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PREFACE.



ARDLY had my " Alumni Oxonienses " appeared
when I was led, in deference to a very general
wish, to supplement it by some account of the
Colleges themselves and their officers. It
was felt that the interest of my "Alumni"
would be materially enhanced by descriptions
and views of the Colleges which, during their
University career, are the homes of Oxford men.
In the present work therefore, I have made it
my special object to bring before my readers
that college life which has always formed so
distinctive a feature of the English Universities.
Keeping this object before me I have illustrated
the book throughout with views of the colleges,
of the interiors of their chapels, their libraries, and their halls, their characteristic
quads., and other objects of interest, mainly archaeological. These are accompanied
by chronological biographies in outline of the Heads of each respective House, from
the earliest period, of all living Fellows, past and present, and of other officers.
Complete chronological lists, under each College, of all its members from 1880 to 1892
complete this part of the scheme.

With few exceptions, the notices of the Colleges have been written specially for
this work by the following Oxford historians : —




University - - -


By F. C. Conybeare, M.A.


Trinity - - - -


By The Rev. Herbert E. D.


*Balliol - - - -


,, Reginald L. Poole, M.A.




Blakiston, M.A.


Merton - - - -


,, The Warden.


St. John's - - -


,, The Rev. W. H. Hutton, M.A.


Exeter - - - -


,, The Rev. Charles W. Boase,


Jesus


,, The Rev. Llewelyn Thomas,




M.A.




M.A.


Oriel


„ C. L. Shadwell, M.A., B.C.L.


*Wadham - - -


,, J. Wells, M.A.


Queen's - - - -


,, The Provost.


Pembroke - - -


,, The Rev. Douglas Macleane,


*New


,, The Rev. Hastings Rashdall,




M.A.




M.A.


♦Worcester - - -


,, The Rev. C. H. O. Daniel,


Lincoln - - - -


,, The Rev. Andrew Clark, M.A.




M.A.


*All Souls' - - -


,, C. W. C. Oman, M.A.


♦Hertford - - -


,, The Rev. Hastings Rashdall,


Magdalen - - -


,, The Rev. H. A. Wilson, M.A.




M.A.


Brasenose - - -


,, The Principal.


Keble


,, The Rev. Walter Lock, M.A.


Corpus - - - -


,, The President.


St. Edmund Hall


,, The Rev. R. G. Plumptre,


Christ Church -


, , The Rev. T. Vere Bayne, M. A.




M.A., Vice- Principal.



The Notices of Balliol, New, All Souls', Wadham, Worcester, and Hertford are, with the permission of the publisher,
practically condensed by their respective authors from their accounts in " The Colleges of Oxford," edited by
Rev. A. Clark, M.A. (London : Methuen, 1891).



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VI OXFORD MEN AND THEIR COLLEGES.

From their antiquity, picturesqueness, and historical associations, the Colleges of
Oxford have ever held a high position as national monuments, and this has perhaps
somewhat overshadowed their peculiar character as living organisms. They are not
the relics of a dead past ; they are, as they have been for centuries, the homes of
corporate bodies, preserving an unbroken existence. Their home life, indeed, is
something sui generis, preserving, as it does, in the ways of the community, as in the
architectural shell that contains it, much in common with mediaeval England. It is
this genius loci that I have endeavoured to reproduce, and to this end I have availed
myself of those processes which by the aid of photography have enabled me to repro-
duce in reduced facsimile nearly the whole of Loggan's Views of the Colleges (1675),
and of the engravings of Bereblock's Views from " Collegiorum Scholarumque
Pnblicarum Academics Oxoniensis Topographica Delineatio " per Thomas Nelum
(1566), published by Hearne, 17 13.

Many illustrations have been taken from Skelton's " Oxonia Antigua Restaurata"
1823, and also from Ackerman's " Oxford" when nothing better was to be obtained.
These for the most part have been successfully reproduced, by the Ink-photo process
of Messrs. Sprague.

The delegates of the press have, with their accustomed courtesy, allowed me to
reproduce some of the illustrations from the Oxford Almanacs, and those well-known
artists, Messrs. Hills and Saunders, and Messrs. Gillman, have practically allowed me
carte blanche to reproduce any of their photographs.

