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THE 



ADMISSION REGISTERS OF- 

ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL , 

from 1748 to 1876. ' 

EDITED, WITH BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES 



NOTES ON THE EARLIER MASTERS AND SCHOLARS OF THE SCHOOL, 
FROM THE TIME OF ITS FOUNDATION, 

By rev. ROBERT BARLOW GARDINER, M.A., 

Fourth blaster, 

FORMERLY EXUIBITIONER OF ST. PAUL's SCHOOL, AND SCHOLAR OF WADHAM 
COLLEGE, OXFORD. 

WITH APPENDICES. 




GEORGE BELL AND SONS, 

YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN. 
1884. 



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^0 the Memotu of 

JOHN COLET 

A FOUNDER 

AS FAR-SIGHTED AS HE WAS GENEROUS, 

A PRIEST 

AS LIBERAL AS HE WAS DEVOUT, 

A MAN 
AS LOVEABLE AS HE WAS LOVING, 

BY ONE WHO OWES ALL TO HIS MUNIFICENCE. 



" A most far-sighted man, Colet saw that a nation's chief hope lay in 
having the rising generation trained in good principles." 

Erasmus' Letter to Justus Jonas (Lupton's 
Translation, page 28). 

" Even so with regard to a man's last will and testament, which lawyers 
call a just decision about what we should wish to have done after our 
death. In this case also we may say that it is not broken or infringed 
from having a better development given it after the testator's death by 
some godly man ; and from more good being done by a better will than 
the dying man could have wished for. To act thus is not to infringe but 
to perfect a will : it is not to do away with it but to establish it. 
We believe that the testator also wished for what was best and most 
acceptable to God : and that when he died he was minded to have 
that last will of his made perfect in a better will if any such there 
should be." 

Colet's Ex2?osition of St. PauVs Epistle to 
the Romans, Ch. iii. 

" From numbers of the tenets most generally received in the public 
schools {i.e. at the Universities) at the present day he widely dissented, 
and would at times discuss them among his private friends. When with 
others, he would keep his opinions to himself, for fear of coming to harm 
in two ways, that is to say, only making matters worse by his efforts, and 
sacrificing his own reputation." 

Erasmus' Letter to Justus Jonas (Lupton's 
Translation, page 38). 

" Wherefore I pray you al lytel babys and lytel children lerne gladly 
this lytel treatise and commende it dylygently unto your memoryes. 
Trustynge of this begynnynge ye shall procede and grow to parfyt 
lyterature and come at the last to be grete clarkes. And lyfte up your 
lytel whyte handes for me whiche prayeth for you to God." 

Colet's " Lytell prohem6 " to his Accidence. 



PREFACE. 



Brother Paulines, 

I commend to your charity this my effort 
to perpetuate the records of our School, 

In the year 1878 the present High Master suggested 
to me that it was desirable that the records of St. Paul's 
School should be published. After some consideration 
and with much diffidence I undertook to collect some 
materials for such a work, trusting that if our School 
could not again produce a Leland, a Camden, or a Strype, 
there might yet be found a Gale, a Knight, or a Fosbrooke 
to whose antiquarian zeal and learned leisure I might 
commit my collections. 

It was thought however that the approaching crisis 
in our School's history would justify the publication of 
its records, and so 1 venture to intrust to your kindness 
the results of my work, undertaken in the leisure of a 
Schoolmaster. I am sensible that another ten years' labour 
would still have left the work imperfect, but I hope 
that the interest of the present juncture will excuse its 
production. 

Originally it was only intended to publish the 
Captains' Registers (1806 — 1876) preserved in the School 
Library : to these after some consideration I resolved to 
prefix the Register of Names, dating from 1751, collected 
by Dr. Kynaston from the Presentations ; together with 



PREFACE. 



the names of sucli earlier Paulines as were found in 
Kniglit's Life of Colet and other works. 

The work was almost completed in this form when, 
by the kindness of the Mercers' Company, I obtained 
access to the Eecords of Admissions preserved in com- 
pleteness at their Hall from 1748. This obliged me to 
rewrite the work from 1748 to 1806, and shortly after- 
wards I received information from other books in their 
possession, from which I collected the greater part of 
the facts which fill the first eighty pages of this book : my 
previous notes therefore on early Paulines had to be 
fitted in to this new matter. Let this rewriting be 
pleaded as an excuse for any inconsistencies which may 
be discovered between the earlier and later portions of 
the work. 

In compiling the notes I have asked for help far 
and wide, and I beg to tender my thanks to all who 
have kindly furnished me with information. Above all, 
my thanks are due to the Court of the Mercers' Company, 
not only for their permission to use their Eecords, but 
also for the generosity which enabled me to send the 
book to the press, and which embellished it with its 
frontispiece. 

My thanks are also due to the present High Master 
for the interest which he has taken in the work, and the 
encouragement which he has given me to persevere in 
it ; to the Eev. J. H. Lupton, Surmaster, not only for 
contributing one of the Appendices from his store of 
Coletine learning, but also for his kindness in reading 
proofs and suggesting sources of information ; to John 
Watnev, Esq., Clerk to the Mercers' Company, for 
assisting me in one of the Appendices, and for his 
unfailing readiness to help me in all matters of detail ; 
to tlie authorities of the British Museum, to whose care 



PREFACE. 



I was committed by J. Winter Jones, Esq. (O.P.), late 
principal Librarian, especially Edward Scott, Esq., Dorset 
EccLES, Esq. (O.P.), and Freeman Donoghue, Esq. ; to 
the Bursars and Librarians of the Colleges at Oxford and 
Cambridge, who have been most kind in furnishing in- 
formation, especially W. Aldis Wright, Esq., Bursar of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, to whose labours I owe the 
list of Perry Exhibitioners ; to Sir Albert Woods, Garter 
King-at-Arms ; to J. E. Gardner, Esq., and Eev. C. J. 
Eobinson, the Editor of the Merchant Taylors' Eegisters. 
To these I must add the names of R. Harris, Esq., 
whose drawing of the exterior of the School is here re- 
produced ; Samuel A. Walker, Esq. (O.P.), who presented 
his photographs to the work ; and John B. Chubb, Esq., 
who assisted me in the plans upon which the Appendix 
on the Site and Buildings is based ; the printing and 
publication of the work have also been kindly under- 
taken by Old Paulines. 

To conclude, while I regret the scantiness of our 
early records, I hope that I have collected sufficient to 
show how Colet's scholars have endeavoured to fulfil their 
daily prayer " ut bene pieque eruditi Ecclesise et Kei- 
publicae tandem utiles evadamus," and venture to express 
my belief that the -generation o/ Paulines among whom 
this work is published will find in it a reason for 
strenuous efi'ort to maintain the glory of their School, 
and while cheerfully accepting in the true spirit of their 
Founder such changes as are demanded in a course of 
nearly four centuries, will take care that, there shall be 
no break in its career of producing "men qualified to 
serve God in Church and State." 

ROBERT B. GARDINER. 

St. Paul's School, 
Jpril, 1884. 



PLAN OF THE WORK. 



After the Introduction and tlie Fasti, the work is divided into 
Sections, according to the reign of each High Master. 

The name of the High Master is followed by that of his Surmasters 
and other Assistants : then come the names of his reputed scholars. 
These are arranged as far as possible in chronological order, their 
position being determined more or less conjecturally from the date of 
birth or of admission to the University, Thus up to the year 1748 
each High Master is credited with the boys who left the School under 
his Mastership, but from the commencement of the Registers he is 
credited with the boys whom he admitted. 

Several times it has been necessary to insert lists of the names of 
those who are known to have been at the School before a certain 
period, but as to whose exact date it has been impossible to obtain a 
clue. The names also of pupils who are known to have been at the 
School under a certain High Master, but whose relative date is 
uncertain, will be found at the end of his reign. 



Note that curious instances of mis-spelling have been generally 
preserved, such as BayHall (Balliol), Woodham (Wadham), Polls 
(Paul's), but ordinary errors have been corrected without notice. 



I desire to call particular attention to the use which I have made 
of two MSS. at the British Museum. (1) Additional 5885. A tran- 
script of the list of all the Bachelors of Arts graduated at Cambridge 
from A.D. 1500 to A.D. 1716, in the collection of Mr. Cole. (2) Ad- 
ditional 19209 and 19210. Graduati Cantabrigienses, 1659—1823, 
with MS. additions, by D. E. Davy. 



The School Arms are blazoned — sable, on a chevron between 

three hinds trippant argent as many annulets of the first, for 

Cold — whence the School colours, sable and argent or black 
and white. 



THE ILLUSTRATIONS. 



A Facsimile of the Cover of the Statutes of the School, 
preserved at Mercers' Hall Frontispiece. 

Presented to this work by the Court of the Mercers' Company. 

This cover was painted in 1585 by an artist named Segar (see 
Fasti). It reproduces to a certain extent the monument of 
the Founder in St. Paul's Cathedral : but the artist has 
inserted a portrait of the Dean instead of the Bust ; a true 
representation of the monument may be seen in Dugdale's 
St. Paul's (1656), and Knight's Life of Colct ; but this 
picture retains one peculiarity of the Bust which disappears 
in the engraving, namely, the finger holding the pen: of 
this fact we are assured in spite of the engravings from the 
following entries in the Accounts 1588—89, " for mending 
the pen and new-making the finger and hand of Mr. Colet's 
tomb, twice, iiis. vijd.," and again 1632-33, "to Edmund 
Kinsman for making a new finger of stone for the Statue of 
Dr. Colet in St. Paul's Cathedral, xs." On this tomb the 
Mercers' Company spent a large sum for marbles, &c., in 
1575—76, and they again rej)aired it in 1617—18 at the 
cost of XX lib. viijs. iid.^ 

A Facsimile of the Portrait of Colet attributed to Holbein, 
from the Queen's Library at Windsor To face 'page 1. 

N.B. — Colet died in 1519, and Holbein first visited England in 1525. 

1 This Monument perished in the Fiie, the publication of this Facsimile will 

and Colet has now no monument in the stimulate Paulines to fresh efforts to place 

Cathedral. A Fund which was originated in the Cathedral a monument worthy of 

by the late Dr. Kynaston with a view to our Founder. The Trustees of the Fund are 

piaiing a memorial of the Founder in St. Baron Pollock and J. A. Kingdon, I'^sq. ; 

Paul's Cathedral now amounts to £200 ; the Hon. Sees, the Rev. F. "Wallis, of 

but double this sum is ref^uired before Caius College, Cambridge, and the Editor. 
auj-thiug cau be douc. It is hoped that 



THE ILLUSTRATIONS. 



A View of the Exteriok of the Present School. 

To face page 251. 
Drawn for this work by R. Harris, Esq., Art Master of 
St, Paul's School, and photographed by Samuel A. Walker, 
Esq. (O.P.).i 

A View of the Interior of the Present School. 

To face page 299. 
Photographed by Samuel A. Walker, Esq. (O.P.), and presented 
to this work. 

A Facsimile of Three Autographs of the Founder. 

To face page 371. 
From the MS. of the Statutes preserved at the British Museum, 
(i.) " Joannes Colet fundator schole manu sua propria." 
(ii.) Statuta Paulinae Scholse. 

" hunc Libellu ego Joannes Colet tradidi in manubus 
Magistrj Lilij xviij° die Junij a° x' MCCCCC 
xviij ut eum in scola servet et observet." 
(iii.) " Joannes Colett fundator Nove Scole 
manu mea propria." 

A Facsimile of the First Page of the Statutes, preserved at 
Mercers' Hall with the autograph of the Founder. 

To face page 375. 
" Joannes Colet fundator scole manu sua ppria." 
(For the rest see Appendix B — IL). 

Four Plans To foUoio page 459. 

(1) Supposed site of St. Paul's School, 1514. 

Drawn from measurements by J. B. Chubb, Esq. 

(2) Site of St. Paul's School, 1782. 

From a plan in the Grace Collection, British Museum. 

(3) Ground plan of the Second (1670) School. 

Drawn in 1817. 

(4) Ground plan of the Third (1824) School. 

Drawn in 1873. 
(3) and (4) are from plans furnished from the Surveyor's 
Office of the Mercers' Company. 

' lleprodnctions of the oiigiual drawing by photolithography cau be obtained at the 
School (10 inches by 15). 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Introduction , 



Fasti of the School 



High Mastership of — 

William Lily 

John Eitwyse .... 
Richard Jones .... 
Thomas Freeman . . . 

John Cook 

William Malym . . . 
John Harrison .... 
Richard Mulcaster . . 
Alexander Gill .... 
Alexander Gill (Junior) 
John Langley .... 



PAOE 

17 
20 
21 
22 
23 
25 
27 
29 
32 
38 
41 



High Mastership of — 

Samuel Cromleholine 
Thomas Gale . . . 
John Postlethwayte 
Philip Ayscongh . 
Benjamin Morland 
Timothy Crumpe . 
George Charles . . 
George Thicknesse 
Richard Roberts . 
John Sleath . . . 
Herbert Kynastou 



1 

7 

49 
55 
65 
71 

78 
80 
81 

84 
143 
250 

298 



APPENDICES. 



APPENDIX A. 

I. Colet's Conveyance of Estates in Bucks 371 

IL Colet's Testament bestowing realty upon the Mercers' Company . . 372 

• APPENDIX B. 

I. Colefs Statutes 375 

II. Amending Ordinances of 1602 388 

APPENDIX C. 

Surveyor-Accountants of St Paul's School 392 

APPENDIX D. 
Captains of St. Paul's School 397 

APPENDIX E. 

I. The Foundation of the School (Pauline) Exhibitions, with List of 

Exhibitioners 398 

II. Extract from liord Campden's Will fur the Foundation of Exhibitions, 

with List of the Campden Exhibitioners 40G 



xiv TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

III. Foundation of Sir Robert Wood's Scholarship 411 

IV. Extract from the Will of Rev. William Perry, with List of Perry- 
Exhibitioners 411 

V. Extract from the Will of Dr. Humphrey Gower, with List of Gower 

Exhibitioners 415 

VI. Extract from the Will of Rev. George Sykes, with List of Sykes 

Exhibitioners 416 

VII. Extract from the Will of Mr. John Stock, with List of Stock 

Exhibitioners 418 

VIII. Foundation of the Barnes Scholarsliip, with names of Scholars. . . 420 

APPENDIX F. 

I. Foundation of the Governors' Prizes for Composition (Latin and Greek 
Verse, English Essay and Poem, French Prose), with List of 
Winners 421 

II. Foundation of the Sleath Prize (Latin Prose), with List of Winners . 427 

III. Foundation of the Thruston Prize (Latin Verse), with List of 

Winners 432 

IV. & ) Foundation of the Truro (English Essay) and Milton (English Verse) 
V. ^ Prizes, with Lists of Winners 433 

VI. Foundation of the Keen Scholarship, with List of Scholars .... 438 

VII. Foundation Deed of the Kynaston Prize, with Names of Winners . 439 

VIII. Foundation Deed of the Bedford Prize, with Names of Winners . . 440 

APPENDIX G. 
Apposers of St Paul's School 441 

APPENDIX H. 

The School Feast 447- 

APPENDIX I. 
The School Library 451 

APPENDIX K. 

The Buildings and Site 454 



Additions and Corrections 461 j j 

General Index 465 

Index of Names 467 



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ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



INTEODUCTION. 

About the close of the reign of Henry VII., John Colet, Dean of 
St. Paul's, son of Sir Henry Colet, citizen and mercer, twice Lord 
Mayor of London, commenced the work of educational reform in 
t England by establishing a school in London, which, although originally 
founded in honour of '' Christ Jesu in puo'icia, and of his blessyd 
Mother Mary," soon became known (probably from the situation of its 
buildings) as St. Paul's School. Colet, during his travels abroad, 
had perceived the importance of the Revival of Learning, and desired 
to equip the children of his own country to take their place by the 
side of the learned men of other nations. He declared in his Statutes 
(see Appendix B.) that he founded the School " for the children of all 
nacions and countres indifferently," and that his intent was " to 
increase knowledge and worshipping of God and our Lorde Crist 
Jesu, and good Cristen lyfe and manors," a purpose which he 
hoped to effect by encouraging the study of Greek (up to his time not 
taught in England), and of clean and chaste Latin, in contrast to the 
depraved Latin of the Schoolmen. " All the educational designs of 
the Reformers of Learning were carried out in the new institution. 
The old methods of instruction were superseded by fresh grammars 
composed by Erasmus and other scholars for its use. Lily, an Oxford 
student, who had studied Greek in the East, was placed at its head. 
Not only did the study of Greek creep gradually into the schools 
which existed, but the example of Colet was followed by a crowd 
of imitators. More grammar schools, it has been said, were founded 
in the latter years of Henry VIII. than in the three centviries before. 
The grammar schools of Edward VI. and of Elizabeth, in a word, the 
system of middle class education, which by the close of the century 
had changed the very face of England, were the direct results of Colet's 
foundation of St. Paul's."^ 

' Green's Sliort History of the English People. 



INTRODUCTION. 



I 



THE BUILDINGS. 

He placed his school on the site apparently of an older school 
at the east end of St. Paul's Cathedral. In those days the 
Cathedral, a magnificent structure in the Gothic style, stood within 
a walled and gated inclosure : the busy traffic which now circles round 
the Churchyard, passed through Old Change on the east, Carter Lane 
on the south, Pater Noster Row on the north, and Creed Lane and 
Ave Maria Lane on the west. We know but little of Colet's Building, 
which was finished in 1510, except that Strype, who was educated in 
the first and lived to see the second building, tells us, that after the Fire 
the School "was built up again much after the same manner and 
proportion it was before, together with the library and an house on 
the south end thereof for the Second Master, whose dwelling before 
and from the first founding of the School was in the Old Change 
adjoining to the said School." The original building consisted 
of four parts (as described by Erasmus), the first or porch for 
catechumens ; a great schoolroom divided by a curtain ; and a little 
chapel for divine service, together with chambers for the High 
Master and Surmaster. 

This building perished in the Fire of London (1666), and was 
shortly replaced by another, which stood within the memory 
of living Paulines. It consisted of a large schoolroom with a 
flat roof, and at the end was a room (described as small and dark) 
which served as a library. There was also a house at each end, 
that on the north for the High Master, that on the south for the 
Surmaster, while the Chaplain (or Usher) was provided with a 
house in Old Change. The rearrangement of thoroughfares, which 
brought the stream of traffic from east to west down Cheapside 
through the Churchyard to Ludgate Hill, materially interfered with 
the quiet and seclusion of the School. The building of 1670, in 
spite of various repairs, was found to be in a dnngerous condition 
in 1814 ; and on the occasion of the visit of the Allied Sovereigns to. 
the city, its roof was supported with shores which were not subse- 
quently removed till about 1823, when the Mercers' Company, 
having acquired some additional ground to the North, proceeded to 
pull down the old buildings and set up the present ones, con- 
sisting of a large schoolroom over a cloister with two houses at 
either end, whereby the Fourth Master, who had been added to 
the teaching staff some twentv yenrs befor^o, and had hitherto had 



INTRODUCTION. 



an allowance for a house, acquired an official residence. The 
whole School continued to be taught in one room till 1854, 
when Dr. Kynaston, the High Master, who had long ceased to 
take boarders, gave up to the School the boarding-rooms of his 
house, whereby the size of the Library was doubled, so that it 
could be used as the High Master's Class Room, and the Uj)per 
Class Room was brought into use for the Fifth and Sixth Classes, 
then taught by the Surmaster; subsequently also the Lower Class 
Room was occupied by the Third Master. 



THE GOVEENOKS, 

Colet wisely intrusted the management of his new foundation to 
the Mercers' Company, of which his father had been a member : and 
under their care his school survived the storm of the Reformation, 
wliich swept away so many endowments. For more than three 
centuries and a half, under their careful and judicious government, the 
School continued to fulfil the purpose of its founder, supplying men, 
as this work I hope will prove, qualified to serve God in Church 
and State. By tlie careful management of its property its income 
was raised to £10,000 a year. In accordance Avith the Founder's 
Statutes the Mercers appointed annually two Surveyors — the Surveyor 
Accountant (who of late years was usually the outgoing Master of 
the Company) and the Surveyor Assistant (the Master of the Company 
for the year) — to manage the affairs of the School. But on the 24th 
of March, 1876, a new scheme, made by the Endowed Schools 
Commissioners (1869), received her Majesty's sanction, whereby 
although the management of the estates remains Avith the Mercers 
the government of the School is transferred to a body of t\\enty- 
two Governors, of whom the Mercers appoint nine, together with 
their Master and three Wardens for the year, and the remaining 
nine are appointed equally by the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, 
and London, This arrangement seems to carry out Colet's wish 
expressed in the statutes that " the Wardens and assistences of the 
felowshipp of the Mercers may adde and diminish into his boke 
and supply in it every defaute with suych other counsel as they 
shall call unto theme, good litterid and lernyd menne" (.see 
Appendix B.). 



H 2 



INTRODUCTION. 



THE MASTEES. 

Colet provided that his scholars slioiild be taught by two masters, 
the High Master and the Surmaster : he also desired that they 
should employ the assistance of the Chaplain, if he were found 
qualified. This arrangement appears to have held good for 
nearly thi'ee hiindred years, the High Master teaching the Upper 
Classes while the Surmaster, assisted by the Chaplain (or Usher), 
took charge of the younger boys. In the time of Thicknesse 
and the early part of Roberts' High Mastership, about one half 
of the School was under the Chaplain in the First and Second 
Classes ; another quarter under the Surmaster in the Third and 
Fourth ; while the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Classes, under 
the High Master, were barely a quarter of the School. At length, 
however, under Dr. Roberts, a more even distribution was made, 
and he obtained the services of an Assistant or Fourth Master, 
who relieved him of the Fifth and Sixth Classes. This arrangement 
lasted till 1854, when, on the death of Mr. Roberts the Fourth 
Master, Mr. Carver, the then Surmaster, took over the Fifth and 
Sixth, the new Fourth Master, Mr. Hudson, taking the Third and 
Fourth : and when, on the resignation of Mr. Cooper, Mr. Hudson 
became Third Master (Chaplain or Usher), he retained charge of 
his Classes, the noAv Fourth Master taldng the First and Second 
Classes. 

THE STUDIES. 

Colet founded his School to give instruction in Latin and 
Greek ; and except that Writing and Arithmetic appear to have 
been taught to some selected boys during the eighteenth century, 
nothing beyond Latin, Greek, and Hebrew was taught in the School 
for over three hundred years. Soon after the appointment of 
Dr. Kynaston (1838) an Arithmetic and Mathematical Master was 
for the first time added to the Staff, and about 1853 French was 
introduced as a subject of study. Hebrew was taught in the School 
by Langley (1640-57) ; and Strype, writing after the Fire, speaks 
of the boys as then instructed in Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and 
sometimes other Oriental languages. Pepys heard the "head Forms 
posed in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew" in 1662; and in 1710 Hebrew 
was among the subjects offered at the Apposition by the Seventh 
and Eighth Classes. 



I 



INTRODUCTION. 



THE SCHOLAKS. 

Colet offered his scholars a higher education than any which 
existed in his day ; no child was to be admitted who could not 
read and write ; and none were to be retained in the School but 
such as were likely to make jDrogress. It seems, then, that Colet, while 
welcoming the poor scholar to his school, expected liis foundation 
to be used by the upper class of citizens. By the children of these 
the School was mainly occupied till men ceased to reside in the 
neighbourhood of the School. There have at times been non- 
foundationers admitted, and the reputation of some of the High 
Masters, notably Gale (1672-lG97j, attracted boarders other than 
the sons of citizens. In 1 748, when the Registers begin, the School 
appears to have been going down under the High Mastership of 
Dr. Charles (1737-1748), for Mr. Thicknesse (in whose first year 
of ofiice it rapidly filled again), reports that only thirty-eight 
boys were on the foundation a few months after his appointment. 
This may have been owing to some financial difficulties under 
which the Mercers' Company (and with them the School) appear 
to have been suffering at that time, which are described at 
large in the Report of the Commissioners of Endowed Charities 
(1820). The head boy in each class was called the Captain ; 
the head of the Eighth Class was the Captain of the School ; — 
this post was usually held for a year, and the subjoined list of 
Captains will be found a roll of not undistinguished names (see 
Appendix D.). From the earliest times (1564) boys who reached 
the top of the School were sent to the Universities by the liberality 
of the Governors, ancf after a time in addition to these (who are 
called Pauline Exhibitioners in the following pages) others were 
sent to Trinity College, Cambridge, by the liberality of Viscount 
Campden, whose benefaction, dating in 1629, now produces £1,000 
a year. These latter are called Campden Exhibitioners ; the suc- 
cessive phases in the management of this endowment will be found 
in Appendix E. 2, 

Other exhibitions were subsequently founded in Cambridge, at 
Trinity and Corpus Christi Colleges, which will also be found described 
in the A.ppendix (E. 4, 6, 7). The present century witnessed the 
institution of the prizes for Composition known as Governors' Prizes, 
to which several endowments have been added in the last thirty 
years. 



INTRODUCTION. 



THE EECOEDS. 

It only remains to explain the authorities from whence this 
book is drawn. The early part is simply a comjiilation from 
various sources, such as the Accounts of the School and the Acts 
of Court preserved among the archives of the Mercers' Company, 
and the lists of exhibitioners (Campden, Perry, Sykes, &c.), to which 
has been added information collected from works in which St. Paul's 
School is alluded to or described. The lists from 1748 to 1806 
are printed from the Registers of the Admissions of Scholars, which 
are preserved at Mercers' Hall and have been kiudly placed at my 
disposal by the Court, From 1806 to 1876 a record of admissions 
was kept by the Captain in the School Library : and from this my 
lists are printed ; the Christian names of the parents which the 
Captain did not record, being added from the Mercers' Hall Registers. 
There does exist in the School Library a very imperfect record 
of admissions from 1751 to 1806, but it was made by the late 
Dr. Kynaston from the volumes of presentations which exist in 
the library, and is of no independent authority. 

It is much to be regretted that the registers mentioned in the 
Fasti under dates 152-i and 1712 have not been discovered. 



FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



1508. The School was begun according to Alexander Nevyl : 

and Polydore Vergil mentions its foundation at 
the end of his account of the reign of Henry 
VII. 

1509. The School was begun according to Grafton and 

George Lily. 

1510. The School was begun according to Holinshed and 

Cooper. 
„ April 9 — " Master Doctor Colet of Poules for the 

Schole " (M.). 1 
„ Aug. 1 — Colet dedicates to William Lily his work 
entitled Lihcllus de construdione octo jpartium 
oraiionis. 
Aug. 13 — " For the Schole of Poules" (m.). 
„ Aug. 17 — " For the Schole House at Poules" (m.). 
Sept. 23 — " For the Schole at Poules " (M.). 
In this year the School building was finished. 

1511. June 6 — Letters Patent granted to Colet for the 

foundation of the School. 
„ July 11 — Colet's conveyance of Estates to the 

Mercers' Company. (Appendix A. 1.) 
„ July 21 — "The Wardens to have the order of the 

Scole." 
„ Nov. 4 — Colet's Testament (in Latin) for the 

foundation of the School. 



1512. Sffltlllam Uilg, i^iaf) JUastcr. 

„ March 30 — "The Master and Wardens to conchide with 

Mr. Deane of Poules " (m.). 
„ July 17 — Colet's Statutes, "The Poke of Ordinance of the 

Scole of Powles was exhibited by Mr. Deane" (m._). 

* (m.) signifies an extract from the mar- or Minutes of the Proceedings of the Court 
giual Notes or Index to the Acts of Court of Assistants of the Mercers' Company. 



FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



1512. Sept. 6 — Indenture for a grant of land at the east end of tlie 
chapel of St. Dunstan of the Church of St. Paul, made 
between the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's and the 
Mercers' Company. 

1514. June 10— Colet's Will, bestowing realty upon the Mercers' 
Company for the maintenance of the School. (Appendix 

A. 2.) 

1518. Colet delivers his Statutes to William Lily. (Appendix B. 1.) 
„ Aug. 22 — Colet's two Wills for his remaining realty and 

personalty. 

1519. Sept. 16— Death of the Founder (so Knight, but Fuller says, 

Sept. 4). 

1522, June. — Oration to tlie Emperor Charles V. on his visiting 

the City. 
Dec. 10— 3Jo]bn Miltogsf, |^tg]& iWaSto:, vice Lily, deceased. 

1523, The first Chaplain appointed (Sir John Thomson). 

1524, Two lovers (louvres) were ordered to be made in the roof of 

the School (m.). 
„ A book was purchased "to register the children's names 
in"(A.).i 
1527, Nov. — The boys of St. Paul's School acted a play at Greenwich 
when Ritwyse was paid 3.s. 2d. for the food of xxxviii, 
children and 45s. Qd. for " kosts." 

1532, l^irtartJ 51°'^^^) ?^iSt) JWastrr, vice Ritwyse, removed, 

1533. ]\Iay 31 — Anne Bole}^, on her passage through the City at 

her Coronation, was entertained by the boys of St. Paul's 
School with verses in praise of the King and her, 
wherewith she seemed highly delighted. 

1543. Sept. 27 — The School ordered to cease " until such time as the 

plage be ceased " (m.). 

1544. Procession of the children of Pawles Scheie with the Litany 

in English. (Harrison's Chronology). 

1546. Procession of "the Childerne of Powlles Scole " to St. Peter's 

upon Cornhill (Monumenta Franciscana). 

1547. Dec. 17 — Examination of Jones and Jacob, the Schoolmasters 

of Paul's (m.), 

1548. Aug. 5 — The School to surcease till Michaelmas because of 

the greate deathe (m.). 

1549. Oct. 8— tirtomas dFrrcmnn, |^ig]^ JWastfr, vice Jones, 

deceased, 

^ (a.) signifies an extract from tlie Ac- and the former half of the nest. Each 

counts of St. Paul's School, preserved at extract, therefore, has a double date, unless 

Mercers' Hall. The accounts run from the occurrence can be fixed more exactly 

Michaelmas to Michaelmas, so that each ac- from internal evidence, 
ciunt contains the latter half of one year 



FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



1554. Jan. 25 — Procession through the City, in which the children 
of St. Paul's School took part (Stow). 
March 8 — Procession repeated (Stow). 

The following entries in the Accounts indicate the 
effect of the accession of Queen Mary : — 
1553-4. " Two candlesticks for the chappell, 3s. 4f^." 

1554-5. " Paid for two altar clothes, two towelles, and corporous 
[sic) cloth and mass book, 41s. Id." 
„ " Vestment, rearedore and foredore and covering for the 

altar . . . ., 53s. 4d" 
„ " For waxe spent in the chapell of the Schole this year, 
3s. 4fd." 

1555-6. "For a narrow wighte clothe for an albe and \ 

linen, V 7s, 7d." 

„ " Two elles of Holland for an altar cloth, J 

„ " Waxe for the chapell, 8s." 

1556-7."For waxe, 6s." 

„ " The picture of Jesus set up agayne " (m.). 

„ " Paid to Dyrricke Cure, Carver, for new making the 

picture of Jesus in the Schole, 20s." 
„ " Paid for payenting and gilding the same picture, 20s." 

1559. ^Olbn Coofe, l^tcjl) piaster, vice Freeman, retired. 
„ Address to Queen Elizabeth on her Accession. 
„ " Paid for the hyre of a blewe cloth for their standing ayonst 
the corronacion, 3s. 4d." 

1559-60. "To be allowed for the fall of money that was lost in tes- 
ternes that fell from 6d. to 4<d., £10 10s. 7d." (a.). 

1561-2, "Paid for taking away the pictur out of the Scole where 
the Master sayeth prayers, 8d." 

1564. June 2 — It was resolved that Exhibitions should be given to 
two Scholars, one at each University, especially to promote 
the advancement of the scholars of St. Paul's School. 
The " articles " or terms on which the Exhibitions were 
to be held, drawn up by the Bishop of London (Edmund 
Grindall), were laid before the Court of the Company, 
July 26th, 1564. The first Exhibitioner was elected on 
September 26th. The Exhibitions were fixed, to be 
of the value of £5 per annum, January 9th, 1565 
(Appendix F. 1), 

1572, The Company obtained judgment (which was entered in the 
Exchequer in Trinity Term, Anno. Eliz. 15) against Mr. 
Knevet who had laid an information against them for 
" concealed chauntery lands" {i.e. Colet's endowment for 
a chaplain), but who failed in his " profes " : nevertheless 
by the mediation of Sir Walter Mildmay and others, 
" out of their meere liberalitye," they gave Mr. Knevet 



]0 FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 

40 lih. sterling. This trouble recurs frequently in subse- 
quent years. In 1579—80, the Company again entered an 
appearance in the Exchequer on the same complaint ; and 
in 1580, a fine of £300 was recorded against the Compan}'^ 
for the same matter ; but it does not appear to have 
been paid out of St. Paul's School funds, though there 
are further entries on the same subject in 1582-83 (a.). 

1573. July 28 — The boys may have license to play every Thursday 

afternoon, "so that one of every of the forms in the 
Upper School by turn one after another first make an 
epistle to their Master for the same " (m.). 

Christmas— SSHtlliam iliJlalgm, l^tat .plaster, vice Cook. 
„ In this year " a shedde or lyttel house of tymber, now at the 
East end of St. Paul's Church under St. Dunstan's 
Chapel, where the children's pissing place' stood," was 
repaired and made into a residence " for the pore man, 
the porter of the Schole, to be more readier to attend 
upon the said Schole and to keep it clean." 

1574. It was agreed between the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's and 

Jesus College, Cambridge, that two of the Scholars on 
the foundation of Dr. Reston should be nominated by the 
Dean and Chapter, the Candidates to be chosen from 
St. Paul's School, or, in defect, from any other School. 

1575. Oct. 29 — The morrow after Simon and Jude, Mr. Malym's 

Scholar made an oration on a " skaffolde " set up at 
Paul's School, when Mr. Ambrose Nicholas, then Lord 
Mayor, returned from Westminster (A.). 

1575-6. A grant is made to John Meeke, chief bellringer of Pawles, 
towards his paines in bringing to light an old " pervy of 
easement" (i.e. privy) "that some time longede to the 
Children of Pawles Schole,^ and also for the easement of 
all inhabitants thereabouts." From subsequent entries it 
seems that Meeke became involved in a lawsuit with 
Abraham Vele,^ bookbinder, who had taken the said 
"pervy" into his shop, and in 1577-8 Meeke received a 
further grant, but it does not appear whether he was 
successful in his suit. 

1578. William Malym delivers an oration (in Latin) to Duke John 

Casimir. 

1579. July 28 — It was resolved " that such as have the reversions of 

Scholarships be examined at Polls " (Paul's). 

1 For the use to which this "place" his Court attending a sermon at Paul's 

was put, see Colet's Statutes (Appendix B.) Cross on March 26, 1620. The brick 

under the headiug "The Children." cessiJool belonging to it still remains in 

^ See, However, Colet's Statutes (Ap- situ, and was uncovered when the gardens 

pendix B.), under the heading " The were hitely made. 

Children." A view of the pervy may lie ^ Jq 1556^ Abraham Veale, at the sign 

seen in an engraving in the Grace Col- of the Lamb in Paul's Churchyard, printed 

lection representing King James L and Pobyuson's translation of More's Utopia. 



FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 11 

1581. Nov. 8— 3JoIjn l^arn'son, W%\f it\ast£r, vice Malym, 

resigned. 
„ "A number of our Company assembled, with Mr. Deane of 
Powel's (Alex""- Nowel) and other learned men, for the 
tryall of the said Schole Master's sufficiency " (a.). On 
this occasion " Mr. Wilkinson, reader of the Greek 
Lector at Cambridge," was the defeated candidate for 
the High Mastershij), and received a present for his 
expenses. 
„ The first mention of tlie Apposition. " Paid for dinner at 
the Examination of the Scholars at Candlemas 
(February 2)" (a). 

I.jS'I. Thomas Gyles, Master of the Quiristers in St. Paul's 
Cathedral, is directed to instruct them in the Cate- 
chism, Writing, and Music ; and then suffer them to 
resort to St. Paul's School that they may learn the 
principles of Grammar : and after, as they shall be 
forwards, learn the said Catechism in Latin, which 
before they learned in English, and other good books 
taught in the said School. (Churton's Life of Nowel, 
page 190). 

1585-6. The cojDy of the Statutes,^ now preserved at Mercers' Hall, 
was rebound, as appears by these entries : — 
„ Paid "for a cover of vellom for Mr. CoUette's book of 
ordenaunce wherein his own handwriting is : the said Mr. 
CoUette's picture is now newly made on the outside, and 
for stringe of silk and for binding the same, 6s." 
„ Paid to Segar " for drawing the picture of Mr. Dr. Collette 
upon the cover of vellom of the book of ordenance very 
fair in cuUors, 40s." 

1588-9. "The tenement at the end of Poules Church (see under 
1572-3) has now been converted into a house for the 
Under Usher ; in the following year this house was 
beaten down with the fall of a stone (" a pynnakell ") from 
Poull's Church by the great wynd (A.).^ 

1592. Feb. 5 — The dinner was held at Mercers' Hall instead of at 
the Schole " for that two or three had died of the sickness 
lately." 
„ An inventory was made of the implements at the School, 
" both before Harrison's time and since bought." 

1594. Speech of the boys of St. Paul's School to the Masquers of 
Gray's Inn. 

^ Printed at. large in Appendix B. men's houses, and overtbrewe many cliim- 

' 1589. The fift of January, about fiue nies, and caused many men feare the over- 

of the clocke in the euening, before the throw of their houses : one of the three 

Twelfth day, began a great and terrible West gates of Saint Paules Cliurch, to wit, 

Tempest of Wind in tlie Soutli-West, which that next to the Bishoppes Palace, was 

continued with great veheniency till about broken witli the bolts, barres, and lockes 

11 of the clocke of the same night ; thi.s of the same gate, so that it was blowne 

iu the City of London blew the Tiles off over. (Stow's Annals, London, 1631.) 



12 FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL 

1595. Feb. — " The audit dinner for the accompt was holden at 

Mercers' Hall this year, for that Harrison still kept 
j)OSsession of the School House." 

The details of this quarrel are yjreserved among the 
records at Mercers' Hall. " Proceedings in the 
Court of Chancery, Richard Smith and Francis 
Herring (1596), Schoolmasters, against the 
Company ; also letters of sundiy Honble 
personages, and said Harrison's appeal into the 
Archers {sic) and Bill of Articles to my Lord 
of Canterbury, with the Company's severall 
answers to every of the same." 

From the following entries it seems that while the dispute went 
on the scholars were transferred to the care of Mulcaster: — 

159G-7. " Paid to Christopher Johnson for his paines in teaching 
under Mr. Mulcaster till Lady Day in Lent last" (a.). 

„ " Paid to John Be vane for reward for teaching the schol- 

lers of Poules one quarter under Mr. Moncaster in 
Mylk Street " (A.). 

„ " To Mr. Mansfield, late Mr. Moncaster's ussher" (a.). 

1596. Aug. 5— IRt'cljartl JHliIcaSlfr, ^iglb iKlaster, vice Harrison, 

removed. 
„ March 4 — "The assistants and learned men" met at Mercers' 
Hall to establish orders for the Schole. 

1600. The Usher's house was raised and comi^ensation paid to 
" Thomasyn Rode, widdowe, for hurtes done " thereby to 
her house. 
„ " Given to Mulcaster to distribute among the boys at the 
apposition, 5s." Apparently this is the first "Distribution 
of Prizes." The sum distributed was increased to 10s. in 
1601, and 20s. in 1602 : and at this it remained till 
1630-40, when it appears to cease. 

1602. June 24 — Amending Ordinances made by the Court of As- 

sistants of the Mercers' Company signed by " Mr. Fleming, 
the King's Solicitor, and Mr. Sergeant Foster," to whom 
payments were made for their counsel in 1602-3. (See 
Appendix B. 2.) 

1603. Oration of one of Mr, Mulcaster's Scholars to King James I. 

1608. Tvfarch 10— aicxanUct CSill, f^icrf) iiJlaStfV, vice Mulcaster, 
resigned. 

1612. The Exhibitions to the University were increased in value 

from £5 to £10. 
1614-15. " Paid to Pawle Jackson for setting up Dr. Collette's picture 

at the upper end of the Schole, £3 10s." 
1617-18. The Scholars of Pawles made a play in Mercers' Hall on 

quarter day. 



FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 13 

1619. Sept. 10 — The boys of Paul's acted a play in Mercers' Hall 

at the Wardens' Feast. 

1620. The House at the East end of Powles is pulled down "by 

order of the Lords of the Privy Council." From this 
time till the Fire the Under Usher has an allowance 
(£3 Qs. 8d.) for house rent. 

1626-7. "Paid to the citty waites for Music at the play that was acted 
by the Schollers, 5s." 

1629. Oct. 13 — Foundation of the Campden Exhibitions by the 
will of Sir Baptist Hicks, Viscount Campden. Brought 
before the Court November 21 and December 3, 1632. 
(Appendix E. 2.) 

1635. Nov. 18— ainantifC (ffiftll (Junior), J^igj^ ittastn", vice Gill, 
deceased. 

1640. Jan. 7— gjolju Eaitglcg, it^tgi) J^astfr, vice Gill, "displaced." 
1644. No Exhibitions were paid in this year, nor in 1645 nor 1646, 
but payments were resumed in 1647. 

1645-6. During some part of this year the Schollers were taught in 
the Convocation House in Paules (a.). 

1646. " Eight paires of gloves for the Scholars who made orations, 
12s." (a.), and in the next year "Sixteen paires." 

1657. Sept. 14— Samuel OTromlf^Cihlte, Wsf) iWastrr, vice Langley, 
deceased. 

1659. Sir Richard Wood's Scholarship founded at St. John's College, 

Cambridge. (Appendix E. 3.) 

1659-60, In this year certain quit-rents, which, since 1649, have been 
entered as " due to the Commonwealth," are again entered 
as " due to the King's Majesty " (a.). 

1660. Jan. 25— The Feast of the Scholars was first held. (Ap- 

pendix H.) 

1663-4. "To Mrs. Segood in lieu of a book of the orders of Paul's 
which she did (give) to the Company, £1 " (A.). 

1664-5. Four years was fixed for the time for Scholars to be in the 
School before they sue for Exhibitions. 

1665. No Apposition holden by reason of the great visitation of the 

plague. 
,, On Midsummer Day the School was dismissed, to be reopened 

when it seemed good to the Surveyor- Accountant. 
„ Mr. Cromleholme wrote a Sche(hde of Books in the School 

Study. 

1666. Sept. 6 and 7 — The First School Buildings perished in the 

Fire of London. 
„ Oct. 19 — The School was ordered to cease, the buildings 
being down and the scholars scattered (m.). All Exhi- 
bitions were to be paid up to Michaelmas, 1666. 



14 FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 

1066-70. During this interval the School appears to have been 
closed. The three Masters received their bare salaries, 
according to the Founder's directions, on yjromising to 
return when the School opened : meanwhile they might 
find other employment. In the accounts of 1666-7 a 
quarter or half-year's Exhibition only is j)aid to each 
Exhibitioner, and all Exhibitions cease till Lady Day, 
1678-9. 

1666-70. All entries in the Accounts refer, firstly to the clearing away 
rubbish (1666-7), secondly to the purchase of some 
additional ground and tenements in Old Change (1667-8), 
and thirdly to the expenses of rebuilding (1668-9 and 
1669-70). 

1670. (Schola) "Eestaurata feliciter" post incendium (Inscription). 

1671. March 28 — It was ordered that the School should open the 

next week after Easter week (m.). 

1672. It was resolved that the Exhibitions in the gift of the Mercers' 

Company (Lady North's and Mrs. Robinson's) should in 
preference be given to boys of St. Paul's or of Mercers' 
Chapel School. This rule was renewed February 17, 
1681^. 

Aug. 5— (jrf)OmaS €fale, WS^ M^^ttX, vice Cromleholme, 
deceased. 

1674. Jan, 25 — The Scholars' Feast revived (after ten years' interval). 

1676-7. The sum of £110 was paid for a house in Old Change, which 
was "laid into" the High Master's house. 

The following entry refers to Monmouth's re- 
bellion : — 
1685. "Allowed Henry Somner, Esq., the Company's propor- 
tion of the charge for finding a soldier for the Wathes 
ffarme in time of the late rebellion in the West, 
£3 lO.s." (A.). 

1687-8. "For new laying all the front of the Schole and Schole- 
master's houses, the most part of it now Purbeck Stone 
within the posts, £18 3s." (a.). 

1693-4. " For convex lights at St. Paul's School, 12.3." 

1696. Exhibitions at Trinity College, Cambridge, founded by 
Rev. William Perry. (Appendix E. 4.) 

1097. Sept. 3— gJoi)n lostlftijtoaet, ?i?igf) iHa0tct, vice Gale, 
resigned. 
„ This year a fire occurred in tlie Surmaster's house (Mr. Ays- 
cough). 
Jan. 25 — The Scholars' Feast revived (after eighteen years' 
interval). 

1699-1700. A clock was put up at St. Paul's School, and the " Dyall " 
gilded and painted. 



FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 15 

1702. The School was repaired and beautified. 

1711. Exhibitions founded by Dr. Gower at St. John's College, 

Cambridge. (Appendix E. 5.) 

1712. March 20 — The High Master was ordered to file the presenta- 

tions issued by the Surveyor Accountant, and to register 
the names in a book. 

1713. ^I^tltp ^ )S(:OUgf), Witt i^aStrr, vice Postlethwayt, deceased. 

1721. June 2 — Smfamtn iHovlanti, ?t?tgf) JKastrr, vice Ayscough, 

resigned. 

1723. Jan. 25 — The Scholars' Feast revived (after six years' interval). 

1725. From this date till 1749 there are no records of payments 
to Exhibitioners out of the School Funds. 

1733. Cimoti))) (Crumpf , ?t?tgt) iilastfr, vice Morland, deceased. 

1737. ^SfOrgc Clftarlrs, WQ^) i^astrr, vice Crumpe, deceased. 

l7-i3. The earliest known printed Catalogue of the School Library. 

174'5. From this date till 1755 there are no records of payments to 
Campden Exhibitioners. 

1748. Aug. 12— SfCrgc CJ)lcfencSSf, ?^lg$ iKaStrr, vice Charles, 

resigned. 

1749. May 16 — The High Master was ordered to deliver yearly to 

the Surveyor Accountant a list of Scholars. (These lists 
are to be found complete up to the present time.) 

1752. March 25 — It was ordered that a Gold Medal, weighing l^oz., 
be given annually to the most deserving Scholar. 

1755. Jan. 25 — The Scholars' Feast revived (after twenty-seven years' 
interval). 

1766. Exhibitions founded by Rev. George Sykes at Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge. (Appendix E. 6.) 

1769. May 24— l^idjart IRollfltS, WQ^ Hflastfr, vice Thicknesse, 
resigned. 

1773. The Hiqh Master began to employ an Assistant to help him 
in the teaching the Fifth and Sixth Classes. 

1780. Exhibition founded by John Stock at Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge. (Appendix E. 7.) 

1782. The School was held at Blacksmiths' Hall, near Old Fish 
Street, the buildings being under repair. 

1791. Meeting of Old Paulines in consequence of the death of 
Mr. Thicknesse, formerly High Master. 

1810. May 1— The Fourth Centenary Festival of the School, held at 
Freemasons' Hall. Present, the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, 
Sir Philip Francis, K.B., &c. 



16 FASTI OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 

1814. June 16— 3Jof)n Slfatf), ji^iQf) M^^ttt, vice Roberts, resigned. 

1815. The Governors' Prizes for Latin Hexameters and English Verse 

first given. (Appendix F. 1.) 

1823. Foundation of the Sleath Prize (Latin Prose). (Appen- 

dix F. 2.) 
„ The School was held in Aldersgate Street during rebuilding. 

1824. Sept. — The School occupied its new Buildings — the third since 

its foundation. 

1828. The Governors' Prize for Greek Iambics first given. (Ap- 
pendix F. 1.) 

1838. June 22—^CXttXt Kgnaston, Wsb i^astrr, vice Sleath, 
resigned. 

1840. The Governors' Prize for an English Essay first given. 
(Appendix- F. 1.) 

1844. Address to Queen Victoria on the opening of the Royal 
Exchange. 
„ Feb. 7 — Foundation of the Thomas Barnes Scholarship at 
Cambridge, (first Election, 1867). (Appendix E. 8.) 

1847. The Shields with the names of famous Scholars were placed 
on the School Walls. 
„ May 18 — Prince Albert was present at the Apposition. 

1849. The Thruston Prize instituted. (Appendix F. 3.) 

1851. The Truro Prize founded by Lord Chancellor Truro, (Ap- 
pendix F. 4.) 
The Milton Prize founded by Sir Charles M. Clarke. 
(Appendix F. 5.) 

1859. June 8 — The Seventh Jubilee of St. Paul's School was 
celebrated at the Apposition. Publication of the High 
Master's Lays of the Seven Half-Centuries. 

1863. March — Address on the entry of the Princess Alexandra into 

London (presented at the subsequent Icvde). 

1864. June 15 — The Prince of Wales was present at the Apposition. 
„ June 15 — The Old Pauline Dinner was revived. 

1868. Foundation of the Keen Scholarship. (Appendix F. 6.) 

1876. Establishment of the New Governors under the Scheme of 

the Endowed Schools Commissioners. 

1877. dFrrtfrlrk 2121i. SSlalltfr, ?t?lg$ JHastcr, vice Kynaston 

resigned. 
„ Foundation of the Kynaston Prize. (Appendix F. 7.) 

1881. Foundation of the Bedford Prize. (Appendix F. 8.) 



THE MASTEES AND SCHOLARS 



ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



A., The School Accounts. 

A.B., Artium Baccalaureus. 

A.C., Athen* Cantabrigienses. 

A.M., Artium Magister. 

A.O. Athens Oxonienses. 

A.R.I.C.E., Associate of the Royal Insti- 
tution of Civil Engineers. 

B.A., Bachelor of Arts. 

B.C.L.. Bachelor of Civil Law (Oxford). 

B.D., Bachelor of Divinity (generally used, 
in this work, of Oxford Graduates). 

B.M., Bachelor of Medicine. 

B.M., Bloxam's Magdalen College. 

C.M.G., Companion of St. Michael and 
St. George. 

C.I.E., Companion of the Indian Empire. 

D.C.L., Doctor of Civil Law (Oxford). 

D.D., Doctor of Divinity (generally used, 
in this work, of Oxford Graduates). 

F.R.C.P., FeUowof the Royal College of 
Physicians. 

F.R.C.S., Fellow of the Royal College of 
Surgeons. 

F.R.I. B.A., Fellow of the Royal Insti- 
tution of British Architects. 

F.R.S., Fellow of the Royal Society. 

H.M., High Master. 

K.B., Knight of the Bath. 

K.C.B., Knight Commander of the Bath. 

K.G., Knight of the Garter. 

LL.B., Bachelor of Civil Law (Cambridge). 

LL.M., Master of Civil Law (Cambridge). 

LL.D., Doctor of Civil Law (Cambridge). 

L.S.A., Licentiate of the Society of 
Apothecaries. 

M., Marginal Notes to the Minutes or Acts 
of Court of the Mercers' Company. 

M.A., Master of Arts. 

M.B., Bachelor of Medicine. 



M.D., Doctor of Medicine. 

M.L., Licentiate of Medicine. 

M.R.C.S., Member of the Royal College of 

Surgeons. 
N.S., New Style. 
O.P., Old Pauline. 
O.S., Old Style : the year began on the 

25th March till January 1st, 1752. 
Q.C., Queen's Counsel. 
S.A., Surveyor-Accountant. 
S.C.L., Student of Civil Law. 
S.P.C.K., Society for Promoting Christian 

Knowledge. 
S.P.G., Society for the Propagation of the 

Gospel. 
S.P.S., St. Paul's School. 
S. T.B. , Bachelor of Divinity (generally used, 

in this work, of Cambridge Graduates). 
S.T.P., Doctor of Divinity (Sancta; Theo- 

logife Professor) (generally used, in this 

work, of Cambridge Graduates). 



Lit. Hum., Literee Humaniores ; the final 

Classical School at Oxford, 
arm. fil., armigeri filius. 
cler. fil., clerici filius. 
gen. fil., generosi filius. 
pleb. fil., plebeii filius. 



? preceding a name suggests a doubt 
whether he was a Pauline. 

? following a name suggests a doubt as 
to the spelling. 

? follo\ving a date suggests that the author- 
ity is doubtful. 



Observe that Benet was the old name of Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge ; Cardinal College of Christ Church, Oxford ; Broad- 
gates Hall of Pembroke College, Oxford ; Gloucester Hall of 
Worcester College, Oxford ; and Hart Hall stood on the site 
of Hertford College, Oxford. 



LIST OF MASTERS AND SCHOLAES. 



1512—1522 
High Master^ WILLIAM LILY. 

Bom at Odyliam, Hants, circa 1466 ; Demy of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1486, 
B.A. ; visited Jerusalem and made some stay in Rhodes where he acquired the 
Greek tongue, thence visited Rome ; returned to England and settled in 
London where he taught Grammar, Poetry, and Rhetoric ; selected by Colet as 
first High Master; died 1522. He was the joint author of a Latin Grammar 
{Brc.vissima Institutio) which remained the basis of all Latin grammars in use 
till the present generation. He is probably identical with William Lily, Vicar 
of Holcote, Northampton, 1492-95. 

Sur master 1512 Thomas Percy, otherwise Persy. 

Siirmastcr 1515 Maurice Birchinshaw. 

Called Master Morris in the "Accounts." "In 1511 (December 11th) M. B., a 
scholar of the faculty of Rhetoric, was admitted (at Oxford) to inform in the 
faculty of Grammar. He taught in the School adjoining Magdalen College 
great gate. In 1515, July 2, M. B. the celebrated grammarian was admitted 
B.C.L. He was afterwards Prebendary of "Wells" (A.O.). Possibly he was 
Mauritius to whom Constable addresses the following epigram : — 

Nunc scio, Maurici, placuit tibi culta vetustas 

Quod delegisti fertile gymnasium. 
Nempe virum expectat te clara Britannia talem 

Qualis erat Romte Tullius ipse suse. 

Surmaster 1517 * John Ritwise. 

Subsequently High Master 1522— 1532 (which see). 

Chaplain. 

There is no record of any payment to a chaplain till 1523-24. Probably these duties 
were supplied under the immediate direction of the Founder up to that time. 

' A complete list of the High Masters but afterwards 

and Sub (Sur) Masters, from 1512 to 1637, 1559. John Cook, chosen High-mr. 

is found api^ended to one of the copies of James Jacob, Sub-mr. 

Colet's statutes preserved at Mercers' Hall. 1561. John Cook, High-mr. 

"Whenever a change in the tenant of either Christopher Holden, Sub-mr. 

oflBce occurs, the name of the tenant of Possibly this is the copy of the Statutes 

the other is usually repeated. for writing which Mulcaster was paid 

Thus— 3s. 4d. in 1598-99. 

1512. "Willm Lilie, high Mr- placed As I have discovered no notice at 

by ye Founder. Mercers' Hall of the appointment of 

Thomas Persy, Submaster. Masters for the School before 1522, I am 

1515. Maurice Birchinshaw, Sub- inclined to think that the first three Sur- 

mr., &c. masters were appointed by the Founder. 



18 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1512-22 



SCHOLAKS. 

Thomas Lupset, 

Son of William Lupsei, goldsmith of London ; born about 1495 ; said to have 
been supiiorted by Colet (to whom he is said to have acted as amanuensis) at 
Pembroke Hall, Cambridge ; accompanied Richard Paice on his embassy to Venice, 
1515 ; took his B.A. at Paris; and returning to England, 1519, settled at Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford, where he rend the Pihetoric and Humanity lecture founded 
by Wolsey. "in 1521 he was admitted M.A. of Oxford, and read Wolsey's Greek 
lecture. In 1523 he was admitted to the Chapel of St. Nicholas, in the parish of 
Stanford-le-hope, Essex. The same year he was at Padua with Pole (afterwards 
Cardinal), whose acquaintance he had made in 1515. Rector of Great Mougeham, 
Kent, 1526, and also of St. Martin, Ludgate ; Rector of Cheriton, Hants, 1530 ; 
and Prebendary of Ruscombe (Samm). He died of consumption in 1530, and was 
buried at St. Alphege, London Wall. He was the author of Epistokc varicc, Basle, 
1520 ; A treatise of Charitc, London, 1529. Two works of his were posthumously 
printed, An exhortation to yonge men, persivaudi/nge them to walk in the pathe way 
thj,t leadeth to honestye and goodnes, written to a frendc of his, by Thomas Lupsete, 
Londoner, London, 1530, and A compendious and a very frutcful treatise teaching 
the way of Dyeing well, London, 1534. 

Edward North, 

Born in 1496 ; son of Roger, citizen and mercer of London ; proceeded to Peter- 
house, Cambridge, but did not graduate ; studied the law and became one of tlie 
King's Serjeants iu 1537. Henceforth till the accession of Elizabeth, he plays an 
important part in the history of England. He was summoned to Parliament as 
Baron North of Kirtling, iu 1554 ; died 1564. He is reckoned as a Benefactor by 
the University of C'ambridge and by Peterhouse. He was ancestor of the present 
Baroness North and the Earl of Guilford. 

Anthony Denny, 

Born 1500-1 ; entered St. John's College, Cambridge ; became a gentleman of the 
bedchamber to Henry Vlll. and finally King's Remembrancer and Groom of the 
Stole ; was knighted before 1546 ; was one of the executors of the king's will ; died 
1550. He was a great benefactor of the School of Sedbergh, York. 

William Paget, 

Son of a Serjeant-at-Mace in Ijondon ; said to have gone to Trinity Hall, but 
apparently did not gi'aduate ; entered the household of Gardiner, afterwards Bishop 
of Winchester; went thence to the University of Paris. In 1532 he entered the 
service of king Henry VI 1 1., under whom he held various offices and was appointed 
one of the executors of the king's will. During the reign of Edward VI. he attached 
himself first to the side of Somerset, and on his fall to that of Northumberland. 
He was made K.G. in 1546-47, and called to the House of Lords as Baron Paget of 
Beaudesert in 1551. He was on the Privy-Council of Queen Jane, but was one of 
the first to welcome Queen Mary's accession. He retired from puldic life on the 
accession of Queen Elizabeth, and died in 1563. His monument was erected in 
Lichfield Cathedral. He was High Steward of the University of Cambridge in 1546 
and again in 1554. He filled one of the foremost places in the history of England 
for nearly twenty years : his descendant is now Marquess of Anglesey. 

John Leland, otherwise Leyland, 

Born in London about 1506 ; graduated B.A. (Lelond) at Christ's College, Cambridge, 
1522, whence he removed to All Souls' College, Oxford; was sent to Paris with an 
exhibition by Henry VIII. where he acquired the friendship of Budseus and other 
famous men of the time. In 1530 he was admitted Rector of Poppeling in the 
Marches of Calais, but serving the King as Librarian had licence for non-residence. 
In 1533 he was appointed King's Antiquarian. For six years he travelled over 
England pursuing his researches, and in 1546 presented the King with a scheme 
of his great work under the title of a New Year's gift. In 1542 he became Rector 
of Haseley, Oxon. ; and in 1543 he was made a Canon of King's College, Oxford, 
(now Chiist Church) ; he was also Prebendary of Sarum, an apjiointnient which 
he perhaps received in exchange for his Canonry. In 1550 he lost his reason, and 
dying in 1552 was buried in the church of St. Michael le Quern. His works were not 
published in his lifetime, but liis MSS. are mostly jireserved at Oxford. His 
Co7nmentnrii de Scriptoribus Britaniiicis was eilited iu 1709 by Anthony Hall ; his 
Itinerary in 1710, &c., by Thomas Hearne ; his Collectanea de rebus Britannicis in 
1715 by Heanie. 



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i5ii-22] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 19 

John Clement, 

He was taken from St. Paul's School by Sir Thomas More. He read Wolsoy's 
Ehctoric Lecture at Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, 1519 ; and also his Greek 
Lecture, '•' being singularly seen in the Greek tongue." He became tutor to Margaret 
More (Koper). Being opposed to the Keformation, he retired abroad during the 
reign of Edward VI., and though he returned to England in the reign of Mary, he 
exiled himself again after the accession of Elizabeth, and died at Mechlin, in 
Brabant, 1572. He was a member of the College of Phj'siciaus : see his character in 
Mores Epistle to Peter Giles in the Utopia. 

Robert Pursgiove, 

Alias Sylvester, a native of Tideswell, in Derbyshire, was maintained by his uncle, 
"William Bradshaw, at St. Paul's School for nine years ; from thence he went to 
St. Mary Overies and subsequently to Corpus Cliristi College, Oxford, where he 
remained fourteen years ; thence he became Prior of Guisborough, York, which post 
he resigned on the dissolution of the monasteries in 1540. He was subsequently 
Suffragan Bishop of Hull and died in 1579, being buried at Tideswell, where his 
epitaph exists on a brass. He founded in 1560 a free grammar school at Tideswell ; 
and at Guisborough he founded the Jesus School and also almshouses for six men 
and six women in 1561. 

Eichavdus Vernanms, 

Pauline Scholfe alumnus. Author of an epigram printed at the end of Rudimenta 
Grammatices — 

Quisquis adest Latiam cupiens contexere linguam 

Nostraque dulciloquis verba referre modis 
Hunc emat, hunc tenero perstriugat corde libellum 
PoUice quern faeili Lilius ediderat. 

Also of the following epigram, appended to Lily's De Generibus Nominum et Verborum 
prmteritis ac supinis Rcgidtv, Antwerj), 1538 — 

En parvo sumptu parvoque volumine prodit 

Parvus non parvo {sic) scriptus ab arte liber. 
Hunc emat et parva {sic) silii quilibet sere puellus 
Comparet et parvo tempore niulta sciet. 

RlCHARDl VeRNAMI CaRMEN. 

The two following are sometimes assigned to St. Paul's School : — 
John Constable, 

Son of Roger C. ; born in London, and educated under William Lily ; afterwards at 
Byham Hostel, Oxford, B. A. 1511, M. A. 1515. He published /««?(» is Co?^staiZ/^, 
Londincnsis, Artium Profcssoris Epigrammata apud indyti Londini urban. 
Londini MCXX (ex oflicina Richardi Pynsonis nonis Septembris). Among his 
epigrams the following refer to Lily — 

AflD LiLIUM Pr.ecf.ptorem. 
Prseceptor facunde tuas quis dicere laudes 

Quas meritus multis es quseat ecce modis : 
Nunc seris in nostris cultissima semina camjiis, 

Maturasque refert pingue solum segetes. 
Ipse puer teneris a te enutritus ab annis 

CoUegi ex aaro (? arvo) semina piulchra tuo : 
Ergo magis nostro crescant si gramina campo, 
Nunc danda est, Lili, gloria tota tibi. 

In BoSSUM LlLlO-MASlIGEM. 

Heus subito tacuit, vidit sua carmina Bossus 

Quum viciis toties stulta scatere malis. 
Quumque pari nequeat conatu vincere vatem, 

Suppudet et versus jam negat esse suos. 
Euome de angnineo libeat si pectore virus : 

Nil nocet egregio perfida lingua viro. 

Thomas Nightingale, 

("Vir le]iidus et poeta," as Balseus saith) B.C.L. of Oxford, 1515; was educated 
under AVilliam Lilj', but there is no ground for supposing that he was a pupil of 
St. Paul's School ; author of De obitu Joannis Colcti Carmen ; In mortem Gul. Lilii 
clcgifr. 

c2 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1522-32 



1522—1532 
High Master JOHN RITWYSE. 

December 10, 1522. 

Rightwyse, Kitwis, Rightewes (iu Latin, Righeuus and Justus) ; born at Sail (Saul, 
Sawl) in Norfolk. Educated at Eton, whence he went to King's College, 
Cambridge; B.A. 1513; was Surmaster in St. Paul's School, 1517-22, and 
man-ied Dionysia, daughter of "William Lily, who survived him. Author of 
the tragedy of Dido which he acted with liis scholars before Cardinal "Wolsey ; 
Polydore Vergil speaks of him as " Docti-inte et morum magister." In January, 
1531, occurs the entry in the Privy Purse Expenses of Henry VIII : "Paid 
to Rightwise, Schole Master of Ponies by the king's commandment, sxii. 
lib. ix. s." (probabljf for the King's Scholar, George Frauncs, see below). ^ He 
was removed from his office November 10th, 1531, for neglect of his duties. 

Surmaster 1522 Richard Jones. 

Subsequently High Master 1532-49 (which see). 

Chaplain 1523 SiR John Thomson.^ 

The first Chaplain : this office not having been filled up till 1523. He received for 
the rent of his chamber ten shillings per annum, subsequently increased to 
thirteen shillings and fourpence. 

Chaplain 1531 Sir William Dyngley. 

February 27. 



SCHOLARS. 

George Frauncs, 

It appears from the Privy Purse Expenses of Henry VIII. that in 1531 and 1532 
payments were made to the School blaster of Powles for G. F. the King's Scholar, 
and in July of 1532 "for the Exhibucion of G. F." 

Nichola.s Frauncs, 

Also in September and December of 1532 payments were made for N. F, 

1 It is from this entry that I proceed to Harrison's "Children of Pawles School" 

infer that the similar payments made in (1541), Stow's " Children of S. Pauls 

1531 and 1532 to the "School Master of School" (1554), and Nowel's "Scholars 

Powles," were made for boys at Colet's of Ponll's Scholle " (1569 and 1573). 

School, rather than at the Cathedral School, - The title of "Sir" (Dominus) was 

tlie very existence of which as a place of commonly given to the clergy (possibly 

good education at this date seems to require especially to Cliantrj' Priests) before the 

further demonstration. And if it be granted Reformation. Compare Shakespeare's Sir 

that Colet's Foundation is meant by Hugh Evans, Sir Oliver Martext, Sir Na- 

" Powles School" in 1531, (as it certainly thaniel, and Sir Topaz, 
was in 1527,) I venture to claim as Paulines, 



1532-49] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 21 



1532—1549 
High Master RICHAED JONES. 

Novemlcr 11, 1532. 

Sur Master 1522 — 1532. " Deinde secutus est Richardus Jonys" (Polydore Vergil 
Hist, Angl. xxvi. ). He died 15-19. 

Surmaster 1532 James Jacob. 

Novcmher 16. 
"(Jakobbe) married Diouysia, daur. of "W. Lily, and \yidow of John Eitwyse. 
(1560) the xvjth day of January was bered at Sant Aus(tins) Jakobe the husser 
of Powlles SkoUe : at ys berehyjig were a xx. clarkes syngyng ym to the chyrche 
and (there) was a sermon " (Diary of Henry MacTiyn). This entry is confirmed 
by the Register of St. Augustine's parish. 

Chaplain 1532 Sir William Dyngley (conUmied). 

In 1543 Sir W. D.'s name occurs again as Chaplain, probably from an error of 
the \n-iter. 

Chaplain 1542 Sir John Benson, 

Sir John Benson dyde 18th day of Auguste 1552 (a). 



• SCHOLAR. 

William Harrison, 

Born 18 April, 1534. He says in his Chronology under date 1544 : " The children 
of Pawles Scheie, whereof I was one at that time, were enforced to buy those bookes " 
{i.e. "the Letimy in thenglish towng"); subsequently he went to Westminster 
School, and thence to Oxford where he graduated; in 1569 he was made B. D. of 
Cambridge being then an M. A. of Oxford of seven years' standing ; he was Chaplain 
to Sir William Brooke, Lord Cobham ; Rector of Radwinter, Essex, 1558-59 — 1593 ; 
Vicar of Wimbish, Essex, 1570-71 — 1581 ; Prebendary of Windsor, 1586 ; died 
about February 11, 1593-94 ; Author of Chronology. 



22 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [i549-S9 



1549—1559 
High Master THOMAS FREEMAN. 

October 8, 1549. 

On March 22, 1545, he was granted the reversion of the High Mastership, being 
then Master of the Mercers' Chapel School, in preference to one, Gryndall, 
(possibly Edmund Grindal, subsequently Archbishop of Canterbury,) who had 
made application on January 2, 1545, under favour of the Queen's grace for the 
room of the High Mastership. Stow says of him, " who also spent ten years in 
the laborious employment of the education of youth, and then came into his 
province John Cook." On July 17, 1559, he was warned "to avoide from his 
ofhce for insuificiency of learning and lack of the Greek tongue." 

Surmastcr James Jacob {continued). 

See 1532 — 1549. He received a reward by reason that he was not made Master after 
Ric. Jones' death £6 13s. 4c?. 

Chaplain SiR John Benson {continued). 

See 1532—1549. 

Chaplain 1552 Sir Thomas Shakespeyre. 

September 7. 
Departed at Lady Day, 1555-56. 

Chaplain 1556 Sir John Chattelles. 

Jpril 24. 

Chaplain 1557 Sir Thomas Monymay. 

These three Chaplains were no doubt concerned in tlie restoration of the Mass, &c., 
in the School Chapel (see Fasti under date). 

Chaplain 1558 {N'o name). 



SCHOLAR. 

Maximilian Poines, 

"After supper (on Queen Mary's visit to the Princess Elizabeth at Hatfield, 1554) a 
play was presented by tlie children of Paul's. After the play and next morning one 
of the children named Mix. Poines sung to the Princess while she played at the 
Virginals." ^--Warton's Hist. Eng. Poetry, iii. 218. 

1 Hp may of course have been a chorister of the Cathedra], hut see Fasti, 1584. 



1559 li] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 23 



1559—1573 
High Master JOHN COOK. 

Born at Sherborne, Dorset, 1516 ; educated at Eton ; admitted to King's College, 
Cambridge, 1533 ; Fellow 1536 ; took his degrees in due course. Cooke of 
King's Coll. takes B.A. in 1638 ; Kector of North Cadbury in Somersetshire. 
He was dead in 1590-91, when his widow is mentioned in the Accounts. 

Surmaster 1560 James Jacob {continued). 

See 1532—1549. 

Surmaster 1561 Christopher Holder. 

" To the usher of Poules Scolle to give to his cosins in Oxford as appeareth by an 
abstract of 28 of October ; xxs. (1570)." — Spending Book of liobcrt Nowel. 

Chaplain 1559 {No name). 

Chaplain 1560 Elles. 

"That teaches the first forme." 

Chaplain 1561 Thomas Holden. 

"That teaches the first forme." 

Chaplain 1567 Thomas Hodles. 

"Teacher of the pettites." 

Chaplain 1568 {No name). 

Chaplain 1569 Thomas Mercer. 

Chaplain 1571 Richard Wilkynsone. 

"Teacher of the first forme there, Accidence or Petite with the Cathechysou, the 
Articles of Christian faith, and the ten Commandments." 



SCHOLARS. 

William Whi taker, 

Born in 1547 ; nephew of Alexander Nowel, Dean of St. Paul's ; first educated at 
his birthplace, Burnley, in Lancashire ; subsequently placed by liis uncle at St. 
Paul's School, whence he proceeded to 'Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was a 
Scholar and B.A. in 1567 ; Fellow in 1569 ; M.A. 1571. He became Canon of 
Norwich, 1577-78, and was incorporated at O.xford ; he took his B.D. in 1578 and 
in 1580 was appointed Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge, and in the same 
year was appointed Chancellor of St. Paul's ; in l.'J86-87 he was admitted Master of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, and took his D.D. ; in 1587 he resigned the Chan- 
cellorship of St. Paul's, and in 1595 was installed Canon of Canterbury, but died 
the same year, and was buried in the Chapel of St. John's College. He was one of 
the authors of the Lamhrth Articles, and was considered the champion of the Church 
of England against Bellarmine. He was the author of many theological works 
which are enumerated in the Athcnce Cantab. He is frequently mentioned in the 
Spending Book of Robert Nourl as receiving presents. 



24 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [i5S9-73 

William Camden, 

Born in 1550 ; went from St. Paul's School to Magdalen College, Oxford, whence 
he migrated to Broadgate Hall, and tlience to Christ Cluirch ; B.A. probably in 
1570 ; Under Master and afterwards Head Master of Westminster School ; subse- 
quently became Richmond Herald, and in 1597 Clarencieu.x King at Anns, I'rofessor 
of History in Chelsea College, founded by Matthew Suttclive ; died in 1623 and was 
buried in Westminster Abbey. He founded a Professorship of Ancient History in the 
University of Oxford in 1622, and was the author of numerous antiquarian works, of 
which the most famous is the Britannuc Dcscriptio, commonly called Britannia. 
He also brought out a Greek Grammar for the use of Westminster School. 

John Howsoa, 

Born in St. Bride's Parish, London, about 1556 ; went to Christ Church, Oxford ; 
Vicar of Bampton, Oxon. ; Canon of Christ Church ; Vice-Chancellor, 1602 ; was one of 
the original Fellowsof King James \. College at Chelsea, 1610 ; Bishop of Oxford, 1618 ; 
translated to Durham, 1628 ; died 1631-32, and was buried in St. Paul's Cathedral. 

Thomas Langhorne (Lawgherne),^ 

Called in the Accounts the Company's Scholar in Oxford ; but in the Minutes said 
to be of Trinity College, Cambridge ; elected to an Exhibition, September 26, 1564, 
which continued till 1568-69. A Thomas Langherne was chosen Fellow of Pembroke 
Hall, Cambridge, in 1567. 

Thomas Cole, 

B.A. of Magdalen College, Oxford, but in the Accounts said to be of Cambridge ; 
elected Scholar October 14, 1564, but his Exhibition was withdrawn November 2, 
1565, because he had left the realm without the Company's leave ; but Dom. Cole 
had leave from the College to go abroad with Lawrence Tomson, May 6, 1565 (B.M.). 

Thomas Knight, 

Son of William K. (deceased) ; Exhibitioner to Cambridge, 1565. 

Ralph Warcop (RafFe Warcoppe, Warcope), 

Exhibitioner 1566 ; son and heir of Cuthbert W., mercer, of English, Oxon. ; entered 
at Christ Church, Ox., about 1561 ; B.A. 1564 ; he was a Justice of the Peace and M. P. 
for Oxfordshire in the 43rd year of Elizabeth ; he was appointed ambnssador to France 
or Spain by James L, but died in the 60th year of his age in 1605. He was the 
author of a Translatiori of Prayers on the Psalms by August Marlorat 1571 (A.O.). 

Henry Hickman, 

Second son of Anthony H., of Woodford Hall, Essex ; Exhibitioner 1570, St. John's 
Coll. Camb. ; D.C.L. 

Thomas Byllingford, 

Son of Richard B., and a kinsman of Sir Thos. Gresham ; elected Company's 
Scholar at Broadgates Hall, Oxford, April 7, 1570, and continued till 1576-77. 

William Sadler, 
Nycholas Smythe, 
William Husnis (Hunnis), 
Edward Levison (Levisus), 
Jefree Morgane, 
Robert Russell, 
Anthony Egliefield, 

The above appear as " Schollers of Poulls School " who receive gowns fi-om Robert 

Nowel's estate in the year 1568. 

1 With regard to these early Exhibitioners they came from St. Paul's School, but 

I cannot assert that they received their several of them are claimed by Iilerchant 

education at St. Paul's School. In going Taylors' School, as will be noticed hereafter 

through the Accounts I found it stated in (see 1596 and 1597). I have however in- 

two instances at least that the Exhibitioner eluded here the names of all Exhibitioners 

had been educated at Mercers' Chapel School; except those who are explicitly stated to 

two more had been educated at Horsham have been educated elsewhere, inasmuch as 

School, which was also under the govern- whether Paulines or not, they owed part of 

ment of the Mercers. 1 was at first inclined theii- advancement at the University to the 

to assume that where no school was stated funds furnished by Colet's liberality. 



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1573-1581 
High Master WILLIAM MALYM. 

Lady Day. 

(Malin or ]\Ialim) born at Stapleliurst, Kent, 1533. Educated at Eton, whence he 
proceeded to King's College, Cambridge, 1548; Fellow, 1551; B.A. 1552; 
lil.A. 1556 ; travelled and visited Antioch, Constantinople, Jerusalem, and 
other Eastern cities, 1561 ; appointed a Master at Eton, where he remained ten 
years ; Prebendary of Biggleswade, Lincoln, 1569. He received a present from 
the Court on leaving St. Paul's School, and the implements which he left 
behind were purchased for the School ; he died probably in 1594. Author of 
A true Report of all the succcsse of Famagosta, London, 1572 ; Oratio Latino, 
duci Joanni Cccsimir, 1578, and various Latin Verses. He also edited the 
poetical works of Sir Thomas Chaloner, under the immediate care of Cecil, 
(Lord Burleigh). 

Suo-mastcr Christopher Holden {contimied). 

See 1559-1573. 

Surmastcr 1578 John Medley. 

Michaelmas. 
See below among the Scholars. 

Surmasier 1580 John Harrison. 

Michaelmas. 
Subsequently High Master, 1581 — 1596, which see. 

Under Usher '^ 1573 Guy Houlden. 

Lady Day. 

During a vacancy " one Harrolde.' 

" Paid to one Harrolde, under usshere, for three weeks teaching a little afore Brad- 
shawe's coming .... and so dismissed." 

Under U slier 1574 Eobert Bradshawe. 

"He had much contention with Malym and Holden." 

Under Usher 1575 "A young man that wayted a moneth at 

Powles School hoping to have been 
placed in Bradshawe's room." 

Under Usher 1576 Francis Richmond. 

He received a free gift at the Audit Dinner, February 4, 1576. 

Uidcr Usher 1578 George Knolles. 
Under Usher 1579 Walter Da unter. 

He departed " suddenly. " A gratuity was given him, therefore, by decree of the 
Court (November 20, 1583). 

* The title of the Chaplain is changed to the Cathechysmus and Ten C'ommaunde- 
" the Under Ussher, or rather callyd the mentes in Inglysh." 
teacher of the pettites or Accidence there 



26 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [iS73-8i 



SCHOLARS. 

Thomas Chaloner, 

Born 1559 ; removed from St. Paul's School to MagcLalen College, Oxford ; took no 
degree ; travelled beyond the seas ; Knighted by King Henry IV. of France in 
1591 ; created M.A. at a Royal visit to Oxford, Aug. 30, 1605 ; Tutor to Prince 
Henry, son of James I. ; died in 1615, aged 51 (?) years. He is said to have written 
Pastorall Poesic, and a translation of Ovid's Epistle Helen to Paris, but no works 
are extant. 

Martin Reade, 

Of Powles Schole, receives money from Robert Nowel's estate on April 8, 1573, and 
October 5, 1575 (on going to Oxford). "Coll. S. Johis, Bapt. 1572 (?) Martinus 
Reade, Londinensis, plebeus an. 17 " (Matriculations in the University of Oxford). 

William Clark or Cierke, 

Of Powles School, recommended by Mr. Malyne, receives money on June 3 and 
February 20 (on going to Cambridge), 1579, from Robert Nowel's estate. Possibly 
this was William Cierke, Sizar of Trinity College, Cambridge, June, 1575 ; B.A. 
1578-79 ; soon afterwards elected Fellow; M.A. 15S2 ; reputed author of The Triall 
of Bastardie, and Polimantcia (A. C). 

" Divers Scholars of Powles Schole " received gratuities. November 
10, 1576; and also "certain poor Scholars of Powles" on 
October 10, 1577. 

John Medley, 

Son of John M. , mercer (decccn^cd) ; (of Paul's School) Exhibitioner, 1574-78 ; 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1575-76 ; M.A. 1579. He is frequently mentioned 
in the Spending Book of Robert N'owel as receiving Gratuities in the years 1568 (or 
1569), 1573, 1575, 1577, and ("against his proceeding Mr. of Arte ") 1579. He was 
Surmaster of St. Paul's School 1578-1580. 

Walter Nethercote (Nethercoat), 

(of Paul's School) ; Exhibitioner, 1574-82 ; Clare Hall, Camb. B.A. 1577 ; Surmaster 
of St. Paul's School, 1584-86. 

Anthony Hickman, 

Fourth son of Anthonv H., of AVoodford Hall, Essex; Exhibitioner, 1576-84;^ 
Peterhouse Cambridge B.A. 1579 ; M.A. 1583 ; elected Fellow of Benet, 15S3, by 
mandate from the Queen. The fact of his not taking orders led to considerable 
disputes in the College, which are described at length in Masters' History of the 
College. In 1593 he was created LL.D., and in 1596 he was admitted Advocate. 
He died in 1597, and was buried at St Benet's, Paul's Wharf, London. 

Thomas Mudd, 

(Of Powles School), Exhibitioner, 1578-84 (at the suit of Mr. Nowel, Dean of 
Paul's) ; Peterhouse Camb. B.A. 1580 ; he Matriculated Sizar of Caius Coll. June, 
1577; Fellow of Pembroke Hall; M.A. 1584. He was living in 1590; see Ath. 
Cant. ii. 99. 

Robert Bartlett, 

" Some time a Scholar brought up in the Mercers' Chapelle." Exhibitioner, 1578-84 ; 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1581. 

'^ Cooper {A. C. ii. p. 232), says that he whence al.so Masters says that he was 
was Pensioner of St. John's, 1575, but the elected to Benet. 
School Accounts say he was of Peterhouse, 



1581-96] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 27 



1581—1596 
High Master JOHN HARRISON. 

October 8,. 1581. 

Born in London 1553, and educated at Eton, whence he became Scholar of King's 
College, Cambridge, 1570: Fellow 1573-79; B.A. 1574; M.A. 1578. He is 
mentioned in the Spending Book of Robert Nowel as "our cosyn," receiving 
gifts on many occasions. In 1585 he was made M.A. of Oxford. He engaged 
in a controversy with the Mercers' Comjjany on the subject of his salary and 
other matters which led to his leaving the school (see Fasti, 1595) ; Cooper 
(A.C.) states that be died in 1596. 

Surmaster 1581 Kichakd Levesey. 

November 17. 

Surmaster 1584 Walter Nethercoat. 

Lady Day. 
See among the Exhibitioners in Malym's time (1573-81). 

Surmaster 158t) Richard Smyth. 

Lady Day. 
See below among the Scholars. 

Under Usher Walter Daunter (continued). 

See before, 1573—1581. 

Under Usher 1583 George Shepparde. 

July 3. 
Of Christ's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1580 ; in 1583-84 he received £.2 towards his 
commencing M.A. 

Under Usher 1588 Wise (Withes). 

He died in 1589, and Harrison was his executor (.\.). 

Uider Usher 1590 Francis Herring (Hearinge). 

Having taken part in the controversy between Harrison and the Company (see Fasti, 
1595), he seems to have left the School at the same time as Harrison. He 
received a grant of £6 13s. id. in 1598-99. 



SCHOLARS. 

Richard Smyth, 

Son of William S. Exhibitioner 1582, Magdalen Coll. Oxford. Probably Sur- 
master of St. Paul's School from 1586-99, when he was pensioned, " being fallen into 
decay of his eyesight and impotency. " He was the Surmaster who took part in " the 
suit and controversy " between Harrison and the Mercers. There is a R. S. chorister 
of Magdalen ; matriculated 1581 (i)lebei fil.) ; aged 15 ; Clerk at JIagdalen 1585-89 ; 
B.A. 1584 (B.M.). 

Edward Sharpe, 

Exhibitioner 1582, Queens' Coll. Ca7nb. ; B.A. 15S0. 



28 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1551-96 

Lionel Holliman (Holyman), 

Exhibitioner 1583 or 1584. Trinity Coll. Camb. ; matriculated 1582; B.A. 1585; 
M. A. 1589 ; Fellow of Corpus Christi ; proceeded B.D. and was one of the University 
Preachers, 1597 ; vacated his Fellowship about 1598 (A. C). 

Willie Raven, 

"A poore scholar, formerly of Powles Schole,'" receives a benevolence of forty 
shillings, 1586. 

John Boyell (Boile), 

Exhibitioner 1587, Benet Coll. Camb. John Boyle of Beuet took his B.A. in 

1586; Dean of Lichfield, 1610; D.D. 1614; Bishop of Cork, 1618, holding the 

Sees of Pioss and Cloyne in commendam ; died July 10, 1620, aged 57, and was 
buried in the church at Youghal. 

John Bolde, 

Exhibitioner 1589, Magdalen Coll. Oxford ; Non-Foundationer, of Wilts ; Matricu- 
lated (min. fil.) October 10, 1589, aged 16 ; B.A. 

Adam Cooper (Cowper), 

Exhibitioner 1589, Emmanuel Coll. Camb. 

Edward Munnes, 

Exhibitioner 1589, Peterhouse, Camb. 

Andrew Sharpe, 

Exhibitioner 1590, Clare Hall, Camb. 

Francis Sturtivant, 

Exhibitioner 1591, Trinity Coll. Camb. 

John Gray, 

Exhibitioner 1591, Emmanuel Coll. Camb. 

Richard Danser (Daunser), 

Exhibitioner 1593, Trinity Coll. Camb. 

Roger Derhame, 

Exhibitioner 1593, Peterhouse, Camb. (Rob. Derham of Peterhouse takes his B.A. 
in 1602.) 

William Bourne, 

Received a gi'ant of £2 in 1592 with a promise of the next vacant Exhibition. 
Exhibitioner 1593, Christ Church, Oxford. In 1594-95 he received £5 to buy 
books. 

William Chauntrell, 

Exhibitioner 1595, Emmanuel Coll. Camb. 

John Preston, 

Peterhouse, Camb.; receives £5 in 1596-97 on commencing B.A.; and again in 
1601-2 he receives £5 "in regard of his poverty," when he is described as M.A. of 
Magdalen Coll. Camb. 



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1596-1608 
High Master RICHARD MULCASTER. 

Awjust 5, 1596. 

Said to have been Lorn in Carlisle ; etlucated at Eton whence he became Scholar of 
King's College, Cambridge, 1548 ; B.A. 1553 ; Student of Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1555; M.A. (Oxon.) 1556; First Head Master of Merchant Taylors' 
School, 1561-86 ; Vicar of Cranbrook, Kent, 1590-91 ; Prebendary of Yatesbury 
(Sarum), 1594 ; resigned the High JMastership, 1608, on a jiension of £66 13.s. id. 
a year, which was paid till Lady Day, 1610-11 ; Rector of Stanford Rivers, Essex ; 
Died 1611, and was buried at Stanford Rivers. Peter Mulcaster received a 
gratuity (£3 6s. 8rf.) April 30, 1628. Author of Positions respecting tho Training 
of Children, 1561 ; The first part of the Elementary which entreateth chiefly of 
the true writing of the English tongue, 1592 ; Catechismus Paulinus, written in 
long and short verse, 1599. 

Snnnastcr EiCHARD Smyth (continued). 

See under 1581—1596. 

Surmastcr 1599 James Parker. 

Died of the plague before Michaelmas, 1603. 

Surmastcr 1603-04 William Sound (Sond or Sounds). 

Died February 21, 1637 {Obituary of Rich. Smyth), and was buried at St. 
Augustine's Church (Register). His widow Mary continued to receive an allow- 
ance until 1659 ; and his daughter, Sarah Hide (widow), received grants in 1671 
and 1672. 

U^idcr Usher 1597 Christopher Johnson. 

Lady Day. 
He had previously taught the boys under Mulcaster (see Fasti, 1595). He retired iu 
1614, when he received a pension at the rate of £6 13s. id. a year and a grant 
of forty shillings. 

SCHOLARS. 
John Sandsbury, 

Exhibitioner 1596, St. John's College, Oxford. He is said to have been educated at 
^Merchant Taylors' School, and probably received his Exhibition on the recommen- 
dation of Mulcaster, the new High Master. He was elected to St. John's, 1592 ; 
P.. A. 1597 ; M.A. 1601. In 1605-6 he received a grant of £3 6.9. Srf. towards his 
commencement ; B.D. 1608. He died in 1610. 

Michael Boyle (Boile, Boyell), 

Son of Michael B. of the parish of St. Mary, Magd , Milk St., London. Exhibitioner 
1597, St. John's College, Oxford. He is also said to have been educated at Merchant 
Taylors' School (see above). He was elected to St. John's, 1592 ; B.A. 1597 ; M.A. 
1601 ; B.D. 1607 ; D.D. 1611 ; Vicar of Finden, Northants, 1610 ; Dean of Lismore, 
1614 ; Bishop of "Waterford and Lismore, 1619. He was also Archdeacon of Cork, 
1613, and of Cloyne, 1613 ; Chancellor of Lismore, 1621, and Treasurer of Water- 
ford, 1621 ; with several other pieces of preferment in various dioceses. He died 
1635, and was buried in Holy Trinity Church, Waterford (A.O.). 

Samuel Browne, 

Exhibitioner 1597. He was bom near Shrewsbury, and became a servitor at All 
Souls' Coll. Oxford, 1594, aged 19 ; B.A. 1601 ; M.A. 1605 ; Preacher at St. Mary's, 
Shrewsbury ; Died 1632. Author of the Sum of the Christian Religion by way of 
Catechism ; and Certain Prayers, LoiuloTi, 1630. 



30 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1596-1608 

Richard Boyle (Boiell), 

London. Exhibitioner 1597, St. John's Coll. Cambridge ; incorporated M.A. of 
Oxford, 1601 ; Dean of Waterford, 1604 ; Archdeacon of Limerick, 1605 ; Bishop 
of Cork, Cloyne, and Eoss, 1620, when he was allowed to hold all his former bene- 
fices in comincndam, except the Deanery of Waterford ; Archbishop of Tuam, 1638. 

William Braddishe, 

Educated at Powles School. Exhibitioner 1597, Emmannel Coll. Camb. ; in 1698-99 
he received a grant (£3 6s. 9>d.) " towards payment of his debts owing to the late 
dere yeres" (a.); again in 1600-1 £5 towards his M.A. ; and in 1603-4 £10 
" towards payment of his debts." 

Thomas Martyn, 

Exhibitioner 1598, Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

Daniel Votier, 

Exliibitioner 1598, Trin. Coll. Camb. (sic) ; he received £3 6s. 8d. towarls B.A. 15 
April, 1602 ; again a grant towards his M.A. 1606, when he is described as of Trin. 
Coll. Oxford. In 1609-10 he receives £2 for his Sermon which he made before the 
Mercers, and for his charges in coming. 

John Hassall (Halsall), 

Exhibitioner 1599, New Coll. Oxford ; Fellow of New, 1594-1603 ; B.C.L. ; created 
D.D. 1625; Preb. of Eccleshall (Lichfield), 1602; Dean of Norwich, 1628. He 
died "in the times of the usurpation" (A. 0.). The Count Palatine and the Lady 
Elizabeth, his most royal spouse, were his especial patrons. 

Arthur Best, 

Exhibitioner 1599, Pembroke Hall, Camb. ; B.A. 1602. 

John Woodford, 

Exhibitioner 1599, Balliol Coll. Oxford. 

George Walter, 

He received a grant towards commencement (1600-1), £5. 

Humphrey Moorer, 

Exhibitioner 1600, Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb. ; in 1605-6 he received a grant 
towards commencement. 

Thomas Wilkinson, 

Exhibitioner 1601, Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1605 ; he received in that year a grant 
towards commencement, £5. 

Richard Pemberton, 

Exhibitioner 1601, Pembroke Hall, Camb. ; in 1601 he received a grant of twenty 
shillings at his going to the Univer.sity ; B.A. 1605 ; Fellow 1608 ; a benefactor to 
Pembroke Library. 

William Hodgin, 

1602-3, " For books for W. H. a poore scholar in Ponies Schole," 5s. id. 

Joseph Wiborne, 

Trin. Coll. Camb. 1602 ; April 15, a grant (£5) ; again, 1604-5 a benevolence (£5), 
1605-6, towards commencement, £3 6s, 8d. 

Anthony Flower, 

Exhibitioner 1 602, Cambridge. 

Deliverance Wilton, 

Exhibitioner 1604-18, Demy of Magd. Coll. Oxford ; B.A. 1609 ; M.A. (of Magdalen 
Hall, which then formed part of the College, and where he was probably a tutor) 
1612 ; B.D. 1619 ; D.D. 1621 ; Fellow 1610 ; Praelector of Hcb. 1622-24 ; Bur.sar 
1622 and 1626 ; resigned his Fellowship, 1627. Author of some lines in Luctus 
Posthumtos, 1612-, &c. 

Alexander Howe, 

Exhibitioner 1604, Corpus Christi Coll. Oxford ; in 1605-6 he received £3 6s, M. 
towards commencement ; and on March 11, 1610, a gratuity. 

Richard Paskall, 

Exhibitioner 1604, Pembroke Hall, Camb. 



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1596-1608] SCHOLARS OF ST PAUL'S SCHOOL. 31 

Daniel Washborne, 

Exhibitioner 1604, St. John's Coll. Oxford. 

— Phillips, 

Son of John P. some time a scholar in St. Paul's School, 1604-5. A payment is 
made to J. P. for his son's ijrefeniient at the University, and "in regard that he 
missed the Comjfany's nomination to St. Mighel's in the Koyal " (a.). 

— Moure, 

Some time of Jesus College, Oxford ; received a grant towards commencement, 1604. 

Richard Culverwell, 

Exhibitioner 1605, Exeter Coll. Oxford. 

Heiiry Wilkinson, 

E.xhibitioner 1605, Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1608. 

— Stockwood, 

1605-6, " To one Stockwood, a poor scholar in Cambridge, £2 " (a.). 

Christopher Hely, (?) 

1606-7, grant of twenty shillings, to buy him books. 
John Chappell, 

Exhibitioner 1607, Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1607, grant towards commence- 
ment, £5. 

John Toose, 

St. John's Coll. Oxford ; 1606, June 19, a grant towards commencement. Probably 
J. Towse, son of William T. admitted to Merchant Taylors' School, March 31, 1600 ; 
elected to St. John's, 1603 ; M.A. 1611. 

Richard Worsley, 

Exhibitioner 1607-13, Magdalen Coll. Oxford; Non-Foundationer; matriculated 
(plebei fil.) July 3, 1607, aged 18 ; B.A. (St. Mary Hall) 1610 ; 1637-38, K. W. 
"a poor Minister," has a grant of £2 (a.). 

John Goodridge, 

Exhibitioner 1607, Clare Hall, Camb. 
Robert Smith, 

Exhibitioner 1607, Emmanuel Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1613. 
John Johnson, 

Exhibitioner 1607-18, Pembroke Hall, Cambridge ; 1608, June 24, twenty shillings 
were lent him to buy books, and afterwards forgiven him ; B.A. 1611 ; Fellow 1613. 
He had the College title for Orders, 1618. A benefactor to Pemb. Library. 

Thomas Skatlyng (Scatlin), 

Exhibitioner 1607, Clare.Hall, Camb. ; B.A. 1609, when also he receives a grant of 
£1 6s. 8d. in regard of his poverty. 

Richard Baker (alias Tomkins), 

Exhibitioner 1609. On February 19, 1611, he was paid £2 "and his Exliib. to 
cease" (a.). 

Richard Chappell, 

1608-9, gi-ant of £4 to K. C. a scholar. 
William Rippon (Rippin), 

Exhibitioner 1609, St. Join's Coll. Oxford. Said to have been educated at Merchant 
Taylors' School ; elected to St. John's, 1607 ; B.A. 1611-12 ; M.A. 1615. 



32 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1608-35 



1608-1635 
High Master ALEXANDER GILL. 

March 10, 1608. 

Born in Lincolnsliire ; Scholar of Corpus Cliristi College, Oxford, 1583 ; B.A. 
1586 ; M.A. 1589. He was living in Norwich in 1597. He died November 
17, 1635, and was buried in Mercers' Chapel. His widow Elizabeth continued 
to receive a pension till 1647-48, and Annah Banister, "daughter of old Jlr. 
Gill," received a grant in 1665-66, and again, as a widow, in 1672-73. He 
was the author of a Treatise concerning the Trinity in Unity ; Logonomia Anglica 
qua gentis sernio facilius addiscitur, London, 1621 ; Sacred Philosophy of Holy 
Scripture (a commentary on the Creed), 1635. 

Surmastcr William Sound (continued). 

See before, 1596—1608. 

Under Usher Christopher Johnson {continued). 

See before, 1596—1608. 

Under Usher 1614 Oliver Smythe. 

Lady Bay. 

Under Usher 1621 Alexander Gill, the Younger. 

Ilichacliiias. 

Succeeded his father as High Master. Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1612, 
which see. 

Under Usher 1628 George Gill. 

3Iichaelmas. 
Afterwards Surmaster. Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1615, which see. 



SCHOLARS. 

Roger Davies, 

A poor Scholar, £2 grant, August 14, 1610. 

Alexander Gill, 

Son of the High Master. Exhibitioner 1612 (aged 15), of Woodham (Wadham) 
College, Oxford (one of the first Bible Clerks, admitted April 20, 1613) ; B.A. 1615 ; 
M.A. (of Trinity College, where he had been part of his time as undergraduate) 
1619; B.D. 1627 (grant of £10); D.D. 1636. At Michaelmas 1621, he became 
Under Usher of St. Paul's School, which post he held till Michaelmas 1628 : in which 
year he was involved in considerable trouble for reckless expressions regarding the 
King and the Duke of Buckingham (see A.O. 1628), being condemned to degradation 
and severe punishment by the Star Chamber. In 1631 he received a gratuity of £5, 
and 1633 £10, and again in 1634. He was elected High Master November 18, 1635, 
on the day after his father's death : but was removed from his post for excessive 
severity in 1640, with a pension of £25 per annum, which ceased at his death in 
1642. He was author of Arithmcticoruiii 'Avd/j.^'-qa-is, Panthea, A Song of Victory 
upon the proceedings and succrss of the Wars undertaken by the most puissant King of 
Sweden, London, 1632, 'EipripuKov, Udp^pya, and some MSS. verses. 



i5o8-3S] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 33 



Bartilmew Kempe, 

Exliibitionei- 1612, Pembroke Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1616. 

Barten Hollidaie (Holyday), 

Son of Thomas H. of Oxford. Exhibitioner 1612, Christ Church, Oxford (where he 
is said to have been a choir-boy) ; Student of Christ Church ; B.A. 1615. He was a 
famous preacher and chaijlain to Charles I. ; Archdeacon of Oxford, 1626 ; created 
D.D. 1642. He died in 1661, and was buried in Christ Church Cathedral. 
Translator of Persius, Juvenal, and Horace. 

Thomas Hill, 

Exhibitioner (for seven years) 1613, Christ Church, Oxford, but he does not appear 
to have drawn his Exhibition after 1616. 

John Eeade, 

Exhibitioner 1613-18. 

William Cogram, 

Exhibitioner 1613-21, New College, Oxford. Son of Oliver C, who receives a 
grant in 1613 towards placing his son at the University. He appears to have died 
at College, as on August 17, 1621, Oliver C. receives a grant of 50s. " towards the 
huriall of his son." 

Thomas Jackson, 

Exliibitioner 1614-21, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1619. 

Nicholas Padmore, 

Exhibitioner 1614-23, Benet College, Cambridge; B.A. 1617 ; M.A. 1621. 

John Garfield, 

Exhibitioner 1614-23, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1618. 

George Gill, 

Exhibitioner 1615-26, Trinity College, Oxford ; M.A. 1623 (when he received a 
grant of £10) ; Under Usher of St. Paul's School, 1628-37 ; Surmaster 1637-40. 
He died before Lady Day, 1639-40, and his widow received a pension which was 
continued after her second marriage to one Merry, by whom she was again left a 
widow in 1647. 

Godfrey Petley, 

Exhibitioner '1616-19. 

Thomas Bunbury, 

Exhibitioner 1617-27, Balliol College, Oxford; D.D. 1645; Vicar of St. Mary, 
Reading ; suffered for the Royal cause. 

John Hodgett, 

Exhibitioner 1617-27, Exeter College, Oxford ; grant towards commencing M.A. 
(October 1, 1621) £4. 

John Shilton (^Shelton), 

Exhibitioner 1617-24, Pembroke Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1621. 

Richard Jaggard (Jagger), 

Possibly son of William J., printer. Exhibitioner 1617-26, Magdalen College, 
Oxford: possibly identical with Richard Taggart, chorister of Magdalen 1616 (17) 
Matriculated (plebei fil) 1621 ; B.A. (Magdalen Hall) 1623. 

Ralph Rotheram, 

Exhibitioner 1618-28, St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1622, grant of £5 
(? towards M.A.) 1628. 

William Grave, 

Exhibitioner 1618-28, Pembroke Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1622. 

Robert Butterfield, 

Exhibitioner 1618-24, Trinity College, Oxford. He appears to have published a 
defence of Bishop Hall against H. Bui'ton, in conjunction with H. Cholmely. 

Henry ffrauncis, 

Exhibitioner 1619-25, Pembroke Hal], Cambridge; B.A. 1623. He received a 
gratuity of £5 for his riding charges, February 18, 1623. 

D 



34 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1608-35 

John Mathewe, 

Apparently son of John M., the Porter, who receives a grant, 1619-20, " a gratuity 
given to his sou toward apparelling him to the University, £5." Exhibitioner 
1620-26, Pembroke Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1623. 

Richard Tedder, 

Exhibitioner 1621-27, Jesus College, Cambridge. (There is a Kichard Futter of 
Jesus, B.A. 1626, in the Cole MS. List of B.A.'s.) 

Thomas Heath, 

Exhibitioner 1621-29, Lincoln College, Oxford. T. H. of All Souls' is B.C.L. 1631, 
and of Merton, D.C.L. 1634. 

Nathaniel Gill, 

Exhibitioner 1621-32, Trinity College, Oxford. He received a gratuity of £10, April 
20, 1632, again of £5 in 1639-40, and of £5, June 27, 1656. 

Edward Lane, 

St. John's College, Cambridge; B.A. (probably) 1625; M.A. ; Vicar of North 
Stredbury in Essex, 1630 ; Vicar of Spersholt. Author of Look unto Jesiis, 1663, 
Mercy Triumphant, 1680. 

Charles Diodati (Deodatus), 

Son of Theodore D., Doctor of Medicine. Proceeded from St. Paul's School to 
Trinity College, Oxford, in 1621-22 ; left College as MA. 1628 ; practised physic 
in Cheshire ; died 1638. To him are addressed two of Milton's Latin letters — the 
first and sixth Elegies and the fourth Sonnet. In the Introduction to the Epitaphium 
Damonis he is described as "ingenio, doctrina cfeterisque clarissimis virtutibua 
juvenis egregius." 

Richard Turk, 

Exhibitioner 1622-32, Magdalen College, Oxford ; afterwards (1628) of St. Edmund 
Hall ; B.A. 1626. 

John Eicketts, 

Exhibitioner 1622 -32, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; subsequently of Jesus College ; 
B.A. 1625 ; receives a grant towards M.A. May 13, 1629 ; and on February 28, 1633, 
he receives a benevolence of £3 6s. 8rf. " to fit him to provide himself for a small 
benefice lately bestowed upon him." 

Thomas Horton, 

Exhibitioner 1623-33, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1625 ; he receives a 
grant towards M.A. 1629-30, and in 1633-34 a gratuity of £10. 

Nathaniel Harwood, 

Exhibitioner 1623-32, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1627 ; he receives a grant 
towards M.A. 1630-31. The first two quarters of his Exhibition were paid by Sir 
Baptist Hicks (founder of the Campden Exhibitions), and were repaid to him by the 
Company, 1624-25 (a). 

William Burton, 

Exhibitioner 1624-32, Queen's College, Oxford. Migrated to Gloucester Hall 1629, 
where he was Greek lecturer ; B.C.L. 1630, when he received a gi-ant of £6 13s. 4(i. 
On February 16, 1642, he received a present of £6 13s. 4:d. in lieu of a book which he 
presented to the Company. Head Master of the Grammar School, Kingston-upon- 
Thames ; died 1657. Author of Gracce linquce Historia, Veteri3 linguce Persicm 
Historia, Annotations on the First Epistle of Clement the Apostle tu the Corinthians, 
1647, A Commentary on Antoninus, his Itinerary of the Eoman Empire, so far as it 
concerncth Britain, published after his death, 1658 ; he also translated The Beloved 
City of Alstedius. 

Robert Pory, 

Son of Robert P. ; admitted Pensioner of Christ's College, 1624-25; B.A. 1628; 
S.T.P. (by the King's Mandate "for his particular and eminent sufferings for Our 
self and the Church") 1660; Rector of St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, London, 
and of Thorley, Herts, 1640 : from which he was driven during the rebellion, but 
was restored in 1660 ; resigned them the same j'ear when he became Archdeacon of 
Middlesex, Rector of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, and Prebendary of Willesden in 
St. Paul's Cathedral ; Chaplain to Bishop Juxon ; resigned St. Botolph's in 1662, 
and became Rector of Much Hadham, Herts ; was incorporated D.D. of Oxford, 
1663 ; died 1669 (November 28, 1668, in the Obituary of Eichard Smith). 



1836e05 

i6o8-3s] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 35 

JOHN MILTON, 

Son of John M., scrivener ; born 1608 ; entered St. Paul's School probably in 1620 
(see Masson) ; Pensioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, February 12, 1624-25 ; B. A. 
1628. In 1629 he wrote his Nativity Ode; M.A. 1632. In 1634 Goimis was acted 
at Ludlow, before which he had written L' Allegro, II Penscroso, and Arcades ; 
incorporated M. A. of Oxford, 1635 ; Zj/ciVte was written in 1637, and the Epitaplmim 
Damonis (on the death of Charles Diodati) in 1639. From 1640 to 1660 he published 
numerous Treatises on religious and political subjects, including the Areopagitica 
(1644), a speech for the liberty of unlicensed printing, the tractate "of Education " 
(1644), and Defemio pro poptoloAnglicano, 1651. From 1648 to 1659 he was Secretary 
for Foreign Tongues to the Council of State, but on the Restoration he withdrew into 
private life. The first edition of PARADISE LOST appeared in 1667, and the 
second in 1674. In 1669 he published The History of England, and in 1671 Samson 
Agonvites and Paradise Regained. He died November 8 (November 15 in the 
Obituary of Richard Smith), 1674, and was buried on the 12th in St. Giles', 
Cripplegate. 

Colonel Duncombe, 

" Often Dr. Gill whipped Duncombe, who was afterwards a Colonel of Dragoons at 
Edgehill fight." — MS. of Aubrey, quoted in Masson's Milton. 

Nicholas Woollaston, 

" The poore schollar that sweepeth Paul's School"^ for | year wages (1624-25) 20.'!. 

John Slater, 

Exhibitioner 1625-33, Keyes {i.e. Caius) College, Cambridge ; B.A. (of Pembroke 
Hall) 1628, when he receives a grant, as also towards his M.A. in 1631-32. 

Henry Meryell (Myriell), 

Son of Alice Merial {sic), widow. Exhibitioner 1625-35, Benet College, Cambridge; 
B.A. 1629, when he receives a grant, as also towards his M.A. 1632-33. In 1640-41 
he presented the Assistants with books, and received £13 6s. 8(i. ; was incorporated 
B.D. of Oxford, 1642 ; died 1643, aged 33, and was buried in All Saints' Church, 
Oxford. He edited (probably in 1641) Daily Devotions ; or the Christian's Morning 
and Evening Sacrifice ; a popular collection of prayers and meditatoins commonly 
attributed to Colet (but see Lupton's Colet on the Sacraments), a memoir of whom 
by Thomas Fuller is prefixed to the work. 

Augustine Harwood, 

Exhibitioner 1627-29, Queens' College, Cambridge. 

William Chambers, 

"A student in the University and formerly scholar," June 25, 1627, £5 (a). 

Thomas Skynner, 

Exhibitioner 1627-30, Christ Church, Oxford. T. S. of St. John's was created 
M.D. 1672. 

Eoger Ashton, 

Exhibitioner 1627-37, Pembroke Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1631, when he received a 
gi-ant ; Fellow 1634 ; ejected 1644, but restored in 1660 ; D.D. 1663 ; Vicar of St. 
Andrew's in Plymouth, Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral. A benefactor of Pembroke 
Library. 

George Harris, 

" A poor scholler in Cambridge, some time of this School, towards his commencement 
£5," 1627-28 (a). G. H. of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, takes his B.A. 1627. 
Probably the G. H. who was Under Usher of' St. Paul's School 1641-47. He was 
dismissed on April 9, 1647, "in regard that he deserted the Scheie of his own 
accord " (m). 

^ See Colet's Statutes (Appendix B.), harder work, after paying whom he kept 

under the heading "The Children." This the rest of the stipend for himself. I am 

is the first record that I have found con- inclined to think that the Poor Scholar 

ceming the Porter or Poor Scholar. The acted as librarian, and that this was the 

post continued to be held by one of the origin of Ihe annual grant of £30 to the 

boys through the century ; it was generally Captain of the School for acting as librarian, 

held for one year, sometimes longer. He which continued till 1876. (See Note under 

was allowed to employ a deputy for the S. Johnson, Exhibitioner, 1064.) 

D 2 



36 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1608-35 

Charles Gataker (Gatacre), 

Sou of Thomas G. Entered Sidney-Susses College, Cambridge (at the age of 16) ; 
B.A. 1632 ; removed to Pembroke College, Oxford ; admitted M.A. 1636 ; said to 
have been Chaplain to Lucius Cary, Viscount Falkland ; Rector of Hoggeston, 
Bucks, 1647, where he died in 1680, aged 67. Author of The Way of Truth and 
Peace, 1670, The Papists' Bait, 1674, Examination of the Case of the Quakers, 1675, 
Ichnogra'phia Dodrince do Justificatione, 1681. 

Stephen Jones, 

1628, August 8, " a poor Scholar of Paul's School, a gratuity of £5 " (a). 

William Griffith, 

"Poore Scholar" 1626-30 ; Exhibitioner 1629-33, Gloucester Hall, Oxford. 

John Callis, 

On February 17, 1629, the complaint of a scholar (J. C.) against Mr. A. Gill was 
brought before the Court of Assistants (m) ; Exhibitioner 1629-34, Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1633, when he receives a grant. 

Rowland Nichols, 

Exhibitioner 1629-39, Queen's College, Oxford ; he receives a gratuity of £2 in 
1639-40 ; R. N. (of Magdalen College) became B.D. 1646, and was subsequently 
Chancellor of Carlisle. 

Edward Powell, 

Exhibitioner 1629-36, Balliol College, Oxford ; he receives a grant towards his B.A. 
in 1632-33, and towards his M A. in 1636-37. He was Under Usher of St. Paul's 
School 1640-41, and Surmaster 1641 to Lady Day 1646-47, when he resigned. On 
October 26, 1643, Mary Powell, wife of the Schoolmaster of St. Paul's School, 
applied for a pass into Berkshire and back. 

Edward Lightborne, 

Exhibitioner 1630-37, Clare Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1635. In 1637 he is described 
as of Queen's College, Oxford. 

John Man, 

" Poore Scholar," 1629-30, Exhibitioner 1630-37, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1634. 

Thomas Barnard, 

"1630, May 12, T. B., a poor scholar of St. Paul's School, a gratuity of £5 " (a). 
"John Barnard of Christ's College, Cambridge, takes his B.A. 1630. 

John Poole, 

1630, February 1, a scholar in Cambridge, towards his M.A. £10. John Powle of 
Benet College "takes his B.A. 1626. 

Bartholomew Barnes (Baron), 

Some time a scholar, towards bis M.A. £10, 1630-31 ; Under Usher of St. Paul's 
School, 1638-40. He is mentioned as interfering to rescue John Bennett from 
Dr. Gill's violence. 

John Smithson, 

Exhibitioner 1631-37, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1636. On April 11, 
1638, John Smith (? Smithson) received £5 towards his M.A. 

Samuel Garrard, 

Exhibitioner 1631-41, Pembroke Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1635. In 1638 39 he 
receives a gratuity of £3 6s. 8fZ. 

James Withers, 

Exhibitioner 1632-39, Balliol College, Oxford ; he received a gi-atuity (February 7, 
1631) of £5, in 1636 £5 towards his B.A. ; he died at Oxford in 1639, and his 
mother, Anne Withers, received a gratuity towards the charges of burying him. 

George Lawrence, 

Exhibitioner 1632-40, New Inn Hall, Oxford. In 1632-33 he received a gratuity 
of £4 to buy books, and two gratuities in 1638-39 ; M.A 1639. 

Nathaniel Culverwell, 

Exhibitioner 1632-42, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1636. 



r6o8-35] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. . 37 

Charles Scarborough, 

Exhibitioner 1632-42, Goiiville and Gains College, Cambridge ("an ingeniose young 
student," Auhrnfs Letters) ; B.A. 1636 ; M.A. 1640 ; Fellow ; incorijorated M.D. 
of Merton College, Oxford, 1646, and began to practise in London ; became principal 
physician to Charles IL in 1669, and was knighted. He continued physician to 
James H. and William III., dying in 1693, aged 79. He lectured for sixteen years 
at Surgeon's Hall on the Muscles of the Human Body, and was characterised as "a 
learned and incomparable Anatomist " {Pcpys). He was the author of Syllabus Mus- 
culorum, and a Treatise on Trigonometry, and is said to have methodised Lily's 
Grammar (Fuller's TVorthies). He was a benefactor to St. Paul's School Library 
in 1674 and 1675. 

Christopher Milton, 

Brother of John M. ; born 1615 ; took the Royalist side, and was fined £200 for 
serving as Commissioner of Sequestrations for the king ; resided in Exeter during 
the siege, 1646 ; bencher of the Inner Temple ; Serjeant-at-Law, April 21, 1686 ; 
Baron of the Exchequer, April 24, 1686 ; knighted by James II. ; Chief Justice of 
Common Pleas, April 18, 1687 ; dismissed July 3, 1688. He was suspected of 
leaning to the Church of Rome. He died at Rushmore, near Ipswich, and was 
buried in the Church of St. Nicholas, Ipswich, 1692-93, of which town he had 
been nominated deputy-recorder by Charles II. 

Samuel Cheney, 

Exhibitioner 1633-39, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1637 (when he received 
a grant). He received £5 in 1640-41. 

Robert Ellyson, 

Exhibitioner 1633-36, St. John's College, Oxford. 

Richard Shalmer, 

He receives a benevolence (£8 6s. %d.) in 1632-33. 

William Blackmore (Blackamore), 

Exhibitioner 1634-43, Lincoln College, Oxford. In 1634-35 he receives a benevo- 
lence (£3 6s. M.), in 1638-39 '(probably for his B.A.) £5, and in 1640-41 (probably 
for his M.A.) £6 13s. U. 

Samuel Swan,^ 

Campdeu Exhibitioner, 1634, Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Richard Culverwell,^ 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1634, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1638. 

Samuell Anthony, 

Son of John A., Medical Professor of London ; born at Ipswich ; entered St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 1634, aged about 16, after five years at St. Paul's School ; 
B.A. 1638. 

^ These appear to have been the first to advance the necessary funds until the 
Exhibitioners elected under Lord Camp- money came in from the property be- 
den's bequest. The Company undertook queathed for the Foundation. 



38 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1635-40 



1635-1640 
High Master ALEXANDER GILL. 

November 18, 1635. 

Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School 1612, which see. In 1639 a complaint was made 
against him for violence and excessive severity towards a boy named Bennett : 
and he received a warning that he would not be re-elected at the annual 
re-election of masters in 1640. He seems to have given the Court some 
trouble, as there is an item of £13 Is. l\cl. in the accounts, "charges for displacing 
Dr. Gill : " and further in the accounts for 1639-40 he is paid only the stipend 
allowed by the founder, all extra payments and gratuities being stopped. 
However, on February 22, 1640, he was granted an allowance of £25, annually 
renewable : and in the course of the year received £50 in full of all demands. 
He only lived to draw his allowance for a year and a half. 

