Tacitus inter se comparati. John Wordsworth, Scholar of New

College ; Fellow of Brasenose ; Professor of Interpretation of HoJy
Scripture; Fellow of Oriel

1867 De Scenica Pvesi Bomanorum. Arthur Octavius Prickard, Fellow of New

College

1868 Quamam sit Mythological quam vocant, scientue utilitas? Edward Lee Hicks,

Fellow of Corpus

1869 I'trnm prodesse an obesse ReipubUca censendce sint Operariorum Societates.

(Trades Unions). Clifton Wilbrahani Collins, Magdalen.

1870 Quamam pracipue sint in causa cur Tragozdia, ante hos tercenkm unnus in

Anglid florentisaima, hodie langueat. [Not awarded]

1871 Quamam fueriut pracipue in causa quod Scoti cum Anglis in unius Imperii

corpus tarn cito eoaluerintt Francis David Morice, Fellow of Queen's

1872 Xvin in Bepublica fceminatum jura et virorum excsquari debeant. George

Edward Jeans, Scholar of Pembroke ; Fellow of Hertford

1873 Quamam fuerit revera Epicureorum Philosophia. John Cook Wilson, Scholar

of Balliol; Fellow of Oriel

1874 De L'i loniis apud Romanot militarilnis. Reginald Merrick Fowler, Scholar of

Pembroke

1875 Tilierii Iiuprratris Ingenium. Henry Broadbent, Fellow of Exeter

1876 Lingua} Latino 3 origines. [Not awarded]

1877 Quomodo in antiquis civitatibua pauperes indigentesgue publice aut privatim

sublevabanturt Charles Prestwood Lucas, Exhibitioner of Balliol

1878 Quatenm provecta aitscientia nostra antiguieawncrum temporum effoesis nuper

ad Trojam, Olympiam, Mycenae, thesauris et sepulchris. [Not awarded]

1879 Literce Gracce apud Reges Ptolemceos. Alfred Denis Godley, sometime

Scholar of Balliol ; Fellow of Magdalen

1880 Puerorum institutio apud Bomanos. Walter Scott, Fellow of Merton

1881 Quceruntur causq} cur Romani diversas gentes in unum imperii corpus componere

certisque administrandi rationibus regere potuerint, cum Grceci ad banc rem
parumfuerint idonei. John Henry Muirhead, Balliol

1882 Ad literas et artes Grcecorum quid contulerint JEgypHL Sidney George Owen,

Exhibitioner of Balliol

1883 Antiquarum gentium Navigations [Not awarded]

1884 Cujusmodi fuerit vetus Romanorum religio priusquam Groscorum numina in

Italiam illata essent. [No candidate]

1885 Quatenua Herodoto in historia conscribenda fides sit habenda? Griffith Hart-

well Jones, sometime Scholar of Jesus

1886 Quo jure Aristophanes Enripidem insectatus sit, nt relhiionis, morum, poesis

corruptorem f Walter Hobhouse, Fellow of Hertford ; Student of C'h. (h.

1887 Viri nobilis C. G. Gordon vita, mors, ingenium. [Not awarded]

1888 Quoyritur de variis mythologies inter pretationibus. Julian Hilton Sabgent,

sometime Scholar of Exeter.



146 rui/Ks.



English Verse.

SIR ROGER NKWDIGATE's PRIZE.

Prizes for Compositions in English Verse were occasionally given
many years ago by benefactors whose names were not proclaimed at
the time ami are not known now. Among others, Sir Roger Newdigate,
Baronet, of Arburv in Warwickshire, D.C.L., of University College,
sometime Burgess for the University, who died at a very advanced age
in 1806, gave in the last year of his life a Prize for "a copy of English
" Verse of fifty lines and no more in recommendation of the study of the
"ancient Greek and Roman remains of Architecture, Sculpture, and
'•Painting;" and by his Will he bequeathed the sum of ,£'1000, (by
which, when invested with accumulations, the sum of about ,£1550 in
£'S per cent. Consolidated Aunuities was purchased,) directing that


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