There will thus be found within the covers of this book an absolutely unrivalled
collection of views, relative to Oxford and its life.

Nor does even the above list exhaust the wealth of illustration with which this
volume is adorned, for all the headpieces and initial letters which were engraved
for Wood's " Historia et Antiqaitates Universitatis Oxoniensis" 1674, have been
reproduced, while many illustrations from Ingram's "Memorials of Oxford" also
appear, with the kindly assent of the publishers, Messrs. Parker & Co., and all those
charming College coats of arms, so artistically designed for the Alumni by Mr. J. H.
Metcalfe, have been utilized. Further, in the place of tailpieces, illustrations have
been substituted of some of those architectural features, etc., which abound in the
older Oxford Colleges. These are taken principally from Mackenzie's " Gothic
Architecture" Pugin's "Gothic Ornaments" Shaw's " Specimens of Ancient Furniture"
Carter's "Specimens of Ancient Sculpture" etc. I should add that to the spirited
exertions of my printers, S. Austin and Sons, of Hertford, the public are indebted
for the excellent printing of this interesting volume.

I would venture in conclusion to point out that my whole scheme is original in
conception, and, by combining " ancient and modern," endeavours to represent " the
men " and " their colleges " as they actually are. The fact that, in the compilation of
this volume, I have been privileged to enjoy not merely the sympathy but the active
assistance of University Officials of all ranks will speak, I trust, for itself, impressing



PREFACE.



Vll



as it does, upon my scheme the stamp of their approval. I feel, therefore, em-
boldened to hope that it will appeal to all Oxford men, to their relatives and their
friends, indeed to all who are proud — and what Englishman is not ? — of our great
University, so that having illustrated these pages in a manner worthy of their subject,
and having rendered my book in any case a standard work, a charming memory of
Alma Mater for all her Ahunni, I may at least not be the loser, as was my
disastrous experience in the case of my colossal Oxford work. On that undertaking
many years of unremitting and unremunerative toil, to me now physically impossible,
were willingly bestowed and the serious and never-to-be-recouped editorial expenses
cheerfully borne, only to find it apathetically received by all but the few genealogical
enthusiasts while the fact that I had done the University this admitted service as
a volunteer and at my own cost, remains imperfectly recognized. Should my
still hopeful anticipations be realised and my latest efforts be favourably received,
a companion volume on the sister University, for which considerable collections
have already been made, may be looked for by Cambridge men in the coming year.



21, Boundary Road, London, N.W.



JOSEPH FOSTER.




INTERIOR OF THE OLD CONGREGATION-HOUSE, THE CHANCEL OF THE OLD CHURCH OF

ST. MARY the VIRGIN. — From Ingram.



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CONTENTS.



I-XII AND I-664.



Introductory Matter.

Preface, v.-vii.
Contents, viii.-ix.
List of Illustrations, x.-xii.
University Officers, 1-4.

University Professors, Readers, Teachers, and Lec-
turers, 7-12.
1— University College, 15-42.

Historical Notice by Fred C. Conybeare, M. A. , 17-22.
Masters since 1332 : 23-28.
Fellows, Honorary, Ex- and Ex-Stowell, 29-34.
Other Resident Members of Congregation, 35"3°-
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :
37-4°-

2 -Balliol, 43-78.

Historical Notice by Reginald L. Poole, M. A., 45-54.
Principals or Wardens since 1282 : 55.
Masters since 1343 : 55-62.
Fellows, Honorary and Ex-Fellows, 63-68.
Chaplains, 69.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 69-70.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :
71-76.

3 -Merton, 79-106.

Historical Notice by the Warden, 81-84.
Wardens since 1272 : 85-92.
Fellows, Honorary and Ex-Fellows, 9399-
Other Resident Members of Congregation, 100.
Postmasters, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-
92 : 103-106.

4.-Exeter, 107-134.