Sitrmaster William Sound (continued). 

See before, 1596—1608. 

Surmaster 1637 George Gill. 

March 3. 
Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1615, which see. 

Surmaster 1639-40 John Baldwin. 

Lady Day. 

A John Baldwin was created B.C.L. of Oxford, 1643, "for his loyalty and faithful 
service to his Majesty," though it does not appear that he had been educated at 
any university (A.O.). 

vtler Usher} ^^^^^^ ^^^^ (continued). 

Chapleynor } ^^gg Bartholomew Baron. 
Under Usher J 

Alias Barnes, see Scholars of St. Paul's School, 1630 — 31, 

?J''fTr \ 1640 Edward Powell. 
Under Usher ) 

Midsummer. 
Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1629, which see. 



1635-40] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 39 



SCHOLARS. 

Thomas Johnson, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1635-43, ^ Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1639, when he 
receives a grant of £5, which is repeated in 1642-43. 

Samuel Crosse, 

Son of Robert C, gentleman of London, Pauline Exhibitioner, 1635-42, entered 
St. John's College, Cambridge, after three years at St. Paul's School, March 13, 
1635, aged 16. 

Richard Pye, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1635, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1639. He receives 
a grant of £8 in 1641-42. 

Richard Glover, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1635, Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Daniel Barnes, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1635, Trinity College, Cambridge. He receives a present 
of £4 in 1640-41. 

Daniel Latham, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1639, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1640. 

George Ricketts, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1637-43, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1640, when he 
receives a grant of £4. 

Thankfull Owen, 

Son of Philip 0. of Taplow. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1637-50, Exeter College, 
Oxford ; B.A. 1639 ; Fellow of Lincoln, 1642 ; M.A. 1646. He receives grants 
of £5 in 1642, and £6 13,s. 4d. in 1645. In 1650 he was Proctor, and also became 
President of St. John's College, Oxford, but was ejected in 1660. He was a celebrated 
supporter of the Independent Cause ; he died in Hatton Garden in 1681, and was 
buried in Bunhill Fields. He is otherwise known by the L»tinized form of his 
name. Gracious Owen, 

Anthony Cherry, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1637-43, Queen's College, Oxford. 

William Hippesley, 

"Poor Scholar," 1636-37 (for a year and a half), Pauline Exhibitioner, 1637-42, 
Trinity College, Oxford, whence he migrated to Gloucester Hall, 1641. He receives 
a gratuity of £5 to buy books in 1636-37, and again £6 13s. Ad. in 1641-42. 

John Cox, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1637-43, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1641. 

John Amery, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1639-41, Pembroke Hall, Cambridge. 

John Bennett, 

" Poor Scholar," 1637-38 (three-quarters of a year), Pauline Exhibitioner, 1639-43, 
Trinity College, Cambridge, It was for violent treatment of this boy, that Dr. 
Gill was eventually "displaced." He and his brother were expelled by the High 
Master but readmitted February 18, 1639. 

^ With regard to these and the sue- February 7th, 1643, the Court postponed 

ceeding Exhibitioners, it must be remem- the question of Exhibitions till "when 

bered that hardly any payments were made it shall please God the time be more 

between 1643 and 1647. There are a few settled." (m.) See Fasti, under date, 
in 1644 and 1646, but none in 1645. On 



40 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



[1635-40 



Thomas Smith, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1639-43, he was restored to his Exhibition, March 23, 1646, 
and it continued till 1652, Christ's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1643 ; M.A. 1660 ; 
University Librarian, 1659-61. He receives a grant of £6 13s. 4tZ. in 1646-47, 
of A' 5 on February 4, 1652, and again of £5 on October 5, 1653 ; died September 
27, 1661 ; Author of a translation of Dean Colet's Sermon before Convocation; also 
of a Life of Dean Gold, translated from Erasmus' account of him ; he alsa 
translated Dalleus dc usu Patrum. 

Thomas Arris, 

Son of- Edward A., surgeon, born in Smithfield ; entered St. John's College, 
Cambridge, June 29, 1639 (aged 17) ; B.A. 1642. 

John Hurt, 

Son of W. Hurte (sic), merchant, born in London ; entered St. John's College, 
Cambridge, July 4, 1640 (aged 18), after seven years at St. Paul's School. He 
petitioned for an Exhibition February 4, 1639, but was refused. 

William Hunter, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, February 4, 1639, but was refused. 

William Thomas, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1639-52, Wadham College, Oxford. He receives a gratuity 
(£6 13s. id.) in 1646 ; W. T. (of Trinity College, Oxford) took his M.D. 1645. 

Alexander Smith, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1639-47, Balliol College, Oxford. He receives a gratuity 
(£6 13s. id.) in 1646, and again (£5) in 1648. 

Alexander Kersley, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1639-47, BalHol College, Oxford. He receives a gratuity 
(£6 13s. 4(1) in 1646. 

Hurafry Drake, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1640-49, Wadham College, Oxford. He receives a gratuity 
(£6 13s. 4(/.) in 1646, and again (£4) in 1647-48. 



1640-57] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 41 



1640—1657 
High Master JOHN LANGLEY, 

January 7. 

Born near Banbury. Magdalen Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1616 ; M.A. 1619 ; became 
Master of the College School at Gloucester, and Prebendary of the Cathedral, 
where he remained twenty years ; when he was elected High Master Mr. Lloyd 
and Mr. Minors were disappointed suitors and received a present of £4. Dr. 
Gill, the displaced High Master, also received a few votes. He was one of the 
witnesses against Archbishop Laud at his trial. He was appointed one of 
the censors of the Press under the Act of 1643. He died September 13, 1657, 
and was buried in Mercers' Chapel. His funeral sermon was preached by 
Dr. Edward Reynolds (afterwards Bishop of Norwich) who says that he was 
"a great Antiquary," "a most judicious Divine," " Pausanias was not more 
learned in the description of Greece than he of England," "it might be said of 
him 'doctum in hoc uno crederes quodcunque diceret.' " He recommended 
his successor (Mr. Crumlum) on his death-bed. Author of Totius Rhetoricw 
adumhratio in usum Schol. Paul. 1644 ; Introdxietion of Grammar ; and a 
translation of Polidwe Vergil de rerum inventorihus, 1663 (but this latter is 
attributed also to Thomas Langley). 

Stcrmaster 1640 John Baldwin (continued). 

See before, 1635—1640. 

Surmastcr 1641 Edward Powell. 

Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School 1629, which see. 

Simnaster 1646-47 Samuel Crumlum. 

Lady Day. 
Subsequently High Master 1657—1672, which see. 

Surmaster 1651 William Cox. 

But in the Accounts 1657 he is called John Cox. 

U'lider Usher \ ^^^^ Edward Powell (continued), 
or Chaplin j ^ ' 

Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School 1629, which see. 

Under Usher 



>■ 1641 George Harris. 



or Chaplin 

Scholar of St. Paul's School 1627, which see 



l^?^*'l 1647 John Mason. 
m j 



Under Usher 
or Chccplir 

Midsummer. 

He continued Under Usher till 1675, when he retired on a pension of £20 a year. 
He appears to have been in continual distress for money, frequently receiving 
extra grants " for his gi'eat charge " : in 1654, for the sickness of his wife ; for 
himself and his wife much afflicted with sickness (1656 and 1657) ; for the 
loss sustained by him by thieves (1657) ; but he appears to have given gi-eat 
satisfaction, frequently receiving rewards for his great pains, especially in 1657, 
during the vacancy of the High Mastership, and in 1672, during the long illness 
of Mr. Bull, and at Mr. Crumlum's death. 



42 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1640-57 



SCHOLARS. 
Raph Ash, 

Poor Scholar, 1640-41. 

Matthew Hunter, 

Pauline Exliibitioner, 1641-52, Queen's College, Oxford ; lie received £5 in 1640-41, 
£6 13s. id. in 1646, £3 in 1647-48, and £5 in 1653. 

Edmund Man, 

Pauline Exliibitioner, 1641-43, Wadham College, Oxford. 

John Higgins, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1641-47, Peterhouse, Cambridge ; B.A. 1645. He received 
a grant of £5 in 1641-42, £5 in 1646, and in the same year £6 13s. id. In 1647 
the Coui-t ordered inquiiies to be made about him. 

— Parsons, 

On February 7, 1642, at the request of the High Master this boy was removed from 
the School because he was troubled with the falling sickness. 

Christopher Hill, 

Received a grant of £3 in 1641-42, 

Thomas Jessop, 

Son of Thomas J. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1642 and 1646-50, Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge; B.A. (of Peterhouse) 1646, when he receives grants of £5 and 
£6 13s. id. 

Toby (Thomas) Harvest, 

Son of Toby H. Pauline Exhibitioner, May 16, 1643 ; he was re-elected to his 
Exliibition March 23, 1646, and continued till 1648 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1646 (as Tobit Harvest). 

James Valentine, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1642, 1643, and 1644, but the Court were unable to 
give it for want of funds, but made him a grant in the last year ; Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1648. 

Thomas Hearne, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1643, but the Court were unable to grant it. 

Michael lies, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1643, but the Court were unable to grant it ; Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1648. 

Peter Smith, 

Poor Scholar, 1640-44. 

Vincent Byfield, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1644, but was refused for want of funds. 

Joseph Sedgewick, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1644, but was only granted a benevolence. He 
went to St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge, and petitioned again in 1648, when he 
received a grant of £4 ; B.A. 1648. 

Nathaniel Sterry, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1644, but was refused for want of funds ; Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1648. 

Francis Quinton, 

Poor Scholar, 1644. 

Robert Hearne, 

Received a grant of £5, November 1, 1645. 



1640-57] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 43 

Peter Pett, 

Son of Peter P. of Deptford, Master Shipbuilder to the King. Entered Sidney- 
Sussex College, Cambridge, 1645 ; entered Pembroke College, Oxford, 1647 ; 
incorporated B.A. 1648 ; Fellow of All Souls', 1648 ; B.C.L. 1649-50 ; Original 
Fellow of the Royal Society ; Student of Common Law in Gray's Inn ; Advocate- 
General for Ireland ; knighted by the Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant. Author 
of a Discourse coiicerning Liberty of Conscience, 1660 ; The Happy Future Estate of 
England, 1680 ; A Casuistical Discussion of the Obligation of the King ; Editor of 
Memoirs of Arthur Earl of Anglesey. 

Edward Reynolds, 

Son of Edward R. (afterwards Bishop of Norwich) ; born 1629 ; proceeded to 
Merton College, Oxford ; Fellow of Magdalen College, B.A. 1649-50 ; M.A., 
B.D., and D.D. 1676; Rector of St. Peter's, Northampton, 1658; Prebendary of 
Worcester, 1660; Archdeacon of Norwich, 1661 ; died 1698. 

John Janeway, 

Born October 27, 1633 ; son of William J. of Lilley, Herts. He was sent to 
St. Paul's School, where he made considerable proficiency in Latin and Greek ; when 
about eleven years of age he took a great fancy to Arithmetic and the Hebrew 
tongue : in 1646 he was chosen for the foundation at Eton, being examined in the 
Hebrew tongue, which was thought beyond precedent ; while at Eton he spent some 
time at Oxford as a pupil in Mathematics of Dr. Seth Ward ; elected to King's 
College, Cambridge, about the age of seventeen, and became a Fellow about twenty ; 
B.A. 1654 ; he became a zealous Presbyterian, and took orders, but only lived to 
preach two sermons (On communion with God, Job xxii. 21), dying in June, 1657 ; 
he was buried at Kelsall, Herts ; his younger brother James published, in 1673, a 
work entitled Invisibilities Realities, demonstrated in the Holy Life and Triumphant 
Death of Mr. John Janeway, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge. (See also Cox's 
Lives and Times of the Janeway s, 1847.) 

Thomas Davies, 

Son of John D. of London, draper ; free of the Drapers' Company ; an eminent 
bookseller ; served as Sheriff in 1667 ; knighted, October 23rd ; and Lord Mayor 
1677, when the Monument was erected to commemorate the Great Fire ; died in 1679, 
at the age of 48 ; and was buried in St. Sepulchre's Church. 

Hugh Shelton, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1647-52 ; Clare Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1651. 

John Powel, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1647-58 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1651. 

Samuel Cholmely, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1647-52; Peterhouse, Cambridge, B.A. 1650; Fellow 1651. 
He receives a grant of £4 in 1647, and of £5 in 1653. 

William Carpenter, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1647-53 ; Christ Church, Oxford. 

Richard Bures, 

Was granted an Exhibition in 1647, and a gratuity of £4. 

Benjamin Dister, 

Son of John D. of Glemsford, Suffolk, gentleman ; St. John's College, Cambridge, 
September 6, 1648. 

Anthony Edmonds, 

Poor Scholar, 1645-47, Pauline Exhibitioner, 1648 -52 ; Christ's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1652. 

Robert Pead, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1648-55 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1652 ; Fellow 
1655. 

Thomas Laurence, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1648-56 ; Merton College, Oxford. 
Benjamin Phipps, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1648-52 ; Christ Church, Oxford ; received a grant of £2 in 
1649- 50. 



44 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1640-57 

John Cade, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1649-55 ; Queens' College, Cambridge, B. A. 1653; Fellow 
1655. 

Eichard Cumberland, 

Bom 1631, in the parish of St. Bride, in London ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1648-53 ; 
Magdalen College, Cambridge, B.A. 1653 ; M.A. 1656 ; Fellow of Magdalen ; Vicar 
of All Hallows, Stamford; Bishop of Peterborough, 1691—1718 ; died 1718, aged 
86. Author of Blsquisitio F/iilosophica de Iccjibus Nalurce ; Essay towards the 
recovery of Jewish Weights and Aleasicres (dedicated to Samuel Pepys, his school- 
fellow and companion at College) ; and Sanchoniathon s Phoenician History (published 
posthumously). 

John Wagstaffe, 

Son of John W. of London ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1649-58 ; Oriel College, 
Oxford, B.A. 1653 ; M.A. 1656. He succeeded to an estate at Hasland, "a little 
crooked man of despicable appearance " (A.O.) ; he died distracted in 1677, aged 44, 
and was buried in Guildhall Chapel. He was the Author of Historical Reflections on 
the Bisho}} of Rome, 1660, and The Question of Witchcraft Debated, 1669. 

Samuel Nalton, 

Poor Scholar 1649, when he petitioned for an Exhibition. 

Benjamin PuUeyn, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1649, and again in 1652, when he received a grant 
of £10; Trinity College, Cambridge, !B. A. 1653; Fellow; D.D. 1673; Regius 
Professor of Greek, 1674-86 ; possibly the Mr. Pullen whom Pepys met at the 
Apposition, February 4, 1663. 

Eichard Meggott, 

Queeiis' College, Cambridge, B.A. 1653 ; M.A., S.T.P. 1669 ; Rector of St. Wave's, 
Southwark ; Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty ; Canon of Windsor ; Vicar of 
Twickenham, 1668-86 ; Dean of Winchester, 1679 ; died 1692. Preached at the 
School Feast, 1675-76, in St. Michael's, Cornhill. 

— Christmas, 

Mentioned in Pepys' Diary (November 1, 1660) as his schoolfellow ; he left the 
School before January 30, 1648-49. 

William Corker, 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1654 ; Fellow of Trinity ; Proctor ; Senior 
Fellow ; Benefactor of St. Paul's School Library 1673 and 1682 ; he died in 1702, 
leaving considerable property to the College, which, in token of gratitude, placed a 
black marble stone over his remains in the ante-chapel, 1709. 

Gabriel Towerson, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1650-59 ; Queen's College, Oxford, B.A. 1654 ; M.A. 1657 ; 
Fellow of All Souls' 1660 ; Vicar of Welwyne, Herts, 1662 ; D.D. (from Archbishop 
Sancroft), 1677 ; Rector of St. Andrew Undershaft, London, 1692 ; died 1697. 
Author of many religious works (A.O.). 

Eobert Elborough, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1650-53 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1655. Pepys 
dined with him after the Apposition, February 4, 1662, and " found him a fool as 
he ever was or worse." He was parson of St. La\vrence Poulteney (a donative) at 
the time of the Fire, 1666 (Pepys). He was appointed to it in 1664. 

Thomas Johnson, 

Recommended for a Robinson Exhibition, 1650 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1654 ; M.A. 1661. 

Samuel Pepys (Peapes), 

Son of John P., tailor of London ; born 1632 ; recommended for a Robinson Ex- 
hibition, 1650 ; entered at Trinity College, Cambridge, as sizar, 1650, but removed 
to Magdalen College (sizar, October 1, 1650) before commencing residence, March 
1650-51, where he was first elected to one of Spendhiffe's Scholarships, and sub- 
sequently to one of Dr. Smith's ; B.A. 1653 ; M.A. 1660 ; man-ied in 1655, and 
entered the service of Sir Edward Montague, whom he accompanied to Holland to 
fetch back Charles IL, 1660 ; shortly after tlie Restoration he was appointed Clerk of 
the Acts of the Navy (June 1660) ; Clerk of the Privy Seal (July 1660) ; Younger 



1640-57] SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 45 

Brother of the Trinity House (February 1661-62) ; Commissioner of Tangier (August 
1662) ; Assistant to the Royal Fishery Corporation (March 1663-64) ; Member of 
Gresham College (Febniary 1664-65); F.R.S. 1664; Treasurer of Tangier (March 
1605) ; Surveyor-General of the Victualling Office (October 1665) ; defends himself 
and his colleagues of the Navy Board successfully before the House of Commons 
(March 5, 1667-68) ; M.P. for Castle Rising 1673 ; Secretary for the Navy 1673-80 ; 
committed to the Tower 1679, but let out on bail ; in a few months the prosecution 
■was dropped ; reappointed Secretary for the Navy 1684, which office he held till the 
abdication of James II. 1688 ; M.P. for Harwich 1678-88 ; President of the Royal 
Society 1684-85 ; he retired into private life after the Revolution, and died in 1703 
and was bui-ied in Crutched Friar's Church (St. Olave's, Hart Street) ; he assisted 
as one of the Barons of the Cinqne Ports at the Coronation of James II., and was a 
standing governor of all the principal houses of charity iu and about London ; 
Master of the Clothworkers' Company 1677 ; benefactor of St. Paul's School Library 
1662, 1675, and 1677.' 

John Trevor, 

Son of Sir John T. of Brynkynvelt, Denbigh, Secretary of State ; Gentleman Com- 
moner of Merton College, Oxford ; created M.A. 1670 ; admitted Student of the 
Inner Temple, 1654 ; called to the Bar, 1661 ; knighted, 1671 ; served as Treasurer, 
1674 ; and Reader, 1675 ; M.P. for Yarmouth, Isle of Wight ; Speaker of the 
House of Commons, 1683, and again in 1690 ; expelled from the Chair and the 
House, March 12, 1695, on a charge of corruption ; Master of the Rolls, 1685-89, 
and 1693-1717 ; one of the Commissioners for the Great Seal, 1690-93 ; died, 1717, 
and was buried in the Rolls Chapel. 

Henry Yelverton, 

Son of Sir Henry Y., Bart., of Easton-Mauduit, and grandson of the Attorney- 
General of James I. ; born 1633 ; Gentleman Commoner of Wadham College, Oxford, 
1650 ; M.P. for Northampton (County), 1660 ; married Susan, daughter, and sole 
heiress, of Charles Longueville, Baron Grey (of Ruthyn), and by her was ancestor of 
the Yelvertons, Earls of Sussex (extinct), and the Barons Grey de Ruthyn ; died, 
1670. To him Dr. Edward Reynolds dedicates his funeral sermon on Langley's 
death with the words, " to whose care your father trusted the two props of his 
family, yourself and your most hopeful brother (whom God took from that scliool to 
a celestial academy)." Author of A Short Discourse of the Truth and Reasonableness 
of the Ecligion delivered by Jesus Christ, 1662 ; A Vindication of the Church of 
England against Edward Bagshaiv of Christ Church. 

Humphrey Gower, 

Son of Rev. Stanley G., Rector of Brampton Bryan, Hereford, and of Holy Trinity, 
Dorchester, Dorset ; entered St. John's College, Cambridge, May 21, 1655, aged 17, 
having been three years under Mr. Crumlum at Dorchester ; B.A. 1658 ; M.A. 
1662 ; S.T B. 1669 ; S.T.P. 1676 ; Fellow ; Master of St. John's, 1679 ; Margaret 
Professor of Divinity, 1688 ; Canon of Ely ; died, 1711, in his 74th year and 
was buried in the College Chapel. He founded by his will, dated 1708, two 
Exhibitions for boys educated at St. Paul's or Dorchester Schools, "the two Schools 
in which he was prepared for the University " (see Appendix E. 5), so that I suppose 
he was under Crumlum when Surmaster at St. Paul's School (1647-1651), and 
accompanied him when appointed to Dorchester. 

(?) William Heburne, 

Was deprived of his Exhibition, February 4, 1651. 

Anthony Smithson, 

Son of Hugh S., hatter; St. John's College, Cambridge, June 28, 1651; Fellow 
Commoner, October 28, 1653. 

Jonathan Tuckney, 

Son of Doctor Anthony T., Pastor of St. Michael le Querne, London, and suhse- 
(juently Master of Emmanuel College, and of St. John's College, Cambridge ; 
admitted to Emmanuel College, October 4, 1651 ; St. John's College, January 21, 
1653 (agedlS) ; B.A. 1655 ; Foundress Scholar, 1655 ; M.A. 1659 ; died 1693. He 
edited his father's Sermons and Latin Treatises. 

William Griffith, 

Poor Scholar, 1651-52 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1651-60 ; Christ's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1655. 



46 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1640-57 

Thomas Hatley, 

Petitioned for an Exlubitiou in 1650 and was promised tlie next vacancy ; Pauline 
Exhibitioner, 1651-55 ; Christ Church, Oxford. 

Bernard Skelton, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1651-60 ; Peterhouse, Cambridge, B.A. 1654 ; Taxor, 1662 
(when Pepys voted for him, October 10) ; benefactor of St. Paul's School Library, 
1669 and 1670. 

John Bellars, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1651-54 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge. 

(?) Stephen Warman, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's) 1652 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, M.B. 1660. 

Thomas Rotherham, 

Son of Christopher R. (deceased), a Mercer, and Barbara his wife ; Pauline Exhibi- 
tioner, 1652-62 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1656 ; M.A. 1660. He received 
a grant of £5 on his election to his Exhibition. 

Martin Pindar, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1652-60 ; Queens' College (Oxford {sic) till 1655, afterwards), 
Cambridge, B.A. 1656 ; M.A. 1660. 

John Payne, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1652-60 ; Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. 1656 ; 
M.A. 1660. 

Thomas Griffith, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1652-58 ; Christ's College, Cambridge ; migrated to Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford, 1658. 

Samuel Geree, 

Poor Scholar, 1651-52 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1652-59 ; Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1656. 

Daniel Butler, 

Poor Scholar, 1652-53 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1653-61 ; Magdalen College, Oxford, 
B.A. (Magdalen Hall) 1658. 

William Gibbs, 

Of London ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1653-61 ; Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1657 ; M.A. 1661 ; Fellow ; resigned, July 4, 1667. 

Samuel Woodford, 

Son of Eobert W. of Northampton, born in London, 1636 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 
1653-58 ; "Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1656 ; became a Student at the Inner Temple, 
and eventually took Orders, 1669 ; Eector of Hartley Mauduit, Hants ; Prebendary 
of Chichester, 1676 ; D.D. (from Archbishop) 1677 ; Prebendary of Winchester, 1680. 
Author of A Poem on the Return of Charles II., A Paraphrase of the Psalms, 1667 
(commended by Richard Baxter), and A Paraphrase of the Canticles, 1679. 

Thomas Colley, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1653-56 ; Peterhouse, Cambridge, B.A. 1657 ; M.A. 1661. 
His Exhibition was declared void February 4, 1656, because "he was the son of a 
very able and suiEcient man" (m). 

Thomas Daniell, 

Son of Richard D. of Colchester, druggist ; St. John's College, Cambridge, July 
21, 1654, aged 17 (after two years at St. Paul's School) ; B.A. 1658 ; M.A. 1662. 

Thomas Gipps, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1654-62; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1658; M.A. 1662 ; 
Fellow of Trinity ; benefactor to St. Paul's School Library, 1673 ; Chaplain to 
William Earl of Derby ; Rector of Bury, [Lancashire ; died, 1700. Author of 
A Sermon on Corrupting the Word of God, 1696, and A Defence of the said Sermon 
in ariswer to John Owen. 

John Yardley, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1654-61; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1658; M.D.; 
died, 1697, aged 60. 



1640-57] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 47 

John Ougliton, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1654-59 ; Trinity College, Cambridge. 

John Hutchinson, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1654-61 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1658 ; probably 
J. H. of Sidney-Sussex, M.A. 1660, who was afterwards Vicar of Moreland, West- 
moreland. 

Henry Frere, 

Son of Thomas F. of Whitwell,- Rutland ; admitted to St. Paul's School, February 
3, 1653, at the request of Viscountess Campden. 

Henry Stephens, 

Poor Scholar, 1653-54 ; in 1659 he receives a present of £10 to buy books, "having 
left some years ; " probably H. S. of Exeter College, Oxford, i3.A. 1659 ; M.A. 
1662. 

Henry Thomson, 

A present (£6 13s. id.) to buy books, 1653-54 ; possibly H. Thomson of New Inn 
Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1660. 

George Franklin, 

Petitions for an Exhibition February 3, 1654. 

Thomas Arnold, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1654-61 ; Peterhouse, Cambridge, B.A. 1678 ; M.A. 1662 ; 
LL.D. 1680. 

Henry Cole, 

He receives a benevolence (20s.) 1654-55. 

John Spurling, 

Petitions, February 3, 1654 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, August 25, 1655-60 ; Peterhouse, 
Cambridge ; B.A. (Spierling) 1657 ; M.A. 1661. 

George Hooper, 

Removed from St. Paul's School to Westminster School, whence he proceeded to 
Christ Church, Oxford, 1657 ; Student ; B.A. 1660 ; M.A. 1663 ; B.D. 1673 ; D.D. 
1677 ; Chaplain to Morley, Bishop of Winchester and Sheldon, Archbishop of 
Canterbury ; Rector of Lambeth, 1675 ; Precentor of Exeter, 1677 ; Rector of 
Woodhay, Hants ; Chaplain to King William and Queen Mary ; Dean of Canter- 
bury, 1691 ; Bishop of St. Asaph, 1703 ; Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1704 ; died 
1727 ; Author of several Sermons. 

Jeremy Whitaker, 

Son of Jeremy W. of Stretton, Rutland ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1655-60 ; St. John's 
College, Cambridge, December 21, 1655, aged 15, after four years at St. Paul's School ; 
B.A. 1659 ; M.A. 1663 ; Fellow of St. John's ; died, 1683. 

John Elmore, 

Son of William E., carrier of London ; as a poor Scholar of St. Paul's School 
he received £5 to fit him for the University, 1655-56 ; admitted sizar of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, March 11, 1655-56, after two years at St. Paul's School ; 
B.A. 1659. 

William Rosewell, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1655-62 ; Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1660 ; migrated to 
Magdalen Hall ; Fellow of All Souls', 1662 ; M.A. 1663. 

Robert Willan, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1655-62; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1659; M.A. 
1663 ; LL.D. 1671. 

Arthur Abbott, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1655-61 ; Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. 1659 ; M.A. 1663. 
He received a benevolence (50s.) in 1661-62. 

Daniel Wilson, 

Son of Thomas W. of Otham, Kent, Clerk, deceased ; admitted sizar of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, April 25, 1656, aged 17 ; B.A. 1659. 



48 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1640-57 

George Viner, 

Son of Sir Thomas V. , Bart. ; Fellow Commoner of St. Jolin's College, Cambridge, 
May 7, 1656, aged above 17 ; B.A.. (on St. Jolin's Day) 1658 ; succeeded his father 
in 1665 ; married Abigail, daughter of Sir John LawTence, and was living at 
Hackney, April 21, 1667, when he and his wife were "very civil " to Samuel Pepys ; 
died 1673 ; and was buried with his wife in the Chui'ch of St. Mary Wolnoth with 
great pomp, August 18. 

Joseph Lane, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1656-63 ; Peterhouse, Cambridge, B.A. 1660 ; M.A. 1664, 

Richard Alexander, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1656-58 ; Queen's College, Oxford. 

Edmund Collet, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1656-60 ; Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1659. From 1648 to 
1655 the Court paid £10 annually to John Colet, of the Hale in Bucks, towards the 
education of his youngest son. 

Robert Delachamp, 

Sou of Caleb D. , Clerk, deceased, of Ingham, Lincolnshire ; admitted to St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 1662 (as pupil of Mr. Langley) ; B.A. 1665. 



1657-72] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 49 



1657-1672 
High Master SAMUEL CROMLEHOLME. 

September \i, 1657. 

Crumlum or Crumbleholme, son of Eev. Kichard Cromleholme, of (iuedgeley, 
Gloucester; Corpus Christi College, Oxford (November 13, 1635), aged 17. 
Became Surmaster of St. Paul's School, May 13, 1647, having been previously 
Master of the Mercers' Chapel School. In 1651 he was appointed Head Master 
of Dorchester Grammar School, on the recommendation of Mr. Langley to the 
Eev. Stanley Gower ; and on Langley's death was recalled to St. Paul's School 
being recommended to the Governors by Langley on his deathbed. He lost 
a valuable library in the Fire of London, 1666, and did not long survive the re- 
opening of the School after it was rebuilt, dying on July 21, 1672. He was 
buried in Guildhall Chapel, and his funeral sermon was preached by Dr. Wells, 
of Aldersgate. He left as his executrix his wife, Mary Cromleholme, who was 
paid £17 13s. 6cl. for fixtures by the Mercers' Court. He was surnamed 
iro\vy\oi>TTos for his skill in languages. 

Surmaster William Cox (contimted). 

See before, 1640—1657. 

Surmaster 1658 Nathaniel Bull. 

He died before Midsummer 1672, after a long illness. 

Chaplain or \ ^^^^ Mason (contimtcd). 

Under Usfier J ^ ' 

See before, 1640—1657. 



SCHOLARS. 

John Oldham (Ouldham), 

Son of John 0. mercer ; Panline Exhibitioner, 1657-63, Queens' College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1663, in which year he twice received benevolences of 50s. 

Israeli Collen, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1657-63, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Trinity College) 
1660. In 1663-64 ho received a grant of £5. 

William Orme, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1657-60, "Bayliall" College, Oxford. 

■John Fuller, 

Son of Thomas F. (author of The Worthies) ; entered St. Paul's School, 1653, aged 
circa 11. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1657-64, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1660 ; Fellow 1663 ; M.A. 1664. He obtained confirmation from Charles II. 
of his rights in The Worthies, March 14, 1661-62. Nothing is known of him 
after 1667. 

Richard Pelley, 

Campden E^ibitioner, up to 1665, Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Robert Lowe, 

■ Pauline Exhibitioner, August 31, 1658-64, Clare Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1661; 
M.A. 1665. He received a benevolence of £5 in 1664. 

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50 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1657-72 

Mathew Abell, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1658-67,^ Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; B.A. 1662; M.A. 1665. 

Silvester Jule, 

Poor Scholar, 1657-58 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1658-67, Pembroke College, Oxford. 

John Balderstone, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1658-67, Emmanuel College, Cambridge; B.A. 1662; M.A. 
1666 ; Fellow; S.T.B. 1673, in which year he was incorporated B.D. of Oxford; 
S.T.P. 1681 ; Master of Emmanuel, 1680-1719, when he died ; Prebendary of Peter- 
borough, to which cathedral he presented the fourth bell, 1709. He was chosen Vice- 
Chancellar of the University in 1687, when Dr. Peachell was turned out of the ofifice 
for opposing King James II. "as a man of much spirit ; aud in his speech which in 
course he made upon his being chosen, he promised that during his magistracy 
neither religion nor the rights of the body {i.e. University) should suffer by his 
means " (Burnet, History of his own Times). 

Peter Clarke, 

Son of Peter C. fellmonger, of London ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge, March 17, 
1658-59; migrated to St. John's College, February 6, 1659-60, aged 16 ; admitted 
Fellow-Commoner, February 28, 1664-65 ; possibly the Mr. Clarke who was admitted 
B.A. (on St. John's day) 1663. 

William Wyatt (Wyat), 

Christ Church, Oxford; Student; B.A. 1662; M.A. 1665; Public Orator, 1679— 
1712, having previously been Deputy to Dr. South ; Principal of St. Mary Hall, 
1690—1712-13, when he died; preached at the School Feast, 1678-79. 

Thomas Lagoe, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1659-62, Magdalen Hall, Oxford. 

Richard Howard, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1659-66, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1663. 

John Pepys, 

Brother of Samuel P. ; bom 1641 ; Poor Scholar, 1658-59 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 
1659-66. His brother corrects his Apposition Speech, 1659-60 ; Scholar of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, February 1660-61 ; B.A. 1662 ; M.A. 1666 ; takes orders, 1666; 
becomes a Clerk in the Trinity House, 1670 ; succeeds his brother as Clerk of the 
Acts ; died 1677. 

Richard Smith, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1659, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. (Smyth) 1663; 
M.A. 1667. 

Nathaneel (sic) Jackson, 

Sou of N. J. of Boston, Lincolnshire, deceased ; St. John's College, Cambridge, 
March 23, 1659 (aged 15) ; B.A. 1663; M.A. 1667. 

John Cotterell, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1660-67, St. Edmund Hall, Oxford; B.A. 1664; M.A. 1667. 

Thomas Mayhew, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1660-62, "Wadham College, Oxford. 

Thomas Lovett, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1660-67, Christ's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1664 ; M.A. 
1668. 

John Allen, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1660-66, Jesus College, Cambridge; B.A. (Trinity) ^1664 ; 
M.A. 1668. ° V J/ . 

<aeorge Eales, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1660-64, Christ Church, Oxford ; B.A. 1664, when he received 
a gi-ant of £5, 

^ It must be noted that all Exhibitions were suspended after the Fire in 1666. 
(See Fasti.) 



i6s7-72] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 51 

Thomas Almon, 

He received a benevolence (£10) 1660-61. 

Humphrey Ffownes, 

He received a benevolence (£6 13s. id.) 1660-61. 

Thomas Cox, 

Son of Thomas C. tailor, of Putney ; Sizar of St. John's College, Cambridge, June 
6, 1661 (aged 16) ; B.A. 1664, when he received a benevolence of £5 ; M.A. 1668 ; 
Fellow ; S.T.B. 1676. 

George Jeffreys, 

Born at Acton, near Wrexham, Denbigh, 1648 ; entered the Free School at Shrews- 
bury ; was removed to St. Paul's School about 1659 " where he applied himself with 
considerable diligence to Greek and Latin" ; removed to Westminster School, 1661 ; 
entered the Inner Temple, 1663 ; was called to the Bar in 1668 ; in 1671 he 
became Common Sergeant ; and in 1678 Recorder of London, and Bencher of his 
Inn ; he was knighted in 1677, on his appointment as Solicitor to the Duke of York. 
Chief Justice of Chester ; became King's Sergeant and was made a Baronet in 
1680 ; resigned the Reeordership the same year. Knight of the Bath ; Chief Justice 
of England, 1683 ; created Baron Jeffreys of Wera, May 1685 ; Lord Chancellor, 
September 1685 to December 1688 ; died in the Tower, April 19, 1689. His remains 
were buried under the altar of St. Mary Aldermanbury in 1693. 

Benjamin Calamy, 

St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge; BA. 1664; MA. 1668; S.T.P. 1680; Fellow 
of St. Catharine's and Tutor ; Curate of St. Mary Aldermanbury, 1677 ; Vicar 
of St. Lawrence Jewry, 1683 ; Prebendary of Harleston in St. Paul's Cathedral, 
1685 (June to January) ; Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles II. ; died 1685, aged 
about 40. Preached at the School Feast either 1676-77 or 1677-78. His Sermons 
were collected and frequently published ; one of the most famous was preached in 
1683 against the Nonconformists on A Scrupulous Conscience, and dedicated to Sir 
George Jeffreys with much praise of his loyalty and vigour in support of Monarchy, 

Jonathan Houghton, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1661-66, Corpus Christi College, Oxford; B.A. 1665. In 
1661-62 he received a grant of £5, 

John Strype (Stryp), 

Born 1643 ; educated at St. Paul's School, 1657-61 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1661-66, 
Jesus College, Cambridge, March 29, 1662 ; B.A. (St. Catharine's Hall) 1665 ; M.A. 
1669 ; Rector of Theydon Bois, Essex, 1669 ; Vicar of Low Leyton, Essex, 1669 ; 
Lecturer of Hackney till 1724 ; Rector of Terring, Sussex (sinecure) ; died 1737, 
aged 94. An eminent Ecclesiologist and Divine ; subscriber to Knight's Life of 
Colet ; author of numerous Biographical and Antiquarian works, including Annals 
of the Reformation, and an accurate edition of Stow's Survey of London. 

William Davies, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1661, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1665 ; M.A. 1669. 

John Herring, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1661, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1664; M.A. 1668. 

Samuel Taylor, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1662-66, Trinity College, Oxford ; B.A. 1666. 

Thomas Basset, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1662-67, Wadham College, Oxford ; B.A. (St. Mary Hall) 
1666 ; 1. St. Edmund Hall (a) M.A. 1669. 

Samuel Goodwin, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1662-67, Wadham College, Oxford ; B.A. 1666 ; M.A. 1669. 

Richard Velley, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1662, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1666. 

John Evans, 

He received a grant of £2 to buy books, 1662-63. Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's) up 
to 1669, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1666 ; M.A. 1670. 

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52 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1657-72 

Henry Edwards, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, December 9, 1663-67, St. Edmund Hall, Oxford; B.A. 
(Magdalen College) 1666 ; M.A. 1669. 

Josias White, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1663-67, Wadham College, Oxford ; B.A. 1667. 

James Manfeild, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1663-67, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1668 ; M.A. 1672. 
He appears also to have held a Campden Exhibition till 1673. 

George Calvert, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1663-67, Peterhouse, Cambridge ; B.A. 1667. 

Robert Vile, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1663-67, Peterhouse, Cambridge ; B.A. 1668. 

Francis Cope, 

Son of Thomas C. (deceased) of St. Olave's, Sun-ey ; St. John's College, Cambridge, 
February 25, 1663 (aged 18), after four years at St. Paul's School ; B.A. 1667 ; M.A. 
1671. 

James Ware, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1664-67, Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

John Annesley, 

Pauline Exliibitioner, 1664, Trinity College, Oxford. 

William Oughtred, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, February 1663 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, April, 1664-67, 
Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Symon Blenkarne, 

Petitioned for au Exhibition, February 1664, but was refused because he was not of four 
years' standing in the School ; probably S. B. of Caius College, Cambridge, M.D. 1676, 

John Shirley, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, February 1664. 

Rowland Pryce, 

Son of Peter P. of Caergai, Merioneth, gentleman ; St. John's College, Cambridgt, 
June 1665 (aged 16) ; B.A. 1668. 

William (? Hemy) Dugard, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, February 1664, but was refused as not j'et of sufficient 
standing in the School. H. D. is Poor Scholar, 1663-64 ; W. D. is elected Pauline 
Exhibitioner, 1665, but in 1667 he appears as Henry D. in the Accounts. Henry D. of 
Trinity College, Oxford, was B.A. in 1667, and received a benevolence (£5) in 1664-65. 

Nathaniel Shute, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, February 1664 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1665-67, Christ's 
College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1668 ; M.A. (Queens' College) 1672 ; S.T.B. 1680. 

Samuel Johnson, 

Born 1649 ; became Library Keeper^ at St. Paul's School, and acquired much perfec- 
tion there in Oriental languages ; Poor Scholar, 1664-65 ; Campden Exhibitioner, 
1665, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1669; held the living of Curingham, 
Essex, and was Chaplain to Lord Russell. Was pi'osecuted for libel for the defence 
of his work Julian the Apostate, and was sentenced to fine and imprisonment in the 
King's Bench, when he secretly issued An humhle and hearty address to all the 
' Protestants in King James^ Army, for which he was sentenced to stand in the pillory 
and to be whipped from Newgate to Tyburn, but first he was degraded from the 
priesthood in the Chapterhouse of St. Paul's, 1686. After the Revolution his de- 
gradation was declared illegal, and he received a pension. In 1692 an attempt was 
made to murder him in his own house in Bond Street, but he recovered from the 
wounds then inflicted on him ; died May, 1703. Author of Julian the Apostate 
and numerous political tracts, and some sermons. Collected edition of his works 
published in London, 1710. 

^ From this I ma inclined to infer that Librarianship was held with the Captaincy 
among the Poor Scholar's duties was in- of the School up to 1876. 
eluded the charge of the Library. The 



16S7 72] SCHOLARS OF ST, PAUL'S SCHOOL. 53 

Sir Edward Northey, 

Knight, of Epsom, Surrey, son of William N. gentleman, of Stepney, Middlesex ; 
born 1651 ; MP. for Tiverton, 1710-13-14 ; Attorney-General, 1701-7, and again 
1710-18 ; one of H.M.'s Commissioners for building fifty new Churches in and about 
Westminster, 1715 ; Steward of the School Feast, 1714 ; died August 16, 1723. 

William Bernard, 

Recommended by the High Master for an Exhibition as " pauper pins et doctus," 
February 1665, but it was refused because he had not been four years in the School ; 
it was promised, however, that he should be regarded with favour ; probably W. B. 
B.A. (Christ Church, Oxford,) 1669 ; M.A. (Merton) 1675 ; B.D. and D.D. 1685. 

John Pulleyn, 

Campden Exhibitioner till 1675, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1669 ; Prebendary 
of Wildland in St. Paul's Cathedral, 1688 ; preached at the School Feast, 1698-99 ; 
author of several sermons. 

JOHN CHURCHILL, 

Son of Sir Winston C, born 1650 ; he left St. Paul's School to enter the household 
of James, Duke of York, in 1665 ; in 1666 he became an Ensign in the Guards, and 
served at Tangier. He served under Turenne against the United Provinces in 1672 ; 
in 1673 he became Lieut-Colonel of Littleton's regiment and Gentleman of the Bed- 
chamber to the Duke of York, and in 1680 niiirried the celebrated Sarah Jennings, 
In 1682 he was created a Scotch Peer by the title of Lord Churchill of Eymouth, 
and in 1683 became Colonel of the Firet or Royal Regiment of Dragoons. In 1685 
lie received the Colonelcy of the Third Troop of Life Guards, and was second in com- 
mand as Brigadier-General at Sedgemoor, 1685 ; in the same year he was created 
Baron Churchill, of Sandridge, Herts, After the Revolution he became Earl of Marl- 
borough, 1689, and commanded successfullj' at Cork and Kinsale. In 1698 he became 
a Privy Councillor and Preceptor to the Duke of Gloucester. In 1702, on the accession 
of Queen Anne, he became Captain-General and Master-General of Ordnance, Am- 
bassador Extraordinary at the Hague, and Commander-in-Chief of the allied forces 
in Flanders. He was also made Knight of the Garter, Marquis of Blandford, and 
DuKK OF Mahlboeough. He won the successive victories of Blenheim, 1704, 
Ramillies, 1706, Oiulenarde, 1708, and Malplaquet (or Blaregnies) 1709 ; and in 
1705 was created a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire ; but in 1712 he was removed 
from all his posts. On the accession of George I. 1714, he became again Captain- 
General and Master-General of Ordnance ; died in 1722. 

Samuel Bradford, 

Born 1651 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; M.A. (per lift. Reg.) 1681 ; Fellow 
of Corpus; S.T.B. (Com. Reg.) 1705 ; Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow, 1693 ; Chaplain 
in Ordinary to King William III. and Queen Anne; Master of Corpus, 1716-24; 
Bishop of Carlisle, 1718 ; Bishop of Rochester, 1723 ; Prebendary and Dean of West- 
minster, 1723 ; First Dean of the revived Order of the Bath, 1725 ; died 1731, aged 
79, and was buried in .Westminster Abbey ; Preacher at the School Feast, 1699 — 
1700 ; author of numerous sermons. 

? Henry Day, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's) 1^69, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1668 ; MA, 
1672 ; Vicar of Hunstanton, Norfolk ; died 1703, aged 54. 

? Antony Spinage (Spinedge), 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's) 1669, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B A. 1670 ; M.A, 

1674 ; Fellow ; S.T.B, 1681. 

William Perry, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1671-76, Tiinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1671 ; M.A. 

1675 ; Fellow ; Lecturer of St. Peter's-upon-Cornhill, London. He died about 
1701, and by will founded Exhibitions for Paulines at Trinity College, Cambridge. 
(See Appendix E. 4.) 

Henry Parker, 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; B.A. 1675 ; M.A. 1678 ; Rector of St. Michael, Crooked 
Lane ; died 1733 ; preached at the School Feast, 1727-28 ; was Steward in 1723, 
and subscribed to Knight's Life of Cold ; aathor of several sermons. 

Samuel Annesley, 

Poor Scholar, 16'71-72- 



54 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAULS SCHOOL. [1657-72 

Edmund Lawley, 

Poor Scholar, 1671-72. 

Hugh Nurse, 

Poor Scholar, 1671-72. 

Samuel Brewer, 

Sou of John B. (deceased) of Middlesex : pensioner, St. John's College, Cambridgo, 
October 1, 1672 ; LL.B. 1678. 

William Bramston, 

Queens' College, Cambridge; B.A. 1676; M.A. 1680; S.T.B. (Com. Peg.) 1705; 
Fellow of Queens' ; Rector of Woodham Walter, Essex, 1691 ; Prebendary of 
Worcester ; Preacher at St. Clement Danes, 1701 ; Rector of St. Christopher-le- 
Stocks, 1714 ; died 1735 ; preached at the School Peast, 1701-2, the dedication of 
this sermon is a bitter comjilaint of the neglect of sermons ; author of a sermon 
preached at Maldon, 1697, and another sermon at the Temple Church, 1714, "pub- 
lished in its vindication against some gross misrepresentations," a strong Protestant 
sermon on the accession of George I. (Text, 1 Tim. ii. 1, 2). 

Robert Nelson, 

Son of John N. Turkey merchant ; born 1656 ; finished his education under a private 
tutor, and was entered as Gentleman Commoner of Trinity College, Cambridge, but 
does not appear to have graduated ; F.R.S. He was a great promoter of the S.P.G. 
andS.P.C.K. and a benefactor to Charity Schools, and dying January 16, 1714, left the 
whole of his estate in charitable bequests. He was the author of numerous religious 
books, of which the most famous are A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the 
Church of Emjland, 1703, and The Life of Bishop Bull. 

George Dodington, 

Treasurer of the Navy and one of the Lords of the Admiralty ; M. P. for Bridge- 
water ; Lord-Lieutenant for Somerset ; died 1720. 



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1672-1697 
High Master THOMAS GALE. 

August 5, 1672. 

Bom at Scruton, York, circa 1635, and educated at Westminster School, whence 
he proceeded to Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1658 ; M.A. 1662 ; Fellow 
of Trinity ; Begins Professor of Greek, 1672-76 ; Prebendary of Consumpta 
per Mare in St. Paul's Cathedral ; Member of Royal Society, 1677. He was a 
friend and correspondent of Samuel Pepys ; became Dean of York, 1697 ; died 
in 1702, and was buried in York Cathedral. Author of editions of Herodotus, 
Jambliehus, Rhctores Selecti, Opuscula Mythologica, &c. 

Surmaster 1672-73 Fkancis Fox. 

Lady Day. 

Between Bull's death and Fox's appointment John Bedford (probably of Trinity 
College, Cambridge; B.A. 1668; M.A. 1672), was assistant "in the second 
Master's place" (a). Francis Fox preached at the Herefordshii'e Feast in 
London, 1683. He died in 1685, and his widow, Mary, received a present 
of £30. 

Surmaster 1685 Philip Ayscough. 

Subsequently High Master, 1713. Campden Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1675, 
which see. 

CJuiplain, John Mason (continued). 

See before, 1640—1657. 

Chaplain 1675 Edward Farmer. 

Christmas, 

Probably of St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1663 ; M.A. 1667. In 1686 he 
resigned on a pension of £20, and on March 15, 1688, was appointed by the 
Court to the Vicarage of Kirton, Lincoln ; died 1702. 

Chaplain 1686-87 Nicholas Dyer. 

Lady Day. 

On February 15, 1686, it appears (m), that Daniel Hopkins (Campden Exhibitioner, 
1675), was chosen Chaplain : if so, he did not take up the appointment. 
Nicholas Dyer was B.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1674. In 1690 he was 
ill, and Andrew Lortie (Pauline Exhibitioner, 1680), was employed as his 
substitute. 



56 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1672-97 



SCHOLAES. 

Edmund Halley, 

Son of Edmund H. ; born 1656 ; Queen's College, Oxford, 1673, but did not graduate. 
Visited the island of St. Helena for astronomical purposes ; on his return to England 
was created M.A. of Oxford, 1678 ; Secretary of the Royal Society, 1686 ; Savilian 
Professor of Geometry, 1703 ; D.C.L. 1710 ; Astronomer Royal, 1713 ; died January 
14, 1741-42. In 1680 he first observed the comet which bears his name. 

William Stonestreet, 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1677 ; M.A. 1681 ; Fellow of Trinity ; Rector of 
St. Stephen's, Walbrook, 1689 ; Preached at the Feast, 1700-1 ; died 1716 ; bent- 
factor of St. Paul's School Library, 1676. 

John Wells, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1673 (so in the Minutes), but as he was elected vice Manfeild, 
who was a Pauline Exhibitioner, and appears to have gone to Queens' College, 
Caml.iridge, where he graduated B. A. 1673, M.A. 1677, I suppose that his Exhibition 
was not really on the Campden Foundation. 

Francis Godfrey, 

An Exhibitioner on the Campden Foundation till 1675, when his Exhibition was 
filled up as he was reported to the Court to be deceased. 

Thomas How, 

Son of Alexander H. of Battersej', Middlesex, gentleman. St. John's College, 
Cambridge, June 25, 1673 ; LL.B. 1678. 

Philip Ayscough, 

Poor Scholar, 1673-75 ; Campden Exhibitioner, 1675, Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
15.A. 1676 ; Surmaster St. Paul's School, 1685 ; High Master, 1713 ; Vicar of St. 
Olnve's, Southwark, 1721 ; Steward of the School Feast, 1727 ; subscriber to Knight's 
Life of Cold; died February 22, 1741-42. 

Daniel Hopkins, 

Son of a mercer. Poor Scholar, 1674-76 ; Campden Exhibitioner, 1675-88, Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1679 ; M.A- 1683 ; Fellow of Trinity ; S.T.P. 1707 ; 
Rector of Fakenham, Norfolk ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

Thomas Baker, 

Son of Richard B., mercer. Campden Exhibitioner, 1676-85, Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; B.A. 1681 ; M.A. 1696. 

Charles Montagu, 

Son and heir of Robert, third Earl of Manchester ; by courtesy Viscount Mande- 
ville ; M.A. of Cambridge, 1680 ; succeeded his father as Earl of Manchester, 1682 ; 
Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, 1689—1701 ; served at the Battle of the Boyne 
and the Siege of Limerick ; Ambassador Extraordinary to the Republic of Venice, 
1697 ; Ambassador Extraordinary to the Iv,ing of France, 1699 ; Principal Secretary 
of State till the death of the King, 1701-2 ; Lord-Lieutenant of the county of Hun- 
tingdon ; Ambassador Extraordinary to the Court of Vienna, when he also visited 
Turin and Venice, 1707 ; created Duke of M;inchester, 1719 ; died 1721-22. 

Joseph Spinedge, 

Poor Scholar, 1675-76. Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1677-82, Jesus College, 
Cambridge; B.A. 1679; M.A. 1683. 

Stephen Cressar, 

Poor Scholar, 1676-77. In 1677 he petitioned for an Exhibition ; but did not obtain 
one till 1682, when he was elected to Mrs. Robinson's Exhibition, which he held till 
1685; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1681 ; M.A. 1685; S.T.B. 1703; S.T.P. 
1708. 
John Strayhearnt, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, 1677, but was refused. 

^.ichard Lidgold, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1678-87, Trinity College, Oxford ; B.A. 1682; M.A. 1685. 



1672-97] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 57 

Joseph Woodroffe, 

Fauliue Exhibitioner, 1678-81, Queens' College, Cambridge. 

Samuel Awbeiy, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1679-86, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1683 ; M.A. 1687. 
Joseph Dunstan, 

Son of Thomas D. ; born in London. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1679-86, St. John's 
College, Cambridge, (Siziir), March 1, 1680, aged 17 ; B.A. 1683. 

John Elliott, 

Poor Scholar, 1677-78; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1679-83, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; B.A. 1682. In 1679 he received a grant of £5, because of his "poor 
condition." 

William Nichols, 

Son of John N. of Donington, Bucks ; born circa 1664. Pauline Exliibitioner, 
1679-86, Magdalen Hall, Oxford; Wadham College, March 12„ 1680-81; B.A. 
1683 ; migrated to Merton College ; M.A. (Fellow of Merton) 1688 ; B.D. 1692; 
D.D. 1695 ; Chaplain to the Earl of JMontagu ; ? Rector of Cheshunt, 1691 ; resigned 
1693 ; Rector of Selsey, Sussex, 1691 ; preaclied at the revival of the School Peast 
in St.' Paul's Cathedral on St. Paul's Day, 1697 — the first anniversary ol the Saint 
after the rebuilding, " where we remember to have played our ehilaish pastimes. 
amoniT its desolate ruins." Author also of A Scnnon on God's Blessing on the use of 
Mineral Waters, preached at Tiinbridge Wells, 1702, A Conference with a Theisty 
A Short History of Socinianism, Tlie Luty of Inferiors tu Superiors, d-c. Consolation 
on the Death of the Duke of Gloucester, and a translation of The Devout Life of 
Francis Sales, reformed from the Errors of the Popish Edition ; buried in the rciddle 
aisle of St. Swithin's Church, May 5, 1712 (but Knight says that he died April 11, 
1711, aged 48). 

Samuel Munford, 

Christ's College, Cambridge ; M.B. 1683 ; M.D. 1694 ; subscriber to Knight's Zi/'e 
of Cold. 

William Lightfoot, 

Steward of the Feast, 1711 ; possibly B.A. of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1684. 

John Lidgold, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1681-89, "Wadham College, Oxford ; B.A. 1685 ; M.A. 1688 ; 
Fellow of Oriel, 1690. 

Beaupre Nowers (Nowres, Nowes), 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1681-89, Christ's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1685 ; M.A. 
1689. 

Andrew Lortie, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1.681-88, Christ's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1685. 

Isaac Pepys, 

Poor Scholar, 1679-81. 

Constantius Sylvester, 

Son of Constantius S. of London. rellow-Commoner, St. John's College, Cambridge,, 
April 9, 16M, aged 18. 

Richard Edwards, 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1685 ; M.A. 1689 ; Steward of the Feast, 1724 ;. 
subscriber to Knight's Life of Colct. 

Richard (? William) Willis, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1682-90 (when he was beneficed), St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. 1686; M.A. 1690. 

Couyers Place, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1682, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Campden Ex- 
hibitioner, 1685-90; B.A. 1686 ; M.A. 1693; Master of the Grammar School at, 
Dorchester. He was " beneficed " in 1690 (m). 

Thomas Vincent, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1682-88, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1684; M.A,. 



58 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1672-97 

James Stanley, 

Second son of Charles, eighth Earl of Derby ; bom July 6, 1664 ; served in 
Flanders under William IH. ; was Groom of the Bedchamber and Colonel of a 
Eegiment of Foot till 1702, when he succeeded his brother as tenth Earl ; Lord- 
Lieutenant of North Wales ; Vice- Admiral and Lord- Lieutenant of Lancashire ; 
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1707 ; Captain of the Yeomen of the 
Guard, 1715 ; died 1735-36, without surviving issue ; subscriber to Knight's Life 
of Colet, 

Michael Hutchinson, 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A, 1686 ; M.A. 1690 ; S.T.B. 1701 ; S.T.P. 1706 ; 
Fellow of Trinity ; Prebendary of Lichfield ; Minister of Derby ; subscriber to 
Knight's Life of Cold. 

John Leng, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1683, and was promised the next void ; St. Catharine's 
Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1686; M.A. 1690; S.T.B. 1698; S.T.P. 1716 ; Fellow of 
St. Catharine's ; Rector of Bedington, Surrey ; Chaplain in Ordinary to George L ; 
Bishop of Norwich, 1723 ; died 1727 ; preached at the School Feast, 1712-13 and 
1726-27 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Robert Bevin, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1682-92, Christ's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1687 ; M.A, 
1691. 

Richard Hopkins, 

Poor Scholar, 1682-83 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1687 ; M.A. 1693. 

Edward Chester, 

Son of Edward C. ; born in London. St. John's College, Cambridge, Fellow- 
Commoner, May 28, 1683, aged 18. 

Robert Thomas, 

Poor Scholar, 1683-85. Campden Exhibitioner, 1684-86. 

Charles Walkley, 

Son of John W. of London, merchant. St. John's College, Cambridge, May 19, 
1684, aged 15. 

John Jenkins, 

Son of John J. of Gateside (= head). St. John's College, Cambridge, May 20, 1684, 
aged 16. 

William Grigg (Gregg), 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1688 ; M.A. 1697 ; Fellow of Jesus ; Master of 
Clare Hall, 1713-26 ; S.T.P. (Comitiis Reg.), 1717 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of 
Colet. 

Sir Nathaniel Lloyd, 

Eldest son of Richard L., LL.D. (knighted 1676), and Elizabeth his wife ; born 
November 29, 1669, in Dutchy Land in the Savoy Parish ; Lincoln College, Oxford ; 
Fellow of All Souls, 1689 ; B.C.L. 1691 ; D.C.L. 1696 ; Dean of Arches and Judge 
of the Admiralty Court; LL.D. (Doctors' Commons); knighted May 29, 1710; 
Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1710-35 ; resigned in 1735, and died at Sunbury 
on March 3, 1741, and was buried in the Chapel of Trinity Hall on April 8, to which 
he was a great benel'actor, as also to All Souls ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold ; 
benefactor to St. Paul's School Library by a bequest of fifty guineas received 
in 1741. 

Edward Foster, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1685-92, Queens' College, Cambridge: B.A. 1689; M.A. 
1693. 

Thomas Gibbon, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1684. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1686-93, Trinity 
College, Cambridge. In 1687 he is of Jesus College ; B.A. (of St. John's College), 
1688 ; M.A. 1692 ; S.T.P. 1714. 



1672-97] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 59 

Thomas Tooke, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1684 (T. Tuck). Pauline Exhibitioner, 1686-91, 
Wadham College, Oxford. In 1687 he is of Mertou College, and in 1688 of Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge; B.A. 1689; M.A. 1693; S.T.P. 1712; Fellow of 
Corpus, 1690-99 ; Rector of Lambourn, Essex, 1707 ; Head Master of Bishop Stort- 
ford Grammar School, 1693 ; died 1721 ; a benefactor of Corpus Christi College. 
Eobert Newton, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition in 1684. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1686-93, Trinity- 
College, Oxford. In 1688 he is of Hart Hall ; B.A. 1688 ; M.A. 1691 ; Rector of 
St. James', Garlick Hythe, London, circal708 ; Rector of St. Augustine's, ? 1706-21 ; 
preached at the School Feast, 1702-3. 

William D'Ewe, 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; LL.B. 1693 ; Steward of the Feast, 1708. 
Henry Stonestreet, 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1690 ; M.A. 1694 ; Vicar of Eaton Bray, Nothill 
and Tottcnhoe, Beds ; preached at the Feast, 1708-9. 

James Shipton, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1686-88, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1690 ; M.A. 
1694 ; Surgeon ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet, 

John Shore, 

Steward of the Feast, 1724, and subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold; possibly of 
Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1690 ; M.A. 1700 ; M.D. 1706. 

Samuel Robinson, 

E.xMbitioner (Lady North's), 1686-94. 

Benjamin Lane, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1686, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge: B.A. 
1690; M.A. 1706. 

Richard Dry, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1686. ? Richard Day of Jesus College, Cambridge • 
B.A. 1686. 

? — Basset, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), till 1694 ; possibly John Basset of Magdalen College 
Oxford ; B.A. 1686 ; M.A. 1689. 

Joseph Godfrey, 

Queens' College, Cambridge ; M.B. 1691 ; Steward of the Feast, 1727 ; subscriber to 
Knight's Life of Colet. 

William Smith, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, T687-91, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1690 ; M.A. 1702 ; 
Preacher at St. Clement Danes ; Preacher at the School Feast, January 26, 1710-11.' 

Ralph Davison, 

Son of William D. Esijuire ; born at Laton, Durham ; St. John's College, Cambridge 
June 9, 1687, aged 18 ; B.A. (of Trinity Hall), 1690. 

Thomas Hill, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1688-93, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1691. 

John Manning, 

Poor Scholar, 1686-88. Pauline E.xhibitioner, 1688-91, Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. 1690. 

George Jeffs, 

(At first Campden, subsequently) Pauline Exhibitioner, 1688-97, Merton College 
Oxford ; B.A. 1692 ; M.A, 1697. 

John Millerd, 

Poor Scholar, 1689-90. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1689-94, St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A 1693. 

Robert Maxwell, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1689-97, St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1693 ; M.A. 
1697; S.T.P. 1719. 



60 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1672-97 

Henry Denne, 

Poor Scholar, 1688-89 ; petitioned for an Exhibition, 1688. Campden Exhibitioner, 
1689, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1693. 

Charles Boyle, 

Second son of Roger, Earl of Orrery ; born 1675 ; entered as a nobleman at Christ 
Church, 1690, and graduated in Arts (says Wood) ; published in 1695 a Latin 
translation of Phalaridis Agrigentinorum tyranni Epvtolcc, which gave rise to his 
celebrated controversy with Dr. Bentley. He succeeded his brother as fourth Earl 
in 17u3 ; and was Lieutenaut-General and Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary 
to the States-General of the United Provinces, and the Council of State in the Spanish 
Low Countries, 1710-11, when he was Steward of the School Feast. The astronomical 
instrument invented by Thomas Graham was named " Orrery " after him ; died 1731. 

Spencer Compton, 

Second son of James, third Earl of Northampton ; M.P. for Eye, Suffolk, from 
seventh year of William III., 1695, and through the first three Parliaments of Queen 
Anne ; Chairman of Committee for settling the Act of Union with Scotland, 1707 ; 
Chaii'manof the Committee of Privileges, 1708 ; oueof the managers of Dr. Sacheverel's 
Impeachment, 1709 ; M.P. for East Griustead, and also for the County of Sussex ; 
Speaker of the House of Commons, 1714-15; Paymaster- General and Treasurer of 
Chelsea Hosiiital, 1721-22 ; Knight of the Bath, on the revival of the Order, 1725 ; 
created Baron Wilmington, 1727 ; Viscount Pevensey and Earl of Wilmington, 
May 8, 1730 ; Lord Privy Seal, May 14 ; D.C.L. of Oxford, August 5 ; Lord President 
of the Council, December 31 ; Knight of the Garter, 1733 ; died 1743. 

George Tilson, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, 1688. Campden Exhibitioner, 1689-96 (he exchanged 
with George Jeffs), Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1692 ; M.A. 1696 ; Fellow of 
Trinity ; Steward of the Feast, 1702, and subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Edward Tenison, 

Nephew of Archbishop Tenison ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; B.A. 1694; 
LL.B. (Lambeth) 1697 ; D.D. (Lambeth) 1731 ; Rector of Willersham, Kent, 1697, 
of Sandwich, 1698 ; Rector of Chiddingstone ; Prebendarj^ of Lichfield, 1704 ; Canon 
of Canterbury and Archdeacon of Carmarthen, 1708 ; Chaplain to the Duke of Dorset, 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, 1730 ; Bishop of Ossory, 1731 ; died 1735 ; a benefactor 
of Corpus, but his legacy was so charged with conditions that the College declined 
half of it in 1736 ; preached at the School Feast, 1710-11 ; subscriber to Knight's 
Life of Cold. 

Roger Gale, 

Son of the High Master. Campden Exhibitioner, 1690-98, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; Scholar 1693 : B.A. 1694 ; M.A. 1698 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1697 ; M.P. for 
Northallerton, 1705, 1707, 1708, 1710; Commissioner of Stamps, 1714; of Excise. 
1715 ; F.R.S. ; F. A.S. ; died 1744 ; Editor of Antoninus' Itinerary ; Steward of the 
Feast, 1708 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colct. 

James Johnson, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1691-96, Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; Scholar 1690 ; LL.B. 
1696; LL.D. 1702; Fellow 1696—1727-28; Chancellor of Ely; Master of the 
Faculties ; died at Hemingford Grey, Huntingdon, February 3, 1727-28, and is 
buried in the chancel there ; benefactor of Trinity Hall and Hemingford Grey ; 
subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Tattersall, 

Poor Scholar, 1690-91. Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1695 ; M.A. 1699. 

Richard Chambre, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1692-98, Trinity College, Cambridge; BA. 1695; M.A. 1699; 
Fellow of Trinity ; preached at the School Feast, 1709-10. 

Daniel Sturmy, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1692-96, St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1695 ; M.A. 
1702. 

Roger Williams, 

"Pauline Exhibitioner, 1692-97, Merton College, Oxford ; B.A. (All Souls), 1695 ; 
M.A. 1699. 



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John Thorpe, 

Poor Scholar, 1690-92. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1692-96, Tnnity College, Oxford ; 
B.A. 1694. 

Thomas Pike, 

Poor Scholar, 1691-93. Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1692. Possibly Thomas 
Peake B.A. (of Magdalen Hall, Oxford), 1699 ; M.A. 1702. 

Charles Pinfold, 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge; LL.B. 1699; LL.D. 1704; Fellow of Trinity Hall; 
Steward of the Feast, 1707 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold.. 

Samuel Hilliard, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1693-99, University College, Oxford ; B.A. (of Trinity College, 
Oxford), 1697. 

Thomas Nicholson, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1693-98, University College, Oxford ; B.A. 1698 ; M.A. 1701. 

Phillips Gretton, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's) 1693, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1697 ; M.A. 
1701 ; S.T.P. 1732 ; Fellow of Trinity ; Steward of the Feast, 1728, and subscriber 
to Knight's Life of Cold ; author of a sermon On the Uncertainty of Reason and the 
Certainty of Revelation, 1732. 

Arnold Bouchery, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1693—1700, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1697, 

William Cave, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1693—1700, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1696. 

William Scrafton, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1693—1702, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 
1697 ; M.A. 1701. 

St. John's College, Cambridge; B.A. 1697; M.A. 1701; S.T B. 1709; S.T.P. 
(Comitiis Regiis) 1717 ; Fellow of St. John's ; Rector of Heydon, Essex, and of 
Chishall Parva, Essex, 1717 ; died 1728, aged 50 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Edward Wakeman, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1694-96, University College, Oxford. 

Arthur Blackmore, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1694. Possibly Abraham Blackmore of Trinity College, 
Cambridge; B. A.' 1696. 

Thomas Hollingshead, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1694—1700. 

Nicholas Rodgers (Rogers), 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1694, Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1698 ; M.A. 
(Oriel), 1701. 

Richard Carter, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, 1694. 

Richard Lyde, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, 1694. Probably identical with Richard Lloyd, Steward 
of the Feast, 1699. 

William Thornbury, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, 1694. St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1698. 

Charles Gale, 

Son of the High Master; bom August 5, 1677 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 
1698 ; M.A. 1702 ; Rector of Scruton, Yorkshire ; died 1738 ; subscriber to Knight 3 
Life of Colet. 

Jordan Thorpe, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, 1694. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1695-98, Trinity College, 
Cambridge (a), but Trinity College, Oxford (m). 



62 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1672-97 

Jolm Fisher, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, 1694. Campden Exhibitioner, 1695—1702, Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1699. 

John Jeffreys, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1695—1703, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1698 ; M.A. 
1702 ; Fellow. 

Edward Rudd, 

Petitioned for an Exhibition, 1694. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1696—1701, Trinity 
College, Cambridge. Possibly Edward Pvudd, B.A. (of Sidney Sussex), 1706; Kector 
of Runcton, Norfolk ; D.D. ; subscriber to Knight's Life, of ColcL 

Charles Godden, 

Pauline E.xhibitioner, 1696—1700, Lincoln College, Oxfor4 ; B.A. 1699. 

John Towersy, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1696—1702, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1699 ; M.A. 
1703; S.T.P. 1710. 

John Gurney, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1696—1704, Trinity College, Cambridge. (Probably George 
Gurney, B.A. 1700 ; M.A. 1705.) 

Clement Tookie, 

Campden Exliibitioner, 1696—1702, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1701 ; M.A. 
1708 ; LL.D. (Comitiis Regiis) 1728 ; Chaplain of St. Paul's School, 1702 ; Surmaster 
1714-19 ; Vicar of Chippenham, Cambridge ; Rector of Worlingtou, Suffolk ; 
Prebendary of Ely, 1723-24 ; died 1748, and was buried at Chippenham ; preached 
at the School Feast, 1716-17, when the cost of printing his Sermon (£2 3s. Od.) 
was paid by the Company (a) ; Steward in 1725 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of 
Colct. 

Samuel Rosewell, 

Born 1680 ; .son of Thomas Rosewell, who was tried before Judge Jeffreys in 1684 ; 
Nonconformist Divine ; Chaplain to Lady Clinton ; died 1722 ; author of an account 
of his father's trial, and several sermons and discourses. 

Richard Skikelthorpe, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1697—1704, Jesus College, Cambridge; B.A. 1700; M.A. 

1707. 

Samuel Knight, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1697—1704, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1702; M.A. 
1706 ; S.T.P. (Comitiis Regiis) 1717 ; Vicar of Chippenham, Cambridge ; Vicar of 
Borough Green, 1707 ; Prebendary of Ely, 1714 ; Rector of Bluntisham, Hunts, 
1717, and Chaplain to the Earl of rOrford ; Archdeacon of Berks, 1735 ; died 
1746 ; author of Life of Colet, for which the Company contributed an effigie 
of Dean Colet, engraved on copper; preached at the School Feast ("On the 
child Jesus, the great Exemplar of youth" — St. Luke ii. 52) 1717-18 ; Steward 
1723. 

John Deighton (Dighton), 

Pauline Exhibitioner,_ 1697 — 1703, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A, 1701 ; M.A. 
1705 ; S.T.P. (Comitiis Regiis) 1717 ; Rector of Newmarket ; subscriber to Knight's 
Life of Colet. 

Gregory Clarke, 

St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1701 ; M.A. 1705 ; Rector of Blundeston, 
Suffolk ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Samuel Dod, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1697—1705, Clare Hall, Cambridge ; B A. 1701 ; M.A. 
1705 ; Fellow of Clare ; Lecturer of St. Katharine Coleman ; preached at the School 
Feast, 1713-14. 

Samuel Gale, 

Son of the High Master ; bom December 17, 1682 ; apprenticed at "The Naked 
Boy" in St. Paul's Church Yard, 1700 (Pepys) ; F.S.A. : Treasurer of S.A. 
Steward of the Feast, 1712 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet, 



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The following Paulines were Scholars under Dr. Gale or his 
predecessors : — 

Edward Alexander, 

Steward of the Feast, 1701 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

Thomas Alexander, 

Steward of the Feast, 1702. • 

Thomas Ayres, 

Steward of the Feast, 1702. 

Eichard Blondel, 

Surgeon ; died 1718, when his funeral sermon was preached at St. Lawrence Jewry 
by Dr. Nathaniel Marshall. 

John Baggs, 

steward of the Feast, 1698. 

William Bonner, 

steward of the Feast, 1698. 

Robert Baylis, 

Steward of the Feast, 1700 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Dr. Thomas Brown, 

Steward of the Feast, 1700 ; benefactor to St. Paul's School Library, 1690, 

Richard Crawley, 

Steward of the Feast, 1699. 

Richard Chiswell, 

Steward of the Feast, 1700. 

Spencer Cowper, 

Son of Sir William Cowper, and brother of the Lord Chancellor ; Attorney-General 
to the Prince of Wales, 1714 ; Chief Justice of Chester, 1718-27 ; Sergeant-at-Law, 
1727 ; Puisne Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 1727 ; died 1728. He was 
grandfather of William Cowper ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Downe, 

Steward of the Feast, 1702. 

Robert Fowle, 

Steward of the Feast, 1698. 
Edward Farmer, 

Steward of the Feast, 1700. Possibly a son of the former Cliaplain of St Paul's 
School, 1675. 

Thomas Fowke, 

Steward of the Feast, 1701. 

Edward Gibbon, 

Steward of the Feast, 1701. 

John Hollo way, 

Steward of the Feast, 1701. 

George Huxley, 

Steward of the Feast, 1701, 

Edward Haulsey, 

Steward of the Feast, 1702. 

Samuel Jackson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1700. 
John Killingworth, 

Steward of the Feast, 1698. 
Samuel Lloyd, 

Steward of the Feast, 1698. 



64 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1672-97 

Henry Lovibond, 

Steward of the Feast, 1701. 

Edward Nelthorpe, 

Steward of the Feast, 1699. 

Anthony ISicoll, 

Steward of the Feast, 1702. 

Robert Paltock, 

Steward of the Feast, 1699. 

Edward Parr (Parre), 

Proctor ; Steward of the Feast, 1702 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Charles Peers, 

Son of Edward Peers, confectioner to the King ; born in St. Bride's parisla ; Sheriff 
of Loudon, 1707, when he was knighted July 17 ; Lord Mayor 1716. He was living 
at Bromley, Middlesex, 1723 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

Richard Robinson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1699. 

George Smith, 

Steward of the Feast, 1698. 

Anthony Smith, 

Steward of the Feast, 1699. 

Dr. Thomas Sutton, 

Steward of the Feast, 1699. 

Thomas Southouse, 

Steward of the Feast, 1700. 

Samuel Smithin, 

Steward of the Feast, 1701. 

Samuel Stebbing, 

Steward of the Feast, 1702. Mentioned by Disney among the friends of A. A. 
Sykes.' 

John Tully, 

Steward of the Feast, 1699. 
Benjamin Tinne, 

Steward of the Feast, 1700. 

Christopher Tilson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1700. 

John Tayler, 

Steward of the Feast, 1701. 



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1697-1713. 
High Master. JOHN POSTLETHWAYTE. 

Sfptombcr 3, 1697. 

Born at Jlillom, Cumberland, circa 1650; Merton College, Oxford; B.A. 1674; 
M.A. 1678 ; Master of Arclibisliop Tenison's School, whence he was preferred 
to St. Paul's School on the recommendation of the Archbishop. Died September 
26, 1713, and was buried in St. Augustin's Church, Old Change, when 
Dr. Hancock preached a funeral sermon over him, j)iiblished with the title of 
The Christian Schoolmaster. A benefactor to St. Paul's School Library, 
1704. 

Stirmastcr Philip Ayscough (conthmcd). 

Subsequently High Master, 1713; Campden Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1675, 
which see. 

Under Usher Nicholas Dyer {continued). 

See before, 1672—1697. 

Under Usher 1702 Clement Tookie. 

February 12. 

Subsequently Surmaster, 1714 ; Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1696, which 
see. 



SCHOLARS. 

Archibald Douglas, Lord Wandale (Wandell), 

Succeeded his father as second Earl of Forfar, 1713 ; appointed Colonel of the Buffs, 
1713 ; Envoy Extraordinary to Prussia, 1714 ; served as Brigadier-General at the 
battle of Sheritfmuir, November 13, 1715, where he was severely wounded and 
taken prisoner. He died of his wounds at Stirling, December 8, 1715, unmarried, 
when Ids title and estates devolved on the Duke of Douglas. Steward of the School 
Feast in 1710-11. 

Matthew Postlethwayte, 

Nephew of the High Master ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, April 3, 1699 ; 
migrated to St. John's College, Cambridge, December 28, 1702 ; B.A. 1702 ; M.A. 
1706 ; Vicar of Shottisham, Norfolk, 1708 ; Rector of Denton, Norfolk, 1714 ; 
Rector of Redenhall and Archdeacon of Norwich, 1742 ; died 1745. A benefactor 
to St. Paul's School Library, 1699 ; Preached at the School Feast, 1714-15 ; Steward, 
1727 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Roger Cotes, 

Son of Robert C. of Burbage, Leicestershire ; Trinity College, Cambridge, 1699 
(aged 17); Scholar, 1701; B.A. 1702; M.A. 1706; Fellow, 1705-13; Plumian 
Professor of Experimental Philosophy, 1706 ; Mathematical Reader at Trinity, 1706 
and 1708; Junior Treasurer, 1707-9; F.R.S. 1711; died 1716. Author of 
Harmonia Mensurarum. The friend and correspondent of Isaac Newton. 

Daniel Lock, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1698 1707 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1702; M.A. 
1706. 



66 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1697-17 13 

Leonard Darrant, 

Poor Scholar, 1697-99 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1698-1703 ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1702. 

John Price, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1698-1706 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1701 ; 
M.A 1705. 

John Leake, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1699-1708 ; Hart Hall, Oxford. 

Benjamin Marshall, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1699-1707 ; Christ Church, Oxford, Student 1701 ; B.A. 1703 ; 
M.A. 1706 ; in Holy Orders; benefactor of St. Paul's School Library, 1698; sub- 
scriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Arthur Ashley Sykes, 

Poor Scholar, 1698-1701 ; Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1700-1705 ; Benet College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1704 ; M.A. 1708 ; S.T.P. 1726 ; Vicar of Godmersham, Kent, 
1712-14 ; Rector of Dry Drayton, Cambridge, 1714-18 ; Sector of Eayleigh, 
Essex, 1718 ; Afternoon Preacher at King Street Chapel, 1718 ; Morning Preacher, 
1721 ; Prebendary of Alton Borealis (Sarum), 1723 ; Precentor of Sarum, 1726 ; 
Dean of St. Burian, Cornwall, 1739 ; Prebendary of Winchester, 1740 ; he died in 
1756. Disney, in his Life of Sykes, says that on leaving College he became an 
assistant in St. Paul's School, but I find no record of it. He was one of the 
Apposers at St. Paul's School most years from 1748-56. He was Steward of the 
Feast in 1723, and Preacher iu 1724-25. The list of his works (sixty-three in 
number, extending from 1712 to 1757) fills fourteen jtages 8vo. in Disney's Life of 
Sykes. Some papers of his were published under the initials T.P.A.P.O.A.B.LT.C.O.S. 
(i.e. The Precentor and Prebendarj^ of Alton Borealis in the Cathedral of Sarum). 
There are many letters of Sykes, in the Birch MSS. (Biitish Museum, Sloane, 4319), 
and amongst them a copy of Dr. Birch's answers to certain questions about A. A. S. 
The Sykes Exhibitions at Benet College, Cambridge, were founded in 1766 in his 
memory by his brother. Rev. George Sykes (Exhibitioner, St. Paul's School, 1707). 
See Appendix E. 6. 

Thomas Jackson, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1700-1707 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1704 ; 
M.A. 1708. 

John Barnwell, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1700-1707 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1704 ; 
M.A. 1708; S.T.B. 1725; S.T.P. (Com. Reg) 1728; Rector of Little Samford, 
Essex, 1727 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Algernon Coote, 

Third son of the Earl of Montrath ; succeeded his brother in 1720; M.P. for 
Castle Rising, 1727 ; died 1744 ; benefactor of St. Paul's School Library, 1706 ; 
Steward of the Feast, 1710 ; subscriber to Knight's Z{/e of Colet, 

William Dechair, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1701-1708; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1705; M.A. 
(Fellow of Peterhouse), 1709 ; Vicar of Culham, Oxon ; subscriber to Knight's Life 
of Colet. 

W illiam Betterley, 

Poor Scholar, 1700-1701 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1701-1707 ; Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1705 ; M.A. 1709. He was a candidate for the High Mastership 
in 1721. 

Thoinas Greene, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1701-1705; Peterhouse, Cambridge B.A. 1705; 
M.A. 1709. 

William Harris, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1701-1709 ; Benet College, Cambridge, B.A. 1705. 



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Matthias (Matthew) Mawson, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1702 ; Benet College, Cambridge, Scholar, B.A. 1704 ; 
Fellow, 1707 ; M.A. 1708 ; Moderator, 1708; Taxor, 1709 ; S.T.B. 1716 ; Master 
of Benet, 1724 ; S.T.P. 1725 ; Eector of Conington, Cambridge ; Vice-Chancellor 
of the University, 1730-31 ; Rector of Stadstock, Essex, 1733. In 1734 he refused 
the Bishopric of Gloucester, but in 1738 became Bishop of Llandaff, whence he was 
translated in 1740 to Chichester, and in 1754 to Ely. He resigned the Mastership 
of Benet in 1744, and died in his eighty-ninth year in 1770, and was buried in Ely 
Cathedral, bequeathing Scholarships of the value of £400 a year to Benet College. 
He published several sermons, &c., and among them one preached before the 
gentlemen educated at St. Paul's School, January 25, 1723, Un the duty of doing as 
we luould he done unto. He appears among the subscribers to Knight'a Life of Colet, 
but is not marked as "of St. Paul's School," and was a benefactor to St. Paul's 
School Library ; Steward of the Feast, 1724. 

William Mince, 

Poor Scholar, 1701-1702 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1702-1708 ; Trinity College, 
Oxford, B.A. 1705 ; M.A. 1707. 

William Cooper (Cowper), 

Son of William C. {deceased) ; Campden Exhibitioner, 1702-1708 ; Trinity College, 
Cambridge, aged 18 ; B.A. 1706. 

Peter Ashton, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1702-1705; Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Christopher Hussey, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1702-10 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1706 ; 
M.A. 1710; Fellow; S.T.P. 1731. 

Thomas Wyatt, 

Poor Scholar, 1702-1703 ; was refused an Exhibition in 1702 for want of a 
"petition" ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1703-1706 ; Jesus College, Cambridge. 

James Levett, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1703-11 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1707 ; M.A. 1711. 

Thomas Rowell, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1703-1709 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1707. 

Uvedale Price, 

Son of Robert P., Baron of the Exchequer ; St. John's College, Cambridge, January 
12, 1703 (aged 18). 

Fitzwilliams (Fitzwilliam) Plumtree, 

Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. 1707 ; Steward of the Feast, 1710. 

Thomas Bell, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1704-13 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1708 ; M.A. 

1712 ; Vicar of Liverpool ; benefactor to St. Paul's School Library, 1705 ; subscriber 
to Knight's Life of Colet, 

Thomas Andrews, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1704-12; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1708; M.A. 
1712. 

Edward Neden, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1705-13 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1709 ; M.A. 1713 ; 
S.T.P. 1735; Fellow of Trinity; Rector of Rougham, Suffolk, 1723; Eector of 
Rushbrooke ; Prebendary of Lincoln ; J. P. for SuiTolk ; died 1768, aged seventy- 
eight, and was buried at Rougham ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

William Smith, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1705-12 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1709 ; M.A. 

1713 ; Fellow of Trinity. 

Miles West, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1705-11 (he appears to have also held one of Lady North's 
Exhibitions) ; B.A. of ilerton College, Oxford, 1709 ; M.A. (of All Soul.s) 
1713. 

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68 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1697-17 13 



Daresy (Darcy) Curwen, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1705-1708. 

Thomas Matthew (Machen) Fiddes, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Kobiuson's), but on going to Oxford he exchanged with Isaac 
Steele ; Queens' College, B.A. 1709 ; M.A. 1712. 

Isaac Steele, 

Poor Scholar, 1702-1705 ; Exhibitioner (Mrs. Eobinson's), 1705 ; B.A. 1709 ; 
M.A. 1720 ; Chaplain of St. Paul's School, 1713 ; Surmaster, 1719-21, when 
he was an unsuccessful candidate for the High Mastership ; he died shortly after, 
and the Company paid the parish dues for his burj'all, July 19, 1721. 

Beresford Baker, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1706-13 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1710 ; M.A. 1714. 

John Higgott (? Higgett), 

If so, St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1710 ; M.A. 1723 ; subscriber to Knight's 
Life of Colet ; in Holy Orders. 

John Hilkiry (Hilary), 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1706-13; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1710; M.A. 

1714. 
Augustine Bryon (Bryan), 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1707-15 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1711 ; M.A. 1716 ; 

Editor of Plutarch's Lives, 1719 ; died 1724. 

Nicholas Wickens, 

Son of John W., of Stoke Edith, Hereford ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1707-15 ; Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 1707 (aged 18) ; Scholar, 1709 ; B.A. 1711 ; M.A. 1715 ; 
Fellow of Trinity, 1714-21. 

John Luke, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1707-13 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1711. 

Thomas Leigh, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1707 ; Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1711 ; 
M.A. 1714 ; B.D. 1723. 

George Sykes, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1707 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1711 ; 
M.A. 1715; Vicar of Hawkeswell ; Piector of Piayleigh, Essex; Founder of the 
Sykes Exhibitions in 1766 (see Appendix E. 6). 

Christopher Faucet (Fawcet), 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1707 ; Benet College, Cambridge, B.A. 1711 ; M.A. 
1715 ; Fellow ; S.T.B., 1723 ; Rector of St. Mary Abchurch ; died 1747, aged 56, 
and was buried at Monk's Illeigh, Suffolk ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Myers, 

Poor Scholar, 1706-1707; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1710; M.A. 1714; 
S.T.B. 1725 ; Fellow of Trinity ; in Holy Orders ; benefactor to St. Paul's School 
Library, 1716 ; Steward of the Feast, 1727 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Thotnas Bentley, 

Nephew of Richard Bentley ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1711 ; M.A. 1715 ; 
LL.D. 1724 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

John Busfield, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1708-14 ; Pembroke College, Oxford ; Exeter College, 1709, 
where his name was removed, 1712. 

Charles Nelthorpe, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1708-13 ; Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1712. 

John Simpson, 

Son of Joseph S., of London; Campden Exhibitioner, 1708; Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 1706 ; Subsizar (aged 18) ; B.A. 1712 ; M.A. 1716. 

William Allbright, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1709-18 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1713; M.A. 1718. 



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Edward Peacli, 

Campden Exliibitiouer, 1709 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1713. 

Thomas Browne, 

Poor Scholar, 1709-10 ; Exliibitioner (Lady North's), probably of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1713 ; M.A. 1717 ; Fellow ; M.D. 1724. 

James Barker, 

Pauliue Exhibitioner, 1710-16 ; Mertou College, Oxford, B.A. 1715. 

Charles Thomas, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1711 ; Benet College, Cambridge, B.A. 1715 ; M.A. 
1721 ; possibly Vicar of Barton, Norfolk, 1722-27 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of 
Cold. 

Thomas Wright, 

Exhibitioner (Mrs. Robinson's), 1710 ; Benet College, Camljridge, B.A. 1714 ; 
benefactor to St. Paul's School Library, 1717 ; subscriber to Knight's Lifo of 
Colct. 

Abraham Shewell, 

Exhibitioner (Lady North's), 1711 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1715. 

Alured (Aldred) Clarke, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1712-19 ; Benet College, Cambridge, B.A. 1716 ; M.A. 1720 ; 
Fellow of Benet, 1719 ; S.T.P. 1728 ; Rector of Chilbolton, Hants ; Chaplain in 
Ordinary to George L and George II. ; Prebendary of Winchester, 1723 ; Prebendary 
of Westminster ; Dean of Exeter, 1740 ; died 1742 ; was Steward of the School 
Feast, 1723, and preached in 1726-27 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. Both 
at Winchester and Exeter he exerted himself to found County Hosjiitals, in which 
he was successful at the former city, but did not live to complete his work at the 
latter. Author of several sermons (printed), including the Feast Sermon, 1727, and 
a Hospital (Winchester) Sermon, 1736. 

Andrew Rogers, 

Poor Scholar, 1710-12 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1712-15 ; Benet College, Cambridge, 

1711 ; B.A. 1715 ; M.A. 1728 ; Rector of Sandringham, Babingley, and Wolferton, 
Norfolk; died 1731. 

William Bradford, 

Son of the Bishop of Rochester ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1712-17 ; Benet College, 
Cambridge, 1712 ; B.A. 1716 ; M.A. 1720 ; Fellow of Benet, I7l7 ; Archdeacon 
and Prebendary of Rochester, 1728 ; Vicar of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1722 ; died 
1728, aged 32 ; Steward of the Feast, 1725. 

Thomas Vaiighan, 

Poor Scholar, 1712-13 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1712-17 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, 

1712 (but Thomas Vaughan graduated B.A. 1716 from Jesus College ; M.A. 1720, 
where he entered as Sizar, May 2, 1713). 

John Lawson, 

Son of Joseph L., of London ; Campden Exhibitioner, 1712 (aged 17) ; Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; Scholar, 1715 ; B.A. 1716 ; M.A. 1720 ; S.T.B. 1727 ; Fellow 
of Trinity, 1719-34 ; Latin Reader, 1728 ; Greek Reader, 1729 ; in Holy Orders ; 
subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

George Swan, 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; petitioned for an Exhibition in 1712, but was refused ; 
B.A. 1716. 

John Browne (Brown), 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1713-19 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner up 
to 1721 ; B.A. 1717 ; M.A. 1721. 

Joseph Crayker, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1713; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1717; M.A. 
1721. 



70 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1697-17 13 

Samuel Kerricli (Kerrick), 

Benet College, Cambridge, B.A. 1717 ; M.A. 1721 ; Fellow ; S.T.P. 1735 ; Vicar of 
Dersingham, Norfolk, 1729 ; Rector of Wolferton, 1731. He married a daughter of 
his schoolfellow, Matthew Postlethwayte ; died 1784 ; Steward of the Feast, 1725 ; 
subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

Sir John Strange, 

Son and heu- of John S., of Fleet Street ; born circa 1695 ; called to the Bar 
(Middle Temple), 1718; King's Counsel; Solicitor-General, 1737-42; Recorder of 
London, 1739 ; Knighted, May 12, 1740. Resigned his posts and retired almost 
entirely from practice in December, 1742, to the surprise of Westminster Hall : on 
which occasion he I'ecords " His Majesty, when at a private audience I took leave 
of him, expressed himself with the greatest goodness towards me, and honoured ma 
with his patent to take place for life next to his Attorney-General. Anno set. meae, 
47." — (Foss.) Master of the Rolls, 1750-54 ; died May 18, 1754, and was buried in 
the Rolls Chapel ; Steward of the Feast, 1727. 



17 13 21] SCHOLAKS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 71 



1713-1721 
High Master PHILIP AYSCOUGH. 

Previously Surmaster, 1685-1713 ; Campden Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 
1675, which see. 

Surmaster 1714 Clement Tookie. 

Previously Chaplain, 1702-14 ; Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1696, which see. 

Sicrmaster 1719 Isaac Steele. 

3Iichaclmas. 
Previously Chaplain, 1714-19 ; Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1705, which see. 

Chaplain 1714 Isaac Steele. 

See above. 

Cha/plai7i 1719 Hugh Wyat. 

August 7. 
Educated at St. Paul's School ; proceeded to Cambridge, 1714, which see. 



SCHOLARS. 
John Escolme, 

Poor Scholar (otherwise Porter boy),i 1713-14 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 1714-21 ; Perry Exhibitioner, up to 1721 ; B.A. 1718 ; 
benefactor to St. Paul's School Library, where his name is found on the title-page 
of a folio copy of Plutarch. 

Hugh Wyat, 

Benet College, Cambridge, B.A. 1718; M.A. 1722; Chaplain of St. Paul's School, 
1719-28 ; Vicar of West Ham, Essex, 1727 ; Rector of St. Alphege, London Wall, 
1732-62 ; his library was sold in 1762 ; he was Steward of the Feast in 1728 ; sub- 
scriber to Knight's Life of Colet ; and a benefactor to St. Paul's School Library. 

Thomas Stephens. 

Benet College, Cambridge, B.A. 1719 ; M.A. 1723 ; Fellow, 1722 ; Rector of Sherfield, 
Hants ; and Lecturer in the New Church, Strand ; died 1747 ; Steward of the 
Feast 1725. 

WilHam Low (Lowe), 

Benet College, Cambridge, B.A. 1719 ; M.A. 1723 ; S.T.B. 1730 ; Fellow ; Proctor, 
1727; Rector of Stalbridge, Dorset; died 1750; Steward of the Feast, 1728; 
subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Thomas Price, 

PauUne Exhibitioner, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1715-24 ; LL.B. 1722. 

David Capon, 

Porter boy, 1714-15 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, 1715-21 ; 
B.A. 1719. 

John Ramsay, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1716; B.A. 1720; M.A. 1748. 

' From this time the title of Porter boy is substituted in the Accounts for tliat of 
Poor Scholar. His annual fee was £2. 



72 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [17 13-21 



Theodosius Staige, 

Pauline Exliibitioner, St. John's College, Cambridge, 1716-18. 

John Holland, 

Porter boy, 1715-16 ; Pauline Exliibitioner, Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, 1716-21 ; 
Perry Exhibitioner up to 1721. 

Thomas Hough, 

Porter boy, 1716-17 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1717-24; 
B.A. 1721 ; M.A. 1725 ; Fellow of Trinity ; Preached at the School Feast, 1728 ; 
subscriber to Knight's Life of Colct. 

Christopher Morrison, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1717-24 ; B.A. 1722 ; M.A. 1728 ; 
VicarofHorndonontheHill, 1732 ; resigned, 1738 ; subscriber to Knight' sZi/co/Co/ei. 

John Sadler, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1717-22. 

Samuel Grove, 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1724 ; in Holy Orders ; of East Barnet, Herts; 
died 1769, aged 71 ; Steward of the Feast, 1724. 

John Capon, 

Fellow Commoner of Trinity College, Cambridge; LL.B. 1725 ; subscriber to 

Knight's Life of Cold. 
John Prise, 

Porter boy, 1717-18. 
Henry Panton, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1718; Perry Exhibitioner, 
up to 1725 ; B.A. 1722 ; M.A. 1735. 
Timothy Crumpe, 

Son of Timothy C. of Lugwardine, Hereford ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 1718-24, aged 18; Perry Exhibitioner, up to 1725; Scholar 1720; 
B.A. 1722; M.A. 1726; Fellow of Trinity, 1725-36; Chajdain of St. Paul's 
School, 1728 ; High Master, 1733 ; died (leaving a widow) 1737 ; subscriber to 
Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Butler, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Benet College, Cambridge, 1718-24 ; B.A. 1722 ; M.A. 1726 ; 
Fellow ; Rector of Barton, Cambridge, 1730 ; of King's Teynton, Devon ; of Water- 
iugbury, Kent, 1736 ; of Stockbury, 1737 ; Prebendary of Canterbury, 1747 ; 
Steward of the Feast, 1727. 

John Ellis, 

Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1722-25; B.A. 1722. 

John Smith, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge 1719 ; Perrv Exhibitioner, 
1721-27 ; B.A. 1722 ; M.A. 1726 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colct. 

William Wood, 

Porter boy, 1718-19; Pauline Exliibitioner, Chiist Church, Oxford, 1719-25; 
Matriculated, April 14, 1720. 

John Gibson, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Benet College, Cambridge, 1719-21 ; in Holy Orders ; Steward 
of the Feast, 1727. 

Joseph Key, 

Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1722-27 ; B.A. 1723 ; M.A. 1727 ; 
a benefactor to St. Paul's School Library, 1728 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Boyce, 

Porter boy, 1719-20; Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ Church, Oxford, 1720-24; 
B.A. 1724. 

Thomas Shard, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1721 (probably Thomas Shaw, 
Porter boy, 1720-21). 



17 1 3-2 1] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 73 

The following Paulines were Scholars of Ayscough or Postle- 
THWAYTE, or in some cases perhaps of their predecessors : — 

Timothy Alleyn, 

Steward of the Feast, 1710. 

Maurice Atkins, 

Steward of the Feast, 1711. 

Gabriel Ayres, 

Steward of the Feast, 1714. 

James (? Joseph) Anderton, 

Steward of the Feast, 1717 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

James Brace, 

Steward of the Feast, 1707 ; benefactor to St. Paul's School Library, 1678. 

Sir Henry Bendyshe, 

Son of Sir John B. of Steeple Bumstead ; Baronet ; succeeded his father in 
1706; Steward of the Feast, 1708; J.P. and D.L. for Essex; died 1717, without 
issue male. 

Thomas Barrow, 

Steward of the Feast, 1708. 
Henry Bull, 

Surgeon ; Steward of the Feast, 1708 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

Thomas Batson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1709. 
John Benson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1711. 
Nathaniel Blanford, 

Steward of the Feast, 1712 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Robert Brackley, 

Steward of the Feast, 1714. 

Henry Boone, 

Steward of the Feast, 1715. 
John Brace, 

Steward of the Feast, 1715. 

John Beth ell, 

Steward of the Feast, 1715. 

Stephen Bateman, 

Captain ; Steward of the Feast, 1716. 
Charles Blackstone, 

Steward of the Feast, 1716. 
Edward Blackstone, 

Steward of the Feast, 1716. 

William Brown, 

Steward of the Feast, 1717. 

Edward Bentley, 

Steward of the Feast, 1717. 

Thomas Slater Bacon, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 
Thomas Bradford, 

In Holy Orders ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

William Bridges, 

Lincoln's lun ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 



74 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL, [17 13-21 

Charles Browne, 

Steward of the Feast, 1755. 

Thomas Clarges, 

Son of Sir Walter C. of St. Martin's in the Fields ; Baronet ; succeeded his father in 
1705-6 ; Steward of the Feast, 1709 ; M.P. for Lostwithiel, Cornwall ; died 1759. 

Robert Clarges, 

Half brother of the above ; Steward of the Feast, 1710. 

Eobert Cooke, 

Steward of the Feast, 1712. 

Richard Clifton, 

Steward of the Feast, 1713 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Gold (but not marked 
there as a Pauline). 

Anthony Chamberlayn, 
Steward of the Feast, 1713. 

William Campbell, 

Steward of the Feast, 1714. 

Thomas Cook, 

Steward of the Feast, 1714. 

Charles Crumpe, 

Steward of the Feast, 1715. C. C. was clerk to the Mercers' Company ; died 
1756. 

John Chauncy, 

Steward of the Feast, 1715. 

Thomas Carter, 

Steward of the Feast, 1715. 

Richard Colet, 

Steward of the Feast, 1717 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Coppinger, 

Steward of the Feast, 1724 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

William Clarke, 

Steward of the Feast, 1728 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

James Button, 

Steward of the Feast, 1714. 

Bartholomew Dandridge, 
Steward of the Feast, 1716. 

James D'Argent, 

Steward of the Feast, 1724 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Thomas Dickson, 

-V Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Joseph Downing, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Nicholas Field, 

Steward of the Feast, 1709. 

John Fotherby, 

Steward of the Feast, 1713. 

John Gresham, 

Steward of the Feast, 1708. 

Thomas Gill, 

Steward of the Feast, 1712. 



17 13 -2 1] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



Joseph Goddard, 

Steward of the Feast, 1712. 

William Glanville, 

Steward of the Feast, 1716. 

Charles Gardiner, 

Steward of the Feast, 1723. 

John Glanvil, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Maurice Green, 

Steward of the Feast, 1727. 

Thomas Huxley, 

Steward of the Feast, 1707 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Joseph Hodges, 

Steward of the Feast, 1709. 

Samuel Haywood, 

Steward of the Feast, 1709. 

Robert Hulls, 

Steward of the Feast, 1709. 

Humphrey Hide, 

Steward of the Feast, 1710. 

John Hatley, 

Major ; Steward of the Feast, 1711 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Hall, 

Steward of the Feast, 1717. 

Samuel Herring, 

Steward of the Feast, 1723 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Kenrick Hill, 

Steward of the Feast, 1725 (probably the same as Kendal Hill, subscriber to 
Knight's Life of Colet). 

James Heywood, 

Colonel ; Steward of the Feast, 1728. 

John Jacob, 

Steward of the Feast, 1711 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Edmund Jeffery, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Kersey, 

Steward of the Feast, 1716. 

John Knapton, 

Steward of the Feast, 1724 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Francis Loggin, 

Steward of the Feast, 1717. 
Joseph Major, 

Steward of the Feast, 1711. 

Simon Morse, 

Steward of the Feast, 1711. 

Benjamin Mawson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1713. 
Benjamin Marriott, 

Of the King's Remembrancer's Office ; Steward of the Feast, 1723 ; subscriber to 

Knight's Life of Colet. 



76 SCHOLAKS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [17 13-21 

Kichard Marriott, 

Steward of the Feast, 1725 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Marriott, 

Steward of the Feast, 1728 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet ; benefactor to St. 
Paul's School Library, 1690. 

Francis Motteux, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet, 

Thomas Norris, 

Steward of the Feast, 1707. 

Gabriel Neve, 

Steward of the Feast, 1712, possibly the same as WUliani N., benefactor, to St. Paul's 
School Library, 1700. 

Peter Normansel, 

Steward of the Feast, 1713. 

Thomas Needham, 

Steward of the Feast, 1716. 

Henry Newcome, 

Of Hackney ; Steward of the Feast, 1725 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Nicks, 

Bookseller ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Robert Pawlet, 

Steward of the Feast, 1707. 

Samuel Palmer, 

Steward of the Feast, 1709 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

George Morton Pitt, 

Steward of the Feast, 1711. 

Sherard Pickering, 

Steward of the Feast, 1715. 
Leonard Pead, 

Steward of the Feast, 1715 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

John Price, 

In Holy Orders ; of Thetford, Norfolk ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Richard Rogerson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1716. 

Thomas Savage, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 
John Smith, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Major Snow, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 
Robert Stevens, 

Middle Temple ; subscriber to Kniglit's Life of Colet. 
Robert Swynborne, 

In Holy Orders ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Edward Salisbury, 

Steward of the Feast, 1728. 

Richard Saunders, 

Steward of the Feast, 1728. 

William Tilson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1707. 



I7I3-2I] SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 77 

Humphrey Thayer, 

Steward of the Feast, 1707. 

Benjamin Tooke, 

Steward of the Feast, 1708. 
Wilhani Tyms (Tinims), 

Steward of the Feast, 1709 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

Thomas Trenchfield, 

Steward of the Feast, 1712. 

Charles Townley, 

Steward of the Feast, 1717. 

Eichard Truby (Trubey), 

Steward of the Feast, 1723 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

George Taylor, 

Vicar of Wymondham, Norfolk ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Cold. 

Roger Williams, 

Steward of the Feast, 1707. 

Charles Welham, 

Steward of the Feast, 1710. 

Daniel Wilcocks, 

Steward of the Feast, 1712. 

Edmund Wiseman, 

Steward of the Feast, 1713. 

William Willcocks, 

Steward of the Feast, 1714. 

Richard Wyld, 

Steward of the Feast, 1714. 

Robert Williams, 

Steward of the Feast, 1717. 

Richard Walter, 

Steward of the Feast, 1724 ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Robert Ward, 

Subscriber to Knight's 'Zi/e of Colet. 

Hammond Ward, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Thomas Wotton, 

Subscriber to Knight's Life of Colet. 

Allen Webb, 

Steward of the Feast, 1725 

Richard Young, 

Steward of the Feast, 1713 



78 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [i 721-33 



1721-1733 
High Master BENJAMIN MORLAND. 

June 23, 1721. 

F.K.S. (Marcli 1707) ; probably the author of the Latin Epigram in the Prrces, 
signed B. M. ; died October 9, 1733, aged 80, leaving two maiden- daughters 
Eliza and Hester. 

Surmaster 1721 James Greenwood. 

Midsicm7ncr. 
Died 1737, leaving a widow, Susannah, who received his quarter's salary, Michaelmas, 
1737 ; Author of the Royal English Grammar, which went through many 
editions beginning before 1707 ; The Virgin Muse, A Collection of Poems, 1717 ; 
and the London Vocabulary, English and Latin, 1735. 

Chaplaiii Hugh Wtat {contimocd). 

Educated at St. Paul's School ; proceeded to Cambridge, 1714, which see. 

Chaplain 1728 Timothy Ceumpe. 

Subsequently High Master, 1733; Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1718, which 



SCHOLARS. 

Teal. 

Calvert. 

Dixon. 

Frost. 

Boddam. 

Carpenter. 

Richardson, junior. 

Bat— (? Baker). 

John Bott, 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1726 ; Eector. of Spixworth ; subscriber to 



List of "absentes" in Roger Pepys his Book, 
1722 ; A Latin Grrxmrnar, published 1721. 



Knight's Life of Colct. 

John Smith, 

Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1724-27 ; B.A. 1725 ; Fellow of 
Trinity. 

Charles Bellinger, 

Porter boy, 1721-22. Canipden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1722. 

John Clark, 

Son of John C. an eminent penman (author of The Penman's Diversion, 1708, &c.) ; 
Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1726-30 ; B.A. 1726 ; acted as 
Assistant to Benjamin Morland, just before his death, and received a gratuity of £10 ; 
Chaplain of St. Paul's School, 1734 ; Surmaster, 1738—1743, when he died. His 
administrator was Richard Clark. 



1721-33] SCHOLARS OF' ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 79 

Stephen Bolton, 

Porter boy, 1722-23 ; Benet College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1727 ; M.A. 1731; S.T. P. 1739. 
George Sheklen (^Sheldon), 

Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1726-31 ; B.A. 1727 ; M.A. 1737 

Yicar of Edwardstoue, Suffolk, 1736-79. 

Jon. Jones, 

Of Trinity College, Cambridge ; subscriber to Knight's Life of Colct. 
Charles Pinfold, 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, LL.B. 1731; LL.D. 1736; Fellow of Trinity Hall; 

Steward of the Feast, 1755. 

George North, 

Entered St. Paul's School, 1718, left May 1725 ; Benet College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1728 ; M.A. 1744 ; Vicar of Welwyu, Herts, 1743 ; of Codicote, Herts, 1743 ; 
eminent antiquarian ; died 1772 ; Steward of the Feast, 1757. 

James Smyth, 

Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1728-30 ; BA. 1729 ; M.A. 1733 ; 
probably the Porter boy, 1723-24 (called in (a) John Smith). 

Henry Hawes, 

Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1728 ; B.A. 1728 ; M.A. 1730. 

William Lord, 

Porter boy, 1724-25 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1729 ; M.A. 1772. 
Thomas Pearson, 

Porter boy, 1725-26 ; Benet College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1730 ; M.A. 1734 ; S.T. P. 1742. 

William Halliwell, 

Porter boy, 1726-27 ; Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1731. 

Robert Curtis, 

Son of Edward C. of Stanford, Lincolnshire ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 1727, as^ed 17 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1731-36 ; Scholar, 1730 ; 
B.A. 1732 ; M.A. 1736 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1735-41. 

Peter Simon, 

Son of Peter S. of Sheffield, Yorks ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, 1727, aged 18 ; Sub-Sizar ; Perrv Exhibitioner, 1728-34 ; Scholar, 1729 ; B.A. 

1730 ; M.A. 1734 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1733-43. 

John Howess, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1727 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1729-34; B.A. 1730. 

James Postlethwayte, " 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1729 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1731-32 ; Steward of the Feast, 1756. 

Richard Smith, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1730 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1732-33. 

Thomas Salmon, 

Born at Tiverton, Devon ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 

1731 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1733-40 ; B.A. 1735 ; M.A. 1739 ; LL.D. 1749 ; Vicar 
of Tavistock, Devon, and of Whitechurch, Salop ; Chaplain to the Duke of Bed- 
ford, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland ; Bishop of Ferns, 1758 ; died 1759. 

Robert Tomlinson (Thomlinson), 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1732 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1734-41 ; M.B. 1740 ; M.D. 1766. 

George Read, 

Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1735 ; B.A. 1736 ; M.A. 1740. 

Edward Jeffereys (Jeffreys), 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity Collega, Cambridge, 1733 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1735-41 ; B.A. 1737. 



80 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1733-37 



1733-1737 
High Master TIMOTHY CRUMPE. 

Before ChrMmas 1733. 
Exhibitioner of St. Paul's School, 1718, which see. 

Surniastcr James Greenwood {continued). 

See before, 1721—1733. 

Chaplain 1734 John Clark. 

Educated at St. Paul's School ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1726, which see. 



SCHOLARS. 
Daniel Bellamy, 

Porter boy (paid £2 in 1737) ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1735 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1737-44 ; M. A. (per litt. reg.) 1759 ; subscriber to Knight's 
Life of Colet, not marked however as of " St. Paul's School " ; Preached at the Feast, 
1756 ; Chaplain of Petersham with Kew, and Vicar of St. Stephen's in St. Albans ; 
author of Twelve Discourses on the Truth of the Christian Religion ; A Paraphrase 
of the Book of Joh ; The Family Preacher. 

Isaac Davies, 

Porter boy (paid £4, i.e. for two years, in 1737) ; Benet College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1740. 

Edward Venn, 

Eldest son of Rev. Richard V. of London, and elder brother of the celebrated 
Henry Venn ; admitted Sizar of St. John's College, Cambridge, May 9, 1737, 
aged 20 ; B.A. 1740 ; M.A. 1744 ; became a Physician and practised at Ipswich, 
Suffolk. 

William Strahan, 

(Possibly of Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; LL.B. 1742 ; Fellow of Trinity Hall) ; Steward 
of the Feast, 1755. 

James Carrington, 

Porter boy, 1728-33 (sic in a) ; Trinity College, Cambridge, Perry Exhibitioner, 
1736-41 ; B.A. 1741 ; M.A. 1747. 



1737- 4S] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 81 



1737—1748 
High Master GEORGE CHARLES. 

February, 1737. 

Resigned on being appointed Secretary to the Earl of Kochford, Ambassador to the 
Court of Turin. 

Burmaster 1737 John Clark. 

Michaelmas. 
Previously Chaplain; educated at St. Paul's School; Perry Exhibitioner, 1726, 
which see. 

Surmaster 174-1 George Thicknesse. 

Lady Day. 
Previously Chaplain ; subsequently High Master, 1748, which see. 

Chaplain 1737 George Thicknesse. 

October 5. 
See above. 

Chaplain 1744 Joshua Tillotson. 

Lady Day. 

Of Yorkshire ; Caius College, Cambridge; migrated to Emmanuel College, 1734 ; 
B.A. 1735 ; M.A. 1745 ; subsequently Surmaster ; died in 1763, and was buried 
at St. Augustine's, August 24. His library was sold in 1767. 



SCHOLARS. 

Thomas Fairchild, 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1739 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, Perry Exhibitioner, 
1741-48; B.A. 1743; Rector of Pitsey, Essex; Preached at the School Feast, 
1757. 

Samuel Ely, 

Perry Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1742-48; B.A. 1744; Usher, St. 
Paul's School, 1748-61 ; died as Usher, 1761. He appears to have been occupying 
the High Master's House in 1752 (a.). 

Joseph Fearon, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1740 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1742-47 ; B.A. 1742 ; M.A. 1748 ; S.T.P. 1755 ; Fellow of Sidney Sussex College ; 
Preached at the School Feast, 1755 ; Rector of Peasmarsh, Sussex, 1760 ; Chaplain 
to the Rt. Hon. Viscountess Dowager Irwin. 

Abraham Barber Pugh, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1741 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1742-48; B.A. 1745; M.A. 1750. 

Thomas Hulley, 

Porter boy, 1742-45. 



82 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL, [1737-48 

William Allen, 

Campdeii Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1744 ; PeiTy Exhibitioner, 
1744-51 ; B.A. 1747 ; M.A. 1751 ; in Holy Orders, Steward of the Feast, 1755. 

John Parkliiirst, 

Steward of the Feast, 1756 ; possibly the same as J. P. of Clare Hall, Cambridge, 
June28, 1745; B.A. (6th Wrangler), 1748; M.A. 1752 ; Fellow of Clare, 1751 ; author 
of a Hebrew Lexicon, and a Greek and English Lexicon of the New Testament. 

Richard Roberts, 

Of Bristol ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1749-51, Jesus College, Oxford (Servitor, 1745) ; 
B.A. 1749 ; M.A. 1759 ; subsequently High Master of St. Paul's School, 1769 ; 
B.D. and D.D. 1773 ; resigned the High Mastership, March 24, 1814 ; died 1823. 

Richard Swinfen Edwards, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1749-56, St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1753 ; 
M.A. 1756. 

Lord Frederick Campbell, 

Is claimed as a Pauline by Ackerman. This must be the second son of John, 
fourth Duke of Argyll and Duke of Greenwich, who was M.P. for Glasgow in 1761, 
1768, 1774, and for the county of Argyll, 1780, 1784, 1790,_and 1796; in 1763, 
Privy Councillor and Keeper of the Privy Seal for Scotland ; in 1767 he was Chief 
Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and M.P. for St. Canice in that king- 
dom ; in 1768 he became Lord Clerk Ptcgister for Scotland ; 1778, Colonel of the 
Argyll Fencibles ; 1786, Vice-Treasurer for Ireland and Member of the Board of 
Control ; Treasurer of the Middle Temple, 1803 ; died June 8, 1816. 

John Laurence. 

Son of Thomas L. of Pennsylvania, sent from Philadelphia in 1739, and educated at 
St. Paul's School, and afterwards at University College, Oxford ; Associate Judge of 
the district of Pennsylvania ; married Mary Master, sister of Mrs. Penn. 

The following Paulines were Scholars under Dr. Charles, or one of 
his predecessors : — 

Nathaniel Bishop, 

Steward of the Feast, 1755. 

Thomas Benn, 

Steward of the Feast, 1757. 

Richard Neale Badcock, 

Steward of the Feast, 1757. 

John Carr, 

Translator of Liician ; died 1807. His Lucian was published by T. Longman and 
W. Flexney, Vol. I. in 1775, Vol. II. in 1779, Vol. III. in 1786. 

Joseph Champion, 

"Accomptant and Writing Master to St. Paul's School" (1751), said to have been 
partly educated at St. Paul's School ; he was the author of several " alphabets" or 
specimens of writing, copies of which are preserved at the British Museum. 

James Ducaue, 

Steward of the Feast, 1756. 

George Dennis, 

Steward of the Feast, 1756. 

George Dance, 

Steward of the Feast, 1756. 

— Denn, 

(Old absence list.) 



1737-48] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 83 

Ricliard Fawson, 

Steward of the Feast, 1755. 

Robert Haynes, 

Steward of the Feast, 1756. 

Herman Henneker, 

M.D. ; Steward of the Feast, 17^57. 

D. Hellachar. 

— Handcock, 

(Old absence list.) 

William Purcas, 

Steward of the Feast, 1756. 

Joseph Partington, 

Steward of the Feast, 1756. 

— Penzy, 

(Old absence list.) 

Alexander Schomberg, 

Steward of the Feast, 1755. 

Harry Skey, 

Steward of the Feast, 1757. 

— Wroth, 

(Old absence list.) 

Richard Windsor, 

Steward of the Feast, 1755. 

Nathaniel Worley, 

Steward of the Feast, 1757. 

Walter Wall, 

Steward of the Feast, 1757. 

— Young, 

(Old absence list.) 



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84 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1742 



1748—1769 
High Master. GEORGE THICKNESSE. 

March 12, 1748. 

Born circa 1713 ; third son of Kev. John Thicknesse, Rector of Farthingoe, North- 
ampton, and brother of the celebrated Philip Thicknesse ; educated at 
Winchester, but did not proceed to New College ; he became Chaplain of 
St. Paul's School in 1737, Surmaster in 1745, and eventually High Master in 
1748 ; under his management the School, which had declined under Dr. Charles, 
was rapidly filled up again. He retired in 1769 on a pension of 100 guineas, 
and went to live at the house of his friend and schoolfellow "William Holbech of 
Mollington, in Warwickshire, on whose death he removed to Arlescote, where 
he died December 19, 1790, in his 77th year. His bust was presented to the 
School by his old pupils (see Fasti 1791) ; his epitaph is said to have been 
written by Sir Philip Francis. 

Surmaster 1748 Joshua Tillotson, 

Aug^ist 19. 
Previously Chaplain, see before, 1737-1748. 

Surmaster 1763 William Kidek. 

Previously Chaplain ; educated at Mr. Watkin's Academy in Spital Square ; Jesus 
College, Oxford ; Scholar 1744-49 ; B.A. 1745 ; Chaplain to the Mercers' 
Company ; Lecturer of St. Vedast Foster ; Curate of St. Faith's ; allowed to 
retii-e in 1783 on account of infirmities ; died, March 30, 1785, leaving a 
widow, Hannah Eider, who received an allowance from the Mercers' Company 
till her death in 1809. Editor of the Christian's Family Bible, 3 vols, folio, 
1763-67. 

Usher 1748 Samuel Ely. 

August 26. 
Educated at St. Paul's School ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1742, which see. 

Usher 1761 William Rider. 

September 4. 
Subsequently Surmaster, see above. 

Usher 1763 Thomas Higgins. 

Michaelmas. 
Educated at St. Paul's School, see Admissions, January 20, 1752. 

The Names of the Boys in Paul's School upon the Foundation 
upon the 16th of May, 1748. 

Delivered by Mr. Thicknesse this 3rd of November, 1748.^ 

,^ -n^ ^742 

Admitted. 

Jan. 11. William Roberts, aged 9, of Chancery Lane. 

1743 

Jan. 3. Joseph Robins, aged 10, of Doctors' Commons. 

^ Here begin the Registers of Admissions, preserved at Mercers' Hall. 



1747] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 85 



1745 

Admitted. 

Apr. 29. John Coleman, aged 9, of Basing Lane, with grandfather. 
May 6. William Sempill, aged 9, of West Smithfield, with grand- 
father. 
June 17. William Barnsley, aged 9, of Bridgewater Garden, with 
father. 
Samuel Barnesley, aged 8, of Bridgewater Garden, with 
father. 
Jan. 11. William Smith.i 

„ 14. George Hillier, aged 11, of Friday Street. 
„ 28. William Yates.^ 
Feb. 10. Thomas Davis Parker, aged 8, of Paul's Churchyard. 

1746 

Apr. 12. Theophilus Purser, aged 8, of Red Lyon Court, Fleet 
Street. 

Charles Young, aged 14, of Throgmorton Street. 

William Tyrrell, aged 9, of Great Queen Street. 

Francis Robins, aged 9, of Knight Rider Street. 

William Wetherell, aged 12, of West Smithfield. 

William Stringer, aged 12, of Drury Lane. 

Matthew Pugh.^ 

Captain, 1753-54 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1754-61 ; B.A. 1758 ; M.A. 1761. 

George Gillett, aged 9, of Fleet Market. 
George Chidley, aged 11, of Pall MalL 
David Parkinson, aged 12, of Mansell Street, Goodman's 
Fields. 
Mar. 23. Charles Hall, aged 10, of Symonds Inn, Chancery Lane. 

• 1747 

Mar. 30. John Warner, aged 11, of Bread Street Hill. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1755 (Ijut his name does not appear in the 
School Lists after 1750) ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Ex- 
hibitioner, 1755-60; B.A. 1758; MA. 1761 ; S.T.P. 1773; Rector 
of Hocl<cliffe and Chalgrave, Beds, 1771 ; Eector of Stourton, "Wilts; 
Chaplain to the English Embassy at Paris ; died 1800 ; author of 
Metron Aristoi), &c. 

William Wallis, aged 11, of Ely Court, Hatton Garden. 
Bartholomew Lowe (Low), aged 9, of Drury Lane. 
Richard Trenance, aged 10, of Charterhouse Street. 
Dead (sic in register). 

Anthony Young, aged 13, of Throgmorton Street. 
John Dell, aged 7, of St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Robert Stringer, aged 9, of Cheapside. 

These four were admitted iqion the nesse's first list given in, which is entered 
Foundation, and omitted in Mr. Thick- in fo. 1 of this Book." (Note in Register.) 



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86 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1747 

Admitted. 

July 20. George Spiltimber, aged 7, of Plough Court, Fetter Lane. 

Oct. 9. George Steward (Stewart), aged 12, of Wine Office Courtj 

Fleet Street. 

Jan. 18. Charles Turner, aged 12, of Hatton Garden. 

„ 26. Thomas Gibbons, aged 13, of Temple. 

Feb. 12. John Oswin.i 



1748 

Apr. 27. Shadrach Windsor, aged 8, of Throgmorton Street. 
May 16. Richard Cliverdon, aged 11, of Union Court, Holborne. 

The Register of the Children's Names admitted upon the Foundation 
of Paul's School. 

William Dunster, Esq., Survey or- Accountant. 

Elected June 16, 1748. 

June 29. Samuel Nicoll Edlyne (Edlyn), son of Mr. E. of India 
House. 

John Hale (Hall), son of , oylman, against New 

Church, Strand. 
John Eyles, with Capt. Burrish. 

Name erased — " his father desires him not to be on the Foundatiou," 
left in Vlllth, in the course of 1753. 

Aug. 31. Stephen Savignac, aged 11, with Mr. Guydott of the 

Temple. 
Sept. 2. Charles Randall, aged 14, son of Samuel R. of St. Clement's 
Churchyard. 
John Calcroft, aged 9, son of Thomas C, victualler, of Ivy 
Lane. 
„ 6. John Atkinson, aged 11, son of John A., oylman, of 
Ludgate Hill. 
John Williams, with Captain Burrish. 
„ 21. Joseph Roberts, aged 11, son of ]\Ir. R., apothecary in 
Christ's Hospital. 
Oct. 7. Francis Altham Cumberlege, aged 8, son of Mr. C, linen- 
draper, Newgate Street. 
William Stone, aged 8, son of Mr. S., merchant, in 
Bartholomew Close. 
„ 14. William Milns Whitaker, aged 12, son of John W., of 

Brook's Market, Holborne. 
„ 21. John Boyer, aged 14, son of Jonathan B., dyer, of Ivy 
Lane. 

Vide Order, October 21, 1748, For payment of the Gratuitys to the 
several Masters. 

* See Note, page 85. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 87 



George Frederick Pisley (Piesley), aged 9, son of John P., 

Fountain Court, Cheapside. 
John Soldon, aged 11, son of Francis S., St. Giles's in the 

Fields. 

" Never came to be admitted," April 4, 1749. 

Francis Soldon, aged 7, son of Francis S., St. Giles's in the 
Fields. 

" Never came to be admitted," April 4, 1749. 

Page Godfrey, aged 7, grandson of Nicholas Page, steward 
of the Middlesex Hospital. 

Mr. Godfrey, who is frequently mentioned in the life of Sir Ph. 
Francis as his schoolfellow and companion in travel (177'2), is there 
called Daniel ; this Page Godfrey is in the Vlllth with Francis, and 
probably is the one referred to. 

Kobert Atcherson (Atchison), aged 9, son of Robert A., of 

Kirby Street, Hatton Garden. 
Joseph Wagster, aged 12, son of Joseph W., of Brown 

Street, Sloorfields. 
William Champante, aged 10, son of Sussanna C, widow, 

of Whitechapel. 

Captain in the 4th (Green) Regiment of City Militia, 1778. 
Robert Kerry, aged 9, son of Fox K., grocer, in the 

Strand. 
John Mathews, aged 12, son of John M., Fetter Lane. 
Lewis Villette, aged 8, son of Rev. Lewis V., of St. 

Alphage. 
Joseph How, aged 9, son of Joseph H., late of St. Bride's. 
William Hawes, aged 11, son of Thomas H., of IsUngton. 
M.D. ; founder of the Eoj'al Humane Society ; died 1808. 

Thomas Clark, aged 8, son of John C, of Brown Street, 

Moorflelds. 
Henry Wick steed, aged 10, son of John W., gold beater, 

of Holborn. 
Thomas Wicksteed, aged 12, son of John W., gold beater, 

of Holborn. 
John Levick, aged 7, son of John L., of Salisbury Court. 
Robert Thomas Bostock, aged 10, son of Thomas B., Red 

Cross Square. 
Thomas Willson, aged 8, son of Thomas W., Grey's Lm 

Lane. 
John Roberts, aged 7, son of Edward R., Long Acre. 
Robert Garter (Carter), aged 10, son of Robert G., St 

Clement's Churchyard. 
Henry Robinson Yarp, aged 13, son of Amy Y., Dogwell 

Court, Fleet Street. 
Thomas Jones, aged 16, son of Thomas J., near The Garth 

in Brecknockshire. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ Church, Oxford, 1753-55. 

William Hutton Clendou, aged 12, son of — C, widow, 
Holborne. 



88 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1748 

Admitted. 

Nov. 11. John Wagster, aged 10, son of Joseph W., Brown Street, 

Moorfields. 
Samuel Marr, aged 8, son of William M., Featherston 

Street, Finsbuiy. 
Michael Hutton, aged 10, son of Michael H., shipwright, 

of Limehouse Bridge. 
Kobert Harris, aged 8, son of Robert H., of the Stamp 

Office. 
John Dodd, aged 10, son of John D., of Exeter Change 

Court, Strand. 
John Williams, aged 6, son of John W., grocer, of White- 
cross Street, 
Michael Rimmer, aged 12, son of William R., of the Stamp 

Office. 
Daniel Barber, aged 11, nephew of Daniel Bentley, in 

Sweeting's Alley. 
John Warburton, aged 14, son of John W., Somersett 

Herald. 
Attorney at Law, practising in Dublin ; married 1754. 

Henry Maidstone Farmer, aged 13, son of John F., of 
Cheshunt, gent. 

Appears head of the Sixth Class at the Apposition, June 1749, 
(there being no Seventh or Eighth Class) ; was Captain of the School at 
the Apposition of March, 1749 and 1750 (O.S.), and 1752 (N.S.) ; 
Pauline Exhibitioner, Queens' College, Cambridge, April 11, 1751 ; 
but died 1752. 

Joshua Davies, aged 13, son of Thomas D., Clerkenwell 

Close. 
George McDonald, aged 12, son of Peter McD., Chelsea 

College, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1752 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1754-60; B.A. 1757. 

Samuel Hay ward Browne, aged 11, son of John B., haber- 
dasher, Smithfield. 

James Roy, aged 10, son of Thomas R., Durham Yard, 
Strand. 

James Hardy, aged 13, with Thomas Roy, 

John Newsham, aged 7, son of Henry N., Blackman Street, 
Southwark. 

William Newman, aged 9, son of Elizabeth N., Sermon 
Lane, Doctors' Commons. 

James Darwell (Darvell), aged 11, son of John D., Henley, 
Oxfordshire. 

John Sage, aged 8, son of John S., haberdasher, Cheapside. 

Isaac Sage, aged 7, son of John S., haberdasher, Cheapside. 

Joshua Toulmin, aged 8, son of Caleb T., Aldersgate 
Street. 

Subsequently the Rev. Joshua Toulmin, of Taunton (Disney's Life 
of Syl-cs). 
Richard Hale (Hall), aged 9, son of Richard H., of Ewer 
Street, in the Park, Southwark. 



1748] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 89 

Admitted. 

Nov. 11. Robert Bo wring, aged 10, son of Robert B., of Upper 
Moorfields. 
James Grignion, aged 9, with his grandfather, Russell 
Street, Covent Garden. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1757 ; Trinity College, CaniLridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1760-64. 

„ 18. Thomas Leming, aged 10, son of Edward L., of Chancery- 
Lane. 

Richard EUile, aged 12, son of William E., of Ship Yard, 
Temple Barr. 

James Taylor, aged 7, son of William T., of Round Court, 
Strand . 

Thomas Sebastian Mason, aged 9, son of Abraham M., 
reedmaker, of Spitalfields. 

John Kettelby, aged 8, son of James K., apothecary, of 
Cateaton Street. 
„ 25. John Waterhouse, aged 10, son of Joshua W., of Bow 
Lane. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1757 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1760-6i; B.A. (Junior Op.) 1761. 

Thomas Brooksby, aged 8, son of Thomas B., scalemaker, 

of Wood Street. 
James Nelson, aged 9, son of James N., victualler, of 

Green Street, Holborn. 
Thomas James, aged 12, son of Arthur J., carpenter, of St. 

Andrew's, Holborn. 
Thomas Heblethwhite, aged 9, son of Nathaniel H., of Greys 

Inn Lane. 
Nicholas Daniel MuUer, aged 8, son of Dotleff M., without 

Bishopsgate. 
William Hubbald, aged 9, son of W^illiam H., linendraper, 

without Bishopsgate. 
Alexander Lewellin (Llewellin), aged 10, son of Rees L., 

cheesemonger, Theobalds Row. 
George Owen, aged 10, son of John 0., Great Carter Lane. 
James Edlestone, aged 10, son of John E., New Street, 

Shoe Lane. 
Thomas Robins, aged 9, Belle Sauvage Yard. 
„ 30. William Roberts, aged 9 (Mr. Deputy Daye). 
Dec. 2. Charles Spendelow, aged 8, son of Charles S., engraver, 

late of Whitefryars. 
George Nelson, aged 8, son of Henry N., of Aldermanbury. 
William Prothero, aged 9, son of John P., taylor, of Love 

Lane, Billingsgate. 
WilUam Phillips, aged 11, son of Charles P., fan-stick 

maker, of Hoxton. 
Samuel Gregge, aged 10, son of Ralph G., broker, of Budge 

Row. 
Richard Hewitt, aged 11, son of Jane H., of Red Lyon 

Street, Clerkenwell. 



90 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [174S 

Admitted. 

Dec. 2. John Smith, aged 13, son of Thomas S., bricklayer, of 

Falcon Court, Southwark. 
Thomas Oliver, aged. 12, son of Mathew O., shoemaker, 

of Holborne. 
Kobert Godfrey, aged 9, son of Robert G., late of Cradle 

Court, Red Cross Street. 
Edward Quincey, aged 10, son of William Q., of Purpoole 

Lane, Holborne. 
Joseph Marchet (Merchant), aged 10, son of Isaac M., 

peiTike maker, of Dagget Court, Moorfields. 

See Merchant Taylors' Kegister, 1747. 

„ 9. Mathew Wyatt, aged 9, son of Thomas W., carpenter, of 
Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

William George, aged 7, son of Thomas G., shoemaker, 
Cow Cross. 

Henry Therond (Terond), aged 11, at John Lewis's, School 
Master, Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

Son of Isaiali T., of London ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1753 ; Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1754-60 ; Scholar 1756 ; 
B.A. (6th Senior Op.) 1757 ; M.A. 1760 ; Fellow, 1758-82 ; Junior 
Treasurer, 1768-81. 

John Spavan, aged 10, son of George S., pamphlett seller, 
against St. Clement's Church in the Strand. 

John Lewis, aged 9, son of John L., of Little Queen Street, 
Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ Church, Oxford, 1755. 

Dimmock Allen, aged 9, son of Francis A., victualler, 

Purpool Lane, Holborne. 
Jan. 13. Henry Peter Lemay, aged 12, son of Daniel L., Brown 

Street, Moorfields. 
Samuel Jewster,aged 12, son of George J., Grey's Inn Passage. 
Robert Pritchard, aged 15, son of Robert P., Red Lyon 

Street, Whitechapel. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1753 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1754-60; Scholar, 1756; B.A. 1757; M.A. 1760; 
Fellow, 1758-63 ; Vicar of Blythe, Notts. 

Thomas Clark (Clarke), aged 10, son of Thomas C, Bride- 
well Precinct. 

Thomas Fowler, aged 7, son of William F., tallow chandler, 
of the Old Change. 

Joseph Mills, aged 10, son of Daniel M., of Vine Street, 
Hatton Garden. 

Thomas Gibbon, aged 13, son of Thomas G., of Moorfields. 

" Apprenticed " in the course of the year 1748-49. 
John Gibbon, aged 12, son of Thomas G., of Moorfields. 
Thomas Darley, aged 9, son of Peter D., shemff's officer, 

of Holborne. 
Edmund Cleark, aged 10, son of Edmund C, of Coldbath 

Fields. 
Arthur Newton, aged 7, son of John N., u^jholder, Coveut 

Garden. 



1749] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 91 

Admitted. 

Jan. 13. John Biddle, aged 12, son of Sarah B., widow, Mumford's 

Court. 
John Any on, aged 12, son of Thomas A., Theobald's Court, 

Theobald's Row. 
Richard Pyne, aged 11, son of Richard P., Southampton 

Row, Bloomsbnry. 
Thomas Lane, aged 9, son of Thomas L., late of Paul's 

Chain, Doctors' Commons. 
Edward Samuel Curtis, aged 8, son of Edward C, Brick 

Lane, Old Street. 
Robert Wetherell, aged 10, son of Robert W., of the 

Minorys. 
Jonathan Vincent, aged 8, son of Richard V., gent, Covent 

Garden. 
Peter Vitu (Vity), aged 10, of New Inn. 
Thomas Rogerson, aged 9, son of Henry R., watchmaker, 

Swithin's Lane, 
William Cooke, aged 9, son of Henry C, Gutter Lane. 
David Brady, aged 9, hatter, under the Exchange. 
John Knight, aged 9, son of Foster K., carver, Little Queen 

Street. 
George Kitching (Kitchin), aged 10, son of George K., 

taylor, Great Queen Street. 
Pendock Clark Price, aged 8, son of Thomas P., of 

Cornhill. 
William Jenks, aged 10, son of Mark J., of Brook Street, 

Holborue. 
Arnold Finchett, aged 7, the Corner of St, Paul's Church- 
yard. 
Mar. 20. John Pitcher, aged 10, son of Jane P., turner, of Clare 

Street, Clare Market. 
Edward Pitcher, aged 9, son of Jane P., turner, of Clare 

Street, CHare Market. 
,, 21. Herbert Jones, aged 9, son of Herbert J., gent, Compton 

Street. (Dr. Ayscough.) 

1749 

Apr. 7. Thomas Child, aged 12. 

William Parsons, aged 13, son of William P., carpenter. 

College Hill. 
Thomas Martin, aged 10, son of William M., silk dyer. 

Bow Lane. 
James Merriweather, aged 11. 

Did lie ever enter ? his name is not fonnd in the School List for 
1749. See Merchant Taylors' Eegistor, 1747. 

Thomas Dodson, aged 10, son of William D., distiller, late 

of Windmill Street. 
Henry Hughes, aged 12, son of John H., of Liverpool. 



92 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1749 

Admitted. 

Apr. 7. Edward Spencer, aged 9, son of Thomas S., carrman, Vine 
Yard, Miuorys. 
William Biggleston, aged 10, son of Thomas B., of the 

Custom House. 
Abraham Biggleston, aged 9, son of Thomas B., of the 

Custom House. 
Henry Garden, aged 9, son of Philip G., goldsmith, of 
Paul's Churchyard. 
May 5. John Waterman, aged 12, with Samuel Godfre}', wine 
cooper, Crutched Fryars. 
„ 26. William Heath, aged 10, son of John H., farrier. Broad Street. 

" Not j'et qualified." 

John Eaton, aged 7, son of Aaron E., shoemaker. Chancery 

Lane, 
June 2. Henry Dallway, aged 11, son of Alexander D., late a 

Lieutenant in the Army. 
John Warren, aged 12, son of Edward W., hotpresser, 

Aldermanbury. 
James Purkis, aged 13, son of Eobert P., victualler. Fleet 

Market. 
Thomas Olivant, aged 6, son of Thomas O., of Boult Court, 

Fleet Street. 
Elias Fassett, aged 8, son of Elias F., upholder, Holborne. 
John Gale, aged 11, son of Nathaniel G., upholder, 

Houndsditch. 
Enoch James, son of William J., St. James's Market. 
Josias Turges, aged 11, son of Josias T., Coldbath Fields.^ 

Mk. John Purcas, Surveyor-Accowptant. 

June 23, 1749. 

Henry Maidstone Farmer, Ca2Jtai)i. 

Admitted November 11, 1748. 

June 23. Henry John Maskall, aged 11. 
„ 26. Richard Yates, aged 9. 

Robert Willis, aged 13, son of Robert W., of Dorchester. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambiidge, 1754; B.A. 1758. 

July 8. John Blacknoe, aged 11. 

Charles Warner, aged 11, son of the Rev. Ferdinando W., 

Rector of Queenhythe. 
Joseph Hibbert, son of Joseph H., of St. Vadast parish. 
John Marsh, aged 9, son of John M., cheesemonger, late of 

the Strand. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1758 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1761-64 ; Scholar, 1759 ;"B.A. (Junior Op.) 1762 ; M.A. 
17C5 ; Fellow, 1764-84 ; Junior Dean, 1774-76. 

' P:iid to Ifr. Thicknesse (June 24, 1749) number of Scholars into the lower classes, 
for some extraordinary assistance given the £6 6?. (a.). 
Under Master on the admission of a great 



1749] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL 93 



Admitted. 

July 28. Robert Paltock, aged 12, son of Robert P., of Clement's Inn. 
Aug. 7. George Ellis, aged 11, sou of George E., attorney, of Grey's 
Inn Lane. 
Thomas Pestill, aged 11, son of — Pestill, widow. 
Allan Eccles, aged 9, son of Rev. Samuel E., of Bethnal 
Green. 

Allan Harrison E., Porter boy, 1757-58 ; Tauline Exhibitionor, 
1758 ; Brasenose College, Oxford ; Church Scholar, 1757 ; B.A. 1761 ; 
M.A. 1764 ; Post Fellow, 1764 ; Rector of St. Mar^', Stratford-le- 
Bow, 1771 ; died September, 1801. 

Sept. 21. Henry Davenport, aged 10, son of , widow, of Wood's 

Close. 
William Matkins, aged 12, son of Susa. M., pawnbroker, 

Goswell Street. 
Miles Stanley, aged 11, son of William S., Change Court, 

Exeter Change. 
Oct. 3. William Wright, aged 11, son of Jonathan W., baker, of 

East Smithfield, 
Charles Bunno, St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Charles Stott, aged 11, son of Charles S., hosier. Bishops- 
gate Street. 
Elliot Taylor, aged 8, son of Jasper T., watchmaker, 

Holborne. 
James Godwin, aged 10, son of Alexander G,, merchant, 

Garlick Hill. 
Peter Gordon, aged 10. 
Griffith Roberts, Chancery Lane. 

Nov. 10, John Smart, aged 8, son of , barber, in Little Britain. 

Beveridge Clendon, aged 12, son of the Rev. — Clendon. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1757 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; left 
1760. 

Robert Ashby, aged 11, son of Robert A., Well Close 

Square. 
Dormer Fynes, aged 12, at Mr. Fynes, jeweller, in 

Laurence Lane. 
Benjamin Vernon Cole, aged 10, near Christ's Hospital. 
Thomas Robinson, aged 10, son of Bartholomew R., 

tinman, Grey's Inn Lane. 
Christopher Cotterell, aged 9, son of Christopher C, 

silversmith, of Foster Lane. 
Dec. 8. William Minims, aged 10, son of Joseph M., victualler, 

of White Chapel. 
Thomas Branson, son of Richard B. 
Jan. 19. William Bott, aged 10, son of William B., baker, of 

Pannier Alley. 
Thomas Wright, aged 11, son of William W., sergeant 

in the 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards, Duchy Lane, 

Somersett House. 
Thomas Wells, aged 9, son of Sarah W., widow, of 

Fenchurch Street. 



94 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1750 

Admitted. 

Jan. 19. Edmund Natervall, aged 12. 

Feb. 16. Thomas Richardson, aged 8, son of John R., grocer, of 

Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane. 
Mar. 2. Charles Walls, aged 7, son of Charles W., coffeeman, of 

St. Martin's-le-Grand. 

1750 

Mr. Stevens Totton, Stirveyoo'-Accountant. 
Henry Maidstone Farmer, Captain. 

Admitted Novemler 11, 1748. 

Apr. 24. Henry Waite, aged 12, son of Robert W., toyman, against 
Bow Church. 
William Ayrton, aged 8, Wardrobe Court, Doctors' Commons. 
Joseph Williams Sumner, aged 9, son of William S., 

perriwig maker. Castle Yard, Holborne. 
Robert Brampton, aged 15.^ 

Captain, 1752-53 ; Pauline Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1754 ; left College, 1754. 

May 18. Thomas Petchey, aged 10, son of John P., Well Yard, near 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 
July 6. John Howes, aged 9. 

Thomas Bond, aged 10, son of John B., apothecary, of 

Cambridge. 
John Hague, aged 8, son of Sarah H., of Staining Lane. 
Sept. 7. John Townes, aged 10, son of John T., peruke maker, 

Newgate Street. 
John Banks, son of Benjamin B., hatter, St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
William Packer, son of William P. 
William Webb, aged 10, Hart Street, Co vent Garden. 
James Webb, aged 9, Hart Street, Covent Garden, (father 

and mother both dead). 
James Witherstone, aged 11, son of James W., clerk, 

Staines, Middlesex. 
John Durant, aged 10, at Mr. Emerson's, Little Kirby 

Street, Hatton Garden. 
Samuel Minchener, aged 12, son of Samuel M., watch- 
maker, Tart's Court, Smithfield. 
Richard Bunting, aged 10, son of Susanna B., Kirby 

Street, Hatton Garden. 
James Carter, aged 10, son of Robert C, porter, St. 

Clement's Churchyard. 
Charles Edward Beresford, aged 9, son of William B., 

taylor, White Hart Yard, Drury Lane. 
„ 21. John Chandler, aged 10. 

^ No Porter-boy appears in the Accounts appears to have been always Porter-boy, 
from 1745 to 1753, when Robert Brampton except in the case of Ecclea, 1757-58. 
held the post ; from that time the Captain 



1 75 1] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 95 

Admitted. 

Sept. 21. William Law, aged 10, son of , taylor, Vine Street, 

near St. Martin's Lane. 
Oct. 19. John Hewett, aged 8, son of Thomas H., of Clerkenwell. 

„ 23. Noel Whiting, aged 11, son of , upholsterer, Watling 

Street. 
James Russell, aged 11, son of Charles R., smith, of 
Coleman Street. 
Nov. 6. Abel Kettelby, aged 8, son of James K., apothecary, of 

Cateaton Street. 
Dec. 18. Thomas Collins, aged 12, son of Henry C, Doctors' 
Commons. 
„ 20. John Grove, aged 9, son of Theos. G., of the Company. 
Jan. 15. John -Williams, aged 10, son of Evan W., Anker Street, 
Spitalfields. 
George Cock, aged 12, son of David C, Piccadilly. 
Joseph Bartlett, aged 9, son of Joseph B., Basing Lane. 
William Lloyd, aged 10. 

John Houghton Farrer, aged 10, son of William F., car- 
penter, Bow Lane. 
Charles Rogers, aged 12, son of William R., grocer, of 
Tokenhouse Yard. 

Boys not on the Foundation in the year 1750 (O.S.) : — 

John Eyles, left in 1753-54. 

Thomas Hopkins, left in 1754-55. 

Henry Jarvis, left in the course of 1751. 

John Taylor, left in the course of 1751. 

William White, left in the course of 1751. 

Thomas Landseer, left in the course of 1751. 

Henry Smith, admitted on to the Foundation, May 17, 1751. 

William Edward Islington, admitted on to the Foundation, 

September 7, 1751. 
James Tibbatt, left in the course of 1751. 
William Langdale, left in the course of 1751. 
Thomas Slayter, left in the course of 1751. 
William Pittman, left in the course of 1751. 

1751 

Mr. Richard Chauncy, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Henry Maidstone Farmer, Captain. 

Admitted November 11, 1748. 

Apr. 12. WilUam Gretton, aged 15, son of John G., gent, of Bond 
Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1754 ; Peterhoiise, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior 
Op.), 1758 ; M.A. 1761 ; Vicar of Littlebury and Saffron Walden, 
Essex; appointed Master of Magdalen College, 1797 ; Archdeacon of 
Essex ; Prebendary of St. Paul's ; died 1813, aged 78. 



9fi SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1751 

AchnUlcd. 

Apr. 12. Barnard Gregory. 

See Merchant Taylors' Eegister, 17i8. 

Henry Shipton Cawne, aged 9, son of William C. 
„ 21. ArcLibald Hamilton, aged 10, son of Archibald H., printer, 
of St. Bride. 

Lewis Hoffman, aged 9, son of , shoemaker, Shire 

Lane. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1760 ; Jesus College, Oxford ; Scholar, 
1763-70 ; B.A. 1764 ; M.A. 1767. 

„ 26. Horatio Pitcher, aged 9, son of Jane P., turner, Clare 
Market. 
INIay 1. Thomas Shields, aged 12, son of Thomas S., waterman, at 
Somersett House. 
Charles Shields, aged 9, son of Thomas S., waterman, at 

Somersett House. 
William Debenham, aged 9, St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
,, 17. Philip Pitman, aged 10, with Mr. Oldershaw, in Turnbull St. 
William Evans, aged 8, son of Eliza E., Carter Lane. 
Henry Smith, aged 12, son of William S., apothecar}'. 
Doctors' Common.s. 

Mr. Joseph South, Surveyor-Accountant. 

June 22. Ralph Phelps, aged 11, son of Ralph P., attorney, of Lyon's 

Inn. 
William Langdale, aged 8. 
Henry Skinner, aged 12, son of Mr. Deputy Skinner, 

Poultry. 
Joseph Mackglashan, aged 10, son of Patrick M., surgeon, of 

Moorfields. 
Neil Mackglashan, aged 9, son of Patrick M., surgeon, of 

Moorfields. 
Humphry Skelton, aged 10, son of Humphry S., of 

Barbacan. 
Atwood Wigzell, aged 8, son of Atwood W., Rector of 

Saunderstead, Surry. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1761 ; Hertford College (Hart Hall), Oxford ; 
left College, 1765. 

John Green, aged 10, son of George G., apothecary, 

Croydon, Surry. 
Philip Rosenhagen, aged 14, son of Mrs. R., Isleworth. 

Captain, 1754-55 ; Pauline Exhibitioner ; St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. (9th Wrangler), 1760 ; M.A. 1763 ; Fellow of St. John's ; 
Rector of Mountuessing, Essex, 1765 ; became cliaplaia to a regiment, 
and married a sister of Mrs. Grosvenor. In 1770 he answered Dr. 
Johnson's pamphlet called Tlic False Alarm. He is said to have 
endeavoured to persuade Lord North that he was Junius, hoping to get 
a pension by undertaking to write no more ; but it is certain from 
Francis' letters that he was abroad during a great part of the Junius 
period ; in 1772 he was living a dissolute life in Paris. He is said to 
have refused to marry the Prince of Wales to Mrs. Fitzherbert. About 
1797 he was sent out as Ai'chdeacou of Colombo to Ceylon, where he 
died in September, 1798. 



1752] SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 97 

Admitted. 

June 22. Thomas Slaughter, aged 9. 

Sept. 7. John Wells, aged 13, son of John W., jeweller, Cheapside. 
William Islington, aged 12, with Mr. Lloyd, associate to 

Lord Justice Willes. 
William Broadbent, aged 10, son of Samuel B., at the 

Auditor's Office in the Excise Office. 
Samuel Leigh, aged 11, son of Henry L., warehouseman, 
at the Ship in Milk Street. 

Left in the course of the year, but appears again as admitted, 
January 24, 1753, his age remaining the same. 

Thomas Denham, aged 8, son of Thomas D., attorney, 

Aldersgate Street. 
Thomas Williams, aged 11, son of Thomas W., Salter, 

Thames Street. 
William Keighley. 
Nov. 22. Henry Sampson Woodfall, aged 12, son of Henry W., 

printer, of Paternoster Row. 

Left in 1754 ; was a shareholder in the Public Ledger, and (in com- 
bination with his father) manager, jirinter, and publisher ; he was 
]mnter of the Public Adrcriiscr, and it seems impossible to doubt that 
if Francis was Junius, Woodfall knew it ; he died December 12, 1805, 
aged 66. 

William Todd, aged 7, son of Charles T., Windmill Hill. 

Charles Blanchard, aged 9, son of Charles B., watchmaker, 
of Bartlett's Buildings. 
Dec. 4. Oliver Cromwell, aged 9, son of Mary C, widow, of Pater- 
noster Row. 

Thomas Cromwell, aged 8, son of Mary C, widow, of 
Paternoster Row. 



1752 

George Philips, aged 12, son of Thomazine P., founder, in 

Hound sditch. 
Henry Bolton, aged 12, son of John B., Bedford Court, 

Red Lyon Street. 
Thomas Higgins, aged 11, son of Thomas H., Paternoster 

Row. 

Captain, 1756-58 ; Pauline Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1761-65; B.A. 1762; M.A. 1775; 
appoiated Usher of St. Paul's School, 1763 ; resigned, 1782. 

Charles Woty, aged 11. 

Thomas Westley, son of John W., coachmaker, of Pall Mall. 

Bryan Rushworth Thompson, aged 10, son of Thomas R., 

chairmaker, of Ewers Street, Southwark. 
Felix Finley, aged 10, son of James F., of Laurence Lane. 
John Gough, aged 11, son of Cornelius G., victualler, of 

Brook's Market. 
Joseph Baskcomb, aged 12, son of Thomas B., hosier, of 

Crow^n Courts St. Martin's-le-Grand. 

H 



98 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1752 

Admitted. 

Jan. 20.^ Peter Crow, at Mr. Leigh's in Milk Street. 

James Wetlierell, son of Robert W. 

William Strong, aged 13, son of Francis S., hosier, of 
Barbacan. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1758 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1760-63 ; Scholar, 1759 ; B.A. 1762 ; M.A. 1765 ; 
Fellow of Trinity, 1763-68. 

„ 21. Nathaniel Adams, aged 8. 

George Westron, aged 11, son of George W., hatter and 
hosier, of the Strand. 
„ 24. William Trahearn, aged 8, son of William T., hatter, of 

St. Thomas's, Southwark. 
„ 31. Samuel John Surridge, aged 8, son of George S., coffeeman, 
of Chancery Lane. 
John Parker, aged 8, son of James P., of Milford Lane, 
St. Clement's. 
Feb. 21. Richard Pinchback, aged 8, son of Thomas P., of Barge 
Yard, Bucklersbury. 
„ 28. John Potts, aged 10, nephew of Mr. Richardson, druggist, 
Holborne. 
Gregory Wilder, aged 10, son of John W., Carter Lane. 
Thomas Hide, aged 10, son of John H., of Cambridge. 
William Batteson, son of George B., of St. Clement's. 
Mar. 6. John Hossack, aged 7, son of James H., peruke maker, 
against Surrey Street in the Strand. 
Charles Rivingtou Hopson, aged 8. 
„ 13. Francis Richardson, aged 8, son of John R., Cursitor 
Street. 
Thomas Cowper, aged 11, son of Thomas C, gent, of the 

Middle Temple. 
Richard Brocas, aged 8, son of Richard B., tobacconist, of 
Bread Street. 

Boys admitted, not on the Foundation, 1751-52 : — 

John Hale, left in 1752-53. 
Maynard Torine, left in 1754-55. 
Joseph Stansbury, left in 1752-53. 
Thomas Lewis, left in 1752-53. 
Francis Chambers, left in 1753-54. 

Mr. Robert Stebbing, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Robert Brampton, Captain. 

Admitted April 24, 1750. 

April 3. John McDonald, aged 9. 

Robert Nash, aged 10, son of N., leather dresser, of j 
Blackfryars. 

1 Here the Register changes from Ohl to New Style. 



1753] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 99 

Admitted. 

Ajinl 4. Thomas Barnard, aged 8, son of Sacheverell B., stationer, 
Mitre Court, Fleet Street. 
„ 9. William Constable, aged 12, son of Thomas C, of Leather 

Lane. 
„ 10. John Gilbert Hunt, aged 8, son of John H., of the Corn 

Meeter's Office, Tower Street. 
„ 24. John Hoskar, aged 12, son of John H., of the Cross Keys, 
Smithfield. 
Middleton Wilmott, aged 8, Lamb's Conduit Passage, Red 
Lyon Square. 
„ 30. Thomas Eling, aged 9, son of Richard E., peruke maker, 
Water Lane. 
Nathaniel Cooke, aged 10, son of Sarah C, of the 
Minories. 
;Mny 8. John Rutlidge, aged 10, son of Ann R., of Dean's Court, 
St. Martin' s-le-Grand. 
John Lawford Penrice, aged 11, son of Isaac P. 
„ 29. John Hillier, aged 9, grandson of Mr. Stephens, carpenter. 
William Mansfield Williams, aged 9, son of Martha W., of 

St. Sepulchre's. 
Samuel Ryley, aged 7, son of Samuel R., stationer, of the 

Temple. 
William Higgs, aged 12, son of William H., Knightrider 
Street, Doctors' Commons. 
June 12. Adrian Eastwick, aged 9, son of Henry E., Crutclied 

Fryars. 
Aug. 4. Thomas Cope, aged 11, son of Thomas C, of the Swan, in 
Smithfield. 
Jasper Taylor, son of Jasper T., coachmaker, of St. Andrew, 

Holborne. 
Francis Goodson, aged 10, son of — G., at Mr. Hopkins's, 

in Little Distafi:" Lane. 
Gilbert Filkin," aged 14, son of Richard F., of the Cursitor's 
Office, Chancery Lane. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1756 (?); B.A. 
1778. 

Oct. 2. James South, aged 13, son of William S., teller at the 
Bank. 

„ 6. William Francis, aged 16, son of , of Great Russel 

Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge 1756 ; left 1757. 

William Chilcott, aged 16, son of Rev. Dr. C, of Brentford. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ's College, Cambridge, 1756 ; B.A. 1759. 

Thomas Smith, aged 9, son of Edward S., jeweller, Forster 
Lane. 
„ 18. Joseph Hornby, aged 13, son of Joseph H., of the Pipe 
Office, Gray's Inn, and of New Ormon Street. 
William Hornby, aged 12, son of Joseph H., of the Pipe 
Office, Gray's Inn, and of New Ormon Street. 

H 2 



100 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1752 

Admitted. 

Oct. 26. John Wilmot, aged 12, son of William W., hosier, Norfolk 
Street. 

„ 28. Eubert Spencer, aged 8, son of , at the Greyhound, in 

Smithfield. 
Joseph Baxter, aged 12, son of Thomas B., wine cooper, 
of Cullum Street. 
Nov. 1. Carew Saunders, aged 12, son of Thomas S., attorney, 
Croydon, Surry. 
„ 23. John Warman, aged 9, son of John W., victualler, of Puddle 
Dock. 

1753 

Jan. 5. William Woodley, aged 8, son of Wm. W., taylor, Norfolk 
Street. 
„ 10. John Denham, aged 7, son of Thomas D., attorney, of 

Aldersgate Street. 
„ 12. Jacob Wakelin Horae, aged 9, son of Robert H., broker, of 

Red Cross Street. 
„ 24. Morris Huston, aged 11, son of John H., shoemaker, of 
Blackfryars. 
Samuel Leigh, aged 11, son of Henry L., of Milk Street. 
Thomas Gough, aged 10, son of Thomas G., late of the 
Inner Temple. 
Feb. 27. Thomas Denham, son of Thomas D., of Aldersgate Street. 
Mar. 13. William Simons, aged 9. 

„ 17. Philip Francis, aged 12, son of Rev. Philip F., South- 
ampton Street, Covent Garden. 

Captain, 1755-56 (he was probably a lioarJer in the house of Mr. 
Ely, the Usher ;) ou leaving the School he entered the office of the 
Secretary of State ; ai)pointed to the "War Office, 1763 ; one of the 
Members of Council, Bengal, 1773 ; his opposition there to Wan'en 
Hastings is a matter of history, as also the part whicli he subsequently 
took in the impeachment of the Governor-General ; he was Member of 
Parliament for various borouglis from 1781 to 1806 ; in 1806 he was 
invested with the Order of tlie Bath ; he died in 1818 ; he was the 
aiithor of numerous political si)eeches and pamphlets, and is generally 
admitted to have the best claim to the authorship of the celebrated 
Letters of Junius 

„ 20. George Dunch, aged 10, son of George D., goldsmith, of 

Mile End. 
William Williams, aged 12, son of Evan W., of Field 

Lane, Holborne. 
„ 15. William Ellis, aged 8. 

Boys admitted, not on the Foundation, 1752-53 : — 

John Harris, admitted on to the Foundation, April 5, 1753. 
Johnson Farrant, left 1754-55. 
Thomas Lewis, left 1753-54. 
John Farrant, left 1754-55. 
John Baker, left 1757-58. 



1753] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL 101 

Admitted. 

James Bourchier, admitted on to the Foundation, July 

24, 1753. 
William Barrisford, left 1753-54-. 
Joseph Chetwood, admitted on to the Foundation, May 

10, 1753. 
John Ellis, admitted on to the Foundation, April 5, 1753. 
Thomas Laurence, admitted on to the Foundation, April 

5, 1753. 
James Keighly, admitted on to the Foundation, April 

5, 1753. 

Mr. Timothy Helmsley, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Matthew Pugh, Captain. 

Admitted December 11, 1746. 

April 5. William Markham, son of William M., painter. 

John Harris, aged 14, son of John H., cyder merchant, of 

Croydon. 
John Ellis, aged 10, son of John E., attorney, of Grey's Inn 
Lane. 

Canipden Exhilutioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1762 ; left 
College, 1764; LL.B. 1770. 
Thomas James Lawrance, aged 7, son of Thomas L., of 

Ludgate Street. 
James Inglish Keighly, aged 6, son of Thomas K., of 

Paul's School, 
Thomas Netherclift, aged 10, son of Eachael N., of 

Shorter' s Court, Throgmorton Stz'eet. 
William Bird, aged 8, son of John B., officer of the excise, 

of Saffron Court, Saffron Hill. 
Thomas Ward, aged 9, nephew of Samuel Gibbs, in 
Nicholas .Lane. 
6. John Wall, aged 7, son of Charles W., coffee-house, of 
St. Martin' s-le-Grand. 
Ptichard Parkes, aged 10. 
May 5. Robert Allen, aged 8, son of Joshua A., staymaker of 
Charles Street, Covent Garden. 
George William Stoughton, aged 9, son of Wm. S., 

apothecary, of St. Paul's Churchyard. 
John Duddell, aged 9, son of John D., broker, of Hatton 
Garden. 

Pauline Exliibitioner, Pembroke College, Oxford, 1762 ; B.A. 1765 ; 
M.A. 1768. 
James Taylor, aged 11, son of James T., milliner, of Scroops 
Court, Holborn Hill. 
„ 7. John Coward, aged 9, son of Sarah C, widow, of Chancery 
Lane. 
10, Joseph Chetwood, aged 14, nephew to Jonathan C, 
silversmith, of Addle Hill, Doctors' Commons. 



102 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1753 

Admitted. 

May 21. Robert Bailey, aged 8, son of Robert B.,braizer, of Torney- 
gone Lane, Snow HilL 
„ 25. John Archdekin, aged 8, at Mr. Alsop's, Doctors' Commons. 
Peter Lowle, aged 10. 
June 20. John Briscoe, son of Mrs. B., housekeeper, Somerset 
House. 
Thomas Briscoe, son of Mrs. B., housekeeper, Somerset 
House. 
„ 23. Thomas Ellis, aged 8, son of David E., victualler, of 
Knightrider Street, Doctors' Commons. 
Charles Stayner, aged 5, son of Anthony S., watch- 
maker, in Ave Mary Lane, Ludgate Street. 
July G. John Tompkins, aged 10, son of Jane T., bricklayer, 
Coleman Street. 
„ 1 3.. Colston Carr, aged 1 2, son of Rev. Robert C, of Twickenham. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, St. Jolm's College, Cambridge, 1758 ; Gower 
Exhibitioner, 1757 ; LL.B. 1772. 

Moses Johnson, aged 10, son of Moses J., framework knitter, 

St. John Street, Clarkenwell. 
George Ainge, aged 7, son of Oliver A., attorney, Brook 
Street, Hatton Garden. 

„ 24. Joseph Smith, aged 10, son of , writing-master, of 

Christ's Hospital. 
James Bourchier, aged 11. 
Sept. 11. John Allner, aged 9, son of James A., hoop-bender, in 
Castle Street, Long Acre. 
„ 18. James Carnegy, aged 11, son of John C, printer, of 
Salisbury Court. 
Thomas Cox Sergrove, aged 9. 
William Sergrove, aged 7. 

Captain, 1762-63 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Oxford ; 
B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769; Fellow; B.D. 1778; Master of Pembroke, 
1782; D.D. 1789; died 1796. 

Oct. 20. Francis Ashton, aged 10, son of Edmund A., hairseller, of 
Chea}3side. 
„ 30. John Newman, aged 7, at Mrs. Angel's, Warwick Lane. 

Elias Simmons, aged 9, son of John S., plaisterer, of Cow 

Cross. 
Joseph Cock, aged 9, son of Joseph C, Highgate. 
Isaac Pitcher, aged 9, son of Jane P., cheesemonger, of 
Clare Street. 
Nov. 6. James Sibbald, aged 10, son of Mr. S., of the Company. 
„ 13. Samuel Cary, aged 11, son of Thomas Cary, of Maiden 

Lane, Covent Garden. 
, 22. William Perry, aged 7, son of Ann P., widow, of Chiswick. 
Dec. 8. William Miller, aged 11, St. John Street. 

Thomas Dale, aged 11, son of Thomas D., of Gerrards Hall 

Inn. 
George Burk Glass, aged 13, son of Hannah G., Tavistock 
Street, Covent Garden. 



1754] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 103 

Adiiiittcd. 

Dec. 8, William Weaver, aged 9, son of John W., vintner, of 

Smithfield. 
Jeremiah Reason, aged 12, son of Jeremiah R., bookseller, 

Fetter Lane. 
William Reason, aged 8, son of Jeremiah R., bookseller. 

Fetter Lane. * 
Robert Emmot, aged 9, son of Wm. E., hatmaker, of the 

Bun-ough of Southwark. 

He presented to the School Library in 1759 the MS. of Dean Colet's 
abstract of the Hierarchies of Dionysius. 



1754 

Jan. 14. Joseph Downes, aged 10, son of Robert D., watchmaker, 
Clerkenwell. 
Charles Green, aged 7. 
Joseph Ashbury, aged 10. 
„ 21. William Lindeman, aged 11, son of Wm. L., clerk of the 
Prerogative Office. 
Feb. 2. John Fortescue Aland, aged 14, son of John Fortescue A., 

apothecary. Grey's Inn Lane. 
Mar. 4. Robert Read, aged 9, son of Joseph R., clothworker, Osier 
Lane. 
Daniel Pilkington, aged 9, son of Thomas P., taylor, 

Blackfryars. 
John Godfrey, aged 11, son of John G., jeweller, against 

the London Hospital, Whitechapel Road. 
William Godfrey, aged 8, son of John G., jeweller, against 
the London Hospital, Whitechapel Road. 
„ 14. Moses Colley, aged 14, son of Rev. Hugh C, of Stepney. 

Panline Exhibitioner, Brasenose College, Oxford, 1758 ; Henley and 
Stoddart Scholar, 1760 ; B.A. 1762. 

Boys admitted, not on the Foundation, 1753-54 : — 

William Chaddocke, left the School in the course of 

1755-56. 
John Umfreville, admitted on to the Foundation, March 

4, 1755. 

Me. George Major, SurvcTjor-Accounfard. 
Philip Rosenhagen, Captain. 

Admitted June 22, 1751. 

Apr. 29. Thomas Freeman, aged 8, son of Thomas F., "Black 
Raven," Fetter Lane. 
Samuel Sympson, aged 10, son of Isaac S., stationer. 
William Wightman, aged 14, son of William W. 
Joseph Wightman, aged 12, son of William W. 



104 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1754 

Ad^nitted. 

Apr. 29. Abraham Low, aged 11, son of , hog butcher, Old 

Street. 
„ 30. Stephen Tunks, aged 8, son of Stephen T., victualler, 
of Kensington. 
May 6. Thomas Halliday, aged 11, son of Peter H., carpenter, of 
St. Bride's. 
Joseph Crook, aged 7, son of Joseph C, grocer, of Fleet 

Market. 
Thomas Wilkinson, aged 10, son of Thomas W., taylor, of 

Albemarle Street, Clerkewell 
Anthony Merryfield, aged 8, son of Eliza M., of Fleet 
Street. 
„ 21. Joseph Starkey, aged 7, son of Joseph S., of St. Paul's 
Churchyard. 
William DavenjDort, aged 11, son of William D., gent, 

of White Cross Street. 
James George Wilson, aged 9, son of James W., shoemaker, 

of Shire Lane, Temple Barr. 
Bartholomew Shorey, aged 10, son of Pyke S., wine cooper, 
Southampton Buildings, Holborne. 
June 28. Zechariah Cave, aged 9, son of William C, coi^persmith, of 
Smithfield. 
Robert Lloyd, aged 10, son of James L., bookseller, near 

Blackfriars. 
John Ashford, aged 11, son of Elizabeth A., chandler's 

shop, in Brook's Market. 
William Waller, aged 10, son of the Rev. John W., 

{deceased). 
Thomas Leonard Vaughan, aged 11, son of Edward V., 
fanmaker, Cornhill. 
July 9. Joseph Gribble, aged 12, son-in-law of Adam Robinson, 
greengrocer. Bell Yard, Temple Barr. 

Pauliue Exhibitioner, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1759, sizar, 
entered as Josiah G. ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1763 ; M.A. 1766. 

John Holland, aged 7, son of William H., oylman, of 

St. Paul's Churchyard. 
„ 12. Thomas Merriton, aged 10, son of Thomas M., silversmith, 

of Wood Street, 
Benjamin Clarke, aged 8, son of Mrs. Clarke, toyshop, 

Coldbath Fields. 
„ 29. John Jackson, aged 7, son of John J., of Clerkenwell Green. 
James Winch, aged 11, son of James W., ironmonger, of 

King Street. 
William Plummer, aged 8, son of Samuel P., draper and 

taylor, of St. Clement's Danes. 
Sept. 6. Richard Rooke, aged 10, son of Richard R., farrier, of 

Sali.sbury Court. 
Jeremiah Taylor, aged 10, son of Thomas T., of Smith's 

Court, Holboine. 



I7S5] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 105 

Admitted. 

Sept. 6. William Reason, aged 11, father and mother dead, nephew of 

William Taylor, woodmonger. Swan Yard in the Strand. 

Oct. 1. Francis Fisher, aged 11, son of Deborah F., lighterwoman, 

of Garlick Hill. 

Charles Cock, aged 8, son of David C, coal merchant, of 

Scotland Yard*. 
Nathaniel Hudson, aged 10, son of Nathaniel H., perriwig 

maker. New Street, Fetter Lane. 
Edward Hughes, aged 10, son of Edward H., Royal 
Exchange Coffeehouse. 
„ 29. Mathew Brown, aged 8, son of Robert B., printer, of 
Windmill Court, Pye Corner. 
John Penny, aged 12, son of John P., near St. Clement's 

Church, Strand. 
Henry Finch, aged 10. 
Dec. 6. WilUam Heme, aged 8, son of Basil H., attorney, of 
Paternoster Row. 
Richard Wilkins, aged IG, son of Richard W., at — Hazels, 
Esq., Bethnell Green. 
„ 20. George Nodes, aged 11, son of John N., distiller, of St. 
John Street. 

1755 

Jan. 9. Abraham Saffell, aged 7, son of Joseph S., barber, of St. 

Mary Ax. 
Thomas Jarvis, aged 11, son of Thomas J., butterseller, 

New Market, Fleet Ditch. 
Feb. 1. William Lewas, aged 11, son of William L., of St. Dunstan's 

Alley, near Tower Street. 
John Search, aged 11, son of George S., messenger to the 

Commissiouers of Sewers, of Mile End. 
William Quick, aged 10, son of William Q., at the Piince 

of Orange's Head, near Whitechapel Fields. 
John T wells, aged 7, son of John T., of Wood Street. 
„ 11. John Brownrigg, aged 8, son of James B., printer, of Britain's 

Court, Water Lane, Fleet Street. 
George Langford, aged 10, son of Richard L,, Excise Office. 
Anthony Larrett, aged 9, son of Elizabeth L., widow, of 

Angell Street, St. Martin' s-le-Grand. 
„ 24. John Patterick, aged 9, son of John P., Excise Office. 

Charles Lister Richardson, aged 7, son of John R., grocer, 

of St. Andrew, Holborne. 
Thomas Tilt, aged 10, son of , at the King's Head 

Tavern, Fleet Street. 
Thomas Paterson, aged 8, son of Andrew P., of the Cloysters, 

Smithfield. 
Robert Tamer, aged 10, son of Robert T., staymaker, of 

Holborne. in St. Giles's-in-the-Fields. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1755 



26. Edward D'Oyly, aged 11, sou of Thomas D'O., attorney, of 
Grey's Inn. 
William Ashwood, aged 9, son of Benjamin A. 

28. George Hoffman, aged 10, son of , of Sheer Lane. 

Richard Troughton, aged 12, son of Zouch T., attorney, 
late of Green Lattice Lane. 
;h 4. John Umfreville, aged 13, son of William U., attorney, of 
Crane Court, Fleet Street. 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1754—55 : — 

William Thatcher, left 1755-56. 

Edward Smith, left 1756-57. 

William Dean, left 1755-56. 

James Dean, admitted on to the Foundation, June 20, 1755. 

Joseph Pratt, admitted on to the Foundation, April 9, 1756. 

Mk. Rowland Winn, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Philip Francis, Captain. 

Admitted March 17, 1753. 

16. John Platel, aged 14, son of the Rev. Peter P., of Enfield. 
18. John Glassby, aged 9, son of George G., chandler's shop, of 

Kirby Street, Hatton Garden. 
11, William Glassby, aged 8, son of George G., chandler's shop, 
of Kirby Street, Hatton Garden. 
Thomas Hurd, aged 9, son of Hannah H., vintner, of Fore 
Street. 
20. Joseph Malpas, aged 8, son of Joseph M., jeweller, of Wood 
Street. 
James Dean, aged 11, son of James D., distiller, of Alders- 
gate Street. 
Southerton Backler, aged 9, son of Southerton B., apothecary, 
of Aldermanbury Postern. 

Apparently became a Navy Accomptant and resided at Apothecaries' 
Hall ; see the admission of his son John, August 1790, and of 
Sotherton, March 13, 1809. 

Arthur Atkins, aged 8, son of Edward A., gent, of 

Westminster. 
,15. Robert Cawne, aged 8, son of William C. 

John Willoughby, aged 7, son of John W., tallow chandler, 

Sermon Lane, Doctors' Commons. 
John Higgins, son of Thomas H., tinplate worker. 
Charles Fonnereau, aged 10, son of Claudius F., D.D. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1762 ; but died 

in 1763. 
Edward Vaughan, aged 9, son of Edward V., fanmaker, of 

Cornhill. 
Thomas Gwynn, aged 11, son of Rebecca G., of Cary 

Street. 



I7S6] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 107 

Admitted. 

Sept. 15. William Harris, aged 9, son of William H., carpenter, 
St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Thomas Matchwicke, aged 9, son of Thomas M., currier, of 

Shoe Lane. 
William Walton, aged 9, son of Benjamin W., of St. Mary Ax. 
Paul Humphry es, dged 11, son of Edward H., sugar baker, 

of Little Queen Street. 
Philip Wickstead, aged 8. 

Richard Boteler, aged 8, son of Richard B., of Fenchurch 
Street. 
„ 24. John Twells, aged 7, son of John T., hosier, of Wood 
Street. 
Nov. C. John Hughes, aged 8, son of Edward H., coffeeman, of 
Threadneedle Street. 
John Royle, aged 8, of Wood Street. 
Joshua Pearson, son of John P., iiiholder, of St. John's, 

Clerkenwell. 
John Hagan, aged 9, son of John H., of Salisbury Court, 

Fleet Street. 
Thomas Griffiths, aged 15, son of Thomas G. 
„ 28. Thomas Thompson, aged 9, son of Thomas T., cutler, of Ivy 
Lane. 
Dec. 2 Creswell Hunt. 
„ 10. Thomas Greening, aged 10, son of William G., cyder 
merchant, of Glasshouse Street, Burlington Gardens. 



1756 

Jan. 27. John Hawkins, aged 16, son of Rev. Francis H., rector of 
Higham Gobion, Bedfordshire. 

Captain, 1758-59 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Peterliouse, Cambridge ; 
B.A. (9th, Wrangler), 1763; M.A. 1766; Fellow. 

John Fernihaugh, aged 10, son of Thomas F., warehouse- 
man, of Cold Bath Fields. 

James Ward, aged 7, son of James W., butcher, of Clare 
Market. 

Thomas Lane, aged 7, son of William L., gent, of Castle 
Yard, Holborne. 
Feb. 4. Thomas Shad, aged 13, son of Thomas S., butcher. 

John Duddle, aged 9, son of John D., broker, of Hatton 
Garden. 

John D. was admitted in 1753 ; in the 1756 list this boy appears 
as James D. 

George Patrick, aged 8, son of Thomas P., farmer, of 
Markstey, near Colchester. 
„ 12. Samuel Anderson, aged 11, son of Samuel A., innholder, of 
Little Britain. 
Mar. 1. William Sutton, aged 15, son of John S., baker, of Wood 
Street. 



108 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1756 

Admitted. 

Mar. 26. Thomas Williams, aged 14, son of Rev. Jenkin W., clerk, 
of Swansey, Glamorganshire. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Cambridge, 1759 ; Gower 
Exhibitioner, 1758. 

Apr. 2. William Hall, aged 13, son of William H., butcher, of 
Rotherbithe. 
„ 8. Edward Jenkins, aged 12, son of Thomas J., clerk in the 

Prerogative Office, Doctors' Commons. 
„ 9. Joseph Pratt, aged 9, son of Richard P., gent, of Vaux Hall. 
John Holmes, aged 12, son of Prudence H., grocer, near 
Baynard's Castle, Thames Street. 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1755—56 : — 

Christopher Armstrong, admitted on to the Foundation, 

September 7, 1756. 
John NichoUs, admitted on to the Foundation, July 31, 

1756. 
William Higgs Barker, admitted on to the Foundation, 

May 10, 1756. 
John Fashion Fashion, left 1756—57. 
Henry Stone, left 1758—59. 
Stephen Frederick Andrews, left 1756—57. 
John Griffiths, admitted on to the Foundation, July 31, 

1756. 
John Holms, admitted on to the Foundation, April 9, 1756. 
John Rich, admitted on to the Foundation, February 24, 

1757. 
Thomas Dale, admitted on to the Foundation, February 

10, 1757. 
William Fashion, admitted on to the Foundation, February 

10, 1757. 

William Edwards, admitted on to the Foundation, January 

11, 1757. 

Thomas Simpson, left 1756—57. 

Nathaniel Hudson, left 1756—57. 

William Richardson, admitted on to the Foundation, May 

11, 1757. 
John Emery Norris, admitted on to the Foundation, January 

20, 1758. 
John Twells, left 1756-57. 
Ulysses Turner, admitted on to the Foundation, April 28, 

1756. 
William Denham, admitted on to the Foundation, April 28, 

1756. 
William Grainger, admitted on to the Foundation, April 

28, 1756. 
Thomas Grainger, admitted on to the Foundation, April 

28, 1756. 



I7S6] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 109 

Admitted. 

John Price, admitted on to the Foundation, September 7, 

1756. 
Isaac Hooper, admitted on to the Foundation, September 

21, 1756. 
John Simpson, left 1756—57. 

Mr. Nathaniel Philips, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Thomas Higgins, Captain. 

Admitted January 20, 1752. 

Apr. 28. William Denham, aged 8, son of Thomas D., attorney, of 

Aldersgate Street. 
Ulysses Turner, aged 11, son of Joseph T., watchmaker, of 

George's Court, Clerkenwell. 
William Grainger, aged 12, son of Richard G., wharfinger, 

of Black Fryars. 
Thomas Grainger, aged 11, son of Richard G., wharfinger, 

of Black Fryars. 
Stephen Austin Cumberlege, aged 9, son of John C, 

linnendraper, of Newgate Street. 
John Passavant, aged 10, son of John P., goldsmith, of 

Craven Buildings. 
May 10. William Higgs Barker, aged 12, son of George B., taylor, 

of Great Russell Street. 

Pauliue Exhibit ioner. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1761 ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1764-67 ; B.A. 1765 ; Fellow of Dulwich College ; Head 
Master of Carmarthen Grammar School, 1767 ; Author of a Hebrew 
Grammar, &c. 

John Hyde, aged 9, son of Thomas H., of Gutter Lane. 
June 4. Robert Lockeed, aged 10, son of Robert L., of St. Clement 

Danes. 
July 31. John NichoUs, aged 12, son of John N., brushmaker, of 
Bread Street. 
James Spencer, aged 9, son of EdAvard S,, lastmaker, of 

Angel Street, St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
John Griffiths, aged 9, son of Thomas G., of Ivy Lane. 
Sept. 7. John Price, aged 11, son of Thomas P., telescopemaker, of 
Bull and Mouth Street. 
William Coring, aged 8, son of William C, of St. John's, 

Clarkenwell. 
Christopher Armstrong, aged 14, son of Christoj)her A., 
victualler, of St. Martin's Lane. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1760 ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1764-67 ; B.A. 1764. 

Joseph Hearn, aged 11, son of Joseph H., callioe (sic) glaizer, 
of Wood Street. 
„ 21, Robert Harden, aged 7, son of Joseph H., watchmaker, 
St. John's, Clerkenwell. 



110 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1757 

Admitted. 

Sept. 21. Isaac Hooper, aged 9, son of Sarah H., plumber, of Queen 
Street. 
Samuel Picart (Pickard), aged 8. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Jesus College, Oxford, 1765 ; but left College, 
1766. 

John Oates, aged 8, son of WilHam 0., of Danbridge, 
Yorkshire. 
Oct. 5. John Smith, aged 9, son of Ehza, upholder, of Fleet Street. 



1757 

in. 11. William Edwards, aged 10, son of Anna Maria Aylesbury, 

wire drawer, of White Fryars. 
Thomas Stibbs, aged 11, son of Thomas S., joyner. 
William Holland, aged 10, son of William H., oylman, of 

St. Paul's Churchyard. 
George Lowalell, aged 11, son of George L., surgeon, of 

Shoreham, Sussex. 
Stephen Broome, aged 10, son of Stephen B., cabinet 

maker, of Peter Street, Saffron Hill. 
William Corden, aged 11, son of James C, taylor, of the 

Chequer in Chick Lane, 
-'b 10. Thomas Dale, aged 9, son of Thomas D. (deceased). 

Francis D., his grandfather, lives near Hoxton Square. 
William Fashion, aged 10, son of John F., linen drajDer, of 

Cheapside. 
George Aldrich, aged 9, son of Rev. Mr. A., rector of 

St. James, Clerkenwell. 
Charles Moore, aged 14, son of Dr. Thomas M., minister of 

Aldersgate. 

Captain, 1759-60 ; Campden Exhiliitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Scholar, 1760; PeiTy Exhibitioner, 1764-65; B.A. (Fu'st 
Senior Op.), 1764 ; Members' Prize ; (Middle Bachelor), 1765 ; (Senior 
Bachelor), 1766 ; M.A. 1767 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1765-71 ; Rector of 
Cuxhaven, Kent ; Vicar of St. Nicholas, Ptoohester, and one of the Six 
Preachers at Canterbury ; Author of A Full Inquiry into the Subject 
of Suicide, and some Sermons. 

„ 24. John Rich, aged 14, at Mr. Bonafous, appothecary in 
AJdermansbury. 
James Hyde, aged 7, son of Thomas H., goldsmith, of 
Gutter Lane, 
ar. 7. Edward Ward, aged 9, son of Edw^ard W., of St. James, 
Clerkenwell. 
Robert Slade, aged 8, son of William S., barber, of 

Blackfriars. 
George Chapman, aged 9, son of George C, barber, of 

Paternoster Row. 
Charles Stewart, aged 8. 
„ 12. John Leeke, aged 9, son of Thomas L., poi'ter, of Old 
Boswell Court, near Cary Street. 



1757] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. Ill 

Boys admitted, not on the Foundation, 1756—57 : — 

Alexander Patterson, left in 1757—58, 

Thomas Baker, left in 1757—58. 

Thomas Fairbank, admitted on to the Foundation, Mav 4, 

1757. 
John Villette, admitted on to the Foundation, June 9, 1757. 
Charles Stewart, admitted on to the Foundation, March 7, 

1757. 
Edward Ward, admitted on to the Foundation, March 7, 

1757. 
John Cornish, left 1757-58. 
Adam Hearn, admitted on to the Foundation, June 9, 

1757. 

Thomas Godfkey, Esq., Sutvctj or- Accountant. 
Thomas Higgins, Captain. 

Admitted Jammry 20, 1752. 
Admitted. -r\ • 

Apr. 20. Thomas Denham, aged 9, son of Thomas D., ironmonger, 
of Aldersgate. 
28. William Wilkinson, aged 10, son of William W., brasier, 
of Fetter Lane. 

Thomas Ayrton, aged 9, son of William A., clerk in the 
Crown Office, of Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

George Taylor, aged 11, son of Samuel T., tanner. Sitting- 
bourn, Kent. 

William Matthews, aged 12, son of William M., baker, of 
Newgate Street. 

Iltyd Nicholl aged 13, son of Whitlock N., of Ham, 
Glamorganshire, South Wales. 

Captain, 1761 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Jesus College, Oxford ; Scholar, 
1762; Fellow, 1765; B.A. 1765; M.A. 1767; B.D. 1775; D.D. 
1779. 

Jeremiah Bullock, aged 11, son of William B., of Spread 

Eagle Court, Grey's Inn Lane. 
Charles Allen, aged 8, son of Thomas A., silversmith, of 
Gutter Lane. 
May 4, Thomas Fairbanck, aged 11, son of John F., of Warwick 
Lane, Christ Church. 
11, William Richardson, aged 10, son of John R., of Cursitor's 

Street, Chancery Lane. 
14. Martin Tims, aged 8, son of Martin T., baker, of Shoe Lane. 
John Adelmare Csesar, aged 8, son of John C, late of 

Doctors' Commons {deceased). 
William Jackson, aged 10, son of Thomas J., druggist, at 
the King's Arms, the corner of Craven Buildings, 
Drury Lane. 
June 9. Robert Bard, aged 7. 



112 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1757 

Adiiiiltcd. 

Juue 9. Julin Yillette, aged 10, son of the Kev. Lewis Y., curate of 
St. Luke's, Old Street. 

Ill admissions February 18, 1763. Tliis boy is not found in the lists 
between 1759 and 1763. Probably Eev. John Yillette, Chaplain of 
Newgate Gaol, who died 1799. 

Adam Heine, aged 8, son of Bazel H., Paternoster Row. 
Francis Bumstead, aged 11, son of John B., pressmaker, 
Old Baily. 
„ 18. William Fry, aged 11, son of Stephen F., inholder, late of 
Fryday Street (deceased). Son-in-law to Isaac Merry- 
weather, of Friday Street, inholder. 
Joseph Burghall, aged 10, son of Joseph B., of Blackmoor 

Street. Clare Market. 
Isaac Haynes, aged 11, son of Mrs. H., victualer, of New 
Street, Shoe Lane. 
July 22. Thomas Jordan, aged 6, son of Thomas J., baker, of Ave 

Mary Lane, Paternoster Row. 
Aug. 30. David Mathurin Digges La Touche, aged 12, son of James 
Digges La T., esq., of Hatton Garden. 

Trinity College, Dublin; Scholar, 1765; B.A. 1767; M.A. 1772; 
died unmarried, 1778. 

William George Digges La Touche, aged 10, son of James 
Digges La T., esq., of Hatton Garden. 

British Resident at Bnssora ; died 1803. 

"No man ever deserved better at the hands of the Ai-abs, or was 
more highly respected and esteemed amongst them than Mr. La Touche, 
his wonderful humanity and boundles.'i generosity to the unhappy 
captives of Jebur, had gained him their warmest affection. "When 
Bussora was besieged by the Persians, he .sheltered within his own 
walls, and under the protection of the Factory and the English Flag, 
the i^rincipal people with their wives and families, and when the 
miserable inhabitants of Jebur, according to the custom of the Persians 
to prisoners taken in war, became the slaves of their opponents, he 
ransomed them without distinction at his own expense." — Travels of 
Majur John Taylor of the Bombay Estahliahmcnt from England to 
India in 1789, by the tcay of Alcp2M, and over the Great Dcsart to 
Bussora. 

Sejit. 30. Benjamin Waller, aged 11, son of the Rev. John W. (dec). 
William Hotfman, aged 9, son of George H. 
John Fawcett, aged 11, son of John F., taylor, Houndsditch. 
William Malpas, aged 9, son of Joseph M., jeweller, Wood 

Street. 
Charles Gordon, aged 11, son of Alexander G., broker, 

Pinces Street. 
Richard Luffman, aged 8, son of Richard L., Creed Lane. 
Nov. 25. Robert Brooke, aged 11, son of John B., packer, late of 

Coleman Street (deceased). 
Samuel Chadwick, aged 12, son of John C, brewer, Lynn, 

Norfolk. 
Richard Spike, aged 8, son of Richard S., at Corvin's 

Elaboratory, Cold Bath Fields. 
„ 29. Robert Watson, aged 10, son of Thomas W., innholdcr, 

late of Smithfield (deceased). 



1758] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 113 



1758 

Admitted. 

Jan. 20. John Emery Norn's, aged 8, son of Christopher N., book- 

binrler, St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Theophilus Digges La Touclie, aged 7, son of James Digges 

La T., esq., of Hatton Garden, 

Merchant ; died uiimamed, 1778. 

William Whitaker, aged 8, son of William W., innkeeper, 

of White Horse Inn, Friday Street. 
Benjamin Hawkins, aged 9, son of Benjamin H., jeweller, 

of Munkwell Street. 
Nathaniel Nicholls, aged 12, son of John N., brushmaker, 

of Bread Street. 
Samuel Nicholls, aged 11, son of John N., bruslnnaker, of 

Bread Street. 
Daniel Hook, son of Daniel H., staymaker, of Mansfield in 

Nottinghamshire. 

"He is dead" (note in the Register), apparently meaning that lie 

never attended the School. 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1757—58 : — 
Thomas Windle, left in 1759-60. 

Died 1832. 

William Selby, admitted on to the Foundation, March 23, 
1758. 



William Tennant, Esq., Surveyor-Accountant. 
John Hawkins, Captain. 

Admitted January 27, 1756. 

[ar. 23. William Selby, aged 10, son of James S., picture-frame 

maker, of Little Brittain. 
Thomas Barker, aged 10, son of James B., goldsmith, of 

Searle Street. 
John Cook, aged 8, son of John C, St. Bridge's, Fleet 

Street. 

Richard Wickstead, aged 8, son of , of Clarkenwell. 

John Bayly, aged 14, son of Herbert B., jeweller, of 

Watling Street. 
Samuel Beecroft, aged 8, son of Robert B., haiiseller, 

facing Southampton Street. 
John Cooke, aged 9, son of Henry C, pamphlet seller, 

Royal Exchange. 
Philip Batteson, aged 9, son of George B., St. Martin's-le- 

Grand. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, All Souls College, Oxford, 1765; B.A. 1768. 

Entered as Bason in the Mercers' Register and corrected. 

I 



114 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1758 



Thomas Godfrey, Acting Surveyor-Accountant} 

Admitted. 

Apr. 7. Robert Morris, aged 8, son of Robert M., herald painter, of 

St. Gregory's Parish. 
George Pennick, aged 10, son of George P., coffeeman, of 

Bishopsgate Street. 
May 10. John King, aged 11, son of John K., shipwright, of Strand - 

on-the-Green, near Chiswick. 
Daniel Watering, aged 11, son of Thomas W., at the Post 

Office. 
Thomas Hutchinson, aged 10, son of John H., of the Three 

Bells, Wormwood Street, Bishopsgate. 
William Turnham, aged 10, son of Thomas T., victualler, 

Aldersgate Street. 
John Mills, aged 8, son of Daniel M., jappanner. Vine 

Street, Hatton Garden. 
Samuel Taylor, aged 8, son of Jasper T., watchmaker, 

Holborn. 
Thomas D'Oyly (Doyly), aged 13, son of the Rev. Thomas 

D., D D., rector of St. Mary Abchurch. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ's College, Cambridge, March 27, 1762 ; 
B.A. 1766; St. John's College; Fellow; M.A. 1769; Vicar of St. 
Peter's, St. Alban's, Herts ; Vicar of Walton-on-Thames ; died 1816, 
aged 73. 

William Augustus Skinner, aged 9, son of William S., 

attorney, Wood Street. 
George Adams, aged 8, son of George A., mathematical 

instrument maker. Fleet Street. 
John Williams, aged 10, son of Mary W., publican, Angel 

Street. 
June 6. Peter Sandiford, aged 8, son of Rowland S., vicar of Christ 

Church. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christ! College, Cambridge, 1767 ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1767; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1771; M.A. 1774; 
Fellow of Coi-pus ; Eector of Fulmondeston with Thirning, Norfolk, 
1778 — 1810 ; Gresham Professor of Astronomj-, 1795 ; Domestic 
Chaplain to Archbishop Moore, 1799 — 1805 ; Rector of Newton (Isle 
of Ely), 1810; D.D. from the Archbishop of Canterbury; Rector of 
Ashbury (sinecure), Berks, 1820 ; died 1835, aged 85. 

Charles Sandiford, aged 7, son of Rowland S., vicar of 
Christ Church. 

Captain, 1768-69 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Sidney Sussex Collecje, 
Cambridge; B.A. (3rd Wrangler), 1773; Fellow "of Trinity Hall, 
1776-81 ; M.A. 1776 ; Members' Prize (Senior Bachelors), 1775. 

W^illiam Garland, aged 8, son of George G., cooper, of 
Barnaby Street. 

1 Memorandum. — Mr. Tennant being duty of his office as SuiTeyor- Accountant 

obliged to go to Bath, ho desired Thomas of St. Paul's School during his absence, 

Codfrey, Esq. (late Surveyor- Accountant), March 24, 1758. 
to act for him in everything relating to the 



1758] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 115 



Children admitted by WiLLiAM Tennant, Esq. : — 

Admitted. 

July 14. Philip Toosey, aged 13, son of John T., rector of Hesset, in 

Suffolk. 

Captain, 1761-62 ; Pauline E.xliibitionev, Trinity College, Camlnidgo ; 

but left College in 1764. 

John Panchen, aged 10, son of Giles P., of Doctors' 
Commons. 

Pauline E.xhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1767 ; 
Sykes Exhibitiouer, 1767 ; B.A. 1771. 

Thomas Clennell, aged 7, son of Thomas C, of Fleet Street. 
. William Reyner (Rayner), aged 14, son of William R., of 
Cold Bath Fields. 

Pauline E.xhibitioner, Caius College, Cambridge, 1763 ; was admitted 
"pauper Scholaris, scriniarii filius " ; B.A. 1765 ; Curate of Worling- 
worth, 1767 ; Vicar of Caltliorps, Norfolk ; died 1800 ; author of 
Miscellanies. 

John Clarke, aged 11, son of John C, of Aldgate Parish. 
„ 19. Thomas Hunt, aged 12, son of Thomas H., taylor, of St. 

Thomas Apostles. 
William Dew, aged 14, son of D., watchman at the 

Custom House. 
Richard Dew, aged 13, son of D., watchman at the 

Custom House. 
Aug. 2. Lancelot Berry, aged 11, son of Charles B., attorney, of 

Gough Square, Fleet Street. 
Sept. 12. Thomas Masemore, aged 10, son of Daniel M., tinman, 

Old Bedlam. 
Owner Smith, aged 9, son of Owner S., clerk to an attorney. 

White Fryars. 
John Smith, aged 8, son of Owner S., clerk to an attorney, 

White Fryars. 
Jonas Fox, aged*13, at Mr. Baldwin's, Great Queen Street, 
Thomas Richard, aged 10, son of John R., fishmonger, 

Hick's Hall. 
James Rushton, aged 9. 

William March, aged 9, son of William M., Clare Market. 
William Smith, aged 9, son of Elizabeth S., upholsterer, 

Fleet Street. 
John Watson, aged 12, son of Rev. — W., Creshall Grange, 

Essex. 
James Watson, aged 11, son of Rev. — W., Creshall 

Grange, Essex. 
George Scholar, aged 8, son of John S., tallow chandler, 

St. John School. 
Oct. 2.5. John Search, aged 11, son of John S., exciseman, 

Piccadilly. 
Richard Bland, aged 15, at Mr. Coithrust, Proscot Street, 

Goodman's Fields. 



116 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1758 

Admitted. 

Oct. 25. Gillis Macbean, aged 8, son of Rev. William M., Cross Key 
Court, Little Britain. 

"He was not admitteil upon tliis order but upon another dated Oc- 
tober 11, 1759." — Note in Pa-gister. 

John Lindeman, aged 10, son of William L., oylman, of 
the Strand. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1767 ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1767 ; B.A. 1771 ; M.A. 1775. 

John Clarke, aged 7, son of Michael C, chymical operator, 

Apothecary's Hall. 
William Wiuthrop, aged 12, son of Stephen W., merchant 
{deceased). 
Nov. 30. Thomas Townsend, aged 9, son of — — , Fleet Street. 

John BuUevant, aged 9, father dead : mother keeps a 
school in Clare Markett. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1769 ; (Bullivant) M.A. 1780 ; 
Kector of Marston Trussel, Northampton, 1793. 

John Milnes, aged 11, son of Ely M., exciseman, St. John 
Street. 

1759 

Jan. 16. John Archer, aged 10, son of Mary Jordan, victualer, St. 
James's Street. 
Robert Townsend, aged 12, fatherless. 
William Panchen, aged 7, son of Giles P., Prerogative 
Office, Doctors' Commons. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ's College, Cambridge, 1770 ; Sizar, 
: July 3, 1769 ; B.A. (Junior Op.), 1774 ; M.A. 1777 ; Rector of Wood- 

walton, Hunts, 1779 ; Vicar of St. Mary, Huntingdon, 1803 ; died 
1827, aged 67. 

John Newland, aged 8, son of John N., clerk to Judge 

Forster. 
Noah Dormer, aged 10, son of William D., victaler, 

Leadenhall Street. 

Children admitted by Thomas Godfrey, Esq., pursuant to 
the desire of William Tennant, Esq., Surveyor- 
Accomptant : — 

Mar. 10. James Campbell, aged 10, son of Dr. John C, Queen's 
Square, Ormond Street. 
William Impey, aged 11, son of John I., Newcastle Street, 

Fleet Market. 
William Lucas, aged 9, son of Thomas L., vintner. Grey 
.Fryars. 

"He was not admitted by this order but by one dated February 
11, 176-." — Note in Register. 

William Peechy, aged 8, son of Newman P., watchmaker, 

Dean Street, Fetter Lane. 
Samuel Keeble, aged 9, son of Samuel K., carver, Old 

Change. 



1759] SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 117 

Admitted. 

Mar. 10, James Clarke, aged 8, son of the Rev. James C, curate of 

Covent Garden. 
Joseph Burnley, aged 10, son of Benjamin B., book-keeper, 

at Gerrard's Hall Inn. 
James Farnsworth, aged 10, son of James F., Salisbury Court. 
Joseph Saunders, aged 12, son of Samuel S., Newgate Market. 
Samuel Tailer (Taylor), aged 8, son of Samuel T., Carter 

Lane. 
John Lovegrove, aged 10, son of Thomas L., Vine Street, 

Hatton Garden. 
Aquila Dascombe, aged 12, son of Aquila D., Carter Lane. 
Thomas West, aged 12, son of Thomas W., attorney. Sheer 

Lane. 

Captain, 1763-64 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 
William Price, aged 12, son of George P., musician, St. 
George's, Bloomsbury. 
Apr. 4. James Broughton, aged 15, son of the Rev. Mr. B., in 
Bartlet's Buildings, Holborn. 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1758—59 : — 

William Sutton, left 1759-60. 

Richard Gammon, left 1760—61. 

James Broughton, admitted on to the Foundation, April 4, 

1759. 
Soulden Lawrence, admitted on to the Foundation, July 

18, 1760. 
Joseph Eyton, left 1760-61. 
Joseph Saunders, admitted on to the Foundation, March 

10, 1759. 
Samuel Taylor, admitted on to the Foundation, March 10, 

1759. 
John Lovegrove, admitted on to the Foundation, March 

10, 1759. 
Aquila Dackombe, admitted on to the Foundation, March 

10, 1759. 
James Farneworth, admitted on to the Foundation, March 

10, 1759. 
Richard Bell, admitted on to the Foundation, May 18, 

1759. 

Mr. Rowland Winn, Survcyor-Accoimtant. 
Charles Moore, Caftain. 

Admitted February 10, 1757. 

Apr. 27. Richard Yates, aged 8, son of Lawrence Y., pewterer, of 
Sboreditch. 
John Bridges, aged 11, son of Joseph B., vintner, of Carey 
Lane, in St. John Zachary Parish. 



118 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1759 

Admitted. 

Apr. 27. John Stanbury, aged 8, son of John S., porter, of Shore- 
ditch. 
Edward Smeaton Lewis, aged 10, son of Edward L., 

victualer, of St. John, Clarkenwell. 
Edward Mores Windsor, aged 9, son of Richard W., citizen 

and mercer. 
James Steward, aged 10, son of James S., taylor, of Rose 

and Rainbow Court, Aldersgate Street. 
William Alexander, aged 9, son of Alexander A., taylor, 

of Gary Street. 
James Barton, aged 9, son of John B., coffeeman, of 
Cheapside. 

Robert Moncrieff, aged 14, son of , bookseller, St. 

Martin's Churchyard. 
May 18. Richard Bell, aged 11, son of Francis B., attorney, Brown- 
low Street, Holbourn. 
Troward Cowell, aged 11, son of Troward C, cheesemonger, 

of Tower Street. 
George Smith, aged 10, son of Mary S., widow. Red Lyon 
Street, Holborn. 
June 1. Thomas Unwin, aged 8, son of John U., exchange broker. 
Great Distaff Lane. 
John Waltham, aged 9, son of John W., of the American 
coffee-house, St. Michael's Alley, Cornhill. 
„ 9. William Cassady, aged 14, son of John C, vietualei 
" Angel and Porter," in Golden Lane, St. Luke's, 
Middlesex, near Cripplegate. 
„ 15. John Beavan, aged 8, son of William B., victualer, Hatton 
Garden. 
Matthias Tingue, aged 11, son of Elizabeth T., widow, 

Portland Street. 
William Villej)ierre, aged 7, son of Paul V., watchmaker, 
Goswell Street. 
Aug. 10. Edward Cuthbert, aged 13, son of Rev. Joseph C, Stifford, 
Essex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner; St. John's College, Cambridge, 1764 ; B.A. 
1768; M.A. 1771. 

Sept. 14. Samuel Adams, aged 10, son of Samuel A., printer. New 

Street Square, Fetter Lane. 
Anthony Steventon, aged 11, son of Anthony S., attorney, 

Fleur-de-Lis Court, Fleet Street. 
Thomas Latter, aged 8, son of Thomas L., warehouse 

manufactory, Catherine Street. 
William Stackhouse, aged 9, son of William S., wire drawer. 

Little Britain. 
Thomas Sutton, aged 8, son of Thomas S., attorney, Basing- 

hall Street. 
Thomas Wren, aged 11, son of William W., diamond cutter, 

Maiden Lane, Wood Street. 



1760] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 119 

Admitted. 

Sept. 14. Thomas Dearing, son of Thomas D., sadler, of the Old 
Jewry. 
Thomas Reeve (Reeves), aged 14, son of Rev. WiUiam R., 
late minister of St. Nicholas, Ipswich, Suffolk. 
Pauline Exhibitioner; Jesus College, Cambridge, 1763. 

John McCaulay, aged 8, son of John McC, peruke maker, 
St. Mai'tin's-le-Grand. 
„ 18. George Spence, aged 9, son of James S., pen;ke maker, 

Grey's Inn Lane. 
„ 28. John Cooper, aged 11, son of James C, warehouse porter, 
Osier Lane, Smithfield. 
Oct. 11. John Gilson, aged 11, son of John G., apothecary, Shore- 
ditch. 
Peter Woodnoth, aged 10, son of Peter W. 
Gillis Macbean, aged 9, son of William M,, Little Britain. 

See admissions, October 25, 1758. 

Nov. 26. Thomas Spence, aged 13, son of James S., peruke maker, 
Grey's Inn Lane. 
John Lambird, aged 9, son of John L , plummer, of Warwick 
Lane. 
Dec. 11. Nathaniel Denham, aged 10, son of Thomas D., attorney, 
of Aldersgate Street. 
„ 14. Richard Wall, aged 12, son of Charles W., coffeeman, 
St. Martin's-le-Grand. 



1760 

Jan. 24. Richard Morgan, aged 8, son of Richard M,, St. Sepulchres, 

Middlesex. 
John Risle, aged 8, an orphan, with Mr. Covert, in Dyer's 

Buildings, Holborn. 
Charles Venables, son of George V., of the parish of 

St. Faith's. 
„ 28. Charles Walwyn Crumpe, aged 7, son of Charles C, Guild 

HaU. 
William Smith, aged 13, son of the Rev. — S., rector of 

Stapelford Tawney, Essex. 
Thomas Woods, aged 11, son of Thomas W., Fetter Lane. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 176() ; Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1769 ; 
M.A. 1773 ; Usher, St. Paul's School, 1782 ; Surmaster, 1783 ; died 
1806, leaving a widow, Ann W., who was pensioned by the Company, 
and still living in 1827. 

— Bishop, son of Nathaniel B., Doctors' Commons. 

Charles B. , who appears as a Non-Foundationer in the lists of 1 760 
and 1761, and was appointed to the Foundation, June 20, 1761. 

James Hodgkin, aged 11, son of , tobacco porter, 

Watling Street. 
Benjamin Hatwell, aged 9, son of Benjamin H , haberdasher, 

Newgate Street. 
John Gale, aged 9, son of Edward G., cooper, Distaff Lane. 



120 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1760 

Admitted. 

Jan. 31. Thomas Piatt, aged 8, son of Lyne P., Silver Street. 

Bennet Kitson, aged 7, son of widdow K., Pitcher's Court, 
Bell Alley, Coleman Streate. 
Feb. 3. Richard Brooke, aged 10. 
„ 4. John Blakiston, aged 8, son of the Rev. John B. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1769 ; Christ Church, Oxford, 1768 ; B.A. 
1772 ; M.A. 1785. 

„ 11. Stephen Winthrop, aged 10, son of Stephen W., merchant 

{deceased). 
William Lucas, aged 10. 

See admissions, March 10, 1759. 

„ 27. Thomas Preston Cooper, aged 9, an orphan, with Mr. 
Minors, apothecary, Charles Street, Covent Garden. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1768; Queens' College, Cambridge, Decem- 
ber 9, 1767 ; B.A. (7th Senior Op.), 1772 ; Fellow of Queens'. 

Mar. 4. William Pennington, aged 10, son of Ambrose P., behind 
St. Clement's Church, Strand. 
„ 7. Frederick Coe, aged 9, son of Thomas C, shoemaker, 

St. Martin's-le- Grand. 
„ 18. Richard Nightingal, aged 10, son of Richard N., Red Lion 
Street, Clerkenwell. 
John Watts, aged 11, son of John W., cloth drawer, 
Coleman Street, 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1759-60 : — 

Thomas Baker, left in 1764-65. 

Fisher (Mount) Baker, left in 1762-63. 

Charles Bishop, admitted on to the Foundation, June 20, 

1701. 
Nathaniel Woodworth, left in 1760-61. 



Mr. Thomas Howes, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Iltyd Nichol, Captain. 

Admitted April 28, 1757. 

May 2. Bennet Kitson, aged 6, son of Mary K., sexton of St. 
Margaret's, Lothbury, Pitcher's Court, Little Bell Alley, 
Coleman Street. 

See January 31, 1760. 

„ 23. Llewellyn Rea, aged 10, son of Will R., dealer in coals. 
Golden Lane, Old Street. 
June 20. Thomas TJfFendell Ireland, aged 11, son of Thomas L, vintner. 
James Denham, aged 8, son of Thomas D., attorney, 

Aldersgate Street. 
James Weever, aged 9, son of Samuel W., cheesemonger, 
Newgate Street 
„ 27. James Wheeler, aged 10, son of Charles W., surgeon, 
Basinghall Street. 



1761] SCHOLAKS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 121 

Admitted. 

June 27. Ricliard Ring, aged 10, son of Richard R., barber, Cursitor's 

Street. 
July 4. John Burraws (Burrows), aged 11, son of Richard B., 

butcher, Conipton Street, Clerkenwell. 

Was Captain of the First Class in 1761, but is found in no subse- 
quent list; J.B. of Trinity College, Cambridge, takes his B.A. in 1768. 

George Rutter, aged 8, son of John R., cordwainer, Gary 

Street. 
John Williams, aged 9, son of John W., writing master, 

Fetter Lane. 
William Barber, aged 10, son of William B., sadler, of 

St. Clement's Danes. 
„ 18. Solden Lawrence, aged 9, son of Dr. L., Essex Street, Strand. 

Properly, Soulden L. ; Pauline Exhibitioner, St. John's College, 
Cambridge, 1767 ; B.A. (7th Wrangler), 1771 ; Fellow of St. John's ; 
M.A. 1774 ; called to the Bar; Serjeant, 1787; Puisne Judge of the 
Court of Common Pleas, March to June, 1781 ; of the King's Bench, 
1784-1808 ; of the Common Pleas (again), 1808-12 ; died, 1814. 

Sept. 26. Thomas Green, aged 8, son of Philip G., plumber, Alders- 
gate Street. 
Lewis Jones, aged 13, son of Griffith J., printer. Bolt 

Court, Fleet Street. 
Henry Blake, aged 13, son of Henry B., esquire, supervisor, 

of Wallingford, in Berks. 
Thomas Nicholls, aged 8, son of John N., brush maker. 

Bread Street. 
John Milnes, son of Ely M., officer in the Excise, St. John 
Street. 

See November 30, 1758. 
Phineas Perry, aged 11, fatherless, son of Ann P., widow. 
Strand in the Green, Brentford. 
Oct. 1. George Scott, aged 8, son of John S., carpenter, near 
St. Andrew's Church, Holbourne. 
John Burnet, aged 10, fatherless, Old Fish Street. 
„ 10. Will Nicholson, son of John N., peruke maker, Portugal St. 
„ 24. Benjamin Bristowe, aged 10, son of Whiston B., bookseller, 
St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Edward Jarvis, aged 9, son of Edward J., High Holbourne. 
Nov. 28. William Green, aged 10, son of Henry G., purser in His 
Majesty's Navy, Castle Street. 
Thomas Whitehead, aged 7, son of John W., b;iker, Hatton 



Garden. 



1761 



Jan. 23. Charles Williams, aged 12, son of Myles W., clerk, Ashurst, 
near Staining, Sussex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner ; Magdalen College, Oxford, 1764 ; B.A. 1768 ; 
M.A. 1770; B.D. 1782; Fellow, 1775-83; Senior Dean of Arts, 
1778-79; Bursar, 1780; Senior Proctor, 1781; " Noniinatus et 
electus in Lecturam Academicam ludotatam," 1781 ; living at Wool - 
beding, 1803. 



122 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1761 

Admitted. 

Jan. 23. Edward Holmes, aged 7, son of Edward H. 

Anthony Barker, aged 9, son of John B., bricklayer, Deane 

Street, Fetter Lane. 
Martin Slack Smalpiece, aged 8, son of , carpenter, 

Friday Street. 
Feb. 6. Thomas Meadows, aged 11, son of John M., parish clerk. 

Elbow Lane. 
George Davis, aged 13, son of Caleb D., attorney, Barnard's 

Inn, Holborn. 
Robert Cooper, aged 7, son of Robert C, haberdasher, Great 

Wild Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Edward Smith, aged 10, son of Edward S., silversmith, 

Foster Lane. 
,, 20. Jesse Ponten, aged 9, son of John P., hatmaker. Stanhope 

Street, Clare Market. 

Captain, 1769-70 ; Pauline Exhibitioner ; Pembroke College, Oxford; 
B.A. 1774. 

Will Patterick, aged 10, son of John P., Little Turnstile, 
Holborn. 
Apr. 3. Thomas Berrisford, aged 12, son of Willian] B., White 
Hart Yard, Drury Lane. 



Boys admitted, not on the Foundation, 1760-61 : — 

Henry Dawnay, left 1761—62. 

Philip Gurdon, admitted on to the Foundation, April 17, 

1761. 
Joseph Broomhead, admitted on to the Foundation, April 17, 

1761. 
Richard Green, admitted on to the Foundation, May 30, 

1761. 
William Bateman, left 1763-64. 
George Ravenhill, admitted on to the Foundation, February 

25, 1762. 
George Litchfield, left 1768-69. 
Arthur Tyton, left 1768-69. 
John Paterson, admitted on to the Foundation, June 20, 

1761. 
Nathan Hart, left 1761-62. 
Thomas Green, admitted on to the Foundation, January 22, 

1762. 
Thomas Wakefield (? Wakeford, who was on the Foundation 

in 1762). 
John Vaughan, left 1761—62. 



1761] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 123 



Mr. Edward Neale, Surveyor-Accoxmtant. 
Philip Toosey, Ca;ptain. 

Admitted July 14, 1758. 
Admitted. 

Apr. 17. Henry Malpas, aged 9, son of Joseph M., jeweller, Wood 

Street. 
John Davis, aged 8, son of John D., Mercers' Court, Tower 

Street. 
William Flannagan, aged 10, son of William F., Princes 

Street, near Upper Turnstile, Holborn. 
Philip Gurdon, aged 14, son of Rev. Philip G., rector of 

Bures, Suffolk. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford, 1765 ; migrated to 
Magdalen College ; B.A. 1768 ; M.A. 1770 ; Fellow, 1770-78 ; author of 
A Sketch of the Distinguishing Graces of the Christian Character, 1778. 

Joseph Bromhead, aged 13, son of Joseph B., butcher, 
White Chapel. 

Captain, 1764-65 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford, 
October 25, 1764 ; B.A. 1768 ; M.A. 1771. 

„ 28. Thomas Shrigley, aged 13, son of Rev. John S., rector of 
Chignall St. James's, near Chelmsford, Essex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Braseuose College, Oxford, 1766 ; B.A. 1769 ; 
Queen's College, Oxford, M.A. 1772; Michel Scholar, 1770; Michel 
Fellow, 1772-77 ; for many years Curate of St. Botolph's, Bishops- 
gate ; died December 21, 1789, 

May 23. John Tillotson, aged 10, son of Richard T., hatter, of 
Hemming's Court, in the Haymarket, 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1770 ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1770-73. 

„ 30. Richard Green, aged 12, son of Richard G., pen cutter, of 

Fleet Street 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1766 ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1766-68. 

Isaac Mann, aged 10, son of John M., clerk in the Custom 

House, of Hackney. 
Finch Toosey, aged 11, son of Rev. John T., rector of 

Hessett, Suffolk. 
William Chauncy Lawrence, aged 9, son of Dr. L., of Essex 

Street, Strand. 
June 12, Richard James, aged 11, son of Thomas J., farmer, Bleth- 

vaugh, Radnor. 
„ 20. John Patterson, aged 13, son of John P., in the Horse 

Guards, of Threadneedle Street. 
Thomas Cox, aged 11, son of Henry C, of the Rainbow 

Coffeehouse, Fleet Street, 
Robert Elisha Stead, aged 9, son of Robert S., of Knight- 
rider Street, Doctors' Commons. 
Charles Bishop, aged 9, son of Nathaniel B., proctor in 

Doctors' Commons. 
See January 28, 1760. 



124 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1761 



Admitted by Henky Unwin, Surveyor- Assistant : — ^ 

Admitted, 

July 22. William Lowry, aged 8, son of Robert L., trussmaker, of 
Bartholomew Close. 
Arthur Grey, aged 8, son of John G., broker, of Watling 
Street. 

Admitted by Edward Neale, Surveyor-Accountant : — 

Sept. 26. William Patterson, aged 9, son of John P., of St. Christopher- 
le-Stock. 
James Barclay, aged 14, son of Rev. James B., Tottenham, 
Middlesex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Balliol College, Oxford, 1765 ; B.A. 1768. 
Oct. 7. John Jordan, aged 9, son of John J., tallow chandler, of 

Paternoster Row. 
George Keeble, aged 7, son of Samuel K., carver, of the 

Old Change. 
Richard Fletcher, aged 10, son of Thomas F., dealer in tea, 

of the Strand. 
Rowland Sandiford, aged 7, son of Rev. Rowland S., vicar 

of Christ Church, London, and chaplain to the Right 

Hon. the Lord Mayor. 
Francis Coleman, aged 9, son of William C, dyer, of Maiden 

Lane. 

1762 

Jan. 22. Edward Denham, aged 9, son of Thomas D., ironmonger. 

Distaff Lane. 
William Wells, aged 8, with his mother, Paternoster Row. 
John Barton, aged 11, son of Richard B., farmer, Cambridge- 
shire. 
James Brookes, aged 13, son of James B., attorney, of 

Chancery Lane. 
Thomas Green, aged 10, son of Philip G., plumber, of 

Aldersgate Street. 
Richard Ralph, son of Benjamin R., of the Bank. 
John Branson, aged 9, son of John B., guustock maker, 

Cartwriglit Street, Rosemary Lane. 
William Raffles, aged 10, son of Thomas R., Prerogative 

Office, Doctors' Commons. 
Feb. C. Stephen Hopes, aged 13, son of Hugh H., smith, of 

St. James's. 
George Ralph, aged 11, son of John R., clieesemonger, 

Greenwich. 
Samuel Dennis Street, aged 9, son of Samuel S., grocer and 

stationer, in Newgate Street. 
„ 25. George Ravenhill, aged 13, son of James R., cabinet maker, 

of St. Paul's Churchyard. 

^ AVIiile Mr. Nt'iile was out of town (Note in Rej^ister). 



1762] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. " 125 



Admitted. 

Feb. 25. John Bryan, aged 8, son of John B., greengrocer, of Rose 

Court, Newgate Market. 
James Kingman, aged 9, son of James K., jeweller, of 

Leadenhall Street. 
Josias Lister, aged 12, son of William L., of the Excise 

Office. 
Robert Grove, aged 13, son of Theophilus G., late citizen 

and mercer. 
William Maxwell, aged 8, son of Rev. Francis M., chaplain 

to the Asylum, Westminster Bridge. 

Boys admitted, not on the Foundation, 1761—62. 

John Caesar, left 1762—63. 
William Wilson, left 1762-63. 
Samuel Smyth. 

His name does not occur in the list of 1764, but is found iu the lists 
for 1765 and 1766, after which he appears to leave the School. 



Mr. William Knight, Survey 07'- Accountant. 
William Sergrove, Captain. 

Admitted September 18, 1753. 

Apr. 30. James Mountfort, aged 13, son of Henry M., gent, of 

St. Andrew's, Holborne. 
Simon Mountfort, aged 11, son of Henry M., gent, of 

St. Andrew's, Holborne. 
Thomas Mann, aged 11, son of Thomas M., late of Oxford 

Road (deceased). 
William Elstone, aged 9, son of William E., tipstaff to one 

of the judges, of Fleet Street, 
Richard Sharpe, aged 9, son of Richard S., carpenter, of 

Bishopsgate. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Clare College, Cambridge, 1773 ; Sizar, July 7, 
1772; B.A. 1776. 

Thomas Milnes, aged 8, son of Ely M., hosier, of St. 
Sepulchre's. 

George Watson, aged 7, son of Rev. James W., of Alders- 
gate Street. 

John Passey, aged 10, sou of John P., vintner, of Wood 
Street. 

Benjamin Noton, aged 11, son of Samuel N., grocer, of 
Fleet Street. 

Rice Lewis, aged 9, son of Rice L., gardiner, of Aldersgate 
Street. 

Richard Whiteheaves, aged 9, son of John W., carpenter, 
of Great Carter Lane. 

Joseph Carnaby, aged 9, son of George C, taylor, of Holly- 
well Street. 



126 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1762 

Admitted. 

Apr. 30. William Sage, aged 12, son of Jolin S., haberdasher, of 

Cheapside. 
Joseph Lemon, aged 9, son-in-law of Henry Long, watch- 
maker, of Little Britain. 
John Bell, aged 12, son of the Rev. WilHam B., rector of 

Ulcome, near Maidstone, Kent. 
John Johnson, aged 8, son of Robert J., tallow chandler to 

his Majesty, of Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Christopher Johnson, aged 7, son of Robert J., tallow 

chandler to his Majesty, of Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
William Newman, aged 11, son of William N., of Purple 

Lane, Gray's Inn Lane. 
June 30. John Whiteheaves, aged 9, son of John W., carpenter, of 

Great Carter Lane. 
John Burgh, aged 10, son of John B., apothecary, of Friday 

Street. 
John Allen, aged 9, son of John A., calender, of Love Lane. 
Fitz William Rosier, aged 9, son of John R., writing master, 

of New Castle Street, Temple Bar. 
James Bogle, aged 15, son of Andrew B., in Jamaica. 
Thomas Dickenson Harriott, aged 12, son of James H., 

shoemaker, of Cheapside. 
George Elliott Taylor, aged 8, son of Jasper T., watch- 
maker, of Holborn. 
July 28. John Wilkinson, aged 8, fatherless, with his aunt, Mrs. 

Higginson, Fleet Street. 
James Finlayson, aged 8, son of Robert F., of New Street 

Square, Fetter Lane. 
Thomas George Constable, aged 9, son of George C, tin- 
man, of Wood Street. 
John Esdell, aged 9, son of James E., taylor, of Hatton 

Garden. 
Richard Lowe, aged 10, son of Richard L., music master, of 

Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Oct. 5. William Higgs, aged 10, son of Thomas H., linnendraper, of 

Bishopsgate Street. 
John Lewis Richardson, aged 8, son of John R., gent, of 

Crane Court. 
William Jones, aged 11, son of Edward J., carpenter, of 

New Street, Fetter Lane. 
William Birch, son of Henry B., of the General Office of 

Excise. 
Thomas Orms, aged 7, son of Thomas O., of Bunhill Row. 
Nov. 2G. Samuel Buttler, aged 8, son of Samuel B., ironmonger, of 

Snow Hill. 
John Wilkins, aged 8, son of John W., watchmaker, of 

Islington. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1776 ; Sykes 
Exhibitioner, 1776. 



1763] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 127 

Admitted. 

Nov. 26. John Bye, aged 7, son of John B., baker, of Puddle 

Dock. 
Thomas Griffiths, aged 8, son of James G., taylor, of Duke 

Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Samuel Martin, aged 10, son of William M., ironmonger, of 

Forster Lane^ 
John Moultrie, aged 7, son of James M., at Mr. Stanton's, 

Chancery Lane. 



1763 

Feb. 16. James Sparling, aged 8, son of James S., leather dresser, 
of Vere Street, Clare Market. 
William Graves, aged 11, son of John G., linnen glazer, of 

Aldersgate Street. 
Henry Ventham, aged 9, sou of Henry V., coachman, of 

Laystall Street, Holborne. 
James Moultrie, aged 7, grandson of Simon Stanton, 

Chancery Lane. 
Thomas Pedder, aged 9, son of John P. 
„ 18. John Villette, aged 18. 

See admissions, June 9, 1757. He is here descaibed as aged 18, 
but was probably only 16 ; he left in the Eighth in 1766. Pauline 
Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Cambridge ; Gower Exhibitioner, 
November 4, 1766 ; B.A. 1771. 

„ 25. John Fisher, aged 14, son of John F., Peterborough, 
Northampton. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1766 ; B.A. (10th 
Wrangler), 1770 ; M.A. 1773 ; Fellow of St. John's ; S.T.B. 1780 ; 
S.T.P. 1789 ; Tutor to the Duke of Kent and the Princess Charlotte ; 
Prebendary of Windsor ; Archdeacon of Exeter ; Bishop of Exeter, 
1803 ; Bishop of Salisbury, 1807 ; died 1825. 

Mar. 23. William Price, aged 9, son of Rice P. 



Boys admitted, not on the Foundation, 1762—63 : — 

Henry de Castro Sarmento, admitted on to the Foundation, 

March 26, 1763. 
Edward Ingram, left 1763-64. 
Henry Parker, left 1763-64. 
Richard Clarke, admitted on to the Foundation, September 

30, 1763. 
James Latouche, left 1763—64. 
Samuel Martin, left 1763-64. 
Thomas Smith, left 1766-67. 
John Pirner, left 1763-64. 



128 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



[1763 



Mr. John Grubb, Surveyor-Accountant. 



A dmitted. 

Mar. 26. 



Apr. 29. 
May 30. 



June 24. 



July 29. 

„ 30. 
Sept. 30. 



Thomas West, Captain. 

Admitted Mcn-ch 10, 1759. 

Henry Grove Amory, aged 10, son of Rev. Thomas A., of 

Basingliall Street. 
George Sibbald, aged 12, son of James S., cliapel keeper. 
Thomas Amory, aged 13, son of Rev. Thomas A., of 

Basinghall Street. 
Henry de Castro Sarmento. 

Thomas Tupper, aged 8, son of William T., coachmaker. 
William Boyce Smith, aged 8, son of James S., goldsmith, 

of Fleet Street. 
William Robinson, aged 8, son of William R., painter, of 

Holborn. 
William Taylor, aged 13, son of Samuel' T., tajdor, Chalk- 
well, Kent. 
Edward Richards, aged 9, of Saffron Hill. 
John Barton, aged 10, son of Humphry B., cabinet maker, 

of Bloomsbury. 
Edward Kidder, aged 13, son of Edward K., Ratcliffe Row. 
John Hanson, aged 12, son of John H., glazier. Love Lane. 
John Garnett, aged 9, son of , cook, Fetter Lane. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinitj' College, Cambridge, 1771 ; admitted 
1775, aged 24 (?) ; Scholar, 1778 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1776-82 ; B.A. 
(Junior Op.), 1779 ; M.A. 1782 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1781-91 ; S.T.P. 
1810 ; Vicar of Farleigh Wallop, and Over "Wallop, Hants ; Prebendary 
of Winchester, and Chaplain-iu-Ordinary to King George III.; Dean 
of Exeter, 1810 ; died 1813 ; buried at Farleigh ; author of sermons 
on the consecration of the Bishop of Bristol, 1803, (on the restoration 
of peace, 1802). 

John Fielding, aged 9, son of Thomas F., Guildhall. 

John Magniac, aged 8, son of Charles M., chaser, Lambeth. 

Henry Redwood, aged 11, son of Henry R., India House. 

Charles Eason, aged 8, son of John E., fishmonger, Newgate 
Market. 

Henry Collins, aged 11, son of Henry C, Wood Street. 

Samuel Emly, aged 6, son of Rev. Giles E., Monkesly, 
Suffolk. 

Robert Laurie, aged 7, son of Robert L., St. Bartholomew's 
Close. 

John Garner, aged 10, son of Michael G., farmer, Hunting- 
donshire. 

Richard Clark, aged 10, son of Joseph C, joyner. 

John Guidott, aged 9, son of William G., upholder. 

John Button, aged 9, son of William D., watchmaker, 
Fleet Street. 

Charles Cummings, aged 10, son of Alexander C, 
Bartholomew's Close. 



1763] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 1:^9 



Admitted. 

Sept. 30. Alexander Cummings, aged 11, son of Alexander C, 
Bartholomew Close. 

Charles Cuel (Cuell), aged 11, son of William C, St. Mary- 
le-Strand. 

Thomas Hurst, aged 12, son of William H. 

Francis Jones, ag6d 8, son of Francis J., oilman, Tower 
Hill. 

John Field, aged 7, son of Richard F., Paternoster Row. 

William Smitlison, aged 10, son of William S., apothecary, 
Holbourn. 

William Mitchell, aged 12, son of Thomas M., Bucklers- 
bury. 

John Mitchell, aged 10, son of Thomas M., Bucklersbury. 

Thomas Mitchell, aged 8, son of Thomas M., Bucklers- 
bury. 
Nov. 25. Charles Passey, aged 8, son of John P., vintner, Wood 
Street. 

Edmund Kelly, aged 7, son of Edmund K., gent, Curciter 
Street, Chancery Lane. 

James Thompson Ruffhead, aged 10, son of Owen R., 
Esquire, Pump Court, Temple. 

George Mills, aged 12. 

James Jones Wilmer, aged 13, nephew of Mr. Price, 
Aylesbury. 

Pauline Exliibitionor, 1768, Chiist Clnircli, Oxford. 



1764 

Feb. 9. Robert Pate, aged 7, son of William P., hosier, Broad 

Street. 
Thomas Millington, aged 10, son of Thomas M., Bank. 
Henry Fielding, aged 8, son of Thomas F., Guildhall. 
John Rondieau, aged 9, son of John R., Spittalfields. 
Sparks Holmes, aged 7, son of Edward H., jeweller, 

Forster Lane. 
Benjamin Bowell, aged 10, son of William B., St. Martin's 

Lane. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1763—64. 

Edward Osbaldiston, left 1764-65. 

John King, left 1764-65. 

Edward Brown, admitted on to the Foundation, August 

1764. 
James Bedford, admitted on to the Foundation, May 16, 

1764. 
John Laurence, admitted on to the Foundation, January 

25, 1765. 

K 



130 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1764 



Mr. Joseph Godfrey, Survey or- Accmmtant. 
Joseph Bromehead, Captain. 

Admitted Ajn-il 17, 1761. 
Admitted. 

May 16. Adam Elliott, aged 11, son of Jane E., widow, of Heydon 

Yard, Minories. 
George Spencer, aged 14, son of James S., peruke maker, 

Gray's Inn Lane. 
James Bedford, aged 10, son of James B., publican, St. 

Paul's Churchyard. 
Henry Brind, aged 9, son of Walter B., silversmith, in 

Forster Lane. 
William James, aged 8, son of William J., innholder, of 

the Three Cups Inn, Bread Street. 
Samuel James, aged 9, son of William J., innholder, of 

the Three Cups Inn, Bread Street. 
Edward Bland Corney, aged 11, son of Bland C, West 

Smithfield. 
Samuel Nisbett, aged 11, son of Samuel N,, of Bishopgate 

Street. 
Richard Radford, aged 9, son of Alexander R., apothecary, 

of Fleet Street. 
Francis Const, aged 11, son of Francis C, taylor, Howard 

Street, Strand. 
Called to the Bar ; living in 1800. 

Daniel James, aged 10, son of WilHam J., of Queenhithe. 
James Humphreys, aged 9, son of James H., founder, 

of Wood Street. 
Benjamin Price, aged 16, son of Meredith P. 
Aug. 3. Henry Pidgeon, aged 8, son of Henry P., distiller. 

John Pridden, aged 7, son of John P., bookseller, in 
Fleet Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1778, Queen's College, Oxford, April 15, 
1777 ; B.A. 1781 ; incorporated St. John's College, Cambridge ; M.A. 
1789 ; Rector of Caddington, Bucks, 1797 ; Vicar of Heybridge and 
Wakeriug Parva ; Minor Canon of "Westminster, 1795 ; Rector of 
St. George, Botolph Lane ; Rector of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, 
1812 ; died 1825, aged 68. 

Joseph Moore, aged 9, son of Rev. John M., curate, Garlick 

Hill. 
Aaron Atkins, aged 11, son of Aaron A. 
Joseph Stocken, aged 9, son of Peter S., White Fryers. 
James Gordon, aged 7, son of Simon G. 
Joseph Newbery, aged 7, son of Robert N. 
William Leadbeater, aged 13, son of William L., blew 

maker, of Baldwin Street, Old Street. 
John Hill, aged 12. 
George Hough, aged 10, son of John H., watchmaker, late 

of Long Acre (deceased), at Mr. Gwynn's, at Cook's Hall. 
Edward Brown, aged 11, son of Charlotte B., Finch Lane. 



1764] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 1.31 

Admitted. 

Aug. 31. George Balston, aged 10, son of Samuel B., goldsmith, of 
Maid Lane, Queen Street. 
Robert Sole, aged 14, son of John S., at Qui, Cambridge. 

Pcaiiline Exhibitioner, 1769, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1769 ; B.A. 1773 ; M.A. 1776 ; Hector of 
Bexwell, Norfolk ; died 1814 (? 16). 

Sept. 26. Wentworth Bradbury, aged 9, son of Wentworth B. 

See admissions, Nov. 2, 1764. 

Oct. 19. George Street, aged 11, son of Thomas S., stationer, of 

Tooley Street. 
Thomas Street, aged 9, son of Thomas S., stationer, of 

Tooley Street. 
John Evans, aged 9, son of John E., Union Court, 

Holbourn. 
Richard Lawrence, aged 9, son of John L., of Hatton 

Garden, Holbourn. 
Richard Bell, aged 10, son of Thomas B., linnendraper, in 

the Strand. 
„ 19. William Graham, aged 9, son of Joseph G. 

William Frodsham, aged 9, son of — F., of Bloomsbury, 
Charles Rivington, aged 10, son of John R., St, Paul's 

Churchyard. 
Nov. 2, Ai'thur Thomas Grey, aged 9, son of Lawrence G., 

Chancery Lane. 
George Piner, son of — P. 
Wentworth Bradbury, aged 10, son of Wentworth B., of 

Wood Street. 
William Robert Makin, aged 12, son of — M. 
James Franks Blanchard, aged 10, son of William B. 
Edmund Arkell, aged 9, son of Edmund A. 
„ 7. William Humphreys, aged 8, son of William H., of the 

Tower. 



1765 

Jan. 25. Robert Siddell (Liddle), aged 9. 

John White, aged 12, son of John W., George Street, 

Bethnall Green. 
Timothy White, aged 11, son of John W., George Street, 

Bethnall Green. 
George Thicknesse, aged 7, with Mr. Thicknesse, High 

Master, 

Nephew of the High Master, son of Captain Philip Thicknesse and 
Lady Elizabeth Tuchet ; born 1758 ; succeeded his uncle, John Talbot 
Tuchet, in 1777 as nineteenth Baron Audley, and assumed in 1783, the 
name of Tuchet, and arms of Tuchet and Audley ; died 1818. 

John Lawrence, son of Dr. Lawrence. 

Thomas Wheeler, aged 10, son of Thomas W., Basing- 

hall Street. 
Nathaniel CoUyer, aged 11, son of — C, of the Company. 

k2 



132 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1765 

Admitted. 

Jan. 25. Paul Edward Rowley, aged 12, son of Edward R, officer in 
the Sun Fire Office. 
Godfrey Lejuage (Le Madge), aged 9, 

Boy admitted not on the Foundation, 1764—65. 
John Gent, left 1765-66. 