Historical Notice by the Rev. G. C. Boase, M.A.,

109-118.
Rectors since 1566: 119-122.
Fellows, Honorary and Ex-Fellows, 123-128.
Other Resident Members of Congregation, 129-130.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :

i3i" I 34-

5 -Oriel, 135-158.

Historical Notice by Charles L. Shadwell, M.A.,

B.C.L., 137-140-
Provosts since 1326 : 141-146.

Fellows, Honorary Fellows and Ex-Fellows, 149-154.
Other Resident Members of Congregation, 153-154.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :

155-158.

6.— Queen's, 159-190.

Historical Notes by the Provost, 161-164.
Provosts since 1340 : 165-172.
Fellows and Honorary Fellows, 173-176.
Ex-Fellows, 177-182.



Other Resident Members of Congregation, 183-184.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :
187-190.

7— New College, 191-226.

Historical Notice by Rev. H. Rashdall, M.A.,

193-198.
Wardens since 1375 : 199-204.
Fellows, 205-208.
Ex-Fellows, 209-218

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 219-220.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners 1880-92:

221-226.

8.-Lincoln, 227-250.

Historical Notice by Rev. Andrew Clark, M.A.,
229-234.

Rectors since 1429 : 235-240.

Fellows and Ex-Fellows, 241-245.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 245-246.

Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :
247-8.
9.-A11 Souls', 251-286.

Historical Notice by C. W. C. Oman, M.A.,
253-264

Wardens since 1437 : 265-270.

Fellows and Honorary Fellows, 271-276.

Ex- Fellows, 277-284.

Bible Clerks, 284.

10,— Magdalen, 287-334.

Historical Notice by Rev. H. A. Wilson, M.A.,

289-296.
Presidents since 1448 : 299-308.
Fellows and Honorary Fellows, 311-320.
Ex-Fellows, 321-326.
Professors, 327.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 327-328.
Demies, Exhibitioners, Academical Clerks, and

Commoners, 1880-92 : 331-334.

11 .— Brasenose, 335-362.

Historical Notice by the Principal, 337-344-

Principals since 1435 : 345"348.

Fellows, 349-35°-

Honorary Fellows and Ex-Fellows, 351-357.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 357-358-

Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :

359-362-
12— Corpus Christi, 363-390.

Historical Notice by the President, 365-372.

Presidents since 1517" 373378.

Fellows ancf'Honorary Fellows, 379-380.

Ex-Fellows, 381-384.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 387.

Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :

389-390.



CONTENTS.



13— Christ Church, 391-434.

Historical Notes by Rev. T. Vere Bayne, M.A. ,

39!-396.

Deans since 1524 : 397-404.

Canons and Ex-Canons, 405-406.

Students, 407-410.

Honorary Students, 411-412.

Ex-Students, 413-424.

Chaplains, 425.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 425-426.

Junior Students, Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Com-
moners, 1880-92 : 427-434.

14.-Trinity, 435-462.

Historical Notice by Rev. H. E. D. Blakiston, M.A. ,

437-444-
Presidents since 1556 : 445-448.
Fellows, Hon. Fellows, and Ex-Fellows, 449-454.
Other Resident Members of Congregation, 455-456.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :

457-460.

15— St. John's, 463-498.

Historical Notice by Rev. W. H. Hutton, M.A.,

465-470.
Presidents since 1555 : 471-474.
Fellows, Fereday Fellows, and Hon. Fellows, 477-478.
Ex-Fellows, 479-488.
Ex-Fereday Fellows, 489-490.
Other Resident Members of Congregation, etc.,

491-492.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :

495-498.

16— Jesus College, 499-516.

Historical Notice by Rev. Llewellyn Thomas, M.A. ,

Vice-Principal, 501-4.
Principals since 1571 : 505-508.
Fellows and Hon. Fellows, 509-510.
Ex-Fellows, 511-514.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 514.
Scholars and Commoners, 1880-92 ; 515-516.

17— Wadham, 516-538.

Historical Notice by J. Wells, M.A. , 521-524.
Wardens since 1613 : 525-528.
Fellows and Hon. Fellows, 529-530.
Ex-Fellows, 531-532.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 533-534.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :
535-538.



18 —Pembroke, 539-558.