Mk. Jeremiah Gardiner, Sitrvcyor-Accountant. 
SouLDEN Lawrence, Captain. 

Admitted Jioly 18, 1760. 

Apr. 18. John James, aged 11, son of John J. 

„ 24. John Howe, aged 8, son of Alexander H., of St. 

Bartholomew's Hospital. 
Charles Wheat, aged 8, son of Jeremiah W., goldsmith, 

Forster Lane. 
George Denham, aged 10, son of Thomas D., Aldersgate 

Street. 
Anthony Byrne, aged 7, son of Luke B., of King Street, 

Golden Square. 
William Dodd, son of William D., late of the Home 

Taverne, Westminster (deceased). 
Thornburgh Browne, son of William B., silversmith, 

CheaiDside. 
John Browne, aged 10, son of Elizabeth B., Billetter Lane. 
Charles Joseph Le Madge, aged 13. 
June 24. James Barr, aged 9, son of James B., leatherseller. Bell 

Alley, Coleman Street. 
Richard Hilton, aged 13, son of Joseph H., broker. 
Samuel Prime, aged 12, son of Ann P., Garlick Hithe. 
Edward Derby, aged 9, son of Rev. — D. 
Joseph Warr, aged 12, son of Joseph W., linnendraper, 

Wood Street. 
Thomas Chilton, aged 11, son of John C, attorney, of Plow 

Court, Fetter Lane. 
Solomon Smithson, aged 9, son of William S., apothecary, 

Castle Yard, Holborne. 
Philip Dalton, aged 9, son of Jane D., Hatton Garden. 
Sept. 23. Jolm Shovell, aged 6, son of John S., of Little Britain. 
Thomas Markinson, aged 9. 
John Taylor, aged 7, son of Eleanor Williamson, Hatfield 

Street. 
James Gilchrist, aged 10, son of Patrick G., jeweller, St. 

John Square. 
Richard Hardin, son of Joseph H., watchmaker, of the Old 

Jewry. 



1765] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 133 

Admitted. 

Sept. 23. Henry Bond Fowler, aged 11, son of William F., carpenter, 
Westminster. 

Campdeu Exhibitioner, 1773, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry- 
Exhibitioner, 177(3-79; B.A. 1777; M.A. 1780; Perpetual Curate 
of Tredington, Glnucesstershire, 1802 ; Vicar of Uttoxeter, 1815 ; of 
Clenstone, Hardwick, Staflbrdshire, 1816 ; died 1829. 

Edmund Fotlieringham, aged 10, son of David F., 

merchant, St. Antholin's Parish. 
Andrew Douglass, aged 9, son of James D., No. 9, Cross 

Key Court, Little Britain. 
Robert Dixon, aged 8, son of Robert D., baker, of Hart 

Street, Cripplegate. 
Edmund James, aged 14, son of W. J., Bristol. 
Robert Griffies, aged 9, son of Sabina G., victualler, of 

Thames Street. 
John Lawrie, aged 9, son of Robert L., trussmakcr, of St. 

Bartholomew's Close. 



1766 

Jan. 27. John Atkinson, aged 7, son of Matthew A., of St. IMartin's 

Lane, Westminster. 
William Johnson, aged 8, son of Robert J., King's tallow 

chandler, of Vere Street, Clare Market. 
Henry Purchase, aged 10, son of William P., vintner, of 

Fleet Street. 
Thomas Brownridge, aged 12, son of John B., warehouse- 
man, of Basing Lane. 
„ 29. Wilham Green. 
„ 27. William Sharpey, aged 8, son of Stephen S., of Plumbtree 

Court, Holborne. 
Thomas Befkenhead, aged 9, son of James B., of Dean's 

Court, St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
Arthur Humphreys, aged 8, son of James H., of Wood 

Street. 
William Lay ton, aged 15, son of Rev. Andrew L., Ipswich, 

Suffolk. 

Was a native of Sproughton, Suffolk ; educated previously at 
Pviehmond, Yorks ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1769; Perry Exhibitioner, 1769-76; B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776; Per- 
petual Curate of Playford, Suflblk, 1774-1826 ; Rector of Helmley, 
Suflblk, 1775, and of St. Matthew's, Ipswich, 1775 ; died 1831, aged 
81 ; a frequent contributor to Nichols' Illustrations of Literary 
History. 

— Watson, aged 8. 

This boy is not to be found in the School Lists, unless he is to 
be identified with one of the Watsons admitted 1766-67 ; he is 
probably Oeorge Watson, Pauline Exhibitioner, 1775, Christ Church, 
Oxford ; B.A. 1778 ; M.A. 1781. 

Robert Pearce (Pearse). 



134 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1766 

Admitted. 

Jan. 27. Thomas Morrison, aged 14, son of George M. 

Campdeii Exhildtiouer, 1769, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1769-76 ; B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1765-66 : — 

John Garle, left in 1766-67. 

Harry Sedgwick, left in 1766-67. 

Richard Litchfield, left in 1767-68. 

John Haydon, admitted on to the Foundation, March 28, 

1766. 
Julius Tidd, admitted on to the Foundation, March 28, 

1766. 



Mr. Samuel Mason, S\irvcyor-AccoxiiUant. 
SouLDEN Laweence, Captain, 

Admitted July 18, 1760. 

Mar. 28. John Haydon, aged 10, son of John H., collar maker, late 

of Gray's Inn Lane. 
Julius Tidd, aged 8, son of Julius T., collar maker, of 

Gray's Inn Lane. 
William Tidd, aged 6, son of Julius T., collar maker of 

Gray's Inn Lane. 
Benjamin Williamson, aged 10, son of Geroorge (sic) and 

Margaret W., of Clement's Inn. 
John Lochhead, aged 10, son of Robert L., victualler, of 

the Strand. 
— Jacobs. 

His name is not found in the Apposition List for 1767. 

Frederick Thesiger, aged 8. 

Sir Frederick T. ; Captain, Eoyal Navy ; Knight of St. George 
of Russia ; formerly Captain in the Russian Navy ; Aide-de-Camp to 
Viscount Nelson at Copenhagen ; died 1805. 

John William Bristow, aged 10, son of John B., in Sir 
Samuel Fludger's Compting. 
Ajiril 25, Alexander Radford, aged 10. 

Isaac Hatwell, aged 10, son of the late Benjamin H., 

haberdasher, of Butcher Hall Lane. 
James Stevenson, aged 10, son of John S., innholder, of 

Angel Street, St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
Jacob Jones, aged 11, son of John J., perfumer, of Aldgate. 
Robert Vose, aged 13, son of Rev. Robert Vose, of 

Thaives Inn, Holborne. 
Robert McGlasham (McGlashan), aged 11, son of — 
McGlasham. 
May 9. Thomas Kinman, aged 12, son of Thomas K., joyner, of 
the Old Baily. 



1766] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 135 

Admitted. 

June 13. James Jarvis, aged 12, son of James J., baker, of Fore Street. 
Eobert Hardcastle, aged 10, with John Davis, victualler, of 

Middle Row, Holborne. 
William Freeman, aged 12, son of John F., taylor, of 

Castle Street, Leicester Square. 
Joseph Simpson, aged 11, son of "William S., vintner, of 

Allhallows Barking (deceased). 
Richard Simpson, aged 9, son of William S., vintner, of 

Allhallows Barking (deeeased). 
Charles Davis, aged 13, with Lockyer, bookseller, of 

Holborne. 
James Watson, aged 10, son of Thomas W., coffee-house, 

of Queenhithe. 
James Vickers, aged 14, son of James V., peruke maker, 

Red Lyon Street, Red Lyon Square. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1769-76 ; B.A. 
1773 ; M.A. 1776 ; Rector of Courteen Hall, Northampton, 1792. 

Richard Gascoyne, aged 12, son of Richard G., victualler, 
of Holborne. 
„ 27. Richard James Macquillin, aged 13, son of Richard M., 
peruke maker, of the Borough. 
July 26. Richard Martin, aged 12, son of Ann M., of Hunsdon. 

Captain, 1771-72 (as Richard Martin Blucke) ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 
Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1776. 

Oct. 2. William Watson, aged 8, son of Rev. Wm, Watson. 

Thomas Finch, aged 15, son of Joseph F., ironmonger, 

Cambridge. 
His name is not found in the Apposition List of 1767 ; Thomas Finch 

graduated at Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776; 

Vicar of Barrington, Cambridge ; Vicar of Hauxton-with-Newton, 

1775 ; died 1837, aged 86. 
John Matthyson, aged 11, son of John M., West Harton 

Street, St. Dunstan's. 
John Taylor, aged 10, son of Cornelius T., taylor, of West 

Smithfield. 
Goldwin Finer, aged 11, son of Thomas P., watchmaker, 

of Jewin Street. 
Haughton James Markett, aged 8, son of James M. (deceased), 

at Mr. Wills, merchant, in Basinghall Street. 
William Knight, aged 8, son of William K., butcher, 

Bermonsea. 
James Rivington Wheeler, aged 8, son of Thomas W., 

apothecary, of Basinghall Street. 
William Vose, aged 11, son of Robert V., attorney, of 

Thaives Inn, Holborne. 
George Hewitson, aged 13, son of George H., of St. John's, 

Wapping. 
Peter Grimes, aged 10. 
— Wedgborough, son of , shoemaker, of Westmoreland 

Buildings, Aldersgate Street. 

His name is not found in the Apposition List for 1767. 



136 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1766 



Admitted. 

Oct. 2. John Ferguson, aged 12, son of Mtxtthew F., cabinet 

maker, of the Strand. 
Thomas Leslie, aged 12, son of James L., at Mr. 

Godfrey's, chymist, in Southampton Street, in the 

Strand. 
Jonathan Came, aged 12, son of John C, shoemaker, of 

Cheapside. 
Alexander Hooper, aged 9, son of Samuel H., stationer, 

of the Strand. 
Richard Hall, aged 10, son of Richard H., taylor, of 

Chichester Rents, Chancery Lane. 
William Cock, aged 10, son of Catherine C, widow, in 

Wood Street. 



1767 

Jan. 14. Samuel Bush, aged 9, son of William B., woollen draper, 

of Lombard Street. 
„ 22. George Inch, aged 12, son of George I., victualler, of 

Bell Yard, Temple Barr. 
Feb. 6. Robert Tutt, aged 10, son of , haberdasher, of 

Tavistock Street. 
David Pugh, aged 10, son of Hugh P., painter, of Nevell's 

Court, Fetter Lane. 
Thomas Devin, aged 10, son of Patt D., linen draper, in 

White's Alley, Chancery Lane. 
John Turner, aged 11, son of John T., fan painter, 

late of Hannover Yard, St. Mary-le-Bon parish (de- 
ceased). 
Thomas Smalwood, aged 10, son of Hemy S., broker, of 

Kerby Street, Hatton Garden. 
James Collins, aged 11, son of William C, victualler, of 

Cheapside. 
Thomas Keld, aged 8, son of Thomas K., at Mr. Collins's, 

victualler, Cheapside. 
John Hardcastle, aged 9, son of John Davis, victualler. 

Middle Row, Holborne. 
Henry Morris, aged 10, son of Henry M., herald painter, 

of Doctors' Commons. 
Martin Browne, aged 10, son of Martin B., chandler, of 

Warwick Lane. 
Mar, 12. Esme Clarke, aged 9, son of Esme and Catherine C. 

Thomas Field, aged 9, son of Thomas F., stable keeper, of 

Gray's Inn Lane. 
„ 18. Bartholomew Catheral, son of Bartholomew C, of 

Stationers' Alley. 



1767] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 137 



Mr. William Browne, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Charles Sandiford, Ccqytain. 

Admitted June 6, 1758. 

Admitted. 

Apr, 10. John Haylock, aged 7, son of John and Frances H. 

John Schuldham, aged 8, son of — S., of Black Fryers. 
William Warne, aged 11, son of William W., bluemaker, 

of Old Street. 
Thomas Kavenhill, aged 12, son of James R., cabinetmaker, 

of St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Thomas Taylor, aged 8, son of Joseph T,, staymaker, of 

Round Court, St. Martin's-le- Grand. 

Known as the Platonist, began life in Sheerness dockyard ; after- 
wards Assistant-Secretary to tlie Society for the Encouragement of Arts, 
Manufactures, and Commerce ; published numerous translations from 
Plotinus, Plato, and Aristotle ; also Mathematical Works ; died 
1835. 

Thomas Rogers, aged 14, son of Thomas R., of Sher- 
rington. 

John Caulet, aged 14, son-in-law of Mr. Patch, surgeon, in 
Norfolk Street, Strand. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1771, St. John's College, Cambridge ; M.B. 
1777 ; M.D. 1782. 

John Lloyd, aged 7, son of John L., attorney, of the Middle 

Temple. 
John Clement, aged 8, son of John C, sadler, of Ber- 
monsey. 
„ 13. Robert Lawton, aged 8. 

George Townsend, aged 12, 
William Jeremiah Galliard, aged 12. 
„ 15. Thomas Jones, aged 8. 
May 20. Richard Hitchcock, aged 9, son of Giles H., gent, of 
Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street. 
Stephen Davenport, aged 10, son of William D., printer, of 

Plumb Tree Court, Holborne. 
Richard Wilkinson, aged 10, son of John W., woolcomber, 

Leicester. 
John Acton, son of John A., perukemaker, of Ironmonger 
Lane. 
June 23, William Toy Young, aged 12, son of William Y,, of 
Kensington Gravel Pitts. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1773, Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1776 ; 
M.A. 1780. 

„ 26. Joseph Aspinshaw, aged 8, son of John A., of Little 
Kirby Street, Hatton Garden. 
John Chetwood, aged 11. 
„ 15, James Vose, aged 10, son of Robert V., attorney, of 
Thaives Inn, Holborne. 
Richard Preist, aged 9, son of Richard P., of Vine Street, 
Westminster. 



138 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1767 

Admitted. 

June 27. George Cater, aged 10, son of Ann C, tobacconist, of 

Newgate Street. 
July 4. John Watson, aged 10, son of Richard W., innh older, of 
St. Clements Danes. 
„ 7. Francis L'hrondell, aged 16, son of Francis L., Rector of 

Sterner, Essex. 
„ 10. Henry Gretton, aged 14, son of Rev. M. G., Springfield, 
Essex. 

Captain, 1770-71 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A., 1775 ; Rector of Springfield, Essex, 1786. 

„ 13. Joseph Braffett, aged 10, son of Benjamin B., of Portugal 

Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
,, 15. John Jepson, aged 8, son of Elizabeth J., haberdasher and 

millener, of Ive Maria Lane, Newgate Street. 
John Griffin, aged 9, son of William G., weaver, of Widgate 

Alley, Bishopsgate Street. 
,, 20. John Reed, aged 8, son of Robert R. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford, 1779. 

Oct. 7. Robert Jones Moreton, aged 15, son of Rev. Robert M., 
Navestock, Essex. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1771, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1771-77 ; LL.B. 1779. 

Christopher Ceilings, aged 11, son of William C, of 

Cheapside. 
John Berkenhead, aged 10, son of James B., jeweller, of 

Dean's Court, St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
George Wilkie, aged 7, son of John W., bookseller, of St. 

Paul's Churchyard. 
Molesworth Philips, aged 12, son of John P., of Dublin. 
Edward Taylor, aged 10, son of Cornelius T., paper manu- 

factorer, in West Smithfield. 
Samuel Austin, aged 11, son of — A., of Woods Close, 

Clerk enwell. 
Samuel Baldwin, aged 9, son of Henry B., perukemaker, 

of Queenhithe. 
Charles Sinderby, aged 10, son of William S., of George 

Yard, White Chapel. 



1768 

Jan. 26. George Higgs, aged 10, nephew of Mr. George Harding, 
apothecary of the Strand. 
Constant Dosey, aged 8, son of Margaret D., widow, of 
Devereaux Court. 

His real name was Constantine DAroy ; he is also found as 
Dossie. 

John Penn, aged 9, son of James P., at No. 129, Fore 
Street. 



1768] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 139 

Admitted. 

Jan. 20. George Blakiston, son of the Rev. 

George Frank B., son of the Rev. Jolin B. of St. Andrew's, Ilolboru, 
born November 3, 1758 ; was removed to Merchant Taylors' School, 
in the course of 1768, whence he proceeded to St. John's College, 
Oxford (Scholar), 1776; B.A. 1780; M.A. 1784; B.D. 1789; D.D. 
1806 ; Vicar of St. Giles's, Oxford, 1795 ; Rector of Belbroughton, 
Worcestershire, 17^8 ; died March 21, 1837. 

Robert Frith, aged 12, son of Thomas F. 
„ 29. John Nickless, aged 12, nephew of John Clements, trunk- 
maker, of Pater Noster Row. 

WilHam Lochhead, aged 11, son of Robert L., victualler, 
at the White Hart in the Strand, 
Feb, 22, Peter Graham, aged 9, son of Peter G.. of Little Archer 
Street, near the Hay Markett, 

Lancellot Powell, aged 11, son of Harvey P., of James 
Street, Long Acre. 

Thomas Troubridge, aged 10, son of Richard T., at Mr. 
Church's, Temple Barr. 

Sir Thomas Troubridge entered the Navy about 1773, on board the 
ScaJiorsc, Captain Farmer, and distinguished himself shortly afterwards 
by his gallantry at the capture of the Tartine French frigate of superior 
force. Attained Post-rank, January 1, 1783. On his passage in May 
1794, to Newfoundland in command of the Castor, 32, he was captured 
off Cape Clear by part of the French fleet, and he chanced in con- 
set[uence to be on board the Sansparcil, 80, flag-ship of Rear- Admiral 
Nielly on the famous First of June. "While in command afterwards of 
the Cullodcn, 74, his reputation reached the highest pitch of fame. 
He was afterwards engaged in a variety of important engagements oif 
the coast of Italy, where, previously to obtaining possession of the 
Roman ten-itory he commanded a detachment of seamen and marines 
at the investment of the Castle of St. Elmo which capitulated after a 
siege of nine days. As a reward for the great importance of his 
services he was presented with the Sicilian order of St. Ferdinand and 
of Merit, and was raised, November 30, 1799, to the dignity of a 
Baronet of Great Britain. After officiating as Captain of the Channel 
Fleet, under Earl St. Vincent, he took a seat at the Board of 
Admiralty, and in April, 1805, having attained the rank of Rear- 
Admiral, hoisted his Hag on board the Blenheim, 74, and sailed for 
India as Commander in-Chief in the seas to the eastward of Point de 
Galle, in tfie island of Ceylon. On January 12, 1807, he left Madras 
in the Blenheim, accompanied by the Java frigate and Harrier brig, for 
the purpose of assuming the chief command of the Cape of Good Plope. 
The Blenheim and Java parted from the Harrier on the night of February 
1, during a tremendous gale, and were not afterwards heard of. 

Eli Morgan Price, aged 14, son of Rev. David P., Sheer- 
ness, Kent. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1771, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1774-78 ; B.A. 1775 ; M.A. 1789 ; S.T.P. 1802. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1767-68 : — 

Robert Bartholomew, left 1768-69. 

R. B. appears in the Vlth Class in 1768, but left before 1769 ; if he 
was R. B. who graduated at St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. (13th 
Senior Op.) 1778, M.A. 1786, he became Rector of Tarrant Rawston, 
Doiset, 1782, Master of the Free Grammar School, Exeter, 1793-1809 ; 
died, 1827. 

John Waterhouse, admitted on to the Foundation June 3, 
1768. 



140 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1768 

Frederick Smith, admitted on to the Foundation, June 30, 

1769. 
Eobert Gunter, admitted on to the Foundation, April 26, 

1768. 
John Edwards, admitted on to the Foundation, November 

25, 1768. 
Edward Gunter, admitted on to the Foundation, April 26, 

1768. 

Mr. Joseph Scott, Surveyor-Accountant. 

Charles Sandiford, Captain. 
Admitted Jnne 6, 1758. 
Admitted. 

Apr. 26. Robert Gunter, aged 11, sou of — G., gent, of Cecil 

Street in the Strand. 
Edward Gunter, aged 10, son of — G., gent, of Cecil 

Street in the Strand. 
William Lloyd Dowse, aged 9, son of John D., 

ironmonger. 
Richard Dowse, aged 7, son of John D., ironmonger. 
Gayer Patch, aged 12, son of John P., siirgeon, Exeter. 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1780 ; M.A. 1783. 
Thomas Stevenson, aged 12, son of Thomas S., corn 

chandler, opposite Turnstile, Holborne. 
Henry Hinckley, aged 8, son of Henry H., doctor in physick, 

of Aldermanbury. 
William Carr, aged 7, son of George Lewis C, wiredrawer, 

of Little Britain. 
May 5. Horatio Gregory, aged 8, son of Barnard G., attorney, at 

Wax Chandlers'^Hall. 
June 3, John Waterhouse, aged 11, son of Benjamin W., at No. 22, 

the Corner of Barnard's Inn, Holborne. 
Richard Russell, aged 10, son of William R., tallow chandler, 

of Garlick Hill. 
William Bridge, aged 9, son of William B., printer, of 

Great James Street, Bedford Row. 
William Bowen, aged 10, son of William B., at No. 14<, 

Gray's Inn Lane. 
George Newman, aged 13, son of George N., gent, Troile 

(? Froyle), near Alton, Hampshire. 
Charles Walker, aged 10, son of John W., notary publick, 

of the Royal Exchange. 
Charles Reyner, aged 10, son of Charles R., attorney, of 

Gough Square, Fleet Street. 
John Robertson, aged 7, son of John R., librarian to the 

Royal Society, of Crane Court, Fleet Street. 
July 29. Henry Ruddick, aged 9, son of Henry R., clerk to Alexander 

Forrester, Esq., at No. 6, Lincoln's Inn New Square. 



1768] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 141 

AdmiUeii. 

July 29. Nicholas Andrews, aged 14, son of Nicholas A., Axted, 
Surry. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1774, Pembroke College, Oxford; B. A. 
1777. 

Aug. 2. Thomas Harrison, aged 11, son of William H., watchmaker, 
of Fetter Laner. 
„ 15. William Lowndes, aged 12, son of Thomas L., bookseller, 
of Fleet Street. 
Nov. 25. Israel Pottinger, aged 8, son of Israel P., of Bell Savage 
Yard, Ludgate Hill. 
Benjamin Burrough, aged 10, son of Thomas B., of the 

parish of St. Mary, Rotherithe, Surry. 
Humphry Rowley, aged 9, an orphan. 
John Collins, aged 7, son of William C, vintner, of 

Cheapside. 
Charles Humphries, aged 10, son of James H., brass 

founder, of Wood Street. 
James Smith, aged 9, son of James S., of Calcutta. 
John Stocken, aged 9, son of Peter S., of White Fryers. 
Thomas Golding, aged 8, son of Thomas G., at No. 78, 

Broad Street. 
John Edwards, aged 10, an orphan from Bengal, 
„ 26. James Hedderly Lane, aged 10, Wallop, in Wiltshire. 
Dec. 14. Thomas Robinson, aged 10, son of Thomas R., coachmaster, 
of Hampstead Yard, Gray's Inn Lane. 
Henry Smalwood, aged 10, son of Henry S., broker, of 

Kirby Street, Hatton Garden. 
Stevens Dinely Totton, aged 8, son of Stevens Totton, Jun., 
attorney, of Spittal Square. 

Captain, 1777-78 ; Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1781 ; M.A. 
1784 ; called to the Bar ; living 1800. 



1769 

Jan. 14. Lewis Charles Raillane, aged 9, son of Lewis R., clerk, of 
Lincoln's Inn. 
Edward Wells, aged 9, son of Edward W., of Great 
Eastcheap. 
,, 27. Francis Upham, aged 10, son of Francis U., of James 
Street, Covent Garden. 
Feb. 7. Thomas Graham Colley, aged 11, son of Thomas C, watch- 
maker, of Fleet Street. 
„ 16. John Canceller, aged 8, son of John C, gent, of Newgate 

Street. 
„ 22. Robert Steare Allen, aged 10, son of Robert A., gent., of 
Carey Street. 
Mar. 3. William Wells, aged 9, son of Joseph W., coal merchant, 
of Creed Lane, Ludgate Hill. 



142 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1769 

Admitted. 

Mar, 3. Stephen Jenkins, aged 13, son of John J., ironmonger and 
brazier, of Newgate Street. 

Pauline Exliibitioiier, 1776, Corpus Christ! College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1776 ; B.A. 1779. 

William Tomlinson, aged 8, son of William T., clerk to 
]\Ir. Concert, coal merchant, near Paul's Warfe. 
„ 7. John Smith, son of Widow S., of Trinity Lane. 

Edmund Scott, aged 10, son-in-law of Samuel Fredennik, 
perukemaker, of Gray's Inn Lane. 
„ 10. John Gretton, aged 15, son of Charles G., Rector of 
Springfield, Essex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1771 ; Corpus Cluisti College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1774 ; B.A. 1779. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1768-69 : — 

John Gretton, admitted on to the Foundation, March 10, 

1769. 
Henry Trott, admitted on to the Foundation, June 7, 1769. 
Thomas Woodhouse Fitzherbert, left 1771-72. 
Charles Farr, admitted on to the Foundation, April 7, 

1769. 
George Colley, left 1769-70. 
Samuel Burrow (Burrough), admitted on to the Foundation, 

February 5, 1770. 
William Williams, admitted on to the Foundation, April 7, 

1769. 
John Moreton, admitted on to the Foundation, April 7, 

1769. 
Richard Oliver, admitted on to the Foundation, May 12, 

1769. 
John Paterson, admitted on to the Foundation, May 12, 

1769. 

The following must be included among Thicknesse's pupils, 
though his name is not found in the Registers : — 

John Andre, 

Major in the British Army ; acting as 'Adjutant-General under Sir 
Henry Clinton, he was taken prisoner within the American lines 
during the intrigues connected with the treachery of Arnold, and was 
tried as a spy and executed, October 2, 1780, at the age of 29. A 
monument wus erected to his memory in Westminster Abbey by King 
George III., and on November 28, 1821, his bones, which had been 
removed from the scene of his death, were deposited in a vault near his 
monument. 



1769] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 143 



1769—1814 
High Master RICHARD ROBERTS. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. Pauline Exhibitioner, 1749 (?) ; see among Dr. 
Charles's scholars, 

Surmaster William Rider (continued). 

See before, 1748-1769. 

S'lcrmaster 1783 Thomas Woods. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, January 28, 1760. 

Surmaster 1806 Richard Edwards. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, September 21, 1770. Eesigned, 
Christmas 1823. 

Usher Thomas Higgins (contimied). 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, January 20, 1752. 

Usher 1782 Thomas Woods. 

Usher 1783 Richard Edwards. 

Usher 1806 William A. C. Durham. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, February 23, 1786. 



Assistant to the ) t tt 

High Master^ \ Isaac Hill. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, February 24, 1785. 

Assistant to the ) -, onn t . ■..■. -d..^ ^ 

High Master ^\^^^^ Israel Bull. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, November 1, 1782. 

^tX;;*}l«»» H^BV SO.MKS. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, August 17, 1799. 

^ These Assistants were at first appointed have not discovered the names of any of 
and paid by the High Master. The first these Masters till Isaac Hill, who graduated 
was appointed by Dr. Roberts in 1773. I in 1794. 



144 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1769 

SCHOLARS. 

Mr. Edward Ingram, Survcyor-Accoimtant. 

Jesse Ponten, Captain. 

Admitlccl Febniary 20, 1761. 
Admitted. 

Mar. 22. John Davis, aged 8, son of John D., in the country. 
April 7. Charles Farr, aged 11, son of William F., printer (deceased), 

at his mother's, No. 53, Fleet Markett. 
William Williams, aged 13, son of William W., linnendraper, 

of the Strand. 
Charles Reynolds, aged 12, son of William R., baker, of 

Bloomsbury. 
Joseph Smith, aged 9, son of Hannah S., widow, of St. 

Peter-le-Poor. 
Thomas Hadley, aged 13, son of Sarah H., bookbinder and 

widow, of Creed Lane, Ludgate Hill. 
John Moreton, aged 9, son of John M., of Ward Robe Court, 

Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons. 
„ 19. John Evans, aged 9, son of John E., painter, of Bell Yard, 

Temple Barr. 
James Roe, aged 9, son of Thomas R., perukemaker, of Old 

Bethlem. 
John Jackson, aged 9, son of John J., of Lothbury. 
WilHam Ellis, aged 12, son of JosejDh E., engraver, of 

Rosamond's Row, Clerkenwell. 
May 12. John Paterson, aged 9, son-in-law of John Letch, physician, 

of Paternoster Row. 
Richard Oliver, aged 10, son of John O., victualler, of 

Basinghall Street. 
John Balmer, aged 8, son of Isaac B., at Mr. Harrison's, 

taylor, on Ludgate Hill. 
Evan Davies Brian, aged 10, son of John B., coalmerchant, 

of New North Street, Red Lyon Square. 
June 7. William Waterhouse, aged 10, son of Benjamin W., the 

corner of Barnard's Inn, Holborne. 
Henry Hall, aged 10, son of Richard H., taylor, of 

Chichester's Rents, Chancery Lane. 
Henry Trott, aged 14, son of William T., of Little Russell 

Street, Bloomsbury. 
John Soper, aged 7, at Mrs. Randall's, St. Thomas Apostles. 
James Salt, aged 8, son of Thomas S., vicar of Nasing, 

in Essex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1779, St. John's College, Cambridge ; Gower 
Exhibitioner, 1779 ; B.A. 1783 ; M.A. 1786 ; Minor Canon of St.iPaul's, 
1791 ; Vicar of Barling, Essex, 1793 ; Vicar of IIorndon-on-the-Hill, 
1797 ; died 1824, aged 64. 

James Gruit, aged 11, son of Mrs. Gruit, boarding-school 
keeper, at Westminster Bridge. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL U5 



June 7. John Preslove Keys, aged 10, son of Philip K., gent, of 
Liucohi's Inn. 
Thomas Warry, aged 12. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1778, Wadliam College, Oxford ; Scholar 
1777 ; B.A. 1781 ; M.A. 1785 ; Fellow, 1785 ; B.D. 1796. 

John Marsh, aged 1-0, son of John M., gunmaker, at No. 54, 
in Tooley Street. 
„ 30. Frederick Smith, aged 9, nephew of Mr. Carnaby, of Holly- 
well Street, behind St. Clement's Church. 
James Robert Wadeson, aged 9, son of Mrs. W., widow, of 
Red Lyon Square. 

Captain, 1774-77 ; Campden Exhibitioner (as William R. W.), 1777. 

July 10. William Robert Wake, aged 12, son of Basil W., apothecary, 
in the parish of St. James, Bath. 

Captain, 1772-73 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Oxford, 
October 14, 1772 ; B.A. 1776. 

„ 18. Richard Taylor, aged 13, son of Thomas T., shoemaker, of 
Bull and Mouth Street. 
John Thurmond Jackson, aged 9, son of John J., gent, of 

Lothbury. 
Thomas Abbey, aged 9, son of Richard A., of Wells's Row, 
Islington. 
Sept. 6. John Burnett, aged 9, son of George B., bookseller, of the 
Strand. 
John Barbaroux, aged 9. 
„ 12. Charles Thesiger, aged 7, son of John T., gent. Excise 
Office, and of Grosvenor Square. 

Collector of Customs in the island of St. Vincent, West Indies ; 
married 1796 ; died 1831, and was buried in St. George's, Bloomsbury. 

William Williams, aged 11, son of John W., writing master 
and accomptant, of Fetter Lane. 
„ 21. Thomas Edlyn Tomlyns, aged 7, son of — T., clerk, at 
Painters' Hall. 
John Jones, aged 10, son of William J., gent, of King's 
Head Court, St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Oct. 4. Robert Donaldson, aged 11, son of James D. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1777, Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1780, 

„ 9. John Tasker, aged 9, son of Widow T., of Knowles Court, 

Carter Lane. 
„ 27. William Robinson, aged 1 1, son of William R., peruke maker, 
of Essex Street, in the Strand. 
William Dennett, aged 15, son of Thomas D., apothecary, 

Storrington, Sussex. 
John Jones, aged 9, son of Widow J., of Great New Street, 
Fetter Lane. 
Nov. 7. Joseph Fenning, aged 9, son of William F., blacksmith, 
Colchester. 
„ 21. Henry Cox, aged 12, sonof Henry C, vintner, of Fleet Street. 
Robert Barbor, aged 10, son of Michael B., attorney, of 
Fetter Lane. 



146 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1769 

j4dmUted. 

Nov. 21. Douald Fraser, aged 7, son of Donald F., of King Henry's 

Yard, Burr Street. 
Dec. 1. Mark Selwood, aged 12, son of William S. 

Charles Pattison, aged 9, son of Samuel P., auctioneer, of 

Essex Street. 
William Griffin, aged 10, son of William G., weaver, at 

No. 13, White Cross Street. 
„ 13. John Sadlington, aged 10, son of John S., taylor, of 

Southampton Buildings. 
James Williams, aged 10, son of William W., linnen draper, 

of Temple Barr. 
John Crickett, aged 10, son of John C, stationer, of 

Knightrider Street, Doctors' Commons. 
George Thomas, aged 9, son of William T., taylor, of 

Buckingham Street, York Buildings. 
Thomas Heays (Hayes), son of Isaac H., at George's Coffee 

House. 



1770 

Jan. 16, Samuel Fish, aged 12, son of Samuel F., innholder at the 
Golden Lyon, St. John Street. 
„ 22. Thomas Jackson Hennekin, aged 8, son of John H., jeweller, 

of Clerkenwell Churchyard. 
„ 27. William Gosling, aged 10, son of William G., of the parish 
of St. Peter-le-Poor. 
Peter Windsor, aged 11, son of Richard W., citizen and 
mercer, of London. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1778, Pembroke College, Oxford ; but he only 
receives one payment. 

John Charles Hare, aged 9, son of John H. 
Fe'b. 5. Israel Simpson, aged 12, son of Charles S., printer, of 
Stonecutter Street, Fleet Markett. 
John Pierce, aged 7, son of Thomas P., peruke maker, of 

Bow Lane, Cheapside. 
Edward Page, aged 11, son of John P. 
Samuel Burrough, aged 11, son of Samuel B., Wet Dock, 
Rotherhithe. 
„ 13. Francis Vignoles, aged 11, son of Mary V. 

Thomas Dutton, aged 8, son of William D., watchmaker, 
of Fleet Street. 
„ 23. George Nu.ssey, aged 10. 
JIar. 13. Philip Medhurst, aged 8, son of John M., Staffordshire 
Warehouse, of Little George Street, Westminster. 
„ 20. John Anderson, aged 15, son of George A., collector of the 
salt duties at Grain, but residing at Frinsbury, near 
Rochester. 

Captain, 1773-74; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1774, Pembroke College, 
Oxl'ora ; P,.A. 1777. 



I770] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 147 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1769—70 : — 

James Marshall, left 1770—71. 

John Marshall, left 1772-73. 

Thomas Wilkie, admitted on to the Foundation, April 27, 

1770. 
Henry Vaughan, admitted on to the Foundation, March 

30, 1770. 



John Hookham, Esq., Survey or- Acconntant. 

Henry Gretton, Captain. 
Admitted July 10, 1767. 
Admitted. 
Mar, 30, Henry Vaughan, aged 12, son of Henry V., of the parish 

of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 
Apr. 14. John Thomas Ruskin, aged 8, son of John R., chandler, at 
No. 87, Bartholomew Close. 
„ 17. John Robertson, aged 7, son of John R. 
„ 27. Thomas Wilkie, aged 7, son of John W., bookseller, of 
St. Paul's Churchyard. 
David Robinson, aged 9, son of Peter R., chaser, at No, 3, 

Coxes Court, Aldersgate Street, 
Robert Pearson, aged 8, son of Mary P., widow, dealer in 

coals, in Water Street, Strand. 
John Attley, aged 8, nephew of Mary Pearson, 
James White, aged 12, son of James W., linen draper, ot 

Friday Street. 
Edward White, aged 9, son of James W., linen draper, of 

Friday Street. 
Richard White, aged 10, son of James W., linen draper, ot 
Friday Street. 
May 23. William Thornburgh Brown, aged 9, son of William B., 
silversmith, of Cheapside. 
Richard Griffith, aged 10, son of Roger G., gent, of Millman 

Street. 
Samuel Vanhagen, aged 11, son of William V., of Noble 

Street, near Old Street. 
William Hind, aged 13, son of Joseph H., Messenger-in- 
Ordinary to His Majesty, opposite the Blue-Coat School, 
in the Broadway, Westminster, 
Joseph Keeble, aged 8, son of Samuel K., carver, at No. 11, 
in the Old Change. 
„ 25. John Aspinshaw, aged 8, son of John A., of Little Kirby 
Street, Hatton Garden. 

Possibly J. A. of Leicestershire ; Fellow-Commoner of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge; B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791; LL.D. 1804; Hector 
of St. Peter's, Nottingham, 1797 ; Reclor of Hinckley (with Stoke), 
Leicestershire. 

June 26. Richard Bell, aged 12, son of William B., gent, of St. Mary, 
Islington. 

I, 2 



148 SCHOLARS, OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1770 



Admitted. 

Juue 26. William Lochhead, aged 13, son of Robert L., victualler, of 
the Strand. 
John Burnham, aged 10, son of James B., carpenter, of 

Brookes Markett. 
Samuel Allen, aged 10, son of William A., tallow chandler, 

of the Old Change. 
William Bell, aged 10, son of William B., gent, of St. Mary, 
Islington. 
July 6. John Thomas, aged 12, son of Walter T., gent, of Newington 
Butts. 
Richard Cater, aged 11, son of Thomas C, apothecary, of 
Bread Street. 
„ l-i. William Hess, aged 9, son of Widow H., in Blossoms Street, 
White Lyon Yard. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1781, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Sykea 
Exiiibitioner, 1781 ; B.A. 1786. 

„ 18. Griffith Jones, aged 12, son of Griffith J., printer, at No. 7, 
Bolt Court. 
John Green, aged 9, son of — G. 

John Macauley, aged 11, son of Robert M., broker (deceased), 
of Cross Key Court, Little Britain. 
„ 27. George Kempster, aged 10, son of Samuel K., of Thaives 
Inn, Holborne. 
John Williams, aged 10, son of Jolm W., of St. John 
Street. 
Aug. 7. John Southerland, aged 12, son of John S., victualler, of 

Cloth Fair. 
Sept. 14. John Horinan, aged 10, son of John H., cabinet maker, of 
Essex Street, Strand. 
Eleazer Robinson, aged 10, son of Eleazer R., butcher, at 

No. 6, in the New Buildings, near Fleet Markett. 
George Lee, aged 8, son of George L., attorney, of Queen 

Street. 
John Deacon, aged 10, son of John D., baker, of St. 

Dunstan's-in-the-West. 
James Maxwell, aged 13, nephew of Charles M., apothecary, 

at No. 29, Fleet Street. 
George Barry, aged 9, son of Widow B., Mitcham, Surry. 
Henry Allen Moore, aged 10, son of William M., brewer, of 

Old Street. 
Robert Hays, aged 12, son of Isaac H., coffeeman, of the 
Strand. 
„ 19. Thomas Dandy, aged 9, an orphan. 

Benjamin Mellows Hadden, aged 8, son of William H., 
attorney, of Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
„ 21, Richard Edwards, aged 10, son of Thomas E., linnen draper, 
late of Broad Street, Carnaby Markett. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1778, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 
1782; M.A. 1785; Chaplain St. Paul's Suhool, 1783; Surmaster, 
ISim 2P. ; difd in London, 1841, aged 83. 



I770] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. Hi) 

AdmiUtsd. 

Oct. 19. Francis Stamper, aged 11, son of Mary S., of Cumberland 
Court, Drury Lane. 
John Nower, aged 7, son of Uriah N., at the Baptist Head 
Coffee House, Aldermanbury. 
„ 24. John Beswicke, aged 13, son of Robert B., Hereford. 
Dec. 4. Richard Sydenham^gedlO, son of Richard S., of Bermondsey, 
Southwark. 

1771 

Jan. 25. Thomas Reeves, aged 9, son of Thomas R., scale maker, of 

Fetter Lane. 
Edward Robinson, aged 12, son of Samuel R., smith, of 

Puddle Dock Hill. 
Joseph Croft, aged 8, son of Thomas C, sword cutler, of 

the Old Bailey. 
Francis Rivers, aged 11, son of G. Hopkins, painter, in 

Charter House Square. 
Cornelius Harrison Briggs, aged 8, son of — B., broker, at 

Pancras. 
William Graham, aged 11, son of Joseph G., at Messrs, 

Hoars, bankers, in Fleet Street. 
John Harvey, aged 12, son of Elias H. 
Feb. 15, Thomas Hide, aged 12, son of Simon H., victualler, of 

Petticoat Lane. 
Charles Hardwicke, aged 12, son of Widow H,, tanner. 

Bourne, Lincolnshire. 
John Goosetree, aged 9, son of Samuel G., coffeemau, at 

No. 22, Fleet Street. 
Samuel Haseltine, aged 11, son of Edward H., stay maker, 

at No, 14, Denmark Court, in the Strand, 
Mar. 5, John Stringer, aged 9, son of Robert S., bluemaker, of 

Newgate Street, 
Thomas Mellish, aged 11, son of Thomas M., bookbinder, 

of Little Britain. 
„ 7. William Allen, aged 9, son of Susannah A., grocer, of 

Holborne. 
„ 16. John Gatty, aged 13, son of Joseph G., druggist, of Queen 

Street. 
Thomas Howson, aged 8, son of — H., coachmaker, of 

Leather Lane. 
Alexander Henry Harbin, aged 9, son of Rev. Mr. H., 

curate of Ludgate Church. 
Thomas Tidd, aged 8, son of Julius T., collar maker, of 

Gray's Inn Lane. 
Philip Thomas, aged 9, son of Walter T., gent, of Newington 

Butts. 
James Tringham, aged 11, son of John T., of Lovett's Court, 

Paternoster Ruw. 



150 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1771 

Admitted. 

Mar. 16. Henry Cross, aged 13, an orphan. 
„ 19. Thomas Lotty, aged 10. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1770—71 : — 

John Burton, left 1771-72. 
Thomas Jenkins, left 1773-74. 
Francis Rivers, left 1771-72. 



;Mr. John Waters, Surveyor-Accountant. 
Richard Blucke, Captaiti. 

Admitted July 26, 1766, as Richard Martin. 

Ajjr. 5. Henry Bridgman Nettleship, aged 7, son of Henry N., of 
St. Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside. 
„ 10. George Lunn, aged 11, son of Samuel L,, attorney, Rippon, 
Yorkshire. 
William Obadiah Cribb, aged 12, son of Wm. C, apothecary, 
of Holborne. 

Entered Guy's Hospital (nnder Sir Astley Cooper) ; M.R.C.S. ; 
Surgeon at St. Giles's Workhouse during the riots of 1780 ; practised 
at Bishop's Stortford ; died 1813. 

„ 22. Jonathan Newton, aged 10, son of Charles N., printer, 
of Red Lyon Street, Clerkenwell. 
William Petty, aged 13, an orphan, at Mrs. Robson's, 
brewer, Clare Markett. 
„ 26. Simon Stanton, aged 7, an oi-phan. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1781, Christ Church, Oxford (Servitor) ; son 
of John S. of the City of London, matriculated as " plebei fil." (aged 
17); B.A. 1784; M.A. 1787. 

May 13. John Sharp Eagland, aged 9, son of Joseph E., apothecary, 

of Holborne. 
June 10. James Heale, aged 10, son of James H., gent, of Brooks 
Markett. 
John Addison Newman, aged 11, son of John N., gent, of 

Giltspur Street. 
William Lewis Newman, aged 9, son of John N., gent, of 

Giltspur Street. 
John Wilson, aged 12, son of William W., peruke maker, 

of the parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 
William Thomas Sandiford, aged 7, son of Rev. Rowland 
S., of St. Bartholomew's Close. 
,, 15. George Varenne, aged 14, son of Ezekiel V., beadle of 
the Apothecarys' Company. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1779, Corpus Christ! College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1779; B.A. 1783; M.A. 1786; S.T.B. 1809; 
Rector of Westley, Cambridge ; Vicar of Elm, with Emneth ; died 1824. 

„ 19. George Stringer, aged 12, son of William S., of Russell 
Court, Covent Garden. 



1 77 1] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 151 

Adinittcd. 

June 20. Alfred William Roberts, aged 7, nephew of Richard 
Roberts, High Master of St. Paul's School. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1783, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B A. 
1787; M.A. 1792. 

July 1. Thomas Broughton, aged 13, son of the Rev. Mr. 

Broughton, of Hatton Garden. 
John Towell Rutt,"aged 11, son of George R., druggist, of 

Friday Street. 
„ 5. Charles Reay, aged 11, son of — Reay, of Ayliff Street, 

Goodmans Fields. 
Sept. 27. James Montgomerie, aged 8, son of Jas. M., of Bennett's Hill. 
William Feild, aged 9, son of John F., printer, of Hand 

Court, Holborne. 
Eli Bottomly, aged 10, son of James B., gent, of Bridewell 

Precinct. 
Samuel Jutsum, aged 9, son of Richard J., butcher, at 

No. 51, Aldgate^High Street. 
Philip Gretton, aged 14, son of Rev. Charles G., Spring- 
field, Essex. 
Thomas Soare, aged 9, son of William S., linnen printer, 

at No. 29, St. Johns Lane. 
Oct. 29. Francis Rouffignac, aged 8, son of William R., callico 

printer, of Hertford. 
George Waterhouse, aged 9, son of Benjamin W., hard- 

wareman, of Holborne. 
Robert Bussell, aged 8, son of Rbt. B.,gent, of Ni-w St. Sq. 
Thomas Blakey, aged 15, son of William B., butcher, of 

Gilderston, York, at Mr. Nelson's, apothecary, Holborne. 
William Sills Gunn, aged 11, son of Jolm G., blacksmith, 

at No. 24, Aldermanbury. 
Robert Thackray, aged 13, son of Robert T., broker, of 

Little George Street, Grosvenor Square. 
William Rio Mackdonald, aged 11, son of William Rio McD., 

apothecary, of Warwick Lane. 
Dec. 18. Charles Ramshaw, aged 10, son of George R., at No. 58, 

Red Cross Street. 
John Williams, aged 15, son of John W., vicar of Bladwell, 

Salop. 
Owen Williams, aged 14, son of John W., vicar of Bladwell, 

Salop. 
Hugh Charles, aged 7, nephew of Rowland C, peruke 

maker, of the Strand. 
James William Hippen, aged 9, son of Stephen H., water- 
man and lighterman, of the Savoy. 
John Bulley, aged 10, son of — B., apothecary, Chippen 

Norton, Oxfordshire. 
George Nelson, aged 8, son of — N., clerk to Mr. Nutt, 

merchant in Bond Street, Scotch Yard, Bush Lane. 
Samuel Goodman, aged 10, son of Samuel G., of Newgate St. 



152 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1772 



1772 

Admitted. 

Jan. 20. Thomas Berridge, aged 9, son of William B., oilman, at 

No. 16, in Wood Street. 
Salwey Nash, aged 11, son of Salwey N., engraver, of 

Stanhope Street, Clare Markett. 
John Howard, aged 9, son of John H., baker, of Sermon 

Lane, Doctors' Commons. 
Thomas Ashmore, aged 9, son of Peter A., brush maker, 

of Snow Hill. 
James Leshe, aged 13, son of Ann L., of F\;lwoods Rents, 

Holborne. 
George Gawler, aged 7, nephew of Sannel G., attorney, 

Clement's Inn. 

Proceeded to India under an assumed name ; cruised about in the 
China seas, and visited Pegu in 1786 ; practised as an attorney in 
Calcutta and became " Company's Attorney " ; married Miss Tilney 
Long, and returned to England 1820. 

William Smith, aged 14, son of Isabella S., Greenwich. 
William Orford, aged 10, son of William 0., Green Grocer, 

of Bell Yard, Temple Barr. 
Feb. 28. Thomas Williams, aged 8, son of Thomas W., drucrcHst, of 

Smock Alley. 
James Howell, aged 12, son of George H., carpenter. Bell 

Yard, Temple Barr. 
Joseph Jones, aged 8, son of Daniel J., of Red Cross Street, 

Cripplegate. 
Robert Gimbert. 
Mark Morley, aged 10, son of Susannah M., widow, of 

St. Ann's, Blackfryers. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1771-72. 

John Wenham, left 1772-73. 
John Chetwood, left 1772-73. 
John Scott, left 1773-74. 



]\[r. Thomas King, Surveyor-Accountant. 
William Robert Wake, Captain. 

Admitted July 10, 1769. 

Apr. 3. Thomas Westurn, aged 13, son of Joseph W., taylor, of 
Gravel Lane, Southwark. 
Thomas Keck, aged 8, son of Samuel K., of the South Sea 

House, Hoxton Square. 
William Masters, aged 12. 

Pauline Exhiliitioner, 1776, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1777 ; B.A. 1780 ; migrated to Emmanuel College 
as Fellow-Commoner, 1782 ; M.A. 1783 ; Vicar of Waterbcach, 1784 ; 
died 1794. 



1772] SCHOLARS OF ST PAUL'S SCHOOL. 153 

Admitted. 

May 11. William Bye, aged 12, son of John B., baker, of Puddle 

Dock Hill. 
James Hess, aged 8, son of Widow H., of Blossoms Street, 

White Lyon Yard. 
John Davison, aged 9, son of Nicholas D., apothecary, of 

Wood Street. 
John Thackray, aged 12, son of Wilh'am T., broker, of 

Great George Street, Grosvenor Square. 
John Forster, aged 14, son of Rev. Thomas F., Hales- 

worth, Suffolk. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1776, St. John's College, Cambridge ; B A 

(Junior Op.), 1780 ; M.A. 1785. 

Samuel Richard Roberts, aged 7, nephew of Rev. Richard 
Roberts, High Master of St. Paul's School. 
July 11, John Harbin, aged 8, son of Rev. John H., curate of 
Shoreditch. 

Probably J. H. who was elected to a Scholarship (Bath and Wells) 
at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1785 ; B.C.L., 1792. 

Peter Dennis, aged 13, son of Peter Francis, at the 

Academy, No. 12, Charterhouse Square. 
Richard Harrison, aged 9, son of Rev. Richard H. 

Matriculated at Queen's College, Oxford, " cler. fil.,"son of R. H., 
of St. Giles's, Middlesex, aged 19, April 18, 1782; B.A. 1786. 

.. 23. John Cribb, aged 8, son of William C, apothecary, of 
Holborne. 

J. Bythewood C, went to Westminster Hospital ; Surgeon and 
M.D. ; practised in High Holborn, particularly as a Ladies' Doctor, 
till 1832 ; afterwards in Bloomsbury Square ; died 1840. 

Robert Cosens, aged 14, son of Robert C, gent, Yetminster, 
near Sherborne, Dorsetshire. 

Wadham College, Oxford (matriculated as the son of Arthur C, 
of Yetminster, aged 18, March 29, 1776) ; B.A. 1779. 

Charles Cosens, aged 12, son of Robert C, gent, Yetminster, 

near Sherborne, Dorsetshire. 
Joshua Reynolds Leeming, aged 10, son of Thomas L., 

attorney-at-law. No. 8, Dyer's Buildings, Holborne. 
William Horwood, aged 9, son of Jesse H., grocer, of King 

Street, Golden Square. 
Peter Robinson, aged 9, son of Peter R., chaser, No. 3, 

Coxes Court, Aldersgate Street. 
John Moore Brooke, aged 15, son of Rev. Dr. John B., 

rector of Colney, in Norfolk. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1776, Trinity College, CBnibri<lge ; Perry 

Exhibitioner, 1776-83 ; Scholar, 1778 ; fe.A. (Junior Op.), 1780 • 

M.A. 1783; Fellow of Trinity, 1782-85. 

John Hazey, aged 7, son of Samuel H., sta}' maker, of 
Tabernacle Walk, St. Luke's, Middlesex. 

William Henry Whittell, aged 8, son of Thomas W., 
Chamberlain's Office, Guildhall. 
Nov. 6. Thomas Walter WiUiams, aged 9, son of Walter W., 
attorney, of Lamb's Conduit Street. 



154 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1772 

Admitted. 

Nov. 6. Samuel Stable, aged 12, son of John S., gent, of Blooms- 
bury Churchyard. 

John Clarke, aged 11, son of John C, surgeon, of Fleet 
Street. 

William Innes, aged 11, son of James I., peruke maker, of 
St. Martin's-le-Grand. 

George Limming, aged 9, son of Mary L., widow, of Shore- 
ditch. 

Thomas Malpas, aged 10, son of Thomas M., butcher, 01 
Newgate Markett. 

George Boles, aged 11, at Mr. Kenwin's, in Kirby Court, 
Foul Lane, Borough. 



1773 

Thomas Ansell, aged 8, son of Thomas A., grocer, of Leather 

Lane. 
Feb. 4. John Stead, aged 10, son of Robert S., taylor, Great 

Knightrider Street, Doctors' Commons. 
Samuel Inman, aged 8, son of Samuel L, brandy merchant, 

of West Smithfield. 
Charles Lee, aged 8, son of George L., attorn ey-at-law, of 

Queen Street. 
Thomas Famworth, aged 8, son of John F., at Mr. Parker's, 

printer, in Bullhead Court, Jewin Street. 
William Sanders, aged 12, son of John S., furrier, of Tash 

Street, Gray's Inn Lane. 
Charles Coote, aged 12, son of John C, at Mr. Lister's, Old 

Bailey. 

Captain, 1778-79 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Oxford ; 
B.A. 1780 ; M.A. 1785 ; D.C.L. 1789 ; practised in Doctors' Commons ; 
died 1835 ; author of History of England to 1783, Life of Caius Juliiis 
Ccvsar, Hutory of the Union of Great Britain and Ireland, Elements 
of Grammar of the English Language, Mosheim's Ecelesiastical History, 
brought down to the eighteenth century. 

James Henry Moore, aged 9, son of John M., silversmith, 
of Fleet Street. 
„ 17. William Tai'ver, aged 10, son of William T., malt factor, 
of Queen Hithe. 

Died 3"oung, and was buried at St. Michael's, Queenhithe, London. 

Jonathan King, aged 9, son of Thomas K., of St. John's, 
Hackney. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1772-73. 

William Watson, admitted on to the Foundation, December 

20, 1773. 
Somers Clarke, left 1773-74. 



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Mr. Thomas Palmer, Surveyor- J ccount ant. 
John Anderson, Captain. 

Admitted March 20, 1770. 

11. William Henry Blurton, aged 11, son of William B., 

attorney, at No. 2, Inner Temple Lane. 
19. Henry Green, aged 11, son of Henry G., gent, of King 

Street, Covent Garden. 
Philip Moore, aged 12, son of Philip M., Vicar-General's 

Office, Doctors' Commons. 
7. John Jones, aged 11, son of Robert J., tobacconist, at 

No. 15, Bennett's Hill, Doctors' Commons. 
James Panchen, aged 9, son of Giles P., of Doctors' 

Commons. 
William Moore, aged 10, son of Philip M., Vicar-General's 

Office, Doctors' Commons. 
John Rowley, aged 8, son of Abben R., of Bread Street. 
Robert Bussell, aged 9, son of Robert B., of Nevell's Court, 

Fetter Lane. 
John Law, aged 11, son of Bed well L., bookseller, of Ave 

Maria Lane, Ludgate Street. 
Alexander Billings, aged 12, son of Randall B., Penny 

Post-Office, Throgmorton Street. 
Joseph Bainbridge, aged 9, son of Joseph B., apothecary, 

of Leather Lane, Holborne. 
William Choppin, aged 10, son of Widow C, smith, of Bell 

Yard, Gracechurch Street. 
John Willis Birt, aged 11, son of John B., letter-carrier, of 

Shoreditch. 
Samuel Deeve, aged 12, son of John D., grocer, Oxford. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1780, Balliol College, Oxford (generosi filius 
natu tertius de civitate Oxen, adniissiis est Commensalis 1779) ; 
B.A. 1782 i M.A. 1786. 

George Bell, aged 12, son of William B., surveyor of excise, 
at Lambeth. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1779, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Periy 
Exhibitioner, 1779-86 ; B.A. (Junior Op.), 1783 ; M.A. 1787 ; Vicar 
of Bloxham, Oxford. 

James Arnold, aged 8, son of William A., at No. 42, Old 

Bailey. 
Thomas Anstead, aged 9, son of Thomas A., brazier, of 

Coleman Street. 
Robert Sandford Schomberg, aged 9, son of Ralph S., 

M.D., Bath. 
John Tarver, aged 8, son of William T., malt factor, of 

Queen Hithe. 

Was detained in France during the great war ; father of John 
Charles Tarver, J'rench Master at Eton, and grandfather of the Kev. 
Joseph Tarver, of Filgrave, Bucks, and Canon (Charles) Tarver, tutor 
to H.R.H. Prince of Wales, and Henry and Francis Tarver, French 
Masters at Eton, 1883. 



156 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1773 

Admitted. 

May 7. James Thomas, aged 9, son of William T., taylor, of St. 

Martin's. 
July 3. Thomas Bailey Watson, son of William W., esquire, Kirton, 

Lincolnshire 
„ 30. Kobert Mark De la Fosse, aged 14.. son of Mr. De la Fosse, 

Richmond. 

St. Mary Hall, O.xford, R.C.L. 1797 ; presented Spence's Polymetif! 
to the St. Paul's School Library {vide Inscription). 

Sejit. 24. Joseph Simpson, aged 12, son of Joseph S., coal dealer, of 

Warwick Court, Holborne. 
William Simpson, aged 10, son of Joseph S., coal dealer, of 

Warwick Court, Holborne. 
John Hinckley, aged 7, son of Dr. H., M.D., of Alder- 

manbury. 
Joshua Piatt, son of Samuel P., attorney, and clerk to 

Lord Mansfield, of Barnani's Inn. 
George Waren, aged 12, son of Robert W., Golden Hill, 

Loughton, Essex. 
Oct. 29. John Wilkinson, aged 13, son of Cuthbert W., haberdasher, 

of Wood Street, Cheapside. 
William Hadden, aged 7, son of William H., attorney, of 

Took's Court, Castle Yard, Holborne. 
Charles Gibbs, aged 11, son of Henry G., attorney-at-law, 

of Union Court, Holborne. 
William Frost, aged 9, at the Coach and Horses, near the 

New Church in the Strand. 
Richard Jones, aged 10, son of Richard J., peruke maker, 

of Mooregate. 
Nov, 12. William Collins, aged 8, son of John C, of Knightrider 

Street. 
Dec. 17. John Sewell, aged 8, son of Joseph S., surveyor of excise. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1784, Pembroke College, Oxford ; Scholar 
(Wightwick) ; B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791; D.C.L. 1795; F.R.S. ; 
Knighted 1815 ; Judge of the Vice-Admiralty Court of Malta ; 
died 18.33. 

William Reynolds, aged 10, son of Thomas R., one of the 

Arts Masters of Bridewell. 

Possibly W. R. of Chelmsford, Essex ; entered Exeter College, 
Oxford, Ajiril 17, 1780 ; B.A. 1783 ; name removed 1784, but .sub- 
sequently M.A. 1815. 

Joseph Harris, aged 10, son of Robert H., druggist, of 

St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Michael Dobbs, agedV, son of Simon D., at No. 119, Fleet 

Street. 
„ 20. William Watson, aged 14, son of Rev. James W., of Hatton 

Garden. 
John Holland, aged 8, sou of Henry H., of Tunbridge 

Wells, Islington. 
„ 27. John Sebastian Witz, aged 9, son of John W., victualler, of 

St. Martin's-le-Grand. 



1774] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 157 



1774 

Admitted. 

Jan. 18. Robert Gray, aged 13, sou of Widow G., Cambridge. 

Campdeu Exhibitioner, 1778, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1779-85 ; B.A. (Junior Op.), 1782 ; M.A. 1785 ; Hector 
of Twinstead, Essex, 1783; of Little Yoldham, 1802; died 1837, 
aged 78. 

William Hinton, aged 10, son of Samuel H., bookbinder, 

of Dolphin Court, Ludgate Hill. 
Abraham Eastlake Keylock, aged 12, son of John K., 

looking-glass manufacturer, at No. 11, Hatton Garden. 
Seth Stephen Ward, aged 7, son of Seth W., gent, of the 

Bank. 

Senior Clerk in Accountant - General's Office, Chancery Lane, 
1786-1839 ; Director of Hospital for French Protestants in London ; 
died 18i5, 

Thomas Selby, aged 12, son of Thomas S., gent, of White- 
chapel. 

Burton Morris, aged 10, son of Rev. Dr. M., of Hatton 
Garden. 

Richard Stacey, aged 9, son of Richard S., of Tookes 
Court, Cursitors Street, Chancery Lane. 

John Philpot, aged 10, son of Joseph P., shoemaker, of 
New Cock Lane, Bethnal Green. 

Peter Dilly, aged 14, son of Widow D., of West- 
minster. 

William Jones Williams, aged 10, son of Walter W., of 
Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fiel 's. 
Feb. 15. John Shuttleworth, aged 11, son of Widow S., Sherborne, 
Dorset. 

William Clarkson, aged 10, son of William C, the Pre- 
rogative Office, Doctors' Commons. 

Walter Pryon Pigott, son of Thomas P., at No. 46, Fetter 
Lane. 

James Newby, aged 11, son of John N., of Southampton 
Buildings, Chancery Lane. 

Timothy Neeves, aged 10, son of William N., musician, 
of the Old Bailey. 

John Peck, aged 10, son of John P., grocer, of the 
Strand. 
Mar. 14, Thomas Poole, aged 9, son of Mary P., widow, of Dyer's 
Buildings, Holborne. 

John Middleton (Myddelton), aged 15, son of Sarah M., 
widow of Rev. Thomas M., late vicar of Melton 
Mowbray. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1778, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. (Fifth Senior Op.), 1782; M.A. 1785; S.T.B. 1792; Fellow of 
Sidney ; Rector of Bucknall, Lincolnshire, 1804 ; died 1834, aged 76. 

Charles Pollard, aged 10, son of Martha P., widow, butcher, 
of Clare Market!. 



158 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1774 



Mk. Richard Windsor, Surveyor-Accountant. 
James Wadeson, Captain. 

Admitted June 30, 1769. 
Admitted. 

Mar. 24. James Berry, aged 16, son of James B., box maker, of 
St. Andrew's, Hoi borne. 

Pauline Exliibitiouer, 1780, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1780. 

Apr. 22. Thomas Somerville, aged 9, grandson of Robert Woolridge, 

painter, at No. 9, near the King's Road, Gray's Inn 

Lane. 
William Manning, aged 11, son of William M., court hatter 

and hosier, the corner of Palgrave's Head. 
Samuel Nettleship, aged 9, son of Henry N., of St. Mary- 

le-Bow, Cheapside. 
John Taylor Lamb, aged 14, son of late John Taylor L., 

Croydon, Surry. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1778, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 

Exhibitioner, 1779-85 ; B.A. (Seventh Junior Op.), 1782 ; Rector of 

Upper Helmley, Yorkshire ; died 1828, aged 70. 

William Lamb, aged 10, son of late John Taylor L. 

Croydon, Surry. 
Thomas Lamb, aged 8, son of late John Taylor L., Croydon, 

Surry. 
„ 24. John Parker, aged 8, son of John R, jeweller and toyman, 

of St. Paul's Churchyard. 
^Lay 11. John Ansted, aged 8, son of Thomas A., brazier, of 

Coleman Street. 
William White, aged 11, son of James W., coal dealer, of 

Bennett's Hill. 
James White, aged 11, son of Thomas W., coal dealer, of 

Bennett's Hill. 
John Johnson, aged 9, son of John J., working goldsmith, 

of Maiden Lane. 
Thomas Pearce Browne, aged 9, son of John B., gent, of the 

Feu Office, Inner Temple. 
Samuel Browne, aged 7, son of John B., gent, of the Feu 

Office, Inner Temple. 
William Waine, aged 13, son of Thomas W., beadle of the 

Founders' Company. 
William Dawson, aged 11, son of Thomas D., gent, of 

Staining Lane, Wood Street. 
John Dawson, aged 9, son of Thomas D., gent, of Staining 

Lane, Wood Street. 
,, 18. Richard Harvey, aged 13, son of Richard H., shoemaker, of 

Honeysuckle Court, Grubb Street. 
June 20. James Blucke, aged 11, son of — Blucke. 
July 9. Thomas Scardefield (Scardifield), aged 7, son of Thomas S., 

the Academy, in Academy Court, Chancery Lane. 



1774] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 159 

Admitted. 

July 9. Robert Rowe, ao'ed 13, son of William R., apothecary, at 
No. 116, Bunbill Row. 
Elias Griffies, aged 9, son of Rev, Mr. G., rector of 
Saundersted, near Croydon, Surry. 

Cainpden Exhibitioner, 1783, Trinity College, Cambridge (Elias 
Erasmus G.) ; B.A. 1787 ; M.A. 1791. 

Samuel Harrington, aged 10, son of John H., trunk maker, 

the corner of Chancery Lane, Holborne. 
Sept. 13. Henage Robinson Williams, aged 12, son of Theophilus W., 

broker, of Bread Street. 
„ 20. George Gall, aged 9, son of Richard G., of the parish of 

Sb. Faith's. 
„ 27. John Parsons, aged 12, son of John P., tallow chandler, of 

Gray's Inn Lane, Holborne. 
„ 28. Matthew Mapletoff (Mapletoft), aged 13, son of Rev. Robert 

M., minister of Saffron Walden, Essex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1780, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 
1784 ; M.A. 1787 ; Fellow of Emmanuel ; S.T.B. 1794 ; Kectorof Aller, 
Rutland, 1796 ; Rector of Easington, Yorkshii-e, 1799 ; Vicar of Ted- 
dington, Yorkshire, 1812. 

Oct. 4. Henry Hall, aged 11, son of Henry H., gent, of Moor- 
fields. 

1775 

Jan. 5. Thomas Salmon, aged 14, son of Rev. Henry S., Audlem, 
Cheshire. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1779, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1779 ; migrated to St. John's ; B.A. (Eleventh 
Wrangler) 1782; M.A. 1786; Fellow of St. John's; S.T.B. 1793; 
Rector of Dogmersfield and Farley, Hants, 1797 ; died 1824, aged 64, 
and was buried at Odiham. 

„ 18. William Filmer, aged 13, son of Rev. Edmund F., Cmndale, 
Kent. 

Captain, 1779-80 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford ; Scholar, 1779 ; B.A. 1783 ; M.A. 1787 ; B.D. 1795 ; Fellow of 
Corpus, 1791 ; Rector of Heyford Purcell, Oxfordshire, 1797. 

„ 21. John Morice, aged 11, son of Rev. Mr. M., rector of All- 
hallows, Bread Street. 
Robert Heslop, aged 14, son of Rev. Thomas H., Redmire, 
Yorkshire. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1779, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. (Fourth Wrangler and First Chancellor's Medallist), 1783 ; 
Members' Prizeman (Mid. Bac.) 1784; (Senior Bac.) 1785; M.A. 
1786 ; Fellow of Sidney. 

Charles Rivington Broughton, aged 11, son of Rev. Mr. 
B., of Hatton Street. 
Mar. 17. John Hepworth, son of Rev. John H., vicar of Graffham, 
Huntingdon. 
Richard Jeffries, aged 12, son of Rev. Edward J., Isleworth. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1781, Trinity College, Cambridge (R Jeffreys); 
B.A. (Senior Op.), 1785 ; M.A. 1802 ; Rector of Throcking, Herts, 
1786 ; died 183U, aged 63. 



160 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1775 

Admitted. 

Mar. 17. William Haig, aged 12, son of Captain Alexander H., 

of Wapping. 
„ 20. William Chapman, aged 8, son of William C, coal metre, 

of the Old Change. 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1774—75 : — 
John Thomas, left 1776-77. 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1779. 

Thomas Porter, left 1777-78. 

John Rowe, left 1775—76. 

Robert Creed, admitted on to the Foundation, November 1 5, 
1776. 

Samuel Watson, left 1775-76. 

James Chichester Maclaurin, left 1783 -S-t. 

Edward Roberts, admitted on to the Foundation, July 12, 
1775. 

Richard Warren, left 1779-80. 

Donald Maclaurin, left 1777-78. 

Samuel Mansfield, admitted on to the Foundation, Sep- 
tember 1, 1775. 

Charles Jenkin, left 1776—77. 

James Hussey. 

He appears as John H. in the Apposition List, 1776, and Joseph H. 
in 1777 ; he left in 1779-80. 

Henry Watkins. 

He appears as Thomas W. in the Apposition List, 1776 ; left 
1777-78. 

Joseph Eyre. 

He appears as Thomas E. in the Apposition List, 1776 ; left 
1778-79. 
Abraham Hayke, left 1775-76. 
Richard Eyre, left 1778-79. 



Mr. Robert Lathropp, Sunryor-Accounfant. 
James Wadeson, Captain. 

Admitted June 30, 1769. 

Apr. 24. John Parsons, aged 12, son of John P., tallow chandler, of 
Gray's Inn Lane, Holborne. 
Stephen Jones, aged 11, son of Giles J., gent, of York 
Buildings, Water Office. 

Began life as a sculptor ; afterwards apprenticed to a printer ; sub- 
sequently Editor of the Whitehall Evening FoH, General Evening Pod, 
Freemcison'x Magazine, European Magazine ; Author of Abridgement of 
Burke's Reflection.'^, 1791, Ahridgement of IVard'a Natural Hiitory, 
1793, History of Poland, 1795, Gray's Poetical ll'orks, V 9S, Daviss' 
Life of Garrick, 1808, Biographia Dramalica, 1812, kc.., kc. 

Samuel Raster, aged 11, son of John R, Hales End, 
Cradlev, Herefordshire. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. Ifll 



Thomas Coleman, aged 13, sou of Thomas C, school 

master. Isle of Thanett. 
Zenas James Talboys, aged 10, son of James T., peruke 

maker, of St. Clement's Danes. 
Edward Roberts aged 12, son of Widow R,., Croydon, Surrey. 

Captain, 1781-S2 ; Campden Exliibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Ejdubitlouer, 1783-87 ; M.B. 1787 ; M.D. 1792. 

John Moulds, aged 10, son of Thomas M., peruke maker, 
of Devereux Court, in the Sti'and. 

John Cay, aged 9, son of John C, citizen and baker, at 
No. 200, White Cross, St. Luke's. 

Robert Cay, aged 8, son of John C, citizen and baker, at 
No. 200, Wiiite Cross, St. Luke's. 

Samuel Mansfield, aged 11, son of Samuel Rishton, 
surgeon, of Chancery Lane. 

John Healey Bluck, son of James B., tallow chandler, at 
No. 48, Bunhill Row. 

Edward Boxley, aged 9, son of Edward B., gent, of High 
liolborne. 

Samuel Rodd, son of Thomas R., of Queen's Head Court, 
Paternoster Row. 

Thomas Walker, aged 12, son of John W., gent, of 
Warwick Court, Holborne. 

Thomas Powell, aged 14, son of William P., of Islington. 

Thomas Clarkson, aged 15. 

Son of Rev. Mr. Clarkson of Wisbech ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 1780 ; 
Sizar of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Gower Exhibitioner, 1779 ; 
B.A. (1st Junior Op.), 1783 ; Members' Prizeman (Mid. Bac), 1784 ; 
(Senior Bau.), 1785 ; M.A. 1786. His Latin Essay Un the Slavery a7id 
Commerce of the Human S2xcics, 2Mrtindarhi the Jfrican, being 
translated and ])ublished, was the first step towards the abolition of tho 
African Slave Trade. He was the author of numerous works and 
pamphlets on the slavery question, including The EMory of the 
Abolition of the Slave Trade, 1808 ; also of The Portraiture of 
Quakerif!m, arid The Public and Private Life of IVilliam Pcnn ; died 
at Playstead, Suffolk, 1840, aged 86, and was buried there. 

„ 13. Thomas Challiner, aged 11, son of Thomas C, gent, of 

Bridewell Precinct. 
John Cudlipp, aged 13, son of Matthew C, surgeon, South- 

molton, Devon. 
George Martin Maber, aged 8, son of Peter M., bay factor, 

of Tobacco Old Court, Gracechurch Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1784, St. John's College. Cambridge; B.A. 
1788 ; M.A. 1794 ; Piector of Merthyr Tydvil, 1795 ; died at Swamsca, 
1844, aged 77. 

Philip Smith, aged 10, son of Philip S., shagreen case- 
maker, of Westmoreland Buildinc^s, Aldersgate Street. 

Joseph James Gosford, aged 10, son of Joseph G. 

Edward Poi>le, aged 11, son of Edward P., gent, of 
Palsgrave's Head Court. 

Thomas Clarke, aged 13, son of Esme C, gent, of Sadlers' 
Hall. 



162 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1775 

Admitted. 

Oct. 13. William Curd, aged 9, son of William C, farmer, Epping, 

Essex. 
Nov. 4. John Williams, aged 10, son of John W., gent, of Mercers' 
Court. 
„ 10. Marshall Spink, aged 12, son of John S., Stairds, 

Yorkshire. 
„ 17. Thomas Daniel Trollope, aged 14, son of Thomas T. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1780, "Wadham College, OiLford ; Scholar, 
1779 ; B.A. 1783 ; M.A. 1786 ; Fellow, 1786. 



1776 



Jan. 26. Augustus Thesiger, aged 7, son of William T., gent, Excise 
Office. 

Of the Excise Office ; Surveyor-General of Customs ; died un- 
married, 1837. 

William Augustus Clarke, aged 9, son of William Augustus 
C, gent, of Clerkenwell Green. 
Feb. 6. Walter White, aged 8, son of James W., broker, of Friday 
Street. 
George Poole, aged 11, son of Edward P., gent, of 

Palsgrave's Head Court, in the Strand. 
William Richards, aged 9, son of William P., parish clerk 
of St. Mary-le-Strand, of Helmet Court, Strand. 

PauUne Exhibitioner, 1784, St. John's College, Oxford ; B.A. 1789. 

Samuel Morin, aged 13, son of Samuel M., merchant, of 

Great Bell Alley, Coleman Street. 
Joseph Eagland, aged 10, son of Joseph E., apothecary and 

man midwife, opposite Chancery Lane, Holborne. 
John Fawcett, aged 8, son of John F., of Craven Buildings, 

Drury Lane. 
John Fawcett born 1769 ; educated at St. Paul's School, and 

apprenticed to a linendraper ; joined a strolling company of players 

under the name of Foote ; acted at Co vent Garden, 1791 ; Acting 

Manager at the Haymarket ; author of several plays and ballets, Obi, 

Pcrousc, The Enchanted Island. 

William Nicholl, aged 10, son of William N., bookseller, of 

St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Charles Etty, aged 13, son of Andrew E., vicar of Selbourn, 

Southampton. 
John Digby Fowell. 

Pauline E.xhibitioner, 1785, Exeter College, Oxford, 1784 ; B.A. 1788. 

„ 23. Joseph Winder, aged 10, son of Joseph W., stock broker, 
of Gray's Inn. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1783, Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Mar. 6. John Gurney, aged 8, son of Joseph G., shorthand writer, 
of Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. 



1776] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. \m 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1775— 7G : — 

Charles Vincent, left 1776-77. 
Louis Turner, left 1776-77. 
James Platell, left 1780-81. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; LL.B. 1790. 

John Parkin. 

He appears as Joseph P. in tlie Apposition List, 1777, left 1781-S2. 

John Tucker, left 1776-77. 



Mr. Nathaniel Hillier, Survey or- Accountant. 
James Wadeson, Captain. 

Admitted June 30, 1769. 
Admitted. 

Mar. 27. Thomas Thompson, aged 9, son of Thomas T., seal 
engraver, of Ave Maria Lane, Ludgate Street. 
Matthew Pearce, aged 12, son of Matthew P., bricklayer, 
of St. John's, Westminster. 
Apr. 27. James Monk, aged 9, son of John M., glaziex-, of Finch 
Lane. 
John Poticary, aged 12, son of ChristoiDher P., watchcase 
maker, of Bridgewater Square. 
May 1. Thomas Turton, aged 10, son of William T., Harley 
Bushes, Amwell, Herts. 
Mark Gregory, aged 10, son of Barnard G., Wax Chandlers' 

Hall. 
James Baddeley, aged 10, son of James B., ironmonger, of 
Golden Lane. 
„ 7. William Parsons, aged 12, son of Samuel P., grocer, of 
Newgate Street. 
Theophilus Browne, aged 12, son of John B., jDenmaker, of 
No. 4, Grange Court, Carey Street. 
„ 14. Nathaniel Altham Cumberlege, fatherless. 
June 11. Francis Keeble, aged 10, son of Samuel K., carver, of the 
Old Change. 
John Frith, aged 12, son of Hannah F., Yorkshire. 
July 10. Thomas Layton, aged 10, son of Henry L., baker, of 
Cartwright Street, Rosemary Lane. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1784, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1787 ; B.A. 1788 ; M.A. 1791 ; Vicar of Chigwell and 
Rector of Theydon Bois, Essex, 1803 ; died 1833, aged 68. 

Thomas Miller, aged 8, son of Rev. Mr. ]\L, of Islington. 
Thomas Owen Upton, aged 7, an orphan, at Mr. Edward 

Upton's, Paternoster Row. 
Richard Charles Perry, aged 9, son of Richard P., of No. 

58, Shoe Lane. 
John Dawson, aged 11, son of Richard D., engraver, of 

Bagnio Court, Newgate Street. 

M 2 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1776 



John Banks, aged 9, son of Samuel B., of Salisbury Court, 

Fleet Street. 
Richard Dawson, a:(ed 9, son of Richard D., engraver, of 

Bagnio Court, Newgate Street. 
John Detlefson, aged 9, son of Mr. D., taylor, of Jackson's 

Court, Blackfryers. 
Gamaliel Hordell, aged 10, sou of Widow H., of Beaufort 

Buildings, Strand. 
William Shergold, aged 10, son of Widow S., at the Sun 

Taverne, Clare Street, Clare Markett. 
Robert Markland Barnard, aged 7, son of Mr. Thomas 

Allen B., citizen and mercer. 

Hon. East India Company's Civil Service ; Master of Mercers' 

Company, 1814-15 ; Surveyor-Accountant of St. Paul's School, 

1815-16 ; died 1814. 

„ 30. George Chilton, aged 10, an orphan, at his uncle's, JSIr. 

John Chilton, attorney-at-law, Tooke's Court, Chancery 

Lane. 

George Larabley, aged 8, son of George L., butcher, at 

No. 26, Bread Street. 

ct. 8. Thomas Hayes, aged 10, son of Thomas H., linen draper, 

of Leather Lane. 
„ 26. John Lockart Barnard, son of John B. 

ov. 5. Richard Hopwood, aged 11, son of Richard H., cheese- 
monger, of Water Lane, Fleet Street. 
„ 15. Joseph Wright, aged 8, son of Joseph W., schoolmaster, of 
Lime Street. 
Robert Creed, aged 17, son of Rebecca C, widow, of 
Bedford Street, Bedford Row. 
„ 22. George Chapman, aged 9, son of Edward C, founder of 
Silver, Fleet Markett. 
John Gilbert, aged 12, son of John G., of Chiswell Street. 
Robert Bingham, aged 10, son of Rev. Mr. B., Bishopstort- 
ford, Herts. 

ProbaLly R. B. of St. Mary Hall, B.A. 1789, wlio matriculated 
April 25, 1785, aged 18, clerici fil. Isaac! Moody de Birchanger. 

Edward Marshall Mitchell (Michell), aged 9, son of Rev. 
Mr. M., Brutton, Somerset. 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1783 ; B.A. 1786. 

ec. 4. Edward Ball, aged 8, son of John B., carpet manufacturer, 

of No. 56, Paternoster Row. 
Richard Draper, aged 0, son of Mrs. D., cheesemonger, of 

Berkley S([uave. 
„ ] 2. William Spilsbury, son of Thomas S., of St. Sepulchre's. 



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1777 

Admiltcd. 

Jan. 20. Samuel Hosmer, aged 10, son of Samuel H., schoolmaster, 
of King's Street, Bloomsbury. 
„ 31. Richard Hosmer, ^ged 9, son of Samuel II., schoolmaster, 
of King's Street, Bloomsbury. 
Feb. 24. William Edward Leadbeater, aged 13, son of John L., 
rector of Thornton, Bucks. 
John Higgins, aged 14, son of — H., gent, Ditcheat, 
Somerset. 

Captain, 1782-83; Pauline Exhibitioner, AVadham College, Oxford; 
B.A. 1786 ; M.A. 17S9. 

Mar. 22. Joshua Ruddock, aged 14, an orphan, with the Rev. Mr. 
Bowen. 

Captain, 1781-82 ; Panline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cnm- 
bridge ; B.A. a4th Wrangler), 1784 ; M.A. 1787 ; Fellow of Trinity ; 
Vicar of Hitchin, Herts ; died 1821. 

Apr. 3. Edward Turton, son of William T., gent, of St. James's 
Street. 
„ 10. Roderick Jones, aged 13, son of Rev. Roderick J., rector 
of Llannerwig, Montgomery. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1776—77 : — 

Thomas Rider, left 1777-78. 

Samuel Pitt, left 1778-79. 

Roderick Jones, admitted on to the Foundation, April 10, 

1777. 
Robert Maclaurin, left 1781-82. 
John Jones, left 1777-78. 



Mr. Nathaniel Newnham, Surveyor-Accountant. 
Stevens Totton, Captcdn. 

Admitted September H, 1768. 

Apr. 15. Francis Edward Say, son of the Rev. Francis S., rector of 
Hatley, Cambridgeshire. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1784, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Sykcs 
Exhibitioner, 1784 ; B.A. 1788 ; M.A 1791 ; Vicar of Upton, Nor- 
folk, 1793 ; Vicar of Piainworth, 1793 ; Vicar of Braughing and of 
Hatfield St. George, Herts, 1795 ; died 1846, aged 83. 

„ 19. Charles Crow. 
Llay 17. Bates Bye, aged 8, son of John B., baker, of Blackfryers, 
„ 27. Samuel Shirt, aged 9, son of Ehzabeth S., widow, of Bow 

Lane, Cheapside. 
„ 28. James Archibald, aged 12, son of James A., victualler, of 
No. 27, Wapping Street, near the Hermitage. 
George Glenny, aged 1 2. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1777 



June 17. Joseph Patten Rose, aged 18, son of Joseph R, ironmonger, 
of Forster Lane. 
Samuel Benge, aged 12, son of Samuel B., upholder, of St. 
Clement's Danes. 
„ 13. Edmond Samuel Elisha, aged 10, son of Clifford E. 
Sept. 2. Frederick Le Cocq, aged 9, son of Frederick L. 

„ 13. James Poole, aged 9, son of Edward P., gent, of Palgrave's 
Head Court, Temple Barr. 
Oct. 6. Thomas Vanhageu, son of Thomas V., of the parish of St. 
Gregory. 
Peter Ashmore, aged 8, son of Peter A., brushmaker, of 

Snow Hill. 
Daniel Asher Alexander, aged 9, son of Daniel A. 
John Henry Andrews, aged 9, son of Thomas A., vintner, 

of Russell Street. 
Edward Broun Nowell, aged 9, son of Edward N., gent, of 
Rood Lane, Fenchurch Street. 
„ 11. William Burleigh, aged 10, son of James B., alderman of 

Cambridge. 
„ 18. John Owen, aged 11, son of Richard O., of Old Street, 
Middlesex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1784, Corpus Cliri.sti College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1784 ; B.A. (3rd Senior Op.), 1788 ; M.A. 1791 ; 
Fellow of Corpus, 1789-94 ; one of the Founders of the British and 
Foreign Bible Society, 1804, and Principal Secretary ; Rector of 
Paglesham, Esse.x, 1808 ; Minister of Park Chapel, Chelsea, and for 
many years Curate of Fulliam, Middlesex ; died 1822, aged 57, and 
was buried at Fulham ; Author of Travels into different Parts of 
£uropa i7i 1791 and 1792, and manj' Sermons and Letters on behalf of 
the Bible Society. 

James Symes, aged 13, son of John S., attorney. 
Ferdinando Morris, son of William M., late of Grosvenor 

Street, at Mr. Ball's, No. 56, Paternoster Row. 
Nov. 1. William Williams, aged 10, son of Mary Liston, at the 

Ship, Ivey Lane. 
James Boulter, son of George B., Kempsey, Worcestershii'e. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1785, Mertnn College, Oxford ; B.A. 1788 ; 
M.A. 1795 ; Probationer Fellow of ilerton, 1789. 

4. Richard Nixon, aged 13, son of Richard N., gent, of No. 

35, Lamb's Conduit Street. 
10. John Welbank, aged 11, nephew of James Farnham, of 

No. 40, Fleet Markett. 
12. James Harrison, aged 11, son of Mary H, widow, of Red 

Lyon Court, Fleet Street. 
10. Thomas Edwards, aged 13, son of Rev. Thomas E., Dover. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1783, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1783-85 ; B.A. (5th Senior Op.), 1786; M.A. 1789. 

Dec. 23. Robert Rees, aged 14, of Featherstone Buildings. 



1778] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 167 



1778 

Admitted. 

Jan. 8. James Evans, aged 7, son of Thomas E., of Paternoster Row. 
„ 28. Richard Heighway, aged 14, son of Richard H., of Tooke's 
Court, Holborne. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1783, Balliol College, Oxford ; B.A. 1786 ; 
M.A. 1789. 
Feb. 2. William Wild, aged 7, son of Robert W., of Blackman 
Street. 
„ 4. Thomas King, aged 12, son of Thomas K., paper banger, of 

Coleman Street. 
„ 12. William Adams, aged 12, son of late — A., Shrewsbury. 
„ 14. John Gretton, aged 9, son of Rev. William G., Littlebury, 
Essex. 
Francis King, aged 11, son of John K,, of York Buildings. 
„ 25. Robert Cooper, aged 15, son of Rev. Robert C, late of 
America. 
Mar. 5. William Fawcett, aged 8, son of John F., musician, of 

Craven Buildings, Drury Lane. 
April 1. Joseph Tidd, aged 9, son of Widow Tidd, collarmaker, of 
Gray's Inn Lane. 
„ 7. Walter Stones Cowperthwaite, aged 10, son of John C, 
broker, of Islington. 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1777—78 : — 

Rhys Gwynn, left 1778-79. 

Edward Leigh, left 1778-79. 

William Say, admitted on to the Foundation, April 17, 

1778. 
Thomas Rees, left 1781-82. 
Robert Rees, admitted on to the Foundation, December 

23, 1777. 

Mr. Charles Newsham Pigott, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Charles Coote, Captain. 

Admitted February 14, 1773. 

Apr. 10. Jeremiah Middleton, aged 10, son of Jane M., of Battersea. 
„ 17. William Thomas Say, aged 12, son of Rev. Francis S., 
rector of Hatley, Cambridgeshire. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1793 ; Vicar of Eainlnin, 
Essex, 1812; of Amwell with 'Hoddesden, Herts, 1821 ; died 1826, 
aged 60. 

Richard Garthony, aged 8, son of Joseph G. 

Benjamin Symonds, aged 12, son of Rev. Benjamin S., of 

Wilderness Row, near the Charterhouse. 
May 8. EdAvard Longley, aged 7, son of — L., of Southampton 

Street, Strand. 



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May 22. George Thesic^er, aged 8, son of John Andrew T., of the 
Excise Office. 

A Major in the Army, Deputy Barrack-Master-General for Canada ; 
died at Quebec, August ISli. 

James Simpkinson, aged 11, son of Roger S., silversmith, 
of Fleet Street. 

Queen's College, Oxford (May 30, 1786) ; B.A. 1790 ; IiLA. 1793. 
John Frith, aged 13, son of Thomas F., perukemaker, of 

the Inner Temple. 
James Webb, aged 9, son of James W., of the parish of 

St. Bartholomew-the-Less. 
William Middleton, aged 13, son of Nicholas M., stationer, 
near Norfolk Street, Strand. 
June 2G. Thomas Lowndes, aged 13, son of Thomas L., bookseller, 

of Fleet Street. 
July 1, Gustavus Matthias Hippisley, aged 12, son of Thomas H., 
gent, Bath. 

Sou of Rohert (? Thomas) H., of Staunton, Wilts; married Ellen, 
daughter of Thomas Fitzgerald, Knight of Glyn ; died 1831. 

John Cornish, aged 11, son of the late John Dixey C, 

bricklayer, of St. Ann's, Blackfryers. 
James Chapman, aged 15, son of Joseph C, clerk, Dalling- 

worth, Gloucester. 
Samuel Augiistine Webbe, aged 9. 
„ 20. George Warcup Malim, aged 12, son of Eev. George Pasley 

M., Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire. 

Queen's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1789 ; M.A. 1792 ; Vicar of 
Higham Ferrers, and Rector of Irthingborough, Nortliampton, 1802 ; 
died 1830. 

„ 21. John Williams, aged 11, son of W^alter W., attorney- at-Iaw, 

of Apothecarys Hall. 
„ 31. George Marsden, aged 12, son of John M., cotton dealer, 
of Dowgate Hill. 
George Holah, aged S, son of Robert H., grocer, Maidstone, 

Kent. 
George Matthe\\ s, aged 12, son of William M., watchmaker, 

of Red Lyon Street, Clerkenwell. 
William Daniel, aged 13, son of Joseph D., lace dealer, of 
Aldersgate Street. 
Aug. l-i. William Howard, aged 10, son of William H., coal merchant, 
of Wallum Green. 
„ 21. Williim Peirce Nethersole, aged 11, son of Widow N., 
tallow chandler, of the Strand. 
Sept. 9. Francis Badgley, aged 11, son of William B., taylor, of 
No. 138, High Holborne. 
Joseph Smith, aged 9, son of Simon S., innkeeper, Stokesly, 

Yorkshire; at Mr. Suowden's, 1, King's Road. 
James Reeves, aiied 10, son of James R., of Long Acre. 
„ 23. Thomas Spilsbury, aged 8, son of Thomas S., printer, of 
Snow Hill. 



I77S] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 169 

Admitted. 

Sept. 25. James NeAvman, aged 11, son of John N., gent, of tlie 

parish of St. Sepulchre's. 
John Bridges Jewell, aged 11, son of John J., of the jDarish 

of St. John-the-Baptist. 
Oct. 30. Henry Hudson, aged 13, son of Widow H., of the Borough. 
Nov. 4. William Pugh, aged 12, son of Rev. Hugh P., Barnes. 

Campdeu Exliihitioner, 1784, Trinity Collpge, Cambridge ; Perry 
E.xliibitioner, 1787-94; Scholar, 1787; B.A. 1789; M.A. 1792; 
Fellow of Trinity, 1790-1825 ; Senior Fellicw, 1817 ; Vicar of 
Bottisliam, Bucks. 

John Martin Rouseau, aged 8, son of the late John R., 
dancing master, of Hart Street, Bloomsbury ; at Mr. 
Davis's, 64, Lamb's Conduit Street. 
„ 20. Alexander Davis, aged 9, son of William D., carpenter, of 
Cateaton Street. 
(Edward) Clarke, aged 9, son of — C, stationei', of Portugal 
Street. 
„ 27. Thomas Hyde, aged 8, son of Thomas H., stock broker, of 
the Circus, Minories. 

1779 

Jan. 25. Benjamin Smith, aged 11, son of Benjamin S., of Leadenhall 

Markett. 
Feb. 11. Henry Smith, aged 10, son of Henry S., currier, of Houghton 
Street, Clare Markett. 
John Auber, aged 13, son of James A., weaver, of Spittal 
Square. 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1787 ; M.A. 1791. 
James Taylor, aged 11, son of James T., apothecary, of 

Red Lyon Street, Holboi-ne. 
Thomas Dudley Fosbrooke, aged 9, son of William F., 
(deceased), of the parish of St. John's, Clerkenwell. 

Pauline Exhibition, 1786, Pembroke College, Oxford; B.A. 1789; 
M.A. 1792 ; F.A.S. 1799 ; Vicar of Walford, Herefordshire; author 
of Economy (f Alonastic Life, a Pvcm (1796) ; British Monachism 
(1802); Ev'tory of the County of Gloucester: Encydopadia oj An- 
tiquities; Alridijinc'iit of Whitby's Commentary on the Ke^o Teftament 
(1814) ; History'of the City of Gloucester (1819) ; Extracts of Smith's 
Lives of the Bcrhelcys ; Aricomnsia (1821). 

George Morris, aged 9, son of Thomas M., of St. Paul's 

Churchyard. 
Francis Walch, aged 8, son of Francis W., of Plow Court, 

Fetter Lane. 
Edward Fawcett Allen, aged 10, son of William A., grocer, 

of Rood Lane. 
„ 26. Edward Clarke, aged 9, son of Edward C, of No. 44, 

Ludgate Hill. 
Mar. 12. John Fosbrooke, aged 8. 

Peter Radley Jackson, aged 11, son of Owen J., Tentcrden, 

Kent. 
Charles Waller, aoed 11, son of Charles W. 



170 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1779 

Admitted. 

Mar. 12. George Norton, aged 12, son-in-law of Esme Clarke, clerk 

to the Sadlers' Company. 
April 1. Robert Carter, aged 13, sou of Robert C, of Rosemary 
Lane, White Chapel. 
George Smith, aged 9, son of John S. 
„ 13. Samuel Allen, aged 9, son of John A., of Love Lane, 
Aldermanbury. 
John Arndell, aged 7, son of Thomas A., apothecary, of 

St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
Joseph Towers, aged 10, son of Rev. John T., of Jewin 

Street. 
Thomas Fortune, aged 8, son of — F., gent, of Smithfield. 
Richard Michel!, son of John M., Totness. 

"Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar, 1784 ; B.A. 1788 ; M.A. 1793 ; 
B.D. 1804 ; D.D. 1811 ; Fellow (1793) and Tutor of Wadham ; Eector 
of Fryerning, Essex, 1811-26. 

William Lindeman, aged 11, son of William L., stockbroker, 

of Walworth, Surrey. 
Jabez Fisher, aged 7, son of Robert F., at No. 14, St. Ann's 
Lane, Aldersgate. 
Among the presentations is found John Eawlin Thurgar, April 13, 1779, and his 
name is found in the School List, Apposition 1781. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1778-79: — 

R. Mitchell, admitted on to the Foundation, April 13, 1779. 
T. Walter, left 1779-80. 
Charles Waller, left 1781-82. 
John Eyre. 

Probably he is John Eyre Coote, admitted on to the Foundation, 
July 7, 1779. 

Mr. Benjamin Porter, Surveyor-Accountant. 
William Filmer, Captain. 

Admitted January 18, 1775. 

May 7. John Thomas, aged 11, son of William T., of Cursitor 
Street, Chancery Lane. 

J. T., born at Carne in Montgomeryshire ; was admitted Clerk of 
AVadham College, Oxford, 1789, aged 21 ; B.A. 1790 ; M.A. 1793. 

Thomas Lee, aged 9, son of George L., attorney at law, of 

Queen Street. 
John Chambers, aged 9, an oi-phan, living at Mrs. Wel- 

bank's, at No. 7, Hadden Street, Swallow Street. 
June 24. Samuel Marriott, aged 11, son of Samuel M., vintner, of 

Cateaton Street. 
Edgar Hickman, aged 13, son of Joseph H., optician, of 

Fetter Lane. 
Thomas Fortune, aged 8, son of — F., of Smithfield. 
July 5. John Clarkson, aged 9, son of William C, of Bridewell 

Precinct. 



1779] SCHOLAES OF ST. PAULS SCHOOL. 171 

Admitted. 

July 5. James Wadman Alexander, aged 13, son of Kev. John A., 
vicar of Rickmansworth, Herts. 

Captain, 1785-86 ; Pauline Exliibitioner, Trinity College, Oxford, 
April 11, 1785; B.A. 1789; M.A. 1791 ; B.D. 1799; Scholar and 
Fellow of Trinity. 

„ 7. John Eyre Coote, aged 10, son of John C, bookseller, of 

Red Lyon Street, Clerkenwell. 
„ 8. Thomas Coulson Carpenter, aged 8, son of Widow C, at 

No. 82, White Cross Street. 
„ 20. James Adlard, aged 11, son of William A., printer, of 
Salisbury Court, Fleet Street. 
Aug. 11. John Day Blaker (Blake), aged 8, son of Robert B., gent, 

of Cook's Court, Carey Street. 
Sept. 9. Richard Bazing, aged 11, son of William B., innholder, of 
Fleet Street. 
Thomas George Ingall, aged 7, son of Thomas I., gent, of 
the Old Bailey. 
Oct. 22. John Pike, aged 8, son of Ann P., widow, of the Hay- 
market. 
Thomas Lowe, aged 9, son of Thomas L., jiacker, of St. 

Hellen's. 
Richard Smith, aged 13, son of Thomas S., of Goswell 
Street. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1785, Trinity College, Cambridge (sizar) ; 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1787-1794 ; Scholar, 1788 ; B.A. (11th Wrangler), 
1789 ; M.A. 1792 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1791-1804 ; Junior Dean, 
1798, 1800-1 ; Rector of Sutton, Sussex, 1806 ; of Bignor, 1826 ; 
died 1848, aged 82. 

„ 29. Thomas Jackson, aged 9, son of Joseph J., apothecary, 
Rochford, Essex. 
Henry Jaques, aged 11, son of William J., victualler, of 

the George and Blue Boar. 
Christopher Ibberson, aged 11, son of Christopher I., 
victualler, at the Blue Boar, Holborne. 
Nov. 12. William RadclifF, aged 15, son of William R., haber- 
dasher, of Holborne. 

Probably of Oriel College, Oxford; B.A. 1785. 

1780 

Jan. C. Robert Porteus, aged 8, son of Robert P., woollen draper, 
Holborne. 

Nephew of Bishop Porteus, Pauline Exhibitioner, 1787 ; Christ's 
College, Cambridge, April 12, 1786 ; B.A. 1790 ; M.A. 1793 ; 
Prebendary of St. Paul's, 1797. 

John Crabtree, aged 10, son of John C, tallow merchant, 

of Aldersgate Street. 
William Cleaver, aged 9, son of William C, at No. 12, 

Milk Street ; with his grandfather there. 
William Chapman, aged 7, son of William C, vintner, of 

Water Lane, Black Fryers. 



172 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



[17S0 



Admitted. 

Jan. 6. Thomas Buss, aged 13, son of Tlionias B., chandler, of 
Kensington. 
„ 28. Kobert Glover, aged 12, son of William G., supervisor of 
Excise, of Union Court, Holborne. 
John Benjamin Varle}^ aged 10, son of Benjamin V., coffee- 
man, of St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
Feb. 25. Robert Benjamin Longiey, aged 14, son of Robert L., 

apothecarj^, of Old Broad Street. 
March 2. Thomas Thomas, aged 12, son of Widow Sarah T., of St. 
Dunstan's-in-the-West. 
William PaiTell, aged 14, son of Stephen P., rope maker, 
Deptford. 
,. 3. Thomas West, aged 14, son of Thomas W., apothecary, 

Bath. 
„ 4. George Charles Carr, aged 8, son of Philip C, peruke 

maker, of Devereux Court, 
„ 23. George Lister, aged 11, son of George L., pocketbook 
maker, of the Old Bailey. 

Probably of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; LL.B. 1793. 

John Rutter, aged 10, son of Thomas R., of Newgate 

Street. 
Thomas Marriott Bardin, aged 11, .^on of William B., 

globe maker, of Flying Horse Court. 
April 6. George Weller, aged 12, son of George W., coachmaker, of 

Fenchurch Strreet. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1779-80 : — 

Peter Grant, left 1781-82. 
Samuel Wright Pyman, left 1781-82. 
Charles Lyell, left 1781-82. 
George Ware, left 1780-81. 
Thomas Durnford, left 1782-83. 



Me. Philip Chauncy, Survey or- Accountant. 
Joshua Ruddock, Captain. 

Admitted March 22, 1777. 

Apr. 11. William Ailing, aged 11, at Mr. Hughes, Red Lyon Court, 
Watling Street. 
., 17. John Davis (Davies), aged 12, son of John D., of Holborne. 

C:im]iclen Exhibitioner, 1785, Trinity College, Cambridrfe ; Perry 
Exliibitioner, 1787-94 ; Scholar, 17S7 ; B.A. (12th Wrangler), 1789 ; 
M.A. 1792 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1791-99 ; Rector of Glorston, 1802 ; 
Rector of Stanton Wyville, 1820 ; died 1847, aged 81. 

,, 28. Joseph Daniel, aged 9, son of Joseph D., laceman, of 
Newgate Street. 
Thomas Rutter, aged 8, son of Thomas R., tobacconist, of 
Newgate Street. 



i/So] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 173 

Admillcd. 

Apr. 28. William Pollard, aged 11, son of Stephen P., taylor, of St. 
Clement's Lane, Strand. 
(William) Clark (Clarke). 
May 9. James Spyers, aged 11, nephew of James Spyers, of 
Cheapside. 
„ 10. John Buxton, aged 8, son of John B., gent, of St. Mary 

Magdalen, Bermoadsea. 
„ 11. George Brookes, aged 8, son of John B., haberdasher, of 

Maiden Lane, Wood Street. 
„ 2G. Thomas Stradling Richards, aged 11, son of Tliomas R., 
schoolmaster, of Charlotte Street, Rathboue Place. 
June 8. William Farrant, aged 8, son of John F., of Tavistock 
Street, Covent Garden. 
„ 14. Thomas Large, aged 11, son of Thomas L., of Shoe Lane. 
„ 20. Henry Thompson, aged 9, son of Thomas T., printer, of 
George Street, Blackfryers. 
Thomas Thompson, aged 8, son of Thomas T., printer, of 

George Street, Blackfryers. 
William Lumley, aged 8, son of the late Bartholomew L., 
ironmonger, of Wood Street ; at John Green, 1, Monk- 
well Street. 
John Longley, aged 10, son of Robert L., apothecary, of 

Broad Street. 
David Wood, aged 9, son of Thomas W., carpenter, of 

Wood's Row, ClerkenwelL 
Robert Harrison, aged 9, son of Robert H., gent, of No. 7, 
Bell's Buildings, Salisbury Court, Fleet Street. 
July 3. Charles Hanning, aged 9, son of Dr. Charles H., of Fetter 
Lane. 
„ 4. James Evans, aged 10, son of Thomas E., bookseller, of 
Paternoster Row. 
6. William Roberts, aged 13, son of William R., gent, of 
Wandswflrth. 

Kephew of the High Master ; Captain, 1783-85 ; Pauline Exhi- 
bitioner, 1785; Pembroke College, Cambridge, July 6, 1784; B.A. 
(SeniorOp.), 1788; M.A. 1791 ; called to the Bar (Gray's Inn); F.A.S. ; 
Editor of the Looker On, 1794. But possibly some of the above facts 
belong to W. Roberts, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge. 

„ 7. William Tucker, aged 10, son of Jane T., haberdasher, of 

No. 36, Holborne. 
„ 14. George Peck, aged 13, son of John P., grocer, of the Strand. 
„ 21. John Ward, aged 16, son of John W., Tarston Hall, Suffolk. 
„ 29. John Scott, aged 11, son of Walter S., minister of Low- 

layton, Essex. 
John Scott, aged 12, son of Walter S. (deceased). 
„ 31. James Hunt, aged 8, son of James H., gent, of Hoxton. 
Aug. 19. William Merryman, aged 13, son of Dr. Samuel M., M.D., 

of Queen Street, May Fair. 
„ 30. William Hurst, aged 12, son of Timothy H., merchant, of 

Holborne. 



174 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [17S0 

Admitted. 

Sept. 12. William Jobbins, aged 11, son of John J., an ofiScer in 
tbe Customs, of Paul's Chain. 
„ 29. William Guy, aged 11, son of William G., late of Moorfields 
(deceased). 
John Slater, aged 9, son of William S., apothecary, of St. 

Botolph, Aldersgate. 
George Illman, aged 11, son of George I., victualler, of St. 
Leonard, Shoreditch. 
Oct. 2. Robert Slater Stevenson, aged 10, son of Adam S., watch- 
maker, of Little Newport Street. 
„ 5. Samuel Swinnerton, aged 9, son of Samuel S., vintner, of 
Monkwell Street. 
Nov. 29. James Johnson, aged 11, son of Anthony J., plaisterer, of 
Monkwell Street. 
James Robertson, aged 11, son of Alexander R., hair 
dresser, St. George's Road, Blackfryers Bridge. 
Dec 8. Charles Spilsbury, aged 8, son of Thomas S., printer, of 
Snow Hill. 
Thomas Hogsflesh, aged 10, son of Thomas H., baker, of 
Coleman Street. 
„ 11. George Silk, aged 14, son of Thomas S., cabinet maker, of 

St. Paul's Churchyard. 
„ 18. John Saunders, aged 11, an orphan, at Betterton, Wantage, 

Berks. 
„ 23. Samuel Barnard, aged 9, son of Thomas Allen B., citizen 
and mercer. 

Proceeded to Guy's Hospital (under John Hunter) ; entered the 
army as Surgeon, and served in Heligoland aud North America ; died, 
as Surgeon of 98th Regiment, about 1830. 

1781 

Jan. 6. Samuel Taylor, aged 8, son of John T., silk dyer, of 

Swallow Street. 
Feb. 2. William O'Brien, aged 9, son of William O'B., of Barber's 
Street, Great St. Mary-le-Bon. 
„ 17. Thomas Henry Luspy, aged 13, an orphan, under the care 
of his uncle, Mr. Cormick, Chelsea. 
Mar. 3. Henry Burrows, aged 9, son of Rev. John B., of Great 
Russell Street. 
„ 8. James Fawcett, aged 8, son of John F., musician, of Craven 

Buildings, Strand. 
,, 24. William Browne, aged 9, son of Alexander B., peruke 
maker, of Chancery Lane. 
Thomas Bridges, aged 9, son of Thomas B., vintner, of the 
Strand. 
„ 30. William Augustus Rees, aged 9, son of David R., attorney- 
at-law, of Featherston Buildings, Holborne. 
James Robinson, son of Mrs. R., housekeeper to the Royal 
Society, Fleet Street. 



I78i] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 175 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1780—81 : — 

James Rossetter, left 1783—84. 
Thomas Grant, left 1781-82. 
Thomas Pagett, left 1781-82. 
John Riley, left 1782-83. 



Mr. Samuel Totton, Survey or- Accmcntant. 
Edward Roberts, Captain. 

Admitted July 12, 1775. 
Admitted. 

Apr. 27. John Lambley, aged 10, son of George L., salesman, of No. 

129, Cripplegate Church. 
Daniel Whitehead, aged 10, son of John W., M.D., of the 

City of London. 
Henry Hurle, aged 9, son of Henry H., surveyor, of Garlick 

Hill. 
Moses Laporte Merac, aged 7, son of Moses M., merchant, 

of Hackney. 
Samuel Harton, aged 10, son of William H., farmer, 

late of Uxbridge. 
George Cappex', aged 12, son of — C. 

G. C, son of Francis Capper, of Earl Sotani, Suffolk, from Bury 
School was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge, aged 15, December 
19, 1783 ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1789 ; M.A. 1792 ; Fellow of Trinity, 
1791-95 ; Rector of Blakenham Parva, Suffolk, 1793 ; of Eastwick, 
Suffolk, 1803 ; of Wherstead, 1815 ; died 1847, aged 80. 

May 1. John Miers Letsom, aged 9, son of John Cokely L., M.D., 
of Basinghall Street. 
Captain, 1790-91. 
„ 19. Samuel Pushee, aged 8, son of John P., glazier, of Camomile 
Street. 
Thomas EdM^rd Richard Kimpton, aged 11, son of Edward 
K., curate of St. Matthew's, Bethnal Green. 
„ 25. Edward Perryn, aged 9, son of Edward P., laborer, Erith, 

Kent. 
,, 26. George Porter, aged 11, son of John P., of Dean's Court, 

St. Martin's-le-Grand. 
„ 30. Thomas Willis, aged 14, son of Thomas W., shoemaker, 
Kirkeswald, Cumberland. 
June 29. John Hetherington, aged 10, son of John H., army clothier, 
of Buckingham Street, Strand. 
Mellor Hetherington, aged 8, son of John H., army clothier, 

of Buckingham Street, Strand. 
Samuel Devis Barker, aged 8, son of John B., printer, of 

Blackfryers. 
John De Laval Hooper, aged 8, son of John H., gent, of 

Guildhall. 
John Turner Smith, aged 10. 



176 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1781 

Admitti'd. 

July 3. George Hiort, aged 13, son of Nicholas H., taylor, of Lisle 
Street, Solio. 
„ 11. Thomas Whittingham Griffith, son of James G., of Bread 
Street, Cheapside. 
William Barker, aged 11, son of John B., taylor, of Craven 
Buildings, Strand. 
., 13. Jonathan Sills, aged 10, son of Jonathan S., of Upper 

Thames Street. 
,, 31. Charnock Gladwin Greenwood, aged 10, son of John G., 
artist, of Little Queen Street, Holborne. 
John Wood, aged 12, son of John W., mason, of St. 
Andrew's Hill. 
Aug. 1. John Campbell, aged 10, son of John C, hair dresser, at 
No. 4, Fleet Markett. 
Jonathan Hervey Hurst, aged 10, son of Timothy H., gent, 
of Gravel Street, Hattou Garden. 
Sept. 7. Benjamin Bumstead, aged 10, son of Benjamin B., under- 
taker, of Angel Court, Snow Hill. 
Oct. 4. Edward Theodore Hooper, aged 7, son of John H., gent, 
of Guildhall. 
„ 13. Charles Sheene, aged 9. 

„ 30. William Bandy Shaw, aged 11, son of James Hayward, 
attorne}', of No. 4, Furnival's Inn Court. 
Nov. 23. Daniel McKinlay, aged 9, son of John McK., farmer, of 
Bay es water. 



1782 

Jan. 5. Samuel Pike Livermore, aged 7, son of Esra L., watchmaker, 
of No. 10, Exchange Alley. 
William Wood, aged 10, son of Widow W., at Mr. Salmon's, 
in Brook Street, Holborne. 
„ 14. Thomas Langston, aged 7, son of Stephen L., of Watling 
Street. 
Feb. 12. John Buckett, aged 8, son of James B., victualler, of Garlick 
Hill. 
George Taylor, aged 12, son of George T., gent, of Ely 
Place. 

Possibly George T., who entered Christ Church, Oxford, as a "West- 
minster Student, 1789; B.A. 1793. 

Charles Ustonson, aged 7, son of Onesimus U. 
John Tripcony, aged 11, son of Matthew T. 
„ 14. George Frederick Webb, aged 8, son of Samuel W., musician, 

of Holborne. 
„ 20. William Adlard, aged 9, son of William A., printer, of 
Salisbury Court. 
25. Thomas Allen, aged 8, son of John A., callendar, of Love 
Lane, Aldermnnburv. 



1782] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 177 



Adviitlcd. 



Mar. 1.5. Robert Fisher, aged 7, son of Robert F., attorney -at-law, 
of St. Ann's Lane. 



00 



27, 



Matthew Tripcony, aged 10, son of Matthew T. 
Isaac Buxton, aged 9, son of John B., gent, of Blackfryers. 
April 9. Thomas Sabine, aged 12, son of Thomas S., printer, of No. 

81, Shoe Lane. • 
John Gregory, aged 10, son of Joshua G., clieesemonger, of 

Fore Street. 
John Fletcher, aged 12, son of Rev. Richard F., rector of 

High Halstow and St. Mary's in the Hundred of Hoo, 

near Rochester, Kent. 
„ 11. Edward Jones, aged 8, son of John J., of Mitchell Street, 

Old Street. 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1781-82 : — 

Charles Lyell, left 1782-83. 

Joseph Clarke ; he appears as Josias C. in 1783 AjDposition 

List; left 1783-8-i. 
Elias Durnford ; he appears among Foundationers in 1783 

Apposition List as Edward D., admitted on to the 

Foundation May 29, 1784. 
Thomas Oldroyd, left 1782-83. 

Mr. Gurdelston Rolfe, Surveyor-Accountant. 
John Higgins, Captain. 

Admitted February 24, 1777. 

Apr. 26. William Brookes, aged 8, son of John B., warehouseman, 
of Maiden Lane, Wood Street. 
William Moore, aged 7, son of William M., at No. 11, 
Clement's Lane. 
May 3. Thomas Morgan, aged 10, son of Nathaniel M., gent, of 
Norfolk Street. 
„ 10. John Weller, aged 9, son of Richard W., pump maker, of 
Portpool Lane. 
" Philip Allwood." 

This name is not found in the Registers, but the Presentation is found 
in the Presentation Books : it is inserted, therefore, though the name 
is not found in tlie School Lists : he was of Magdnlene College, Cam- 
bridge; B.A. 1791 (5th Senior Op.) ; M.A. 1794; Fellow of Magdalene ; 
S.T.B. 1801 ; author oi Literary Antiquities of Greece, &c. ; died 1838, 
aged 70. 
June 2-i. William Birt, aged 9, son of John B., of Silver Street. 
Wood Street. 

"The School being now repairing the child must be carried to 
Blacksmiths' Hall, near Old Fish Street, about 9 in the morning " 
(note on Presentation). 

Henry Lowndes, aged 10, son of Thomas L., bookseller, of 
Fleet Street. 



178 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1782 

Admittrd. 

June 27. George Cleaver, aged 9, son of William C, haberdasher, of 
No. 12, Milk Street. 
Thomas Wriglit, aged 8, son of the late Thomas W., at 

Mr. Harris's, St. Paul's Churchyard. 
George Stringer, aged 9, son of George S., of Fleure-de-lis 

Court, Fleet Street. 
Duppa Jenkins, aged 11, son of Duppa J., coal merchant, of 
Upper Thames Street. 
July 17. John Thornton, aged 10, an orphan, at Mr. Clarke's, 
No. 16, Furnival's Inn, Holborne. 
William Harris, aged 9, son of the late William H., farmer 

and grazier, Leedenham, near Feversham, Kent. 
Samuel Thomas Custins, aged 10, son of Richard C, 
breeches maker, of Hog Lane, Shoreditch. 
Aug. 1. John Berridge, aged 11, son of Widow B.,oyl shop, of Wood St. 
Robert Berridge, aged 10, son of Widow B., oyl shoj), of 

Wood Street. 
James Berridge, aged 8, son of Widow B., oyl shop, of Wood St. 
John Bowman, aged 12, son of John B., glover, of Alders- 
gate Street. 
William Thomas, aged 11, son of William T., attorney-at- 
law, of Cursiter Street. 
,, 8. James Barton, aged 9, son of William B , school master, of 
the Broad Way, Black Fryers. 
Thomas Edwards, aged 9, son of — , blacksmith, of Elm 
Street, Gray's Inn Lane. 
„ 1.5. William Berrisford, aged 11, son of Thomas B., woollen 

draper, of Fleet Street. 
„ 20. Alexander Finlayson, aged 12, son of Widow Fowler, in 
Narrow Street, Limehouse. 
Sept. 27. Frederick Cole, aged 14, son of Edward C, at Mr. Matthew's, 
chymist, Newgate Street. 
Thomas Edwards, aged 9, son of — , of Gray's Inn Lane. 
Oct. 1. Joseph Howe, aged 10, son of Joseph H., of Rolls Buildings, 
Chancery Lane. 
Stephen Nicholson, aged 9, son of George N., plumber, of 
Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn. 
,, 5. " Charles Edis." 

This name is not found in the Registers, but the Present<ation is found 
in the Presentation Books, and his name occurs iu the Seliool Lists, 
Apposition 1783. 

„ 10. John Samuel Barnes, aged 8, son of George B., of No. 2, 
Little Bell Alley, Coleman Street. 
Nov. 1. Richard Lettice, aged 10, son of Richard L., apothecary, of 
Goswell Street. 
Israel Bull, aged 11, son of Farmer B., attorney-at-law, 
Aylesbury, Bucks. 

Pauline Exliibitioner, 1790, Oriel College, Oxford ; B.A. 1793 ; M.A. 
1797 ; Assistant to the High Master of St. Paul's School, 1806-9 ; in 
Holy Orders. 



1782] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 179 

Admitted. 

Nov. 27. Henrv Cooper, aged 10, son of Samuel C, gent, of the 
Bank. 
Lambert Tate, aged 10, son of Richard T., scrivenor, of the 

parish of Shoreditch. 
Moses Smith, aged 9, son of John S., fishmonger, of Paul's 
Alley, St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Dec. 4. James Patterson (Pattison), aged 11, son of Samuel P., 
turner and toyman. 

Captain, 1786-88 ; (Patterson i.s the correct name) ; Pauline Ex- 
hibitioner, St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1791 ; M.A. 1794. 

„ l-t. Lewis Hoffman, aged 12, son of Lewis H., curate of Morton 
and Aston, near Wallingford, Berks. 



1783 



Jan. 3. Robert Smith, aged 9, son of the late Robert S., innholder, 
of Aldersgate Street. 
Thomas Withers, son of Walter W., of Norton Falgate. 
„ 15. John Ponten, aged 9, son of John P., hatter, of Stanhope 

Street, Clare Markett. 
„ 27. William Townley, aged 9, son of John T., late of Budge 

Row (deceased). 
„ 28. James Goodeson, aged 11, son of Samuel G., at No. 18, Well 
Close Square. 
Henry Richmond, aged 11, son of James R., cooper, of 

Ayliff Street, Goodman's Fields. 
William Clifton, aged 9, son of William C, cabinet maker, 
of No. 7, Bell Savage Yard. 
Feb. 5. William Taylor, aged 13, son of Samuel T., oylman, of 

St. John Street 
Mar. 26. Ebenezer Brig^s, aged 9, son of Samuel B. 

„ 27. John Sharpe, aged 13, son of Rev. John S., Clapham. 

Pauline E.\hibitioner, 1788 ; Trinity College, Oxford, April 23, 1788 ; 
B.A. 1792 ; Scholar of Trinitj' "qui lib. G. Malnisbur. de Keg. Anglia; 
traustulit ex Latin, in Ling. Vemacul." 

John Fleetwood, aged 8, son of John F., watchmaker, of 
Dorrington Street, Coldbath Fields. 

Edward Hubbard, aged 7, son of Edward H., of Ludgate 
Hill. 

Frederick Crab, aged 8, son of Widow C, broker, of Stone- 
cutter Street. 

Thomas Myles, aged 1 0, son of William M., school master, of 
Charles Street, Westminster. 
April 2. Joseph Lewis, aged 9, son of Joseph L., goldsmith, of Foster 
Lane. 



X 2 



180 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1783 



Mr. Peregrine Oust, Surveyor-Accountant. 
William Roberts, Captain. 

Admitted Jiibj 6, 1780. 
Admitted. 

AjDr. 10. Thomas Allen Barnard, aged 8, son of Thomas Allen B. 
citizen and mercer. 

Lieut. R.N. ; wounded in action and became lame in the arm ; 
whereby he was drowned otf Deal by the upsetting of a boat while on 
duty about 1809. 

„ 30. Robert Fitz, aged 11, son of Robert F., gent, of New Inn 
Buildings. 
William Fassett, aged 10, son of Elias D. F., apothecary, of 
Tower Street. 
May 13. Jasper Taylor, aged 10, son of Jasper T., oylman, of 
Holborne. 
Robert Bland, aged 9, son of David B., gent, of St. 

Thomas's, South wark. 
Thomas Alderslade, aged 13, son of Thomas A., victualler, 
of Long Lane, Smithfield. 
„ 30. Pattison Thomas Tinckles, aged 8, son of Pattison T., 
apothecary, of Great Earl Street, Seven Dials. 
Christopher Robinson, aged 9, son of Samuel R., attorney, 

of Clifford's Inn. 
Robert Garner, aged 11, son of Thomas G., watchmaker, of 
No. 3, Foster Lane. 
July 9. Robert Sutcliff, aged 15. 

„ 14. Isaac Manley, aged 11, son of James M., silversmith, of 
Cheapside. 
,, 15. William Skinner, aged 7, son of William S., bookbinder, 
of No. 22, Warwick Lane. 
John Marshall, aged 11, son of John M., cordwainer, of No. 
2, Vine Street. 
„ 21. William Turner, aged 10, son of Williani T., carver and 

gilder, of Snow Hill. 
„ 20. Robert William Elliston, aged 9, son of Dr. E., Master of 
Sidney College, Cambridge. 

Left in 1790, and took to the stage ; began to play at Drury Lane in 
1804 ; Lessee of the Royal Circus (the Surrey Theatre), Astley's 
Pavilion, &c. ; Author of The Venetian Outlaw, 1805. 

Aug. 4. Thomas Clarke, aged 10, son of John C, surgeon, of 
Chancery Lane. 
Charles Wetherell, aged 12, son of Dr. W., Master of 
University College, Oxford. 

Mngdalen College, Oxford; B A. 1790; M.A. 179.3; Demy of 
Magdalen ; resigned 1791, and was called to the Bar, 1794 ; M.P. for 
Shaftesbury, 1818, O.xford (city), 1820-26 ; Knighted and Solicitor- 
General, l'824-2»5 ; created D.C.L. 1834; MP. for Plympton and 
Boroughbriilge, 1830 ; twice Attorney-General, 1826-27, and 1828-29 ; 
Recorder of Bristol during the riots of 1831 ; died 1846. 



1783] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 181 



Admitted. 

Aug. 22. William Eethell, aged 10, son of George B., hosier, of No, 

18, St. Martin's-le-Gvand. 
SejDt. 10. John Duddell, aged 11, son of James D., jeweller, of 
Bartholomew Close. 
Richard Brown, aged 11, son of Mrs. B., widow of Captain 
Richard B., late of 62nd Regiment, Avho lost his life in 
the Service, No. 51, Lamb's Conduit Street. 
George Brown, aged 10, son of Mrs. B., widow of Captain 
Richard B., late of 62nd Regiment, who lost his life in 
the Service, No. 51, Lamb's Conduit Street. 
George Henry Frested, aged 13, son of Richard F., gun- 
maker, of No. 61, Prescot Street, Goodman's Fields. 
Nov. 14. Edward Cuthbert, aged 12, son of Rev. Edward C, Hitchen, 
Herts. 
Jesus College, Cambridge; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1792; M.A. 1795. 

„ 21. Thomas Cox, son of Joseph C, Porter to the Rolls Office, 

of No. 1, Star Court, Chancery Lane. 
„ 28. Samuel Holland, aged 11, son of Jane H., of Kirby Street, 

Hatton Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1788, Worcester College, Oxford ; Scholar ; R.A, 
1792 ; ]\I.A. 1795 ; Fellow ; became a physician and practised in 
London ; M.B. 1796 ; M.D. 1799 ; married Franci.s Erskino, daughter 
of the Lord Chancellor ; was ordained in 1806, and became Rector of 
Poynings, Sussex; Prebendary of Chichester, 1817 ; Precentor, 1825. 

William Bevan, aged 11, fatherless, at Mr. Hemes, No. 38, 

Throgmorton Street. 
John Paul Rowe, aged 9, son of John R., clerk to New 

River Company. 



1784 



Jan. 13. John Hilton "Storks, aged 9, son of Robert S., clothier, of 
Ironmonger Lane. 
Richard Jenne, son of William J., shoemaker, of Little Bell 
Alley, Coleman Street. 
„ 23. Joseph Coward, aged 9, son of Joseph C. (deceased). 

Thomas Stewart Harris, aged 11, son of Widow H., of 
Biggleswade. 
„ 30; William Clarke, aged 13, son of William C, surgeon, of 
Queen Street, May Fail". 
Joseph Price, aged 7, son of Joseph P., surgeon, of 

Quaker's Buildings, Smithfield Barrs. 
James Sabine, aged 11, son of Thomas S., copper-plate 
printer, of No. 81, Shoe Lane. 
Feb. 13. James Oliver, aged 10, son of James Butler O. 

John Jones, aged 11, son of John J., excise officer, of No. 4, 

Cross Court, Drury Lane. 
Richard Coward, aged 8, son of Joseph C. {deceased). 



182 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1784 

Admitted. 

Feb. 13. Joliu Goodman Hawkes, aged 10, son of Thomas H., of 
Deptford, Kent. 
William Edwards, aged 10, son of Widow E., of Fislier 
Street, Red Lyon Square. 
„ 27. James Sherlock, aged 9, son of Samuel S., shoemaker, of 
St. Martin's Laue, Charing Cross. 
George Lawrence Andrews, aged 7, son of George A., gent, 
of Earl Street, Blackfryers. 
Mar. 11. Francis Bishop Wells, aged 10, son of Edmund W., 
spectacle maker, of Fetter Lane. 
„ 20. Elliott Taylor, aged 10, son of Samuel T., hosier, of 
Holborne. 
Apr. 10. John George Denman, aged 12, son of William D., gun- 
maker, of Mansell Street, Goodman's Fields. 
George Frederick Denman, aged 12, son of William D., 

gunmaker, of Mansell Street, Goodman's Fields. 
Benjamin Denman, aged 9, son of William D., gunmaker, 
of Mansell Street, Goodman's Fields. 
„ 19. William Chamberlain, aged 12, son of William C, attorney, 
late of Woollwich Common (deceased). 

Studied under Sir Joshua Rej'uolds aud Opie ; a portrait painter of 
some eminence; exhibited in the Royal Academy, 1794 — 1802; died 
at Hull, July 12, 1807. 

John Spilsbury, aged 7, son of Thomas S., printer, of Snow 

Hill. 
„ 23. John Koostra (Kooystra), aged 7, son of the late Dr. K. 
„ 27. George Hall, aged 13, son of John H., ingraver, of Berwick 

Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1789 ; George "William H., son of John H., 
of Chelsea ; gen. fil. matriculated at Pembroke College, Oxford, aged 
18, November 4, 1788 ; B A. 1792 ; M.A. 1795 ; B.D. 1808 ; D'.D. 
1809 ; Master of Pembroke, 1809-43 ; Vice-Chancellor, 1820. 

Boys, not OQ the Foundation, admitted 1783-84 : — 

Alexander Sidebottom, admitted on to the Foundation, 

November 19, 1784. 
Richard Lomax Martyn, left 1787-88. 
Jeffry (Jeffries) Spranger, left 1786^87. 
Charles Beresford; he is returned on the Foundation in the 

List for 1785 ; left 1786-87. 
John Merac, admitted on to the Foundation, June 2, 

1784. 

Mr. Stevens Totton, Surveyor-Accountant. 
William Roberts, Captain. 

Admitted July 6, 1780. 

„ 28, John Venn, aged 6, son of Thomas V., clerk to Messrs. 
Kendall & Co., Lombard Street. 

Notary, living in 1841, practising in London. 



1784] SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 183 

Admitted. 

Apr. 28. Elkanah Williams, aged 7, at Mr. Boultes, No. 15, Little 
Britain. 
Thornas ilendham, aged 7, son of Thomas M., gent, of 

Southampton Buildings. 
Charles Leftley, aged 13, son of Charles L., grocer, of the 
Strand. 
May 7. Cornelius Leftley, aged 11, son of Charles L., grocer, of the 
Strand. 
John Bay ley, aged 10, son of William B., printer, of 

Leadenhall Street. 
Thomas Bayley, aged 11, son of William B., printer, of 

Leadenhall Street. 
Thomas Stokes, aged 11, son of. Mary S., of Fleet Street. 
„ 12, William Nairne, aged 16, son of Alexander N., late of St, 

Martin's Street, Leicester Fields {deceased). 
„ 18. Samuel Burder, aged 11, son of William B., baker, of Old 
Street Boad. 
John Leese, aged 9, son of John L., gent, of Hoxton 
Square. 

Pauline ExMbitiouer, 1795 ; Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1798 ; 
M.A. 1801. 

„ 20. James Owen, aged 11, son of Kichard 0., jeweller, of 

Helmet Row, Old Street Road. 
„ 24. Thomas Tindel, aged 10, son of John T., shoemaker, of 

Hewit's Court, near St. Martin's Church, Strand. 
„ 25. Wilham Cox, aged 9, son of John C, victualler, of the 

Fleet Market. 
„ 29. Elias Durnford, aged 13, son of Elias D., gent, of Peter's 
Hill. 
June 12. James Morgan, aged 10, son of Morgan M., of London 
Wall. 
William Goodall, son of Edward Vernon G., attorney-at-law, 

of Bath. • 
John Merac, aged 8, son of John M., merchant, of Austin 
Fryers. 
„ 29. Walter Thomas Clerk, aged 9, son of William C, bookseller, 

of Portugal Street. 
„ 30. Richard John Taylor, aged 9, son of Jasper T., oylman, of 
Holborne. 
July 1. William Gray, aged 11, son of Michael G., perfumer, of 
Devonshire Street. 
„ 13. Charles King.sley, aged 9, son of — , clerk in the India 
House, at No. 10, south side of St. Paul's Churchyard. 
„ 22. Lawrence Christian Sallnow, aged 12, son of George S., 
taylor, of St. Catherine's. 
Aug, 7. John Twedale, aged 10, son of John T., of Chapel Row, 
Bedford Row. 
9. John Raincock, aged 11, son of George R., gent, of Great 
Tower Hill. 



184 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAULS SCHOOL. [1784 

Admitted. 

Aug. 16. James Graham, aged 9, son of Dr. Graham. 
Oct. 25. Frederick Jupp, aged 8, son of William J., architect, of 
Nicholas Lane, Lombard Street. 
, 29. John Waller, aged 11, sou of Charles W., Esq., of Wickham, 
Kent. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, 1793 ; Pembroke College, Oxford; B. A. 1796. 
Benjamin Davis, aged 12, son of Elijah D., of Theobald's 

Row. 
Henry Gardner, aged 6, son of Henry G., of St. Clement's 
Danes. 
Nov. 3. George Glaspoll, aged 10, son of John G., of St. Margaret's 
Hill, Borough. 
„ 19. Alexander RadciifF Sidebottom, aged 10, son of Alex- 
ander S. 

Captain, 1791-93; Pauline Exhibitioner; Brasenose College, Oxford; 
B.A. 1797 ; M.A. 1799 ; called to the Bar, Middle Temple, November 
25, 1808 ; of Sloane Street and Lincoln's Inn ; died April 25, 1847, 
aged 73. 

Dec. 7. William Hooper, aged 7, son of John H., gent, of London 
Wall. 
„ 16. James Edward Pownall, aged 9, son of James P., gent, of 
Basing-hall Street. 



1785 

Perrott Fenton, aged 11, son of Perrott F., of Wardrobe 

Court, Doctors' Commons. 
George Cathrow, aged 9, son of Widow C, of Weymouth 

Street, Portland Place. 
Thomas Mallet Hays, aged 13, son of Lieut. Roger Hayes, 

11th Regiment of Dragoons. 
„ 18. James Smith Ratcliff, aged 7, sou of John R., ueedlemaker, 

of Bride's Lane, Fleet Street. 
James Dougles Maxwell, aged 8, son of Charles M., 

apothecary, of Fleet Street. 
Charles William Maxwell, aged 9, son of Charles M., 

apothecary, of Fleet Street. 
Henry Smith, aged 10, son of Henry S., citizen and 

mercer. 
Henry Cox, aged 9, son of Thomas C, vintner, of the 

Mitre Taverne. 
„ 28. Charles Bew, aged 11, son of John B., bookseller, of 

Paternoster Row. 
Henry Hewson, aged 12, son of Thomas H., surveyor, of 

Tuftou Street. 
ih. 4. William Julian, aged 1 2, son of William J., late of Norwich, 

(deceased). 

Pauline Exhibitioner ("W. St. Julian Arabin), 1791 ; Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge ; S^-kes Exhibitioner, 1791 ; B A. (Junior Op.), 
1795 ; Serjeant-at-Law, 1824 ; Judge- Advocate-General ; died 1841. 



1785] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 185 

Admitted. 

Feb. 4. William Carpenter Sirrell, aged 13, son of William 
Carpenter S., gent, of Hereford. 
„ 17. Thomas Lougfoot, aged 8, son of Thomas L., coal metre, 
of Bridge Street, Black fryers. 
William Linley, aged 13, son of Thomas L., musician, of 
Norfolk Street. 

Son of Thomas L. , of Bath, and brother-in-law of R. B. Sheridan, 
with whom he was jiartner in the ownership of Dnuy Lane Tlieatre. 
He died in 1831, bequeathing to Duhvieh College (of which his brother 
had been Fellow) many valuable family portraits by Gainsborough 
and Lawrence— his own among the number, painted when a boy. 

John Tippler, aged 8, son of Robert T., warehouseman, of 

Corbet's Court, Gracechurch Street. 
„ 19. John Hawkins, aged 10, son of Thomas H., gent, of Foster 

Lane. 
„ 2-i. Isaac Hill, aged 11, son of Thomas H., cabinet maker, of 

St. Clement's Danes. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1793 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1791 ; Stock E.xhibitioner, 1792; B.A. (2nd Senior 
Op.) 1795 ; M.A. 1798 ; Assistant to the High Master, St. Paul's School; 
Head Master of the Mercers' School, 1804-40, and chaplain to the 
Mercers' Company ; died 1856 ; Author of Enchiridion Lyriciim. 

„ 25. Samuel Chant, aged 8, son of Jolm C, gent, of Hackney Rd. 
„ 28. Isaac Solly Lowther, aged 8, son of Thomas L., of St. Mary, 

Islington. 
Mar. 7. Robert Mairis, aged 12, sou of Robert M., shoemaker, of 

High Holborne. 
„ 14. Thomas Wilson, aged 12, son of Thomas W., shoemaker, of 

Clement's Lane, Temple Barr. 
„ 16. William Rabson, aged 10, son of Thomas R., hatter., of 

Pall Mall. 
„ 28. Henry Pantin, aged 11, son of Lewis P., goldsmith, of 

No. 36, Southampton Street, Strand. 
Apr. 2. Samuel Bowen, aged 7, son of Samuel B., of Durham Yard, 

West Smithfield. 

Boy admitted not on. the Foundation, 1784—85. 
James Twedie, left 1785-86. 

Mr. Edward Forster, Surveyor- Accountant. 
James Wadman Alexander, Captain. 

Admitted July 5, 1779. 

Apr. 7. Charles William Ward, aged 15. 
Edward Ward, aged 13. 

Captain, 1788-90 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, AVadham College, Oxford ; 
B.A. 1793; M.A. 1799. 

„ 13. Edward Kimpton, aged 9, son of Rev. Edward K. 
Harv-ey Kimpton, aged 10, son of Rev. Edward K. 
William Kimpton, aged 11, son of Rev. Edward K. 



186 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1785 

Admitted. 

Apr. 13. Thomas Moore, aged 13, son of Thomas Moore, stationer, 
Paternoster Row. 
„ 22. Charles WiUiam Aubrey, aged 10, son of Samuel A., coal 
merchant, St. Thomas Apostle. 
William Woollands, aged 9, son of Thomas W., carpenter, 
St. Clement's, Strand. 
May 4. John Suffell, aged 8, son of John S., attorney. 

„ 6. Samuel John Johnson, aged 9, son of Edward J., printer, 
Ludgate Hill. 
Edward Robert Johnson, aged 11, son of Edward J., jDrinter, 
Ludgate Hill. 
,, 9. James Crookshank (Cruikshanks), aged 8, son of Rev. John 
C, of King's College, Cambridge. 
William Crookshank (Cruikshanks), aged 10, son of Rev. 
John C, of King's College, Cambridge. 
„ 10. William Corrock, aged 11, son of William C, robe maker, 

King Street, Cheapside. 
„ 12. John March, aged 11, son of William M., stationer, Ludgate 
Street. 
June 17. John Marsden, aged 9, son of John M., Dowgate Hill. 
„ 24, Charles White, aged 16. 

„ 30. John Angier, aged 16, son of Charles A., gent, Poland St. 
July 5. John Maber, aged 9, son of Peter M., paten maker. Curtain, 
Shoreditch. 
George Scott, aged 11, son of George S. {deceased), of 
Chancery Lane. 
„ 7. Robert Ashby, aged 10, son of Henry A., engraver, Holborn 

Hill. 
„ 8. James Scott, aged 10, son of George S. {deceased), of 

Chancery Lane. 
„ 15. Martin Richmond Hesselmayer, aged 9, son of Anna Maria 

H., widow, Dean Street, Canterbury Square. 
„ 28. William Alsop Thomas, aged 8, son of Mrs. Thomas, Oxford 
Street. 
John Martin Axtell, aged 11, son of John A., printer. Shoe 

Lane. 
William James, aged 12, son of Thomas J., jeweller, St. 

INIartin's-le-Grand. 
Michael Smith, aged 11, son of Rev. Haddon S., Racquet 
Court, Fleet Street. 
Worcester College, Oxford; B.A. 1797; M.A. 1799. 

William John Stephenton, aged 12, son of Andrew S., 

attorney, of Ely Place. 
John Renwiek Humphreys, aged 10, son of John H. 
John Webb, aged 9, son of William W., druggist, of 

Leadenhall Street. 

Captain, 1794-95 ; Pauliue ExhibitioncT, Wadham College, O.xford ; 
B.A. 1798 ; M.A. 1802 ; vicar of St. Mary's, Cardiff, 1821 ; Eector of 
Tretire with Micliaeklmrch, Hereford, 1812 ; died about 1869, 
aged 92. 



1785] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 187 

Admitted. 

July 28. Edmund Gerard South, aged 7, son of Gerard S., of the 

Bank. 
Aug. 5. Samuel James Scourfield, aged 7, son of Henry S., White 
Cross Street. 
„ 17. Samuel Flower, aged 10, son of Dr. Flower, physician. 
High gate. • 
Henry Flower, aged 11, son of Dr. Flower, physician, 
Highgate. 
„ 24. Thomas Rowe, aged 11, Wellington, Somersetshire. 
Sept. 9. John Darby, aged 10. 

,, 14. Edward Beacon Cannon, aged 11, son of Edward C, gent, 

of Compton Street, Soho. 
,, 20. James Barclay, aged 10, son of James B., ironmonger, Fleet 

Street. 
„ 26. Joseph Collison, aged 11, son of John C, gent, Fleet 

Market. 
„ 28. John Martin, aged 14, son of Thomas M., mealman. East 
Moulsey. 
Oct. 1. Robert Falkerner (Falkner), aged 11, son of Robert F., 
music master, Coppice Row. Clerkenwell. 
„ 13. Wilham Charles Todd, aged 11, son of Thomas T., peruke 

maker. Fleet Street. 
„ 15. William Sophia Cahnac, aged 10, son of John C, apothecary, 

Pi'imrose Street. 
„ 18. John Lindeman, aged 10, son of Elizabeth L., Labour-in- 
Vain Hill. 
Nov. 14. Thomas Sandford, aged 9, fatherless, Rolls Buildings, 

Fetter Lane. 
Dec. 1. William Allen, aged 11, Shoe Lane 
„ 16. George Pope, aged 9. 



1786 

Jan. 27. James Herriott, aged 12, son of James H., Georgia. 

Joseph James Johnson, aged 10, son of George J., gent, 

Lewisham. 
Henry Todd, son of Thomas T., peruke maker, Fleet 
Street. 
Feb. 3. Joseph Hawkins, aged 9, son of Joseph H., printer, Shire 
Lane. 
„ 17. John Chambers, aged 11, son of John C, gent, of St. 

John Street. 
„ 23. Edward Sharp, aged 9, son of William S., taylor, 
Cambridge. 
John Mann Rouse, aged 8, son of Benjamin R., gent, of 

Snow Hill. 
John Charles Denham, aged 7, son of James D., merchant, 
of Salisbury Square. 



188 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1786 

Admitted. 

Feb. 23. William Durham, aged 10, son of Thomas D., bookseller, 
Charing Cr(jss. 

W. A. Campbell Durham, Pauline Exbibitiouer, 1795; Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge (Sizar and Scbolar), 1796 ; Svkes Exhibitioner, 
1794; Siok Exhibitioner, 1798; B.A. 1799; M.A. 1809; Assistant 
to High Master, St. Paul's Scliool ; Chaplain, 1806 ; Surmaster, 1823 ; 
retired, 1838 ; Rector of St. Matthew's, Friday Street, 1837-57 ; died 
January 26, 1857, aged 81. 

Robert Durham, aged 9, son of Thomas D., bookseller, 
Charing Cross. 
Mar. 23. James Cooper, aged 11, son of "William C, Skefington 
Hall, Leicestershire. 

Stephen Richards, aged 9, son of Stephen R., stationer, of 
Chancery Lane. 

Richard Greenaway, aged 8, son of Daniel G., of West- 
minster, near the Bridge. 
„ 31. Joseph Bond, aged 9, son of Joseph B., wine cooper, of 
Drury Lane. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1785-86 : — 

John Whitaker, left 1787-88. 
William Holdsvvorth, left 1786-87. 



Me. Thomas Furley Foester, Surveyor-Accountant. 
James Pattison (Patterson), Captain. 

Admitted December 4, 1782. 

May 9. William Hunn, aged 10, son of William H., of Clement's 

Lane, Clare Market. 
Peter William Maber, aged 11, son of Peter M., bay factor, 

of Cornhill. 
Joseph Hallett Batten, aged 8, son of Joseph B., dissenting 

minister. 

Son of Joseph B., of Penzance, Cornwall, admitted to Trinity 

College, Cambridge, November 11, 1794 ; Scholar, 1797 ; B.A. (3rd 

Wrangler) 1799 ; M.A. 1802 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1791-1808 ; D.D. 

1815 ; Principal of Haileybury College ; Kector of Beesby with 

Gretford, Lincoln, 1810 ; died 1837. 

Thomas Flower, aged 8, son of Elizabeth F., Gracechurch 

Street. 
John Backhoffner, aged 9, son of Mary H., Great Russell 

Street, Bloomsbury. 
Charles Symonds, aged 11, son of Thomas S., silversmith, 

of Fleet Street. 
Thomas Bayley, aged 11, son of Edward B., ironmonger, 

CoAv Lane, West Smithfield. 
William Whieldon, aged 11, son of Thomas W., grocer, of 

Drury Lane. 
Kenwrick (Kenwark, Kendrick) Andrews, aged 10, son of 

Kenwrick A., of Charles Square, Hoxton, 



1786] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 189 

Admitted. 

May 30. George Scott, aged 9, sou of Charles S., coach master, of 

Spittal Fields. 
June 29. Paul Postan, aged 8, son of Paul P., auctioneei", of Aldersgate 
Street. 
James Hemsley, aged 9, son of William H., engraver, of 
Forster Lane. 
,, 30. William Hawe Unite, aged 7, son of Richard U., refiner, 
of Salisbury Street. 
July 6. James Wilson, aged 7, son of Widow W., St. Mary Hill. 
„ 7. William Robinson, aged 9, son of James R., surveyor, of 
Old Street Rnad. 

Admitted Attorney, afterwards called to the Bar (Middle Temple) ; 
F.S.A. ; LL.D. of King's College, Aberdeen; D.L. for Middlesex, 
and J. P. for Middlesex, Essex, and Herts ; died 1848, buried at 
Tottenham. 

„ 17. John Bewley, aged 10, son of John B., painter, of Bishops- 
gate Street. 
Henry Hart Simpson, aged 11, son of Joseph S., of 
Warwick Court, Holborne. 
„ 27. Walter Bell, aged 13, Black Fryers Church Yard. 
Aug. 2. Josiah Bullock, aged 11, son of Rev. John B., vicar of 
Boreham, Essex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1793, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1793 ; but did not graduate. 

Thomas Barron, aged 8, son of Robert B., brass founder, 

of Hoxton. 
„ 3. Stephen Challen, aged 12, son of Stephen C, gent, Char- 

monbury, Sussex. 
„ 5. James Speare, aged 12, son of James S., Dean Street, 

Solio. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1793, Clare Hall, Cambridge (Sizar) ; B.A. (12th 
Senior Op.) 1797 ; M.A. 1800 ; Fellow of Clare ; Rector of Elmsett, 
Suffolk, 1817 ; died 1850, aged 76. 

„ 8. Robert Watson, aged 8, son of John W., gent, Ply- 
mouth. 
Sept. 26. John Cressey, aged 8, son of John C, copper smith, of 
White Chapel. 
James White, aged 13, son of James W., ironmonger, of 
Holborne. 

„ 28. George Owles, aged 9, son of George O., of Flour-de-Leuce 
Court, Fleet Street. 

„ 30. Henry Baber, aged 11, son of Thomas B., of New Ormond 
Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1795 ; (Henry Harvey [Hervey] B.) son of 
Thomas B., of Slingsby, York, matriculated at All Souls' College, 
Oxford, as gen. fil. aged 19, April 18, 1795 ; B.A. 1799; M.A. 1805. 

Oct. 17. Henry Shepherd, aged 10, son of William S., gunmaker, of 

Fleet Street. 
Nov. 24. John Watson, aged 10, sou of James W., attorney, of 

Bucklersbury. 



190 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1786 

Admitted. 

Dec. 18. William Jephson, aged 10, son of Thomas J., Camberwell. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1792, St. John's College, Cambridge (Oxford 
in the Accounts) ; B.A. 1796 (2nd Senior Op.) ; M.A. 1799 ; Head 
ilaster of Wilson's Grammar School, Camberwell ; Evening Lecturer 
at- St. Magnus the Jlartyr ; Afternoon Lecturer at St. Mary's, Alder- 
manbury ; died 1848. 



1787 

Jan. 18. Thomas Blizard, aged 14, son of John B. (deceased). 
Heniy Husey, aged 10, linnen draper, Cheapside. 
William Tiffin, aged 8, son of Wilford T., book binder, of 

Addle Hill. 
William Masterson, aged 10, son of William M., taylor, of 

Aldersgate Street. 
William Richardson, aged 7, son of William R., upholder, 
of Clare Market. 
„ 20. Henry Setree, aged 10, son of Thomas S., hatter, of 

Bridges Street, Covent Garden. 
„ 31. James John Oelton, aged 8, son of John 0. 

Mathew Saunders, aged 9, son of Thomas S., of Water 
Lane. 
Feb. 5. Robert Holmes, aged 10, son of Robert H., of St. Martin's- 
le-Grand. 
„ 9. David Charles Coles, aged 11, son of David C, of Aldersgate 

Street. 
„ 16. Thomas Pardo Mathews, aged 11, son of James M., Oxford. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1793 ; Magdalen College, Oxford (Jesus College 
in Accounts) ; Demy; B.A. 1796 ; M.A. 1799; Kector of Ambrosden, 
Oxon ; J.P. ; vacated his demyship by marriage in 1801 ; died before 
July, 1805, when the College made a grant to his widow. 

„ 23. Richard Whealand, aged 11, fatherless. 

„ 26. William Wright, aged 9, son of Thomas W., of Great 

Carter Lane. 
„ 27. Thomas Charles, aged 12, son of Thomas C, of Seven 

Dials. 

Mr. Joseph Cricke, Sitrvey or- Accountant. 
James Patterson, Caj^tain. 

Admitted December 4, 1782. 

Apr. 26. George Pantin, aged 9, son of Lewis P., goldsmith, South- 
ampton Street, Covent Garden. 
„ 27. Thomas Gray, aged 6, son of Widow G., Furnival's Inn 
Court. 
Edgar Smith, aged 11, son of Henry S., citizen and 

mercer. 
William Sirdefield, aged 12, son of Finney S., linnen 
draper, Newgate Street. 



1787] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 191 

Admitted. 

April 27. Patrick Burn, aged 11, son of David B., sail maker, 

Wapping. 
May 10. William Weed, aged 8, son of William W., printer. Stationers' 
Alley. 
Richard Elmer, aged 8, son of Richard E., taylor, Watling 

Street. 
James Fricker, aged 10, son of Widow F., Kentish 
Town. 
„ 22. Thomas Liddiard, aged 13, son of Thomas L., silversmith, 
St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Henry Moulter, aged G, son of Henry M., hair dresser, 
Catherine Street. 
June 23. Alexander James Kitton, aged 9, son of Richard K., weaver, 
Moorfields. 
„ 26. G. T. Robert Reynal, aged 11, son of James R., gent, 
Cripplegate. 
Samuel Harrison, aged 10, son of James H., watchmaker, 
Mile End. 
„ 29. William Bengough, aged 10, son of John B., gent. 
Borough. 
William Thompson, aged 9, son of Jonathan T., brandy 
merchant, St. Clement's Danes. 
July 2. James Newbon, aged 9, son of Walter N., baker. Black 
Fryers. 
„ 10. William Home, aged 7, son of John H., victualer, 

Islington. 
„ 18. Edward Wilson, aged 10, son of — , late of Bengal. 
„ 20. William Hanley, aged 8, son of Silvanus H., linnen draper, 

Whitecross Street. 
„ 24. George Seymour Cooke, aged 8, son of John C, watchmaker, 

Smithfield. 
„ 80. James Tyley, aged 11, an orphan. 

Sou of Edward T., of Streatley, Beds; migrated from St. John's 
College, Cambridge, to Trinity College, Oxon, October 16, 1794 ; 
B.A. 1799 ; (?) subsequently Kector of Great Addington, Northamp- 
tonshire. 

Tipping Richard Bew, aged 10, son of John B., bookseller. 
Paternoster Row. 
Aug. 14. Richard Tippetts, aged 12, an orphan. 

Mr. Cricke died September 19, 1787, and the Worshipful 
William Clarke, Esq., Surveyor- Assistant, admitted 
the children from that day. 

Sept. 21. James Hoby, aged 10, son of Thomas H., vintner, Catherine 
Street. 
James Hilldrup, aged 10, son of James H., printer, Pember- 
ton Row. 
„ 24. Thomas Fidler, aged 10, son of Martha F., china shop, St. 
Paul's Churchyard. 



192 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1787 

Adviittcd. 

Oct. 3. Thomas Pierpoint, aged 9, son of Elizabeth P., mercer, 
Black Fryers. 
„ 12. John PowLs, aged 11, son of James P., shoe maker, Lincoln's 

Inn. 
„ 18. Thomas Prichard, aged 8, son of Thomas P., gent, Pater- 
noster Row. 
Thomas Redfern, aged 9, son of Francis R., victualer, 
Foster Lane. 
Nov. 7. John Sirdefield, aged 11, son of Finney S., linnen draper, 
Newgate Street. 
Richard Edwards, aged 10, son of Richard E., carver, St. 
Paul's Churchyard. 
„ 30. Samuel Fothergill Lettsom, aged 9, son of Dr. L., Sam- 
brook Court. 
Dec. 11. James Pilkin, aged 10, son of Thomas P., weaver, Bethnal 
Green. 
William Benge, aged 10, son of William B., stock broker. 



1788 

Jan. 12. Richard Constable, aged 10, son of David C, china man, 

Holborn. 
George Vann, aged 8, son of Ann V., Middle Temple Lane. 
„ 28. Clement Henry Priestley, aged 11, son of Rev. Thomas P., 

Snettisham, Norfolk. 
Henry Kirk Ryves, aged 10, son of Matthew R., vintner, 

Hatton Garden. 
William Ball, aged 10, son of John B., gent. East India 

House. 
James Oliver Murray, aged 11, son of James M., Bateman's 

Buildings, Soho. 
James Way, aged 12, son of James W., gent, Thame, 

Oxfordshire. 

Pauline Exliihitioner, 1793, Pembroke College, O.xford ; Ossulston. 

Schol.ar, 1794; B.A. 1796: M.A. 1799; Rector of Adwell, Oxford, 

and Curate of Lapwortli, Warwick. 

„ 29. Frederick Pantin, aged 8, son of Lewis P., goldsmith, 
Southampton Street. 
George Gilbert Currey, aged 13, son of Rev. John C, 
Dartford, Kent. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1793, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1794-1800; B.A. 1797 (15th Wrangler); M.A. 1800; 
M.D. ; Physician; died c. 1824. 

Feb. 8. Charles Gimber, aged 11, son of Henry G., hair dresser, 
Fleet Street. 
James Bellingham, aged 10, son of William B., chair 
maker, Moorfields. 
„ 15. George Kearsley, aged 13, son of George K., bookseller, 
Fleet Street. 



1788] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 193 

Admitted. 

Feb. 15. Benjamin Longdill, aged 11, son of Proude L., mariner, 
Wapping. 
Henry Aynsworth, aged 9, son of James A., linnen draper, 
Holborn. 
„ 16. Edward Harper, aged 10, son of Thomas H., goldsmith, 

Fleet Street. • 
„ 28. William Thomas Rayner, aged 9, son of Thomas R., 
Staining Lane. 
Mar. 8. James Newton, aged 11, son of James N., victualer, 
Bedford Row. 
George John Taylor, aged 8, son of George T., Jamaica. 
„ 7. Thomas Ayckbowne (Ayckbown), aged 9, son of John A., 

Black Fryers Bridge. 
„ 11. Joseph White, aged 12, son of Joseph W., bookseller, 
Holborn. 
Thomas Cornforth Taylor, aged 12, son of James T., 

apothecary, Harpur Street. 
John Singleton Taylor, aged 11, son of James T., 

apothecary, Harpur Street. 
Henry Smith, aged 7, son of Henry S., hatter. 
„ 28. Augustus Hermon Ayckbowm, aged 10, son of John A., 

Black Fryers Bridge. 
„ 31. William Barber, aged 13, son of John B., coal merchant, 
Carey Street. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1787—88 : — 

William Price, left 1790-91. 
George N. Wyatt, left 1793-94. 



Mr. William Clarke, Surveyor-Accountant. 
Edward Ward, Cnptain. 

Admitted April 7, 1785. 

Apr. 11. George Beynon, aged 10, son of Rice B., surgeon, of Fleet 
Market. 

„ 14. Christopher Frederick Triebner, son of Rev. T., Norton 
Fallgate. 
Timothy Trustgod Triebner, son of Rev. T., No: ton 
Fallgate. 

„ 15. Edmund Hussey, aged 9, son of Edmund H., Somerset- 
shire. 

„ 24. Samuel Stennett, aged 7, son of Benjamin S., bookseller 
Paternoster Row. 

„ 25. William Evans, aged 8, son of Widow E. 

„ 26. Thomas Lilwall, aged 9, son of Thomas Spencer L., 
chemist. 



194 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1788 

Admitted. 

Apr. 26. Alexander Benjamin Johnson, aged 11, son of Benjamin 

J., baker, Wych Street. 
May 2. Henry Aynsworth, aged 9, son of James A., linen draper, 

Holborn. 

See admissions, February 15, 1788. 

„ 24. Francis Monk Denhani, aged 9, son of Catlierine D., 

Shomaker Row, Black Fryers. 
Ricliard Clarke, aged 8, son of Hodgson C, carpenter, 

Cateaton Street. 
July 14. Charles Thoresby, aged 9, son of Rev. John T., Leicester. 

John James Leslie, aged 11, son of Theophilus L., surgeon, 

Wapping. 
Goodinch Murray Thompson, aged 11, son of William T., 

factor. Lad Lane. 
John Thomas Wilgress, aged 11, son of Rev. Dr. John W., 

Eltham. 
Campden Exhibitioner, 1794 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 

Exhibitioner, 1795—1801 ; Scholar, 1795 ; B.A. (5th Wrangler) 1798 ; 

M.A. 1801 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1800-6 ; Vicar of Chalk, Kent, 

1813-56. 

Davy Wilgress, aged 10, son of Rev. Dr. John W., Eltham, 
John Phillips, aged 11, son of Joseph P., bricklayer. Grab 

Street. 
William Clark, aged 11, son of John C, shoemaker, Fore 
Street. 
Aug. 12. William Welch, aged 14, son of William W., Lambs 
Conduit Street. 
James Beaumont, aged 10, son of James B., York 
Buildings. 
„ 16. Richard Meade, aged 7, son of the late — Edward. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1802 ; Wadham College, Oxon ; B.A. 1805. 

Sept. 23. Richard Richardson, aged 7, son of William R., upholsterer, 
Strand. 
„ 25. William Thompson Taylor, aged 10, son of James T., 
apothecary, Harpnr Street. 
Martin Robinson, aged 10, son of Martin R., Harpur Street. 
Oct. 20. Charles Augustine Mayhew, aged 10, son of John M., 
attorney-at-law, Chancery Lane. 
„ 28. Samuel Ricart, aged 10, son of Peter R., baker, Dean 
Street, Soho. 
William Henry Gould Page, aged 12, son of John P., 
jeweller. Fleet Street. 
Nov. 14. Richard Shuter, aged 11. 
Samuel Best, aged 10. 
„ 15. Henry Noyes, aged 12, son of John N., gent, East India 

House. 
„ 24. Thomas Day, aged 11, son of John D., wine merchant. 
Dec. 18. William Turner, aged 8. 

Arthur Jones, aged 11, son of James J., cheesemonger, 
Butcher Row. 



1789] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 195 



1789 

Admitted. 

Jaa. 1-i. William Henry Harwood, aged 11, son of William H., 
jeweller, Oxford Street. 
Thomas James Jaumard, aged 9, son of Thomas J., 
Paddington Green. 

Entered Trinitj' College, Cambridge, as sizar (son of Samuel J.), 
May 27, 1797 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1800 ; Scholar, 1801 ; B.A. 1802 ; 
M.A. 1805 ; Vicar of Pickall, Yorkshii'e ; Vicar of Codicote, Herts, 
1808-48. 

Joseph Munday, aged 11, son of Richard M., of Bermondsey 

Square, Southwark. 
Samuel Sobier, aged 10, son of Joseph S., silk dyer, 
Leadenhall Street. 
„ 15. Charles Murray Thompson, aged 10, son of Thomas T., 

Lad Lane. 
„ 20. James John Gliddon, aged 8, son of James G., gent. Castle 

Street, Holborne. 
„ 31. John Emslie, aged 10, son of John E., merchant, Fenchurch 
Street. 

Lionel Gleadah, aged 9, son of , writing master. Great 

Portland Street. 
Feb. 6. Robert Blackmore, aged 9, son of John B., Clapham. 

„ 12. James Angier, aged 11, son of Charles A., gent. King 

Street, Bloomsbury. 
„ 18, John Jackson, aged 11, son of John J., printer, of Plough 
Court, Fetter Lane. 
Walter Jackson, aged 10, son of John J., printer, of Plough 
Court, Fetter Lane. 
„ 19. John David Walker, aged 12, son of James W., marshall 

of Kings Bench. 
„ 20. James Edwards, aged 8, son of James E., grocer, Vaux 

Hall. 
„ 24. Thomas Moutt (Moult), aged 10, son of George M. 
Mar. 5. William Henry Meyer, aged 9, son of Rev. Henry M., 
Artillery Street, Bishopsgate Street. 
„ 16. Thomas Stallard Webb, aged 10, son of William W., 
druggist. Castle Street, Hounsditch. 
John David Dogherty, aged 9, son of Thomas D., gent, of 
Cliffords Inn. 
Apr. 8. George Jones, aged 10, son of James J., Victualing Office. 

Boys, not on the Foundation, admitted 1788-89 : — 

Thomas Baber, admitted on to the Foundation, June 30, 

1789. 
Henry Mainwaring, left 1789—90. 
Charles Deacon, admitted on to the Foundation, April 21, 

1792. 
Joseph Mould, left 1789-90. 

o 2 



196 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [17S9 

Richard Clarke, see Foundationers, March 16, 1792. 
George Paul, admitted on to the Foundation, January 14, 

1790. 
John Moss, left 1789-90. 
William Bass, left 1789-90. 

Mr. Roby Bishop, Surveyor- Jccou7itant. 
Edward Ward, Captain. 

Admitted April 7, 1785. 
Admitted. 

May 4. Josiah Sharp, aged 11, at Mr. Thetfords. 
June 30. Thomas Beresford, son of Thomas B., woollen draper, 
Ludgate Street. 
John Watts, aged 11, son of John W., Grays Inn, 

Holborne. 
John Wild, aged 8, son of Thomas W., attorney, Watling 
Street. 

Captain, 1799-1800 ; Campden Exhibitioner; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1801-5. 

Thomas Wild (Wilde), aged 7, son of Thomas W., attorney, 
Watling Street. 

He left the School in 1795-96, and was first articled to an attorney, 
but in 1817 was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple ; Sergeant-at- 
Law, 1821; King's Sergeant, 1827; M.P. for Newark, 1831, 1835, 
1837; Solicitor-General, 1839; Attorney-General, 1841 and 1846; 
M.P. for Worcester, 1841-46 ; Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, 1 846 ; 
Lord Chancellor, 1850, when he was created Baron Truro of Bower 
Manor, Middlesex ; he resigned the Chancellorship in 1852 ; and died 
November 11, 1855. In 1851 he founded the Tniro Prize at St. Paul's 
School (see Appendix F. 4) ; his portrait was presented to the School 
by his widow. 

William Grey, aged 9, son of William G., cabinet maker, 

Moorfields. 
John Steward, aged 10, son of Charles S., of Bride 

Street. 
Joseph Johnson, aged 7. 

Thomas Baber, aged 11, son of Thomas B., gent, of New 
Ormond Street. 
July 2. George Allen, aged 10, son of John A., upholder, of Fen- 
church Street. 
„ 7. Charles Slater, aged 9, son of Matthew S., gent, of Vine 
Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1798 : Queens' College, Cambridge ; he 
presented to St. Paul's School Library a copy of the Satires of Juvenal, 
translated bi/ Dnjden (London, 1693), in 1798. 

„ IG. Richard John Williams, aged 9, son of Richard W., 
attorney, 

„ 24. Thomas Montagu, aged 9, son of Thomas M., Milton, 
Kent. 

„ 27. William Thorpe, aged 11, son of William T., grocer, New- 
market. 

Captain 1795-96 ; Pauline Exhibitioner ; Caius College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1800; M.A. 1803. 



1789] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAULS SCHOOL. 197 

Admitted. 

Aug. 6. John Gilbert, aged 12, son of John G., Newington. 

Charles Frederick Bennett, aged 11, son of Thomas B., of 
Barton Street, Westminster. 
„ 7. Hugh Griffiths Grimbaldeston, aged 13, son of John G., 

weaver, of Spital Fields. 
„ 20. Thomas Barnes, aged 8, son of Thomas B., stationer, of St. 
Bride's. 
Sept. 9. Joseph Bye, aged 9, son of Deodatus B. 
,, 17. John Gibbs, aged 11, son of John G. 

John Alexander MacCarthy, aged 11, son of Dennis MacC, 
of the Old Bailey. 
Oct. 1. William White, aged 11, son of William W., of Sion 
College. 
,, 15. Peter Potts, aged 9, son of Ralph P., of Clerkenwell. 
„ 18. John Evans, aged 8, son of Evan E., apothecary, of Golden 

Lane. 
„ 28. John Beynon, aged 10, son of Rice B., apothecary, of Fleet 
Street. 
Nov. 20. Richard Thompson, aged 9, son of Thomas T., engraver, 
of Cheapside. 
Jonathan Lambert, aged 9, son of William L., butcher, of 
Garlick Hill. 
,, 30. Charles Lewis, aged 9. 
Dec. 17. Joseph Shaw, aged 11, son of John S., surgeon, of Charlotte 
Street, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1796; Brasenose College, Oxford, 1796; B.A. 
1799 ; Kector of High Ham, Somerset, 1803 ; died July 18, 1851, at 
Pitney, Somerset, aged 7J:. 



1790 

Jan. 6. Henry Piatt, aged 8, son of Rev. Henry P. 
„ 14. George Paul,'aged 10, son of William P., gent. 

Edward Benge, aged 9, son of Edward B., stock broker, 
Basinghall Street. 
„ 28. Charles Johnston, aged 9, son of William J., attorney, of 
Inner Temyjle. 
William Ayckbowm, aged 7, son of John A., glass cutter, 
of Black Fryers. 
Feb. 2. John Pretty, aged 11, son of John P., gent, of Hoxton 
Square. 
„ 4. Thomas Roberts, aged 9, son of Robert R., upholder, of 
Minories. 
Charles Millne, aged 10, son of Charles M., fan maker, of 
Snow Hill. 
„ 10. James Naish, aged 8, son of Thomas N., haberdasher, of 
White Chapel. 
Thomas Francis Wright, aged 11, son of Thomas W., City 
Coffee House. 



198 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1790 

Admitted. 

Feb. 10. Thomas West Brimage, aged 14, son of William B., of 
Grays Inn. 
Charles William Chalmers, aged 9, son of Robert C, of 
Soho. 
„ 15. Robert Blake, aged 9, son of Robert B., attorney, of Carey 

Street. 
„ 20. John Bodington White, aged 11, son of Thomas W., surgeon, 
of Jefferies Square. 
Thomas Russell White, aged 9, son of Thomas W., surgeon, 
of Jefferies Square. 
„ 25. Robert Crowder, aged 11, son of Robert C, of Clerkenwell. 
Henry Page Williams, aged 11, son of John W., taylor, of 

Featherstone Buildings, Holborne. 
Isaac Flinn, aged 8, son of Peter F., coach maker, of St. 
Clements Danes. 
„ 26. William Mur^^hy, aged 11, son of Arthur M., esquire, of 
Gough Square. 
Arthiar Charters Murphy, aged 7, son of Arthur M., esquire, 
of Gough Square. 
Mar. 25. James Sirdefield, aged 11, son of Finney S., linen draper, of 
Newgate Street. 
,, 31. Samuel Bellamy, aged 11, son of Henry B., cabinet maker, 
of Ludgate Hill. 
William Eyre, aged 10, son of Gillingham E., linen draper, 
of Friday Street. 

Probably" W. E. of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1802 ; 
M.A. 1805. 

Apr. 14. Hubert Cornish, aged 11, son of James C, surgeon, Totness, 
Devonshire. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1789—90 : — 

Michael Rayner, left 1791-92. 
Thomas Bish, left 1793-94. 
Herbert Wyatt, left 1790-91. 
James Redrick, left 1791-92. 



Mr. Joseph Waugh, Surveyor- Accountant. 
John Lettsom, Captain. 

Admitted May 1, 1781. 

Apr. 15. Robert Chutfield (Chatfield), aged 12, son of Robert C, of 
India House. 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge; LL.B. 1805; LL.D. 1811. 

Thomas Rutson, aged 8, son of Richard R., 'Primrose 
Street. 
„ 21. John Barnes, aged 8, son of George B., of Bishopsgate 
Street. 



i79o] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 199 

Admittrd. 

Apr. 21. Eobert Blake, aged 9, son of Robert B., attorney, of Cooks 
Court, Carey Street. 
„ 26. diaries Thomas Toppin Devereux, aged 11, son of Joseph 
D., of King Street, Borough. 
Henry Richard Collard, aged 12, son of Richard C, shoe- 
maker, of Fleet Market. 
„ 29. John Jarman Hollyer, aged 9, son of John H., of Red Lion 
Court, Charterhouse Square. 
Edward Hanbury, aged 11, son of Joseph H., biscuit baker, 
of Fleet Street. 
„ 30. John Engelhart, aged 8, son of John E., butcher, of St. 
Martins-le-Grand. 
May 6. William Browne, aged 8, son of John B., warfinger, of 
Southwark. 
Samuel Dawes, aged 9, son of Samuel D., grocer, of 
Strand. 
„ 10. Haddon Smith, aged 11, son of Rev. Haddon S., of Petty 

France. 
„ 13. George White, aged 8, son of George W., of Christ Church, 
Surry. 
June 22. Thomas Evans, aged 9, son of Jeremiah E., sealmaker, of 
Foster Lane. 
Owen Williams, aged 12, son of Owen W., paper hanger, 

of Devonshire Street, Queens Square. 
William Wood, aged 10, son of William W., hair dresser, 

of Fleet Market. 
John Smith, aged 12, son of John and Mary S. 
Charles Clark, aged 8, son of the late Mr. C, surgeon, in 
Chancery Lane. 

C. Mansfield Clarke, M.D. (Lambeth), 1827 ; Baronet, 1831 ; M.A. 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 18-12; D.C.L. of Oxford, 1845; 
founded the Milton Prize for an English poem, 1851. (See Appen- 
dix, F. 5.) 

„ 23. Herbert Wyatt, aged 11, son of John W., surgeon, of Essex 
Street. 
July 1. James Jackson, aged 10, son of James J. (deceased). 

Thomas Hutchins, aged 11, son of Thomas H., of Newgate 
Market. 
„ 10. George Davis, aged 9, son of John D., cow keeper, of the 

New Road. 
„ 15. Samuel Bancroft, aged 15, son of Edward B., M.D. 

Samuel Banks, aged 9, son of Samuel B., of Dorset 
Street. 
„ 16. William Standard, aged 10, son of William S., hot presser, 
of Coleman Street. 
Aug. 7. Paul Sleath White, aged 9, son of William W., of Ston (sic) 
Garden. 
William Evans, aged 7, son of Evan E., apothecary, of 

Golden Lane. 
William Pierson, aged 13, son of William P., Islington. 



200 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1790 

Admitted. 

Aug. 13. James Lorimer, aged 9, son of James L., silk dyer, of 
Strand. 
„ 17. John Backler, aged 10, son of Sotherton B., Apothecarys 
Hall. 
Oct. 2. Mitchell Williams, aged 12, son of Miles W., of Golden 
Square. 
„ 0. William Joseph Mathews, aged 11, son of William M., 

(deceased). 
,, 9. John Bowyer Nichols, aged 11, son of John N., of Red Lion 
Passage. 

Printer ; F.S.A. ; a famous Antiquary ; colophon of a copy of the 
Prcccs "Excudebat Johannes Nichols cum sociis olini Schohe Paulinse 
alumnis ; Londini : a.d. MDCCCXIV. 

„ 14. Thomas Evans, aged 11, son of William E. (deceased). 
Nov. 4. John Smithson, aged 10, son of John S., of St. Brides 
Parish. 
See January 10, 1791. 

„ 10. Robert Martin Leake, aged 9, son of Robert L., East Street, 
Queens Square. 

General in H.M. Army, 63rd Regiment, first commission, 1805; 
Colonel, 1851 ; General, 1871 ; died 1873, aged 92. 

„ 12. James Durham, aged 11, son of Thomas D., of Cockspur 

Street. 
„ 24. Charles Wallett, aged 11, son of Rev. John W., Clare, 

Suffolk. 
Doc. 7. William John Edwards, aged 9, son of John E., farrier, of 

Thames Street. 
„ 13. William Beetham, aged 10, sou of Edward B., bookseller, 

of Fleet Street. 



1791 

Jan. 5. Charles Frederick Johnson, aged 8, son of Robert J., citizen 
and mercer. 

Stockbroker ; Master of the Mercers' Company, 1829 and 1854 ; 
Surveyor-Accountant of St. Paul's School, 1855 ; died 1867. 

„ 8. Daniel Bowdler, aged 9, fatherless, Sessionshouse, Clerken- 
well. 

„ 10. John Smithson, aged 10, son of John S., of St. Bride's 
Parish. 

„ 12. John Springfield, aged 13, son of John S., Stoney Stratford. 

,, 15. John Richards, aged 9, son of Stephen R., Chancery Lane. 
Henry Binns Scourfield, aged 8, son of Henry S., of Red- 
cross Street. 

,, 17. William Carr, aged 9, son of William C, at Mr. Evans's, 
Oxford Street. 

,, 29. Charles Taylor Philips, aged 14, son of Charles P. (deceased), 
Ludgate Hill. 
Feb. 4. James Anderson, aged 11, son of Robert A., schoolmaster. 
White Chapel. 



179'] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 201 

Admitted. 

Feb. 11. Charles Ash, aged 10, son of Frances A., Watling Street. 
John Miller, aged 9, son of John M., gent, St. Duastans. 
Arthur Scaife Willis, aged 8, son of Joseph W., shoemaker, 
Carey Street. 

" ? Banker in Lombard Street," note by H. Kynaston in Presenta- 
tion Book. 

„ 17. Percival Willis, aged 10, son of Josejih W., shoemaker, 
Carey Street. 
John Wolley, aged 9, son of John W., East India House. 
Joseph Twigg, aged 9, son of Joseph T., gunsmith, St. 
Pauls Churchyard. 
Mar. 25. Thomas Hildrup, aged 11, son of James H., printer, Grays 
Inn Lane. 
„ 28. William Johnston White, aged 11, son of Mary W., 
widow. 
Apr. 2. Charles Williams, aged 11, son of Miles W., Golden. 
Square. 
„ 9. William Bickwood, aged 11, son of William B., Doctors 
Commons. 

Boys admitted not on the Fouudation, 1790—91 : — 

Alexander Campbell, left in 1792—93. 

John Baber, admitted on the Foundation February 24, 

1794 ; but he is not found as a non-Foundationer in the 

intermediate lists. 



Mr. William George Sibley, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Alexander Sidebottom, Captain. 

Admitted November 19, 1784. 

May 19. Georg-e Nicholson, aged 10, son of Rowland N., surojeon, 
Cumberland. 
„ 20. Richard Hayle, aged 11, son of Richard H., of Thames 
Street. 
William Craven, aged 10, son of George C, of Smith- 
field. 
Thomas George Postan, aged 10, son of Paul P., auctioneer, 

of Aldersgate Street. 
Edward John Fleming, aged 8, son of StejDhen F., weaver,, 
of Grays Inn Lane. 
June 3. John Gill, aged 10, son of John G., gent, of Clyffords 
Inn. 
Edward Lawes, aged 9, son of Edward L., attorney, of 
Chancery Lane. 

Called to the Bar ; Sergcant-at-Law ; Chief Registrar in Bank- 
ruptcy ; died 1850. 

Benjamin Day, aged 11, son of Benjamin D., Shropham„ 
Norfolk. 



202 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1791 

Admitted. 

July 5. John Hurle, aged 11, son of Henry H., of Garlick Hill. 

James Ivory Holmes, aged 11, son of John H., watchmaker, 
of the Strand. 

Tiiuity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1805 (Senior Op.) ; M.A. 1808. 
Henry Ryder, aged 9, son of Charles R., gent, of South- 
ampton Buildings. 
„ 11. George Hyde, aged 8, son of James H., goldsmith, of 
Gutter Lane. 
Thomas Hatcher Smith, aged 11, son of Samuel S., account- 
ant to the Company. 
„ 20. Robert Thomas Healde, aged 9, son of Dr. Thomas H., 

{deceased). 
„ 22. Henry Slade, aged 13, fatherless. 
Aug. 3. John Chapman, aged 10, son of Josei^h C, gent, Christ 
Church, Surry. 
„ 16. George Reading Leathes, aged 11, son of the late Rev. 
Edward L. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1797 ; Jesus College, Cambridge, cler. defuncti 
filius, viz. Eev. Edward R., Rector of Reedham, Norfolk; B.A. 1801; 
M.A. 1813. 

Sept. 22. George Warburton, aged 11, son of Thomas W., victualer. 
Grays Inn Lane. 
„ 28. Edward Sidebottom, aged 8, son of Radcliff S., of Queens 
Square. 
Captain, 1798-99. 

„ 29. Archibald Mom'o, aged 11, son of James M., gent, of 

Chelsea. 
„ 30. Nicholas Hussey, aged 10, son of Hubert H., linen draper, 
of Cheapside. 
Oct. 3. Benjamin Rouse, aged 11, son of Benjamin R., Hand in 
Hand Fire Office. 
„ 4. Thomas Samuel Ashton, aged 11, son of Thomas A., attorney, 

of Southam]3ton Street, Bloomsbury. 
„ 11. Matthias King, aged 9, son of George K., of the Castle and 
Falcon, in Aldersgate Street. 
George King, aged 7, son of George K., of the Castle and 
Falcon, in Aldersgate Street. 
„ 19. Samuel Hobbs, aged 9, son of Thomas H., silver polisher, 
of Staining Lane. 
Dec. IG. Henry Bryer, aged 7, son of Hemy B., printer, of Salisbury 
Square. 
Joseph Fisher, aged 9, son of Robert F., gent, of Staining 

Lane. 
Charles Fisher, aged 8, son of Robert F., gent, of Staining 
Lane. 
„ 20. Thomas Hodgkins, aged 11, son of Thomas H., fiiiiterer, 
of Fleet Market. 



1792] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL 203 



1792 

Admitted. 

Jan. 3. Thomas Rathbone (Rawbone), aged 10, son of Rev. John 
R., Oxford. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1799 ; Lincoln College, Oxford (Exhibitioner) ; 
Demy of Magdalen, 1801 ; B. A. 1802 ; M. A. 1805 ; Fellow of Magdalen, 
180S ; Bursar, 1811. 

Matthew Swift, aged 11, son of Matthew S., surveyor, of 
Staples Inn. 
„ 7. John Allen Williams, aged 11. 

John Parsons, aged 13, sou of John P., bookseller, of 

Paternoster Row. 
Thomas Bryan, aged 11, son of Thomas B., gent, Badminston, 

Gloucester. 
James Thurgood, aged 11, son of William T., timber mer- 
chant, of the City Road. 
William Thompson, aged 13, son of Widow T., Islington. 
„ 17. Edward • Turner, aged 9, son of John T., hair dresser, of 
Exeter Street, Strand. 
Joseph Clark, aged 10, son of Somers C, merchant, of 
Salisbury Square. 
„ 20. Adam WaU, aged 11, son of Rev. John W., Stone, near 
Dartford, Kent. 
William Elliott Dry, aged 9, son of Charles D., victualer, 
of Black Swan Alley, in St. Pauls Churchyard. 
„ 23. Thomas Cummins, aged 9, son of Thomas C, victualer, of 

Craven Street, Strand. 
„ 24. William Islip, aged 10, son of Rev. Walter I., Stedham, 
Sussex. 

Probably of Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1803. 

Robert Islip, aged 14, son of Rev. Walter I., Stedham, 
Sussex. 
„ 31. James Leormrd Stephens, aged 9, son of James S., perfumer, 
of Albion Street. 
Joseph Court, aged 8, son of Joseph C, lighterman, of 
Lower Thames Street. 
Feb. 9. Joseph HoUingw. Adams, aged 11, son of Daniel A., gent, of 
Tooks Court, Chancery Lane. 
„ 10. George Walker, aged 9, son of John W. , bookseller, of 

Paternoster Row. 
„ 17. William Longfoot, aged 10, son of Thomas L., victualer. 

George Bowen, aged 8, son of George B., perfumer, of 
Ludgate Hill. 
„ 23. John Henry Sutton, aged 11, son of John S., confectioner, 
of Bishopsgate Street. 
Mar. 15. James Miflin, aged 8, son of Robert M., shoe-maker, of 
Great Turnstile, Holborne. 
Richard Hendn. Clark, aged 11, son of Richard C, 
esc^uire and alderman. 



204 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1792 

Admitted. 

Mar. 16. George Buckinger, aged 10, sou of John B., gent, of Paper 
Buildings, Temple. 

See April 23, 1792. 

Apr. 12. John Sherridau, aged 11, son of Widow S., of Mouckwell 

Street. 
William Penuy, aged 8, son of Thomas P., of Shoe 

Lane. 
Stephen Bowditch, aged 8, son of Stephen B., bricklayer, 

of Gravel Lane. 

Mr. George Sibley, Survcyor-Acco^mtant. 
Alexander Sidebottom, Captain. 

Admitted November 19, 1784. 

Apr. 21. George Carter, aged 11, son of Rev. Henry C, rector of 
Little Witteuham, Berks. 

Pauline Exliibitiouer, 1800 ; Wadliam College, Oxford ; B.A. 1803. 

Charles Deacon, aged 1-i, son of Thomas D., esquire, 
Watford. 
„ 23. George Buckinger, aged 10, son of John B., gent, of Paper 
Buildings, Temple. 
George Willis, aged 7, son of Joseph W., shoemaker, of 
Carey Street. 
May 2. John Turner, aged 10, son of William T., victualer, of 
Holborne. 
John Croswell, aged 12, son of Henry C, gent, of Giltspur 
Street. 
„ 4. Christopher Winkfield, aged 10, son of John W., carpenter, 
of Great Surry Road. 
William Moorhouse, aged 10, son of William M., bottle 
merchant, of Crispin Street, Spital Fields. 
„ 14. Thomas Edward White, aged 9, son of William W., gent, 

of Artillery Lane. 
„ 21. William Nesbit, aged 9, son of Mathew W. , aleconner, of 

Baldwins Gardens. 
„ 24. William Judd, aged 10, son of William J., gent, of Dyers 

Buildings, Holborn. 
,, 31. Charles Denham, aged 11, son of Charles D., gent, Island 
of St. Kits. 
July 9. William Manfield Brady, aged 8, son of Nicholas B., 
farmer, Hemmingfield, Essex. 
„ 13. Thomas William Anthony Smith, aged 10, son of Anthony 

S., schoolmaster, of Black Fr3^ers. 
„ 18. James George Durham, aged 11, son of Thomas D., 
stationer, of Cockspur Street, Charing Cross. 

Captain, 1796-98; Pauline Exhibitioner; Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1798; Stock Exhibitioner, 1801; 
Sir William Browne's JVIedal (Epigi-ams), 1799 and 1800 ; B.A. 1802 ; 
Norrisian Prize ("On the Providence of God"), 1804; Author of 
Christianity the Friend of Man, 1803. 



1792] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 205 

Admitted. 

July 20. John Terence Hunt, aged 8, son of John H., stationer, of 
Aldgate. 
„ 26. John Paine, aged 8, son of John P., hat maker. Paternoster 
Row. 
Sept. 19. Christopher Thomas Towes, aged 11, son of Thomas T., 
engraver, of Oheapside. 
„ 28. John Streetin Buxton, aged 10, son of John B., attorney, 
Malborought. 
Oct. 11. Charles Ainsley Wright, aged 11, son of Charles W., 
attorney, of Bishopsgate Street. 
„ 15. Samuel Chadwick, aged 12, son of William C, cabinet 

maker, of Town Ditch. 
„ 19. John Read, aged 8, son of John R., gent, of Great James 

Street, Bedford Row. 
„ 20. William John Redfearn, aged 8, son of William R., surgeon, 

of Old Fish Street. 
„ 30. James Williams, aged 11, son of James W., victualler, of 
King Street, Soho. 
William Hudson, aged 8, son of Justus H., undertaker, of 
Fleet Street. 
Nov. 7. John Moor, aged 11, son of Samuel M., dentist, of Palgrave 
Place, Strand. 
„ 21. Charles Towes, aged 9, son of Christopher T., engraver, of 
Cheapside. 
Dec. 7. Thomas Hack, aged 12, on of John H., packseller, of Shoe 
Lane. 
„ 18. Thomas Mayfield, aged 11, son of Thomas M., engraver, of 
Stainins: Lane. 



1793 

Jan. 2. Anthony Gardiner, aged 9, son of George G., warehouseman, 
of Snow Hill. 
William Gardiner, aged 8, son of George G., warehouseman, 
of Snow Hill. 
„ 15. William Alexander Weightman, aged 11, son of William 
W., attorney, of Hatton Garden. 
Daniel Richardson, aged 8, son of William R., upholsterer, 

of Newcastle Street, Strand. 
Nehemiah Southwell Price, aged 11, son of Richard P., of 
Warwick Street, Golden Square. 
„ 19. George Joshua Miller, aged 8, son of John M., attorney, of 

Carey Street. 
„ 22. Edward Hoskin, aged 8, sou of William H., attorney, of 

Lime Street. 
„ 24. John Willis, aged 9, son of Joseph W., shoemaker, of 
Lin coins Inn. 
J. W., of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, takes his B.A. in 1805. 



206 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1793 

Admitt.rd. 

Jan. 31. Henry Godfrey, aged 12, son of Henry G., grocer, of 
Newgate Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1798 ; Queens' College, Cambridge,- Feliruavy 
21, 1761; B.A. (13th Wrangler), 1802; M.A. 1805; Fellow of 
Queens' ; S.T.B. 1813 ; S.T.F. 1822 ; President of Queens', 1820-32. 

Henry Edward Swift, aged 10, son of Thomas S., gent, of 
Dartmouth Street, Westminster. 
Feb. 5. Samuel Hughes, aged 10, son of Robert H., attorney, of 
Watling "street. 

Samuel Bentley, aged 7, son of Edward B., of Blewitt's 
Buildings, Holborne. 

Printer ; died 1868. Joint author (with Sir Charles Young) of 
Exccrpta JTMorica ; presented to St. Paul's School Library a cojiy of 
Erasmi Concio, printed on vellum with MS. inscription by his own 
hand and that of Thomas Tomkins, the celebrated calligraphist, writing- 
master in St. Paul's School. 

„ 18. James Payne, aged 8, son of George P., hosier, of Newgate 

Street. 
„ 23. Charles Stalker, aged 13, son of Charles S., bookseller, of 

Stationers Court. 
Mar. 19. George Cecil Renouard (Renourd), aged 11, son of Peter 

R., adjutant in the Rutlandshire Militia. 

Subser|nently at Charterhouse ; Sidney-Sussex College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1802 ; Fellow ; M.A. 1805 ; B.D. 1811 ; Chajilain to the British 
Embassy at Constantinople, 1804-6, to the Factory at Smyrna, 
1811-14 ; Lord Almoner's Professor of Arabic, 1815 ; Member of the 
Royal Asiatic Society and Foreign Secretary to the Roj'al Geogi'aphical 
Society ; Rector of Swanscombe, Kent, 1818 ; died 1867. 

Boys not on the Foundation, admitted 1792—93 : — 

Herman Hughes, left 1794-95. 
Thomas Daniel, left 1793-94-. 
Henry Bird, left 1793-94. 
Charles Bird, left 1793-94. 



Mr. William Holmes, Surveyor-Accountant. 
John Webb, Ccvptain. 

Admitted July 28, 1785. 

Apr. 25. William Norris, aged 9, son of William N., hair dresser, of 
City Road. 
George Henry Hogard, aged 9, son of Luke H., haberdasher, 

of Long Acre. 
George Samuel Masse y, aged 10, fatherless. 
May 3. Samuel James Sewell, aged 12, son of Widow S., of Carey 
Street. 
„ 15. Samuel Turner, aged 9, son of Hezekiah T., gent, of London 

Wall. 
„ 23. William Lander, aged 10, son of late William L., attorney, 
of Ed^ware Road. 



1793] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 207 

Admitted. 

May 31. James Wall Owen, aged 11, son of Widow O., West 

Smithfield. 
July 9. Robert Wilson, aged 11, son of Stephen W., victualler, of 
West Smithfield. 
William Faiiow, aged 12, son of William F., law stationer, 

of Mitre Court, Fleet Street. 
Charles Batson Coxe, aged 11, son of Eev. Richard C, 

Bucklebury, Berks. 
Evan Edwards, aged 11, son of William E., silversmith, of 
Coleman Street. 
„ 25. George WooUey, aged 9, son of John W., of the India 
House. 
John Hardy, aged 10, son of Widow H., of Tavistock 

Street. 
Robert Hardy, aged 9, son of Widow H., of Tavistock 
Street. 
„ 31. Charles Butler James, aged 8, sou of Joseph J., laceman, 
of Newgate Street. 
Aug. 8. Joseph Taylor, aged 10, son of Thomas T., surgeon, of 
Bridge Street, Black Fryers. 
,, 14. Edward Adlum, aged 10, son of Dominick A., victuallei", of 

Turnstile, Holborne. 
„ 24. William George Stewart, aged 11, son of Duncan S., gent, 
of London Street, Tottenham Court Road. 
Oct. 14, Hennery Gratton Latham, aged 11, son of John L., patern 
drawer, of Great Newport Street. 
Henry Rouse, aged 11, son of Benjamin R., gent, of Bridge 

Street, Black Fryers. 
Edward Rouse, aged 10, son of Benjamin R., gent, of Bridge 
Street, Black Fryers. 
„ 19. Daniel Eldridge, aged 12, son of Robert E., clerk, of St. 
Brides. 
Edward Wilkinson, aged 8, son of Edward W., shojDkeeper, 
of St. Brides. 
„ 29. William Sliarp, aged 11, son of Robert S., bookbinder, of 
Warwick Lane. 

Captain, 1800-2 ; Campden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1804-10 ; B.A. 1807 ; M.A. 1810. 

Dec. 11. Thomas Noon, aged 11, son of Thomas N., chandler, of 

Addle Hill. 
George Flight, aged 11, son of Widow F., of Charlotte Row, 

Southwark. 
William Moore, aged 11, son of William M., minister, of 

Barbican. 
„ 14. James Holbrook Griffiths, aged 8, son of James G., vintner, 

of Doctors Commons. 
Charles Johnson, aged 9, son of late Samuel J., at Mrs. 

Reubells, Lincolns Inn Fields. 



20S SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1794 



1794 

Adm itt:d. 

Jan. 25. John Godfrey, aged 10, son of Henry G., gent, of Parish of 
St. Michael Le Querne. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; LL.B. 1813. 

John King, aged 11, son of WilHam K., victualler, of 

Moorfields. 
John Robert Longden, aged 7, son of Roger L., proctor, of 

Doctors Commons. 

Proctor ; died 1827. 

„ 27. Gilbert Liddiard, aged 9, son of Thomas L., silversmith, of 
St. Pauls Church Yard. 
Feb. 13. John Lander, aged 10, son of William L., attorney (deceased), 
of Edgware Road. 
James Halford, aged 8, son of James H., gent, of Furnivals 
Inn Court. 
„ 24. John Baber, aged 11, son of Thomas B., gent, of Red Lion 
Street, Clerkenwell. 
Mar. 11. Joseph Russell, aged 11, son of Joseph R., shoemaker, of 
Irwin Street. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1793 — 9-i : — 

George Dale CoUison, left 1794—95. 
Charles Manage, left 1794 — 95. 
William Grant, left 1795—96. 
James Grant, left 1795 — 96. 

Mr. John Watney, Surveyor- Accountant . 
John Webb, Ccqjtain. 

Admitted July 28, 1785. 

Apr. 25. John Armstrong, aged 11, son of Rev. Robert A., Hoxton 
Square. 
Joseph Horton, aged 14, son of Williain H., hosier, of New- 
gate Street. 
Charles Todd, aged 10, son of Samuel T., late of Lad 
Lane. 
^Lav 23. John Richard AUcock, aged 8, son of John A, coffeeman, 
of St. Pauls Church Yard. 
George Brown, aged 9, son of George B., trunk maker, of 
the Old Change. 
July 14. William Thomas Neale, aged 8, son of Thomas N., of the 
Custom House. 
James Sowerby, aged 7, son of James S., gent, of Mead 

Place, Lambeth. 
Edwin Sandys, aged 7, son of John S., late student in the 
Middle Temple. 

Possibly E. S. of St. John's College, O-Kford ; B.A. 1808 ; M. A. 1813. 



1794] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 200 

Ailmitled. 

July 14. Thomas Gill, aged 10, son of John G., attorney, of Clyfford's 
Inn. 
„ 25. Walter Henry Wyatt, aged 12, son of John W., merchant, 
of Bridge Street. 
Samuel Barrett, aged 10, son of William B., linen draper, 

of Old Fish Street. 
James Williams, aged 11, son of Thomas W., of Valentine's 
Place, Black Fryers Road. 
Aug 11. James Taylor, aged 10, son of James T., toymaker, of St. 
Anns, Black Fryers. 
Richard Lake, aged 11, son of John L., gent, of Waltham- 

stow. 

James Davidson, aged 9, son of James D., butcher, of Crown 

Court, Temple Barr. 

Sept. 15. James Crutchfield, aged 10, son of Widow C, Foster Lane. 

Oct. 13. Robert Wilmott, aged 11, son of George W., of Spital Fields. 

James Simpson Birt, aged 11, son of James B., silversmith, 

of Wood Street. 
Joseph Symes, aged 14, son of John S., attorney, of Kings- 
ton, Jamaica, at Mr. Taylor's, Harper Street. 
John Symes, aged 11, son of John S., attorney, of Kingston, 
Jamaica, at Mr. Taylor's, Harper Street. 
Nov. 28. Thomas Kelly, aged 11, son of James K., of Canon Alley 

St. Pauls Churchyard. 
Dec. 15. James Thornburg Brown, aged 9, son of James B 
upholsterer, of St. Pauls Chuixhyard. 



1795 

Jan. 15. John Remmington, aged 11, son of John R., clothier, 
Horsley, Gloucestershire. 
„ 26. George Borris Bowyer, aged 7, son of George B., gent, of 
Rolls Buildings, Chancery Lane. 
George Wyatt, aged 11, son of Charles W., merchant, of 

New Bridge Street. 
Robert Miller, aged 9, son of John M., attorney, of Carey 
Street. 
Feb. 19, John Bentley, aged 8, son of Edward B., gent, of the Bank. 

Bank of England ; Secretary 1850-60 ; died 1860. 

Frederick Lange, aged 10, son of Frederick L., habit maker, 

of Hart Street, Covent Garden. 
Mar. 12. Rice Philip Williams, aged 8, son of Rice W., woollen 

draper, of Cornhill. 
John Charles Kirkman, aged 9 son of Patrick K., bookseller, 

of Finsbury Square. 

See June 22, 1795. 

James Alden Webb, aged 10, son of the late William W, , 
druggist, of Castle Street, Hounsditch. 



210 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1795 

Admitted. 

Mar. 12. Richard Gunner, aged 9, son of Richard G., perfumer, 
{deceased). 
Thomas Penn, aged 9, son of Laurence P., permit writer, 

of Goswell Place. 
Obadiah Wathen, aged 11, son of Samuel W., esquire, 
Woodchester, Gloucestershire. 
„ 19. Richard Mann, aged 8, son of John M., butcher, of Hart 
Street, Warwick Lane. 
William Hemy Taylor, aged 9, son of John T,, silk dyer, 
of Maddox Street, Hanover Square. 

Possibly of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 1807. 

John Taylor, aged 7, son of John T., silk dyer, of Maddox 
Street, Hanover Square. 
„ 30. WiUiam Gerrard Money, aged 10, son of William M., 
attorney, of Wood Street. 
Apr. 4. Michael John Farrell, aged 10, son of John F., printer, of 
Catherine Street, Strand. 
Peter John Goran, aged 11, son of Peter C, of Mount 

Row, Lambeth. 
Walter Gyffard. 

The name is not found in the Registers — but the presentation is 
extant ; a George Giffard is found in the Class List for 1796 ; George 
Gifford '97 ; ^\llliam Gifford '98 ; Walter GyfTord '99 ; AVilUam 
Gytfard 1800, and Walter William George Gyffard is second boy iu 
the Vlllth Class in 1801. 

Mr. Thomas Palmee, Surveyor- Accoicntant. 
William Thorpe, Cajjtcdn. 

Admitted Jtohj 27, 1789. 

Apr. 16. Matthew Pantin, aged 11, son of Lewis P., goldsmith, of 
Grafton Street, Soho. 
„ 22. John Weston Finch, aged 8, son of John F., tobacconist, of 

Wellclose Square. 
„ 30. John Green Booth, aged 8, son of John B., printer, of Snow 
Hill. 
May 12. William Fraser, aged 10, son of David F., sadler, of Great 
Poultney Street, Golden Square. 
„ 21. William Cole, aged 10, son of Lewis John C, ivory turner, 
of the Old Bailey. 
June 22. Edward Archer Wild, aged 9, son of Thomas W., attorney, 
of Wood Street, Cheapside. 
Iltyd NichoU, aged 8, son of the late Dr. N., Chiswick. 
John Charles Kirkman, aged 10, son of Patrick K., book- 
seller, of Finsbury Square. 
See March 12, 1795. 

John Moulden, aged 10, son of Joseph M., gent. 
July 3. Edward Dalzel, aged 10, son of Archibald D., Governor of 
Cape Coast Castle, Africa. 



1795] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 211 

AdviUtcd. 

July 6. Samuel Gregory, aged 12, son of Hannah .G., -widow. 
Charles Pan tin, aged 10, son of Lewis P., goldsmith. 
Buxton Reuben Lawn, aged 11, son of Buxton L., baker 

and corn chandler, of Providence Row. 
Robert Lawn, aged^ 9, son of Buxton L., baker and corn 
chandler, of Providence Row. 
„ 12. Thomas Parker, aged 10, son of Thomas P., gent, of Curtain 
Road, Shoreditch. 

Captain, 1802-3 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford ; 
B.A. 1807. 

Aug. 5. Thomas Moffatt, aged 11, son of John M., carpenter, of 

Paternoster Row. 
Sep. 17. James Marman, aged 11, son of William M., gent, of Ely 
Place, St. Georges-in-the-East. 
Isaac Hanson, aged 14, son of James H., gent, of the Kings 

Mews. 
Redmond Andrew Prior, aged 12, son of Widow P., Devon- 
shire Street, Queens Square. 
Edmund Hardy, aged 10, son of Jane H., widow, of 
Tavistock Street, Bedford Square. 
Oct. 27. Edward Davies, aged 11, son of William D., brewer, of Maid 

Lane, Southwark. 
Nov. 23. Robert Finch, aged 11, son of Thomas F., esquire, of Great 
Ormond Street. 

Balliol College, Oxon, 1802 ; B.A. 1805 ; M.A. 1809 ; in Holy 
Orders ; Eminent Antiquary ; died 1830. 

Dec. 17. Edward William Scott, aged 9, son of James S., victualler, 
of Duke Street, Lincolns Inn Fields. 



1796 

Jan. G. George Henry Hogard, aged 11, son of Luke H., haber- 
dasher, of Bedford Court, Covent Garden. 
„ 12. Octavius Prichard, aged 10, son of Thomas P., linen draper, 
of Orange Street, Leicester Square. 
Richard Penny, aged 8, an orphan, at Mr. Prichard 's. 

Orange Street. 
Wilham Mills Pulley, aged 9, son of William P., gent, of 

Doctors Commons. 
George Richards Marriot, aged 10, son of Joseph M., grocer, 

of Great James Street, Bedford Row. 
Paul House, aged 12, son of James H., gent, Oxford. 
Edward Edwards, aged 10, son of William E., of Coleman 
Street. 
„ 20. James Hanwell, aged 10, son of Giles H., tallow chandler, 

of Chancery Lane. 
„ 21. Tristram Fenning, aged 11, fatherless. 

„ 28. John Jackson Jackson, aged 11, son of John J., of Meads 
Row Asylum. 



212 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1796 

Admitted. 

Feb. 5. Charles Harris, aged 10, son of Charles H., baker, of Maiden 
Lane, Covent Garden. 
„ 13. James Crutchfield, aged 11, son of James C, victualler, late 
of Foster Lane. 
William Hedges, aged 12, son of William H., mason, of 

Grays Inn Lane. 
Thomas Hedges, aged 9, son of William H., mason, of Grays 
Inn Lane. 
„ 23. Peter Ai-null, aged 9, son of George A., broker, of Bank 
Buildings. 
Mar. 14. Francis James, aged 9, son of Francis J., worsted manu- 
facturer, of Newgate Street. 
„ 17. Thomas Railton,aged 9, son of Ann R., Yilliers Street, Strand. 
„ 21. George Webb, aged 9, son of William W., late of Castle 

Street, Hounsditch. 
„ 31. Hemy Charles Gibbs, aged 7, son of Henry G., attorney, of 
Old Broad Street. 
Edmund Mathews, aged 9, son of William M., gent, of 
Wilderness Row. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1795 — 96 : — 

Benjamin Chandler, left 1796—97. 
William Mason, left 1796—97. 



Mr. William Palmer, Surixyor-Accountant. 
James Durham, Caj^tain. 

Admitted July 18, 1792. 

Apr. 14. Thomas Wakefield, aged 12, son of Richard W., apothecary, 
Battle Bridge. 
Henry Brockett, aged 11, son of Hugh B., vintner, of 
Macclesfield Street, Soho. 
„ 27. John Greenhill, aged 9, son of John G., gent, of King 
Street, Westminster. 
May 4. Richard Bailey, aged 9, son of Richard B., copper-plate 

printer, of Berwick Street, Soho. 
June 10. Walter William Weightman, aged 10, son of William W., 
attorney, of Hatton Garden. 
Joseph Healey, aged 10, son of Joseph H., brewer, of 
Holborne. 
„ 24. William Charles Browne, aged 11, son of William B., gent, 

of Chancery Lane. 
„ 30. John Hughes, aged 9, son of John H., gent, of Falcon 
Square. 
July 4. Philip Courtenay, aged 11, fatherless, at Dr. Wainer's, 
Stanton, Wilts. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1805 ; MA. 1808. 



I 



1796] • SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 213 

Admitted. 

July 21. Charles Wright, aged 8, son of John W., wine merchant, 
Newcastle Street, Strand. 
James Nicholson, aged 11, son of James N., musician, 
Maidstone. 
Aug. 13. James Josiah Arnull, aged 11, son of George A., Bank 

Buildings, Cornhill. 
Oct. 20. John Rush Clarke, aged 12, son of the late Joseph C. 

John Samuel Merrington, aged 12, son of Widow M., calicoe 
glazer, Maiden Lane. 
„ 27. Edward Hughes Perry, aged 9, son of Dr. Perry, Hillingdon. 
Charles Corbould, aged 9, son of John C, engraver, of 
Forster Lane. 
„ 31. John Joshua Moring, aged 11, son of Widow M., of 
Lambert Hill. 
Nov. 22. Joseph Terry Saunders, aged 10, son of Joseph S., upholder, 

of Gutter Lane. 
Dec. 2. Charles Fentum, aged 11, son of John F., music seller, of 
Strand. 
Edward Fentum, aged 10, son of John F., music seller, of 
Strand. 



1797 

Jan. 7. Richard King, aged 8, son of George K., wine merchant, of 
Newgate Street. 
„ 12. John Bromley, aged 9, son of John B., attorney, of 

Cliffords Inn. 
„ 23. Robert Mann Ivory, aged 9, son of James I., apothecary, of 
Aldersgate Street. 
Frederick Watson, aged 11, son of Christopher W., major 
in the King's Own Dragoons, Hertfordshire. 
Feb, 1. Thomas Luffingham, aged 9, son of Benjamin L., 

Fromlington. 
Mar. 15. Thomas William Sergrave, aged 11, son of Thomas S., 
gent, of Charles Square, Hoxton. 
Jacob Day, aged 11, son of William D., Mistley, Essex. 
„ 27. Wilham Taylor, aged 13, son of Thomas T., soHcitor, of 
Featherstone Buildings, Holbourne. 
Charles Sirdifield, aged 11, son of Finney S., linen draper, 
of Newgate Street. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1796—97 : — 

John Watkins appears in the 4th Class in the 1798 List, 

and left in the course of the year. 
John Curtis appears in the 2nd Class in the Apposition 

List, 1798, and again in 1799. 
George Griffin, admitted on the Foundation, March 8, 

1798. 



21 t SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1797 



Mr. Nathaniel Hillier, Survey or- Accountant. 
James Durham, Cajitain. 

Admitted July 18, 1792. 
Admitted. 

Apr. 7. John Gray, aged 10, son of Thomas G., haberdasher, of 
South Audley Street, Grosvenor Square. 
„ 11. William Henry Buxton, aged 8, son of John B., attorney- 
at-law of Great Malboiough Street. 
William Philip Price, aged 9, son of Charles P., gent, 
Stamp Office, Somerset Place. 
May 1. William Bentley, aged 8, son of Edward B., gent, of 
Paternoster Row. 

Bank of England ; Principal of the Bank Stock Office ; Master of 
tlie Leatliersellers' Company, 1857 ; died 1877. 

Samuel Highfield, aged 11, son of Samuel H., watch maker, 

of Mount Row, City Road. 
Allen Maclean, aged 8, son of Captain M., of Lambeth 

Walk. 
John Logan, aged 11, son of John L., bookseller, of 

Holborne. 
George Edward Gowan, aged 9, son of Thomas G., Calcutta. 
„ 23. Samuel Powell, aged 11, son of Samuel P., vintner, of 
Little Britain. 
June 1. Edward Hill, aged 8, son of Widow H., of Dove Court, 
Leather Lane. 
„ 26. Henry Gay, aged 6, son of Henry G., of Lambeth. 
July 3. George Ravenscroft, aged 11, son of Elizabeth R., vintner, 
Stoke Farm, near Windsor. 
„ 7. John Leath, aged 10, son of John L., linen draper, of Bow 

Lane. 
„ 10. George Holt, aged 8, son of George H., surgeon, Tottenham. 
„ 14. Samuel Partridge, aged 10, son of Samuel P., of 

Southwark. 
„ 22. William Limming, aged 8, son of George L , Parish Clerk, 

St. Leonards, Shoreditch. 
„ 26. Alexander Richard Warrand, aged 9, son of Alexander W. 
of Arundel Street, Strand. 
Aug. 9. George Archdale Low, aged 11, son of George L., of 
Great St. Hellens. 
„ 16. Inigo Jones, aged 11, son of Meredith J., surveyor, of 

Great St. Hellens. 
„ 23. Thomas Barrett, aged 14, son of Thomas B., schoolmaster, 
of Spital Fields. 
Sept. 8. John Brown, aged 9, son of John B., late an Ensign in 
Middlesex Militia. 
„ 23. Alexander Brodie Tate, aged 8, son of James T., millwright, 

of Milford Lane, Strand. 
„ 27. Samuel Norris, aged 11, son of Robert N., tallow chandler, 
of Suffolk Street, Southwark. 



1797] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 215 

Admitted. 

Oct. 4. Samuel Ashton, aged 11, son of Matthew A., grazier, of 
St. James's, Clerkemvell. 
„ 12. Edward George, aged 7, son of Edward G., of Princess 
Street, Driiry Lane. 
Nov. 1 5. Thomas Smith, aged 9, son of Thomas S., butcher, of the 

Borough. 
Dec. 7. Thomas WilUams, aged 9, son of Thomas W., apothecary. 
„ 28. Reginald Parker, aged 10, son of Reginald P., gent, of 
Wardrobe Court, Doctors Commons. 
George Ridout, aged 9, son of John R., apothecary, of 
Paternoster Row. 

Balliol College, O.xfoid, 1805; B.C.L. 1812. 

1798 

Jan. 3. Edward Arpthorp, aged 10, son of William A., staymaker, 
of Middle Row, Holborne. 
„ 5. Richard Woodhouse, aged 9, son of Richard W., of Richards 
Coffeehouse, Fleet Street. 
William Elisha Law Faulkner, aged 8, son of Revd. 
William F., of Bartlets Buildings, Holborne. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1808 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Stock and Sykes Exhibitioner, 1808; B.A. 1812; M.A. 1820; 
Perpetual Curate of St. James's, Clerkeuwell, 1839. 

„ 9. William Henry Pasquier, aged 11, son of Peter P., vintner, 

of Ludgate Hill. 
„ 12, Charles Fowler, aged 7, son of David F., of Red Cross 

Square. 
„ 13. William Miles Anderson, aged 8, son of John A, bookseller, 

of Holborn Hill. 
„ 16. Samuel Harnsworth, aged 11, son of Richard H., school- 
master. Barking, Essex. 
Willett Edwards, aged 11, son of Willett E., perfumer, of 

Little Turnstile, Holborn. 
,, 18. John Leach, aged 8, son of Thomas L., Dublin. 
Feb. 5. Joseph Gwilt, aged 14, son of George G., surveyor, of 

Union Street, Southwark. 
„ G. Richard Parker Tillotson, aged 13, son of John T.,Takeley, 

near Bishopstortford. 
„ 12. William George Barnard, aged 8, son of Luke B., coal 

merchant, of Black Fryers Road. 
Mar. 8. John Curtis, aged 11, son of James C, colourman, of 

Ludgate Hill. 

Left in VUlth Class, 1805; mentioned in Carlisli's Endowed 
Grammar Schools as Head Master of the Grammar School at Ashbj'- 
de-la-Zouch ; in holy orders. 

George Nathaniel Griffin, aged 12, son of the late John G., 
colourman, of Ludgate Hill. 
Feb. 26. James Richards, aged 8, son of Thomas R., watch case 
maker, of Bridge Water Square. 



216 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1798 

Admilled. 

Feb. 27. Nathaniel Wortliington, aged 8, son of George W., taylor, 
of Queens Square. 
Robert Rogers, aged 7, son of John R., coal merchant, 
of Walcot Terrace, Lambeth. 
Mar. 3. Abraham Beard, aged 10, son of Alexander B., tobacconist, 
of Abchurch Lane. 
,, 30. Thomas Clarke, aged 9, son of Thomas C, surgeon, of 
Tooley Street. 
Apr. 2, Philip Simeon Peter Van Swinden, aged 11, son of Revd. 
Dr. Philip Van S,, of Princes Row, Pimlico. 
John Samuel Kettle, aged 9, son of Samuel K., cheese- 
monger, of Forster Lane. 
Thomas Holland, aged 11, son of Thomas H., late of Cock- 
spur Street. 

Mr. Thomas Newnham, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Edward Sidebottom, Captain. 

Admitted September 28, 1791. 

Apr. 27. Thomas Hayter Longden, aged 8, son of Roger L., proctor, 
of Doctors Commons. 
Stockbroker ; J.P. for Middlesex ; died 1876. 

John Amsden, aged 10, son of John A., chemist, of Wood 

Street. 
Henry Taylor, aged 11, son of Thomas T., surgeon, of Bride 

Street. 
Balliol College, Oxford ; B.A. 1806. 

May 2. Thomas Bott, aged 11, son of John B., engraver, of Well 
Street, Cripplegate. 
,, IG. Benjamin John Edward Wright, aged 8, son of Benjamin 

W., printer, of Blewits Buildings. 
,, 21. William Henry Hinde, aged 8, son of Charles H., gent, of 

Bowling Green Lane, Clerkenwell. 
„ 25. Pitts Good Watson, aged 11, son of John W., gent, of 

Walbrook. 
„ 31. Thomas Green, aged 10, son of Thomas G., sword cutler, of 
Clements Inn. 
July 16. John Coney, aged 9, son of William C, shoemaker, of Red 
Lion Street, White Chapel. 
George Francis Karstadt, aged 11, son of George K., 
mariner, of RadclifFe Highway. 
„ 21. Thomas Snow Snuggs, aged 9, son of Joseph S., haberdasher, 
of Henrietta Street, Covent Garden. 
John Bradney Rippon, aged 10, son of Thomas R., gent, 
of the Bank. 
Aug. 7. Charles James Daykin, aged 9, son of James D., coach- 
maker, of Fetter Lane. 



1798] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 217 

Admitted. 

Aug. 7. Robert Ivory, aged 10, sou of James I., apothecary, of 
Aldersgate Street. 
Thomas Trew, aged 8, son of WilHam T., teacher of elocu- 
tion, of Thaives Inn. 
James Whitaker, aged 11, son of John W., hatter, Christ- 
church, Surry." 
„ 14. Thomas Lane, aged 11, son of William L., esquire, house 
warden of the company. 

Surveyor-Accountant of S.P.S., 1856. 

Oct. 1. James Davies, aged 8, son of Nathaniel D., gent, of 
Lothbury. 
Septimus Walker, aged 8, son of Rev. Thomas W., Warren 
Street, Fitzroy Square, 
Nov. 1. Joseph Davies, aged 10, son of William D., of Aldersgate 
Street. 
„ 6. Thomas Jeffery, aged 11, son of George J., bookseller, of 

Middle New Street. 
„ 7. Hanchett Good Watson, aged 13, son of John W., gent, of 

Walbrook. 
„ 14. Henry Brown, aged 9, son of George B., trunk maker, of 
Little Carter Lane. 
Dec. 11. William Gent, aged 10,- son of James G., hair dresser, of 
Watling Street. 
George Willats, aged 11, son of Moses W., plasterer, of 
Great Distaff Lane, 

1799 

Jan. 14. John Harris Figgins, aged 11, son of Benjamin F, wax 
chandler, of Poultry. 
James Bauck, aged 9, son of Titmar B. 
„ 15. Samuel Edward Roberts, aged 9, son of Samuel R., floor 
cloth manufacturer, of Fleet Street. 
Thomas Sellon Smith, aged 12, son of Thomas S., attorney, 

of St. Pauls Church Yard. 
William Baker Smith, aged 8, son of Thomas S., attorney, 
of St. Pauls Church Yard. 

R.N. Midshipman of the Centaur at the capture of St. Lucia ; 
Lieutenant 1808 ; distinguished himself by capturing La Charlemagne, 
privateer, 1814 ; retired Commauder, 1844 ; assumed the name of 
Sellon, 1847 ; died 1860. 

Edward Smith, aged 6, son of Thomas S., attorney, of St. 
Pauls Churchyard. 

Removed to Merchant Taylors' School, whence he went to St. John's 
College, Oxford, in 1810 ; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1819; Vicar of Norwood, 
Middlesex, 1838. 

„ 25, John Williams, aged 9, son of John W., bookseller, of Fleet 
Street. 
John Gould Heath, aged 12, son of John H., Chippenham, 

Wilts. 

Died while on service with the Militia about 1810. 



218 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1799 

Admitted. 

Jan. 25. Christopher Heath, aged 10, son of John H., Chippenham, 
Wilts. 
Solicitor ; died 1864. 

Feb. 6. George Piper, aged 8, son of Edward P., coal merchant, of 

Portpoole Lane, Holborne. 
Mar. 1. Henry Gay, aged 7, son of John G., apothecary, of 
Lambeth. 
„ 19. Charles Burls, aged 11, son of William B., warehouseman, 
of Winchester Street. 
George John Phillips, aged 8, son of John P. 
Edward Austin Phillips, aged 10, son of Job P., artist, of 
Well Yard, Little Britain. 
,, 21. John Sharrer, aged 11, son of Rev. John S., vicar of 

Canwick, Lincolnshire. 
.„ 80. Manning Sewell, aged 12, son of Samuel S., victualler, of 
Market Street. 
Edward Sewell, aged 11, son of Samuel S., victualler, of 
Market Street. 

Mr. Robert Thatcher, Surveyor- Accountant. 
John Wild, Captain. 

Adiiiittcd June 30, 1789. 

Apr. 28. James Atkinson, aged 12, son of James A., gent, of 

Aldersgate Street. 
May 9. Henry Brown, aged 10, son of Hem-y B., of Old Fish 

Street. 
„ 21. Daniel Owen Emerton, aged 11, son of Thomas E., of 

Southwark. 
Warren Elville Knowles, aged 8, son of James K., esquire, 

of Lambeth Terrace. 
Jiine 8. John Fortescue Tmpey, aged 10, son of William I., drug 

broker, of Bow Lane. 
July 6. Thomas Cowper Hincks, aged 11, son of Thomas H, 

esquire, Charlton, Chester. 

Captain, 1804-6 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Brasennse College, Oxford, 
June 13, 1805 ; B.A. (2nd Class Classics), 1809 ; M.A. 1812. 

John Hincks, aged 10, son of Thomas H., esquire, 

Charlton, Chester. 
Moses Poole, aged 9, son of James P., gent, of Bear Y'ard, 

Lincolns Inn Fields. 
„ 15. Charles Arnold, aged 8, an orphan. 
„ 18. Charles Thompson, aged 9, son of William T., oilman, of 

Crown Street, St. Leonards, Shoreditch. 
„ 27. John Sparkhall, aged 9, son of Joseph S., dentist, of Downes 

Street, Piccadilly. 
„ 29. Josepli Fanner, aged 12, son of Joseph F., flour factor, of 

Upper Thames Street. 



1799] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 219 

Admitlcd. 

Aug. 13. John WooUam, aged 10, sou of Charles W., of Ely Place. 
„ 15. Thomas Mascer, aged 9, son of Thomas M., baker, of the 

Old Bailey. 
„ 17. Henry Soames, aged 14, son of Nathaniel S., shoe maker, 
of Ludgate Street. 

"Wadham College, Oxon ; B.A. 1807 ; M.A. 1810 ; Assistant to the 
High Master, St. Paul's School, 1809-14 ; Vicar of Stapleford Tawiiey, 
Essex, 1839 ; Kural Dean ; Chancellor of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1842 ; 
Bampton Lecturer, 1830 ; died 1860. Author oi An Enquiry into the 
Doctrines of the Anglo-Saxon Church (BamiJton Lectures), 1830, and 
The Anglo-Saxon Chtirch, 1835. 

,, 24. Charles Harper, aged 9, son of Thomas H., goldsmith, of 

Fleet Street. 
„ 26. Henry Joseph Blatch, aged 9, son of Widow B., of John- 
sons Court, Fleet Street. 
Sept. 19. John Moon, aged 10, son of Christopher M., watchmaker, 

of Holborn. 
Oct. 10. Benjamin Ashman Crosly (Crossley), aged 11, son of 

James C, Cambridge. 
„ 11. George Davise, aged 9, son of Mary D., of Craven Buildings, 

Strand. 
Nov. 20. James Head, aged 8, son of James H., coal merchant, of 

Fetter Lane. 
„ 26. Nathaniel Edmonds, aged 9, son of Luther E., attorney, of 

Crane Court, Fleet Street. 
„ 28. Joseph Davies, aged 11, fatherless, at Mr. Davies, Ely 

Place, attorney. 

1800 

Jan. 21. Edward Griffith, aged 10, son of William G., gent, 
Stanwell. 

Left in the Vlth in 1806, and entered as a Clerk in the Common 
Pleas Office ; Solicitor ; one of the Masters of H.M. Court of Common 
Pleas ; F.R>6. ; F.S.A. ; F.L.S. ; F.Z.S. ; and one of the founders of 
the Zoological Society ; Corresponding Member of the Academy of 
Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, U.S. ; died 1858. Author of The 
Animal Kingdom (based on Lc licgne Animal of Cuvicr), 15 Vols. 
(Whitaker), 1832 ; also works on Legal Antiquities. 

Edward Hornby Brooke, aged 10, son of James B., haber- 
dasher, of Bread Street, Cheapside. 

Richard James Gilpin, aged 9, son of Matthias G., special 
pleader, of Ludgate Hill. 
„ 27. Charles Johnson, aged 9, son of John J., of Wood Street. 

Jonathan Frederick Pollock, aged 16, son of Thomas P., 
Sadler, of Charing Cross. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1804-9 ; B.A. 
(Senior Wrangler), and Smith's Prizeman, 1806 ; Fellow of Trinity ; 
M.A. 1809 ; called to the Bar of Middle Temple, 1807 ; Commi.ssary 
of the University of Cambridge, 1824 ; King's Counsel, 1827 ; il.P. 
for Huntingdon," 1831 ; Attorney-General, 1834 ; knighted, 1834 ; 
again Attorney-General, 1841 : Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 
1844-1866 ; died 1870. Chairman of the Old Pauline Dinner on its 
revival in 1864. 



220 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1800 

Admitted. 

Feb. 3. Charles James Abraham, aj^ed 10, son of John A., linen 

draper, of High Street, Bloomsbury. 
„ 4. James Howell, aged 12, son of Joseph H., builder, of 

Bartletts Court Buildings, Holborne. 
,, 6. Richard Ehn, aged 11, son of George E., furrier, of Dean 

Street, Fetter Lane. 
„ 8. James Gordon Duff, aged 12, son of James D., merchant, 

of Finsbury Square. 
„ 28. James Robert Houghton, aged 10, son of James H., 

victualler, of Long Lane. 
Mar. 4. Edward Charles Bracebridge, aged 10, son of Edward B., 

watchmaker, of Clerkenwell. 
„ 5. Frederick Booth, aged 9, son of John B., printer, of Snow 

Hill. 
„ 10. John Carter, aged 10, son of James C, wine merchant, of 

Barbican. 
„ 24. Moy Thomas, aged 13, son of Moy T., attorney, of Bear- 
binder Lane. 
Solicitor; Vestry-Clerk of St. Mary Wolnotli ; died 1844. Author 

of The Law of Bills of Exchange, 1814. 

Apr. 23. Henry Brayley Wedlake, aged 9, son of Henry W., of 
St. James's, Clerkenwell. 

Mr. Edmund Green, Surveyor- Accountant, 
William Sharpe, Captain. 

Admitted October 29, 1793. 

May 5. Charles Molloy, aged 12, son of Richard M., merchant, of 
Lambeth Marsh. 
Francis Linch Humphries, aged 8, son of John H., carpenter, 

of Lower Marsh. 
William Leach, aged 12, son of Timothy L., baize factor, 
of Corbet Court, Gracechurch Street. 
„ 20. Robert Prowett, aged 12, son of John P., grocer, of Black 
Fryers Road. 
James Prowett, aged 10, son of John P., grocer, of Black 
Fryers Road. 
Juue 19. Charles Diggle, aged 11, son of Rev. Wadham D., rector of 
Esher, Surry. 

Ensign, 52nd Foot, 1804; Lieut. 1805; Captain, 1810; Major, 
1815 ; Lt.-Colonel, 1837 ; Captain of Cadets, Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst, 1820 ; Major-General, 1855. Pensioned for wounds received 
as Capt. of 52nd Regt. ; died 1862. 

„ 30. James Bain, aged 6, son of James B., bookseller. Mitre 
Court, St. Pauls Churchyard. 
July 7. Richard Wheeler Crowdy, aged 13, son of James C, 
attorney, Highworth, Wilts. 

Left about 1804; Solicitor; practised at Faringdon, Berks; three 
times Under Sheriff of Berks (in 1832, when the magistrates of Bristol 
were tried before a Berkshire Jury) ; died 1866. 



i8oo] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 221 

Admitted. 

July 22. William Thomas Simmons, aged 11, son of Francis S., 

painter. Bell Yard, Temple Barr. 
„ 23. William Cozens, aged 11, son of William C, of Southwark. 
„ 2-i. Robert Stacey Price, aged 8, son of Robert P., of St, 

Mildreds, Bread Street. 
„ 26. Henry Jones, aged 12, son of John J., attorney, Macliynlleth, 

Montgomery. 
Aug. 4. Tliomas Marshall, aged 11, son of Thomas M., wholesale 

linen draper, of Bucklersbury. 
„ 5. Richard James Baxter, aged 9, son of John B., coffeehouse 

keeper, of Drury Lane. 
„ 7. William Lyley, aged 8, son of widow L., Surry Street, 

Black fryers Road. 
„ 16. John Henry Thomas, aged 11, son of Moy T., attorney, of 

Bearbinder Lane. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1803 ; Trinity College, Oxford (but he never 
drew his Exhibition) ; Barrister-at-Law ; became of unsound mind and 
disappeared mj'steriously, 1834 ; and was never heard of again. Author 
of Coke upon Littleton with notes, 3 vols. 1818, and Coke's Reports, 
6 vols. 1826. 

Oct. 4. Joshua Paul Wanless, aged 9, son of John W., haberdasher, 
of Fore Street. 
„ 6. John Hugh Jones, aged 8, son of John J., gent, of Ludgate 
Hill. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1811, Trinity College, Cambridge. 
„ 15. Francis Gerard Tabert, aged 10, son of Benjamin T., 
printseller, of Dorrington Street, Cold Bath Fields 
Nov. 7. Richardson Harrison, aged 12. 
„ 19. Thomas Henry Johnson, aged 11, son of Thomas J., hair 

dresser, of Great Bell Alley, Coleman Street. 
„ 24. Richard Harris Barham, aged 11, son of Elizabeth Fox, 
Canterbury. 

Captain 1806-8, Pauline Exhibitioner, Brasenose College, Oxford ; 
B.A. 1811. Minor Canon, Cardinal, and Divinity Lecturer of St. 
Paul's Cathedral ; Eector of St. Augustine's with St. Eaith ; of St. Mary 
Magdalen with St. Gregory ; died 1846. Author of the Ingoldshy 
Legends. His life was published by his son K. H. D. B. , see Admissions, 
October 25, 1823. 

Dec. 9. William Henry Utlay, aged 12, son of John U., apothecary, 

Snaith, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. 
James Leonard Hoe, aged 7, son of James H., linen draper, 

of Cheapside. 
Thomas Stratford, aged 12, son of Richard S., gent, of 

Gowers Walk, "White Chapel. 
„ 15. John Dupuis Page, aged 9, son of John P., vicar choral of 

St. Pauls Cathedral. 
Thomas Hammond Fiske, aged 12, son of Jonathan F., 

bookseller, of "Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square. 



222 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1801 



1801 

Admi'tted. 

Jan. 3. Welbore Ellis, aged 11, son of Thomas E., esquire, of the 
Palatine House, Newington. 
„ 10. Philip Johnson Hurlock, aged 9, son of Joseph H., surgeon, 
of St. Pauls Churchyard. 

Surgeon. 

Joseph Hurlock, aged 12, son of Joseph H., surgeon, of 
St. Pauls Churchyard. 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1811 (2nd Class Classics); M.A. 1813 ; 
B.M. 1814; D.M. 1817. Chaplain to Sussex County Hospital, 
Brighton. 

John William Stirling, aged 10, son of John S., watch- 
maker, of Blue Coat Buildings, Christ Hospital. 

13. Kichard Norton, aged 11, son of the late James N., of 
New Bridge Stieet. 

17. Gavin Allan, aged 8, son of John A., stationer, of Nicholas 
Lane, Lombard Street. 

21. Philip Mayhew, aged 11, son of Augustin John M., attorney, 
of Garden Court, Lincolns Inn. 

23. John Nixon, aged 12, son of John N., silversmith, Charles 
Street, Hatton Garden. 

31. Samuel Woolley, aged 11, son of John W., of the East 
India House. 

Feb. 6. John James Cory, aged 10, son of John C, wine merchant, 
of Queen Street. 

Captain, 1808-9. Pauline (afterwards Campden) Exhibitioner, Trinity 
College, Camliridge. Perry Exhibitioner, 1810 — 1816 ; B.A. (Junior 
Op.) 1813 ; M.A. 1816 ; S.T.B. 18-23. Elected Fellow of Sidney Sussex 
College, 1817, on the nomination of the Fishmongers' Company, resigned 
1831 ; presented to the Vicarage of Aylsham, 1833, died August 
1834. 

„ 7. Robert Surman, aged 9, son of Widow S., of the Parish of 

Hackney. 
„ 17. Gilbert Dea, aged 10, son of Gilbert D., of Brunswick 
Street, Christchurch, Surry. 
Daniel Aiis, aged 10, son of Thomas A., of Cold Bath 
Fields. 
Mar. 18. John Bell Cole, aged 12, son of John C, of the Printing 
Office. 
Charles Langmore, aged 12, son of William L., esquire, of 
Hackney. 

Solicitor, practised in London, died 1821, aged 32. 
William Lamboll Bryant, aged 10, son of William B., of 
Ludgate Street. 
„ 20. John Hallward (Halward), aged 11, son of John H., clerk, 
Assington, near Boxford, Suffolk. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1807 ; Worcester College, Oxon, Scliolar, 1806; 
B.A. 1811 ; M.A. 1814 ; Fellow, 1812—1819; Rector of Swepstoue, 
Leicestershire ; deceased as Fellow 1819-20. 

April 4. Francis Edward Cawne, aged 11, son of Robert C, Mercers' 
Hall. 



i8oi] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 223 

Admilkd. 

Apr. 11. John Charles Williams, aged 11, son of Lloyd W., clerk, 
Whitchurch, in the connty of Southampton. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1809 ; Worcester College, Oxford, 1808 ; B.A. 
1812 ; M.A. 1815. 

Robert Bishop Peppin, aged 9, son of Samuel P., of Cornhill. 
John Fleming Sf. John, aged 11, son of John Francis 

Seymour, clerk, Worcester. 
Robert Warrand, aged 11, son of Alexander W., of Arundel 

Street. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1800-1 : — 
Thomas Elton Miller, left in 1801. 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. (Senior Op.) 1805 ; M.A. 1809. 
John Kirkman Miller, left in 1803. 

Son of Peter M., of Bockleton, Worcester ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1805-10 ; Scholar, 1805 ; B.A. (8th 
Wrangler), 1807. Sir William Brown's medallist, 1805, 1806 ; 
Chancellor's Medallist, 1807 ; M.A. 1810; Fellow of Trinity, 1808-20 ; 
Vicar of Walkeringham, Notts, 1819. 

John Miller, left in 1804. 

Worcester College, Oxford, Scholar, 1806 ; B. A. (First Class Classics) 
1808 ; Latin Essay Prize, 1810 ; Fellow of Worcester, 1810-23 ; 
M.A. 1811; Tutor; Bampton Lecturer", 1817; Vicar of Bockleton, 
Worcester; died 1864. 

Mr. Robert Johnson, Survey or- Accountant. 
William Sharpe, Captain. 

Adviilted October 29, 1793. 

Apr. 30. James Harper, aged 9, son of Thomas H., goldsmith, of 

Fleet Street. 
May 4. Thomas Bewick Beach, aged 11, son of Thomas B., coojoer, 
of New Street. 
„ 15. William White Moore, aged 11, son of Isaac M., hat 

merchant, of Goswell Street. 
„ 28. Richard Nock, aged 7, son of Richard N., gun maker, of 
Fleet Street. 
July 20. Robert Hurle, aged 4, son of Anna H., of Pentonville. 

Zachariah Edbury Prall, aged 10, son of Thomas P., of 

Blossoms Inn, Laurence Lane. 
George Marriott Woodhouse, aged 9, son of Mrs. W., widow, 

late of Breams Buildings, Chancery Lane. 
John Wilson, aged 11, son of Rev. William W., Shefford 
Magna, Berks. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1806 ; Trinity College, Oxford, May 15, 1806 ; 
First Class Classics, 1809; B.A. 1810; M.A. 1814 ; Scholar and Fellow 
of Trinity; B.D. 1826; Tutor; elected President of Trinity, 1850; 
F.S.A. ; resigned 1866 ; died July 8, 1873. 

George Edge, aged 8, son of George E., schoolmaster, of 
Gloucester, White Chapel Road. 



224 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1801 

Admitted. 

July 27. Matthew Concanen, aged 8, son of Matthew C, attorney, 

of Coleman Street. 
Sept. 10. William Frederick Wiltshire, aged 8, son of Richard W., 

gent, of Hatton Street. 
Oct. 14. Henry Remington Harris, aged 9, son of Joseph H., druggist, 

of St. Pauls Churchyard. 

Died on February 25, 1803. 

„ 19. James Preist, aged 9, son of James P., notary public, of 

Little Britain. 
„ 26. William Dimes, aged 10, son of William D., gentleman, of 

Parker Row, Dock Head. 
„ 27. Timothy Butler, aged 10, an orphan, Mr. Franks, No. 4, 

Smith Street, Westminster. 
„ 28. Nathaniel Morgan, aged 10, son of Moses M., of London 

Road, St. Georges Fields. 
„ 31. Charles Tomlins Whitfield, aged 12, son of Robert W., 

surgeon, of Beaufort Buildings, Strand. 
Nov. 2, Samuel Jones, aged 12, son of John J., coal merchant, of 

Black Fryers Road. 
John Walker, aged 11, son of John W., bookseller, of 

Paternoster Row. 
Dec, 16. Francis Thomas Donne, aged 11, son of Francis Thomas D., 

gent, Epping. 