Historical Notice by Rev. D. Macleane, M.A. ,

541-546.
Principals of Broadgates Hall, 1436-1624 : 547-550.
Masters of Pembroke Coll. since 1624 : 549-552.
Fellows, Hon. Fellows, and Ex-Fellows, 553-555.
Other Resident Members of Congregation, 556.
Scholars and Commoners, 1880-92 : 557-558.

19 —Worcester, 563-582.

Historical Notice by Rev. C. H. O. Daniel, M.A.,

. 565-568.
Principals of Gloucester Hall, 1560-1736 : 569-570.
Provosts of Worcester since 1736 : 570-572.
Fellows and Honorary Fellows, 573-574.
Ex-Fellows, 575-576.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 577-578.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :
579-582.

20— Hertford, 583-608.

Historical Notice by Rev. H. Rashdall, M.A. ,

. 585-588.
Principals of Hart Hall, 1360-1740 : 589-593.
Principals of Hertford Coll., 1740-1805, and since

1874: 593-594-
Fellows, 597-598.
Hon. Fellows, 599-600.
Ex-Fellows, 601-602.

Other Resident Members of Congregation, 602-604
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92

605-608.

21— St. Mary Hall, 609-614.
22— St. Edmund Hall, 615-622.

Historical Notice by Rev. R. G. Plumptre, M.A. ,

Vice-Principal, 617-620.
Commoners, 1880-92 : 621-622.
23— Keble, 623-634.

Historical Notice by Rev. Walter Lock, M.A. ,

623-626.
Warden, Tutors, etc., 627-628.
Scholars, Exhibitioners, and Commoners, 1880-92 :

629-634.

24.— Non-Collegiate Delegacy.

Censor, Tutors, etc. , 635-638.
Students, 1889-92 : 639-640.

Turrell's, G-rindle's, and Marcon's Halls,

640.
Index, 641 to 664.



Oxford Men 1880-92, see companion volume.




FONT FORMERLY IN ST. PETER'S IN THE EAST. — From Skelton.



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.



University Seal from Wood, 1674.

Portrait of the Chancellor, facing Title.

Title page. — Pinnacles and Battlements of Merton

Chapel Tower, from Mackenzie and Pugin.
Font formerly in St. Peter's in the East, from

Skeltoti, page ix.
Headpiece with University Arms, from Wood (1674),

1-2.
The Schools, view by Loggan, 1675, reduced fac-
simile, 5-6.
Headpiece with Arms of the See (1893), from Wood

(1674), 7 -8.
Bodley's Library, view by Loggan, 1675, reduced

facsimile, follows 7-8.
University Seal from Ingram's Memorials, 11-12.
Sheldonian Theatre, view by Loggan, 1675, reduced

facsimile, 13-14.

1.— University College.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 15-16.
Headpiece with Arms and Initial, from Wood

(1674), 17-18.
[Oxford Crown-piece, 1644, from Ingram, 21-2.]
Hall and Chapel, exterior, from Ingram, 23-4.
Gateway of Smaller Quadrangle, from Ingram,

27-8.
Portrait of the Master, facing 27-8.
Hall, Interior, by Pugin, from Ackerman, facing

31-2.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 35-6.
[Rewley Abbey, Seal, from Skelton, 39-40.]
[St. Mary's, North Front, from Skelton, 41-2.]

2— Balliol.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 43-4.
Headpiece (with Founder in Armour) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 45-6.
Doorway in Quadrangle, from Mackenzie and

Pugin, 49-50.
[Bell-tower, St. Alban's Hall, from Ingram, 51-2.]
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 53-4.
Part of Quadrangle, from Skelton, 57-8.
Original Seal, from Ingram, 59.
Portrait of the Master, facing 61-2.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 62.
Oriel Window, from Mackenzie and Pugin, 65-6.
[Coventry Hall (demolished), from Skelton, 77-8.]

3.— Merton.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 79-80.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 81-2.
Statue and Niche in Chapel, from Mackenzie and

Pugin, 83.
The Library, exterior, from Ingram, facing 85-6.
East End of Chapel, exterior, from Skelton, 89-90.
Ornaments from String Courses in Chapel, from

Pugin, 91-2.