1802 

Jan. 2. Francis William Pike, aged 13, son of John P., fan manu- 
facturer, of King Street, Bloomsbury. 
„ 9. Charles Cockney, aged 9, son of Charles C, gent, of Staples 
Inn. 
Charles King, aged 13, son of Rev. John K., rector of 
Witnesham, Suffolk. 

Probably C. K. of Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1809. 
Matthew Godmond Sarjeant, aged 11, son of the late 
Matthew S., timber znerchant. White Friars Dock. 

Queen's College, Oxford, admitted October 21, 1808 ; B.A. 1824 ; 
Third Class Classics. 

„ 25. Edmund Mills, aged 10, son of Edmund M., late of Stanton 
St. Bernard, Wilts. 
Thomas Marshall, aged 11, son of Thomas M.,of St. Stephens, 
Walbrooke. 
„ 29. Henry John Rush, aged 13, son of the late Roger R., gent, 
of St. Martin- in-the- Fields. 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1808; B.A. 1812; M.A. 1817; Rector 
of HoUington, Sussex. 

John Roger Rush, aged 10, son of the late Roger R., 
gent, of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 
Feb. 3. George Sime, aged 12, son of Hugh S., surgeon, of Lambeth 
Road. 



i8o2] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 225 

Admitted. 

Feb. 3. Matthew Richard Chessall, aged 14, son of Matthew C, 
attorney, of Essex Street, Strand. 
„ 13. Joseph Woolley, aged 11, son of John and Eliza W, 
„ 15. Henry Hawkins, aged 10, son of the late William H., 

oilshop, Wigniore Street. 
„ 20. John Chambers, aged 10, son of John C, of Watling 

Street. 
„ 27. John William Penterick, aged 12, son of William P., gent, 
of Staples Inn. 
Mar. 13. Thomas Richards, aged 11, son of James R., farmer, Aller, 
near Langport, Somerset. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1809 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. (St. John's College, Cambridge), 1813. 

William Swinton, aged 11, son of Anthony S., apothecary, 
of Salisbury Square, Fleet Street. 
„ 22. Charles Hinde, aged 8, son of Charles H., gent, of Bowling 

Green Lane, Clerkenwell. 
„ 25. John Maxwell, aged 8, son of John William M. 
Apr. 10. George Welchen, aged 8, son of Robert W,, attorney, of 
St. Mary, Islington, now of Furnivals Inn. 
„ 14. James Dowling, aged 12, son of Vincent D., bookseller, of 
Lincolns Inn Fields. 
Richard Godfrey, aged 12, son of Richard G., gent., of 
Lambeth. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1801—2 : — 
John Charles Partridge, left 1805—6. 

Mr. Henry Westcar, Surveyor- Accountant. 
Thomas Parker, Captcdn. 

Admitted July 12, 1795. 

May 28. Noah Henry Robley, aged 11, son of Noah R., of Covent 

Garden. 
June 23. William Warner, aged 6, son of William W., apothecary, of 

St. Giles's, Cripplegate. 
July 23. George Rayden, aged 11, son of John R., sexton, of Red 
Lion Street, White Chapel. 
„ 28. William Stiles Weston, aged 12, son of Ambrose W,, 
solicitor, of Fenchurch Street. 
Thomas David Parry, aged 13, son of Thomas P., gent, of 

Southampton Street. 
John EUis, aged 10, son of George E., attorney, of John 

Street, Blackfryers. 
Thomas Ellis, aged 10, son of George E., attorney, of John 

Street, Blackfryers. 
Edward Scargill, aged 11, son of Edward S., jeweller, of 
Coppice Row, Clerkenwell, 



22G SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1802 

Admitted. 

Aug. 3. William Joseph Little, aged 12, son of John L., gent, of 
Crutched Fryers. 
„ 12. William Jardine Purchas, aged 11, son of John P., gent, 

near Cambridge. 
„ 1.3. Charles Denziloe, aged 11, son of John D., goldsmith, 

Aldersgate Street. 
„ 21. Robert Dorset Neale, aged 6, son of Robert N., attorney, 
of Cliffords Inn. 
Sept. 13. Jolm Bellamy Bowes Luxford, aged 10, son of John- L., 

printer, of Salisbury. 
Oct. 20. Richard Rowland Faulkner, aged 11, son of William F., 

clerk, of Kirby Street, Hatton Garden. 
Nov. 6. Edmund Slingsby Sturmy, aged 10, son of George S., 
stationer, of Aldersgate Street. 
,, 10. Harry Hodson, aged 8, son of Edward H., printer, of Cross 
Street, Hatton Garden. 



1803 

Jan. 5. John Robert Payne, aged 11, son of Widow P., of Hyde 
Street, Bloomsbury. 
„ G. Joseph Smith, aged 9, son of William S., of the Post Office. 
„ 8. William Freer, aged 11, son of William F., baker, of George 
Street, Black Fryers. 
Thomas Freer, aged 8, son of William F., baker, of George 
Street, Black Fryers. 
„ 19. George Joseph Hossack, aged 10, son of John H., of 

St. Margarets, Westminster. 
,, 22. James Thomas Mutlow Hodges, aged 10, son of Thomas H., 
of the Custom House. 
Mar. 3. William Robert Tymms, aged 8, son of Thomas T., printer, 
of Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell. 
Charles Parker, aged 8, son of Reginald P., of Lambeth. 
John Giblett, aged 12, son of Robert G., upholder, of David 

Street, Berkley Square. 
John Butler Sanders, aged 11, son of Rev. John S., of 
Wilderness Row. 

Ti'inity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1813-16 ; 
B.A. 1816. 

„ 8. John Urquarhart, aged 10, son of John U., gent, of East 

India House. 
Charles York, aged 13, son of William Y., of New Ormond 

Street, Queens Square. 
„ 19. William Hance, aged 9, son of Thomas H., at No. 13, 

Savage Gardens. 
„ 22. Robert John Chippendall, aged 11, son of William C, 

attorney, of Great Queen Street, Lineolns Inn Fields. 
IMar. 25. George Hector Epaminondas Elworthy, aged 11, son of 

John E., clerk, of Bushes Row, City Road. 



i8o3] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 227 

Admitted. 

Mar. 25. Henry Alfred Elworthy, aged 9, son of John E., clerk, of 

Bushes Row, City Road. 
Apr. 15. Robert Davies, aged 9, son of Robert D., surgeon, of Shoe 

Lane, Holborn. 
,, 19. George Marshall, aged 9, son of Dorothy M., widow, of Wood 

Street, Cheapsid"e. 

Mr. William Edward Ward, Surveyor-Accountant. 
Thomas Cowper Hincks, Captain. 

Admitted Juhj 6, 1799. 

May 5. Thomas Peppin, aged 9, son of the late Samuel and 

Elizabeth P., coal dealer, of Suffolk Lane. 
„ 6. Samuel Penton Udall, aged 10, son of Thomas U., watch- 
maker, of Great New Street, Shoe Lane. 
George Stobbs, aged 12, son of Roger S., haberdasher, of 

Wardrobe Court, Doctors Commons. 
„ 7. Thomas Davies, aged 8, son of Nathaniel D., solicitor, of 

Lothbury. 
Thomas Egerton Brjiant, aged 8, son of Thomas B., trunk 

maker, of Ludgate Hill. 
„ 11. John Legay, aged 8, son of John L., accomptant, of Bald- 

wyns Court, Cloak Lane. 
„ 16. Frederick Voller, aged 15, son of Thomas V., tobacconist, 

of St. Pauls Churchyard. 
„ 23. George Frederick Whiteman, aged 8, son of George W., 

printer, of George Street, Battle Bridge. 
„ 27. Robert William Barber, aged 10, son of William B., an 

elder at East India Company's Warehouse, of Hoxton. 
July 1. Henry Duncan, aged 9, son of John D., gent, of Erie 

Street, Blackfryers. 
„ 20. James Francis 'Fisher Parker, aged 12, son of John P., wine 

cooper, of Charlotte Street, White Chapel. 
„ 28. John Charles Burrow, aged 10, son of John B., gent, of 

Hoxton, 
Aug. 10. Frederick Thomas Walsh, aged 8, son of Frederick Thomas 

W., gent, of the Post Office. 

Bo3's admitted not on the Foundation, 1803—4 : — 

Charles Baseley, left 1805-6. 
John Rennie, left 1804-5. 

Is this a mistake for George, son of John Eennie, the ceh^brated 
engineer, who is said to have been educated at St. Paul's School ? his 
younger brother (afterwards Sir John II.), was not at St. Paul's School. 
George Rennie was also a diitinguislied engineer, much employed by 
the Russian Government ; F.R.S. 18'2-2 ; died 1866. 

John William Beeswank, left 1804—5. 
William Buckland, left 1804-5. 

Q 2 



228 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1804 

1804 

Mr. William Lane, Survcyor-AccG'untant. 
Thomas Cowper Hincks, Captain. 

Admitted July 6, 1799. 
Admitted. 

June 28. John Marshall, aged 12, son of John M., bookseller, of 

Aldermary Churchyard. 
July 21. John Livingstone, aged 11, son of John L., printer, of 
Fetter Lane. 
John Rider, aged 10, son of John E.. {deceased), printer, 
Little Britain. 
„ 31 . Francis Yates, aged 7, son of Francis Y. , farmer, Barrow, Salop. 
William Kynaston, aged 13, son of John K., hosier, of 
Newgate Street. 
See October 4, 1804 

Henry Goode, aged 11, son of Revd. William G., of St. 
Andrews Hill, Blackfriars. 

Eleazar AUwood, aged 8, son of Thomas A., carver and 
gilder, of New Church, in the Strand. 

John Ebenezer Allwood, aged 7, son of Thomas A., carver 
and gilder, of New Church, in the Strand. 

Charles Julius Roberts, aged 9, son of Samuel R., floor- 
cloth manufacturer, of Fleet Market. 

Studied medicine London and Edinburgh ; M.D. 1820 ; L.R.C.P. 
London, 1821 ; F.R.C.P. ; practised in London ; F.R.S. ; died 1851 ; 
Author of Hints on the Domestic Management of Children. 

Henry Fountain, aged 10, son of Henry F., salesman, of 

Newgate Market. 
Benjamin Keen, aged 9, son of Anna Maria K., widow. 

Captain, 1809-11 ; Camjiden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1813-15 ; B.A. 1816. 

Aug. 11. Moses Allen, aged 13, son of Joseph A., farmer, late of 

Hagbourn, Berks. 
William Henry Piper Midhurst, aged 11, son of William 

Henry M., of St. Clements Danes. 
James Cooper, aged 10. 

Appears as Captain in the Entrance Register, 1812-13 ; Campden 
Exhibitioner. Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1816-20; 
B.A. (First Senior Op.) 1817 ; M.A. 1820 ; Usher, St. Paul's School, 
1824 ; appointed to teach Mathematics, September 17, 1835 ; Third 
Master, 1838; resigned 1861 ; died 1875. 

George Bryan, aged 10, son of John B., printer, of Grocers 

Alley, Poultry. 
Thomas Glover Kensit, aged 9, son of Henry K., gent, of 

Skinners Hall. 

Solicitor ; Clerk to the Skinners Company for fifty years ; still 
living (1883). 

John Forster, aged 11, son of Andrew F., of Lambeth. 
Edward Forster, aged 13, son of Andrew F., of Lambeth. 
Aug. 11. Jolm Scargill, aged 11, son of John S., of St. James's, 
Westminster. 

Solicitor ; died cirm 1872. 



i8o4] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 229 

Admitted. 

Aug. 11. James Phillips, aged 10, son of Richard P., lighterman, 

Hungerford. 
Oct. 4, John Corrie Hudson, aged 8, son of Thomas H., of the 

Stamp Office. 

Entered tlie Legacy Department, Somerset House ; died about 1879. 

William Kynaston; aged 13, son of John K., hosier, of 
Newgate Street. 
See July 31, 1804. 

„ 5. David Henry Flack, aged 11, son of Henry F., school- 
master, of Broad Street, St. James's. 

„ 6. Thomas Stroud, aged 8, son of Thomas S., haberdasher, of 
Ludgate Street. 
Charles George Dixon, aged 9, son of George D., of St. 
Martin-in-the-Fields. 

„ 23. Daniel Spencer Mason, aged 11, son of the late Spencer M., 
baker, Old Street Square. 
Dec. 22, Robert Rowley, aged 9, son of Robert R., surgeon, of High 
Street, Borough. 



1805 

Jan. 20. Joseph Bensley, aged 10, son of Thomas B., printer, of 
Bolt Court, Fleet Street. 
John Burton, aged 11, son of John B., Wells, Norfolk. 
William Henry Lingard, aged 8, son of John L., umbrella 

maker, of Cheapside. 
John James Hood Lingard, aged 12, son of John L., 

umbrella maker, of Cheapside. 
William Henry Beaurain, aged 12, son of William Henry 
B., of St. Botolphs, Bishopsgate. 
„ 24. Adolphus Pugh Johnson, aged 11, son of Robert J., 
esquire, of Gower Street. 

Subsequently Surveyor- Accountant of St. Paul's School, 1837. 
John Vesie, aged 15, son of Edward V. (deceased). 
Feb. 11. James Obrien Bourchier, aged 7, son of John B., Green- 
wich. 
Mar. 14. Andrew Mackay, aged 11, son of Andrew M., LL.D., of 
George Street, Great Tower Hill. 
„ 28. William Henry Selward, aged 9, son of William S., of Bolt 
Court, Fleet Street. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1804-5 : — 
Edward Forster. 

See Foundationers, August 11, 1804. 

Feb. 18. James Peto. 

Is found in the Vllth Class in the Apposition List for 1806 ; 
St. John's College, Cambridge, 1808 ; migrated to Trinity Hall, 
January 28, 1809 ; LL.B. 1814. 



230 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1805 



Mr. John Paterson, Surveyor-Accountant. 
Thomas Cowper Hincks, Captain. 

AdmittcdJuhj 6, 1799. 
Admitted. 

Aug. 8. Richard Bentley, aged 10, son of Edward B., bookseller, of 
Paternoster Row. 

Publisher iu Ordinary to Her Majesty ; died 1871. 

Charles Wesley, aged 11, son of Samuel W. 

William Horsley Rowley, aged 13, son of Rev. Dr. Rowley 

(deceased). 
Samuel Price, aged 10, son of Richard P., merchant, late 

of King Street, Cheapside. 
Joshua Russell, aged 9, son of Arch. R., attorney, of Lant 

Street, South wark. 
George James Abram, aged 7, son of John A., law stationer, 

of Middle Temi^le. 
„ 17. John Butt, aged 10, son of William B., gent, of the 

Temple. 
Nov. 16. Richard Jones, aged 10, son of John J., gent, of John 

Street, Black Fryers. 
Henry Jones, aged 9, son of John J., gent, of John Street, 

Black Fryers. 
Alfred Beetham, aged 11, son of Edward B., of Fleet 

Street. 
„ 26. Samuel Hawkes, aged 11. 

Captain, 1813-14 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1816-21 ; B.A. (12th "Wrangler) 1818 ; M.A. 1821 ; Fellow of Trinitj-, 
and Dean ; Chaplain at Rotterdam ; died at Antigua, March 11, 1829, 
aged 35 ; Monument in Trinity Chapel. 

From this point, till March 1806, only the names of the boys 
are entered in the Registers preserved at Mercers' Hall. 

Nov. 26. James Currie, aged 8. 

William Douglass, aged 8. 
„ 29. Edward Peall, aged 12. 
Dec. 23. Joshua Povah, aged 9. 

1806 

Jan. 13. Robert William Williams, aged 13. 

Henry Huntley J. Lediard, aged 11. 
„ 1.5. Robert S my the, aged 11. 
„ 17. Alwood Henry Smith, aged 11. 

James Hawkins Hughes Mansfield, aged 11. 

Gildon Manton, aged 16. 
„ 18, George Beaurain, aged 11. 
„ 23. Howel David Sarel, aged 12. 

Edmund Mitchell, aged 8. 
Feb. 6. Frederick John Taylor, aged 10. 



i8o6] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 231 

Admitted. 

Feb. 8. George Dodsworth, aged 9. 
„ 12. Edward James Mathews, aged 8. 
„ 25. John Rigby Hind, aged 9. 
March 4. John Hamilton Reynokls, aged 11. 
„ 5. Daniel Bulmer Beal, aged 12. 
„ 13. John Burls, aged 8.* 
„ 19. George Philip Simpson, aged 9. 
William Grant. 

This name is omitted in the Register of this year ; he appears in 
the Ilird class in 1806, and in all lists up to 1812, when he was 4th in 
Vlllth class, and proceeded as Pauline Exhibitioner to Triuity College, 
Cambridge ; B.A. 1816. 

Boys admitted not on the Foundation, 1805— G : — 

Henry Smith. 

He probably left before May 6, 1806, when the Registers preserved 
in the School Library begin. 

Here begins the first volume of the Registers preserved in St. Paul's 
School Library ^ : — 

R. H. Barham, Capitaneo. 

Admitted November 24, 1800. 

May 6. Anthony Gordon, aged 11, son of Anthony G., gent, 
Pimlico. 

Captain, 1811-12 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1813-15; B.A. (Junior Op.), 1815; 
Conduct Fellow (Chaplain) Trinity. 

„ 20. Thomas Sanders, aged 11, son of John Butler S., clergyman, 
Wilderness Row. 
Edmund Pink, aged 10, son of Richard P., gent, Bognor, 

Sussex. 
John Pink, aged 7, son of Richard P., gent, Bognor, 
Sussex. 
June 3. James Philip •Webster, aged 10, son of John W., gardener, 
Windsor. 
„ 6. Richard Bremridge, aged 11, son of Richard B., attorney. 

Dyer's Buildings. 
„ 23. Edward Savage Bailey, aged 11, son of George B., lawyer, 
Holies Street. 

Left in the Vlllth, 1810; Attorney and Solicitor to the West 
Middlesex "Water Works ; jiractised in Berners Street ; Mendier of 
Council of Incorporated Law Society, 1853 ; A' ice-President, 1864 ; 
President, 1865 ; died 1870. 

July 26, Henry Cooper, aged 9, son of George C, surgeon, Hadham, 

Herts. 
„ 29. Henry Bunn, aged 8, son of • , merchant, Gt. Surrey 

Street. 
„ 81. James Sharp, aged 9, son of William S., pastry cook, 

Cheapside. 

* The.'ic Registers do not contain the they will be found up to 1876 in Appen- 
names of the Survevors-Accountant, but dix C. 



232 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1806 

Admitted. 

Aug. 4. Thomas Howe, aged 13, son of , attorney, Winchester 

Place. 
John Pollock, aged 14, son of , sadler, Charing Cross, 

Left about 1811 ; Registrar of the London Court of Bankruptcy ; 
died 1873. 

„ 7. George Washington Fisher, aged 7, son of John F., gent, 

Thornhaugh Street. 
„ 8. Benjamin Bowtell, aged 10, son of Richard B., collector, 

Pentonville. 
„ 9, Frederick Leffler, aged 11, son of James Henry L., musician, 

Lainbeth. 
Isaac William Vale, aged 11, son of Isaac V., stockbroker, 

Bishopsgate Street. 
„ 11. David Scott Kinlock Maclaurin (Maclaurien), aged 11, son 

of James D. M., physician, Park Street. 
John Cook, aged 12, son of — C, printer. Fetter Lane. 
„ 15. Henry Young, aged 11, son of , gent. Frith Street, 

Soho. 

„ 19. George Salmon, aged 17, son of , attorney, Bath. 

Captain (May to July, 1809), Clare Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1813 ; 

M.A. 1816. 

Sept. 23. Nicholas Ledwich, aged 10, son of Nicholas L., attorney, 
Baldwins Court. 
„ 27. Benjamin Woolley, aged 12, son of — W., clerk, India 

House. 
„ 30. George Spalding, aged 9, son of Ge. S., gent, Pentonville. 
William Spalding, aged 8, son of Geo. S., gent, Pentonville. 
*John Vade, aged 9, son of , druggist, Cornhill. 

Admitted on to the Foundation, May 13, 1808. 

Oct. 21. Richard Allen, aged 11, son of William A., farmer, Harley, 
Shropshire. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1813, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1816 ; B.A. 1817. 

„ 22. John Mark Williams, aged 8, son of Robert W., surgeon, 
Stockwell. 
Dec. 15. Charles Reuben Ridley, aged 10, son of Joseph R., shoe- 
maker, St. Pauls Churchyard. 
Frederic Henry Ridley, aged 8, son of Joseph R., shoe- 
maker, St. Pauls Churchyard. 

1807 

Jan. 8. Richard Andrews, aged 9, son of Thomas A., clerk, Hoxton. 

„ 27. Henry Hartley Hicks, aged 11, son of , apothecary, 

Hackney. 

* James Chandler, aged 11, son of , woollendraper, 

St. Pauls Churchyard. 

• From this point Boys admitted, not on date up to 1814, when the admission of 
the Foundation, are marked thus and in- non-Foundationers ceased entirely, 
serted in their proper places according to 



i8o7] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 233 

Admitted. 

Feb. 12. *George Howard, aged 14, son of , coal merchant, 

Charlotte Street, Blackfriars. 
„ 16. John Saint Mawe, aged 10, sou of John M., mineralogist, 
Tavistock Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1815, Triuity College, Cambridge ; roiTV 
Exhibitioner, 181i)-19 ; B.A. 1819. 

Walter McDowal(l), aged 10, son of Walter McD., printer, 
Pemberton Row. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1815, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; 
Stock and Sykes Exhibitioner, 1815 ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1818 ; 
printer ; died 1865. 

GuEtavus Taylor, aged 13, son of , attorney, Feather- 
stone Buildings. 

Mar. IG. Frederick Philipse Robinson, aged 10, son of , Lieut.- 

CoL, Pimlico. 

There is a book in St. Paul's School Library, Poems delivered at 
St. Paul's School in 1807 bij F. P. R. 

„ 22. Benjamin Curwen, aged 8, son of Dan. C, lawyer, Islington. 
Apr. 7. Joseph Dowling, aged 9, son of Vincent D., gent, Salisbury 
Square. 
„ 22. James Gubbins Fowler, aged 8, son of Thos. F., clerk, Hoxton. 

R. H. Barham, Cajntaneo.'^ 

Admitted November- 24, 1800. 

May G. Thomas Hennah, aged 6, son of Henry H., teaman, Arundel 
Street. 
„ 11. Alfred Price, aged 9, son of Robert P., draper, Old Chano-e. 
„ 13. Robert Leighton, aged 12, son of Thomas L., o-rocer, 
Andersons Buildings. 
July 21. Benjamin Burge, aged 11, son of John B., gent, Bath. 

William Franklin, aged 8, son of Arthur F., stationer, 
Holborp. 
„ 24. William Haydon, aged 10, son of William H., clergyman, 

Pentonville. 
„ 27. Walter Medhurst, aged 11, son of William M., innkeeper, 
Ross, N.B. 

Scrub (i.e. bottom boy) of the Vlllth Apposition, 1812 ; eminent mis- 
sionary in China and Translator of the Scriptures (note on Presentation). 

„ 28. Thomas Lowe, aged 12, son of James L., clerk in the India 
House, Queen Street. 
James Lowe, aged 11, son of James L., clerk in the India 

House, Queen Street. 
Alexander Ross, aged 14, son of Alexander R., barber 
Bishopsgate Street. 

Said to have entered H.E.LC. service. 

John Matthews, aged 13, son of John M., fishmono-er 
Holywell Street. 

1 He was the fii\st Captain who received was continued annually to 1876. 
the grant of 30 guineas on leaving, which 



234 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1807 

Admitted. 

July 28. William Matthews, aged 11, son of Jolm M., fislimoDger, 
Holywell Street. 
„ 30. Chax-lton Lane, aged 10, son of William L., gent, Croydon. 

In the VI 1 1 til, 1812-16 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College ; 
migrated to Jesus College, Cambridge ; Exhibitioner (Mrs. Kobinson's), 
1816 ; B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1823 ; Vicar of St. Mark's, Kenniugton, 
1832-64 ; Surveyor- Accountant of St. Paul's School, 1862 ; Vicar of 
Hampstead, 1864 ; Gresliam Professor of Phetoric ; died 1875. 

Aug. 4. Charles Nottidge, aged 11, son of John N., clergyman, Essex. 
Charles Bryant, aged 10, son of William B., trunk maker, 
Ludgate Hill. 

Oct. 7. Joseph Stevens, aged 12, son of , schoolmaster, 

St. Brides. 
„ 17. * Joshua Piatt, aged 13, son of , lawyer, Blackfriars. 

In the Vlllth, 1809. 

„ 19. Henry Twigg, aged 11, son of Joseph T., muslin manufac- 
turer, St. Pauls, 
Dec. 5. William Swan, aged 11, son of James S., printer, Salisbury 
Square. 

„ 16. William Fisher, aged 7, son of William F., gent, Thorn- 
haugh Street. 

„ 22. Alvara Lofthouse Slater, aged 15, son of , merchant 

Jamaica. 

„ 23. Samuel Woodward, aged 10, son of Joseph Richards, 
publican. Fleet Street. 

1808 

Jan. 12. Richard William Morrice, aged 8, son of Owen M., haber- 
dasher, Ludgate Hill. 

Left in 1814 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, 1826 ; B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 
1836 ; Vicar of Hoddesdon, Herts, 1843-81 ; died 1881. 

„ 18. James Hildyard, aged 9, son of James H,, calico glazer, 
Bell Yard. 
Feb. 4. Thomas Beckwith, aged 10, son of John B., farmer, Fram- 
lingham, Norfolk. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1817, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1817. 

Samuel Hill, aged 11, son of Isaac H., hatter, Strand. 
(William) Isaac Hill, aged 9, son of Isaac H., hatter. Strand. 
„ 5. Robert Coghlan, aged 9, son of Robert C. (deceased), 

Margate. 
„ 10. Thomas Gore, aged 11, son of Israel G., chorister of the 

Chapel Royal, Walcot Place. 
„ 22, Edmund Goldsmith, aged 11, son of Jacob G., schoolmaster, 

Charles Street. 
„ 25. Charles (James) Jones, aged 11, son of John J., attorney, 

Ludgate Hill. 
„ 27. Samuel Viveash, aged 9, son of Simeon V., clothier, 

Islington. 



i8o8] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 235 



Admitted. 

Mar. 3. Charles Ramsbotliam, aged 9, son of John R., surgeon, 

Paternoster Row. 
April 2. Edward George Beckwith, aged 13, son of Edward James 

B., rector of St. Albans, Wood Street. 

Mugdaleu College, Oxon (Bible Clerk) ; B.A. 1818 ; M.A. 1823 ; 
Minor Canon of Sjt. Paul's, 1826 ; Minor Canon of Wi-stminster ; 
Rector of St. Michael's, Bassisliaw, London, 1835 ; died 1856. 

„ 5. Thomas Charles Hudson, aged 8, son of Thomas Charles 

H., clerk, Stangate Street, Lambeth. 
„ 9. Arthur Steele, aged 8, son of John S., stockbroker, Albion 

Street. 

In the Vlllth Apposition, 1813-14. 

J. J. Cory, Capitaneo. 

Admitted February 6, 1801. 

May 13. ^Jolm Knox Vade, aged 11, son of John V., druggist, Cornhill. 
Admitted non-foundationer, Sep. 30, 1806 ; in the Vlllth Appo- 
sition, 1814. 

„ 20. William Burt, aged 8, son of William B., oil merchant, 
162, Tooley Street. 
June 9. Charles Barton, aged 11, son of Charles B., counsellor, 
9, Carey Street. 
„ 17. William Gurney, aged 12, son of William G., rector of 
St. Clements Danes. 

St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1816 ; M.A. 1818. 
John Philhps Gurney, aged 11, son of William G., rector of 
St. Clements Danes. 

Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1834 ; Chaplain of 
Black Chapel, Great Walthara, Essex ; Vicar of Great Canfield, Essex, 
1822 ; Author of numerous tracts on the Apocalypse ; died c. 1872. 

July 28. James Lansdown, aged 9, son of James L., attorney, Temple. 

Aug. 8. James Bonner, aged 9, son of John B., sheriff's officer, 
2, Wood Street, Spitalfields. 
„ 19. Pigot Speneer Eugene Pemberton, aged 11, son of Henry 

P., late M.P., Brompton Row. 
„ 20. John Ivey Wadsworth, aged 11, son of John W., haber- 
dasher, Smithfield. 

Sep. 27. John James Dimes, aged 10, son of William D., attorney. 
Tabernacle Walk. 

Oct. 25. Robert William Urling, aged 12, son of late George U., 
Manor Street. 

Nov. 3. Edward Morton, aged 9, son of John M., artist, Eaton 
Street, Pimlico. 

Campdeu Exhibitioner, 1818 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
(AV rangier), 1822 ; M.B. 1822 ; M.L. 1825 ; M.D. 1831. 

„ 7. John Samuel Phillips, aged 9, son of Samuel P., officer. 
Middle Temple. 

Left 1814 ; Law Stationer ; ilemberof Metropolitan Board of Works, 
1857, died 1879. 

* Here the wording of the Presentation is to rank the boy in such Class (instead of 
changed ; and the High Master is directed Form), as he shall think fit. 



236 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1808 

Admitted. 

Nov. 12. Henry Lownds, aged 10, son of Thomas L., muslin 

manufacturer, Wood Street. 
„ 16. William Henry Smith, aged 12, son of Ralph S., horse 

dealer, London Wall. 
„ 28. William Finer, aged 10, son of William F., cabinet maker, 

Camomile Street. 
Dec. 2. William John Clayton, aged 13, son of — , (deceased), gent, 

Abchurch Lane. 
„ 5. Thomas Henry Jones, aged 10, son of John J., clerk, 

Camden Town. 

Injured his .spine in a trial of strengtli about the year 1812, and 
died about 1819. 

„ 14. Henry Richard Williams, aged 9, son of Peter W., straw 

hat manufacturer, Ludgate Hill. 
Frederic Silk, aged 13, son of — , bricklayer, Clerkenwell. 
„ 20. John Bidden (Biddle), aged 13, son of Thomas B., button 

maker, Drury Lane. 

1809 

Jan. 10. Frederic Price, aged 9, son of Robert P., callico printer. 
Old Change. 
„ 16. Francis Henry Ramsbotham, aged 8, son of John R., 
surgeon, 9, Old Jewry. 

F.R.C.P. 1845. 

„ 20. Thomas Hacket, aged 13, son of William H., Nicholas 

Lane. 
„ 23. William Harding, aged 11, son of William H., clerk, 
Bermondsey Square. 
Samuel Goujon, aged 13, son of Samuel G., hat manu- 
facturer, Newgate Street. 
„ 26. Richard Thompson, aged 13, son of Richard T., assay 
office. Goldsmith's Hall, London Road. 
Joseph Dare, aged 11, son of George D., ivory turner, Carey 
Lane, Forster Lane. 
„ 28. *William Singleton Folgham, aged 13, son of the late 

— F., of Union Place, Lambeth. 
„ 31. William John Byam, aged 9, son of late William B., 39, 
Bucklersbury. 
John William Fisher Curtis, aged 10, son of John C, 
proctor. Great Knightrider Street. 
Feb. 10. Thomas Metcalfe Currie, age 9, son of James C, merchant, 
John Street, America Square. 
Milford William Edwards, aged 13, son of Thomas E., coal 
merchant, 25, Dean Street, Tooley Street. 
„ 16. Alexander Drummond, aged 13, son of Alexander D., lottery 

office keeper, Fleet Street. 
„ 21. Robert Holland, age 12, son of Robert H,, clerk, Hoxton. 
Edward Holland, aged 11, son of Robert H., clerk, Hoxton. 



l8o9] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL 237 

A dmitted. 

March 1. Isaac Mead (Meade), aged 11, son of Isaac M., clerk. Bow 
Churchyard. 
„ 4. Sotherton Backler, aged 10, son of Sotherton B., navy 
accountant. Apothecaries Hall. 

Pauline E.xhibitioner, 1817 ; St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1822; M.A. 184^; Rector of Blatlierwyke, Northants, 1838, and 
Rural Dean ; died c. 1876. 

Samuel Hallett, aged 11, son of Samuel H., farmer, West 
Chilboro, Dorset. 

Died 1818. 

„ 9. Robert Banks, aged 10, son of late Robert, shoemaker, 297, 

Oxford Street. 
„ 13. Henry George Dalley, aged 9, son of Francis M. D., lace 

manufacturer, 17, Lawrence Lane. 
Philip James Lovegrove, age 10, son of Philip L., gi'ocer, 

Windsor. 
„ 27. Peter Palmer, aged 10, son of Peter P., tea dealer, 71, 

Leather Lane. 

G. Salmon, Capitanco. 

Admitted August 19, 1806. 

May 2. Draper B. Woodward, aged 9, son of Samuel W., 8, Fleet 
Street. 
„ 8. Francis Goode, aged 11, son of Francis G., Rector of 
St. Anns, Blackfriars. 

Captain 1815-16: Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1818-23 ; Bell Scholar, 1817 ; B.A. (7th Wriing- 
ler), 1820 ; M.A. Fellow of Trinity: took orders and went to India 
in the service of the Church ^Missionary Society. 

„ 5. Richard Peter Wilson, aged 12, son of Peter W., cook, 
218, White Cross Street, Finsbury Square. 

„ 8. William Iliff, aged 11, son of William I., surgeon, 
5, Houodsditch. 
Frederick Iliff, aged 9, son of William I., surgeon. Hounds- 
ditch. 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1826 ; D.D. 1838; 
Vicar of Galeforth, Yorks, 1862 ; Editor of Biblia Ecclcmc Polyglotta ; 
Eexapla Paaltcr ; died c. 1868. 

„ 2G. AVilliam Wildes, aged 15, son of Thomas W,, attorney, 
Maidstone, Kent. 

B. Keen, Capitaneo. 

Admitted July 31, 1804. 

July 24. George Miller, aged 13, son of George M., wine merchant. 

King Street, Bloomsbury. 
„ 27. Benjamin Smedley, aged 11, son of John S., attorney. 

Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell. 
„ 29. John Minors, aged 9, son of Daniel M. (deceased), Great 

Ormond Street, 



238 SOHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1809 

AdmiUed. 

AuCT. 4. Richard Hisjcrs, asjed 14, sou of Ricliard H., "ent, North- 
ockingdon Hall, Essex. 
„ 7. John Wescott Keeton, aged 11, son of Thomas K., carpenter 

and builder, Castle Street, Oxford Market. 
„ 10. William Gilbee, aged 10, son of James G., gent. West 

Thorock, Essex. 
„ 18. George Malcolm, aged 10, son of James M., land agent, 

Holborn Court, Grays Inn. 
„ 22. George Viveash, aged 8, son of Simeon V., clothier, Islington. 
Sep. 25. Henry James Norris, aged 13, son of James N., wine; 

merchant, Bury Place, Bloomsbury. 
Oct. 1. Langston Ollivant, aged 11, son of WilliamO., Navy Office, 
Smith Street, Northampton Square. 
Alfred Ollivant, aged 11, son of William 0., Navy Office, 
Smith Street, Northampton Square. 

Captain 1816-17 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambriilo;p, 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1819-1824; Craven Scholar, 1820; B.A. (6th 
Wrangler) 1821 ; Chancellor's Medallist, 1821 ; Tyrwhitt's Scholar, 
1822 ; Members' Prize, 1822-1823; Fellow of Trinity, M.A. 1824; 
B.D. and D.D. 1836 ; Vice-Principal of Lampeter, 1827-1843 ; Eegins 
Professor of Divinity, Cambridge, 1843-1850 ; Bishop of Llandaff, 
1849 ; author of an Analysis of the Text of the Hifstory of Joseph, 
1828 ; and numerous tracts and episcopal charges ; died Dec. 16, 1882. 
First President of the " Old Pauline Club." 

„ 2. Richard Buckle Hennah, aged 7, son of Henry H., clerk at 

Twinings, Arundel Street, Strand. 
„ 9. James Cathcart, aged 13, son of Peter C, law stationer, 
Chancery Lane. 
Robert Cathcart, aged 9, son of Peter C, law stationer, 
Chancery Lane. 
,, 31. William Evans Burton, aged 7, son of George B., printer, 
Fetter Lane. 
Nov. 10. John Thomas Robinson, aged 12, son of John R., lawyer, 

Peacock Street. 
Dec. 6. George Hallam, aged 11, son of George H., wine merchant, 
Old Street. 
„ 18. Alexander John Mulholland, aged 8, son of John M., 
architect, Lambeth. 

1810 

Jan. 9. James Spark, aged 11, son of James S., druggist, Doctors 

Commons. 
„ 16. William Thomas Horatio Nile Nelson Hicks, aged 11, son 

of John H., late of Wycombe, Bucks. 
„ 22. Henry James Hastings, aged 11, son of James H., rector 

of Martley, Worcester. 

Captain 181 4-15 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinitv College, Cambridge, 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1816-19; Scholar of Trinitv, B.A. (Senior Op.) 
1819; M.A. 1822; Rector of Areley Kings, Worcester, 1831-56; 
Rector of Martley, Worcester, 1856 ; Rural Dean, Hon. Canon of 
Worcester, 1848 ; died, 1875 ; author of Parochial Sermons, 1845-46, 
and other tracts and sermons. 



iSio] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 239 



Admitted. 

Jan. 23. Benjamin John Allingham, aged 10, son of Benjamin A., 
sheriff's officer, Gough S(]uare. 
„ 24'. John Powell, aged 14, son of John P., Comedian, Drury 

Lane Company, Adelphi. 
„ 29. William Finley, aged 11, son of John F., broker, Melford 
Suffolk. 
Feb. 12. James Doughty, aged 11, son of John D., coal merchant, 
Broseley, Shropshire. 
John Boote James, aged 10, son of William J., suro-eon, 
Gerard Street, Leicester Square. 
,, 22. *Samuel Piatt, aged 13, son of — , lawyer, Blackfriars. 
„ 28. William Wilkinson, aged 13, son of Lawrence W., attorney, 
Rolls Buildings. 
Mar. 5. Benjamin Treasure, aged 11, son of Isaac T., printer, 
Charles Street, Covent Garden. 
„ 17. Robert Davy, aged 8, son of Robert D., barber, Saffron Hill. 
„ 21<. William Palfrey, aged 10, son of William P., bricklayer, 
Cambridge. 

In the Ylllth, 1810. 

„ 26. Francis Walsh, aged 10, son of Francis W., Bartholomew 
Close. 

Captain, 1817-18 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. 1822. 

Benjamin Wilham Weeding, aged 11, son of James W,, 
steward of Furnivals Inn. 

Panline Exhibitioner, 1819 ; Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1824. 

„ 29. Robert Ford, aged 11, son of Robert F., clerk, Pentonville. 

Apr. 4. William King, aged 11, son of William K. , tinman. Union 

Court, Holborn Hill. 

„ 7. George Thomas James Scott, aged 10, son of George S., 

flour factor. Old London Street. 
„ 14. James Hawkings, aged 10, son of James H., clerk. Cross 

Street, Blackfriars. 
„ 30. John Dudclell, aged 11, son of Richard Middleton D., 
apothecary, Bures, Suffolk. 
May 21. Henry Dannenberger, aged 18, son of Benedict D., book 
keeper. Tabernacle Walk. 
„ 23. George Wilson Prince, aged 14, son of William P. {deceased), 
Kenninghall. 
June 5. Erasmus Ollivant, aged 7, son of William 0., Navy Office, 
Dyers Buildings, Holborn. 
Died young. 

William Solory Grey, aged 7, son of James G., grocer. Cock 
Hill, Ratchff. 
„ G. Thomas Woodward Gardner, aged 11, son of Thomas G., 
clergyman, Willen, Bucks. 

Christ Church, Oxford; B.A. 1822; Vicar of Ashcndon with 
Dorton, Bucks, 1845 ; ? died 1871. 

„ 11. Henry Stokes, aged 11, son of John S., printer. Hind Court, 
Fleet Street. 



2-10 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1810 



B. Keen, Capitaneo. 

Admitted July 31, 1804. 
Admitted. 

July 11. George Henry Davidson, aged 10, son of George D., printer, 
Boswell Court. 
„ 16. Edward Marklow Hunt, aged 10, son of James H., attorney, 

Surrey Street, Strand. 
„ 18. Samuel Harton, aged 8, son of Samuel H., collector, Hyde 
Street, Bloom sbury. 

Became master of a private School ; was living in 1879. 

„ 21. John Young McFarlane, aged 13, son of Andrew M., book- 
binder, Poppins Court, Fleet Street. 
„ 24. John Thomas Gurney, aged 10, son of Robert G. (deceased), 
Shoemaker Row, Blackfriars. 
James Buncombe, aged 11, son of Brandreth D., chymist, 
Fleet Street. 
Oct. 2. William Robinson Chamberlain, aged 10, son of — 
(deceased), artist, City Road. 
Humphrey Jackson Chamberlain, aged 10, son of — 

(deceased), artist, City Road. 
James Charles Jackson Chamberlain, aged 9, son of — 
(deceased), artist, City Road. 
,, 3. Edward Spencer, aged 11, son of Edward S., stock broker, 

Perceval Street, Goswell Street. 
„ 8. Ephraim Hemings Snoad, aged 11, son of George S., grazier, 
Brenzett, Kent. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1817 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1817 ; B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 1825; said to have been 
musical and played the flute ; became crippled in both legs. 

„ 10. Richard Ryan, aged 11, son of Richard R., bookseller, 

Oxford Street. 
Robert Fleming, aged 8, son of Hudson F., clerk, Allen 

Street, Goswell Street. 
„ 19. John Wilson Allen, aged 8, son of Joseph W., writing 

master, Lambeth. 
Joseph William Allen, aged 7, son of Joseph W., writing 

master, Lambeth. 
,, 20. William Henry James, aged 8, son of Samuel J., laceman. 

Bridge Street, Blackfriars. 
„ 22. George Andrew Currie, aged 10, son of James C, merchant, 

John Street, America Square. 
,, 23. Edward Pritchett, aged 9, son of Edward P., Camden Town. 
, 24. Henry Bays, aged 13, son of Thomas B., hosier, Cam- 
bridge. 
„ 28. William John Hill, aged 14, son of Richard H., attorney, 

Chancery Lane. 
Richard George Hill, aged 9, son of Richard H., attorney, 

Chancery Lane. 
„ 30. James Howorth, aged 17, son of John H., bookkeeper, 

York Street, St. James's. 



iSio] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 241 

Admitted. 

Nov. 20. George Henry Pettigrew, aged 12, son of Thomas P., 
apothecaiy, Fleet Street. 
John Colley Taunton, aged 9, son of John T., surgeon, 

Greville Street, Hatton Garden. 
Arthur Taunton, a^d 7, son of John T., surgeon, Greville 
Street, Hatton Garden. 
„ 22. George Sael, aged 13, son of George S. (deceased), book- 
seller, Strand. 
„ 26. David Reid, aged 11, son of William K, watchmaker, 
Rosoman Street. 
Francis Henry Jackson, aged 8, son of Thomas J., surgeon, 
Old Street. 

1811 

Jan. 9. John George Armitage, aged 11, son of William A., gent, 
Herefordshire. 
„ 10. Baker Peter Smith, aged 10, son of Thomas S., St. Paul's 
Churchyard. 

At first a solicitor ; afterwards called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 
1853 ; Author of Life of Sellon, &c. 

„ 16. Hugh Henry Powell, aged 13, son of Watkin P., surgeon, 
Rhydycair, Radnor. 

,, 17. Charles Davidson, aged 9, son of George D., printer, Bos- 
well Court, Fleet Street. 

„ 18. George Hinds, aged 11, son of John H., physician, Margaret 
Street, Cavendish Square, 
John Thomas Hinds, aged 10, son of John H., physician, 
Margaret Street, Cavendish Square. 

Canipden Exhibitioner, 1818 ; Trinity College, Camhridiie ; 
B.A. 1823 ; M. A. 1832 ; Eector of Pulham, Dorset ; died circa 1874. 

„ 28. John Moody Hill, aged 13, son of Joseph H., attorney, Rood 

Lane, Fenchurch Street. 
Joseph Smith Hill, aged 9, son of Joseph H., attorney, Rood 

Lane, Fenchurch Street. 
„ 31. John Henry Acott, aged 11, son of Christopiier A., 

auctioneer. Barbican. 
Feb. 6. Thomas Edlyne Tomlin, aged 7, son of Alfred T., clerk in 

the Irish Exchequer Office, Paradise Row, Lambeth. 
,, 7. Charles Edward Twallin, aged 10, son of James T., master 

of the Bell Sauvage Inn. 
„ 14. Rise William Robinson, aged 11, son of John R., innkeeper. 

Angel Street, St. Martins-le-Grand. 
,, 28. Peter Cathcart, aged 8, son of Peter Hawke, law stationer. 

Chancery Lane. 
Mar. 9. Trajan Augustus Wallis, aged 11, son of Robert W., iron- 
monger. Brook Street, Holborn. 
„ 19. Henry Ritchie, aged 12, son of Hugh R., cabinet maker, 

Brownlow Street, Holborn. 



242 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [i8n 

AdmUted. 

A^v. 13. Henry Sutherland Morris, aged 9, son of Thomas M., 
apothecary, Chandos Street. 
„ 17. Frederick Cookney, aged 7, son of Charles C, attorney. 
Castle Street, Holborn. 



A. Gordon, Cajntanco. 

Admitted May 6, 1806. 

May 22. John Carsten Hesse, aged 11, son of Gabriel H., sugar 
broker, St. Georges Place East. 
John Hurle, aged 8, son of John H., surveyor, Devonshire 
Street, Queens Square. 
, 25. John Chandler, aged 13, son of Philip Tibbs (deceased), 
Paradise Street. 
June 7. Joseph Holt, aged 9, son of Joseph H., clerk, Stone Street. 
„ 12, James Crozier, aged 8, son of Ralph C, surveyor, Granville 

Street. 
„ 14. Henry Couchman Jones, aged 8, son of Stephen J., author, 

Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street. 
„ 17. Robert Taylor, aged 11, son of Aldwell T., colonel, 

oth Madras N.I., India. 
„ 25. George Frederick Valentine, aged 11, son of Charles V., 
japanner, St. James Walk, Clerkenwell. 
July 1. Thomas Backham, aged 10, son of Thomas B., surgeon, 
Ratcliffe. 
„ 6. James Burn, aged 9, son of Robert B., clerk in the East 
India House, Hanover Street, Hanover Square. 

Left in 1816 or 1817 ; entered E.I.C's. home service ; died 1861. 

George Burn, aged 8, son of Robert B., clerk in the East 
India House, Hanover Street, Hanover Square. 

Left in 1818 ; entered the Madras Army ; retired as Major- 
General after forty years' service in India. 

„ 8. Wasey Sterry, aged 11, son of Benjamin S., attorney, 
Romford. 
James Higgs, aged 9, son of Richard H., gent, North 
Ockendon Hall, Essex. 
Sept. 20. Simeon John Boileau, aged 11, son of Thomas B., of Fort 
William, Bengal ; Bury St. Edmunds. 

Captain, 1818-19 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1820-24; B.A. (Junior Op. "Wooden 
Spoon ") 1823. 

„ 24. Octavius Eriington Johnson, aged 13, son of Robert J., 
gent, Finchley. 
Osmond Price, aged 9, son of Robert P., calico printer. Old 

Change. 
Charles Herbert Graves aged 8, son of John G., clerk, 
Angel Court, Throgmorton Street. 
„ 25. Charles George Miller, aged 13, son of Charles M., tailor, 
Surrey Street, Strand. 



iSii] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 243 

Admitted. 

Sept. 25. George Alexander Miller, aged 7, son of Charles M., Surrey 
Street, Strand. 
„ 26. William Lewis Hind, aged 8, son of Samuel H., printer, 

Plumber Court, Holbora. 
„ 28. James Muzio, ag.ed 11, son of Angel M., silk merchant, 
High Holborn. 
Of the Guarantee Society, Birchin Lane, Cornliill. 

„ 80. Thomas Horn, aged 11, son of Thomas H. {deceased), 

Skinner Street. 
Oct. 8. *Eichard Spencer, aged 13, son of — , solicitor Lamb's 

Conduit. 
„ 21. John Gore, aged 11, son of Israel G., gent, of the Chapel 

Royal, Lambeth. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1820, Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1824 ; 
Minor Canon of Windsor, 1829 ; Vicar of Shalbourne, Berks, 1842- 
1872 ; author of Scripture Narratives in Verse, 1853. 

Nov. 18. Henry Spencer, aged 11, son of Richard Leigh S., solicitor. 
Lambs Conduit Street. 
Oliph Spencer, aged 11, son of Richard Leigh S., solicitor. 
Lambs Conduit Street. 
„ 19. Thomas Cecil Andrews, aged 8, son of Thomas A., linen 
draper, Ludgate Street. 
Dec. 13. Henry Hayes Fizard, aged 9, son of Henry F., attorney, 
Weymouth. 

This name appears as Tizard in the list in Ackerman (1816). 

Edward Hailstone, aged 10, son of John H., umbrella 
maker, Bartletts Buildings, Holborn. 



1812 

Jan. 14. *Thomas Piatt, aged 11, son of — , lawyer, Blackfriars. 

Left in 1.816 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1826; author of 
Law of Covenants, 1829; Law of Leases, 1847. 

„ 16. *Henry Edgley, aged 14, son of — , coal merchant, Earl 

Street, Blackfriars. 
*George Edgley, aged 13, son of ■ — , coal merchant. Earl 

Street, Blackfriars. 
„ 28. George Horatio Street, aged 11, son of Philip S., publisher 

of the Times, Hind Court, Fleet Street. 
„ 29. Thomas Frederic Taylor, aged 11, son of Thomas Budjon, 

gent, Canterbury Buildings. 
Feb. 1, Edward Delraar, aged 15, son of Charles D., brewer, 

Canterbury. 
„ 3. Samuel James Weldon, aged 10, son of Samuel George W. 

{deceased), Elizabeth Street, Hackney Road. 
„ 13. James Burleigh Leighton, aged 11, son of Thomas L., vicar 

of Chigwell, Essex. 
„ 17. William Nethersole, aged 12, son of William N., attorney, 

Essex Street, Strand, 

r2 



244 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1812 

A (bnittcd. 

Feb. 17. Joseph Edward Kensit, aged 11, son of Henry K., attorney, 
Greville Street, Hatton Garden. 

Left in 1814; Solicitor; in the Six Clerks Office in Chancery; 
died 1854. 

„ 18. George Augustus Harries, aged 11, son of Samuel H., gent, 

Trevaccon, Pembroke. 
„ 2.5. John Dangerfield, aged 11, son of John D., farmer, Dagen- 

ham, Essex. 
Mar. 2. Thomas Flint, aged 11, son of Thomas F., uj)holsterer, 

Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury. 
„ 5. Joseph Deare, aged 8, son of Edward D., solicitor. Bridge- 
water Square, Barbican. 
„ 11. James Slatford Vale, aged 7, son of Isaac V., stockbroker, 

Bishopsgate Without. 
„ 12. John Gl3^un, aged 9, son of John G., agent, Bells Buildings, 

Salisbury Square. 
„ 21. John Sidney Farrell (Fielding), aged 11, son of G. J. M. 

F., gent, Tufton Street, Westminster. 
J. S. F. in the Register ; in the Presentation J. S. Farrell Fielding ; 

he appears as Farrell to the 1812 list. 

„ 25. Lawrence Gwynne, aged 10, son of Lawrence G., astronomer 
Christs Hospital. 

Captain, 1819-20 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, 1820 ; B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828. 

AjDr. 13. Henry Nethersole, aged 10, son of William N., attorney, 
Essex Street, Strand. 

„ 17. John Penny, aged 11, son of Thomas P., laceman, Ci'own 
Court, Cheapside. 

„ 2-i. Edward Watson Whitaker, aged 10, son of John W., music- 
seller, St. Paul's Churchyard. 



J. Cooper, Capitaneo. 

Admitted August 11, 1804. 

June 5. William Friend Lemaitre, aged 9, son of Paul Thomas L., 

vender of the patent cooking apparatus, Castle Street, 

Holborn. 
„ 15. Charles Henry Johnson, aged 11, son of Henry J., gent, 

East India House. 
Aug. 10. Joseph Smith Harrison, aged 9, son of Joseph H., insurance 

broker, Cheapside. 
„ 14. John Brathwaite Taylor, aged 11, son of Aldurle T., colonel 

in E.I.C.S., East Indies. 
„ 17. George Thompson, aged 11, son of Joseph T., verger, 

Doctors Commons. 
James Allen, aged 9, son of George A., auctioneer, Thaives 

Inn. 
„ IS. George John Everald Brannen, aged 9, son of George B., 

conveyancer, New Inn. 



i8i2] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 245 

Adiiiittcd. 

Aug. 19. William Henry Rose, aged 8, son of John R., attorney, 
Grays Inn. 
Thomas Bailey Rose, aged 7, son of John R., attorney, 
Grays Inn. 
Sept. 4. Henry Rees, aged 9, son of George R., i^hysician, Finsbury 
Square. " 

William Rees, aged 8, son of George R., physician, Finsbury 
Square. 
„ 21. Owen William Jones, aged 7, son of Stephen J., silk 
manvifacturer, St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Oct. 6. George Lovegrove, aged 12, son of John L., clerk, Pimlico. 
„ 8. William Walter, aged 14, son of Wilham W., sheriffs officer, 

Little Charlotte Street, Blackfriars Ruad. 
„ 9. George Edward Octavius Ives, aged 11, son of Thomas I., 

surgeon, Chertsey, Surry. 
„ 10. Thomas Grissell, aged 11, son of Thomas Le Garde G., 
clerk. East India House, Tyson Place, Kingsland Road. 
„ 15. James Gowers, aged 10, son of James William G., con- 
veyancer, Spa Road, Islington. 
Nov. 4. William Hugh Miller, aged 9, son of William M., shoe 
maker, City Road. 
„ 11. Augustus Radelitfe, aged 10, son of John R., watch-cap 
maker, Coppice Row, Cold Bath Fields. 
Dec. 7. Charles Clark Watson, aged 9, son of Charles W., teacher, 
New North Street. 

1813 

Jan. 13. Samuel Yates, aged 8, son of Francis Y., druggist, King 
Street, Holborn. 
„ 19. William Thomas Spencer, aged 9, son of Richard Leigh, 

solicitor, Lambs Conduit Street. 
„ 25. Robert Hart Pike, aged 10, son of John P., innkeeper, Old 

Bailey. 
„ 27. Richard Porter, aged 11, son of Richard P., dentist, St. 
Martins Court. 
*John Watson Skinner Cosier, aged 15, son of — , grocer, 
Sun-ey Street, Strand. 
„ 29. Wilham Chilton, aged 13, son of George C, solicitor, 
Chancery Lane. 
Henry Charles Chilton, aged 10, son of George C, solicitor, 
Chancery Lane. 
Feb. 1. Joseph Burchell, aged 11, son of Joseph B., attorney, 
Duchess Street, Portland Place. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1819 ; Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1823. 

Anthony Rich, aged 9, son of Anthony R., solicitor, Hendon. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1821 ; Caius College, Cambridge; B A. 1825 ; 
author oi Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. 

„ 8. Joseph Gideon Middleton, aged 12, son of Joseph M., 
carpenter, King Street, 



246 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL, [1813 

AdiiiMcd. 

Feb. 11. Thomas EUey Joseph Leave, aged 13, son of Robert L, 
surveyor, Featherstone Buildings. 
„ 26. George Thomas Roberson, aged 11, son of Thomas R, 
attorney, Oxford. 

Kobertson in Ackcrman. 

Mar. 8. Henry Cox, aged 11, son of Samuel C, Upper Charlotte 
Street, Fitzroy Square. 
„ 19. Henry Currie, aged 9, son of James C, merchant, John 
Street, America Square. 

Here the name of John Martin Latkow has been carefully erased in 
the Eegister but recovered from the Presentation Books. Son of 
John L., solicitor, of Wardrobe Court, Doctors Commons. 

Apr. 1 2. Henry Jones, aged 8, son of John J., attorney, Giltspur Street. 
„ ll). William Watson, aged 7, son of Charles W., private teacher, 

Pentonville. 
„ 24. *Robert Whitaker, aged 13, son of — , music seller, St. 

Pauls Church Yard. 
„ 27. Samuel Webb Newman, aged 8, son of James N., coach 
plate maker, Russell Street, Covent Garden, 



S. Hawkes, Ca]pitaneo. 

Admitted November 26, 1805. 

May 24. James Prince Lee, aged 9, son of Stephen L., librarian to 
the R.S., Somerset Place. 

Captain, 1823-24 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1825-30 ; Craven Scholar, 1827 ; 
B. A. 1828 ; M.A 1831 ; Fellow of Trinity ; Assistant Masterat Eugby, 
1830-38 ; Head Master of King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1838- 
48 ; First Bishop of Manchester, 1848 ; B.D. and D.D., 1848 ; died 
1870 ; author of several charges and sermons. 

„ 26. William Howard Turner, aged 12, son of George T., 

ironmonger, Dorset Street, Fleet Street. 
June 11. Archibald Hyslop, aged 14, son of — , surgeon, 60, 

Fenchurch Street. 
„ 14. Robert Utting, aged 12, son of John U., flour factor, 

Norwich. 
„ 15. Edward Steele, aged 9, son of John S., stockbroker, Albion 

Street, Blackfriars. 
Aug. 7. Samuel Armstrong Lane, aged 11, son of Richard L., army 

clothier, 12, Bury Street, St. James's. 

Left 1818 : proceeded to the Hunterian School, St. George's Hospital, 
Paris and Edinburgh; F.R.C.S. 1844; Consulting Surgeon to St. 
Mary's and the Lock Hospitals ; ^Aitor oi Coo])gx's, Surgical Didiunary, 
and author of many medical articles. 

„ 10. Robert Wilks, aged 10, son of Robert W., printer, 
89, Chancery Lane. 
William Curtis, aged 9, son of Samuel C, farmer, Ring- 
wood, Hants. 
. „ 14. Thomas Skilbeck, aged 11, son of Joseph S., drysalter, 
22, Bread Street Hill. 



i8i3] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 247 

Admitted. 

Aug. 18. Thomas Lock, aged 10, son of Thomas L., lawyers clerk, 
319, Strand. 
„ 23. James Henry Stone, aged 10, son of Arthur Daniel S., 
physician, 17, Charterhouse Square. 

Captain, 1822-23 ; Canipden Exhibitiouer ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exliibitioner, 1826-28 ; B. A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831. 

Owen Edmonds, * aged 10, son of James E., butcher, 
Newgate Market. 

This name lias been erased in the Register. 
Sept. 1. Thomas Perham Luxmore Hallet, aged 10, son of Samuel 
H., gent, West Chilboro', Dorset. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1823 ; Trinity Hall, Cambridge; B.A. (First 
Class, Law Tripos), 1825 ; Fellow of Trinity Hall; LL.B. 1829; called 
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1829. 

Oct. 1. Charles Bassano, aged 10, son of John B., sugar refiner, 

Upper Thames Street. 

John Winter Jones, aged 8, son of John J., gent, Camden 

Town. 

Left in 1821 ; British Museum, Assistant Keeper of printed books, 
1850 ; Keeper of printed books, 1856 ; Principal Librarian and 
Secretary, 1860 ; F.S.A. ; edited for the Hakluyt Society Divers 
Voyages touching the Discovery of America, The Treitcls of Nicolo 
Conti, The Travels of Ludovico dc Varthcma ; author oi A Guide to the 
Printed Books in the Grcnville and King's Library, &c. ; died 1881. 

„ 2. George William Lovell, aged 9, son of William L., printer, 
Gore's Walk, Backside. 

Secretary to the Phcenix Fire Office, Lombard Street ; died May 13, 
1878, aged 74 ; aiithor of The Provost of Bruges, Love's Sacrifice, The 
JFife's Secret, and other five-act Plays. 

„ 4. Charles William Chalklen, aged 10, son of William C, 
draper, Bromley, Kent. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1822 ; Tiiuity College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1830. 

Nov. 1. James Briggs, aged 12, son of John B., draper. Fleet 
Street. 
Henry Chides Heath, aged 13, son of John H., dentist, 
69, Hatton Garden. 

Went to India, young. 

Christopher Heath, aged 11, son of John H., dentist, 
69, Hatton Garden. 

Left in 1817 ; Surgeon Dentist in Hatton Garden till 1835, when he 
succeeded Edward Irving as Angel (Chief Pastor) of the Catholic 
Apostolic Church, first in Newman Street, afterwards (1853) in Gordon 
Square ; died 1876. 

„ 4. William Goode, aged 11, son of William G., clergyman, 
St. Anns, Blackfriars. 

Captain, 1820-21 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge : Perry Exhibitioner, 1822-25 ; B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; D.D. 
1860 ; Rector nf St. Antholins, London, 1836 ; of All Hallows, 1849; 
of St. JIargarets, Lothbury, 1856 ; Warburtonian Lecturer, 1853-57 ; 
Dean of Kipon, 1860 ; a most voluminous author and controversialist, 
on behalf of the (so-called) Evangelical School ; Fulfilled Prophecy, a 
Proof of the Truth of Revealed Religion (Warburtonian Lectures) ; 
died 1868. 

„ 6. Edward Kir by, aged 11, son of Edward K., gent. Poultry. 



248 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1813 

Admitted. 

Nov. 9. Spencer Judge, aged 14, son of Joseph J., landing -waiter 

in the Custom House, 31, Southampton Row, Russell 

Square. 

Joseph Spencer J. articled to Sharon Turner ; practised as a 
Solicitor in Calcutta ; retui-ned to England, 1857 ; died 1875. 

Edward Judge, aged 11, son of Joseph J., landing waiter 
in the Custom House, 31, Southampton Row, Russell 
Square. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1820 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1821-24 ; Scholar of Trinity ; B. A. 1824 ; M.A. 1825 ; 
Canon of Cape Town ; Rector of Simon's Bay ; Member of the Board 
of Public Examiners, till it merged in the University, where he 
became Exan\iner in Literature ; died 1875. 

„ 10. Edward Robert Povah, aged 11, son of Richard P., clergy- 
man, Old Ford. 

„ 16. George Ducketts Barber Beaumont, aged 11, son of John 
Thomas B., gent, Southampton Street, Strand. 

In the Presentation G. D. Barber (only) ; Pauline Exhibitioner, 
1820 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1824 ; M.A. 1827. 

„ 24. Joseph Gattey Evans, aged 8, son of John E., dancing 
master, Coachmakers Hall. 
Dec. 8. John James Edwai'ds, aged 11, son of John E., painter, 
Hoxton Square. 
„ 13. John Needham, aged 8, son of Richard N., master of the 

Albion Tavern, Ludgate Hill. 
„ 16. William Edward Wallis, aged 10, son of James W., book- 
seller, Newgate Street. 

In the Presentation " Charles " Edward "VV. 



1814 



Jan. 2. Mathew William King, aged 10, son of George K., 
engraver, No. 6, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street. 
„ 27. Isaac Thomas Thompson, aged 16, son of Thomas T., gent, 
detenu in France. 
Cecil James Lucas, aged 10, son of Carr Ellison L., apothe- 
cary, Hatfield, Herts. 
Feb. 7. Albert Charles Attwood, aged 11, son of Thomas A., 
organist. Lower Eaton Street, Grosvenor Square. 
„ 14. George William Bartley, aged 11, son of George B., clerk 
in the Ordnance Office, Tower. 
John Samuel Mountford, aged 8, son of John M., surgeon, 

Gloucester Street, Queen Square. 
Robert Saxton, aged 11, son of William S., gent, Wey- 
mouth. 
Daniel Lay, aged 11, son of Daniel L, solicitor, Finsbury 
Square. 
,, 26. George Bridgman, aged 13, son of — , confectioner, 
Vere Street, Oxford Road, 



i8i4] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 2J9 

AdmUtal. 

Mar. 1. William Williams, aged 9, son of William W., coachmaker, 
Margaret Street, Cavendish Square. 

Pauliue P^xhibitionor, 1825 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 18'25 ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1829 ; M.A. 183i. 

„ 4. Abraham Deller, aged 13, son of Abraham D., excise officer, 

George Street Blackfriars. 
„ 9. Henry Thomas Hall, aged 10, son of Joseph H., Shoe 

Lane, Fleet Street, 
„ 15. Septimus Ollivant, aged 8, son of William 0., navy office, 

8, Ely Place. 
Went to America ; now dead (1880). 

„ IG. Josiah Pratt, aged 11, son of Josiah P., clergyman, 
22, Doughty Street, Guildford Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1821 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
r.A. (Senior Op. and 2nd Class Classics), 1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; Vicar 
of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, 1844-79 ; died January 28, 1883. 

„ 19. Thomas Wilkinson, aged 10, son of Thomas W., auctioneer, 

Bread Street. 
„ 25. Thomas Fleming, aged 10, son of Thomas F., clerk, Dept- 
ford Dock Yard, Deptford. 
* William Hockin, aged 16. 

Left in 1817 ; Exeter College, Oxford; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1862; 
Vicar of Blackawton, Devon, 1834 ; Chaplain to Devon and Exeter 
Hospital, 1841 ; author of several sermons and tracts, &c. 

Apr,. 18. Peter Brett Bull, aged 10, son of William B., solicitor, 
Aylesbury, Bucks. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1822 ; Queen's College, Oxford ; B.A. 1825. 

William Bull, aged 11, son of William B,, solicitor, 

Aylesbury, Bucks. 
Frederick Pennington, aged 11, son of Thomas P., hop and 

brandy merchant, St. John Street, West Smithfield. 
Thomas Griffiths, aged 8, son of John G., gent. Church 

Street, Kensington. 
„ 20. Thomas Wood, aged 12, son of — , farmer, Worplesdon, 

Surrey. * 
Thomas Lyttleton Holt, aged 9, son of Thomas Lyttleton 

H., gent, 14, Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury. 

He spelt his name Littleton ; Surgeon at Hendon ; died 1881. 

H. J. Hastings, Ccqiitaneo. 

Admitted January 22, 1810. 

May 9, James Johnston, aged 11, son of Robert J., apothecary, 
Greek Street, Soho. 

Left 1820; Solicitor, admitted 1829 (Johnston and Jackson); 
Deputy Lieutenant for Middlesex ; died 1879. 

„ 16. Benjamin Price Williams, aged 11, son of John W., 
attorney, of Penton Place, Pentonville. 

„ 19. Charles Stedman Cobham, aged 13, son of Charles C, 
musician, Judge Street, Brunswick Square. 



250 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1814 



1814-1837 
High Master JOHN SLEATH. 

AYadham College, Oxford; Scholar, 1785 ; B.A. 1789 ; M.A. 1793 ; B. and D.D. 
1814 ; resigned October 10, 1837 ; Prebendary of Mora in St. Paul's Cathedral ; 
died April 30, 1847, aged 79 ; and was buried in the crypt of St. Paul's. 

Swrmastcr KiCHARD Edwards (continued). 

Educated at St. Paul's School, see Admissions, September 21, 1770 ; resigned 
Christmas, 1823. 

Sarmaster 1823 William A. C. Durham. 

Chrislinas. 
Educated at St. Paul's School, see Admissions, February 23, 1786 ; resigned 
November 7, 1837. 

Usher William A. C. Durham {continued). 

Uaher 1824 James Cooper. 

January 9. 
Educated at St. Paul's ^School, see Admissions, August 11, 1804 ; resigned 
Christmas, 1861. 

^Assistanttothe \ ^g^^ j^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ 
Higli Master. ) 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1809 ; M.A. 1813 ; died 1852.," 

MatliematicalX ^gg. j^mes Cooper. 
Master j 

September 17. 
The Usher ; he was appointed to teach Mathematics to the Seventh and Eighth 
Classes. 

SCHOLAES. 
H. J. Hastings, Capitanco. 

Admitted Jamiary 22, 1810. 
AdmUted. 

Aug. 18. Markland Barnard, aged 11, son of Robert Markland B., 
gent. East India Buildings. 

Captain, 1821-22 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. 1826 ; M.A. 1829 ; Deacou and Priest, 1826 ; Vicar of 
Colney, Herts, 1826 ; Rural Dean of Barnet ; Master of the Mercers' 
Company, 1864, and Surveyor-Accountant of St. Paul's School, 
1864 ; one of the Governing Body of St. Paul's School. 

1 This appointment was constituted by the Court of Assistants May 5, 1814. 



iSi4] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 251 

Admitted. 

Aug. 20, Edward Bloxsome, aged 13, son of Edward B., solicitor, 
Dursley, Gloster. 
„ 22. Joseph Hemington Harris, aged 13, son of Joseph H., gent, 
Rodney Street, Pentonville. 

Left iu 1818 ; St. John's College, Cambridge ; migrated to Clare 
Hall ; B.A. (5th Wrangler) 1822 ; M.A. 1825 ; D.D. (Lambeth) 
1829 ; Fellow of Clare, 1824 ; ordained Deacon, 1824 ; Priest, 1825 ; 
Principal of Upper Canada College, Toronto, 1829-38 ; Vicar of Tor 
Mohun, 1848-79 ; author of The Baptismal Covenant ; or, Lectures to 
Candidates for Confirmation ; died 1881. 

Henry Hemington Harris, aged 10, son of Joseph H., 
gent, Rodney Street, Pentonville. 

Left in 1818 ; admitted Solicitor ; practised at Cambridge ; Mayor 
of Cambridge, 1853-54, and again 1862-63 ; died 1873. 

Henry John Shackleton (Shackelton), aged 11, son of 

Thomas S., seedfactor, Bush Hill, Enfield. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1823 ; B.A. 
1827 ; M A. 1830 ; Vicar of Plumstead, 1828-53 ; of Rothley, 
Leicester, 1853-69 ; died 1869. 

Henry Edward Schedil (Schedel), aged 10, son of Henry 
Lewis S., merchant, Earl Street, Blackfriars. 
Sept. 3. Oswald Bloxsome, aged 12, son of Edward B., solicitor, 
Dursley, Gloster. 
„ 12. Henry Thomas Hurle, aged 10, son of John H., surveyor, 
Harpur Street, Red Lion Square. 
Oct. 8. George Innes, aged 11, son of Charles I., linen draper, 
192, Fleet Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Oxford, 1822; B.A. (3rd 
Class Classics) 1826 ; M.A. 1831. 

„ 9. Thomas James Arnold, aged 11, son of Samuel James A., 
gent, 31, Golden Square. 

Was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn, 1829 ; appointed Police 
Magistrate for the Metropolis at Worship Street, 1847 ; removed to 
Westminster, August, 1851 ; F.R.S. ; F.L.S. ; author of Municipal 
Corporations, Duties of a Justice of Peace out of Session, and other 
works ; he died 1877 ; Chairman O.P. Dinner, 1867. 

„ 10. Christopher Keating, aged 11, son of William A. K., clerk, 

Madras. 
„ 11. Charles Taunton, aged 7, son of John T., surgeon, Greville 

Street, Hatton Garden. 
„ 13. George Aulay Macaulay, aged 11, son of Richard Aulay 

M., clerk, Rotheley, Leicester. 

St. George's Hospital, London ; M.R.C.S.E. ; died 1854. 

„ 15. James Soames, aged 11, son of Nathaniel S., shoemaker, 
Ludgate Hill. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1822 ; Corpus Cbristi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner ; B.A. 1826 ; died December 29, 1879, aged 77. 

„ 20. William Benoni White, aged 11, son of William Warburton 

B., artist, Brownlow Street, Holborn. 
„ 28. Edward James Townsend, aged 9, son of Samuel Smith T., 

solicitor, Bow Lane, Cheapside. 
Nov. 8. Charles Morley, aged 10, son of William M., cornfactor, 

38, Broad Street Buildings. 



252 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1814 

Admitted. 

Nov. 11. Joseph Charles Philpot, aged 11, son of Charles P., rector 
of Ptipple, Kent. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1820, "W'orcester College, Oxford; B.A. 1824 
(First Class, Litt. Hum.) ; M.A. 1827. 



1815 

Jan. 30. Frederick Cuthbert Beresford Earle, aged 11, son of Joseph 
E., merchant. Old Change. 

Pauline Exhiliitioner, 1821, St. Jolin's College, Camliridije ; 
B.A. 1825 (Senior Op. and Third Class Classics); accidentally killed at 
areview atShooter's Hill, being shot througlithe body with a ramrod. 

Feb. 11. Howard Nethercote Egan, aged 12, son of Howard E. 

(deceased), of Bartletts Buildings. 
Terence Cornelius Egan, aged 10, son of Howard E. 

[deceased), of Bartletts Buildings. 
„ 1-i. Edward Clutterbuck, aged 9, son of Henry C, physician. 

New Bridge Street, Blackfriars. 
Mar. 11. William Baron Bulkeley, aged 11, son of William Fisber 

B., late Lieutenant, Kimbolton Street, Fulham. 
Apr. 17. Frederick James Halliday, aged 8, son of Thomas H., 

merchant, 13, Upper Bedford Place. 

Left in 1822, and proceeded to Haileybuiy (1824) and thence to 
Calcutta College where he distinguished himself in Oriental Litera- 
ture ; entered the H.E. LC.S., and after holding various posts, became 
Lieut. -Governor of Bengal (1854-59), during the Mutiny; K.C.B. 
1860 ; Member of the Council of India ; Chairman of the Old Pauline 
Dinner, 1865 and 1875 ; President of the Old Pauline Club, 1883. 

F. GooDE, Cetpitanco. 

Admitted May 3, 1809. 

April 8. Wilford Bulkley, aged 11, son of William Fisher B., 
merchant, Fulham. 
„ 29. G. Edward W. D. Vaidieytheusen, aged 11, son of Gerard 
Levinge V., barrister-at-law. No. 5, Southampton Street, 
Strand. 

Entered the Indian Army (24tli Bengal Native Infantry), Ensign, 
1821 ; Lieutenant, 1824 ; Captain, 1837 ; rose to the rank of Major, 
and retired in 1845 ; died 1879. 

May 9. Charles James Berridge Aldis, aged 7, son of Charles A., 
surgeon, 45, Nelson Square. 

Elected to a PauMne Exhibition, 1827 ; transferred to Campden 
Exhibition, 1829, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1831; M.B. 
1832; M.A. 1834 ; M.D. ; F.C.P. London; Hon. Consulting Physi- 
cian to London Hospital ; died 1872 ; author of Medical Properties of 
Iodine ; made the last Harveian Oration in Latin, as Scholar of the 
College of Physicians. 

„ 10. Ernest Beaumont, aged 11, son of John Thomas Baber B., 
esquire, Southampton Street. 
John Beaumont, aged 9, son of John Thomas Baber B., 
esquire, Southampton Street. 
County Fire Office, London. 



i8i5] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 253 

Admitted, 

May 22. Francis Neate Walsh, aged 9, son of Joseph W., law 

stationer, Temple. 
June 2. James Sheridine Greenwell, aged 11, son of James Hugo 
G., solicitor, 24, Bentinck Street. 
„ 8. Charles William Moore, aged 8, son of Charles M., timber 

yard, Messrs. Lett's, Lambeth. 
,, 12. George Parry, aged 8, son of George P., taylor, Gt. St. Helens. 
„ 16. Benjamin Blades Thomson (Thompson), aged 10, son of 
Benjamin T., gent, 11, York Buildings, New Road. 
Benjamin Harman, aged 13, son of Abraham H., gent 
23, Queen's Row, Walworth. 
Aug. 15. John Williams, aged 15, son of — , widow, 35, Essex Street. 
„ 19. Henry Slade, aged 11, son of — , late Captain 5th Regt. of 

Infantry, Soho Square. 
„ 21. William Jones, aged 10, son of Stephen J., gent. 
„ 26. Thomas Kinersley, aged 12, son of Walter K., feather 
merchant, Coppice Row. 
Sept. 4. George Nelson Absolom, aged 10, son of George A., 
grocer, Blackheath. 

Was unable to euter a profession in consequence of ill-healtli ; died 
183i. 

William Brown, aged 8, son of John Aquila B., plated 
ware dealer, 8, Castle Street, Falcon Square. 

„ 5. Willes Henry Lowe, aged 12, son of James L., clerk in 
India House, Queen Street, Bloomsbury. 

„ 11. William John Copeland, aged 11, son of William C, 
surgeon, Chigwcll, Essex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1824, Trinity College, Oxford; B.A. 1829; 
M.A. 1831 ; elected to a Fellowship and presented by the College to 
the living of Farnhani, Essex, 18i9 ; B.D. 1840. 

„ 13. Edward Morton Earle, aged 10, son of Joseph E., merchant, 
Harrow. 

„ 15. Thomas Penny, aged 11, son of Thomas Newton P., lace 
merchant, 132, Cheapside. 
Oct. 9. William Hewson, aged 10, son of William H., clerk, Totten- 
ham Court New Road. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1826, St. Jolm's, Cambridge ; P..A. 1830 ; 
M.A. 1833 ; Vicar of Goatland, Yorkshire; died circa 1870; author 
of The Christian's Biltlc, The Oblation and Temple of EzckicVs Pro- 
phetic Vision. 

Charles Coles Jenkin, aged 7, son of George J., merchant. 
„ 24. Joseph Edward Hennah, aged 8, son of — , tea merchant, 

23, Arundel Street, Strand. 
„ 28. Samuel Fremont Wa,rd, aged 11, son of Henry W., 

126, Curtain Road, Mooriields. 
Nov. 8. Thomas Hantel Romer, aged 7, son of Stephen R., 

diamond merchant, 33, Charles Street, Hatton Garden. 
„ 13. Horace (Horatio) Nelson Hughes, aged 10, son of William 

H., engraver, 8, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street. 
„ 22. Frederick Jonas (Jones), aged 8, son of John J., attorney, 

Ball Court, Giltspur Street. 



254 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1815 

Admitted. 

Dec. 6. John Williams Frost, aged 18, son of John F., merchant, 
Red Cross Street. 
Robert Gosling, aged 9, son of Robert G., gent, Richmond. 



1816 

Jan. 29. George Richard Johnson, aged 8, son of John J., assayer, 
7, Maiden Lane, Wood Street. 
„ 30. Nehemiah Bartley, aged 9, son of George B., Ordnance 
Office, Tower. 
Thomas Sutton, aged 11, son of Robert S., stock broker, 
Highgate. 
Feb. 7. Thomas James Parsons, aged 13, son of James P., gent, 
Bricksworth, Northants. 
,, 17. William Aldwin Soames, aged 11, son of Nath. Soames, 
shoemaker, 9, Ludgate Street. 

Captain, 1824-25 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1825 ; B.A. Senior Op. and First Class 
Classics, Chancellor's Medallist, 1829 ; M.A. 1832 ; Vicar of Green- 
wich ; Rural Dean and Prebendary of Wedland in St. Paul's, 1847. 

Mar. 1. Charles Griffith (Griffiths), aged 11, son of Charles G., 
clergyman, Brecknock. 

Left in 1817, to enter the Foundation at Charterhouse ; afterwards 
at Chi-ist Church, Oxford ; B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1830 ; Rector of Tal- 
achddu and Prebendary of 'Treflodan in St. David's Cathedral ; Sun'o- 
gate and Rural Dean. 

„ 19. Thomas Charles Barton, aged 8, son of Charles B., lieut.- 
genl., Mountague Place, Portman Square. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1826, Corpus Cliristi College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1830. 

„ 28. John Amelius Mayor, aged 8, son of Mathew James M. 
{deceased), 30, Wilderness Lane, Salisbury Square. 
Apr. 22. John Lens Brown, aged 9, son of William B., merchant, 
Northampton. 
John Brine, aged 7, son of John B., physician, 18, Soho Sq. 
„ 24. John George Gillingham, aged 9, son of John G., dancing 
master, 19, Rolls Buildings, Fetter Lane. 
Disney Robinson, aged 11, son of Richard George R., 
clergyman, 3, Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1823, St. John's College, Cambridge ; Gower 
Exhibitioner, 1826 ; B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831 ; Perpetual Curate of 
Wooley, Yorkshire ; author of The Law and the Gospel, The Christian's 
Privilege, The Shield of Truth, &c. ; died 1868. 

J. A. L. Barnard, aged 8, son of John Lockhart B., 

merchant, Dieppe. 
William Frederick Powell, aged 11, son of Richard P., 

physician, 7, Bedford Place. 

Peterhouse, Cambridge ; B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1830 ; Vicar of Ciren- 
cester, Gloucester; Hon. Canon of Gloucester, 1854. 

John Evans, aged 9, son of John E., dancing master, 

Coach Makers Hall. 



i8i6] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 255 



A. Ollivant, Capitanco. 

Admitted October 1, 1809. 
Admitted. 

May 6. William John Box, aged 11, son of John B., surgeon, 
29, Ludgate Street. 
„ 23. George Isaac Pratt, aged 11, son of Isaac P., stationer, 

10, Bouverie Street. 
„ 31. Robert William Dibdin, aged 10, son of Charles D., literary 
compositor, Sadlers Wells. 

St. John's College. Cambridge, B.A. 1833 ; M.A. 1838 ; Minister of 
West Street Chapel, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, London ; Author of 
Sermons, Life of Edward VI., The Village Rectory, &c. 

June 10. George Gwilt, aged 12, son of George G., architect, Union 
Street, Borough. 
„ 17. John Watney, aged 11, son of Daniel W., miller, Mitcham. 

Left in 1818 ; Master of Mercers' Company, 1852 ; Surveyor- 
Accountant of St. Paul's School, 1853 ; died 1875. 

Aug. 12. Lucius Bentinck, Lord Viscount Falkland, ao'ed 12, 
75, Edgware Road. 

Was withdrawn soon after admission with a view to his education 
for the army ; was sent to a Military College, and became subsequently 
a Privy Councillor, Lord in Waiting and Grand Cross of Hanoverian 
Guelphic Order ; created Baron Hunsdon of Scutterskelfe, York, 1832 ; 
Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard ; Governor of Bombay. 

William Antony Simpson, aged 11, son of John S., clerk, 
Baldock, Herts. 

Died December 26, 1816. 

„ 17. Henry Wright, aged 14, with the Rev. Dr. Maddy, Argyle 

Street. 
„ 23. Thomas Rice Steel, aged 11, son of Thomas S., law stationer, 

12, Chancery Lane. 
Sept. 9. George Dent Johnson, aged 7, son of George J., surgeon, 

John Street, America Square. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1829 ; St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1832 ; 
3rd class (Litt. Hum.) ; entered St. George's Hospital with a view to 
M.D. degree, but died 1835. 

Edward Rye, aged 13, wine merchant, 14, Glasshouse 
Street. 
Nov. 1. Williams Hockin, aged 11, son of William H., clergyman, 
Phillack, Cornwall. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1823 ; Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1827 ; 
Solicitor, practised at Penzance and Truro, Cornwall ; died 1874. 



1817 

Jan. 27. William Powis, aged 10, son of William P., clerk in bank, 
Wellington Street, Pentonville. 
„ 28. William Henry Bloxsome, aged 7, son of Edward B., 
solicitor, Dursley, Gloster. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1828 ; Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1832 ; 
M.A. 1834 ; Ordained Deacon, 1832 ; Priest, 1833 ; Rector of Staun- 
ton (with Snowshill), Gloucester ; died 1877. 



256 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1817 

Admitted. 

Jan. 29. William Barnard Clarke, aged 10, son of Edward C, 

solicitor, Great Ormond Street. 
Feb. 4. Joseph Welsh, aged 11, son of Joseph W., surgeon, 12, Lower 
Street, Islington. 
„ G. James Cathrow, aged 11, son of George C, brewer, 
Hoddesdon. 
John Goodman Maxwell, aged 14, son of — , widow, Harford, 
Huntingdon. 
Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1824 ; M.A. 1827. 

Mar. 3. Claude Adolphus Roberts, aged 11, son of William E.., 
barrister, Lincolns Inn. 

29tli Madras N.I. ; Lieutenant, 1825 ; Captain, 18-36 ; Deputy Judge 
Advocate General, 1830. 

Apr. 14. Thomas Wood, aged 9, son of Thomas W., dissenting 
minister, 11, Goswell Terrace. 
„ 16. Martin John Loyd, aged 11, son of Edmund L., bookseller, 
Harley Street. 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1834 ; Rector of 
Depden, Suffolk. 

F. Walsh, Capitaneo. 

Admitted March 26, 1810. 

May 5. Frederick Tatham, aged 11, son of Charles T., architect. 
Queen Street, May Fair. 
„ 6. Edward Penrice, aged 9, son of George P., farmer, Salford, 
Warwick. 

"Was brought up for the Medical Profession but never practised ; 
died 1878. 

„ 9. Clement Sneyd, aged 11, son of Wetenhall S., clergyman, 

Newchurch, Isle of Wight. 
James Fontaine, aged 11, son of James F., ironmonger. 

Middle Row, Holborn. 
, 12. Sumner Williams, aged 10, son of John W., stationer, 

CornhiU. 
„ 19. Frederick Grueber Lugard, aged 9, son of John L., captain 

in Army, Military Asylum, Chelsea. 

Pauline Exliibitioner, 1828 ; (afterwards transferred to Campden 
Exhibition, 1829 :) Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 1856 ; 
Chaplain in India (Madras Presidency), 1837 — 1864 ; Rector of 
St. Clements, "Worcester, 1865 ; "\^icar of Norton, "Worcester, 1875. 

Auo-. 5. John Clarke Haden, aged 11, son of Thomas H., surgeon, 
Derby. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1824 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 
(Sykes Exhibitioner, 1824) ; B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831 ; Minor Canon of 
St. Paul's ; Priest in ordinary to the Queen ; Rector of Hutton, Essex, 
1839 ; Precentor of Westminster Abbey ; died 1869. 

„ 22. Thomas Handasyde, aged 8, son of Gilbert H., ironfounder, 
Bankside, Surry. 
Sept. 13. William Grove Bartlett, aged 10, son of Michael B., surgeon, 
St. John Street. 



i8i7] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 257 

Ad7)iU(cd. 

Oct. 15. George Levick, aged 10, son of George L., umbrella maker, 
St. Martins-le-Grand. 
„ 18. Frederick James Burgmann, aged 9, son of Sir George B., 
Appledore, Devon. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1827 ; Ti-inity College, Oxford ; B.A. 1831 ; 
Third Class Classicg. 

„ 29. Thomas Wilkinson, aged 10, son of Josiali W., Manchester 
warehouseman, Lad Lane. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1826 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perrv 
Exhibitioner, 1827 ; B.A. 1830 ; Senior Optime and First Cla.ss 
Classics ; M.A. 1833 ; Fellow of Trinity ; Curate of Bnxted, Sussex, 
for a short time ; subsequently resided at Trinity till his death in 
1869. 

1818 

Jan. 28. Charles Hilton Hingeston, aged 11, son of John H., 
surgeon, Coleman Street. 
„ 29. Joseph Fallen, aged 11, son of Joseph P., auctioneer, Fore 
Street, Cripplegate. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1826 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1826 ; B.A. 1330 ; Sixth Wrangler ; M.A. 1833 
Fellow of Corpus; Vicar of St. Benet's, Cambridge; B.D. 1841 
Professor of Astronomy in Gresham College. 

„ 31. James Hassall, aged 11, son of Thomas H., solicitor, 
Liverpool. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1825 (transferred to Campden Exhibitioner, 
1829) ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1832 ; Vicar 
of St. John Baptist, Toxteth Park, Liverpool. 

Feb. 2. Thomas Willan, aged 9, son of John W., gent, Kingswich, 
Worcester. 
„ 11. Robert Roberts, aged 11, son of Robert R., clergyman, 
Stokdoyle, Oundle. 

Left young ; eventually proceeded to Corpus Christi College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. 1830 ; Rector of Wadenhoe, Northants, 1831 ; of Ald- 
wincle, NorChants, 1838. 

„ 16. Edward Archer Tawney, aged 8, son of Richard T., gent, 
Dumchurch, Warwick. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1828 (but did not aj)parently enter at either 
University). 

„ 23. Ellis Goode Lobb, aged 11, son of Ellis Shipley L., hosier, 

Cheapside. 
„ 25. Frederick Horatio Bridgman, aged 11, son of John B., 

confectioner, Wigmore Street. 
April 1. Paulet Bray, aged 7, son of Edward B., solicitor, Great 

Russell Street. 

Simeon John Boileau, Capifaneo. 

Admitted September 20, 1811. 

April 5. Charles Cutler, aged 8, son of Martin C, corn dealer, 
97, Fleet Market. 



258 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [iSi8 

Admitted. 

May 6. Peter Hingeston, aged 9, sou of John H., apothecary, 
59, Coleman Street. 
John Stevens Pullen, aged 9, son of Joseph P., auctioneer, 
SO, Fore Street, Cripplegate. 

Auctioneer ; died November 1, 1869. 

„ 20. Oliver Ormrod (Ormerod), aged 11, son of Richard O., 
ironfounder, Manchester, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1825 ; Brasenose College, Oxford ; B.A. 1829 ; 
M.A. 1832 ; Rector of Presteign, Radnor, and Surrogate ; died 1880. 

„ 28. Frederick Knyvett, aged 11, son of Henry K., paymaster, 
Newport, Isle of Wight. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1825 ; hut entered Indian army ; Ensign 4tli 
Bengal N.I. 1821 ; Lieut. 1823 ; Captain, 1S37. 

June 1. Arthur Tatham, aged 9, son of Charles Heathcote T., 
architect. May Fair. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1827 ; Magdalene College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1835 ; Rector of Boconoc with Broadoak, Cornwall, 
1832 ; Prebendary of Exeter, and Proctor in Convocation ; J.P. ; died 
1874 ; Author of Prayers for the Use of Members of the Church of 
England during present troubles (1851). 

„ 3. John Clement Judge, aged 10, son of Joseph J., gent. Custom 
House. 

One of four brothers educated at St. Paul's School, went to America 
and died early. 

„ 6. Edward Pownall, aged 11, son of John P., solicitor, 32, Hatton 

Garden. 
„ 8. Thomas James Scal^, aged 9, son of Bernard S., clergyman, 

Braintree, Essex. 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1833 ; founded a large and successful 
private school at Twickenham, where he died about 1867. 

„ 15. Benjamin Dana (Daniel) Walsh, aged 9, son of Benjamin 
W., gent, Netherborough, Dorset. 

Captain 1826-27 ; Campden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1828 i B.A. 1831 ; Junior Optiine and 
First Class Classics; Fellow of Trinity; M.A. 1834; Translator of 
Aristophanes. 

„ 19. Edward Thomas Cox, aged 10, son of John Lewis C, printer, 

Great Queen Street. 
„ 22. Robert Coppinger, aged 9, son of Daniel C, gent (deceased), 

Walworth. 
July 2. Herbert Maynard, aged 10, son of Thomas M., merchant, 

Roduey Street, Pentonville. 
„ 3. Thomas Henry Steel, aged 11, son of Thomas Jordan S., 

Treasurer to the Corporation, Berwick-on-Tweed. 

Captain 1825-26 ; Campden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1826 ; B.A. 1830 ; 20th' Wrangler, and 
second in First Class Classics ; Cham^ellor's Medallist ; Fellow of 
Trinity ; Assistant Classical JIaster in Harrow School ; Vicar of 
St. Ippolvts, Herts, 1837-1857 ; Classical Examiner at St. Paul's 
School, 1844-1874 ; Chaiiman Old Pauline Dinner, 1877 ; died 1881 ; 
Author of Servians at ITarroic: 

Sept. 2. George Silvanus Snowden, aged 9, son of George S., surgeon, 
Ramsgate. 



iSiS] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 2.50 

Jd7nittcd. 

Sept. 2. John Poyuder, aged 9, son of John P., solicitor, Bridewell 
Hospital. 

Admitted solicitor ; clerk and solicitor to Bridewell and Betlilelum 
Hospitals ; died 1845. 

„ 9. Henry Couchman, aged 8, son of Henry C, farmer, Temple 
Balsall. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1828 (transferred to Campden Exhilntioner, 
1829); Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835; died 
January, 1840. 

„ 12. Frederick Pdchard Pullen, aged 9, son of Samuel P., 

solicitor, Barbers' Hall, Monk well Street. 
„ 14. James Kitchener Deacon, aged 9, son of John D., Deputy 
Marshal of the Admiralty, Stamford Street, Black- 
friars. 
Oct. 3. David Taylor Pollock, aged 9, son of David P., barrister, 
Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Left about 1827. 

„ 15. Essex Holcombe, aged 9, son of John H., clerk, Coshieston, 
Pembroke. 

Jesus College, Oxford ; B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 1835 ; Vicar of Llanganten 
with Llangywog, Brecknock ; died 1861. 

,, 30. Abraham Henry North, aged 9, son of Henry N., private 
master, 4, Session Street, Marylebone. 

Left in the Vllth about 1825 ; Ensign 30th Madras N.L, 1826 ; 
Lieut. 1839 ; Captain, 1841 ; died at Maugalore, May 1, 1843. 

Nov. 2. Charles Henry Rundall (Rundell), aged 8, son .of Charles 
R., military ordnance general, Madras. 
„ 23. Thomas Foreman Wilkinson, aged 9, son of Thomas 
Chambers W., clerk. Bush Hill, Edmonton. 

Entered military service, at first under the King of the Belgians, 
subsequently under Don Carlos, died c. 1852. 

Dec. 3. John Wilkinson, aged 9, son of Josiah W., warehouseman, 
Lad Lane. 

Left 1824^; "Went abroad as merchant to Para in the Brazils ; returned 
to England and became cashier at the Horse Shoe Brewery (Meux & Co. ). 



1819 

Jan. 2.5. George Bazell Lloyd, aged 11, son of Edmund L. (deceased), 
Harley Street. 
„ 28. Alfred Ward, aged 9, son of Samuel W., merchant, Alders- 
gate Street. 
„ 29. George Roger Longden, aged 8, son of Robert L., proctor. 
Doctors Commons. 

Proctor and solicitor ; Deputy Registrar, Archdeaconry Court of 
Surrey ; died 1880. 

Feb, 1. Edward John Cathrow, aged 9, son of George C, brewer, 
Hoddesdon, Herts. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1828 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1830; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1836. 

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260 SOHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1819 

Admitted. 

Mar. 11. Jonathan Palmer, aged 9, son of Benjamin P., upholsterer, 

177, Piccadilly. 
,, 15. John Povah, aged 11, son of John P., butcher, Red Lion 

Street, Holborn. 
„ 16. George Wood, aged 14, son of George W., cheesemonger, 

Thames Street. 
„ 23. John Randolph Rose, aged 7, son of John R., solicitor, 

Grays Inn. 
„ 27. Robert Brotherton Upton, aged 11, son of James U., 

apothecary, Throgmorton Street. 

Admitted Solicitor ; Clerk to the Company of Apothecaries ; Member 
of the Council of the Incorporated Law Society ; died 1872. 

April 1. Henry Burgess Whitaker Churton, aged 8, son of Raljih 
C, rector, Middleton Chain, Norts. 

Left St. Paul's School for the Charterhouse, 1822 ; Balliol College, 
Oxford; B.A. 1831; M.A. 183.5; First Class (Litt. Hum.), 1831; 
Fellow of Brasenose ; Pusey and Ellerton Scholar, 1835 ; Preacher at the 
Charterhouse, 1842-44 ; Vicar of Icklesham, Sussex, 1844 ; Examining 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Chichester ; Prebendary of Colworth (Chi- 
chester) ; Author of The Land of the Morning, 1851 ; GcrMrd's Medi- 
tations (translated and edited jointly with the Rev. H. Highton of 
Rugby), 1840 ; Texts for Students, Parts L and IL, 1840-41 ; Vestrtj 
Prayers before and after Service, (Hatchard), 1869 ; part of the 
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge Commentary, Haggai, 
Zechariah, and Malachi. 

„ 5. Edward Augustus Day, aged 11, son of Edward D., attorney- 

at-law. Chancery Lane. 
„ 19. Robert Dell, aged 8, son of Robert D., wine merchant, 

Aylesbury. 

Left young and went to Dr. Hamilton's School, Hemel Hempstead, 

subsequently a wine merchant at Aylesbury, where he was Chairman 

of Bedford's Charity ; died 1859 ; Author of The Blessed Hope. 

Henry Jeaffreson, aged 9, son of John J., surgeon, 
Islington. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1828 ; Pembroke College, Cambridge ; 
M.B. 1833; M.L. 1836; M.D. 1838; F.R.C.S. London; died 
December 7, 1866. 

„ 21. Alfred Beaumont, aged 7, son of John Thomas Barber B., 
esquire, Southampton Street. 

L. GwYNNE, Capitaneo. 

Admitted March 25, 1812. 

May 11. William Mackey, aged 11, son of George M., major, Glasgow. 
„ 17. James Brace Alexander, aged 8, son of James Wadman A., 
clergyman, Rayne, Essex. 

Trinity College, Oxford ; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1837. 

„ 21. Samuel Crowther, aged 7, son of Samuel C, clergyman, Ely 
Place, Holborn. 
June 7. Frederick Bissextile Smith, aged 11, son of James S., 
.solicitor, Austin Friars. 
Edward Mountford, aged 11, son of John M., surgeon, 
Gloucester Street, Queen Square. 



iSi9] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 2G1 

Admitted. 

June 8. Joseph Wilkinson, aged 9, son of Josiali W., warehouseman, 

Lad Lane. 

Left in 1824 to enter the employ of Messrs. Leaf, Old Cliange ; 

died 1856. 

„ 11. William Rustridge Holmes, aged 9, son of William H., 
solicitor, Bedfosd Row. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1829 ; Magdalene College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1833 ; M.A. 1836. 

,, 14. John Couchman, aged 8, son of Henry C., farmer, Temple 
Balsall. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1829; Clare Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1833; 
Junior Op. and Thii'd Class Classics ; M.A. 1837 ; Rector of Thornby, 
Warwickshire. 

July 3. Edward Devey, aged 9, son of Joseph Whiteing D., agent. 

South Shields, Durham. 
Aug. 31. John Gatty Hopkins, aged 9, son of John Gattey H., 

dancing master, Love Lane. 
Charles Tanqueray, aged 9, son of Edward T., clergyman, 

Tingrith, Beds. 

Head of the Bloomsbury Distillery (Charles Tanqueray & Co.) ; 
died 1865. 

Sept. 8. William Wallace, aged 9, son of Job Marple W., clergyi^an. 
Great Braxted, Essex. 

Entered at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, but being elected 
Rustat Scholar migrated to Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1833 ; 
Rector of Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, 1838 ; died 1868. 

,, 17. James Clarke, aged 8, son of Charles Edward C, surgeon, 

Pimlico. 
„ 29. John Hutton Cooper, aged 9, son of William Cook C, clerk, 
Wood Street, Cheapside. 
George Kennett Pollock, aged 9, son of David P., barrister, 
Cary Street. 

Left about 1829 ; Admitted solicitor ; solicitor to the Gas Light and 
Coke Company. 

Oct. 1. John Edward" Kempe, aged 9, son of Alfred John K., gent, 
Bromley, Kent. 

Pauline -Exhibitioner, 1829; Clare Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1833; 
Senior Op. and First Class Classics ; Fellow of Clare ; M.A. 1837 ; 
Vicar of St. Barnabas, Kensington ; Rector of St. James', Westminster, 
1853 ; Prebendary of Chamberlainswood in St. Paul's Cathedral, 1861; 
Chaplain in Ordinary to H.M., 1864 ; Proctor in Convocation and 
Rural Dean. 

„ 3. Joseph Williams Blaksley (Blakesley), aged 11, son of late 
J. G. B., factor, Blackwell Hill, Greenwich. 

Captain, 1826-27 (awarded a special Exhibition on recommendation 
of the Examiners) ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Stock Ex- 
hibitioner, 1827 ; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1829 ; migrated to Trinity ; 
B.A. 1831 ; Senior Op. and Third in First Class Classics ; Chancellor's 
Medallist ; Fellow of Trinity ; M.A. 1834 ; Tutor of Trinity, 1839 ; 
Select Preacher, 1840-43 ; Vicar of Ware, 1845 ; Classical Examiner 
to University of London, 1850 ; B.D. 1850 ; Canon of Canterbury, 
1863; Dean of Lincoln, 1872 ; Master of the Mercers' Company, 1854, 
and one of the Governors of St. Paul's School ; Author of The Life of 
Aristotle, The Majesty of the Law, The Di^spcvsation of Paganism, 
Christian Evidences, The IV ay of Peace, Herodotus {Bibl. Clussica), kc 



262 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1S19 

Admitted. 

Oct. 23. William Ballantine, aged 7, son of William B., barrister, 
Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street. 

Barrister, Inner Temple, called June 183i ; Serjeant, November 
1856 ; produced his llcmirwccnccs in 1882. 

,, 26. Francis Warren, aged 9, son of Dawson W., clerk, 
Edmonton. 
Nov. 10. Isaac William North, aged 9, son of Henry N., private 
master, Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury. 

Captain, 1827-29 ; Canipden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; B.A. 1833 ; Junior Op. and Second Class Classics ; 
M. A. 1836 ; Vicar of Holy Trinity, Greenwich ; Chairman Old Pauline 
Dinner, 1871 ; died 1881 ; Author of A Week in Scilly, and Sermons. 

Dec. 10. Henry Townsend Geary, aged 9, son of William G., clerk, 
11, White Lion Street, Spitalfields. 
„ 16. Handle Piatt, a'^ed 9, son of Samuel P., lawyer, Kepple 

Street, Russell Square. 
„ 17. Augustus Roots, aged 9, son of George R., barrister. 
Doughty Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1829 ; Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1833 ; 
Senior Op. and Second Class Classics. 

1820 

Jan. 2-i. Richard King, aged 9, son of Richard K., gentleman, 
Pimlico. 

M. D. ; companion of Sir George Back in his journeys in search of 
Sir John Ross in the Arctic Regions, 1833-35 ; he was the founder of 
the Ethnological Society; he died on February 4, 1876; he was the 
author of Franklin Expedition from First to Last, Narrative of a 
Joii,rney to tlic Shores of the Arctic Ocean, History of tlie Esquimaux ; 
he was editor of the Statistical and of the Ethnological Jou7-nal ; a 
copious contributor to the Medical Times and to the Anthropological 
JRcvicio, and he also wrote several medical pamphlets. 

Feb. 4. John William Hall, aged 8, son of John H., attorney, 
Hampstead. 

Campden Exhilntioner, 1831 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Scholar ; 
Perry ExluliitioniT, 1833; B A. 1835; M.A. 1838; Master in Shrewsbury 
School and Cheltenham College ; Vicar of South Baddesley, Hants. 

„ 25. William Kenrick Watson, aged 9, son of Kenrick W., 

surgeon, Storeport. 
Mar. 4. William Hennah, aged 9, son of Henry H., tea dealer, 

Arundel Street. 
,, 7. William Prowse Williams, aged 9, son of Rice W., naval 

officer, Kennington. 
„ 20. Jacob Hugo North, aged 8, son of Hem-y N., clerk, 

Tavistock Square. 

Captain, 1829-30 ; Campden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1837; Incumbent of St. George's Chapel, 
Brighton, 1851 ; Rector of White Roding, Essex, 1877. 

„ 23. Alfred de Bathe Brandon, aged 10, son of — , merchant, 

City Road. 

Practised as solicitor at Wellington, New Zealand ; Member of the 
House of Representatives for Wellington Country District ; Provincial 
Solicitor under several Administrations. 



iS2o] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 2C3 

Admitted. 

Apr. 12. Hardstone Frank Jones, aged 9, son of David J., attorney, 
Sise Lane, Bucklersbury. 
„ 18. David James Cannan, aged 8, son of David C, druggist, 
50, Lothbury. 

William' Goode, Capitanco. 

Admitted November 4, 1813. 

May 18. James Thomas Johnson, aged 8, son of George J., surgeon, 
G, John Street, America Square. 

Pauline Exliibitioner, 1830 ; St. John's College, Oxford ; B.A. 183^ ; 
Third Class Classics; M.A. 1839; Curate of Writtle, Essex; Rector 
ot Britwell Salome, Berks, 1851. 

June 1. Frederick Lothbury Persent, aged 9, son of M. W. P., floor 
chjth njanufacturer, 6, Corporation Row. 
„ 15. John Rogers, aged 9, son of John R., solicitor, 3, Pratt 

Street, Lambeth. 
„ 16. Alfred Robert Simson, aged 9, son of George S., upholsterer, 

19, St. Paul's Churchyard. 
„ 22. Thomas Glanfield, aged 11, son of Thomas G., accountant 
clerk, 10, Royal Row, Lambeth. 
July 14. Samuel Netheiton Harward, aged 9, son of John H., 

clergyman, Hartlebury, Worcester. 
Sept. 6. Thomas Cory Hawkes, aged 9, son of Thomas H., coal 
merchant, White Friars Wharf. 
„ 9. David Young Ferguson, aged 12, son of John F., wine 

merchant, 33, Threadneedle Street. 
„ 13. Richard Darke Edgcumbe, aged 9, son of Pierce E., Dock 

Yard, Chatham. 
„ 25. Edward Jones Catlow, aged 8, son of Samuel C, minister, 
26, Surrey Street, Strand. 
Kcsiding near Adelaide (South Australia), 1882. 

Oct. 2. Edward Howes, aged 7, son of George H., clergyman, 
Spixworth, Norfolk. 

Captain, 1830-31 ; Canipden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1833 ; Craven University Scholar, 1834 ; 
B.A. 1835 ; 25th Wrangler and Fii-st Class Classics ; Chancellor's 
Medallist; Fellow of Trinity ; M. P. for South Norfolk; Commissioner 
for Church Estates. 

William Hay Carnaby, aged 7, son of William C, Mus. D., 
31, Red Lion Square. 
„ 13. John Buck Thomson, aged 9, son of Henry T., clerk, 
Hastingleigh, Kent. 

Left in 1836; St. Thomas's Hospital ; M.E.C.S. 1837 ; practising 
at Eamsgate, Surgeon to the Coast Guard ; retired Surgeon Major 
1st Cinque Port Artillery Volunteers. 

Kov. 13. Robert James Jeffreys, aged 8, son of Herbert J., clerk, 
Stratford, Essex. 
„ 20. Alfred Day, aged 9, son of Edward D., attorney, 17, Chancery 
Lane. 



26-1 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1S21 



1821 

Admitted. 

Jan. 22. William Cramer, aged 8, sun of Fran9ois C, musician, 

Hampstead. 
Feb. 5. Frederick Richard Sawer, aged 8, son of Thomas S., 

merchant, Foster Lane. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, 1831 ; Queen's College, Oxford ; B.A. 1835. 

„ 19. Henry Walter Scott, aged 13, son of — , gent, 56, Burton 

Crescent. 
,, 24. Joseph Henchman, aged 10, son of Francis H., solicitor, 

58, Lambs Conduit Street. 
Mar. 2. Henry Thurston Thomson, aged 8, son of Henry T., clerk, 

Hastinoleicjh, Kent. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1831; Magdalene College, Cambridge (Scholar) ; 
B.A. 1837 ; Chajalain Priest of Otterj- St. Jlary, Devon, 1842 ; died 
1855 ; author of Scrmom ; Esther, a Poem, &c. 

„ 8. Charles Innes, aged 9, son of Charles I., linen draper, Fleet 

Street. 
Edward Hunt Langston, aged 9, son of S. L. {deceased), 

clergyman, Bath. 
„ 30. Hyla Holden Rose, aged 9, son of Hyla Holden R., gent, 

Birmingham. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1829 ; Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1833 ; 
Junior Op. and Third Class Classics ; M. A. 1836 ; Vicar of Erdiugton, 
Warwickshire, 1850. 

Apr. 4. Henry Stabb, aged 9, son of James S., warehouseman, 
54, Friday Street. 
„ 5. Joseph Blades Palmer, aged 9, son of Benjamin P., up- 
holsterer, 175, Piccadilly. 

Carapden Exhibitioner, 1830; Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1834; 
Senior Op. and Third Class Classics ; M.A. 1839 ; Minister of Brathay, 
Ambleside ; died 1843. 

„ 16. Septimus Nottidge, aged 9, son of John N., clerk, East 
Hanningfield, Essex. 

Pauline^Exhibitioner, 1830; Jesus College, Cambridge; B.A. 1834; 
Curate of South Fam bridge ; Kector of Ashingdon, Essex, 1846 ; 
died 1879. 

„ 30. Charles Frederick Hawkes, aged 9, son of Samuel H., 
ironmonger. Long Acre. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1830 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; died at 
Cambridge, Dec. 12, 1832, and was biuied in Grantchester Churchyard. 

May 24.^ William Johnson, aged 7, son of George J., surgeon, John 
Street, America Square. 

Left about 1828 ; Admitted Solicitor ; practised at Great Dunmow, 
Essex ; died 1871. 

June 1. Walter Tobin, aged 9, son of James Webb T., 17, RadclifFe 
Terrace. 
„ 25. Gerard Eyton Watson, aged 8, son of Kenrick W., surgeon, 
Stourport, Worcester. 

' On May 23, 1821, it was ordered that by nomination of the members of the Court 
admission to St Paul's School should be in rotation. 



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SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



265 



Advdttcd. 

June 29. Thumas Nash Stephenson, aged 8, son of Thomas S., 
surgeon, Worcester. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1831 ; Worcester College, Oxford; B. A. 1835 ; 
M.A. 1837 ; Yicar of Shirley, 1843 ; Vicar of Bromyard, Hereford, 1867. 

July 6. John Grinsted, aged 11, son of Richard G., grocer, Abingdon, 
Berks. 

Markland Barnaed, Capitanco. 

Admitted August 18, 1814. 

Sept. 13. Alfred Hill, aged 10, son of — , Lt.-Col. Oxford Blues, 
Barracks, Regents Park. 
„ 20. Robert Vaux Leese, aged 9, son of Lewis L., surgeon, South 

Street, Finsbury. 
„ 21. William Towers Geary, aged 9, son of William G., clergy- 
man, Spitalfields. 
„ 24. William Butler Langmore, aged 9, son of William L., M.D., 
Finsbury Square. 

London Hospital ; L.S.A.L. 1837; M.R.C.S, 1839 ; F.R.S. 
Oct. 1. John Willott, aged 8, son of John Taylor W., warehouse- 
man, Milk Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1831 ; St. John's College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1835 ; M.A. 1838. 

3. George Hawkes, son of Samuel H., lOG, Long Acre. 

Died while still in the School, 1826. 

8. John Davis, aged 9, son of David D., physician, George 
Street, Hanover Square. 

9. Benjamin Lewis, aged 9, son of Thomas L., warehouseman. 
Queen Street, Cheapside. 

10. Jonathan Cooper, aged 9, son of William Cook C, ware- 
houseman, 55, Wood Street. 

29. John Symonds Longden, aged 9, son of John Robert L., 
proctor, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square. 

Died young. 

Nov. 29. Woodthorpe Brandon, aged 8, son of Henry B., merchant, 
Westmoreland Place, City Road. 

Admitted Middle Temple, November, 1848 ; called to the Bar, 1851 ; 
Assistant-Judge in Lord Mayor's Comt. 



Feb. 



Mar. 2 



1822 

Henry Hope Tobin, aged 8, son of James Webbe T., 
1, Little Carter Lane. 

Charles Maitland Tate, aged 9, son of — , clergyman, Rich- 
mond, Yorks. 

George Thomas Pogson, aged 7, sou of Thomas P., Colonel 
Madras Cavalry, Cathgrave Hall, Suft'olk. 

Arthur Ballantine, aged 8, son of William B., barrister, 
Serjeants Inn. 

John Mon'is, aged 11, son of Thomas M., ujiholder, 
26, St. Pauls Churchyard. 



2G6 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1822 

Admitted. 

Mar. 12. Henry Search, aged 10, son of John S., clerk in the Bank, 
Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth. 
„ IC. Alfred Arnald, aged 9, son of George A., landscape painter, 
A.R.A., 2, Western Street, Pentonville. 
April 1. Peter Henry Francis Brochard, aged 1.3, son of — , 
schoolmaster, 12, Camden Street, Camden Town. 
„ 22. Thomas Barnes, aged 9, son of James B., merchant, 
Tavistock Square. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1831 ; Trinity College, Cambridge, where he 
continued as a pensioner till 1836, but did not graduate. 

May 20. Edward Dod Colville, aged 12, son of Edward Dod C, 

Deputy Register of Chancery, Charlotte Street, Portland 

Place. 
June 8. Charles Toogood, aged 9, son of Jonathan T., surgeon, 

Bridgewater, Somerset. 
„ 25. Francis White Merewether, aged 8, son of Henry Alworth 

M., barrister. Chancery Lane. 

J. H. Stone, Capitanco. 

Admitted August 23, 1813. 

July 15. James Tnnes, aged 9, son of Charles I., linen draper, 

No. 80, Hatton Garden. 
Sept. 4. Robert Anstruther, aged 9, son of Robert Lindsay A., 
Lt.-Col. Bengal Native Cavalry, Reading, Berks. 
„ 17. Joel Abraham Knight, aged 8, son of John Christopher K., 
surgeon, 17, Finsbury Place South. 
Henry Green, aged 11, son of Henry G., Kensington. 

Son of Henry G., of Egwood, co. Hereford, and Anna Hilton his 
wife ; admitted Sizar, ]\Iagdalene College, Cambridge, July 4, 1830, 
aged 20 ; B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1837. 

„ 20. Edmund Morewood, aged 9, son of George M., merchant. 

No. 5, Pancras Lane, Queen Street. 
„ 25. Edmund Goolden, aged 8, son of Richard G., surgeon. 

Maidenhead, Berks. 

King's College, London; surgeon (not in practice) ; died April 4, 1847. 

„ 28. William Holden, aged 9, son of William Rose H., clergy- 
man, Worcester. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1831 ; "Worcester College, Oxford ; B.A. 1834 ; 
M.A. 1837. 

Oct. 3. Stephen Charles Venour, aged 9, son of John V., clergy- 
man, Bourton, Warwick. 

Admitted solicitor; practised in London ; died 1859. 

„ 5. Henry Berthon, aged 11, son of Benjamin B., coal merchant, 

18, Mecklenburgh Square. 
„ 16. Edward Venn Musgrave, aged 9, son of Thomas Cecil M., 

coal merchant, Cal thorp Cottage, Chelsea. 
„ 24. George Warren Watts Firth, aged 9, son of William F., 

Serjeants Inn. 

.M". K.C.S. England, 1S36 ; Fellow, 1845 : practised at Nonvich. 



1 822] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 267 



Admitted. 

Oct. 31. Hubert Deane Nind, aged 13, son of — , clergyman, Have 
Hatch, Berks. 

Left in 1826 ; entered St. George's Hospital, London, but did not 
complete his course ; died 187i. 

Nov. 18. George Barrow Morewood, aged 11, son of George M., 
merchant, 5, Eancras Lane, Queen Street. 
Edward Samuel Lewis, aged 12, son of — , esquire, 
Westerham, Kent. 

Christ Church, Oxford ; B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1838. 
Augustus Adam Bagshawe, aged 7, son of Sir William 
Chambers B., bart., Bath. 

Left in 1828 ; St. George's Hospital (four and a half years) ; Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge (Scholar) ; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1837 ; 
B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Wormhill, Derby, 1843 ; Rural Dean 
of Buxton. 