Portrait of the Warden, facing 91-2.

Old Library, interior, from photo by Hills and

Saunders.
East End of Chapel, interior, from Skelton, facing

95-6.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 99-100.
Dormer Window, from Mackenzie and Pugin, 101-2.
Ancient Brasses, from Ingram, 105-6.

4.— Exeter.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 107-8.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 109-10.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 117.
[Drake's Chair in Ashinolean, from Lascelles, 118.]
The New Chapel, by Gilbert Scott, from Oxford

Almanac, facing 119-120.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 122.
Portrait of the Rector, facing 121-2.
Hall, by A. Pugin, from Ackerman.
[Scholse Pvblicae, by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne,

127-8.]
[Bulkeley Hall (now demolished), from Skelton,

134- ]

5— Oriel.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 135-6.
Headpiece (Edward II.) and Initial, from Wood

(1674), 137-8.
Arms from Alumni Oxonienses, 140.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 141-2.
Portrait of the Provost, facing 145-6.
[ScholaTheologica.by Bereblock, 1566, horn Hearne,

I45-6-]
Ancient Cup and Stand, 1470, from Shaw, 147-8.
Portrait of the Bishop of Oxford, facing 151-2.
Chapel and Hall, from Skelton, after /. M. W.

Turner.
[Greek Hall, now demolished, from Skelton, 157-8.]

6.— Queen's.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 159-60.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 161-2.
The Founder's Drinking Horn, from Shaw, 163-4.
Old Seal, 1340, and New Seal, 1584, from Ingram,

165-6.
Exterior of the Library, from Ingram, 167-8.
Interior of the Library, from Ingram, 169-70.
The Chapel, interior, from Malton, facing 167-8.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 171-2.
Portrait of the Provost, facing 171-2.
The First Quadrangle, from Ingram, 173-4.
The Bed-chamber of the Black Prince, from Skelton,

175-6.
Interior of the Porch, from Skelton, 177-8.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 183-4.
The Hall, from a drawing, facing 183-4.
The Library, from a drawing, facing 185-6.



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.



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Interior of the Quadrangle, from an engraving by

Skelton, after Green, 185-6.
The Boar's Head, 189-90.

7.— New College.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 191-2.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 193-4.
Reredoo, from photo by Hills and Saunders, facing

197-8.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 203-4.
Portrait of the Warden, facing 203-4.
New Coll., and its Hundred Clerks, circa, 1463,

from Chandler s Ms.
Entrance Gateway, from Ingram, 207-8.
Chapel, exterior, from Ingram, 209-10.
View from the Gardens, from Ingram facing

211-12.
Ancient Salt Cellar, 1493, from Shaw, facing 215-16.
Chapel, interior, by F. Mackenzie, from Ackerman ,

facing 217-18.
Wooden Ornaments from Chapel and Coll. , 197-8,

217-20, 225-6, 263-4, 285-6, 581-2, and 607-8.
The Cloisters, by F. Mackenzie, from Ingram, facing

221-2.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 225-6.

8.— Lincoln.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 227-8.
Headpiece (with Founders' Portraits) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 229-30.
Chapel, interior, by F. Mackenzie, from Ackerman,

facing 231-2.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 233-4.
Chapel, exterior, from Ingram, 235-6.
[Pendants in the Divinity School, from Mackenzie

and Pugin, 239-40.]
Portrait of the Rector, facing 239-40.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 242.
Oriel Window, from Mackenzie and Pugin, 243-4.
View, from Chalmers, 245-6.
[Virgin's Chapel, or Lady Chapel, from Skelton,

249-50.]

9 —All Souls'.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 251-2.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 253-4.
Stall Finials in Chapel, from Pugin, 255 and 257-8.
View from Radcliffe Library, by A. Pugin, from

Ackerman facing 255-6.
Tripod and Salt Cellar, from Lascelles, 259-60.
Niche over the Entrance, from Mackenzie and

Pugin, 262.
West Front, from Ingram, 265-6.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 269-70.
Cloisters, etc. , from Ingram, 273-4.
Arms, from Almnni Oxonienses, 275-6.
Chapel, interior, by F. Mackenzie, from Ackerman,

facing 275-6.
Chapel, etc. , from Ingram, 277-8.
Stone String Courses, from Pugin, 283-4.
Interior of Library, by A. Pugin, from Ackerman,

facing 285-6.

10.— Magdalen.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 287-8.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait), and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 289-90.
Niche over the Old Gateway, from Mackenzie and

Pugin, 291.
View from the Walk, by F. Mackenzie, from

Ingram, facing 291-2.
Statues on the outside of the Cloisters, from Carter's

Ancient Sculpture, 293-4, 3 OI_2 > 309-10, and

317-18.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 295-6.



Battlements over the West Entrance, by Mackenzie

and Pugin, 297-8.
West Front, by F. Mackenzie, from Ingram, facing

301-2.
Chapel, interior, by A. Pugin, from Ackerman,

facing 303-4.
Grotesque Ornaments, from Mackenzie and Pugin,

305-6, 313-14.
Entrance Gateway, from Ingram, 307-8.
Portrait of President, facing 307-8.
Ancient Pulpit, from Lascelles, 311.
[Little Lion Hall, now demolished, from Skelton,

319-20.]
Original Entrance to Cloisters, from Skelton, facing

321-2.
The Hall, interior, from a photo by Hills and

Saunders, facing 323-4.
[Ancient Crypt, Oxford Castle, from Ingram, 325-6.
Ancient Well, Oxford Castle, from Ingratn, 327-8.]
Window of the Cloister, from Mackenzie and Pugin,

329-30.
First Quadrangle, from Skelton, facing 333-4.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 334.

11.— Brasenose.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 335-6.
Headpiece (with Founders' Portraits) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 337-8.
The Stamford Brasenose, 339-40.
New Quad, from photograph by Hills and Saunders,

facing 339-40.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 343-4.
View from first Quadrangle, from Skelton, after

/. M. W. Turner, facing 349-50.
Arms, from Alumni Oxonienses, 350.
The Chapel, interior, from Ingram, 353-4.
[Ashmole's Chair, from Shaw, 357-8. ]
[Domus Conversorum, from Skelton, 361-2.]

12.— Corpus Christi.

View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, 363-4.
Headpiece (with Founder's Portrait) and Initial,

from Wood (1674), 365-6.
Ancient Chalice, 1517, from Shaw, 369-370.
The Founder's Crosier, 1517, from Lascelles, 371.
The Fellows' Buildings, from Skelton, facing 371-2.
Statue of the Founder, from Ingram, 373-4.
Quadrangle from photograph by Hills and Saunders

facing 375-6.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 377-8.
The Library with view of Christ Church, from

Skelton, after /. M. W. Turner, 381-2.
Arms from Alumni Oxonienses, 384.
Quadrangle from Oxford Almanac, 1725, 383-4.
Salt cellar 1517, from Skelton, 388.

13.— Christ Church.

Headpiece (Hen. VIII.) and Initial, from Wood

(1674), 391-2.
View by Loggan, 1675, reduced facsimile, follows

391-2.
Statue of Cardinal Wolsey, from Mackenzie and

Pugin, 394.
Seal of Canterbury College, from Skelton, 395-6.
View from the Meadows, from Skelton, after J. M. W.

Turner, facing 399-400.
View by Bereblock, 1566, from Hearne, 403-4.
Portrait of the Dean \

The Cathedral, from a photo by Hills \ facing 403-4.

and Saunders. )

South West view of Cathedral, from Skelton, facing

407-8.
Hall, and Wolsey Tower, from an etching by R.

Kent Thomas, Oxford Almanac, facing 409-410.
[Henry VIII's. Sword, from Lascelles, 409-10. ]
Spandril over Arched entrance to great Staircase,

from Macke?izie and Pugin, 411-12.



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Hall Interior, from Skelton, after /. M. W. Turner,

facing 413-14.
The "Fayre Gate," or Tom Gate, from Ingram,



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