1823 

Jan. 29. Charles Twissleton Alstone (Alston), aged 11, son of Sir 
Charles A., baronet, Stafford. 

Left about 1831 ; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Stock Exhi- 
bitioner, 1831 ; died at College, 1834. 

Feb. 5. John Charles Langmore, aged 8, son of William L., M.D., 

1, King Street, Finsbury Square. 

Left in Vlth Class, 1828 ; London Hospital and University College, 
London; M.R.C.S. 1836; M.B. (London) 1842; F.R.C.S. 1858; 
practised in Loudon. 

„ 17. William Wilkinson, aged 11, son of — , gent, Montpellier, 
South Lambeth. 
Mar. 12. John Davies, aged 12, son of John D., gent, 2, Sidmouth 
Place. 

Left about 1826 ; became a Civil Engineer ; died at Manchester, 1862 ; 
author of a book on Patents. 

Thomas White Davies, aged 9, son of John D., gent, 

2, Sidmouth Place. 

Left in 1827 ; London University ; Commissioner of Taxes, 1865. 
„ 13. George Frederick Felton, aged 7, son of George F., merchant, 

8, Lawrence Poulteney Lane. 
„ 14. Hudson Lowe Shawe, aged 7, son of John S., merchant, 

Merton, Surrey. 
„ 21. Mark Antony Saurin, aged 10, son of the Bishop of 

Dromore, Palace, Uromore. 
April 7. Thomas Gurney Goldsmith, aged 9, son of John G., chemist, 

Bridge Street, Blackfriars. 
„ 8. Spencer Hotchkin, aged 12, son of Lambert H., gent, 

Kensington. 

Solicitor ; died 1873. 

May 27. Wilham Richard Bingley, aged 9, son of William B. 
{deceased), clergyman, 2, Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury. 

Trinity CoUege, Oxford ; B.A 1836. 

June 2. Thomas William White, aged 11, son of — , Lt.-Col, 
Hampton, Middlesex. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1823 



June 18. John Windle, aged 8, son of John W., colour manufacturer, 
Old Montague Street, Whitechapel. 

Captain, 1832-33 ; CampJen Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; B.A. 1837, 22iid Wrangler ; M.A. 1840 ; Second Master, 
Islington Proprietarj' School, 1838 ; Curate of St. Mary's, "White- 
chapel, 1849 ; Vicar of Horndou-ou-the-Hill, Essex, 1856. 

James Prince Lee, Gccpitaneo. 

Admitted May 24, 1813. 

July 11. William Finch, aged 9, son of Henry F., clergyman, 
Shelford, Cambridge, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1833 ; Stock Exhibitioner, 1834 ; B.A. 1837. 

Sept. 16. Philip Browne Dalton, aged 9, son of Charles D., clerk 
in Holy Orders, Kelvedon, Essex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1832, St. John's College, Cambridge, where 
he continued as a Pensioner till 1835, but did not gi-aduate. 

18, John Henry Kirtley, aged 9, son of George K., mauufixcturer, 

Manchester. 
20. Henry Kent Hughes, aged 9, son of Thomas H., dyer, 

Bunhill Row. 

22. Alexander William Buchanan, aged 9, son of Benjamin 
Bartlet B,, M.D., Hatton Garden. 

23, John Browne Twist, aged 14, son of — , solicitor, Coventry. 

Left in 1828 ; admitted solicitor, 1833 (Twist and Sous) ; practised 
at Coventry. 

30. Alexander Hood Ommaney Butterfield, aged 8, son of 
William B., Captain R.N., 2, Kings Square, Goswell 
Road. 
Oct, 8. Alexander Magnay, aged 9, son of Christopher M, (Alder- 
man), paper manufacturer. College Hill. 
„ 13. George Searle- Ebsworth, aged 8, son of Thomas E., wool- 
broker, 66, Coleman Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1837, 
28th Wrangler ; M.A. 1840 ; Vicar of Ilkeston, Derby, 1842 ; Vicar 
of Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire, 1863. 

„ 14. Charles Alexander Spiisbury, aged 10, son of Charles S., 

printer, 57, Spencer Street. 
„ 25. Richard Harris Dalton Barham, aged 8, son of Richard 

Harris B., clergyman. Great Queen Street, Lincolos 

Inn. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1834, Oriel College, Oxford; B.A. 1838; 

Fourth Class Classics ; Kector of Lolwarth, Cambridge, 1839-75 ; 

author of Life and Remains of Theodore Hook, Life and Letters of 

Rev. R. H. Barham. 

„ 27. John Josiah Day, aged 8, son of John D., Orange Court, 
Leicester Square. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1844; Assistant- Master 
King's School, Sherborne, 1837; Second Master, Blackheath Proprietary 
School, 1844 ; Beverley Jlinster, 1855 ; Vicar of Bensham, Gateshead, 
1865 ; Surrogate, 



1823] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 269 

Admitted. 

Nov. 3. Alfred Arrow Kempe, aged 9, son of Alfred John K., M.D., 
Windmill Row, Camberwell. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Magdalene College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1838 ; Kector of Wexliam, Bucks. 

„ 11. Alfred Morewood, aged 9, son of George M., merchant, 

Pancras Lane, 

Robert (Ralph Augustus) Hawkins, aged 9, son of Anthony 

H., 37, Ui^per Brook Street, Grosvenor Square. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1833, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry- 
Exhibitioner, 1835 ; B.A. 1837 (Junior Op. and 2nd Class Classics); 
M.A. 1840. 

„ 19. William Parker, aged 9, son of William P., gent, 
6, Gloucester Buildings, Walworth. 
Dec. 1. William White Eades, aged 10, son of John E., bookseller, 
Newgate Street. 

1824 

Jan. 19. Richard Exton, aged 13, son of B. B. E., clerk in Holy 
Orders, Greens Norton, Northants. 

Ordained as a Literate ; Rector of Hemley, Suffolk ; died 1867. 

„ 23. Edward Ormerod, aged 12, son of — , ironfounder, Man- 
chester. 

Living in London, 1883. 

„ 30. Frederick Magnay, aged 10, son of Christopher M. 
(Alderman), paper manufacturer. College Hill. 
Feb. 7. Albert Evelyn Barton, aged 11, son of — B., 14, Wyndham 
Place, Bryanston Square. 
25. William Morrice, aged 9, son of Andrew M., clergyman, 
Great Brickhill, Bucks. 
Mar. 10. John Barry Brodrick, aged 9, son of William B., solicitor, 
New Ormond Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1833, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1838 ; 
M.A. 1844 ; Rector of Sueaton, near Whitby ; author of Laijs of the 
Sabbath, &c. 

April 12. Richard Septimus Wilkinson, aged 9, son of Josiah W., 
warehouseman. Lad Lane. 

Left in 1828 ; member of the Stock Exchange ; Chairman of Not- 
tingham and Grantham Railway Company ; J. P. and D.L. for the 
county of Lincoln ; High Sheriff of Rutland, 1869. 

May 1} Jeremy Innys Baker Turnor, aged 9, son of John T., clerk 

in Holy Orders, Hagley, Worcester. 
„ 24. George Sewell, aged 12, son of John S., distiller, Thames 

Street. 
„ 28. David Thacker Lewis, aged 7, son of John L., surgeon, 

16, Mark Lane. 
„ 31. Robert Swinney Sherlock, aged 10, son of — , Captain 

R.N., Dover, Kent. 

' It was resolved on May 13, 1824, that Accountant on entering office shall retain 

a Presentation be given to each memi3er in two Presentations for himself and other 

rotation, according to the date of their two for the Surveyor-Assistant, 
admission on the Court ; that the Surveyor- 



270 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1824 

Admitted. 

June 2. William Alexander Osborne, aged 9, son of William 0., 
gent, Worcester. 

Captain, 1831-32 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinit}' College, Cam 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1833 : Craven Scholar, 1835 ; B.A. 1836 
Senior Op. and Senior Classic; Chancellor's Medallist; M.A. 1839 
Head Master, Macclesfield Grammar School, 1837 ; of Rossall School, 
1849-69 ; Rector of Dodingtou, Somerset, 1875 ; author of A Critical 
Commentary and Notes on the Text of tJie Revised Version of the New 
Testament, and editor of Horace. 

„ 18. John Valentine Lewis, aged 13, son of John L., surgeon, 
Mark Lane. 

William Aldwin Soames, Capitanco. 

Admitted February 17, 1816. 

Sept. 1. John Wilson, aged 9, son of Jonah W., surgeon, Huntingdon. 
„ 2. Thomas William Crawley, aged 9, son of John Lloyd C, 
clerk, Heyford, Northants. 

Admitted solicitor, 1838 ; matriculated Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 
1844 ; B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 1851 ; Rector of Heyford, Northampton. 

Oct. 1. Charles Coleby Roberts, aged 9, son of John E.., surgeon, 
Lothbury. 

Captain, 1833-34; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Scholar, 1838 ; B.A. 1838 ; Senior Op. and 
Second Class Classics ; M. A. 1843 ; elected Fourth Master of St. Paul's 
School, 1838, and died 1854. 

„ 2. Lewis Powell, aged 8, son of Lewis P., surgeon, Falconer 

Square. 
„ 6. John Abraham Seward Field, aged 13, son of James F., 

surgeon. Bolt Court, Fleet Street. 
„ 7. Philip Anderson, aged 8, son of late Captain A. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1834, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1835 ; B.A. 1838 ; M.A. 1849 ; probably P.A. 
Chaplain H.E.I.C.S. 1842; died December 13, 1857; author "of The 
English in Western India. 

„ 8. William Ray, aged 9, son of James R., draper, Clare, Suffolk. 
„ 29. John Henry Webster, aged 9, son of Thomas Oakington W., 
clerk, Polygon, Somers Town. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1834, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1838 
(Wrangler) ; M.B. 1843 ; M.L. 1844. 

„ 30. Samuel Pryer Field, aged 8, son of John F., teller of the 
Mint, No. 8, Mint. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1835, Pembrolce College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1839; ]\r.A. 1843; Rector of Boulge, Suffolk, 1840; Vicar 
of Sawbridgeworth, Herts, 1862. 

Nov. 12. John Henry Roberts, aged 11, son of John R., surgeon, 
Lothbury. 

Surgeon, Guy's Hospital; practised in London; F.R.C.S. 1855; 
eminent microscopist. 

„ 2-i. John Feetham, aged 8, son of Thomas F., coal merchant, 

Western Wharf, Abingdon Street. 
„ 6. John Falkener, aged 8, son of Lyon F., wine merchant, 

London Military Depot, Tooley Street. 



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1825 

j4dmiUed. 

Feb. 7. Frederick Thomas Lloyd, aged 13, son of — L., Acct.-Gen. 
to the E. I. Company, Clapham Common. 
Charles Seven (Severn) Absolom, aged 15, son of — , 
grocer, 13, Cannon Street. 

Trinity Collegu, Cambridge; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835; Vicar of 
Manniiigtree, Essex ; died c. 1877. 

„ 8. William Frederick Pollock, aged 9, son of Jonathan P., 
barrister, 26, Bedford Row. 

Left in 1833 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Scholar, 1835 ; B.A 1836 ; 
Senior Op. and Third Class Classics ; M.A. 1840 ; Barrister (Inner 
Temple) 1838 ; Master of the Exchequer, 1846 ; (,)\ieen's Remem- 
brancer, 1874 ; succeeded as 2nd Baronet (Pollock of Hatton), 1870 ; 
author of a Translation of the Divina Comcdia. 

„ 9. Charles Richard Alford, aged 8, son of Charles A., clergy- 
man. West Quantock's Head, Somerset. 

Campden E.xhibitioner, 1835, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1839; 
M.A. 1842 ; D.D. 1867 ; Principal of Metropolitan Training Institution, 
1854 ; Bishop of Victoria (Hong Kong), 1867-72 ; Coadjutor to the 
Bishop of Huron, Canada ; author of First Principles of the Oracles 
of God, &c. 

„ 14. John Thomas Thompson, aged 9, son of John T., oil 

merchaiit, 1, Little Knightrider Street. 
„ 18. Joseph Hall, aged 8, son of John Edward H., attorney, 

1, King Street, St. Lukes. 
„ 26. Walter William Smith, aged 9, son of George S., architect, 
8, Bread Street Hill. 
Apr. 11. Francis Barah Lousada, aged 11, son of Isaac Barah L., 
33, Brunswick Square. 
„ 28. Spencer Ashlin, aged 10, son of John A., cornfactor, 
Wandsworth. 
May 11, Henry Rumsey Forster, aged 10, son of John F., farmer, 
Wendover. 

Left in the I Vth Class, 1829 ; Letterpress printer ; author of i^orsfcr's 
Pocket Peerage ; The Stowe Catalogue priced and annotated. 

„ 13. William Rennington Mercer, aged 9, son of William M., 

distiller, Walworth. 
June 1. Donald Douglas (William) Falconer McLeod, aged 9, son of 

Donald McL., Captain R.N., Greenwich Hospital. 
„ 14. George Randall Sherlock, aged 8, son of Robert S., Captain 

R.N., Dover. 
„ 29. John Charles Rowlatt, aged 9, son of John R., merchant, 

Spencer Street. 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1849 ; Priest-Vicar of Exeter 

Cathedral, 1852, and Vicar of St. Paul's, Exeter, 1854. 

July 2. John Mason, aged 9, son of James M., merchant, 
Birmingham. 



272 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1825 



Thomas Henry Steel, Capiianeo. 

Admitted July 3, 1818. 
Admitted. 

Sept. 6. Robert Williams, aged 13, son of Lewis W., gent, 
101, Guildford Street, Russell Square. 
„ 24. Richard Windle, aged 9, son of John H., colour manu- 
facturer. Old Montague Street, Whitechapel. 

Left ill 1833 ; Clerk in the Bank of England ; died 1882. 

„ 28. Philip Myddleton (Middelton), aged 9, son of William 
Price M., clergyman, Shrawley, Worcester. 
Oct. 3. Edward Ollivant, aged 9, son of William O., Navy Office 
clerk, 18, Friday Street. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1835 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1842 ; Master of Wye Grammar School, Kent ; 
Vicar of Llandewi-Rydderch, 1865 ; Rural Dean of Abergavenny, 
1869-75; Rector of Erbistock, Flint; Examining Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Llandaff ; died 1883. 

„ 8. John Henchman, aged 11, son of Francis H., gent, 

38, Great Ormond Street. 
,, 10. Henry Burton Hassall, aged 9, son of Thomas H., gent. 

Stone Grove Cottage, Edgware. 
„ 12. Arthur Greatorex, aged 9, son of Thomas G., professor of 

music, 70, Upper Norton Street. 
James Frederick Pattison, aged 9, son of Thomas P., 

East India Office, 36, Cross Street, Islington. 
„ 13. Arthur Shelly Eddis, aged 8, son of Ed. E., Government 

Office, Somerset House, 40, Park Street, Islington. 

Captain, 1834-35 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Scholar and Perry Exhibitioner, 1838 ; B.A. 1839 ; Senior 
Op. and fourth in First Class Classical Tripos ; Senior Chancellor's 
Medallist ; Hulsean Prize ; Fellow and Assistant Tutor, Trinity ; called 
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1845 ; Q.C. 1869 ; Professor of Equity to 
Inns of Court ; Bencher of Lincoln's Inn ; Judge of Clerkeiiwell County 
Court; Chairman of Old Pauline Dinner, 1877. 

„ 14. Paul Suttaby, aged 8, son of William S., bookseller, 

Stationers Court, Ludgate Street. 
„ 24. William Goolden, aged 7, son of Richard G., surgeon, 

Maidenhead, Berks. 

King's College, London ; St. Thomas's Hospital ; F.R.C.S. ; L.A S. ; 
practised at Maidenhead ; died in Madeira, April 1847. 

„ 26. (Jas.) Henry Davidson, aged 9, son of James Henry D., 
Lieutenant of Marines, 2, Union Street, Somers Town. 



1826 

Jan. 28. Gustavus Septimus Judge, aged 9, son of Joseph J., late 
land waiter of Customs, 29, Albemarle Street, Picca- 

Admitted solicitor ; practises at Bombiy. 
March 8. William Daws, aged 10, son of Thomas D., horse dealer. 
Kings Mews, Grays Inn Lane. 



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Admitted. 

Mar. 18. Joseph Banks Durliam, aged 9, son of Robert A. H. D., 
coal merchant, 31, Russell Street, Bloomsbury. 
;, 21. Edmund Ward, aged 11, son of Samuel W., merchant, 
Rutland Place, Blackfriars. 
Apr. 15. Alfred Bush, aged 8, son of Thomas B., hop merchant, 
Garrat House, aear Wandsworth. 
John St. Mawe Tatlow, aged 9, son of Anthony S. T., 
mineral dealer, Strand. 

Campden ExhiHlioDer, 1834 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Pensioner 
till 1837, but did not graduate. 

„ 17. Edward Windsor, aged 10, son of Richard Vaughan W., 

law stationer, 37, Chancery Lane. 
May 3. Edward James, aged 7, son of Edward J., surgeon, 

Uxbridge, Middlesex. 
„ 8. John Frederick Pott, aged 9, son of John Frederick P., 

proctor, Doctors Commons. 
„ 9. Robert John Pollock, aged 9, son of Jonathan Frederick P., 

barrister, 26, Bedford Row. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1834 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; resided 
one year ; then entered Indian Army (8tli Madras Liglit Cavalry) ; 
resigned his commission, 1843 ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 
1844 ; Associate of Exchequer Court, 1845 ; died 1853. 

„ 22. Charles Augustus Parkinson, aged 9, son of James P., 

merchant, 46, Bedford Square. 
„ 26. William Smart Loxley, aged 9, son of John L., solicitor, 

Norcott Court, near Great Berkhampstead. 

Left in 1830 ; merchant, went to New Zealand, where he died in 1865. 

July 10. Arthur Lancelot -Stephens, aged 9, son of Lancelot P. S., 
clergyman, Clavering, Essex. 

Joseph Williams Blakesley, Cajnfanco. 

Admitted October 3, 1819. 

Sept. 16. John Mounsey, aged 9, son of William M., tavern keeper, 
Finch La»e, Cornhill. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1835 (but apparently did not proceed to the 
University). 

„ 23. Charles William Evanson, aged 13, son of William 
AUeyn E., clergyman, Jetfries Terrace, Kentish Town. 

St. Edmund Hall, Oxford; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1838; Vicar of 
St. Andrew's, Bristol ; died 1873. (Note on his Presentation: "read- 
mitted October 29, 1829, J. Sleath.") 

„ 28. Frederick Ebsworth, aged 10, son of Thomas E., wool 
broker, Pentonville. 

Left in 1833 ; a merchant in Sydney, New South Wales. 

„ 29. Edward James Bevir, aged 9, son of George B., solicitor, 
Cirencester. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1834 ; St. Mary Hall, Oxford ; B.A. 1837 ; 
M.A. 1840 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1840 ; Q.C. 1877. 

Oct. 2. Henry Annesley Hotchkin, aged 9, son of Lambert H., 
Audit Office, Kensington. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1835; Clare Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1840; 
M.A. 1844. 



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SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



[1826 



Admitled. 

Oct. 5. Frederick Dennison, aged 9, son of Richard B. D., M.D., 
92, Guilford Street. 
Edward George Griffith (Griffiths), aged 7, son of Edward 
G., sohcitor, Featherstone Buildings, Holborn. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1839 ; B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1845 ; called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple) ; took Orders, 1849 ; Vicar of Winterbourne Cherborough. 

„ 6. Thomas Windle, aged 9, son of John H. W., color manu- 
facturer, Montague Street, Mile End New To^vn. 

Left about 1833 ; London and Westminster Bank ; formerly manager 
of the Eastern Branch (retired). 

,, 9. Samuel King Webster, aged 7, son of Thomas W., clergy- 
man, 48, Hatton Garden. 

Left in 1838 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1842 ; Junior 
Op. ; Vicar of Ingham, Lincolnshire. 

„ 10. Francis Lovelock Coxe, aged 9, son of Charles B. C, 
clergyman, New Town Lodge, Hungerford, Berks. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1836 ; St. John's College, Oxford (no 
degree) ; residing near Hungerford ; J. P. for Berks. 

„ 31. Fielding Wallis Tate, aged 8, son of James T., clergyman, 
Richmond School, Yorks. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Trinity College, Cambridge (no 
degree). 

Nov. 25. Walter Long Bozzi Granville, aged 8, son of Aug. Bozzi G. 
M.D., 16, Grafton Street, Berkeley Square. 

Subsequently at ficole Polytechnique, Paris ; Architect to the 
Government of India at Calcutta; died 1874. 



1827 



Jan. 22. Henry Hutchinson Swinny, aged 13, son of Henry S., 
schoolmaster, Gravesend. 

Magdalene College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1836 ; "Wrangler and Second 
Class Classics ; Fellow of Magdalene ; M.A. 1839 ; Principal of 
Cuddesdon Theological College, 1859 ; died 1862. 

Mar. 9. John Samuel Tanqneray, aged 9, son of Edward F. T., 
clergyman, Tingrith, Beds. 

Left about 1830; Pembroke College, Cambridge (?) (no degree); 
residing at Llangollen. 

„ 14. Thomas Beach Fades, aged 8, son of Thomas E., clergyman, 
Harvington, Worcester. 

Left in 1837 ; Trinity College, Oxford, where he died as an Under- 
graduate. 

„ 28. Richard Bontein Howe, aged 9, son of Alexander 
Burgoyne H., Lieut. R.N., Gloster Street, Bloomshury. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1835 ; Pembroke College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1839 ; Master of Barnsley Grammar School, 1839-45; Chaplain 
K.N. 

Apr. 4. R. De la Fosse Shield, aged 9, son of George S., gentleman, 
Frinsbury, near Rochester. 

June 1. William Willott, aged 10, son of John Taylor W., ware- 
houseman, Milk Street. 



1827] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 275 

Adm Mai. 

June 18. Augustus Kerr Granville, aged 11, son of Bozzi G., M.D., 
Grafton Street, Berkeley Square. 

Corpus Christi College, Camhridge (Bacon Scholav) ; B.A. 18R8 ; 
M.A. 1841 ; Vicar of St. James, Hatcliam, Kent, 1845-68. 

Benjamin Dann Walsh, Cajnfanco (j^ro temjwre). 

Admitted June 15, 1818. 

June 23. Charles Samuel Stokes, aged 9, son of Charles Scott S., 
solicitor, Streatham Common, 

Camjiden Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1838 (no degree). 

„ 25. Henry Lovell, aged 9, son of William L., surveyor, Collyer 
Street, Pentonville. 

St. John's College, Cambridge; Crosse Scholar; B.A. 1841; 
13th Wrangler; Tyrwhitt's Hebrew Scholar, 1843 ; M.A. 1844. 

„ 30. John Guazzaroni, aged 8, son of Joseph G., teacher. New 
Street, Dorset Square. 

Isaac William North, Capitaneo. 

Admitted Kovcmhcr 10, 1819. 

Sept. 17. John Shepard Thompson, aged 10, son of John T., clerk 
in the Registry Office, Godliman Street. 
„ 18. Thomas Foster Sawer, aged 9, son of Thomas S., silk 
manufacturer, Aldermanbnry. 
Oct. 3. William Henchman, aged 9, son of Francis H., attorney, 
Great Ormond Street. 
Thomas James Holmes, aged 10, son of Robert H., gen- 
tleman, Lyme Regis, Dorset. 
„ 8. Robert Robinson John Price, aged 8, son of Robert 
Robinson P., merchant, Blackman Street, Southwark. 
Edward Jamfes Wallace, aged 10, son of Robert W., surgeon, 
Bomba}^. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior Op.) 1839 ; M.A. 1842 ; 
Student of the Inner Temple ; called to the Bar, and practised at first 
in England, subserjuently at Bombay, where he died about 1850. 

,, 9. Melsup Hill, aged 9, son of Henry William H., clergyman. 
Rock, Worcester. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1836 ; Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 
(Senior Op. and Third Class Classics), 1840 ; M.A. 1869 ; Rector of 
Shelsley Beauehamp, Worcester ; formerly Vicar of St. John's, 
Kidderminster. 

William AUeyn Evanson, aged 8, son of William AUeyn E., 

clergyman, Jeffries Terrace, Kentish Town. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; died as an Undergraduate about 1839. 

„ 11. Philip Wright, aged 9, son of Job W., merchant, Is- 
lington. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1836 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1837 ; B.A. (Senior Op. and Third Class Classics) 1840 ; 
M.A. 1851 ; Secretary of the Bishop of London's Fund. 

T 2 



276 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1827 

Admitted. 

Oct. 16. George Knox, aged 13, son of George K., merchant, Vere 
Street, Cavendish Square. 

Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 1833 (Scholar); B.A. 1837; 
M.A. 1855 ; Chaplain in the H.E.J.C. service ; Secretary to C.M.S. 
for London District, 1864-71 ; Vicar of Exton, Rutland ; Chairman 
Old Pauline Diuuer, 1881. 

„ 20. Daniel Lambert, aged 13, son of Daniel L., wine merchant, 
Brixton. 

„ 23. Edwin Thorn Wait, aged 8, son of Daniel G. W., clergy- 
man, Blagden, Somerset. 

Bristol Koyal Infirmary and University of Heidelberg ; M.D. ; 
died 1844, aged 24, at Clifton, near Bristol. 

„ 29. Andrew Alexander Knox, aged 9, son of George K., mer- 
chant, Vere Street, Cavendish Square. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1847 ; called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1847; Police Magistrate at Marlborough St.; 
F.R.G.S. 

Nov. 19. Henry Beresford Melville, aged 8, son of David M., 
merchant, Duhvich. 

Obtained a commission as Ensign in 54th Beng.1l Native Infantry, 
1837 ; Lieutenant, 1840 ; and took part in the disastrous retreat from 
Cabul, January 1842, when he was taken prisoner by Akbar Khan ; 
subsequently released by the troops under General Pollock ; Captain, 
1843 ; invalided, as Captain, in 1851 ; and died in 1855. 

Dec. 4. John Storar, aged 11, son of Thomas S., linen draper, 

90, Watling Street. 
„ 5. Astley Cooper Lewis, aged 14, son of John L., surgeon, 

Mark Lane. 
„ 14. Edward Eagleton, aged 9, son of Edward E., tea dealer, 

Newgate Street. 

1828 

Jan. 23. Thomas Shuttleworth Butler, aged 9, son of Cornelius B., 

surgeon, Brentwood, Essex. 
Feb. 14. Edward James Wallace, aged 10, son of Edward W., 

surgeon, Carshalton, Surrey. 

St. Thomas's Hospital ; M.E.C.S. ; L.S.A. ; Assistant Surgeon, 
H.E.I.C. service ; died in India about 1845. 

„ 22. Samuel Wallace, aged 9, son of Edward W., surgeon, 
Carshalton, Surrey. 
St. Thomas's Hospital ; M.R.C.S. ; L.S.A. ; practising in Canada. 

Mar. 3. Scott Nasmyth Stokes, aged 6, son of Charles Scott S., 
solicitor, Streatham. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1840 ; Trinity College, Cambridge (Scholar, 
1842) ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1845 ; B.A. 1844 ; called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, 1852 ; one of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, 1853. 

James Oliver, aged 8, son of James Rixon 0., merchant, 

Aldermanbury. 
William Francis Ellaby, aged 10, son of Francis E., clerk, 

West Street, St. Giles's. 
„ 8. Ai-thur Walrasley Thomas, aged 12, son of John T., sohcitor, 

Tonbridoe Wells. 



1 828] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 277 

yidmiUcd. 

Mar. 18. Thomas AValter Picktliall, aged 9, sou of Thomas P., clerk, 
Broxbourne. 

Left young to go to sea ; was subsequently clerk in Bank of 
England (Plymouth) ; died 1878. 

May 21. Thomas Goulburne Parker, aged 9, son of Edward P., 
solicitor, Selby, Yorkshire. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1837 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; trans- 
ferred to Campden Exhibitioner, 1838 ; B.A. (Junior Op. and Third 
Class Classics) 1841 ; M.A. 1844. 

„ 30. George John Dugdell, aged 9, son of John W. D., clerofV- 

man, Preston, Kent. 
„ 31. Henry Birch, aged 9, son of Samuel B., clergyman, 
Bernard Street, Russell Square. 
June 2. George John Scudamore, aged 9, son of Edward S., M.D., 
Margate. 
John Wallace, aged 9, son of Robert W., surgeon, Car- 
shalton, Surrey. 

Apprenticed for three years to a Civil Engineer ; Engineering 
Student (four j^ears), University College, Durham; B.A. 1840; 
M.A. 1842 ; A.R.C.E. ; went to Australia ; ordained by the Bishop of 
Newcastle, 1849 ; returned to England, 1855 ; Cliajjlain to the 
Magdcleu Hospital, Streatham, 1862. 

John Stephen Gretton, aged 9, son of William W. G., 
barrister. Lodge, South Lambeth. 
„ 11. John Cuff Harper, aged 8, son of Edward H., gentleman, 
Caroline Place, Hampstead Road. 

Isaac William North, CapUaneo. 

Admitted November 10, 1819. 

Sept. 2. George Brodrick, aged 9, son of William B., solicitor. 
Great Ormond Street. 

Left about 1834 ; admitted solicitor (Bell, Brodrick, and Grey), 
London. 

„ 4. John Nashj^aged 10, son of Okey N., clerk in Holy Orders, 
Croydon, Surrey. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Stock and Sykes Exhibitioner, 
1838 ; B.A. 1840. 

„ 26. David Stokes Hughes, aged 9, son of Thomas H., dyer, 
Finsbury Square. 
Apsley Pellatt, aged 9, son of Apsley P., glass manufacturer, 
St. Pauls Churchyard. 
Glass manufacturer, London. 
Oct. 2. Benjamin Webb, aged 9, son of Benjamin W., wheelwright, 
Addle Hill, Doctors Commons. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1838 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1840; B.A. 1842; JI.A. 1845; Vicar of Sheen, Staf- 
fordshire, 1851 ; of St. Andrew's, Wells St., 1862 ; editor of Bishop 
Montague's Articles of Inquiry , Frank's Sermons, Hicrurgia Anglicnna, 
Ecclesiologist, Dr. Mill's Catechetical Lectures, &c. ; author of Essay 
on SyjnboUsm, A Translation of Durandus, Continental Ecclesiology, 
Instructions and Prayers for Candidates for Confirmation, &c. 

„ 6. Alfred Spry, aged 9, son of James Hume S., surgeon. 

Charterhouse Square. 



278 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1828 

Admitted. 

Oct. 9. William Chick Bousfield, aged 8, sou of William C. B., 
solicitor, Chatham Place. 
Heury William Eddis, aged 7, son of Eden E., clerk, 
Islington. 

Left about 1830 in consequence of ill-health ; entered upon com- 
mercial pursuits ; resident in North America. 

„ 13. Joseph McDevitt, aged 9, son of Hugh McD., linen draper, 

Grace Church Street. 
„ 17. Charles Couchman, aged 13, son of Henry C, gentleman, 

Temple Balsall. 
Left in 1831 ; Land Agent. 

Robert Short, aged 12, son of Edward S., solicitor, 
Solihull. 

Medical College, Birmingham ; did not follow his profession ; died 
1860. 

Nov. 7. Edward Henry Bell, aged 7, son of William B., solicitor, 
Charterhouse Square. 
„ 12, Thomas Barnes Couchman, aged 9, son of Henry C, 
gentleman, Temple Balsall. 

Left in 1835 ; solicitor (admitted 1841) ; Henley-in-Arden, War- 
wickshire. 

„ 15. Henry Tatum, aged 9, son of — , officer in the army, 
215, Thames Street. 

Left in 1834 ; entered Roj-al Engineer Department, 1835 ; Ordnance 
Department, 1844 ; had charge of Ordnance Department in Turkey 
during the Crimean "War ; assistant to Director of Artillery and 
Stores, War Office, 1863-75 ; Commissary-General of Ordnance, 
Portsmouth, 1876. 

„ 28. Joshua Whitehead Butterworth, aged 10, son of Henry B., 
bookseller. Fleet Street. 

Left in 1832 ; F.S.A. ; law publisher, Fleet Street, London. 

Dec. 2. William Jephson, aged 9, son of William J., clergyman, 
Camberwell. 

Captain, 1836-37 ; Campden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; exchanged for a Pauline Exhibition, and migrated to 
Corpus, 1838 ; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1838 ; Stock Exhibitioner, 1840 ; 
B.A. (Junior Op!^ and Third Class Classics) 1841 ; M.A. 1844 ; Rector 
of Hinton Waldrest, 1853, and Rural Dean ; Chaplain at Geneva, 1879. 

„ 5. Thomas Ellaby, aged 9, son of F. E., clergyman, West 

Street, St. Giles's. 
„ 6. Alfred George Goodwyn, aged 9, son of Thomas Wilchmau 

G., soap manufacturer, Goodman's Fields. 
,, 11. Thomas William Willows, aged 10, son of Thomas William 

W., fishmonger, Fleet Street. 

1829 

Feb. 9. George Field, aged 9, son of William George F., wine 
merchant, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden. 
„ 11. Francis Rowlatt, aged 12, son of William Henry R., clergy- 
man, 34, Euston Square. 

Left iu 1835 ; clerk in Bank of England (retired). 



1829] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 279 

Admitted. 

Feb. 16. Joseph Moon, aged 11, son of Theophilus M., Audit Office, 
Hollo way. 
John SLirley Miles, aged 8, son of John M., surgeon, Throg- 
morton Street. 
„ 20. John Scott, aged 14, son of John S., schoolmaster. Stock- 
well, Surrey. 
„ 23. George William Cross, aged 9, son of George C, ware- 
houseman, Cateaton Street. 
Mar. 2. John Job Wright, aged 7, son of Job W., merchant, 
Islington. 

Removed about 1831 to tlie Proprietary School, Islington ; living at 
West Dulwich. 

„ 5. Henry Mitchell, aged 9, son of Samuel M., gent, Chadsley 
Corbet, Worcester. 

Lincoln College, Oxford ; B.A. 1841 ; M. A. 1844 ; Vicar of Bosliam, 
Sussex ; Rural Dean and Surrogate. 

Alfred Benjamin Travers, aged 9, son of Samuel T., secre- 
tary to the Surrey Docks Company, Old Kent Road. 

Henry Grout Stokes, aged 9, son of Charles S. S., solicitor. 
24, Cateaton Street. 

Left in 1835 ; pupil to Mr. Gravatt, Civil Engineer ; died 1853. 

„ 16. Thomas Fox Cross,^ aged 10, son of George C, warehouse- 
man, Cateaton Street. 
Apr, 20, Robert Couchman, aged 11, son of Henry C, gentleman. 
Temple Balsa! 1. 

Left in 1835 ; King's College Hospital, and Paris ; Surgeon, 
Bedford. 

June 13. Charles Hunt Jones, aged 9, son of Robert J., surgeon, 
Chancery Lane. 
„ 16. Benjamin Jowett, aged 12, son of Benjamin J., printer, 
Bolt Court, Fleet Street. 

Captain, 1835-36 ; Balliol College, Oxford ; Scholar, 1836 ; Hert- 
ford (University) Scholar, 1837 ; Fellow of Balliol, 1838 ; B.A. (First 
Class, Litt, Hum.) 1839 ; Latin Essay (University) Prize, 1841 ; 
M.A. 1842 ; Regius Professor of Greek, 1855 ; Master of Balliol, 1870 ; 
D.D. of the University of Leyden ; V ice-Chancellor of Oxford, 1882 ; 
Author of Critical Notes and Dissertations on St. Paul's Epistles to the 
Thessalonians, Galatians, and Romans ; An Essay on the Interpretation 
of Scripture (in Essays and Reviews), 1860 ; Plato, and Thucydides. 

Jacobo Hugone North, Caintaneo. 

Admitted March 20, 1820. 

Sept. 10.? Edward Francis Coke, aged 12, son of Edward F. C, 
planter, Jamaica. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; Hulmean Exhibitioner ; B.A. 1840 ; 
Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. ; M.A. 1845 ; Vicar of Plymstock, Devon, 
1843 ; of St. James, Bethnal Green, 1852. 

^ The leaf containing the next fifteen from the Presentations ; the other par- 
names has been torn out of the Register. ticulars from the Mercers' Hall Registers. , 
The names and dates have been supplied 



280 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1829 

Admitted. 

Sept. 10. ? William Newton Harriott, aged 9, son of William H., 
clergyman, Odiham. 

Captain, 1837-38 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
briilge ; B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1845 ; entered at Lincoln's Inn, and read 
with a special jjleader, but never took up his profession ; died 1861. 

„ 14. ? William Davis, aged 9, son of William D., bookseller, 
Southampton Row. 

„ 17. ? Henry Stein, aged 13, son of James S., gentleman, Sey- 
mour Street. 

„ 19. ? William Harriott Coke, aged 11, son of Edw^ard F. C, 
planter, Jamaica. 

„ 23.? Henry Howes, aged 15, son of George H,, clergyman, 
Spixworth. 

Left in 1832 ; Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1836 ; M.A. 1839 ; 
Rector of Barton St. Andrew, Norfolk, 1841 ; Kector of Spixworth, 
Norfolk, 1855. 

? Frederick Howes, aged 9, son of George H., clergyman, 
Spixworth. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1838 ; Trinity Hall, Cambridge (Scholar) ; 
LL.B. 1845 ; student at Royal Academy ; artist; died 1867. 

? John Stansmore, aged 11, son of Stephen S., ship broker, 
Goswell Street Road. 
Oct. 8. ? John Burder, aged 9, son of William B., farmer, Buckden. 
Nov. 2. ? Thomas Burnaby, aged 9, son of Thomas B., clergyman, 
Misterton. 

Captain, 1838-39 ; Campden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1840 ; B.A. 1843 ; Rector of Stouton 
Wyville, Leicestershire ; died 1870. 

„ 4. ? William Ray Smee, aged 13, son of William S., deputy- 
accountant, Bank of England. 

Clerk in the Bank of England. 

„ 7. Alfred Smee, aged 11, son of William S., deputy-accountant, 
Bank of England. 

King's College and St. Bartholomew's Hospitals ; M.R.C.S. London, 
1840 ; F.R.S. 1839 ; Surgeon to the Bank of England, and to the 
Central London Ophthalmic Hospital ; author of works on Electro- 
Biology, Electro-Metallurgy, The Principles of the Human Mind, The 
Potato Plant, also oi My Garden; died 1877. 

„ 11. Edmund George Denham, aged 8, son of J. E. D., clergy- 
man, Colebrook Row, Islington. 

„ 23. William Raine Briggs, aged 9, son of William B., clergy- 
man, 10, North Street, Marylebone. 
Dec. 5. Charles Robert Granville, aged 15, son of Augustus Bozzi 
G., M.D., Grafton Street, Bond Street. 

Ludwigsburg Military College, Wurtemburg ; Lieutenant and 
Adjutant of 89th Foot ; drowned whOe bathing, 1836 ; author of 
Tlic 7/itroduction of Percussion Caps, translated from the German for 
the War Office, for which he received his Lieutenant's commission 
without purchase. 

„ 17. George Ridout, aged 9, son of George R., clerk, Newland, 
Gloster. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1838 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1845 ; Rector of Ash, Kent, 1849 ; Rector of Sand- 
hurst, 1857. 



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1830 

Admitted. 

Jan. 25. Arthur Hodges, aged 9, son of Thomas H., surgeon, Upper 

North Place, Oray's Inn Road. 
Feb. 10. James Honeywood, aged 11, son of William H., apothecary, 

76, Queen Street, Cheapside. 
„ 13. John Hulbert Glover, aged 9, son of John Hulbert G., 

King's librarian, Stamford Street, Blackfriars. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1839 ; Clare Hall, Cambridge (Scholar) ; 
B.A. 1843 ; Junior Oi). and fifih in First Class Classics ; Fellow, 1845 ; 
M.A. 1846 ; Brother of St. Katharine's Hospital, Kegeut's Park, 
1854 ; Yicar of Kingsthorpe, Northauts, 1856. 

^ Edwin Arthur Bernay (Bernays), aged 7, son of Adolphus 
B., linguist. Lamb's Conduit Street. 
„ 24'. '^ James Robert Ctirnadine Trenow, aged 9, son of James T., 
clerk in Ordnance Office, Peckham Park. 

Entared Merchant Tajlors' School, September, 1829, where his name 
is registered " Curwardine." 

Mar. 17. -^ William Moon, aged 11, son of Theophilus M., clerk in 
Audit Office, Holloway. 

Soli.'iior practising in London. 

Apr. 20. ^ George Renorden Kiugdon, aged 8, son of William K., 
surgeon. Bank Buildings. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1840 ; Trinity College, Cambridge (Scholar) ; 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1841 ; B.A. 1844 ; Senior Op. and First Class 
Classics ; St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1845-47 ; Wix Theological 
Prize, 1845; entered the "Society of Jesus," 1847; St. Benno's 
Theological College, 1850-54 ; Prof, of Theology, St. Beuno's College, 
Korth Wales, 1854 ; Prof, of Pihetoric, Stonyhurst College, 1857 ; 
Prefect of Studies, Stonyhurst College, 1861 ; Prefect of Studies, 
Beaumont College, 1879. 

May 3. Charles John Bunyon, aged 9, son of Robert John B., 
secretary to Norwich Union Insurance Company, 
Bridge Street, Blackfriars. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior Op.) 1843 ; 
M.A. 1846. 

„ 17. Ferdinand John Slater, aged 9, son of John S., artist, Hall 

Place, St. John's Wood. 
June 19. Charles Snell, aged 7, son of Edward S., upholsterer, 

27, Albemarle Street. 
„ 21. Henry Vachell Haggard, aged 8, son of John H., LL.D., 

Doctors Commons. 

Left in 1834 ; Naval College, Portsmouth ; entered Poyal Navy, 

1836 ; First Lieutenant H.M.S. Arrogant in the Baltic campaigns, 

1855-56 ; mentioned in despatches and promoted to Commander ; 

died in comamnd of H.M.S. ['irago on the Brazilian Station, 1858. 

' The foot of the page in the Register here restored from the Presentations, 
has been torn off, and these four names are 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1830 



Edward Howes, Capitaneo. 

Admitted October 2, 1820. 
Admitted. 

Sept. 2. John Wray, aged 9, son of Charles W., Chief Judge of 
Demerara, Eltham, Kent. 
„ 13. Robert MacDonnell Evanson, aged 9, son of W. A. E., 
clergyman, Jeffries Terrace, Kentish Town. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; Queen's Medallist for French and German, 
1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849; M. A. (ad eundem), Oxford, 1849; 
Vicar of Aiusworth, Lancashire. 

„ 22. William Hope, aged 8, son of Thomas Frederick H., oilman, 

Gracechurch Street. 
Oct. 2. Robert Mant Butcher, aged 9, son of Robert Pennial B., 

Avine merchant, Pauls Chain, Doctors Commons. 
„ 4. John Pennell Snow, aged 9, son of B. G. S., surgeon, 

Highgate. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1846 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1844 ; 
M.A. 1847 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) ; ordained, 1852 ; Vicar 
of Perlethorpe, Nottinghamshire, 1862 ; Vicar of Melton Koss, Lincoln- 
shire, 1875. 

Berkeley Johnson, aged 8, son of A. P. J., merchant, 
Highgate. 
„ 6. Herbert Packe, aged 8, son of Christopher P., minor canon, 
St. Paul? Cathedral 
Left in 1840. 

Richard McDonnell Evanson, aged 9, son of W. A. E., 
clergyman, Jeffries Terrace, Kentish Town. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; B.A. 1847 ; Rector of Llansoy and late 
Rural Dean of Usk ; editor of John Evelyn's History of Religion. 

Thomas Boulton, aged 11, son of Thomas B., cutler, 
Strand. 
„ 7. George Chamberlain Ridge, aged 12, son of George Cooper 
R., banker, Morden Park, Surrey. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1840. 

„ 8. Charles John Jones, aged 9, son of John Lee J., solicitor, 
Mincing Lane. 
John Stokes Salmon, aged 9, son of John S., M.D., Alveston, 
Gloster. 

Trinity College, Cambridge (no degree) ; went to Jamaica ; died 
1857. 

„ 18. Richard Clerk Perkin, aged 8, son of Richard Thornton 
P., jeweller, Belgrave Street, Pimlico. 

Left in 1840. 

Nov. 15. Charles Thomas Howard, aged 9, son of P. G. H., farmer> 
Grantchester. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1839; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; 
B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; land agent at Invercargill, New Zealand. 

Dec. 3. Alfred George Pasmore, aged 12, son of James P., solicitor, 
Bedford Row. 



i83i] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 283 



1831 

Admitted 

Feb. 9. Richard Henry Sholl, aged 9, son of Robert S., navy agent, 

West Square. 
Mar. 2. Arthur William Watson, aged 9, son of Joseph Heapy W., 

solicitor, Hunter Street, Brunswick Square. 
Left iu 1840. 

„ 17. Alfred Ebsworth, aged 9, son of Thomas E., woolbroker, 
Sanbro' Court. 

Left in 1842 ; St. George's Hospital ; prize in Chemical Medicine ; 
M.R.C.S. England, 1842 ; L.S.A. 1843; F.R.C.S. 1859 ; Founder of the 
General Nursing Institution; Medical Officer, General Post Office, 1862. 

„ 25. George Steward Watson, aged 7, son of Joseph Heapy W., 
solicitor. Hunter Street, Brunswick Square. 

Left in 1839. 

May 10.^ John George Wodsworth, aged 14, son of Charles W., 
clergyman, South Lambeth. 

Left in 1836 ; Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1840 ; Vicar of 
"Warlingham, Surrey. 

June 7. Joseph HaskoU, aged 12, son of Thomas James H., Custom 
House, East Street, Kent Road. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1848 ; Canon of 
St. Ninian's, Perth, 1850-56 ; Rector of East Barkwith, Lincolnshire, 
1854; author oi Life of Cervantes, and other works and articles. 

William Alexander Osborne, Capitaneo. 

Admitted June 2, 1824. 

Sept. 19. Charles Thomas Blake, aged 11, sou of William S. B. 
clergyman, Lammas, Norfolk. 

Left in 1838 ; Jesus College, Cambridge; B.A. (Senior Op.) 1842 ; 
M.A. 1845 ; Vicar of Gavton, Norfolk, 1862 ; Rector of Lyng, Norfolk, 
1867 (now Jex-Blake). 

„ 22. Barnard George Smith, aged 10, son of George S., medicine 

vender, 47, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street. 
„ 26. Joseph Child Capes, aged 7, son of Joseph C, bookseller, 
Paternoster Row. 
Left in 1840 ; died 1854. 
„ 27. Edward Hope Smith Bowdich, aged 9, son of Thomas 
Edward B., gentleman, 27, Burton Street. 
Oct. 1. Charles Scudamore Longden, aged 9, son of Thomas 
Hayter L., stock broker. Shooters Hill. 

Left about 1834 ; Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 1837 ; Lieut. 
R.A. 1839 ; rose to the rank of Major-General. 

„ 3. Bernard Green Snow, aged 9, son of Bernard Geary S., 
surgeon, Highgate. 

Left in 1839. 

George Henry Cooper, aged 9, son of George Edward C, 
Stock Exchange, 22, Mapleton Place, Burton Crescent. 

Campd en Exhibitioner, 1840; Trinity College, Cambridge; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1841 ; B.A. (Senior Op.) 1844 ; called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple), 1848. 

^ On May 5, 1831, it was decided that the High Master should have a Presentation once a year. 



284 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1831 

yldmittcd. 

Oct. 6. James Hannen, aged 10, son of James H., wine merchant, 
Dulwich. 

Left in 1839 ; University of Heidelberg ; called to the Bar (Middle 
Temple), 1848 ; Home Circuit ; President of the Probate and Divorce 
Division of the High Court of Justice, 1872 ; Privy Councillor, 1872; 
formerly one of the Puisne Justices of the Court of Queen's Bench, 
1S6S ; Knighted, 1868 ; Chaiiman Old Pauline Dinner, 1869. 

„ 11. William Jones, aged 9, son of Thomas J., messenger, 
1, Carjienters Buildings, London Wall. 

„ 14, Ai'thur John Bowdler Goodwyn, aged 9, son of Thomas 
W. G., brewer, Bernard Street. 

Principal Cleik, Exchequer and Audit OflSce, Somerset House. 

Benjatuin Babington, aged 13, son of Benjamin B., 
M.D. 48, Finsbury Square. 

L»ft in 1837 ; Tmiity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1845 ; 
Ciilled to the Bi'.r (Lincoln's Inn), 1844 ; Chancery Barrister ; died 1875. 

,, 15. William Brodrick, aged 8, son of William B., solicitor. Great 
Ormond Street. 

Campdon Exhi'oiiioner, 1842 ; Trinitv College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1846 ; 
M.A. 1849 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1849. 

„ 18. Thomas Rivington Wheeler, aged 13, son of Thomas Lowe 
W., surgeon, 61, Gracechurch Street. 
L.S.A. 1842; M.K.C.S. 1843. 
Nov. 1. Frank Bowes King, aged 9, son of Charles B. K., 
gent, Bolton Street, Piccadilly. 

Left in 1832; Clare College, Cambridge; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849; 
Yicar of Burstwick, Yorkshire, 1852. 

„ 3. Alexander Brooks Millington, aged 7, son of Richard Henry 
M., clergyman, 18, Manchester Street, Manchester Sq. 

„ 4. Henry Fearon Baber, aged 12, son of Thomas Henry B., 
gent, Lawn House, Hanwell. 



1832 

Jan. 24. Francis George Hodgson, aged 8, son of Edward H., clergy- 
man, Rickmansworth. 

Feb. 10. John Haggard, aged 8, son of Jolm H., LL.D., Doctors 
Commons. 

Sulisequently at Westminster School and HaileybuiT College ; entered 
H.E.l.C. Civil Service (Madras), 1843 ; and died in India, 1849. 

„ 23. Henry Wilson Seymour, aged 10, son of William S., wine 
merchant, 22, Upper Stamford Street. 

Left in 1839. 

„ 25. Alfred Roberts, aged 9, son of John R., surgeon, 34, Finsbury 
Circus. 

Guy's Hospital ; Hon. Secretary and Consulting Surgeon to the 
Eoyai Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Kew South Wales ; author of various 
reports on Colonial Hospitals, presented to Parliament ; Knighted 
May 24, 1883. 

„ 27. Charles Bell, aged 9, son of William B., solicitor, 18, Char- 
terhouse Square. 



1832] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 28.t 

Admitted. 

Feb. 27. Charles Robert Eaton, aged 9, son of Mary E., draper, 
Newmarket. 

Left iu 1842 ; private tutor. 

Mar. 8. William Henry Sawer, aged 12, son of Thomas S., silk 
manufacturer, Aldermanbury. 
„ 19. Frederick Augueta Barnard Glover, aged 7, son of John 
Hulbert G., the Kings Household, 57, Lower Stamford 
Street. 

Captain (July— October, 1842) ; Haileybury College, Gold Medal, 
1843 ; Calcutta College, Gold Medai, 1844 ; Puisue Judge of the High 
Court of Calcutta ; died 1876. 

George Samuel Barling, aged 12, son of George B., Army, 
55, Old Bailey. 
June 14. James Mud ford, aged 9, son of James M., woollen draper, 
7, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch. 

John Windle, Ca^oitaneo. 

Admitted June 18, 1823. 

Sept. 4. Edward Holbeche Couchman, aged 9, son of Henry C, 
gentleman. Temple Balsall, Warwick. 

Leftinl838 ; H.E. PCS.; Madras Artillery, Second Lieut. 1841 ; First 
Lieut. 1845 ; Capt. 1856 ; Assistant Adjutant-General, 1859 ; Major, 
1865 ; Lieut.-Coi. 1866 ; Brevet-Col. 1871 ; died 1876. 

„ 10. Henry Page Howard, aged 10, son of Page Gregory H., 
miller, Grantchester, Cambridge. 

Left in 1838 ; Curator of the Acclimatisation Society of New Zealand. 

„ 13. Charles Harrison Wright, aged 10, son of Samuel P. W., 

merchant, Highbury Terrace. 
„ 22. Astley Roberts, aged 7, son of John R., surgeon, 24, Finsbury 

Circus. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1844 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1848 ; 

Vicar of All Saints, Croxley Green, Kickmansworth. 

„ 24. George Brien, aged 8, son of Robert B., surgeon R.N., 
7, Spencer Street, Northampton Square. 

Captain, 1841-12; Campden Exhibitioner; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1843 ; B.A. 1846 ; M.A. 1849. 

Oct. 3. Joshua Bird Allen, aged 9, son of Joshua Jullien A., 
attorney-at-law, 19, Bartletts Buildings. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1841 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1845 ; 
called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1847 ; disbarred at own request, 
1853 ; Chief Clerk, Chancery Division Her Majesty's High Court of 
Justice, 1869. 

„ 8. Thomas William Bartley, aged 9, son of George B., gentle- 
man, 19, Charlotte Street, Portland Place. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1841. 

Dudley Clifton Wodsworth, aged 7, son of Charles W., 
clergyman. South Lambeth. 

Left in 1840 ; St. George's Hospital ; M.R.C.S.E. ; Army Assistant 
Surgeon, 1851 ; Surgeon, 1858; H.P. 1867 ; served in 12th Lancers 
in Cape, Crimea, and Indian Mutiny ; with 70th Foot in New Zealand ; 
five medals and three clasps. 



286 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1832 

Admitted. 

Oct. 11. Samuel Harry Wright, aged 8, sou of Samuel Prujeaue W., 
mercliant, Highbury Terrace. 
„ 19. Alfred Bousfield, aged 8, son of Charles P. B., silk manu- 
facturer, 50, Cheapside. 

Left in 1840 ; Queens' College, Cambridge (Scholar) ; B.A. 1852 ; 
Junior Op. and Second Class Natural Sciences Tripos, 1853 ; 
M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Studley, "Woodville, and Ratley, "Warwickshire. 

„ 20. Lewis Hodgson Lee, aged 8, son of William L., Custom 
House, 14, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden. 

„ 29. Charles Churchill Crakanthorp, aged 9, son of Charles C, 
Post Office, Spencer Street. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1842 ; Lincoln College, Oxford (Scholar) ; 
B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; sub-master St. Saviour's Grammar School, 
Southwark, 1845 ; Head Master, 1846 ; Vicar of Castle Bytham, 
Leicestershire, 1858. 

Nov. 16. William Babington, aged 12, son of Benjamin G. B., M.D., 
16, Aldermanbury. 

Left in 1839 ; Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; 
Vicar of Manningtree, Essex, 1854 ; of Stanton-on- Arrow, Hereford, 1865. 

Dec. 1. Birkett Wilfrid Taylor, aged 10, son of William T., solicitor, 
30, King Street, Cheapside. 
„ 3. Robert Thompson Whitehead Butterworth, aged 8, son of 
Henry B., law bookseller, Fleet Street. 

1833 

Jan. 23. Robert Cradock Nichols, aged 8, son of John Bowyer N., 
printer, 25, Parliament Street. 
„ 28. John Dawson, aged 8, son of John William D., solicitor, 
27, Park Street, Camden Town. 

Left in 1840. 

Feb. 8. Harford Charles Forbes Livingston, aged 9, son of James L., 
Major H.E.I.C.S., 22, York Place, Portmau Square. 

Died while in the Vlllth Class, June 1840. 

„ 23. James Finlayson, aged 9, son of Leslie F., gentleman, 
Salisbury Square, Fleet Street. 
Mar. 6. Charles James Davies, aged 8, son of Henry D., M.D., 
18, Savile Row. 

Left in 1840; Royal Military Academy, "Woolwich ; entered Royal 
Artillery ; subsequently proceeded to Haileybury College, and entered 
Bombay Civil Service ; died 1869. 

Apr. 1. Claudius Robert Rowlatt, aged 8, son of William Henry R., 
clerk in Holy Orders, Temple. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1843 ; Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; B.A. 1848 ; 
M.A. 1852 ; ordained in 1848 ; joined the Church of Rome, 1858. 

„ 16. Richard Taylor, aged 9, son of Joseph T., surgeon, Newport 
Street, Blackfriars. 
Left in 1840. 

James Thring Coxe, aged 14, son of C. B. C, clerk in Holy 
Orders, New Town, Hungerford. 
„ 17. Reginald Stevenson Davies, aged 7, son of Henry D., M.D., 
18, Savile Row. 

Left in 1842 ; admitted solicitor, 1848 ; retired. 



1833] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 287 

Admitted. 

Apr. 17. William Henry Saulez, aged 9, son of George S., school- 
master, Alton, Hants. 

Left iu 1841; H.E.LC. service; Bombay Artilleiy, Second Lieut. 
1845 ; Second Cajitain, 1858 ; Captain, 1861 ; Lieut.-Col.; died 1871. 

„ 24. James Milner, aged 9, son of Smithson M., barrister, 3, Elm 
Court, Temple. 

Campden Exnibitioner, 1841 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1848 ; Rector of Elton, Durham ; died, c. 1876. 

May 1. Murray Burgess, aged 9, son of Francis B., lieutenant, 
4, Brecknock Place, Camden Town. 

Left in 1840. 

„ 13. George Henry Taylor, aged 11, son of Henry T., clergyman, 

Stoke, near Grantham. 
„ 15. William Morris Beaufort, aged 9, son of Francis B., Captain 

R.N., 8, Cumberland Street, Bryanston Square. 

Left in 1839; Haileybury College; Bengal Civil Service, 1842; 
called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1857. 

June 10. William Henry Wright Cross, aged 9, son of William 

Henry C, solicitor, 27, SuiTey Street, Strand. 

Charles C. Roberts, Capitaneo. 

Admitted October 1, 1824. 

Sept. 3. George Frederic Halse, aged 7, son of John H., resident 
state page to His Majesty, St. James's Palace. 

Note by Dr. Sleath, "Admitted at the desire of His Majesty," J. S. ; 
left in 1841 ; sculptor ; author of Queen Lata, Agatha, Sir Guy de 
Guy. 

„ 22. Edward Arthur Hardy, aged 9, son of William Montagu H., 
stockbroker, 3, Willow Terrace, Canonbury. 

Left in 1843. 

„ 30. Christopher Packe, aged 9, son of Christopher P., clerk in 
Holy Orders, St. Pauls College, 
Charles Edward Pollock, aged 9, son of Frederick P., 
barrister, Guildford Street. 

Left in 1841 ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1847 ; Home 
Circuit; Q.C. 1866 ; Baron of the Exchequer, 1873 ; Knighted ; joint- 
author of Maude and Pollock on Merchant Shipping ; Chairman of the 
Old Pauline Dinner, 1873. 

Oct. 5. Robert Cotsworth Lynam, aged 8, son of Robert L., clerk 
in Holy Orders, 38, Irwin Street, Cripplegate. 
„ 10. Henry Mark Gregory, aged 8, son of Mark Henry G, 
solicitor. Wax Chandlers Hall. 

Left in 1840. 

James Cutting Safford, aged 7, son of James C. S., clerk, 
Mettingham. 
Died in the Vlth Class, 1842. 
„ 13. Robert Ormond Maughan, aged 9, son of Robert M., solicitor, 
Law Institution, Chancery Lane. 

Admitted solicitor. 

„ 17. George Joseph Oliver Allman, aged 11, son of Joseph A., 
bookseller, 42, Holborn Hill. 



288 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1833 

Admitted. 

Oct. 18. Alfred Payne, aged 7, son of William P., solicitor, Alder- 
manbury. 
„ 21. Charles Spencer Lowndes, aged 8, son of William L., barrister, 
Hunter Street. 
William Smith, aged 12, son of William S., solicitor, 
Streatham. 

Captain, 1839-40; Lincoln College, Oxford (Scliolar) ; B.A. (First 
Class Classics), 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; Sub-Warden of St. Peter's College, 
Eadley, 18.51-53 ; Principal of Fishponds Training College, 1853-71 ; 
Vicar of Newlaud-ciun-Redbrook, 1871. 

Nov. 6. Robert Hely Hutchinson Keightley, aged 9, son of — , 

colonel in army, Devonshire Square. 
„ 8. Rhodes Sidney Wright, aged 8, son of Samuel Prujeane W., 

merchant, Highbury Terrace. 
„ 16. Robert Bristow Tatham, aged 9, son of Charles H. T., 

architect, Montpelier Square, Brompton. 
„ 18. James Austin, aged 9, son of Thomas A., clerk in Holy 

Orders, Haughton-le-Skerne, Durham. 

Died at School, 1834. 

„ 25. William Henderson Bell, aged 7, son of Samuel B., coal 
merchant, 8, Park Lane. 



1834 

Feb. 10. Charles Elder, aged 13, son of Joseph E., Ordnance Office, 
Tower. 
„ 17. Charles Lowdell, aged 9, son of Charles L., surgeon, 
Northampton Square. 
Left in 1842 ; M.R.C.S. 1849. 

„ 25. Henry Alfred Allman, aged 9, son of Joseph A., bookseller, 
34, Old Jewry. 

Left in 1838. 

Apr. 10. Thomas John Smith, aged 9, son of William S., attorney, 
Paragon, Streatham. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1843; Lincoln College, Oxford; B.A. 1847; 
in Holj' Orders ; Assistant Master, Highgate School ; died 1876. 

May 15. Thomas George Pattinson Hough, aged 15, son of James H., 
clergyman. Ham, Surrey. 

Left in 1838 ; Caius College, Cambridge; B.A. (Junior Op.) 1842 ; 
M.A. 1845 ; Vicar of Ham, Surrey, 1848. 

J, IG. Charles Jennings, aged 8, son of Robert J., book.seller, 
62, Cheapside. 

Left in 1841; St. Thomas's Hospital, London; M.R.C.S. 1847; 
L.S.A. 1848; died at Christmas, 1849. 

„ 31. Samuel Reynolds, aged 9, son of Osborne S. R., clergyman, 
Debach, Suffolk. 

Note by Dr. Kynaston, "Expelled October 31, 1839, for incorrigible 
truancy," H. Kynaston, High Master. 



1 834] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 289 



Arthur S. Eddis, Gapitaneo. 

Admitted October 13, 1825. 
Admitted. 

Sept, 9. William Davison Stanford, aged 8, son of William S., 
draper, 29, Lower Holborn. 

Left in 1838. 
„ 10. Richard Whittington, aged 9, son of Benjamin W., solicitor, 
2, Deane Street. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1843, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry- 
Exhibitioner, 1845 ; B.A. 1847 ; Norrisian Prize, 1849 ; M.A. 1850; 
Assistant Master, Merchant Taylors' School, 1853 ; Townsend Lecturer 
at St. Magnus, London Bridge, 1862 ; Princii)al of the City of 
London College, 1865 ; Kector of St. Peter-upon-Cornhill, 1867 ; 
Chief Master of the Lower School, Merchant Taylors', 1875 ; author 
of The In^iration of the Historical Boolcs of the Old Testament, The 
Christian Sabbath. 

„ 16. Richard Short Couchman, ag«'3d 9, son of Henry C, farmer, 
Temple Balsall, Warwick. 

Left in 1837 ; H.E.I.C.S. ; 12th Madras Native Infantry ; Ensign, 
1842 ; Lieutenant, 1845 ; Captain, 1856 ; Major, 1862; Lieut. Colonel, 
1868 ; Brevet-Colonel, 1873. 

„ 18. William Andrews Rogers, aged 9, son of William R., 
surgeon, Stanmore, Middlesex. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1843, Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1847 ; 
M.B. 1850. 

„ 29. Edward Healy, aged 9, son of Edward H., shoemaker, 
291, High Holborn. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1843 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; Pei-ry 
Exhibitioner, 1844 ; B.A. 1847 ; Head Master of Bishop Auckland 
Grammar School, 1853-70 ; Vicar of Copmanthorpe, York, 1876. 

Oct. 2. Philip Prendergast, aged 9, son of Michael P., barrister, 
82, Castle Street, Holborn. 

Left in 1843. 

„ 6. Bernard William Lucas, aged 10, son of R. Wood L., silk 
mercer, Newgate Street. 

Left in 1842. 

Charles Thompson, aged 9, son of John T., oil merchant, 
Pauls Wharf. 

Left in 1840. 

„ 7. Arthur Alleyne Bozzi Granville, aged 8, son of Augustus 
Bozzi G., M.D., 16, Grafton Street. 

Civil and Hydraulic Engineer, New York, U.S. 
„ 8. Richard Harvey Crakanhorpe, aged 9, son of Charles C, 
General Post Office, 18, Spencer Street. 

Left in 1840 ; Civil Service, Sydney, New South "Wales. 
Robert Barnett Brien, aged 7, son of Robert B., surgeon 
R.N., Spencer Street. 

Captain, 1844-45 ; Pauline Exhibitioner ; Lincoln College, Oxford 
(Scholar) ; B.A. Second Class Classics, 1850. 

Edward Spread Beamish, aged 8, son of Henry H. B., 

clergyman, 19, Edgware Terrace. 

U 



290 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1834 

Admitted. 

Oct. 10. Edward Hews Bradby, aged 7, son of Edward Taylor B., 

32, Norfolk Street (deceased). 
Charles Pearson Pritchard, aged 8, son of William P., 
proctor, Doctors Commons. 

Left in 1841 ; Solicitor, admitted 1807 ; practised in London. 

Edward Cookson, aged 8, son of Christopher C, military 
officer, 4, Alfred Place, Blackfriars Road. 

George Griffin, aged 10, son of Thomas W. G., farmer, 
18, Upper North Place, Grays Inn Road. 
„ 17. James Vaux, aged 8, son of Calvert B. V., surgeon, 
St. Bennetts Place. 

Left in 1840. 

„ 18. Richard Pattison, aged 9, son of Henry P., stockbroker, 

Hampstead. 
„ 21. Robert Septimus Gooday, aged 10, son of John Crisp G., 

surveyor of taxes, Sudbury. 

Left in 1843 ; Exeter College, Oxford ; B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 1858 ; 

Vicar of St. James, Oldliam, Lancashire, 1864. 

„ 23. Edward Sandford, aged 11, son of Edward S., barrister, 

40, Southampton Buildings. 
„ 24. Thomas John Clume (Clunn), aged 8, son of Thomas C, 
hotel keeper, Covent Garden. 
Nov. 1. Spencer Vincent, aged 9, son of Edward V., clergyman, 
Rowde, near Devizes. 

Captain, 1843-44 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Ti-inity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1847 ; B.A. Junior Op. and First in 
Second Class Classical Tripos, 1848 ; called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple), 1851. 

„ 17. Christopher Henry John Halcomb, aged 9, son of John H., 
barrister, Highgate. 

Left in 1840; Queens' College, Cambridge; B.A. 1850, in Holy 
Orders ; in New Zealand. 

„ 18. George Webb, aged 9, son of Benjamin W., wheelwright. 
Doctors Commons. 

Left in 1840 ; in business in London ; Common Councillor ; Captain 
London Rifle Brigade ; died 1867. 

Henry Mackenzie Brenchley, aged 12, son of Charles B., 
auctioneer, Camberwell. 
„ 19. Henry Charles Kempson, aged 8, son of Henry Charles K., 
tobacco manufacturer, 55, Hatton Garden. 
Left in 1839. 

Dec. 5. Robert Albion Pritchard, aged 7, son of William P., proctor, 
Doctors Commons. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1846, Lincoln College, Oxford ; B.A. (Third 
Class Classics), 1850 ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1855 ;• 
Northern Circuit ; D.C.L. 

„ 6. Silvester Charles Capes, aged 9, son of Joseph C, book- 
seller, Paternoster Row. 

Left in 1841 ; Pvoyal Academy of Arts (Silver Medal), 1845 ; 
Architect; F.R.I. B.A. 



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291 



Admitted. 

Jan. 27. 



Feb. 9. 
„ 21. 
„ 23. 



Mar. 2. 



May 8. 

June 3. 

„ 22. 
» 30. 



1835 

Warren Burrows Hastings, aged 9, son of W. W. B., 
solicitor, Harper Street. 

Campden Exhibitiouer, 1844, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1847 ; B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 1852 ; Vicar of Ludford, 
Lincolnshire ; died 1871. 

Thomas Tomlins Crickitt, aged 9, son of Thomas Lane C, 

solicitor, Hatton Garden. 
George Llewelling Millard, aged 9, son of G. L. M., surgeon, 

Haverfordwest. 
Charles Underwood Dasent, aged 9, son of Caroline M. D., 

widow, Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1844, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1846 ; B.A. (Junior Op. and Third Class Classics), 1848 ; 
M.A. 1851 ; formerly Assistant Master King's College School ; Head 
Master of Alford Grammar School ; Rector of Thoresby, 1870-75 ; 
Vicar of Ludford, Lincolnshire, 1881. 

William Robert Burrell, aged 8, son of Peter A. B., solicitor, 
Edwards Terrace, Islington. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1845, Queen's College, Oxford ; B.A. 1849 ; 
in Holy Orders, Jamaica ; died 1879. 

Edward Capel Whitehurst, aged 10, son of Thomas W., 
Nine Elms, Vauxhall. 
Left in 1840. 

(Henry) John Surtees, aged 8, son of Aubone A. S., Navy 
Pay Office, Walworth. 

Eyre Nicholas Champion de Crespigny, aged 13, son of 
Heaton de C, clergyman, 27, Queen Street, Grosvenor 
Square. 

Octavius Bayliffe Ebsworth, aged 8, son of Thomas E., wool- 
broker, Rodney Street. 

Left in 1842 ; Merchant in Sydney, New South "Wales ; Gold Medal 
for improvement in Australian-made tweeds ; died 1869. 

Robert Hannen, aged 7, son of James H., wine merchant, 
Dulwich. 

Left in 1841 ; went to United States ; deceased. 
John William Rider, aged 8, son of John R., printer, 
36, Little Britain. 

Left in 1843. 

Richard George Suter, aged 8, son of Richard S., architect, 
35, Fenchurch Street. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1846, Trinity College, Camluidge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1848 ; B.A. 1850 ; M.A. 1854 ; Minister of the Catholic 
Apostolic Church (in Australia). 



B. JoWETT, Capitanco. 
Admittul June 16, 1829. 

Sept. 17. William Henry Hastings Robinson, aged 7, son of W. W. R. 
clergyman, Rochford, Essex. 

u2 



292 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1835 

Admitted. 

Sept. 19. Thomas Norton Harper, aged 13, son of William H., 
merchant, 22, Kensington Crescent. 
Left in 1840. 
„ 22. George Augustus Frederick Mayne, aged 9, son of James M., 

clergyman, rector}^, Bethnal Green. 
,, 24. George Rawstorne Gibson, aged 11, son of George W. G., 
Colonel, Artillery, Jewin Street. 
Oriel College, Oxford ; Third Class Classics, 1846 ; B.A. 1847. 
Oct. 11. Charles John Clay, aged 8, son of Richard J. C, printer. 
Bread Street Hill. 

Captain, 1845-46 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1849 ; B.A. (Junior Op. and fourth in 
First Class Classics), 1850 ; M.A. 1853 ; Cambridge University Press. 

„ 13. John Willium Conway Hughes, aged 11, son of John 
William H., clergyman, Oxford. 

Removed to Winchester College ; Fox and Burton Exhibitioner ; 
Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford ; B.A. (New Inn Hall, 
Third Class Litt. Hum.), 1849 ; H.M. Chaplain in the Ionian Islands. 

„ 14. William Roberts, aged 7, son of John R., surgeon, Finsbury 
Circus. 

Left in 1845 ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1856 ; Vicar of 
Wigginton, Herts, 1875. 

„ 80, Morris Thomas, aged 9, son of Evan T., linen draper, 
1, Pickett Street, Strand. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1845, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1847 ; B.A. 1849 ; M.A. 1854 ; Vicar of St. Mary, 
Spital Square, London, 1868. 

Nov. 11. Alfred EUaby, aged 9, son of Francis E., clerk, 3, Morn- 
ington Crescent. 

Left young for a school at High "Wycombe ; became a Midshipman 
in Green's service ; fell overboard in the Hooghly and was drowned. 

„ 16. Francis Clarke Walsh, aged 13, son of Benjamin W., 
gentleman, Frome, Somerset. 

Captain, 1840-41 ; University College, Oxford ; B.A. 1845 ; 
M.A. 1867 ; in Holy Orders ; at one time Master of a Preparatory School. 

„ 17. Frederick Sleap, aged 8, son of John Giffor S., broker, 
Islington. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1846, Trinity College, Cambridge ; PeiTy Ex- 
hibitioner, 1848 ; B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1858 : Vicar of Darfield, York, 1873. 

„ 21. Henry Sandwith, aged 7, son of Humphrey S., iDhysician, 
42, Great Ormond Street. 

Left in 1840 ; Kingston College, Hull ; St. Catherine's College, 
Cambridge ; B.A. 1852 ; M.A. 1866 ; Vicar of Thorpe Salvin, York. 

„ 23. Ferdinand Edmond Jonds (Jones), aged 8, son of John 

Lee J., solicitor, Mark Lane. 

1836 

Jan. 26. Henry Archibald Merrett, aged 7, son of W. G. M., surgeon, 

115, Leadeuhall Street. 
Feb. 10. Georae Qui Iter, aged 9, son of George Q., clergyman, 

Canwick. Lincoln. 
Left in 1841. 



1836] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 293 

Admitted. 

Feb. 20. Alfred James Carver, aged 9, son of James C, clergy- 
man, Barnsbury Street, Islington. 

Campdeu Exhibitioner, 1845 ; Trinity College, Cambriilge (Scholar) ; 
Bell Scholar, 1846 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1848 ; B.A. (Senior Op. and 
First Class Classics), 1849 ; Burney Prize, 1850 ; M.A. 1852 ; Fellow 
of Queens' ; Snrniaster St. Paul's School, 1852 ; Master of Dulwich 
College, 1858-83* JD.D. (Lambeth), 1861 ; Hon. Canon of Rochester. 

Mar. 2. Charles Hansard Ekins, aged 9, son of Mary Ann E., 
widow, 13, Frederick Place, Mile End Road. 
Left in 1839. 
„ 3. Thomas Brodrick, aged 10, son of William B., solicitor, 
Great Ormond Street. 

Left in 1842 ; admitted Solicitor, 1847 ; pi'-ictised at Salisbury ; 
Secretary to the Bishop, and Registrar of the Probate Court. 

Apr. 12, Ray Charles Golding, aged 11, son of Benjamin G. 

physician, 77, St. Martins Lane. 

Left in 1840. 

May 11. George Mortimer Taylor, aged 8, son of George T., gent, 
Plymouth. 
„ 13. James Harrison Watson, aged 9, son of Thomas James W., 
gent, Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb. 

Left in 1846 ; Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1854 ; 
Principal of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Old Kent Road. 

„ 19. Thomas Shannon, aged 9, son of William T. S. {deceased), 
38, Store Street, Bedford Square. 
William Lucas Jones, aged 11, son of Charles James J., 
solicitor's clerk, 35, Bronte Place, Walworth. 

Left in 1839 ; Solicitor, practised in London. 

Apr. 20. James Prendergast, aged 9, son of Michael P., barrister, 
32, Castle Street, Holborn. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1845, Queens' College, Camliridge ; 
B.A. 1849 ; called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1856 ; Attorney- 
Cxeneral of New Zealand, 1872 ; Chief Justice, 1876 ; Knighted, 1881. 

June 27. Percy Millington, aged 10, son of R. H. M., clergyman, 
18, Mai^chester Street. 

William Jephson, Capitaneo. 

Admitted Deccmhcr 2, 1828. 

July 14. Alexander H. Dawson, aged 8, son of John William D., 
solicitor, Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury, ^1841. 

Entered the Indian Army ; Colonel in the Royal (late Madras) 
Artillery. 

Sept.21. William Barney Tate, aged 9, son of William T., solicitor, 
2, Eldon Place, Kennington. 1841. 

University College and Hospital, London; M.R.C.S. 1849; 
M.D. King's College, Aberdeen, 1854 ; L.S.A.L. 1858 ; M.R.C.P. Lon- 
don, 1859 ; Surgeon of E.L ship Alfred, 1849-52 ; Surgeon of Army 
"Works Corps in Crimea, 1855-56 ; Physician and Superintendent of 
Lunatic Hospital, Kottingliam, 1859. 

^ From the time of Dr. Kynaston's ap- left the School, and generally also the 
pointment to the High Mastership, a Class in which they left, 
register was kept which shows when boys 



294 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1836 

Admitted. 

Sept. 29. Joseph Adderley Chichele Helm, aged 9, son of Joseph 
Charles H., clergyman, Worthing. 1840. 

Jesus College, Cambridge (Scholar, 1846) ; B.A. Junior Op. and 
First Class Classics, 1849 ; Fellow ; M.A. 1852. 

„ 30. Charles Frederick Bode, aged 9, son of WilUam B., gentle- 
man, Dalston, Middlesex. 1843. 
Oct. 3. Joseph Robert Monkhouse, aged 8, son of H. M., solicitor, 
3, Craven Street, Strand. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1847 ; Queen's College, Oxford (Fitzgerald 
Exhibitioner) ; migrated to Alban Hall ; B.A. 1851 (Fourth Class 
Classics) ; cilled to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1854. 

„ 22. William Finer, aged 13, son of William F., surgeon, 
102, Curtain Road. 1840. 

„ 29. George Frederick Prescott, aged 9, son of F. J. P., War 
Office, 10, Huntley Street, Bedford Square. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1846 ; Trinity College, Cambridge (Scholar, 
1849) ; B.A. Junior Op. and First Class Classics, 1850 ; M.A. 1854 ; 
Vicar of St. Michael's, Paddington, 1864. 

John Smith, aged 9, son of William S., solicitor. Angel 

Court. 1841. 

Nov. 3. John Thomas Hyde, aged 9, son of H. W. C. H., clergyman, 

Camberwell. 1841. 

Addiscombe College, passed as First Engineer, 1846 ; resigned his 
appointment in India from ill-health, and entered Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge (Exhibitioner of the Goldsmith's Company); B.A. 1853; 
M.A. 1856 ; Mathematical Professor at Addiscombe ; Rector of Wemb- 
worthy, Devon, 1870 ;. Rector of Wallington, Herts, 1878; Rector of 
Ruan Lanyhorne, Cornwall, 1882. 

„ 21. Ashwin Drope Gough, aged 12, son of William G., gent, 

Hinton, Worcester. 1839. 

Dec. 2. Hugh de Capiet Eaiie, aged 8, son of Thomas E., gent, 

16, Peters Hill 1847. 

„ 17. John Abernethy Kingdon, aged 8, son of William K., 

surgeon, 2, New Bank Buildings. 1844. 

St Bartholomew's Hospital; M.R.C.S. 1849 ; F.R.C.S. 1861 ; Surgeon 

to the City of Loudon Truss Society, &c. 



1837 



Feb. 2. Edward John Barham, aged 9, son of R. H. B., clergyman, 
St. Pauls. 

Son of R. H. B. (Captain, 1806) ; died June 4, 1840, aged 13, and 
was buried in the Rector's vault of St. Mary Magdalene, of which his 
father was Rector. 

„ 9. John James Scargill, aged 8, son of John S., solicitor. 
Burton Crescent. 1846. 

Entered a solicitor's office ; afterwards Clare College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1855 ; in Holy Orders. 

„ 20. Henry Edmund Cole, aged 12, son of H. E. C, gent. 
Old Kent Road. 1840. 



i837] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 295 



Mar, 4. William Christopher Valentine, aged 8, son of William V., 

clergyman, London Hospital. 1847. 

Worcester College, Oxon ; B.A. 1850 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's 

Inn), 1857. 

„ 8. Philip Henry Suter, aged 9, son of Kichard S., architect, 

Fenchurch Street. 1838. 

Died in the School, November, 1838. 

Walter John McDowall, aged 9, son of Walter McD., M.A. 
4, Pemberton Row. 1846. 

Lost au eye while in the School in consequence of a wound from 
a pen tliro\\Ti across the School, and was withdrawn for apprehended 
loss of sight ; became a printer ; died at Geelong, 1878. 

„ 9. Corbet Metcalf Moore, aged 9, son of Robert M., clergyman, 

Eley, Norfolk. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1847, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry 
Exhibitioner, 1848 ; B.A. 1851 ; Rector of Beechamwell St. Mary-cuni- 
Beechamwell St. John, Norfolk, 1855-68; Vicar of All Saints', 
Cheltenham, 1868. 

Apr. 15. Charles Frewen Kelly, aged 9, son of Anthony Plumley K., 
clergyman, Charles Square, Hoxton. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1846, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1850 ; M.A. 1853. 

May 9. Henry Reeve, aged 10, son of John Foster R., surgeon, 

84, Great Ormond Street. 1842. 

William Costall May, aged 9, son of William M., surgeon, 

26, Bow Lane. 1842. 

King's College, London, 1844-48 ; M.R.C.S. 1848 ; L.S.A.L. 1848 ; 
practised in London. 

Thomas Julius Henderson, aged 9, son of John H., Lieut. 
in Navy, Peters Hill. 1846. 

Wadham College, Oxon; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852; Minister of 
Kenniugton, Berks, 1856 59 ; Vicar of South Beufleet, Essex, 1859-72 ; 
Perpetual Curate of Canvey Island, Essex, 1860-72 ; Rector of Heywood, 
Lancaslm-e, 1872. 
July 3. John Nevison May, aged 8, son of William M., surgeon, 
26, Bow Lane. 1844. 

Paper Manufacturer, "Woking. 

„ 5. George Blew Golding, aged 8, son of Benjamin G., physician, 
77, St. Martins Lane. 1843. 

„ 11. Edgar Hyde, aged 8, son of H, W. C. H., clergyman, 
Camberwell. 1848. 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford (Scholar) ; Junior Mathematical 
Scholar, 1849 ; B.A. 1851 ; First Class Mathematics, Third Class 
Classics ; Fellow ; M.A. ; Master at Cheltenham College, 1853 ; Head 
Master of Limerick and Killaloe School, 1859 ; Tutor in Jurisprudence, 
Civil and International Law, to the Hon. Society of the Inner Temple ; 
called to the Bar, 1862 ; Advocate of the High Court of Calcutta. 

William Newton Harriott, Capitanco. 

Admitted September 10, 1829. 

Sept. 15. Edward Robert Welshman, aged 9, son of C. W., physician, 
Army, Oriental Club, Calcutta. 
Died in the School, September, 1839. 



296 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1837 

Admitted. 

Sept. 22. Edward Heming Kice, aged 15, son of Edward R., clergy- 
man, head grammar master, Clirists Hospital. 

Previously a Deput)--Grecian at Christ's Hospital ; University College, 
Oxford ; Prize for Mathematics, 1842 ; died at College, 1844. 

,, 28. Robert Rainy Pennington Stanley, aged 11, son of Edward 
S., surgeon, Lincolns Inn Fields. 
Oct. 3. Augustus Kempson, aged 9, son of Henry Charles K., 
ironmonger, 55, Hatton Garden. 
Robert Charles Knott, aged 8, son of Robert R. K., clergy- 
man, 150, Leadenhall Street. 

L.S. A. Londou ; now in Canterbury, New Zealand. 

„ 6. Heniy Spencer, aged 8, son of Edward S., solicitor, 

11, Brunsmck Parade, Pentonville. 
„ 12, Thomas Rowe, aged 9, son of Matthias R., surgeon, 

24, Woburn Place. 
„ 17. William Hunter Cruden, aged 11, son of William C, clerk, 

Odiham, Hants. 
Nov. 20. Godfrey Richard Ferries (Ferris), aged 12, son of Thomas F., 

clergyman, Dallington, Sussex. 

Durham University ; B.A. (First Classical Honours), 1847 ; 

Fellow, 1849 ; M.R.C.S. 1852 ; now in Calcutta. 

James Frederick Walsh, aged 12, son of James Thomas W., 
Custom House, 49, Stamford Street. 
Secretary to the Varna Railway Company. 

1838 

Jan. 23. Ebenezer Pitman, aged 8, son of John P., gent, 6, Colebrook 
Row, Islington. 
Charles Andrew Prescott, aged 8, son of F. G. P., War 
Office, 10, Huntley Street, Bedford Square. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1848, Trinity College, Cambridge; Scholar; 
B.A. (Second Class Classics) 1852 ; Banker (Prescott, Cave, & Co.). 

Paul Randolph Cobbold, aged 9, son of R. K. C, gent, 

Southwold, Suffolk. 
Henry Kemp, aged 9, son of William Richard K., grocer, 

43, Little Eastcheap. 
Edward McDonald (McDonnel) Mayor, aged 8, son of 

George M., merchant, 23, Old Fish Street. 
„ 24. George Spence Walsh, aged 10, son of James Thomas W., 

deputy collector, Custom House, 49, Stamford Street. 
Feb. 13. William Zachariah Kingdon, aged 10, son of William K., 

surgeon. New Bank Buildings. 

Entered Merchant Taj-lors' School, January, 1835 ; left St. Paul's 
School about 1843 ; Merchant ; died in Brazil, 1857. 

,, 15. Frederick Forster, aged 10, son of John F., surgeon. Mount 
Street, Lambeth. 
Mar. 9. Alfred William Monkhouse, aged 8, son of C. T. M., 
solicitor, 3, Craven Street, Strand. 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; Second Class Classical Moderations, 1853 ; 
B.A. (Third Class Litt. Hum.) 1855; M.A. 1858; Vicar of Barton, Camb. 



1838] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 297 

Admitted. 

Mar. 14. William Henry Mavor, aged 9, son of William M., clergy- 
man, Woodstock. 
„ 15. William Edward Nethersole, aged 9, son of W. D. N., 

solicitor, 15, Essex Street, Strand. 
„ 26. William Charles Gainer, aged 12, son of William G., steward, 
ma, St. James's Place. VIII. 1844. 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1847 ; St. Mary Hall, 1848 ; B.A. 1850. 

Edward Geary Snow, aged 9, son of Bernard Geary S., 
surgeon, Highgate. VI. 1843. 

Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; Captain R.A. ; killed in the 
trenches before Sebastopol, 1855. 

Edmund B. Snow, aged 9, son of Bernard Geary S., surgeon, 
Highgate. VII. 1844. 

R.M.L.L; Lt.-Colonel, 1876. 

„ 29. Sydney Poole Lowdell, aged 7, son of George L., surgeon, 
Linkfield, Surrey. II. 1841. 

Guy's Hospital; L.S.A.L. 1853; M.R.C.S. 1854; Certificate from 
the Admiralty for passing as Surgeon ; Surgeon to Honourable Hudson 
Bay Company ; Surgeon to H.M. Prisons, Dartmoor and Portland ; 
Surgeon to Isle of Sark. 

Apr. 9. Charles Miles, aged 10, son of John M., surgeon, 23, Throg- 
morton Street. 

May 1. William Chartres Safford, aged 8, son of James Cutting S., 
clergyman, Mettingham Castle, Suffolk. 

Paulino Exhibitioner, 1848, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; 
Sykes Exhibitioner, 1850 ; Scholar ; B.A. 1852 ; M.A. 1855 ; Rector 
of Christchiu'ch-cum-St. Ewens, Bristol, 1855-59 ; Perpetual Curate 
of Sloven, Suffolk, 1859-66; Rector of Attleborough, 1866. 

June 19. Herbert Aylwiu, aged 9, son of George A., gent, 17, Finsbury 
Square. 
Henry Francis Shebbeare, aged 9, son of Charles J. S., 
barrister, Grove Cottage, Clapham. 

Campden Exhibitioner, 1847, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 
(Second Class Classical Tripos), 1851 ; called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
1852. 



298 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1838 



1838-1876 
High Master HERBERT KYNASTON. 

Educated at "Westminster School ; Student of Christ Church, Oxford; B.A. (First 
Class Litt. Hum.), 1831; M.A. 1833; B.D. and D.D. 1849; Rector of 
St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, with St. Nicholas Olave, London, 1850-66 ; Pre- 
bendary of Holbom in St. Paul's Cathedral, 1853 ; retired from the High 
Mastership, Christmas, 1876 ; died 1878 ; author of miscellaneous poems and 
numerous hymns, both in Latin and English, besides verses recited at St. Paul's 
School Appositions. 

Surmastcr 1838 John Philips Bean. 

See before, 1814-37. 

Surmastcr 1852 Alfred James Carver. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, February 20, 1836. 

Surmastcr 1858 John Kempthorne. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, November 30, 1846. 

Surmastcr 1864 Joseph Hirst Lupton. 

Educated at Giggleswick School, Yorkshire ; St. John's College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. (Fifth in Fii'st Class Classical Tripos), 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; Fellow of 
St. John's ; Assistant Master City of London School ; editor of Colet's works : 
De Sacravicntis Ecclcsicc, Th^e Hierarchies of Dionysms, Lecttircs on the Epistle 
to the Romans, and Un tJie First Epistle to tlie Corinthians, Letters on the Mosaic 
Account of the Creation; author of The Life of St. John of Damascus, and 
translator of Erasmus's Lives of Vitrier and Colet. 

^Third Master 1838 James Cooper. 

See before, 1814-37. 

Third Master 1861 Edward Taylor Hudson. 

Educated at Christ's Hospital ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1849 ; M.A. 1852 ; 
Assistant Master in Kensington Proprietary School ; died 1875. 

Third Master 1875 James William Shepard. 

Educated at King's College School, London ; Balliol College, Oxford ; Second 
Class Classical Moderations, 1853 ; Fu-st Class (Litt. Hum.), 1855 ; B.A. 1856 ; 
M.A. 1858. 

ilthMastlr^ 1 1838 Charles Coleby Roberts. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, October 1, 1824. 

Fourth Master 1855 Edward Taylor Hudson. 
Fourth Master 1862 James William Shepard. 
Fourth Master 1875 Robert Barlow Gardiner. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. See admissions, October 6, 1854. 

^ The title of the office was changed by the Court of Assistants. 



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SCHOLAKS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



299 



Mathematical \ 
Master J 

See before, 1814-37. 

Math em atical ) -ioa.-> 
Master ] ^^^^ 



Kev. J. Cooper (contimted). 
George Lambert. 

December 20. 



3Iathcmatical 
Master 



1854 



William Lethbridge. 

December 21. 
St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. (9th Wrangler), 1850 ; M.A. 1853. 

Mathematical ) 



1864 



E. A. Hadley. 



Master j 

September 167 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. (4th "Wrangler), 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; Fellow of 
Trinity. 



First French \ 
Master j 

Died 1858. 

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Second French \ 
Master j 

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1853 Charles Jean Delille. 

Jiohj 28. 

1859 Tito Pagliardini. 

February 4. 

1853 Tito Pagliardinl 

July 28. 

1859 L^once STii:vENARD. 

February 4. 



Supernumerary Instructors in Composition and Extra Beading — 
1868 W, R Kennedy. 

Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge. 

1870 G. C. W. Warr. 

Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 

1873 Isaac S. Leadam. 

Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford. 

1875 A. W. Verrall. 

Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 



300 SCHOLAKS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1S38 



SCHOLARS. 
Thomas Burnaby, Capitaneo. 

Admitted Kovcmher 2, 1829. 
Admittrd. 

Sept. 17. Hugh Kennedy, aged 9, son of Hugh K., gent, 4, Clarence 
Terrace, St. HeUer, Jersey. 

Captain, 1846-47 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Balliol College, Oxford ; 
Registrar of the Universitj', Sydney, Kew South Wales. 

„ 18. Adam Henry George Block, aged 9, son of Samuel Richard B., 
merchant, Muswell Hill. 
John William Doutty, aged 9, son of John D., clerk in the 
Admiralty, 1, Earl Street, Blackfriars. 

Appointed to a clerkship in the Admiralty. 

Oct. 5. Edward Dew Stanley, aged 8, son of Edward S., surgeon, 
Lincolns Inn Fields. 

Died in the School in the Vth Class in 1843. 

„ 10. Henry Bickham Martin, aged 8, son of John M., librarian 
to Duke of Bedford, Froxfield, Woburn. 

"Went into business ; died at Montreal, 1879. 

„ 11. Samuel Robert Calthrop(Cal thorp), aged 9, son of Richard C, 
grazier, Swineshead Abbey, Boston. 

Captain, 1847-48 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1850-53. 

„ 13. Augustus Field, aged 9, son of Henry F., barge builder, 
7, Albion Place, Blackfriars. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1848, Clare Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1853 ; 
M.A. 1856 ; Vicar of Pool Quay, Montgomery, 1863. 

Nov. 13. Arthur Thompson Bonner, aged 9, son of Charles B., solicitor, 
Spalding, Lincoln. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1847, Lincoln College, Oxford ; Scholar ; 
B.A. (Third Class Litt. Hum.), 1853 ; Ordained, 1853 ; one of 
H.M.'s Inspectors of Schools ; died 1868. 

Dec. 10. Charles Watson Kitching, aged 9, son of Charles K., surgeon, 
1, West Place, St. George's Road. 
„ 15. Edmund Eyre Lloyd, aged 9, son of Edmund L., bookseller, 
Harley Street, Cavendish Square. 

1839 

Feb. 15. George Herrick Burnaby, aged 9, son of Thomas B., clergy- 
man, Quorndon, Leicester. II. ISiO. 

E.N. ; died Lieutenant, 1853. 

„ 20. Henry Bolland, aged 9, son of Wm B., clergyman, Cheshunt. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1848, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior 
Op.), 1853 ; M.A. 1856 ; Domestic Chaplain to Viscount Hill; Vicar 
of St. James, Wolverhampton, 1863, and Rural Dean. 

28. Hugh Jacobs, aged 11, son of William Hearn J., farmer, 
Chale, Isle of Wight. 

Queen's College, Oxford ; Bible Clerk ; B.A. (Fourth Class Litt. 
Hum.), 1849 ; intended for Orders, but died 1850, aged 23. 

Mar. 5. Frederick William Maskall,aged 9, son of William Henry M., 
calenderer, 48, Barbican. 



1839] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 301 

AdmitfecL 

Mar. 22. Francis Everest Blunt, aged 9, son of William B., clergy- 
man, 5, Suftolk Lane. 

June 14?. Hugh Percy de Bathe Gleig, aged 8, son of George Robert G., 
clergyman, Chelsea Hospital. II. 18-tO. 

Dieil 1S42. 

July 10. Henry Thornton Perkin, aged 13, son of R. T. P., pawn- 
broker, Streatham. 

William Smith, Oapitanco. 

Admitted October 21, 1833. 

Sept. 10. Edward Augustus Chichester Macartney, aged 11, son of 
Joseph M., gentleman, Farm Hill, Holy wood, County 
Down, Ireland. II. 1840. 

„ 25. Augustus Minier Ibbetson Golding (Goulding), aged 
8, son of Benjamin G., physician, St. Martins 
Lane. III. 1842. 

Oct. 1. William Griffith (Griffiths), aged 8, son of Walter G., 
surgeon, 12, Little Queen Street, Holborn. VIIL 1849. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Cains College, Cambriilge ; B.A. (Second 
Class Classics), 1853 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1858 ; author 
of Institutes of Equity. 

„ 3. Herbert Henry Moseley, aged 10, son of F. X. M., gentle- 
man, Aveley, Essex. VIII. 1849. 

Pauline ExhUiitioner, St. John's College, Cambridge; B.A. 1853 ; 
Vicar of Holt, Wiltshire, 1865. 

John Austin Kitching, aged 9, son of Charles K., surgeon, 

80, Connaught Terrace, Hyde Park. III. 1842. 

„ 10. Peter Sorenson Royston, aged 8, son of John Power R., 

surgeon, 1. West Place, St. George's Road, South- 

wark. ' VIII. 1849. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Junior 
Op. and Second Class Classics), 1853; M. A. 1861; D.D. 1872; 
Tutor of Church Missionary College, Islington, 1853-55 ; Clerical 
Secretary ]\Iadras Church Missionary Society Committee, 1855-71 ; 
Bishop of Mauritius, 1872. 

„ 12. Henry Barrett Lennard, aged 9, son of G. B. L., stationer, 

40, Old Broad Street. VII. 1847. 

Charles Dudley Kingsford, aged 9, son of Edward K., banker, 

3, Wellington Street, London Bridge. VII. 1847. 

St. Andrew's University and Guy's Hospital; M.R.C.S. 1851; 

M.D. 1851; L.S.A.L. 1852. 

„ 19. Bransby Roberts, aged 9, son of John R., surgeon, 
34. Finsbury Circus. VII. 1846. 

Guy's Hospital; M.E.C.S. 1853; L.S.A.L. 1853; M D. St. 
Andrew's ; L.K.Q.C.P. Ireland ; Assistant Surgeon to Renken Con- 
valescent Hospital (Crimean War) ; House Surgeon Royal London 
Ophthalmic Hosp. ; Hon. Phys to Eastbourne Provident Dispensary. 

Dec. 17. Thomas Samuel Fraser Rawlins, aged 10, son of Richard R., 
clergyman, Limeliouse. VIII. 1847. 

Worcester College, Oxford (Scholar) ; B.A. (Second Class Litt. Hum.), 
1852 ; M.A. 1854"; Fellow of AVorcester, 1853-62 ; A''icar of Dench- 
wortb, Berks, 1858-68; RectorofClifton-Campville-cum-Chilcote, 1868 ; 
Rural Dean of Tamworth, 1876 ; author of Externals of Ileligion. 



302 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1839 



Admitted. t-» m -n 

Dec. 19. Frederick William Perkin, aged 10, son of K. T. P., gent, 
Streatham. 
Joseph Herbert Thornley, aged 10, son of Joseph T., 
gentleman, 4, Bath Place, New Road. VI. 1845. 



1840 

Jan. 28. James Murray Eichard Rawlins, aged 12, son of Richard E., 
clergyman, Limehouse. VIII. 1846. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; B.A. 1849. 

Feb. 13, Lawrence Morris Jackson, aged 8, son of William D. J., 
commercial clerk, Dalston. VIII. 1850. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, but never proceeded to the University. 

24. Frederick B. Jacobs, aged 8, son of William H. J., gentle- 
man farmer, Chale Abbey, Isle of Wight. VIII. 1848. 

Queen's College, Oxford ; Solicitor (afterwards Jacob) ; died 1880. 

Mar. 5. George Christian Lloyd, aged 9, son of Francis B. L., 

physician, 37, Middleton Square, Pentonville. II. 1841. 

John William Windus, aged 14, son of John W., solicitor, 

Epping, Essex. VI. 1842. 

, 25. Samuel Lobb, aged 8, son of Ellis Goode L., hosier, 148, 

Cheapside. VIIL 1851. 

Captain ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1853-57 ; Scholar, 1854 ; B.A. (Wrangler), 1855 ; 
Education Department I.C.S. ; died 1876. 

May 1. Bleamire Moody De Michele, aged 9, son of John George 
De M., surgeon, 31, Upper Charlotte Street, Fitzroy 
Square. V. 1845. 

13. Edward Fitzgerald Pritchard, aged 9, son of William P., 
proctor. Doctors Commons. III. 1842. 

R.M. ; Lieutenant, 1855 ; Captain, 1865 ; drowned in the Bay of 
Tunis, circa 1876. 

June 5. AlgernonPelhamSmithValentiue, aged9, sonofWilliamP., 
clerk, London Hospital. VII. 1848. 

17. George Drury, aged 9, soa of A. J. D. (deceased), school- 
master, Ashford, Middlesex. VIIL 1849. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, All Souls' College, Oxford; B.A. 1853; 
M.A. 1860 ; Curate of Thorpe, Suffolk, 1862. 

19. William Henry Stone, aged 9, son of William S., clerg3^man, 

Rectory House, Christchurch, Spitalfields. III. 1841. 
Removed to Charterhouse ; Balliol College, Oxford (Scholar) ; 
B.A. (First Class Litt. Hum.), 1852; B.M. 1856; L.R.C.P. and 
F.R.C.S. 1856 ; Medical Registrar at St. Thomas's Hospital. 

20. James Durant Kingdon, aged 9, son of William K., 

surgeon, 2, New Bank Buildings. VIIL 1849. 

Captain ; Campden Exliibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1855-58 ; B.A. (Senior Op. and Second Class 
Classics), 1854 ; M.A. 1857 ; Head Master of Sutton Valence Gram- 
mar School, Kent ; Yicar of Loose, Kent, 1883. 



1 840] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 303 

Adniitt-cd. 

June 29. Rupert Thomas Snow, aged 9, son of B. G. S., surgeon, 
Higbgate. VI. 1846. 

Addiscoinbe College; H.E.LC.S. ; 7tli Madras Native Infantry; 
Ensign, 1849 ; Lieutenant, 1854 ; Captain, 1861 ; Major, 1869 ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, Madras Staflf Corps, 1875. 

July 6, Charles Sleap, aged 9, son of John Gifford S., merchant, 
St. John Street Road. VII. 1846. 

Underwriter, Lloyd's. 

„ 7. William Charles Henry Dicken, aged 11, son of Charles 
R. D., clerk, Charterhouse. IV. 1842. 

„ 10. Robert Scott McDowall, aged 9, son of Walter McD., 
printer, Pemberton Row, Gough Square. VIII. 1849. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford ; B.A. (Fourth 
Class Litt. Hum.), 1853 ; M.A. 1860 ; Assistant Master, Newark-on- 
Trent Grammar School, 1863-68 ; Eector of North Poorton, Dorset- 
shire, 1876. 

Francis Clarke Walsh, Capitaneo. 

Admitted November 16, 1835. 

Sept. 17. William Whytehed Charnock, aged 11, son of Richard C, 
barrister, 28, Woburn Place, Russell Square. V. 1845. 
Charles John Allen, aged 8, son of John Jullien A., 
attorney-at-law, Bartletts Buildings. VII. 1848. 

„ 26. Henry Simpson Blink, aged 9, son of George B., Post 
Office clerk, 15, White Lion Street, Penton- 
ville. VIII. 1850. 

King's College, London; A.K.C. (Th.), 1855; Ordained, 1856; 
Curate-in-charge of St. Mary with St. Michael, Pembroke, 1868. 

John Daniel Bliss, aged 9, son of Daniel B., Major in the 

Army, Fitzroy Place, South wark. II. 1843. 

Oct. 5. Andrew Burn Suter, aged 9, son of Richard S., architect, 

Fenchurch Street. VIII. 1849. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhi- 
bitioner,, 1850-53 ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1853 ; M.A. 1856 ; D.D. 1866 ; 
Bishop of Nelson, New Zealand, 1866. 

Edward Mourant Birch, aged 9, son of James W. B., 
clergyman, Radipole, Weymouth. VIII. 1849. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Oxford. 

„ 6. Tbomas Hogg Girtin, aged 9, son of Thomas Calvert G., 
surgeon, Islington. VIII. 1849. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Oxford ; Second Class 
Classical Moderations; B.A. (Third Class Litt. Hum., Fourth Class 
Law and Mod. Hist.), 1853. 

„ 9. Sylvester Joseph Hunter, aged 11, son of Joseph H., Pres- 
byterian clergyman, 30, Torrington Sq. VIII. 1848. 
Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhi- 
bitioner, 1851-54 ; B.A. (Wrangler), 1852 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's 
Inn), 1857 ; Certificate of Honour, 1856 ; Studentship, 1857. 

James Charles John Hastings, aged 9, son of William 

Warren H., solicitor, Harper Street, Red Lion 

Square. VII. 1847. 

Appointed to a clerkship in the Ordnance Office. 



304 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1840 

Admitted. 

Oct. 10. Framlingliara William Thruston, aged 9, son of Framling- 
ham T., gentleman, Virginia Terrace. VIII. 1849. 

Died suddenly of cliolera, Sejiteiiiber 12, 1849, when he had reached 
the position of fourth monitor. The Thruston Prize was founded by 
his widowed mother and the late High llaster in remembrance of him. 

Edward Henry Linnecar, aged 9, son of Edward Harrison L., 

surgeon, 56, Aldermanbury. VI. 1847. 

■ Henry Clarke Monkhouse, aged 8, son of Cyril John M., 

solicitor, 3, Craven Street, Strand. VIII. 1850. 

Captain ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 1859 ; Eector of East Barkwith, Lincolnshire, 1871. 

,, 12. Arthur Sampford Tripp, aged 9, son of Charles T., D.D., 
Silverton, Devon. VIII. 1850. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, 1850 ; but resigned in the following year and 
proceeded to Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. 

Nov. 4. Henry Alfred Withers, aged 9, son of Robert W., land 

agent, 46, Regent Square. I. 1841. 

„ 10. James Henry Tomlinson Blunt, aged 9, son of William B., 

clergyman, 5, Suffolk Lane. VIII. 1850. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Exeter College, Oxford ; B.A. 1854 ; 
M.A. 1857 ; Chaplain in India (Bombay Diocese), 1864. 

„ 14. James Hughes Cooper, aged 9, son of James C, clergyman, 

St. Pauls School. VIII. 1850. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Junior 
Op.), 1855 ; M.A. 1858 ; Eector of Tarporlej', Cheshii-e, 1865 ; 
Honorary Canon of Chester, 1882. 

„ 18. Edward Barker Prescott, aged 9, son of Frederick J. P., 
War Office, 10, Huntley Street, Bedford Sq. V. 1846. 

„ 25. Sherrard Beaumont Burnaby, aged 9, son of John P. B., 
banker's clerk, Doctors Commons. VIII. 1850. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ's College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior 
Op.), 1854 ; M.A. 1857 ; Rector of Wapping, 1866-73 ; Vicar of 
Hampstead, Middlesex, 1873 ; and Domestic Chaplain to Earl 
Fortescue. 



1841 

Feb. 12. Henry William Eyre Jeston, aged 7, son of Henry P. J., 
clergyman, Cholesbury. II. 1842. 

Clerk in the National Debt Office. 

Mar. 1. Robert Costall May, aged 9, son of William M., surgeon, 
26, Bow Lane. VIII. 1850. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Second 
Class Classics), 1854 ; M.A. 1857 ; Chajilaiu of the Central London 
Asylum for the Sick, Cleveland Street, 1875. 

„ 3. Roberts Adams Smith, aged 9, son of William S., solicitor, 

9, College Place, Camden Town. VI. 1848. 

William Higgins Jones, aged 9, son of John Lee J., 

solicitor, 71, Mark Lane. III. 1845. 

„ 4. Samuel Hale, aged 9, son of Warren Stirnus H., wax 

chandler, Cateaton Street. IV. 1844. 

Removed to the Citj' of London School. 



1 841] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 305 

Ad7)uUed. 

Mar. 4. Frederick William Kingsford, aged 8, son of Edward K., 
banker, 3, Wellington Square. VIII. IScl. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1855 ; 
M.A. 1861; Chaplain H.E.I C.S. (Allahabad), 1858-61; Vicar of 
St. Thomas, Stamford Hill, 1861. 

„ 6. Bowyer Mewburn, aged 8, son of Bowyer M., solicitor, 
Green Terrace, "New Eiver. VII. 1849. 

„ 19. William Henry Plummer, aged 8, son of John P., woollen 
draper, 74, Wood Street. III. 1844. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1851 ; Vicar of Fleet, Hants, 
1860. 

„ 31. John Percivall, aged 8, son of William P., veterinary 

surgeon, 1st Life Guards, Windsor. IV. 1845. 

May 5. James (Innes) Gibson, aged 10, son of James Pringle G., 

Lieutenant R.N., Church Hill, Walthamstow. I. 1841. 

„ 16. Robert Henry Sawyer, aged 8, son of George S., surgeon, 

72, Myddelton Square. VII. 1851. 

Matriculated, University of London ; King's College, London, and 

St. George's Hospital ; M.R.C.S. 1855 ; Medical Officer of Health, 

Shaftesbury ; late Assistant Surgeon, Royal Elthorne Militia. 

June 18. Augustus Hillier, aged 9, son of Henry H., surgeon, 

85, Gower Street. I. 1841. 

„ 19. Robert De Courcy Scanlan, aged 8, son of R. R. S., artist, 

14, Fitzroy Street. VII. 1850. 

July 6. Harry Bodkin Poland, aged 12, son of Peter P., furrier. 
Bread Street. V. 1846. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1851 ; Recorder of Dovei' ; Counsel 
to the Treasury ; Chairman of the Old Pauline Dinner, 1883. 

„ 7. Edward Lawrance, aged 9, son of Edward L., solicitor, 
32, Bucklersbury. V. 1847- 

Went abroad to Borneo. 

George Woodford Lawrance, aged 7, son of Edward L., 
solicitor, 32, Bucklersbury. VIII. 1851. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. (First 
Class Classics), 1855 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1858. 

„ 9. Nicholas George Soames, aged 13, son of Nicholas S., 
Russia broker, 23, Threadneedle Street. V. 1842. 



George Brien, Capikmeo. 

Admitted Septcmler 4, 1832. 

Sept. 18. Frederic Metcalfe, aged 17, son of William M., clergyman, 
Foulmire, Cambs. VIII. 1843. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1843 ; 
Stock Exhibitioner, 1845 ; B.A. 1847 ; M.A. 1850 ; Rector of Upper 
Hardres, Kent, 1871. 

„ 22. James Thomas Hand Bennet, aged 9, son of Jame ; Thomas 
H. B., clergyman, Chevely, Cambs. I. 1842. 

„ 27. James Robert Plummer, aged 10, son of John P., draper, 
74, Wood Street. III. 1843. 



306 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1841 

Admitted. 

Sept. 28. Herbert John Reynolds, aged 8, son of Samuel R., surgeon, 
High Street, Stoke Newington. VI. 1845. 

Removed to Eton ; thence to King's College, Ccambridge ; Scholar; 
H.E.I. C.S. 1856 ; Secretary to the Board of Revenue, Bengal. 

Oct. 9. Christopher Baynes Limeber (Limebeer), aged 9, son of 

Edward L., bookseller, 28, St. Johns Square, Clerkenwell. 

„ 15. Edward Ernest Windus, aged 9, son of John W., solicitor, 

Epping. VI. 1848. 

„ 25. John Menzies, aged 8, son of Robert M., surgeon, 86, Upper 

Stamford Street. III. 1847. 

Nov. 10. Maxwell Miller, aged 9, son of Robert M., barrister, 

32, Essex Street. VIII. 1850. 

Pauline Exliibitioner, Worcester College, Oxford ; elected Fitz- 
gerald Exliibitioner, Queen's, 1851 ; Member of Legislative Assembly, 
Hobart, Tasmania. 

„ 15. Theojjhilus Wathen Thompson, aged 9, son of Theophilus 
T., physician, 15, Keppel Street, Russell Sq. VI. 1848. 
King's College, London ; Solicitor ; retired 1876. 

Dec. 4. Edward Park Guy Browne, aged 11, son of Thomas B., 

solicitor. Amble House, Cumberland. V. 1844. 

Henry Birch, aged 12, son of James Wheeler B., clergyman, 

Upper Holloway. IV. 1842. 



1842 

Jan. 26. George John Davis Heath, aged 9, son of George H., 
clergyman, 1, Frederick Place, Regent Sq. VII. 1848. 
Cadet, H.E.I. C.S. ; 38th Madras Native Infantry; Ensign, 1850; 
Lieutenant, 1853; Captain, 1862; Major, 1870; Deputy- Assistant- 
Commissary-General, 1868. 

Mnr. 3. George Finch Jennings Worthington, aged 9, son of 
Henry W., farmer, Dover. 

M.R.C.S. 1863 ; L.F.P.S. (Glasgow), 1864 ; M.C.P. Ireland, 1879. 

„ 22. George Francis Popham Blyth, aged 9, son of G. B. B., 
clergymau, Beverley, Yorks. VHI. 1851. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford ; B.A. 1854 ; 
M.A. 1858 ; Chaplain in India (Calcutta Diocese), 1866 ; Domestic 
Chaplain to the Earl of Kimberley ; Archdeacon of Rangoon, 1880. 

Apr. 2. Edward Hamilton Blyth, aged 7, son of G. B. B., clergyman, 

Beverley, Yorks. VIII. 1853. 

Pauline Exhibitioner ; University College, Oxford (Bible Clerk) ; 
B.A. 1857; M.A. 1861; Vicar of Hammersmith, 1871; Vicar of 
Margate, 1880. 

„ 6. Robert Honeyburn Ashton, aged 11, son of Thomas A., 
hotel keeper, Berners Hotel, Berners Street. I. 1843. 

„ 11. James Augustus Poland, aged 9, son of Peter P., wholesale 
furrier, Bread Street. III. 1846. 

R.N. ; Captain H.M.S. Duncan, 1883. 

„ 30. Martin Edward Wilkinson, aged 10, son of Robert W., 
clerk in the Ordnance Office, the Tower. 

Removed for truancy. 



1842] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 307 

Admitted. 

May 31. Joshua Lambert Vardy, aged 8, son of Joshua L. V., 

surgeon, 53, Stamford Street. V. 1849. 

iLR.C.S. 1855; L.R.C.P. (Edinbiirgli), 1860. 

June 6. Alexander Osmond Black, aged 8, son of Alexander B., 

bookseller, 8, Wellington Street North. VII. 1851 ' 

University of Lomlon ; Honours (First B.A. Examination), 1853. 

„ 14. Robert Metcalfe, aged 16, son of William M., clergyman, 
Foulmire, Cambs. VIII. 1844. 

Solicitor, admitted 1852 ; practising in London. 
„ 30. Stanhope Gary, aged 9, son of William Henry C, stirgeon, 
Woodford. V. 1847. 

Fkedeeic a. Glovek, Capitaneo. 

Admitted March 19, 1832. 

July 9. Edward Newell Monkhouse, aged 8, son of Cyril J. M., 
solicitor, 3, Craven Street, Strand. VI. 1850. 

Admitted Solicitor. 

„ 19. Edward Graham Alston, aged 9, son of George A., clergy- 
man, 26, Bethnal Green. VIII. 1851. 
Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhi- 
bitioner, 1853-55 ; B.A. (Junior Op.), 1855. 

Sept. 13. Fitzgerald Edward Scanlan, aged 8, son of R. R. S., artist, 
62, York Road, Lambeth. VII. 1850. 

M.R.C.S. 1858 ; Surgeon Major, 35th Depot Brigade, 1873. 

„ 29. Howard Tripp, aged 10, son of Charles T., clergyman, 
Silverton, Cullompton. II. 1844. 

Pv,emoved to St. Columba's College ; Merchant ; died 1857. 

Oct. 12. Alfred Kilwick Maskall, aged 12, son of Rob. M., builder, 

Lambeth Road. II. 1845. 

„ 13. Thomas Buckley Dewhurst, aged 9, son of Thomas D., 

bookseller, Granville Square, Pentonville, IV. 1848. 
„ 14. Henry Rainier (Rainer) Bell, aged 9, son of James B., 

gent, Churchfield, Cheshunt, Herts. VI. 1848. 

„ 16. Henry William Lord, aged 9, son of C. F. F. L., surgeon. 

High Street, Hampstead. VIIL 1852. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhi- 
bitioner, 1853-57 ; B.A. (First Class Classics), 1856 ; Fellow of Trinity, 
1858 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1859 ; Examiner in Law 
Tripos, Cambridge, 1862-64 ; Registrar of the District Court of Probate 
(Lancaster), 1882. 

„ 19. Samuel Crispe Gace Vickers, aged 8, son of Samuel V., 
underwriter, Hornsey Road. VI. 1850. 

S. Vincent, Capitaneo. 

Admitted November 1, 1834. 

Oct. 24. Thomas Edward Waite, aged 11, son of Thomas W , clergy- 
man, Ely Place. IV. 1845. 
„ 26. James Coghlan, aged 8, son of James C, clergyman, 
St. James the Less, Bethnal Green. III. 1845. 

X 2 



308 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1842 

Admitted. 

Oct. 27. William George Groves, aged 8, son of Thomas G., gentle- 
man, 3. Vimeira, Vauxhall. III. 1845. 
University College and Hospital, London; Gold Medals in Medicine, 
University College, and Chemical Medal ; M.R.C.S. 1858 ; L.S.A. 
London, 1858 ; House Surgeon, Teigumoutli Infirmary, 1858. 

Nov. 14. Alfred Henry Williams, aged 9, son of Alfred W., clergy- 
man, 33, Guildford Street, Russell Square. VIII. 1851. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, Clare College, Cambridge (Scholar); B.A. 1854; 
M.A. 1858 ; Rector of Alcester, War\vick, 1869 ; Honorary Chaplain 
to the Queen, 1879. 

Dec. 8. Evan Rutter, aged 9, son of John S. R., merchant's clerk, 
Clapham Common. VIII. 1851. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; B.A. 1856 ; 
M.A. 1858 ; Vicar of St. John, Spittal, Berwick-on-Tweed. 

1843 

Jan. 24. Francis Butler, aged 9, son of Charles B., surgeon, Romford, 
Essex. I. 1843. 

„ 25. Edward Hanbury Pitman, aged 8, son of Thomas P., clergy- 
man, Eastbourne, Sussex. VII. 1852. 

Surgeon ; died 1870. 

„ 31. William Wolfe Capes, aged 9, son of Josejoh C, bookseller, 
Paternoster Row. VIII. 1852. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford ; Michel Scholar, 1851; 
Foundation Scholar, 1854 ; Double First Class Moderations, 1853 ; 
B.A. (First Class Classics, Second Class Mathematics) 1855 ; Fellow of 
Queen's, 1856 ; Reader in Ancient History, Oxford, 1870 ; Public 
Examiner, 1867-68, and 1873-75 ; Select Preacher, 1873-74 ; Rector 
of Bramshott, Hants, 1869 ; Fellow and Tutor of Hertford College, 
1878 ; one of the Governors of St. Paul's School appointed by the 
University of Oxford. 

Feb. 9. Charles Edward Turner, aged 11, son of John A. T., in 

Stamp Office, 11, Goodmans Yard, Minories. IV. 1846. 

,, 24. John Turner, aged 7, son of John A. T., in Stamp Office, 

11, Goodmans Yard, Minories. VII. 1851. 

Solicitor, admitted 1866 ; practising in London. 

Mar. 2. William Henry Nason, aged 10, son of William N., chemist, 

Fleet Street. VII. 1849. 

Apr. 8. Thomas Edward Hallett, aged 9, son of T. P. H., barrister, 

31, Bedford Place, Russell Square. I. 1843. 

May 3. Joseph Fortescue, aged 9, son of Matthew F., barrister, 

28, Regent Square. VIII. 1852. 

Entered the service of the Hudson's Bay Company ; Chief Factor in 

charge of York Factory, 1880. 

,, 8. Alfred John Packer, aged 8, son of John G. P., clergyman, 
St. Peters Parsonage, Hackney Road. VIII. 1853. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus C'hristi College, Cambridge ; but 
did not proceed to the University. 

„ 9. Arthur William Follett Halcombe, aged 9, son of John H., 
sergeant-at-law, 3, Sergeants Inn, Chancery Lane. 

VIII. 1852. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Oriel College, Oxford ; settled in Wellington, 
New Zealand. . 



1 843] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 309 

Admitted. 

May 26. Musgrave Watson, aged 8, son of Thomas James W., 
gentleman, Kent Road. VII. 1852. 

Caj)tain iu the Army. 

S. Vincent, Capitaneo. 

Admitted Novcmler 1, 1834. 

Sept. 13. Frederick Francis Tracey, aged 14, son of William Moore T., 
surgeon, 2, Cork Street, Burlington Gardens. V. 1846. 

Christ's College, Cambridge ; Tancred Student ; B.A. 1852 ; 
M.A. 1855 ; Vicar of Worth Matravers, Dorset, 1857-65 ; Rector of 
St. Pancras, Chichester, 1865-72 ; Rector of Beccles, Suffolk, 1872. 

„ 14. John Frederick Muller, aged 8, son of John M., registrar 
of the Mint, Calcutta, Beauvoir Cottage, Kingsland 
Road. II. 1845. 

„ 22. Edward Hughes Bond Kynaston, aged 11, son of 
Frederick K., gentleman, Blaen y Gorss, St. Clairs, 
Carmarthen. IV. 1848. 

„ 25. Robert George Quennell, aged 8, son of Robert W. Q., 
surgeon, Hornchurch, Essex. VII. 1850. 

„ 28. Edward Spencer Stidolph, aged 9, son of William S., 
writing master, 15, Finsbury Place North. III. 1847. 

Civil Engineer. 

Oct. 2. George Hill Emerson, aged 15, son of Arbuthnot E., gentle- 
man, 17, Lower Belgrave Street. IV. 1843. 
Dean Thomas Stokes, aged 11, son of Henry S., distiller. 
King Street, Snow Hill. III. 1847. 
„ 3. William Frederic Stocken, aged 10, son of Charles S., 
stationer, 53, Regent Street. VIII. 1852. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Exeter College, Oxford ; B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1858; 
Assistant Chaplain of Coldbath Fields Prison 1866-73 ; Chaplain to 
Middlesex House of Correction, 1873. 

Thomas Denham Stocken, aged 8, son of Charles S., 
stationer,' 53, Regent Street. V. 1850. 

Joseph Harry Franklyn Blyth, aged 8, son of George B. B., 
clergyman, Beverley, Yorks. V. 1849, 

King's College, London ; in H.M. 88th Regiment; was present at 
the storming of the Redan, 1855 ; came home invalided. 

„ 10. Maurice Norman Bower, aged 9, son of George Edward B., 

1, Powis Place, Queens Square. V. 1847. 

Edward Wilberforce Fancourt, aged 11, son of Edward F., 

artist, 31, Hoxton Square. VII. 1848. 

Thomas Fancourt, aged 9, son of Edward F., artist, 

31, Hoxton Square. VI. 1849. 

,, 11. Frederick York (Ledger) St. Ledger, aged 10, son of Robert 

St. L., gentleman, 25, Lower Islington. VIII. 1851. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Sykes 
Exhibitioner, 1851 ; B.A. 1855 ; Rector of Queenstown, South Africa, 
1864 ; Canon of Grahamstown, 1867. 

Oct, 20. Charles Miller, aged 11, son of Charles F. M., draper, 
72, Goswell Road. I. 1844. 



310 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1843 

Admitted. 

Oct. 21. Robert Nicholas Sanderson, aged 9, son of Charles S., 
clergyman, 33, Duncan Terrace, Islington. VIII. 1852. 

Captain ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Magdalen Hall, Oxford (Lusby 
Scholar) ; Chancellor's Installation Ode in Greek Verse, 1853 ; Second 
Class Classics, Moderations, 1854 ; B.A. 1857 ; M.A. ; Sulj-Master 
of Ipswich Grammar School ; Rector of Wyverstone, Suffolk, 1882 ; 
author of pamphlets, sermons, &c. 

Nov. 21. Conrad Ravin Nicboll, aged 9, son of John N., ironmonger, 
Cross Street, Islington. VIII. 1853. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Exeter College, Oxford ; Second Class Classics, 
Moderations, 1856 ; B.A. 1858. 

„ 24, Raynsford George Alston, aged 15, son of Thomas Fred. A., 
gentleman, Odell, Beds. III. 1844. 

Ceylon Civil Service. 

Dec. 13. George Hunter Cary, aged 12, son of William Henry C, 
surgeon, Woodford, Essex. VII. 1849. 



1844 

Feb. 10, Montgomery de Bentham, aged 10, son of Frederick de B., 
44, Gerrard Street, Ishngton. V. 1848. 

Apr. 26. Alexander George Begbie, agetl 9, son of Charles B., solicitor, 
27, East Street, Red Lion Square. VIII. 1853. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford (afterwards to 
St. Mary Hall) ; Second Class Classics, Moderations, 1855 ; 
B.A. 1857 ; Cui-ate of St. Matthias, Stoke Newington, 1872 ; Private 
Tutor. 

May 2. John Thomas Thorley, aged 9, son of John T., Caledonia 
Road, Islington. VIII. 1853. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Wadham College, Oxford. 

June 2G, Rudolph Gustavus Glover, aged 9, son of John Hulbert G., 
Her Majesty's Household, Queen's Librarian, Windsor 
Castle. VIIL 1853. 

Clerk in the Treasury, 1853 ; War Office, 1855. 

Robert Barnett Brien, Capitaneo. 

Admitted October 8, 1834. 

Sept. 30. John Thomas Cox, aged 9, son of Samuel Vich C, chemist, 
4, John's Row, St. Lukes. V. 1849. 

Now Cox Winkfield ; Wadham College, Oxford; no degree ; Merchant; 
J.P. andD.L. 

Oct, 5. William Samuel Elliott, aged 9, son of Samuel E., proctor's 
clerk, Doctors Commons, 16, East Street, Old Kent 
Road. I. 1846. 

Second Class Clerk in the Admiralty Regi8tr)^ 
Augustus Copeland Tracy, aged 14, son of William Moore T., 
surgeon, Hill Street, Berkeley Square. IV. 1846. 

St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1874 ; Curate of BeccleB, 
Suffolk, 1875. 



i844] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 311 

Admitted. 

Oct. 7. Algernon Emerick Clementi Smith, aged 9, son of John S., 
clergyman, Mercers School. VIII. 1853. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, "Worcester College, Oxford ; B.A. 1858 ; 
M.A. 1860 ; Vicar of Dalton-in-TopcHfle, Yorks, 1859-70 ; Vicar of 
Coatham, Yorks, 1870-74; Rector of Sutcombe, Devon, 1874. 

Herbert Clementi Smith, aged 8, son of John S., clergyman, 

Mercers School. VIII. 1855. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Cambridge ; Gower 
Exhibitioner, 1856 ; Scholar ; B.A. (Second Class Classics), 1859 ; 
M.A. 1862 ; Assistant Master and Chaplain of Shrewsbury School, 
1859-62 ; Senior Curate of Grantham, and Viscountess Campden's 
Preacher at Grantham, 1867-70 ; Jlinor Canon and Preceutor of 
Manchester Cathedral, 1870 ; Fishbourne Lecturer at Berwick-on- 
Tweed, 1877; author oi An English Adaptation of Die Siebcn Warte 
dcs Erloscrs am Krcuze (Haydn's Oratorio). 

„ 9. St. John William Lowfield Fanconrt, aged 8, son of 

Edward F., artist, 31, Hoxton Square. IV. 1849. 

Arthur George Hastings, aged 9, sou of William Warren H., 

solicitor, Harpur Street, Red Lion Square. IV. 1848. 

„ 12. Chilton Mewburu, aged 9, son of Bowyer M., solicitor, 

9, Green Terrace, New Eiver. IV. 1849. 

„ 18. Augustus De Morgan Hensley, aged 9, son of Lewis H., 

surgeon, 3, Great James Street, Bedford Row. 

VIIL 1853. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Ex- 
hibitioner, 1855-57 ; Scholar, 1855 ; B.A. (13tli Wrangler), 1857 ; 
Mathematical and Senior Assistant Master, Haileybury College ; in 
Orders. 

Sept. 21. Charles Swaby Smith, aged 9, son of John S., surgeon, 
23, Moorgate Street. VIIL 1853. 

Guy's Hospital ; Eoyal London Ophthalmic Hospital ; M.R.C.S. 
1858; L.S.A.L. 1859; L.R.C.P. Edinburgh, 1867; Surgeon to 
Bootle Borough Hospital ; Medical Officer to Northern District of 
H.M. General Post Office, Liverpool ; Founder of, and formerly 
Physician to, the Seaforth Dispensary, and for four years Physician 
to the Northern Disiiensary, Liverpool ; Major 15th Lancaster Pdfle 
Volunteers, 1874. 

Oct. 22. George StSdman, aged 11, son of Silas S., surgeon, 

60, Guilford Street, Russell Square. IV. 1850. 

Alexander Griffith, aged 8, son of Walter G., surgeon, 

1, Bloomsbury Place. VII. 1852. 

King's College, London; A.K.C. (Theology), 1862; Chaplain at 
Seville, 1863-66 ; Vicar of Wickham-Skeith, Siitiblk, 1868-73 ; Curate- 
in-charge of Littleton, Staines. 

„ 24. Cecil Theodore Smith, aged 9, son of Charles George S., 
clergyman, Everton, Bawtry, Yorks. IV. 1849. 

Nov. 30. Burman Cassin, aged 9, son of Henry C, accountant, 
3, Church Court, Old Jewry. VIIL 1854. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Ex- 
hibitioner, 1857 ; B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1861 ; Vicar of St. George's, 
Battersea, 1860-73 ; Vicar of St. Paul's, Bolton-le-Moors, 1873 ; 
Rector of St. George-the-Martyr, Southward, 1878. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1845 



1845 

Admitted. 

Jan. 21. Hollingworth TuUy Kingdon, aged 9, son of William K., 
surgeon, 2, New Bank Buildings. VIII. 1834. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Ex- 
hibitioner, 1845-58 ; B.A. 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; D.D. 1881 ; Vice- 
Principal, Sarum Theological College, 1864-69 ; Vicar of Good Easter, 
Essex, 18/8 ; Bishop Coadjutor of Fredericton, New Bruuswiek, 1880. 

George Lupton, aged 9, son of James L., clergyman; Burton 

Vicarage, Bampton, Oxon. VII. 1853. 

Professor of Elocution, Sydney, New South Wale.s. 

June 21. George Samuel Patey, aged 0, son of Samuel P., 61, Blaclc- 

friars Road. I. 1846. 

Edward Cecil Dry, aged 7, son of Richard D., clerk in 

Government Office, 13, Serjeants Inn. I. 1848. 

„ 30. Robert Walter Blackett Botcherby, aged 9, son of George 

Mann B., gentleman, 1, Forest Place, Dalston. I. 1847. 

Charles John Clay, Capitcmeo. 

Admitted October 11, 1835. 

Sept. 16. Frederick Cavan Blyth, aged 8, son of G. B. B., clergyman, 

Beverley, Yorkshire. VIII. 1855. 

Captain ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Oriel College, Oxford ; Evelyn Prize, 

1857 ; B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1861 ; Vicar of Quatford, Salop; Vicar of 

Buckminster, Leics. ; author of Thoughts for the Sick Room. 

John Lilwood Sydenham, aged 10, son of John S., gentle- 
man, Crooms Hill Grove, Greenwich. IV. 1846. 
24. Horace Hutchinson Bourne, aged 9, son of John G. H. B., 
barrister, 9, Craigs Court, Whitehall. I. 1846. 
Arthur SteinkopfF Thompson, aged 9, son of Theophilus T., 
physician, 3, Bedford Square. VIII. 1854, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Wadham College, Oxford ; B.A. (Second Class 
Litt. Hum., Third Class Law snd Mod. Hist.), 1858; M.A. 1861; 
B.D. 1869; Chaplain to the British Factory, St. Petersburg, 1867; 
Vicar of Arundel, Sussex ; author of Some Words for Wanderers. 

„ 25. Poyer Griffith Smith, aged 9, son of William S., solicitor, 
Brixton, Surrey. VI. 1852. 

„ 29. Charles William Stocken, aged 9, son of Charles S., 

stationer, 53, Regent Street. IV, 1850. 

Oct. 2. Thomas Hawker, aged 8, son of Thomas D. H., surgeon, 

1, New Broad Street, I. 1848. 

„ 4, WiUiam Evelyn Alston, aged 9, son of George A., clergy- 
man, St. Philips, Bethnal Green. VIII, 1854. 
M.D. ; Assistant Surgeon, 1859 ; Surgeon Major, 1875. 

,, 7. John George King Houghton, aged 9, son of John H., 
clergyman, Matching Vicarage, Harlow. IV. 1848. 

,, 13. Henry Stokes Noel Lenny, aged 9, son of Christian L., 

clergyman, Ramsgate. VIII. 1854. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1857 ; 

M.A. 1860 ; Vicar of Crowthorue, Berks ; Diocesan Inspector of 

Schools. 



i84S] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 313 

Admitted. 

Oct. 13. William Henry Chambers, aged 9, son of S. E. C, clergy- 
man {deceased), Marlborough College. I. 1846. 

Removed to Christ's Hospital, entered Commissariat Department 
1855 ; Deputy Commissary, 1871 ; served in R.N. during Crimean War. 

Edmund Garstin Yorke, aged 10, son of Edmund Y., archi- 
tect, 4, St. Vincent Place, City Road. VII. 1847. 
„ 31. Henry George Wallen, aged 9, son of John W., architect, 
11, Spital Square. III. 1849. 
Nov. 14. Francis Mewburn, aged 9, son of Bowyer M., solicitor, 
9, Green's Terrace, New River. IV. 1850. 
Dec. 6. Thomas Clifton Bokenham, aged 9, son of William B., 
Superintendent, Post Office, Sj^ring Gardens; Stoke 
Newington Green. VI. 1852. 

King's College, London ; Clerk in G.P.O. 1852 ; Controller, Stamp 
Department, Somerset House. 

„ 17. Edmund Symes Thompson, aged 8, son of Theophilus T., 
physician, 3, Bedford Square. VIII. 1855. 

King's College Hospital (Leatlies and Wameford Prizes) ; University 
of London; M.B. Honours; Scholarship and Gold Medal, 1859; 
M.D. 1860 ; F.R.C.P. London, 1868 ; A.ssistant Physician to King's 
College Hospital, 1860 ; Physician to Hospital for Consumption, 
Brompton, 1864 ; Gresham Professor of Physic, 1868 ; Physician to 
Artists' Fund, 1860 ; editor of Clinical Lectures on Pulmonary Con- 
sumption ; author of Works on Progressive Musculctr Atrophy, Indi- 
gestion in Early Phthisis ; Gresham Lectures. 



1846 

Jan, 20. William Walker, aged 7, son of William W., artist, 
64, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square. VIII. 1854. 

Studied engineering and shipbuilding at Scott Russell's "Works ; 
Madras Irrigation Company, 1862 ; Engineer at Stafford, 1872 ; author 
of Distinguished Men of Science of Great Britain of 1807-8. 

Walden Alston, aged 11, son of George A., clergyman, 

St. Philips, Bethnal Green. V. 1850. 

Left for medical studies, but died 1853. 

Feb. 18. John Smith Brickwell, aged 10, son of John B., surgeon, 

Sawbridgeworth, Herts. VII. 1852. 

St. Bartholomew's Hosintal ; M.R.C.S. and L.S.A., 1856 ; practising 

at Slough. 

Mar. 4. Thomas Graham, aged 8, son of Thomas G., registrar. 
National Provincial Bank of England, 5, Montague 
Place, Islington. VIII. 1856. 

Pauline Exhibitionei', Trinity College, Cambridge ; Pen-y Exhibi- 
tioner, 1858-60; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1860; M.A. 1865; Vicar of 
St. James, Bristol, 1877 ; Vicar of St. Paul's, Ball's Pond, London. 

Herbert Evans, aged 9, son of George D. E., clergyman, 

34, Regents Square. VI. 1852. 

Surveyor. 

„ 6. Thomas Phillips, aged 11, son of Thomas P., plumber, 

Church Street, Hackney. V. 1848. 

Apr. 14. Henry William Pettigrew, aged 10, son of George Henry P., 

ironmonger, 38, King Street, Snow Hill. VII. 1853. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1846 



. 14. Hamilton Clementi Smith, aged 8, son of John S., clergy- 
man, Mercers School. VI. 1852. 

Enlisted in the Army, 1855, and died at "Warley, December, 1855. 

22. Thomas Dyer Stidolph, aged 9, son of Thomas Dyer S.. 
writing master, 14, Dovor Place, New Kent Rd. 1. 1847* 

Architect ; died 1875. 

e IG. Henry Warner Prescott, aged 9, son of F. J. P., War Office, 
13, Oxford Square. VIII. 1854. 

Banker (Prescott, Cave, and Co.). 

17. Edward Henry May, aged 11, son of William M., surgeon, 
26, Bow Lane. VII. 1851. 

Guy's Hospital ; M.R.C.S., L.M., L.S.A., London, 1856 ; practising 
in London ; Assistant Surgeon, G.P.O. ; Surgeon to Western City 
Dispensary. 

HuGONE Kennedy, Capitaneo. 

Admitted September 13, 1838. 

■ 11. Robert Johnston Graham, aged 7, son of Thomas G., gentle- 
man, 5, Montague Place, Islington. VII. 1855. 
Cosmo Gordon, aged 8, son of Adam G., Lee, Black- 
heath. I. 1847. 
,. 4. Francis Palmer Lyne, aged 9, son of Francis L., merchant, 
6, Hunter Street, Brunswick Square. IV. 1852. 
R.N. ; i-etired Assistant- Paymaster. 

William Henry White, aged 8, son of William W., surgeon, 
21, Aldersgate Street. 

1. Henry William Montague, aged 9, son of William M., gen- 

tleman, 14, Old Quebec St., Portman Sq. III. 1850. 

2. Charles Edward Turner, aged 15, son of John A. T., in 

Stamp Office, 20, Manor Place, Walworth. VIII. 1850. 

5. Philip Edmund Monkhouse, aged 8, son of C. J. M., solicitor, 

3. Craven Street, Strand. VIII. 1857. 

Pauline Exliibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford ; Crew Exhibitioner, 
1858 ; Merton College, Bible Clerk, 1859 ; Third Class Classics, Mode- 
rations, 1860; B.A. {Fourth Class Litt. Hum.) 1862 ; died c. 1883. 

6. Francis Desborough Berry, aged 9, son of Joseph W. B., 

clergyman, Foxton, near Royston, Cambs. V. 1852. 

7. Peter Steel, aged 8, son of T. R. S., law stationer, 12, Chan- 

cery Lane. VIII. 1856. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1858-60. 

9. George Eagleton, aged 8, son of George E., commercial clerk, 

14, WiUiam Street, Islington. VIII. 1855. 

Samuel Poovis Vardy, aged 9, son of J. L. V., surgeon, 

53, Stamford Street, Blackfriars. V. 1853. 

10. Gregory Haines Atwell, aged 9, son of Joseph A., principal 

accountant of Excise, 23, Wilmington Sq. VIII. 1855. 

Guy's Hospital; M.R.C.S., 1859; L.R.C.P., 1862; practising at 

Altrincham, Cheshire. 



1846] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 315 

Admitted. 

Oct. 10. Edgar Grote Prescott, aged 7, son of Frederick J. P., War 
Office, 13, Oxford Square. VII. 1855. 

Stockbroker. 

Alfred William Deey, aged 8, son of William D., clergyman, 
St. Thomas', Southwark. II. 1847. 

Removed to Merchant Taylors' School, March, 1847 ; Merton Collegp, 
Oxford, Postmaster ; Third Class Math. Mods. 1858 ; B.A. (Second 
Class Math.), 1860 ; Second Master Crewkerne Grammar School, 1860 ; 
Rector of Hartley Mauditt, Hants ; died 1871. 

Henry Eobert Hurst, aged 9, son of John H., clergyman, 

Thatcham, Sussex. I. 1847. 

Nov. 30. John Kempthorne, aged 11, son of John K., clergyman, 

Wedmore, Somerset, VIII, 1853. 

Captain, 1852-53 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Perry Exhibitioner, 1855-57; Scholar, 1855; B.A. (Fifth in First 
Class Classics), 1857 ; Fellow of Trinity, 1859 ; M. A. 1859 ; Surmaster, 
St. Paul's School, 1858 ; Head Master of Blackheath Proprietary 
School, 1864-76 ; Vicar of Trumphigton, Cambridge, 1876 ; died, 1880 ; 
author of Brief Words on ScJiool Life. 

1847 

Jan. 19. George Gibsone, aged 11, son of B. G. Henry G., professor 
of music, 8, Duke Street, Portland Place. I. 1847. 

Benjamin Kitchen, aged 7, son of Benjamin K., watch- 
maker, 32, Compton Street, Brunswick Sq. II. 1850. 
Feb. 24. Edward William Lo veil, 'aged 10, son of Charles William L., 
solicitor, 14, Rodney Street, Pentonville. IV. 1853. 

James Tufton Bartlet (Bartlett), aged 14, son of James B., 
physician, 10, George Yard, Lombard St. VIII. 1851. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Sykes and Stock Exhibitioner, 
1853 ; Member's Prize, 1855 ; B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1859 ; Vicar of 
St. John's, Mansfield, Notts, 1858 ; Prebendary of Lincoln, 1876. 

Mar. 1. Charles Phillips, aged 9, son of Thomas P., plumber, Church 
Street, Hackney. I. 1849. 

June 8. George Adam Boys, aged 10, son of John B., Asylum Life 
Office ; 1, Lansdowne Place, Old Kent Road. II. 1851. 
„ 18. Herbert Gauntlett Panter, aged 8, son of F. D. P., clergy- 
man, Rushford, near Thetford, Norfolk. VII. 1855. 

Ensign, 1857 ; Lieutenant, 1859 ; Captain, 1861 ; Major, 1863 ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel 1873 ; to command 37th Regimental District, 
1881. 

July 5. Peter George Laurie, aged 9, son of John L., gentleman, 
1, Hyde Park Place. II. 1849. 

Samuel Robert Calthrop, Cajntanco. 

Admitted October 11, 1838. 

Sept. 8. Edward Sackville Smith, aged 11, son of John S., surgeon, 

1, South Place, Finsbury. III. 1852. 

Matthew Fortescue, aged 9, son of Matthew, F., barrister, 

28, Regents Square. VII. 1855. 

Entered service of Hudson's Bay Company; Factor at Rigolet, 
Labrador. 



316 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1847 

Admitted. 

Sept. 10. Edward Conrad Stokes, aged 10, son of Henry S., distiller, 
18, King Street, Snow Hill. IV. 1852. 

„ 22. Deighton Taylor, aged 11, son of George T., shipowner, 
1, Hammet Street, Minories. III. 1852. 

„ 29. Joe George Calthrop, aged 11, son of J. T. C, farmer, 
Deeping Fen, Lincolnshire. VIII. 1854. 

Admitted Solicitor, 1859 ; Sjjalding, Lincolnshire. 
Oct. 4. George William Butler, aged 8, son of Thomas B., secre- 
tary to the British Museum, 6, Cheyne Walk, Chel- 
sea. VIII. 1857. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, University College, Oxford ; Bible Clerk ; 
Second Class Classics, Mods. 1860 ; B.A. 1861 ; MA. 1864 ; Secre- 
tary Jewish Conv. Inst., 1872 ; Curate and Evening Lecturer at 
St. Katherine Cree with St. James-witbin-Aldgate ; Vicar of St. 
Thomas's English Church, Edinburgh, 1876 ; Kector of Broadmayne, 
Dorset ; author of The Booh of tlie Cfc7ierations of Jesus Christ. 

„ 7. Owen Sinclair Flintoff, aged 11, son of Owen F., barrister 
(deceased), Bath. VIII. 1854. 

Civil Engineer ; Natal. 

Charles Henry Broughton, aged 11, son of C. W. B., tailor, 

16, Southampton Street, Covent Garden. IV. 1853. 

„ 8. John James Alexander Crosthwaite, aged 13, son of J. C. C, 

clergyman, Eector of St. Mary-at-Hill, City. VI. 1851. 

See Merchant Taylors' Register, September, 1844 ; died young. 

„ 11. Harry Escombe, aged 9, son of Robert E., ship agent, 

5, Lindsey Row, Chelsea. VII. 1855. 

Merchant in Natal, and Member of the Legislature. 

„ 12. Count Thomas Banns, aged 9, son of WilUam B., laceman, 
60, St. Pauls Churchyard. II. 1852. 

„ 15. Richard Montague Cattermole, aged 13, son of Richard C, 
clergyman, 4, St. Martins Place. III. 1850. 

„ 17. Joseph Leycester Lyne, aged 9, son of Francis L., merchant, 

6, Hvmter Street, Brunswick Square. III. 1852. 
Trinity College, Glenalmond ; Ordained Deacon, 1860 ; Curate of 

Claydon, in Sufl'olk ; known as Father Ignatius of Llanthony Abbey, 
North Wales. 

Nov. 10. Frederick Judge, aged 9, son of George J., architect, 
26, Argyll Street, New Road. IV. 1854. 

Frederick Ashbournham Blunt, aged 9, son of William B., 
clergyman, Suffolk Lane. VI. 1854. 

„ 11. William Woolley King, aged 9, son of William K., solicitor, 
3, Park Crescent, Brixton. VI. 1854. 

John Wilkinson King, aged 8, son of William K., solicitor, 
3, Park Crescent, Brixton. VIII. 1858. 

„ 22. Oliver Edmund Slocock, aged 12, son of Edward S., gentle- 
man, 24, Smith Street, Chelsea. II. 1848. 
Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1857 ; M. A. 1860 ; A" icar of Green- 
ham, Berks. 

Charles Miller, aged 11, son of Robert M., barrister, 32, Essex 
Street, Temple. VII. 1855. 

Commission in North Lancashire Militia, 1855 ; subsequently Advo- 
cate of the High Court of Judicature, India ; Police Magistrate of the 
Northern Division, and Coroner of Calcutta ; Judge of the Court for 
the Trial of Pilots. 



1848] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 317 



1848 

Admitted. 

Jan. 21. John Shardon Heyman, aged 13, son of Henry S. 

Feb. 25. Edmund Fuller Griffin, aged 8, son of Edmund G., solicitor, 

Ilford, Essex. VIII. 1858. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; Lusby Scholar ; 

Second Class Classics, Mods. 1859 ; B.A. (Second Class Litt. Hum.), 

1861 ; called to the Bar (Lincoln's lun), 1865 ; Law Lecturer, King's 

College, London, 1879. 

„ 26. Archibald John Little, aged 9, son of William J. L., phy- 
sician, 10, Finsbury Square. VII. 1853. 
French Gymnasium, Berlin ; Merchant, Shanghai, China. 

Robert William Little, aged 8, son of William J. L., phy- 
sician, 10, Finsbury Square. VIII. 1858. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Oriel College, Oxford ; Robinson Exhibitioner, 
1858; B.A. (Third Class, Litt. Hum.), 1861; Merchant, Shanghai, 
China. 

Mar. 9. Walter Debenham Sweeting, aged 9, son of Alfred S., 
printer, 15, Bartletts Buildings. VIII. 1857. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; PeiTy Exhibi- 
tioner, 1858-61 ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1861 ; M.A. 1864; Second Master, 
King's School, Peterborough, 1861-75 ; Head Master, 1875-81 ; Rector 
of Maxey, Northants, 1881. 

Frederick William Madden, aged 9, son of Sir Frederick M., 
British Museum. III. 1851. 

Presented to Charterhouse School by H.R. H. Prince Albert. 

Apr. 18. Cornelius Winter Smith, aged 11, son of E. S., clergyman, 
22, Portland Place, Canonbury, Islington. V. 1851. 

Went to Victoria, Australia, 1854 ; Farmer ; died 1871. 

„ 24. Harry Paynter Evans, aged 9, son of R. D. E., surgeon, 
Hertford. VII. 1853. 

Cadetship to hidia ; Ensign (52nd Bengal Native Infantry), 1857 ; 
Lieutenant, 1868. 

June 21. Walter Henry Wolf, aged 9, son of T. W. W.; clergyman 
(deceased), 20, St. Martin's-le-Grand. ' III. 1852. 

„ 26. David John Dixon SafFord, aged 10, son of James Cutting S., 
clergyman, Mettingham, Suffolk. VI. 1854. 

Ensign, 97th Regiment, 1854 ; served in the Crimea and throughout 
the suppression of the Mutiny in India ; Lieutenant 1855 ; Captain, 
1866 ; Major, 1877. 

James Dukant Kingdon, Capitaneo. 

Admitted June 20, 1840. 

Sept. 8. Gregory W^illiam Eccles, aged 10, son of Gregory E., 
surgeon (deceased), 35, Charter House Sq. VIII. 1856. 
London University ; Matriculated, Honours, 1857 ; Clerk in Sec- 
retary's Office, British Museum, 1857. 

„ 9. Henry James Matthew, aged 11, son of David M., grocer, 
Cambridge. VIII. 1855. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1858-59; B.A. (Second Class Classics), 1859; M.A. 1862; 
Chaplain in India (Fort William), 1866 ; Archdeacon of Lahore, 1877. 



318 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1848 

Adtnittcd. 

Sept. 11. William Pugh, aged 10, son of Cornelius P., tea merchant, 

9, Philpot Lane. IV. 18-52. 

„ 12. Charles Edward Keen, aged 10, son of William K., banker 

(deceased), Water Lane, Tower Street. III. 18-52. 

„ 18. Willoughby Methold Porter, aged 10, son of Thomas P., 

surgeon, 32, Euston Square. VII. 1855. 

Clerkship in the Master's Office, Court of Common Pleas, 1855. 

„ 26. Ebenezer Smith, aged 16, son of Ebenezer S., clergyman, 

16, Tibberton Square, Lower Islington. VII. 1850. 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, Exliibitioner ; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1867; 

Vicar of Chapel-le-Dale, Lancashire, 1857-75 ; Vicar of Higher 

Sutton, Cheshire, 1875, and Surrogate. 

Joseph Barber Smith, aged 14, son of Ebenezer S., clergy- 
man, 16, Tibberton Square, Lower Islington. VI. 1851. 
Magdalen Hall, 1854 ; no degi-ee ; Lay Reader under the Bishop of 
Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. 

Oct. 2. Joseph Quinlan, aged 10, son of Joseph Q., 6, John 
Street, Minories. IV. 1852. 

Chemist and Druggist. 

„ 3. William Cosmo Monkhouse, aged 8, son of C. J. M., solicitor. 
Craven Street, Strand. VIII. 1857. 

Clerk in the Board of Trade ; author of several novels, &c. 

„ 4. Paul Whalley, aged 9, son of George B. W., Captain in 
Army, Birdlip, Painswick, Gloucester. VIII. 1857. 

Campden Exhibitionei', Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1860-61 ; B.A. (Second Class Classics), 1861 ; M.A. 1864 ; 
Indian Civil Service, 1860 ; Secretary to the Government (Home 
Department), India. 

„ 9. Edmund Ward Oliver, aged 10, son of Thomas 0., solicitor. 
West Ham, Essex. VII 1855. 

Solicitor, admitted 1863 ; practising in London. 

Lloyd Cosmo Williams, aged 11, son of Alfred W., clergy- 
man, Notting Hill. VIII. 1855. 
Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1860 ; 
Curate of Culmington, Salop, 1860 ; died «>c« 1879. 

William Castle Turner, aged 8, son of William H, T., 
surgeon, Bermondsey Square. I. 1849. 

Arthur Charles WTiitley, aged 9, son of Edward W., 
clergyman. Ironmongers Almshouses, Kingsland 
Row. VIIL 1857. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Sykes 
F.xhibitioner, 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1865; Head Master of 
Southwell Grammar School, 1873, of St. Martin's Grammar School, 
Scarborough, 1878, of Northwich Grammar School, 1882. 

■ „ 17. Walter Meredith Deane, aged 8, son of John B. D., clergy- 
man. Second Master of Merchant Taylors School; 
Finsbury Circus. VIIL 1859. 

From Merchant Taylors' School (July, 1847) ; Campden Exhibi- 
tioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1866 ; Hong 
Kong Civil Service, 1862 ; Captain-Superintendent of the Police, 
Hong Kong, 1866. 

Nov. 2. John Bell Fancourt, aged 11, son of E. W. F., artist, 
Hoxton Square. II. 1849. 



1 849] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 319 



1849 

Admilted. 

Jan. 18. George Henry Creswell Cooper, aged 8, son of G. L. C, 
surgeon, 35, Keppel Street, Russell Square. V. 1857, 
M.R.C.S. England, 1864; F.R.C.S. Edinburgli, 1874. 

Feb. 17. Edward Basset Key, aged 9, son of J, E. K., solicitor, 
Holbeach, Lincolnshire. VIII. 1859. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford ; no degree ; Island 
Curate in Jamaica, West Indies. 

Apr. 5. Henry John Villiers Surtees, aged 10, son of S. V. S., late 
Chief Justice of Mauritius. II. 1850. 

May 2. Tansley Witt, aged 10, son of Charles W., surgeon, 30, 
Spring Gardens. VII. 1853. 

Law and Mercantile Accountant. 

„ 7. Phihp Augustus Eagles, aged 11, son of W. B. E., gentle- 
man, 31, Tavistock Place. V. 1854. 
June 4. Henry James Holmested, aged 10, son of A. H., solicitor, 
44, Great Ormond Street. III. 1852. 

„ 11. Wheldon Hepworth, aged 10, son of Thomas H., solicitor, 

1, Rayner Place, Chelsea. VI. 1855. 

Henry Clarke Monkhouse, Gapitaneo. 

Admitted October 10, 1840. 

Sept. 15. Theodore Nevins Flintoff, aged 12, son of O. F., barrister, 

2, Upper Belmont Place, Wandsworth Ed. VIII. 1856. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. Third 
Class Classics, 1860; M. A. 1863; Chaplain and Manager, Woodbury- 
Hill Reformatory, and Rector of Shelsley- Walsh, Worcestershire, 
1864. 

„ 18. Walter John Lawrance, aged 9, son of Edward L., solicitor, 
14, Grove Terrace, Kentish Town. VIII. 1858. 

Captain, 1857-58 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1860-62 ; B.A. (Second Class Classics), 
1862 ; M.-A. 1865 ; Rector of St. Alban's, Herts, 1868 ; Archdeacon 
of St. Alban's, 1883. 

„ 21. Herbert Arthur Safford, aged 11, son of James S., clerk in 
Stamp Office, Finchley Common. IV. 1852. 

Accountant-General's Department, Inland Revenue, 1852 ; Bow- 
Street Police Court, 1856 ; Chief Clerk of South wark Police Court, 
1866 ; Member of the Council of the Social Science Association. 

„ 26. Ware Plumtree Austin, aged 7, son of W. S. A., clergyman, 
St. Olaves Vicarage, Old Jewry. Ill 1853. 

Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, South Canara, 
Madras. 

„ 27. Henry Rushton, aged 9, son of M. R., banker, 19, Spring 

Gardens. VII. 1857. 

Oct. 9. Henry Lardner Barker, aged 11, son of Edgar B., surgeon, 

40, Edgware Road. III. 1852. 

„ 10. Cyril Mortimer Murray Rawlins, aged 11, son of R. R., 

clergyman, 1, Bloomsbury Square. VII. 1854. 

Solicitor, admitted 1859 ; practising in London. 



320 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1849 

Admitted. 

Oct. 10. James Smith Gumming, aged 11, son of R. C, solicitor, 

6, Compton Terrace, Islington. IV. 1853. 

Wilmer Neville Thompson, aged 10, son of Thomas T., 

wine merchant, 56, Coleman Street. III. 1854. 

„ 11. Henry Joseph Greenhill, aged 10, son of Joseph G., clerk to 

the Stationers Company, Stationers Hall. VIII. 1857. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Oxford ; B.A. (Third Class 
Law and Modern History), 1861 ; M.A. 1868 ; Curate of South 
Moreton, 1870. 

„ 14. Gordon Cumming, aged 10, son of R. C, solicitor, 
6, Compton Terrace, Islington. VII. 1857. 

„ 16. Mark Wetherby Ker, aged 11, son of William K., clergy- 
man, Tipton, Stafford. III. 1852. 

Eemoved to Bromsgrove School ; Civil Service, 18.')7 ; Clerk in 
General Post Office (Accountant General's Office). 

Nov. 1. Louis Stromeyer Little, aged 8, son of \V. J. L., physician, 
10, Finsbury Square. V. 1853. 

London University ; Honours, First B.A. 1860 ; London Hospital ; 
M.D. (University of Kiel); M.R.C.S. ; F.R.C.S. ; Surgeon to the 
General Hospital, Shanghai, China. 

„ 2. Yvon Richard Eccles, aged 8, son of WiUiam E., surgeon, 
35, Charter House Square. V. 1856. 

Clerk in Scottish Amicable Insurance Company. 

William John Winsor, aged 10, son of John C, cabinet 

maker, 1, Liddlington Place, Camden Town. IV. 1854. 

Dec. 8. Horace Winbolt, aged 11, son of H. W., clergyman, 

missionary at Beyrout. VI. 1854. 



1850 

Jan. 17. William James Heaviside, aged 9, son of J. W. L. H., 
clergyman, E. I. College, Hertford. VII. 1856. 

Addiscombe College ; Lieutenant, Bengal Engineers, 1859 ; Captain, 
Royal Engineers, 1871 ; Major, 1881 ; on the Trigonometrical Survey 
of India. 

„ 29. Francis Whyley, aged 11, son of G. E., clergyman, vicar 
of Eaton Bray, Dunstable. VIII. 1856. 

Captain, 1855-56 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1858-60 ; B.A. (Third Class Classics), 
1860 ; M.A. 1876 ; Vicar of St. James's, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, 
1868 ; A' icar of Alton, Hants, 1881. 

Feb. 18. John Edward Kerr, aged 10, son of John K., clergyman 
(deceased), Soley Terrace, Pentonville. V. 1855. 

Mar. 11. Roderick Oliver, aged 8, son of Thomas O., solicitor, West 
Ham, Essex. VIII. 1860. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford ; B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. ; Solicitor, admitted 1868, practising in London. 

„ 14. George Harris, aged 10, son of William H., surgeon. 
Worthing, Sussex. VIIL 1858. 

Woolwich Academy ; Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, 1859 ; Captain, 
1873 ; Major, 1881 ; Secretary of School of Military Engineering, 
Chatham. 



1850] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 321 

Admitted. 

May 4. Henry Lacy Taverner, aged 8, son of Edward T., attorney, 

Church Street, Stoke Newington. VIII. 1860. 

Cajitain, 1859-60 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Balliol College, Oxford ; 

died at College. 

George Augustus Mayo How, aged 9, son of Augustus G. H., 
clergyman, vicaj- of Bromley St. Leonard. VIII. 1859. 

Captain, 1858-59 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Brasenose College, Oxford ; 
Scholar, 1859 ; Third Class Classics, Moderations, 1861 ; Hulnieian 
Exhibitioner, 1861; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1866; Vicar of St. Gabriel, 
Bromlej', 1867-72 ; Vicar of Bromley St. Leonard, 1872. 

„ 9. Francis Everett Whalley, aged 8, son of George Briscoe W., 

Captain in Army, Birdlip, Painswick, Gloster. VI. 1856. 

June 3. Frederick Earles, aged 8, son of Edward E., collector, 

6, King Street, Finsbury Square. I. 1852. 

July 1. Joseph James Henry Bartlett, aged 10, son of William B., 

surgeon, 19, Notting Hill TeiTace, Bayswater. IV. 1856. 

University College Hospital; M.R.C.S. England, 1862; L.R.C.P. 

Londou, 1863 ; L.S.A. 1863. 

Samuel Lobe, Capitaneo. 

Admitted March 25, 1810. 

July 21. Charles Edward Delafosse, aged 11. III. 1851. 

He was returned "absent" in December, 1850, and each succes- 
sive return till March, 1851, when he left from ill-health ; his 
name does not appear to have been entered in the Kegisters at Mercers' 
Hall. 

Sept. 24. Luke Miller, aged 10, son of L. M., 14, Spring Street, 

Sussex Gardens. V. 1855. 

„ 30. Alfred Witt, aged 9, son of Charles W., surgeon, 30, Spring 

Gardens. IV. 1854. 

Estate Manager, Port Curtis, Queensland, Australia ; J. P. 

Oct. 1. Edmund Escombe, aged 8, son of E. E., ship agent, 
5, Lindsey Row, Chelsea. IV. 1856. 

„ 10. Donald Wayte Ramsey (Ramsay), aged 14, son of J. A. R., 
surgeon, Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire. II. 1851. 

Robert Joseph Crosthwaite, aged 9, son of John C., clergy- 
man, rector of St. Mary at Hill, City. III. 1852. 

Removed to Merchant Taylors' School, January, 1852 ; Brasenose 
College, Oxford (Scholar), 1859 ; Pusey and Ellerton Scholar (Hebrew), 
1860 ; Hulmeian Exhibitioner, 1862 ; B.A. 1863 ; Indian Civil Service, 
1862 ; Registrar ol the High Court of Judicature, North-west Provinces, 
India, 1878. 

„ 14. John Hai'dwicke Davis, aged 9, son of J. D., clergyman, 
Lewisham Hill, Blackheath. VIII. 1860. 

Alban Hall, Oxford ; Curate of the Cathedral District, Manchester, 
1876. 

William Trenchard Nicholas, aged 9, son of G. N., wine 
merchant, 2, Upper Fitzroy Street. III. 1852. 

„ 16. Henry Fothergill Whittington, aged 9, son of B. W., solicitor, 
Finsbury Square. VIII. 1860. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Clare College, Cambridge iJ3. A. (Third Class 
Classics), 1864; M.A. 1867; Curate of St. \TOfrid's, Hayward'3 
Heath, 1871 ; Minister of Durban, Natal. 



322 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1850 

Admittfd. 

Oct. 17. Charles James Fox, aged 10, son of L. O. F., surgeon, 
Bi'oughton, Stockbridge, Hants. V. 1855. 

Queens' College, Birmingbnm ; Vicar of Little Eaton, Derby ; 
Curate of Bloxwich, StafibrJshire. 

„ 18. Lle\Yelyn Francis Heaton, aged 10, son of John H., gentle- 
man, Plas Heaton, Wales. III. 1854. 

„ 19. Frederic Augustus Hand, aged 11, son of T. J. H., solicitor, 
St. Peters Square, Hammersmith. VIII. 1858. 

Elected to Campden Exhibition, but did not proceed to Univer- 
sity ; Royal Military Academy, "Woolwich. 

Thomas Miller, aged 11, son of John M., clergyman, 
Kilrea, Ireland. VIII. 1857. 

Captain, 1856-57 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1860-62; Scholar, I86O"; B.A. (ninth in 
Fir-st Class Classics), 1862 ; Fellow of Queens' College, 1863 ; Assistant 
Master, Uppingham School ; Senior Assistant Master, University 
College School, London ; Head Master of Grammar School, Christ 
Church, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Francis Drake Young, aged 12, son of Thomas Drake Y., 
clergyman, Sutton Bridge, Wisbeach, Lincolnshire. 

VII. 1856. 

St. Bees College, Cumberland ; Curate of Howden, Yorkshire, 
1870-74. 

Dec. 2. Samuel Mason, a^ed 9, son of Samuel M., physician, 
1, York Place, City Eoad. VI. 1858. 

M.R.C.S. 1862; F.R.C.S. 1878; L.F.P.S. Glasgow, 1865; 
L.S.A.S. 1865. 

„ 3. Samuel Wetherfield, aged 8, son of John W., surgeon, 
Southampton Street, Strand. VIII. 1861. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Magdalen Hall ; Bible Clerk, AH Souls' 
College, Oxford, 1862 ; Third Class Classics, Moderations, 1863 ; 
B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1872 ; Curate of Great Ilford, Essex, 1877. 

„ 11. Francis John Ramsbotham, aged 8, son of F. H.R., physician, 
New Broad Street. VIII. 1861. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Caius College, Cambridge ; died 1882. 
„ l-t. Charles Stevens, aged 12, son of Thomas S., Arabella Row, 
Grosvenor Place. III. 1854. 



1851 

Jan. 14. Thomas Douglas Murray, aged 9, son of Thomas M., 
clergyman, 30, Brunswick Square. V. 1854. 

Removed to Rugby School : Exeter College, Oxford ; B.A. ; called 
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1866. 

Feb. 11. William Henry Craven, aged 11, son of Thomas C, sugar 

refiner, Hackney. VII. 1856. 

„ 28. Augustus Adolphus Lyne, aged 10, son of F. L., merchant. 

Hunter Street, Brunswick Square. IV. 1856. 

Royal Navy ; afterwards to Chichf-ster Theological College, 1873 ; 
Curate of St. Lawrence, Thanet, 1876 ; author of A Midshipman's 
Trip to Jerumlcm, Cruises in Syria. 



1851] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 323 

Admitted. 

Mar. 3. Osborne Charles Vyse Aldis, aged 8, son of Charles J. A., 
physician, Chester Place, Chester Square. VIII. 1861. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1865 ; 
Benefactor of Milton Library, St. Paul's School. 

„ 14. Montague Clementi Smith, aged 11, son of John S., 
clergyman, Mercers School. III. 1851. 

Dropped the name Smith ; Ensign, 1858 ; Lieutenant, 1858 ; 
Captain, 1870 ; Deputy-Judge-Advooate, Bengal Presidency, as 
Clementi. 

Apr. 4. John Walter Spurling, aged 10, son of John S., clerk, 
New River Company's Office, 38, Park Street, 
Islington. VIII. 1859. 

Campden E.xhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1861-63 ; Scholar, 1862 ; B.A. (First Class Classics), 1863; 
M.A. 1866 ; Assistant Master, Wellington College, 1863 ; Crowthorne 
Preparatory School, 1867. 

May 20. Theophilus Lobb, aged 8, son of Ellis G. L., hosier, 
148, Cheapside. VI. 1859. 

East Indian Civil Engineer, 1867 ; Assistant Engineer, Hyderabad. 

June 19. Charles Thomas Burgess, aged 8, son of W. B., gutta 
percha merchant, 103, Newgate Street. IV. 1856. 



Robert Nicholas Sanderson, Capitaneo. 

Admitt-ed October 21, 1843. 

July 16. Ralph Compton, aged 10, son of R. C, solicitor, 25, Avenue 
Road, Regents'Park. VII. 1857. 

Sept. 2. John Hamilton Craigie, aged 8, son of John C, dentist, 
Finsbury. II. 1853. 

Removed to Eton ; subsequently at London Hospital ; Dental 
Surgeon; M.K.C.S. 1864; Fellow of Medical Society, London. 

„ 23. Frederic McKenzie Williams, aged 11, son of Alfred W., 
clergyman, Upper Avenue Rd., Regents Pk. VIII. 1858. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge : Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1859-62 ; B.A. (Senior Op. and Third Class Classics), 1862 ; 
M.A. 1866 ; Curate of Culmington, Salop, 1862. 

„ 26. William Berkely, aged 7, son of G. B. B., gentleman farmer, 
Chingford Hatch, Woodford. I. 1855. 

„ 27. Charles Thomas Lane, aged 11, son of Charlton L., clergy- 
man, Kennington Oval. VIII. 1856. 

Solicitor, admitted 1862 ; Solicitor to the Mercers' Company. 

„ 30. John Goldicut Turner, aged 10, son of John T., architect, 
4, Lower Belgrave Street. VII. 1859. 

Architect and Surveyor ; F.R.LB.A. 1874. 

Oct. 4. Alexander Hamilton Miller, aged 9, son of John H. M., 

clergyman, Kilrea, Ireland. VI. 1855. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; First Honours in Classics, 1860 ; i)assed 

Indian Civil Service, 1863, but disqualified medically ; College of 

Surgeons, Dublin ; M.B. (Glasgow), 1865 ; Army Surgeon, 1866 ; 
Residency Surgeon, Baroda, 1872 ; died 1872. 

Y 2 



324 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1851 

Admitted. 

Oct. 4. Henry Day French(e), aged 9, son of Henry F., surgeon, 
2, Lansdowne Place, New Cross. I. 1852. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Exhibitioner; B. A. (Junior Op.), 
1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of St. Peter, Maidstone, Kent. 

„ G. Frederic Burgess Smith, aged 10, son of Henry S., clerk in 

Ordnance Office, Elm Grove, Peckham. VIII. 1858. 

Merchant, Hong Kong. 
„ 7. Samuel Alexander Walker, aged 10, son of William W., 
artist, 6-i, Margaret Street, Cavendish Sq. IV. 1856. 

Art photogi'apher, London. 

Richard Joseph Wood, aged 9, son of Henry W., accountant, 

I, Grenville Street, Brunswick Square. VIII. 1860. 

Clerk in the Admiralty, retired. 

„ 14. FrancisConingsbyHannam Clarke, aged 9, son of Francis C, 
merchant (deceased), Mornington Crescent, Hampstead 
Road. VII. 1857. 

Addiscombe College ; Lieutenant in Bombay Artillery, 1859 ; Staff 
College (1st), 1868 ; Captain, 1871 ; Major, 1878 ; D.A.Q.G. at head- 
quarters, 1872-80; C.M.G. ; Professor of Stall' EKities, Staff College, 
Sandhurst, 1881. 

Nov. 26. Edward Jesson Magrath, aged 10, son of William M., ware- 
houseman, Albion Road, Stoke Newington. VI. 1859. 

Died shortly after his withdrawal. 

„ 29. Cheslyn Abney Blyth, aged 10, son of G. B., clergyman, 
Beverley, Yorks. VIII. 1859. 

Captain, July — September, 1859 ; Ensign, 2nd (Queen's) Regiment, 
Infantry ; rose to rank of Captain ; Governor of Prison, Reading, 
Berks. 

1852 

Feb. 2. Albert Birmingham Miller, aged 10, son of R. M., serjeant- 
at-law, Essex Street, Strand. VIII. 1859. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. ; called 
to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1866; Official Assignee of the Court 
for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, Calcutta. 

George Farley Hallett, aged 11, son of T. P. L. H., barrister, 

31, Bedford Place, Russell Square. II. 1852. 

„ 20. John Borlase Childs, aged 9, son of G. B. C, surgeon, 

II, Finsbury Place South. II. 1853. 

Drowned wliile bathing in the Midsummer holidays. 

„ 23. Edward George Greenhill, aged 8, son of Joseph G., clerk 
to Stationers Company, Stationers Hall. VII. 1860. 

Went to Assam. 

Mar. 2. Albert Edward Lucas, aged 10, son of John L., chemist, 

Cheapside. VII. 1860. 

„ 4. Charles John Ridgeway, aged 10, son of J. R., clergyman, 

Penge. VIII. 1860. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity' College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1861-63 ; B.A. 1863 ; Voluntary Theological Examination, Second 
Class, 1865 ; Vicar of Holy Trinity, North Malvern, 1868-75 ; Rector 
of Buckhurst Hill, Essex, 1875-81 ; Incumbent of St. Paul's, Edin- 
burgh, IS '51. 



1852] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 325 

Admitted. 

Mar. 6. Henry Boyles Murray, aged 9, son of Thomas M., clergy- 
man, 30, Brunswick Square. 

Apr. 5. Langdon Hawes, aged 9, son of James H., hosier, 
Poultry. VJII. 1861. 

C'ainpden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, CaniLridge ; B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. 1868 ; Vic*!' of St. Paul's, Sheerness, 1881. 

„ 8. Hardinge Wilham Browne, aged 11, son of R. W. B., 

clergyman, 1, Westbourne Street, Hyde Park 

Gardens. VIII. 1858. 

Sandhurst IMilitary College ; AVoohvich Academy : Lieutenant R. A. ; 
Captain R.H.A. ; died 1874. 

„ 20. Alfred Hutchison (Hutchinson) Smee, aged 10, son of 
Alfred S., surgeon, 7, Finsbury Circus. VI. 1860. 

Christ Church, Oxford ; M.E.C.S. 1866 ; F.C.S. ; author of a 
paper on The Artificial Formation of Fibrine from Albumen, in the 
Proceedings Royal Society. 

„ 26. Mark William Rookesby Rushton, aged 8, son of Mark R., 
banker, 19, of the Spring Gardens. VIII. 1861. 

Ensign, 34th Regiment, 1866 ; transferred to Commissariat Depart- 
ment, 1867 ; retired Deputy Commissary, 1880. 

May 1. Frederic Brisbane Butler, aged 11, son of D. B., clergy- 
man, master of Clergy Orphan School, St. Johns 
Wood. VII. 1855. 

Removed to King's School, Canterbury ; Scholar of Merton College, 
Oxford, 1859; B.A. (Second Class Litt. Hum.), 1863 ; M.A. 1866 ; 
Assistant Master, Haileybury College, 1868 ; in Orders ; died Easter, 
1883. 

„ 14. Arthur F. Laughton, aged 11, son of Richard L., surgeon, 
62, Liucolns Inn Fields. VII. 1856. 

18th Madra.s N.I. Ensign, 1857; Lieutenant, 1858 ; Captain, 1869 ; 
transferred to Commissariat Department ; Major ; Sub-Assistant- 
Commissary-General. 

June 9. George Maud Gibbons, aged 10, son of Thomas G., outfitter, 
East Smithfield. II. 1854. 

„ 23. Charles Edwin Roberts, aged 9, son of Charles C. R., clergy- 
man, St. Raids School. VIII. 1861. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 

John Kempthorne, Capitaneo. 

Admitted November 30, 1846. 

Sept. 3. Thomas Frederic Howard, aged 11, son of Thomas H., 
gentleman, Grantchester, Cambridge. VI. 1856. 

Merchant at Deuia in Spain. 

Hugh Lloyd Roberts, aged 11, son of Thomas R. R., gentle- 
man, St. Asaph, Wales. HI. 1855. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1866 ; Poor Law Auditor, 1879. 
Oct. 1. George Hamilton Heaviside, aged 9, son of J. W. H., clergy- 
man, E. I. College, Hertford. V. 1858. 

Cornet (Queen's Bays), 1859 ; Lieutenant, 1862 ; Captain (Innis- 
killings), 1872 ; Aide-dc-Camp to Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, 1874 ; 
half-pay, 1876. 



326 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1852 

AdmUtcd. 

Oct 5. Bryan Meyrick King, aged 9, son of B. K., clergyman, 
rector of St. Georges-in-the-East. VII. 1861. 

Rector of Greenhough, Diocese of Perth, Western Australia. 

Thomas Davies Luard, aged 15, son of T. W. L., Colonel of 
Artillery, 61, Harley Street. VIII. 1854. 

King's College, London ; Ordained at St. Paul's Cathedral, Canada 
West, and died seven days after his Ordination, 1863 ; monument in 
the Cathedral. 

William Satterly Lord, aged 11, son of W. H. L., clergyman, 
rector of Northiam, Sussex. VIII. 1860. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1873 ; 
Attorney-General for Griqua Land, (resigned). 

„ 7. Francis Mantell Adams, aged 11, son of John A., surgeon, 
4, St. Helens Place. VIII. 1860. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Sidney-Sussex College, Cambridge ; Minor 
Scholar ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1864 ; called to the Bai- (Middle Temple), 
1867. 

„ 11. Thomas William Willan, aged 13, son of D. W., Captain of 

Artillery, 6, Queens Terrace, Hammersmith. II. 1854. 

Charles Lewis R. J. Willan, aged 12, son of D. W., Captain 

of Artillery, 6, Queens Terrace, Hammersmith. II. 1854. 

„ 15. Francis George Howard, aged 8, son of Thomas H., gentle- 
man, Grantchester, Cambridge. VIII. 1862. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1863-66 ; B.A. (26th Wrangler), 1866 ; M.A. 1869 ; Chaplain 
of Trinity, 1873 ; Censor of Non-Collegiate Students, 1881. 

Cecil Clementi Smith, aged 11, son of John S., clergyman. 

Mercers School. VIII. 1859. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Stock 
Exhibitioner, 1859 ; B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1868 ; Hong Kong Civil Service, 
1862 ; Colonial Secretary, Straits Settlements, 1878 ; C.M.G. 1880. 

„ 16. John Francis Pullen, aged 10, son of John P., solicitor, 
4, Powis Place, Queens Square, Bloomsbury. VI. 1859. 

„ 27. Herbert Trist Cooper, aged 11, son of James C, clergyman, 
St. Pauls School. 

Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; Commission in the 12th (Suffolk) 
Regiment ; served in the New Zealand War, also in Australia and 
India ; rose to the rank of Captain ; died at the Curragh, July 3, 
1874. 

, 30. Risdon Darracott Bennett, aged 10, son of James R. B., 
physician, Finsbury Square. VIII. 1861. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; Minor Scholar ; 
B.A. (Second Class Classics), 1865 ; Law Studentship, 1869 ; called 
to the Bar, 1865 ; died 1872. 

Nov. 4. John Henry Ion, aged 9, son of John Henry I., wine 

merchant, 4, Albion Place, Hyde Park Sq. VI. 1860. 

„ 22. Herbert George Thomas Packer, aged 7, son of John G. P., 

clergyman, St. Peters Vicarage, Hackney. V. 1860. 

George Nathaniel Bean St. Leger, aged 10, son of Robert 

St. L., gentleman, 11, Tottenham Grove, Southgate 

Road, West Hackney. II. 1855. 

„ 23. Richard Gardner, aged 11, son of R. J. G., merchant, Grove 

Lane, Camberwcll. V. 1857. 



1852] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 327 

Admitted. 

Nov. 29. Henry Hill, aged 10, son of Henry H., solicitor, 4, Villas, 
Manor Road, Upper Holloway. IV. 1858. 

Merchant, formerly of Jamaica. 



1853 

Feb. 15. Edward William Hill, aged 8, son of Henry H., solicitor, 
Norfolk House, Avenue Road, Regents Park. V. 1859. 
„ 21. John Sabiue, aged 10, son of George S., agent for Tract 
Society, 18, River Street, Middleton Square, Isling- 
ton. IV. 1859. 
Mar. 11. William Howels Key, aged 10, son of Edward K., solicitor, 
Holbeach, Lincolnshire. III. 1856. 
„ 23. Henry Turing Mackenzie, aged 9, son of H. M., clergyman, 
St. Martins-in-the-Fields. VIII. 1861. 

Mercliant, formerly of Bataviu, Java, 1861-69 ; Bombay, 1871-79. 

„ 25. Frank Colebrooke Wilhsford, aged 12, son of T. W. W., 
surgeon, 10, Rodney Street, Rentonville. III. 1855. 

June 1. Dorset Eccles, aged 10, son of W. E., surgeon, 35, Charter- 
house Square. VIII. 1860. 

British Museum, 1860. 

„ 11. John Alfred Stocken, aged 11, son of Charles S., stationer, 
53, Quadrant. VI. 1857. 

stockbroker. 

„ 21. Peter Benson Maxwell, aged 9, son of P. B. M., barrister, 
9, Ashley Place, Victoria Street, Westminster. IV. 1856. 

Registrar and Stipendiary Magistrate, Penang ; Stipendiary Magis- 
trate, Demerara, 1869-76 ; Stipendiary Magistrate and Sheriii' of 
Berbice, British Guiana, 1876 ; died 1878. 

George Herbert Whidborne, aged 10, son of G. F. W., 
physician, 60, Gower Street. VI. 1860. 

M.E.C.S. 1864 ; Middlesex llo;~pital, and Paris ; formerly Sui'geon 
in P. and 0. service ; practising at Tojjbham, Devon. 

„ 22. Henry Thorpe Morice, aged 11, son of R. W. M., clergyman, 
Hoddesdon, Herts. IV. 1855. 

Clerk in Bank of England, 1856 -67 ; Jesus College, Cambridge, 
1867 ; no degree. 

HOLLINGWORTH TuLLY KiNGDON, Capitaneo. 

Admitted Januanj 21, 1845. 

July 18. Alfred Finucane McCarthy, aged 10, son of J. M. McC, 
clergyman, 66, Myddleton Square. VIII. 1860. 

From Merchant Taylors' School (Llarch, 1851) ; joined the Garil>aldiau 
Legion in 1860 ; was reported mortally wounded before Gaeta, but 
recovered and received a pension from the Italian Government ; subse- 
quently died in Australia, 1873. 

Sept. 26. Robert Magrath Johns, aged 11, son of T, C. J., printer, 
33, York Place, Islington. VI. 1857. 

Clerk in office of the Charity Commissioners ; called to the Bar 
(Middle Temple), 1876. 



328 SCHOLAllS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1853 

Admitted. 

Sept. 26. William Page Howard, aged 11, son of Thomas H., gentle- 
man, Grantchester, Cambs. VIII. 1860. 
Elected Minor Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1860, and 
Campden Exhibitioner ; but died before beginning residence, January, 
1862. 

Oct. 18. Charles Herbert Reid, aged 9, son of Charles B. R., clergy- 
man, 33, Castelnau Villas, Barnes. III. 1857. 

Eemoved to Marlborough College. 

WiUiam Bramston, aged 12, son of William B., gentleman, 
9, Bloomfield Terrace. VIII. I860. 

King's College, London, and Peterhouse, Cambridge ; B.A. 1864 ; 
Voluntary Theological Examination, Second Class, 1864 ; M.A. 18&8 ; 
Vicar of Minster in Sheppey, 1880. 

Francis Thomas Bramston, aged 11, son of William B., 
gentleman, 9, Bloomfield Terrace. VIII. 1861. 

Campden Exhibitioner ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. 1871 ; Curate of Layham, Suffolk, 1865. 

Edward Younge, aged 9, son of Edward Y., barrister, Upper 

Grove Lane, Camberwell. IV. 1858. 

„ 20. William Frederic Henry Garratt, aged 11, son of William G., 

clergyman, St. John's, Fulham. V. 1857. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1868 ; in Orders. 

Henry Fawkes, aged 11, son of A. F., clergyman, Leathley, 

Otley, Yorks. III. 1854. 

Died in the School. 

,, 21. Henry John Robinson, aged 11, son of Thomas T. R., 
solicitor, 22, York Road, Brighton. VII. 1859. 

Nov. 24. Cecil Robert Knapton, aged 14, son of Henry K., gentle- 
man, Albion Road West, Stoke Newington. VII. 1855. 

Died in the School, June 3, 1855. 

., 28. John Henry Bryant, aged 10, son of W. John B., surgeon, 
7, Bathurst Street, Hyde Park Gardens. II. 1854. 

1854 

Jan. 17. Charles Henry Dunster, aged 9, son of John D., clerk 
in Stamp Office, 2, Moor Street, Chelsea. II. 1856. 

Feb. 25. Alfred William South, aged 11, son of Robert S., clergyman, 
13, King Edward Street. VIII. 1861. 

Captain, 1860-61 ; Campden Exliibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Peny Exhibitioner, 1862-65 ; B.A. (Second Class Classics), 
1865 ; M.A. 1868 ; Second JIaster, Doncaster School ; Assistant 
Master, Dulwich College (Upper School), 1870-75 ; Second Jlaster, 
Church of England Grammar School, Melbourne, Australia, 1876-81. 
„ 27. Arthur Black, aged 9, son of Patrick B., physician, 
St. Bartholomews Hospital. VIII. 1863. 

Captain, 1862-63 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ Church, Oxford ; 
Junior Studetit ; First Class Classics, ]\Ioderations, 1865 ; B.A. (Third 
Class Litt. Hum.), 1S67 ; M.A. ; Solicitor, admitted 1871 ; jiractising 
in London. 

Mar. 2. Edward John Henry Eldred, aged 9, son of Edward E., 
barrister, East End, Finchley. VI. 1862. 

Clerk in National Provincial I5ank ; Cashier (Pamsgatc'l, 1867. 



1 854] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 329 

Admittsd. 

Mar. 2. John Camden Mortimer, aged 9, son of G. F. M., clergyman, 
72, Eccleston Square. III. 1857. 

Architect (Loudon). 

Thomas Burnet Hayward, aged 11, son of Thomas H., 
80, Guildford Street, Russell Square. III. 1856. 

„ 3. Edward Dix, aged 12, son of Thomas D., bookseller, 
10, Amwell Street, Claremont Square. I. 1855. 

„ 9. Cecil William Sawyer Marshall, aged 9, son of Augustus M., 
31, Surrey Street, Strand. VII. 18G3. 

Clerk in Barclay's Bank. 

,, 10. Joseph Robert Lambert, aged 10, son of Robert L., artist, 
Leigh, Cheadle, Staff. I. 1854. 

„ 15. Arthur Gardiner Butler, aged 9, son of Thomas B., 
secretary to British Museum, G, Cheyne Walk, 
Chelsea. VI. 1861. 

Bronze Medallist, Science and Art Scliools, South Kensington, 1863 ; 
F.L.S. ; F.Z.S. ; British Museum, 1864 ; Senior Assistant, Upper 
Section, Zoological Department, 1875. 

„ 16. Charles Stewart, aged 9, son of John S., woollen draper, 
68, Cheapside. VIII. 1864. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1868 ; M.A. 1875 ; 
M.S. A. London ; Membre de 1' Academic Nationale, France ; author of 

International Correspondence by Means of Numbers. 

May 18. Walter Wolff Grove Worthington, aged 10, son of — , 

clergyman, 27, John Street, Bedford Row. VIII. 1862. 

Clerk in the Bank of England. 

„ 16. Horace John Moore Pugh, aged 9, son of John P., silk 

mercer, 163, Regent Street. V. 1858. 

R.N. Lieutenant, 1868. 

„ 19. Richard Harris, aged 10, son of R. W. H., surgeon, 
43, Gower Street. VII. 1860. 

Solicitor, admitted 1866 ; practising in London. 

„ 23. St. Vincent Nepean, aged 9, son of Evan N., clergyman, 
21, Bolles Street, Piccadilly. V. 1857. 

E.N. Slib-Lieutenant, 1864 ; Lieutenant, 1866 ; retired as Com- 
mander ; Adjutant to R.N. Artillery Volunteers, London ; Lispector 
of Life Boats (Hull). 

July 5. Lewis Pocock, aged 10, son of Lewis P., gentleman, 

20, Upper Gower Street. VII. 1860. 

F.S.A. 

John Lindsay Leckie, aged 10, son of Robert L., gentleman, 

Gloster Gardens, Hyde Park. IV. 1857. 

Served in the Indian Navy for four and a half years ; El)ersdorf, 
Germany; Glasgow University; L.F.P.S. Glasgow, 1870; L.R.C.R 
Edinburgh, 1870 ; Surgeon to the Tatf Valofron Works ; practising at 
Pontypridd, South Wales. 

Aug. 28. Clement Frank Walker, aged 11, son of George W., 
schoolmaster, 78, Whitechapel Road. . VIII. 1861. 

Pauline Exhibitioner ; Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; B.A. 1867 ; M.A. ; 
Schoolmaster in Orders. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1854 



F. Cavan Blyth, Ccqiitanco. 

Admitted September 16, 1845. 
Admitted. 

Sept. 14. Edmund Lawrence Hemsted Tew, aged 9, son of Edward T., 
clergyman, Patching, Sussex. VIII. 1863. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; B.A. (Fourth Class 
Litt. Hum.), 1868 ; M.A. 1S74 ; Vicar of Hornsea , Yorkshire. 

George Leonard Gibbs, aged 9, son of Michael G., clergy- 
man, Christ Church, Newgate Street. VI. 1862. 

King's College, London; A.K.C. ; Queens' College, Cambridge; 
Scholar; B.A. (Junior Op.), 1869 ; M.A. 1872 ; ^Vhittenhall Lecturer, 
St. John, Wapping, 1872 ; Campden Lecturer, St. Lawrence Jewry, 
City, 1873 ; Kector of St. James, Garlickhithe with St. Michael, 
Queenhithe and Holy Trinity-the-Less, London, 1875. 

„ 18. John Sumner Whidborne, aged 9, son of G. T. W., surgeon, 
Guilford Street. VI. 1860. 

Solicitor, admitted 1870 ; practising at Dawlish, Devon. 

Oct. 2. Robert M. Leckie, aged 13, son of Robert L., merchant, 
Gloucester Gardens. V. 1857. 

Died shortly after leaving the School, 1857. 

„ 5. Montagu Callaway Gosset, aged 11, son of M. G., solicitor, 
48, Doughty Street. VIII. 1862. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1865 ; 
M.A. ; Solicitor, admitted 1871 ; practising in London. 

„ 6. Robert Barlow Gardiner, aged 11, son of R. B. G., architect, 
15, Queens Row, Grove Lane, Camberwell. VIII. 1861. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, "Wadham College, Oxford ; Scholar ; Second 
Class Classics and Mathematics, Moderations, 1863 ; Second Class Litt. 
Hum. 1865 ; B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1868 ; Assistant Master, King Edward's 
School, Birmingham, 1866-68 ;Dulwich College (Upper School), 1868-75; 
Fourth Master, St. Paul's School, 1875 ; in Orders ; editor of this work. 

„ 24. Hugh Edward Blakeney Allen, aged 11, son of E. A., 
physician, 21, Princes Street, Spital Fields. I. 1855. 

King's College, London ; in Orders. 

„ 28. Clement Smith, aged 9, son of M. (H. ?) S., clerk in Ordnance 
Office, Grove Park, Camberwell. VIII. 1864. 

Captain, 1863-64 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ Church, Oxford ; Third 
Class Classics, Moderations, 1866 ; B.A. 1868 ; Second Master, Royal 
Grammar School, Guildford, 1869-74; Vicar of Awbridge, Hants. 

Nov. 2. Charles Reeve Taylor, aged 9, son of Charles T., surgeon, 
4, Bethel Place, Camberwell. VIII. 1864. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1864 ; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1868 ; M.A. 1872 ; in Orders. 

„ 17. John Dawson Mason, aged 9, son of S. M. VIII. 1864. 

Dec. 6. William Arthur Warner Sleigh, aged 10, son of William S., 

barrister. I. 1857. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1864; deceased. 

1855 

Jan. 23. William Clement Upton, aged 11, son of R. U., solicitor, 
Blackheath. VIII. 1862. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Pcnv Exhi- 
bitioner, 1863-66; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1866; M.A. 1869; Vicar of 
Reepham, Lincolnshire. 



1855] SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 331 

jidmittcd. 

Feb. 3. William Frederic Dickes, aged 11, son of William D., artist, 
5, Old Fish Street. VII. 1859. 

Eugraver in Loudon. 

„ 14. Francis Wingfield Eobinson, son of Thomas K., 8, Bess- 
borough Street, Pimlico. I. 1857. 
Ensign, 85th Regiment, 1865 ; Lieutenant, 1867 ; Captain, 1877. 

Francis Whyley, Capitaneo. 

Admitted January 29, 1850. 

Feb. 19. Joseph Hayward, aged 10, son of Joseph H., grocer, 

80, Guildford Street. VI. 1861. 

„ 22. Philip Peck, aged 9, son of James P., clergyman, 6, Taviton 

Street, Gordon Square. VIII. 1864. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Wadham College, Oxford ; Scholar ; Second 
Class Classics, Moderations, 1866 ; Third Class Litt. Hum. 1868 ; 
B.A. 1869 ; Minister in the Catholic Apostolic Church. 

Apr. 13. John Chute Buck Ellis, aged 14, son of John T. E., surgeon, 

Camden Square. V. 1858. 

„ 24. Henry Hartshorn Buck, aged 9, son of W. H. B., clergyman, 

chaplain to Queens Bench Prison. III. 1859. 

Walter Hudson Buck, aged 14, son of W. H. B., clergyman, 

chaplain to Queens Bench Prison. V. 1857. 

„ 25. Henry Priestly Jacob, aged 10, son of G. A. J., head master 

of Christs Hospital. VI. 1859. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; Head Master, Elphinstone College, 
Bombay. 

„ 27. John Arrow Kempe, aged 9, son of J. E. K., clergyman, 
rector of St. James', Westminster. VIII. 1865. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhi- 
bitioner, 1867-70 ; B.A. ; Clerk in Treasury, 1867 ; Private Secretary 
to Sir E. Lingeu, 1880. 

Edward Wood Kempe, aged 10, son of J. E. K., clergyman, 
rector of St. James', Westminster. VIII. 1863. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1864-67 ; 
B.A. (Junior Op.), 1867 ; M.A. 1871 ; Vicar of Porty-Hill, Enfield, 
1874 ; Priest-in-ordinary to the Queen, 1878. 

May 2. Thomas Archibald Starnes White, aged 11, son of Thos. W., 
farmer, Wateringbury, VIII. 1862. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ Church, Oxford ; B.A. 1868 ; 
M.A. ; British Chaplain, Baden-Baden, 1871. 

„ 3. Alexander David Graham, aged 10, son of Thomas G., 
gentleman, 5, Montague Place, Islington. V. 1861. 

Clerk in National Provincial Bank ; died 1882. 

„ 21. Albert Eraser, aged 10, son of James F., merchant, 5, Albany 

Road, Camberwell. V. 1862. 

July 4. Henry Holyfield Key, aged 11, son of Edward K., solicitor, 

Holbeach, Lincoln. I. 1856. 

„ 16. George Edward Christopher Dodsworth, aged 9, son of 
George D., clergyman, Blackheath. V. 1861. 



332 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1855 

Admitted. 

July 19. Spencer Roberts, aged 11, son of John Spencer R., surgeon, 
10, Finchley Road. V. 1858. 

Sept. 19. Olliver (sic) Thomas Duke, aged 11, son of Thomas Oliver D., 
surgeon, 17, Harleyford PL, Kennington Pk. VIII. 1859. 

Guy's Hospital; M.B. London, 1867; M.K.C.S. England, 1864; 
L.S.A. London, 1865 ; House Surgeon, Guy's ; Surgeon to 3rd Punjab 
Cavalry ; Extra Aide-de-Camp to Sir Henry Davis (Lieutenant-Governor 
of Punjab), diuing visit of H.R.H. Prince of Wales, 1876; Medical 
Officer to the Khelat Expedition under Jlajor Sandeman, 1876-77 ; 
received thanks of Goverument for efficient management of cholera 
outbreak, 1876 ; author of A Historical and Descriptive Eeport of the 
District of the Thalchotiali and Harnai. 

„ 20. Arthur Allen Owen, aged 13, son of Joseph B. 0., clergy- 
man, 37, Great Ormond Street. V. 1858. 

Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 88th Regiment ; Ensign, 1859 ; 
Lieutenant, 1861 ; Captain, 1869 ; Major, 1877 ; Colonel, 1881 ; served 
in the Transkei, 1877, and Zulu Laud, 1878-79. 

„ 25. Patrick Abercrombie Black, aged 10, son of Patrick B., 

physician, St. Bartholomews. VI. 1859. 

R.N. Sub-Lieutenant, 1865 ; Lieutenant, 1867 ; died 1877. 

Oct. 1. Francis James Crosland Fenton, aged 11, son of A. F., 

clerk {deceased). West Lavington. VIII. 1863. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Pen-y Exhi- 
bitioner, 1866-67; B.A. (Third Class Classics), 1867; M.A. 1876; 
Private Tutor (in Orders), Caterham. 

Herbert Charles MacCarthy, aged 9, sou of F. MacC, 
clergyman, 66, Myddelton Square. VIII. 1865. 

Clerk in Bank of England. 

„ 3. William Henry White, aged 9, son of W. H. W., Bounty 
Office, Long Ditton, Kingston. V. 1861. 

Clerk in Queen Anne's Bounty Office. 

„ 9. Henry Frederick Robinson, aged 9, son of Charles R., 
jeweller, 138, Strand. V. 1857. 

„ 11. Thomas Frederick Stanley Hand, aged 11, son of Thomas H., 
solicitor, 17, Warwick Street, Regents Park. III. 1858. 

„ 12. Joseph W. Ridgeway aged 11, son of Joseph R., clergyman, 
Penge. V. 1858. 

Bengal Infantry ; Ensign, 1860 ; Lieutenant, 1862 ; Captain, 1869 ; 
Major, 1880 ; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1881 ; Under Secretary, Foreign 
Dejiartment, India. 

Nov. 3. Frederick William Spurling, aged 11, son of John S., 
clerk, New River Company's Office, 5, Park Street, 
Islington. VIII. 1862. 

Captain, 1861-62 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, "Wadham College, Oxford ; 
Scholar; Hody Exhibitioner ; First Class Classics, Moderations, 1864 ; 
B.A. (First Class Lit. Hum.), 1867 ; M.A. ; Assistant Master, West- 
minster, 1869-71 ; Assistant Master, Rugby, 1871-73 ; Tutor of Keble 
College, Oxford, 1874. 

„ 19. John Boughey, aged 10, son of G. T. T. B., captain {deceased), 
Thornhill Square. VI. 1859. 

Removed to Wellington College ; Queen's Medallist ; thence to 
Royal Militarv College, Sandhurst ; 62nd Regiment ; Ensign, 1862 ; 
Lieutenant, 1865 ; Captain, 1869 ; ]\lajor, 1881 ; Professor of Tactics, 
Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 1875. 



1856] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 333 



1856 

Admit U'd. 

Jan. 26. Arthur Buckley, aged 9, son of — , clerk to the Girdlers 
Company, Girdlers Hall. I. 1856. 

Died in the School. 

Feb. 2. Baden Henry Powell, aged 14, son of Baden P., clergyman, 

6, Stanhope Street, Hyde Park Gardens. VIII. 1859. 

Indian Civil Service, 1860 ; Conservator of Forests ; Additional 

Commissioner, Lahore ; Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire, 

1883. 

„ 7. Walter James Dickes, aged 11, son of Walter D., engraver, 
5, Old Fish Street. VIII. 1863. 

Engraver. 

„ 23. Edward Bell, aged 11, son of George B., bookseller. Fleet 
Street. VIII. 1863. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhi- 
bitioner, 1864-67 ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1867 ; publisher of this work. 

Apr. 10. WiUiam Ross Wakefield, aged 9, son of Thomas W., surgeon, 
11, Canonbury Place, Islington. III. 1861. 

Auctioneer. 

„ 26. Alfred Herbert Hackney, aged 9, son of John H., surgeon, 
Pentonville Road. V. 1862. 

University College, London ; M.R.C.S. England, 1868 ; L.S.A. 1868 ; 
practising at Warbleton, Sussex. 

Thomas Miller, Capitanco. 

Admitted October 19, 1850. 

Apr. 30. Hewitt Antrobus Hinson, aged 10, son of William H., 
clergyman, 13, Hoxton Square. VIII. 1865. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Ex- 
hibitioner, 1866-68. 

May 8. Frederick Lupton, aged 9, son of Frederick L., clergyman, 
Cloisters, Westminster. VII. 1865. 

Solicitor, admitted 1871. 

„ 22. Glyd Herbert White, aged 11, son of J. W., clergyman, 

Christs Hospital. III. 1857. 

June 3. Reginald V. C. Smith, aged 11, son of J. S., clergyman. 

Mercers School. VIII. 1862. 

Died, choked by a fruit-stone, in China. 

„ 6. Bryan Justin O'Brien, aged 10, son of J. O'B., clergyman, 

"Henfield, Sussex. VI. 1861. 

Died in the School. 

Sej^t. 13. Charles Edward A. Semple, aged 11, son of Robert S., 

physician, 8, Torrington Square. VIII. 1863. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1867 ; 
M.B. 1872 ; L.S.A. Lond. 1869 ; M.R.C.S. 1874; Physician to North- 
Eastern Hospital for Children. 

„ 25. Joshua Duke, aged 9, son of Thomas Oliver D., surgeon, 
17, Harleyford Place, Kennington Park. VII. 1863. 

Guy's Ho.spital; M.R.C.S. 1868 ; L.S.A. Lond. 1868 ; Surgeon in 
H.M. Indian Medical Service to 2nd Native Infantiy ; author of 
Eccolkdionf! of the Cnhul Campaign, 1883. 



334 SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1856 

Admitted. 

Sept. 27. Frederick Samuel Daldy, aged 11, son of T. M. D., 

surgeon. VIII. 1863. 

M.R.C.S. Eng. 1867 ; L.S.A. Lond. 1869. 

,, 30. John Henry Champion McGill, aged 9, son of G. McG., 

clergyman, Christ Church, Watney Street. VIII. 1866. 

Captain, 1864-66 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1868-70 ; B.A. (Second Class Classics), 
1870 ; Third Class Vol. Theol. Exam. 1871 ; M.A. 1873 ; Fellow and 
Tutor of St. Augustine's College, Canterbury, 1870-72 ; Vicar of High 
Bentham, 1872-79. 
Arthur John How, aged 11, son of J. H., gentleman, 
54, Shoe Lane. IV. 1861. 

Eichard Thomas Hughes, aged 11, son of R. A. H. (deceased), 
9, Rose Street, Soho. II. 1857. 

Oct. 3. Guybon Henry Daman t, aged 10, son of Henry J. D., 
solicitor, West Cowes, Isle of Wight. VIII. 1864. 

Campden E.xhibitioner, Christ's College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Second 
Class Classics), 1868 ; Indian Civil Service, 1867 (Bengal) ; killed in 
the Naga Hills, 1880. 

„ 7. Frederick Rainbow, aged 11, son of R. M. R. (deceased), 
Transham Lodge, Lower Norwood. VI. 1861. 

Surgeon, St. Thomas's Hospital, where he died of fever contracted in 
the pursuit of his professional duties. 

„ 11. Lindsay Heath, aged 9, son of Charles H., gentleman, 
28, Gordon Square. VII. 1864. 

Matriculated, University of London; King's College, London (Applied 
Sciences) ; Civil Engineer, Indian Service, 1870 (First Place). 

„ 13. Gilbert Venables, aged 11, son of G. V., clergyman, 
Chatham. VIII. 1864. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Wadham College, Oxf. ; B.A. (Third Class Law 
and Modern History), 1868 ; on the staff of the Standard newspaper. 

„ 16.^ Francis Mansfield, aged 11, son of W. M. (deceased), 
Cheapside. I. 1858. 

„ 17. Robert Charles Latham Browne, aged 11, son of R. B., 
clergyman, Westbourne Street. VI. 1861. 

Downing College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Junior Op.), 1869 ; M.A. 1873 ; 
Vicar of North Currie, Somerset. 

„ 22. Hugh McNeill Mansfield, aged 11, son of — , clergyman, 
Hattou Garden. IV. 1860. 

St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Second Class Moral Science) 
1868 ; M.A. 1872 ; Vicar of Bourne, Lincolnshire, 1881. 

Nov. 14. Adolphus Greenwood Taylor, aged 8, son of W. G. T., 
solicitor, Bedford Row. 

1857 

Jan. 26. Francis Archer Upton, aged 11, son of R. B. U., solicitor, 
Guilford Street. VIII. 1864. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Ex- 
hibitioner, 1866-68 ; Scholar, 1867 ; B.A. (First in Second Class 
Classics), 1868 ; Solicitor, admitted 1872 ; practising in London. 

^ The next thirty names have been the leaf being missing from the Register, 
restored from the Presentation Books, 



i857] SCHOLAES OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. SP.S 

Admitlcd. 

Jan. 28. William Fitz Gerald Le Viscomte Gambler, aged 14, son of 
S. J. G., clergyman, Regents Park. VII. 1859. 

Feb. 2. Cecil Frederick Hall, aged 10, son of W. J. H., clergyman, 
Tottenham. VI. 1862. 

Corn Merchant in London. 

„ 19. Harvey Edmund Taverner, ased 11, son of E. T., solicitor. 
New Broad Street. ^ VIII. 1864. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; B.A. 1867 ; M.A. 1874 ; Minor Canon 
and Sacristan, Worcester Cathedral, 1870-76 ; Vicar of Martin- 
Hussingtree, Worcester, 1876. 

Mar. 28. Thomas Browne, aged 9, son of Thomas B., clerk, 
Dalston. VII. 1863. 

„ 30. Richard Helder, aged 13, son of William H., solicitor, 
Paddington. VI. 1863. 

„ 31. John Ashburton Thompson, aged 11, son of John T., solicitor, 
Lincolns Inn Fields. IV. 1861. 

Guy's and Middlesex Hospitals ; Pine Essayist, Guy's Hospital, 1868 ; 
M.K.'C.S. 1868; L.R.C.P.L. 1868; L.S.A.L. 1868; M.D. (avec dis- 
tinction) Brussels, 1876 ; Surgeon at King's Cross, Great Northern 
Railway Company ; author of Free Phosphorus in Medicine. 

Percy Alfred Osborn, aged 12, son of Edward O., 
clerk. II. 1858. 

Died in the School. 
Apr. 4. Peter John Bruff, aged 11, son of P. S. B., esquire, Bedford 
Square. VII. 1863. 

Civil Engineer, Public Works Department, India. 

May 6. William Augu-stus Richard Pugh, aged 10, son of J. W. P., 
mercer. Regent Street. VI. 1863. 

Solicitor, admitted 1871 ; practising in London. 

Walter John Lawrance, Capitaneo. 

Admitted September 18, 1849. 

July 30. David Arthnr Fasham Wetherfield, aged 11, son of J. W., 
surgeon, Henrietta Street. VII. 1864. 

Lloyd's. 

Sept. 4. Frederick Augustus Blaydes, aged 11 ^ son of T. B., clerk, 

Uppingham. III. 1858. 

Henry Wilkinson, aged 9, son of — W. (deceased). VI. 1863. 

Stockbroker. 

Edward Thomas Donoghue, aged 11, son of E. J. D., clerk. 
Stoke Newington. VII. 1863. 

Clerkship, British Museum, 1864 ; retired. 

„ 30. George Solmon Connolly, aged 9, son of J. C. C, clerk, 

Woohvich. 
Oct. 1. George Baxter, aged 11, son of A. B., clerk, 

Greenwich. I. 1859. 

„ 9. Henry Warrington Smythe Powell, aged 10, son of B. P., 

clergyman, Hyde Park. III. 1861. 

F.R.G.S. ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1876. 



SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1857 



ct. y. John Richardson Illingworth, aged 9, son of E. A. I., clerk, 
Mecklenburgh Square. VIII. 1867. 

Captain, 1866-67 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford ; Scholar ; First Class Classics, Moderations, 1869 ; B.A. (First 
Class Lit. Hum.), 1871 ; Fellow of Jesus, 1872 ; Tutor of Keble, 
1872-80; M.A. 1874; Rector of Longworth, Berks. 

„ 10. Edward Smiles, aged 9, son of William S., physician, 

Doughty Street. VIII. 1866. 

Alfred Roland Oliver, aged 12, son of Thomas O., solicitor, 

Camberwell. III. 1859. 

Died in the School. 
,, 12. Vincent d'Okolski, aged 9, son of — d'O. (deceased), Clapham 

Road. VI. 1863. 

„ 13. Edmund Arbuthnott Knox, aged 9, son of G. K., clergyman, 

Manchester Square. VIII. 1865. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Oxford ; Scholar ; 
Boden (Sanskrit) University Scholar, 1866 ; First Class Classics, 
Moderations, 1867 ; First Class Lit. Hum. 1868.; Fellow of Merton, 
1868 ; First Class Law and Modern History, 1869 ; B.A. 1869 ; 
M.A. ; Vicar of St. John Baptist, Oxford, 1874 ; Tutor and Dean 
of Merton, 1875. 

„ 16. Frederick Clements Williamson, aged 11, son of S. W., 
solicitor, Holywell Street. 

Removed to Rossall School ; Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1870 ; 
in Orders. 

,, 17. Edward Bai^ker, aged 12, son of J. C. B., Barnsbury 
Park. VI. 1862. 

Bank of England, Bristol Branch. 
„ 19. Arthur Duncan Burnett, aged 12, son of D. B., gentleman, 
North Brixton. VII. 1862. 



1858 

4. Richard Incledon, aged 10, son of Richard I., clerk, Somerset 
House. VII. 1865. 

Clerk in Admiralty Registry, Somerset House. 

15. Philip Howard Smith, aged 11, son of W. S., Doctor of Law, 
Avenue Road. VIII. 1864. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1870. 

18. Charles Morgan Cowie, aged 11, son of B. M. C, clergyman, 

42, Upper Harley Street, W. VIII. 1865. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Jesus College, Cambridge ; Scholar ; Barnes 
Scholar (disqualified from College standing), 1867 ; B.A. (first in 
Second Class Classics), 1869 ; Keller Exhibitioner, 1869; M.A. 1872 ; 
Education Department of the Privy Council, 1870. 

19. Edwin Ray Lankester, aged 10, son of P. Smith L., physician, 

8, Savile Row, Regent Street. VIII. 1864. 

Downing College, Cambridge (Minor Scholar), 1864 ; migrated to 
Christ Church, Oxford (Junior Student), 1866 ; B.A. (First Class 
Natural Science), 1868 ; Radcliffe Travelling Fellow, 1870 ; Fellow of 
Exeter, 1872 ; Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, 
University College, London ; F.R.S. ; Professor of Natural History, 
Edinburgh, 1881 (resigned). 



I 



i8s8] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 337 



Admitted. 

Jan. 20. Awdry Peck, aged 10, son of — , clergyman (dcccascd\ 
6, Taviton Street, Gordon Square. VIII. 1866. 

Paiiliue Exhibitioner, Wadhani College, Oxford; B.A. 1870; 
University College Hospital, London; M.R.C.S. 1875; L.R.C.P. 
Loudon, 1875. 

Mar. 4. Cyril James Howell, aged 13, son of John H., solicitor, 
2, Oriel Place, Oollege Street, Brompton. VI. 1860. 

Apr. 7. William Kenrick Hyatt Bowden, aged 11, son of Thomas B., 

solicitor, Cannon Row, Westminster, S.W. II. 1860. 

„ 16. John Sheldon Hepworth, aged 9, son of T. H., solicitor, 

1, Rayner Place, Chelsea. II. 1861. 

Became Chorister, H.M. Chapel Royal, St. James's. 

„ 19. George Daniel Moore, aged 11, son of Daniel M... clergyman, 
Camberwell. ' VII. 1863. 

Deceased. 

„ 20. Edward Charles Stebbing, aged 15, son of H. S., clergyman, 
St. Mary Somerset. VIII. 1861. 

Clerk in National Debt Office. 

„ 26. Cecil Hope Pearson, aged 9, son of Henry P. (deceased), 

4, Brunswick Road, Camberwell. V. 1864. 

„ 29. Alfred Povah, aged 9, son of Alfred P., clergyman, Sumner 

Street, Southwark. VIII. 1867. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Balliol College, Oxford ; Second Class Classics, 

Moderations, 1869 ; B.A. ; in Orders ; deceased. 

Georgio Augusto How, Cwpitaneo. 

Admitted Hay 4, 1850. 

July 26. Edward John Lam plow Roberts, aged 12, son of 

R. H. R., clergyman, 14, Bury Place, Bloomsbury 

Square. VI. 1864. 

William Edward Scott, aged 10, son of J. S., clergyman. 

New Park Road, Clai^ham Park. VI. 1865. 

Subsequently to Keble College, Oxford ; B.A. 1874 ; Head Master 
of Northallerton Grammar School, 1877 ; Curate of St. Mary Magdalen, 
Paddington. 

Lewis John de la Chaumette, aged 12, son of L. J. C, 
stockbroker, 29, Sherborne Street. VI. 1862. 

William Henry Bolton Ball, aged 11, son of J. B., clergy- 
man, Thavies Inn. IV. 1862. 

Stanley John MacKenzie, aged 10, son of H. MacK., clergy- 
man, Tidd St. Mary, Lincoln. VIII. 1866. 
Clerk in Inland Revenue, Somerset House. 

Sept. 17. Francis Ralph Allfree, aged 11, son of E. A., clergyman, 
St. Swithin, E.C. Vin. 1866. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; B.A. 1869 ; M.A. 1873 ; Curate of 
St. Mary's, Dover. 

James Whitbread Lee Glaisher, aged 9, son of James G., 
astronomer, Royal Observatory, Greenwich. VIII. 1867. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhi- 
bitioner, 1869-70 ; Scholar, 1868 ; B.A. (Second "Wrangler), 1871 ; 
Fellow, 1871, and Assistant Tutor ; F.R.S. 



338 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1858 

AdmiUcd. 

Sept. 17. Leigh ton Mayo Dalton, aged 9, son of B. N. D., stockbroker, 
44, Park Road, Stockwell. VII. 1867. 

Campilen Exhibitioner, Ti'iuity College, Cambridge ; Perry ExM- 
bitiouer, 1871; B.A. (Second Class Classics), 1871 ; M.A. 1875 ; Head 
Master of Sudbury Grammar School, Suffolk, 1873. 

Charles Walhouse Grimston, aged 11, son of Edward G., 
artist, 47, Great Marlboro' Street. I. 1860. 

Vincent Charles Reynell Reynell, aged 10, son of John R., 
solicitor, 1. Sheffield Gardens, Kensington. VIII. 1867. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. (Second Class 
Law Tripos), 1870 ; Head Master of King's CoUege Choir School, 
Cambridge, 1879. 

Noel Lewis Pocock, aged 10, sou of Lewis P., gentleman, 
20, Upper Gower Street. VIII. 1865. 

Solicitor, admitted 1871 ; practising in London. 

Frederick Walter Stokes, aged 11, son of Henry S.. distiller, 
18, King Street, Snow Hill. III. 1861. 

George Smyth Baden Powell, aged 10, son of Baden P., 
clergyman, 6, Stanhope Street, Hyde Park. VI. 1864. 

Baliiol College, Oxford; B.A. (Tbii-d Class Lit. Hum.), 1875 ; 
Chancellor's Prize (English Essay), 1876 ; author of New Homca for 
the Old Country, &c. 

Henry Maynard Mills, aged 11, son of Hemy M., barrister, 
1, New Court, Temple. VIII. 1866. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford ; B.A. 1872 ; M.A. 
1873 ; Private Secretary to Sir Andrew Clerke, Governor of the Straits 
Settlements, 1873-75 ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1875. 

Oct. 17. Henry Selfe Bennett, aged 11, son of James B., physician, 
15, Fiusbury Square. VIII. 1865. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; B.A. 1869 ; 
M.B. 1875 ; St. Thomas's Hospital ; M.R.C.S. 1874. 

1859 

Feb. 3. Thomas Alford Burdon, aged 11, son of Thomas B., gentle- 
man, 23, St. George's Road. VIII. 1866. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhi- 
bitioner, 1867-70 ; B.A. (Thii-d Class Classics), 1870 '; died 1872. 

Alfred James Atkinson, aged 10, son of John A., surgeon, 

Kew Green, Surrey. VII. 1865. 

University College; L.S.A. 1870; M.R.C.S. England, 1875; 
M.Pi.C.P. Edinburgh, 1875 ; practising at Kew. 

Edwin James Sturdee, aged 9, son of Edwaid R. S. 

merchant, 134, Fenchurch Street. IV. 1861. 

Herbert Heath, aged 9, son of Christopher H., gentleman, 

28, Gordon Square. VIII. 1866. 

University of London ; Matriculated, King's CoUege, London ; 
Minister in Catholic Apostolic Church. 

Henry Alexander Black, aged 10, son of Patrick B., 
physician, St. Bartholomews. VII. 1865. 

School of Mines ; Duke of Cornwall's Scholar, 1866 and 1867 ; 
Christ Church Oxford, Junior Student, 18C7 ; First Class Natural 
Science, 1871 ; B.A. 1872 ; Mining Engineer. 



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Admitted. 

Feb. 3. Arthur Cole Hill, aged 9, son of P. G. C. H., clergyman, 
28, Churton Street, Belgravia. 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; Agent of Hudson's Bay Company. 

Wallis Windle, aged 10, son of Thomas W., gentleman, 
10, Rodney Terrace West, Mile End Eoad. II. 1861.' 

Walter Lambert Pierce, aged 10, son of John P., secretary, 

2, Lyon's Inn, Strand. I. I860. 

Apr. 20, Francis Hordern Allen, aged 12, son of J. T. A., clergyman, 

Stradbrooke, Suffolk. V. 1861. 

Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, 1861-64 ; Pembroke College, Oxford ; 
B.A. 1869 ; Liclitield Theological College ; M.A. 1871 ; Vicar of All 
Saints, Moss, Yorkshire, 1875. 

May 13. William Ashbury (Asbury) Greene, aged 11, son of Joseph G. 
(deceased), 22, Regent Square. VII. 1864. 

Solicitor, admitted 1869 ; practising in London. 



Henkico Lacy Taverner, Ccqntaneo. 

Admitted May 4, 1850. 

Sept. 16. Joseph Wilkinson, nged 10, son of Joseph W. (deceased), 
Pall Mall. VII. 1865. 

Stockbroker. 

Edward Wilton South, aged 11, son of Robert S., clergy- 
man, 13, King Edward Street. VIII. 1866. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1867-70; Scholar, 1867; B.A, (First Senior Op. and Fourth 
in Second Class Classics), 1870 ; Bracketed Chancellor's Medallist, 
1870 ; M.A. 1873 ; Assistant Master, Wellington College and Christ's 
Hospital ; Head Master of Blackheath Proprietary School, 1876. 

George Charles Mansfield, aged 10, son of George M., clergy- 
man, 1, South Grove East, Mildmay Park. I. 1860, 
Went to India and died young. 

Arthur Henry Webster, aged 9, son of Richard W., chrono- 
meter maker, 74, Cornhill. VI. 1867. 

Charles Druitt, aged 10, son of Robert D., physician, 
37, Hertford Street, May Fair. V. I863! 

Removed to Royal Academy, Gosport ; Matriculated Loudon Univer- 
sity, 1866 ; Exeter College, Oxford ; B.A. (Second Class Theol.), 1871 ; 
in Orders. 

Francis Eraser Hird, aged 12, son of Frederick H., surgeon, 
17, Clitford Street, New Bond Street. VII. 1866. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A 1870 ; M.A. 1873 ; in 
Orders. 

Frederick Henry Withecombe, aged 11, son of John W., 
physician, 29, Grosvenor Street. V. 1864. 

University of Bonn ; subsequently Hanover, and Rouen. 

Henry Boyes Mugliston, aged 10, son of G. M., surgeon, 
Stratford, Essex. VII. 1865. 

London University Matriculation ; London Hospital L.R.C.P. ; 
and L.R.C.S. Edinburgh, 1870; L.S.A. London, 1870; M.R.C.S. 
England, 1871 ; called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1874. 

z2 



340 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1859 

Admitted. 

Sept. 16. Arthur Henry Savory, aged 11, son of Joseph P. S., surgeon, 
Wendover, Bucks. VIII. 1867. 

Charing Cross Hospital ; M.R.C.S. England, 1873 ; L.R.C.P. 
Edinburgh, 1874 ; practising at Wendover, Bucks. 

John Hill Capper, aged 11, son of Charles C, manager of 
the Victoria Docks, The Grove, Stratford. II. 1863. 
Arthur Clifford Smith, aged 11, son of William S., LL.D., 
Regents Villas, Avenue Road. VII. 1864. 

Oct. 21. Francis William Illingworth, age 1 9, son of E. A. I., clergy- 
man, Mecklenburgh Square. VIII. 1868. 
lu Australia. 

Nov. 18. Arthur Courtenay Roberts, aged 10, son of H. R., clergy- 
man, 14, Bury Place, Bloomsbury Square. VII. 1868. 

King's College, London ; A.K.C. (TheoL), 1872 ; in Orders. 



1860 

Jan. 27. Charles Alexander Maclaran, aged 10, son of G. M., law- 
stationer, Holford Square, Pentonville. VII. 1866. 
Augustus Smyth PoweU, aged 10, son of Baden P., clergy- 
man, 6, Stanhope Street. 

Died 1863. 

Feb. .3. Charles Stubbs, aged 9, son of John S., (deceased), 
15, Wycombe Terrace, Hornsey Road. VIII. 1869. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Sykes 
Exhibitioner, 1870 ; B.A. (Junior Op. and Third Class Law), 1873 ; 
M.A. ; LL.M. 1876 ; LL.D. 1882 ; called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 
1874. 

„ 22. Cranstoun Erasmus Ommanney, aged 11, son of Richard 0., 
solicitor, Lower Tooting. 

Superintendent of Police, Singapore ; died 1882. 

„ 24. Aubrey Lackington Moore, aged 11, son of Daniel M., clergy- 
man, Camberwell. VIII. 1867. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, Exeter College, Oxford ; First Class Classics, 
Mods. 1869 ; B.A. (First Class Lit. Hum.1, 1871 ; Fellow of 
St. John's, 1872 ; M.A. 1874 ; Rector of Frenchay, 1876-81 ; Tutor 
of Keble, 1881. 

^lar. 30. Robert Farquhar Trezevant, aged 1 1 , son of R. T., gentleman, 
Grantchester. 1865. 

Stockbroker. 

Charles Alfred Airey, aged 10, son of J. A. L. A., clergyman, 
3, Residentiary Houses, St. Pauls. VIII. 1867, 

Clerk in Bank of England. 

James Nethery Hill, aged 10, son of Charles H., clergyman, 
Greenwich. III. 1863. 

Naval Cadet, 1863 ; Sub-Lieut. 1870 ; Lieut. 1874 ; Greenwich Naval 
College Certificate, 1875. 

Edmund Leonard Bruff, aged 11, son of P. S. B., civil 
engineer, Hanford Lodge, Ipswich. VI. 1866. 

Solicitor, admitted 1872 ; practising in London. Leonard in Register, 
but ? Thomas. 



i86o] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 341 



Alfredo Gulielmo South, Capiianeo. 

Admitted February 25, 1854. 
Admitted. 

June 7. Frank Saflford, aged 11, son of — S., Inland Revenue Office, 

Somerset House, Longcroft, near Tring. VII. 1867. 

Home Office, 1^69-71 ; called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1872. 

John Grafton Cass, aged 12, son of — , captain, mercantile 

marine. Perry Hill, Sydenham. VII. 1865. 

Merchant, Amoy, China; died 1883. 

„ 26. Ernest William Mathew Carey Rundell, nged 10, son of 
William J. R., clergyman, 1, Victoria Terrace, Coburg 
Road, Old Kent Road. VIII. 1868. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; White's Exliibitioner, 
1869 ; B.A. and S.C.L., 1873 ; M.A. 1875 ; in Orders. 

„ 27. Lionel Algernon White, aged 9, son of Thomas W., farmer, 

Watering-bury. VIII. 1868. 

Ensign 53rd Regiment, 1869 ; Lieut. 1871 ; Captain, 1880. 

July 7. Walter Annis Attenborough, aged 9, son of Richard A., 

silversmith, Buckingham House, Avenue Rd. VIII. 1869. 

Canipden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1870-72 ; B.A. 1873 ; M.A. LL.M., 1876 ; called to the Bar 
(Middle Temple), 1874. 

Sept. 6. Henry Louis Fleet, aged 10, son of J. F., merchant. Fen- 
church Street. V. 1864. 

R.N. Sub-Lieut. 1870 ; Lieut. 1874. 

„ 7. Edward William Donoghue Manson, aged 11, son of 
E. M., surgeon (deceased), 33, Park Street, Grosvenor 

Square. VIII. 1868. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Brasenose College, Oxford ; Second Class 

Classics Mods. 1870 ; B.A. (Second Class Lit. Hum.), 1872 ; called to 
the Bar (Middle Temple). 

Arthur William Finch, aged 11, son of W. F., clergy- 
man. VI. 1863. 

Died September, 1863. 
Herbert Smalley, aged 9, son of C. S., clergj^man, 
St. Matthew's, Bayswater. VII. 1869. 

King's College Hospital ; M.R.C.S. 1875 ; L.R.C.P. (Loudon), 1875. 

Henry Collet, aged 11, son of H. C, surgeon. Worth- 
ing. IV. 1865. 
„ 8. H. A. Milnor Killick, aged 15, son of R. K., clergyman, 
St. Clement's Danes. IV. 1862. 
Removed to Chipping Camden School, Gloucester ; Clerk in Vote 
Office, House of Commons. 

„ 10. Alfred Bray Kempe, aged 11, son of J. K., clergyman, 
St. James, Piccadilly. VIIL 1868. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1871 ; B.A. (Wrangler), 1872 ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 
1873 ; F.R.S. 1881. 

Arthur Edwin Quekett, aged 9, son of J. P. Q., professor, 
Lincoln's Inn Fields. VIIL 1869. 

Henry Smiles, aged 9, son of H. S., physician, Bedford 
Square. IL 1864. 



342 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [i860 

Admiltrd. 

Sept. 11. Sidney James Tindall, aged 9, son of J. T., secretary to the 

Liverpool Assurance Company, Poultry. IV. 1865. 

„ 19. Frank Ford Peregrine, aged 9, son of P. P., physician, 

3, Half Moon Street, Piccadilly. VII. 1869. 

Oct. 19. Frederick Henry Lacey, aged 9, son of G. T. L., clergyman, 
LeAvisham. VIII. 1870. 

Campden Exliibitioner, - Jesus College, Cambridge; B.A. 1873; 
' M.A. 1876 ; Tutor in jjrivate school. 

William James Mann, aged 10, son of S. L. M., inspector 
of gas company, 5, Somerset Terrace, Milton Road, 
Stoke Newingtoii. VIII. 1868. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford; B.A. and S.C. L. 
1871 ; M.A. 1875 ; Minor Canon, Carlisle, 1875 ; Minor Canon, Win- 
chester, 1879. 

„ 26. John Robert Wyatt, aged 9, son of R. W., gentleman far- 
mer, St. Albans, Herts. V. 1866. 

„ 30. Greville Ewing Nelson, aged 10, son of Robert N., school- 
master, 16, Stepney Causeway. 1867. 

„ 31. Edward Story, aged 9, son of J. S. S., solicitor (deceased), 
Bedford Square. I. 1862. 

Dec. 12. Charles Edward Grenside, aged 11, son of Christo- 
pher G., clergyman, 156, Albany Street, Regent's 
Park. VIII. 1868. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Wadham College, Oxford ; B.A. (Second Class 
Law and Mod. Hist.), 1872 ; M.A. 1876 ; Vicar of Elmley, York- 
shire, 1882. 



1861 

Mar. 4. Walter William Kelly, aged 11, son of Walter K., clergy- 
man, Brighton. VIII. 1868. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, Caius College, Cambridge; B.A. 1871; 
M.A. 1875 ; in Orders. 

„ Arthur Norreys Fynes-Clinton, aged 10, son of Charles 
J. F., clergyman, 3, Montague Place, Russell Square. 

VIII. 1869. 

Captain, 1868-69 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ Church, Oxford ; 
Junior Student ; Third Class Classics Mods. 1871 ; B.A. (Third Class Lit. 
Hum.), 1873 ; Head of Burlington House School, Richmond, Surrey. 

„ 14. George R. Sargent, aged 11, son of J. B. S., clerk. Regent's 
Park. III. 1865. 

Frederico Gulielmo Spurling, Caintanco. 

Admitted November 3, 1855. 

June 1 9. Frank PowcH, aged 10, son of Baden P., clergyman (deceased), 
6, Stanhope Street, Hyde Park. 
Balliol College, Oxford ; B.A. ; Inner Temple. 

„ 20. William Lord Watts, aged 10, son of W. M. W., printer, 
Crown Court, Temple Bar. II. 1864- 



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Admitted. 

June 22. George Meryon White, aged 9, son of Thomas W., farmer, 
Wateringbury. VIII. 1870. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Clirist Chiircli, Oxford ; B.A. 1874 ; M.A. 1880 ; 
called to the Bar (Inner Temple). 

„ 24. Arthur Stenning, aged 11, son of Edward S., gentleman, 
Stratton House, Godstone. VIII. 1868. 

Died December 2, 1880. 

Sept. 27. Edward Sharrington Davenport, aged 10, son of E. D., 
gentleman, Bucknell, Salop. II. 18C3. 

Charles Parkinson Oates, aged 11, son of P. 0., surgeon, 
Pimlico. 

Milborn FitzMaurice Charles West, aged 11, son 
of M. T. W., dressing-case maker, 1, St. James 
Street. VIII. 1869. 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; B.A. 1875 ; in Orders. 

Oct. 1. Charles Harvey Malin (Malim), aged 13, son of Alfred M., 
gentleman, Bromley, Kent. V. 1864. 

„ 2. James Foxton Cass, aged 11, son of W. C, captain mercan- 
tile marine. Perry Hill, Sydenham. 
Admitted solicitor, 1873 ; practising in London. 

„ 4. Charles Sancroft Webber, aged 11, son of Charles S. W., 
surgeon, 20, Connaught Square. V. 1863. 

Hydrographer's Dept., Admiralty. 

„ 7. Harold Edmund Wadham Sutton, aged 11, son of John S. 

(deceased), Somersham Kectory, Hunts. VII. 1868. 

„ ]5. Charles Edward Seaman, aged 14, son of S. S., clergyman. 

North wood, Isle of Wight. VIII. 1866. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Stock Exhibitioner, 1867 ; Sykes 
Exhibitioner, 1868 ; Mawson Scholar ; Manners Scholar ; B.A. (Second 
Class Classics), 1870 ; U.A. 1873 ; Vicar of Northwood, Isle of 
Wight. 

„ 16. James Knowles Hamson, aged 10, son of J. K. H., doctor, 
Islington. VIII. 1869. 

St. ILiry's Hall, Oxford ; Nowell Exhibitioner ; Vicar of Dewsbury, 
Yorkshire. 

„ 30. Arthur Allan Leonard, aged 11, son of F. B. L., clergyman, 
Kemeys-Inferior. VIII. 1869. 

Pauline Exhiliitioner, Oriel College, Oxford ; Beaufort Exhibitioner, 
1869; B.A. (Fourth Class Theology), 1873; M.A. 1877; Vicar of 
Fordington, Dorset, 1880. 

Dec. 13. Francis Edward Ride, aged 10, son of Francis R., gentle- 
man, 20, Lupus Street, St. George's Square. I. 1863. 

Charles Thomas Gilbert, aged 7, son of P. G., clergyman. 
Rectory, St. Giles, Cripplegate. VII. 1869. 

Walter Thomas Kesteven, aged 10, son of E. M. K., mer- 
chant, Islington. VI. 1866. 

Arthur John Webb, aged 9, son of Henry W., wheelwright, 
3, Ridgway Place,"Wimbledon. VIII. 1870. 

Samuel Smiles, aged 9, son of Samuel S., secretary to South 
Eastern Railway, 6, Granville Pk., Lewisham. III. 1864. 



344 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1861 

Admitted. 

Dec. 13. Herbert Co"wie, aged 11, son of B. M. C, clergyman, 
42, Upper Harley Street. VIII. 1868. 

Captain, 1867-68 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge ; Minor Scholar, 1868 ; Foundation Scholar, 1870 ; B.A. (Tliird 
in First Class Classics), 1872 ; Fellow, 1873 ; One of H.M.'s Inspec- 
tors of Schools, 1876. 

James Frederick Townsend, aged 11, son of G. T., clergy- 
man, Burleigh Street, Strand. VIII. 1867. 

Clerk in the Exchequer Divison of the High Court of Justice. 

William Yelverton Davenport, aged 10, son of E. D., 
gentleman, Bucknell, Salop. VI. 1866. 

Murray Laurence Russell, aged 10, sou of W. A. K, physi- 
cian, St. Albans, Herts. VII. 1869. 

Frederick John Ottley Helmore, aged 10, son of Thomas H., 
clergyman, 6, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. VIII. 1870. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Oriel College, Oxford ; B.A. (Fourth Class 
Theology), 1874 ; M.A. 1877 ; Minor Canon of Canterbury ; Precentor, 
1883. 

Harman Mackenzie, aged 11, son of — , clergyman, 9, Canon- 
bury Park North, Islington. VI. 1866. 

1862 

Feb. 13. John Cooper Wilkinson, aged 9, son of — , cashier {deceased), 
65, Clarendon Road, Netting Hill. IV. 1865. 

Guy's Hospital. 

Wynnard Hooper, aged 9, son of G. H., gentleman, 23, 
Bedford Place, Kensington. VIII. 1871. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Second 
Class Classics, Third Class Moral Science), 1875. 

Charles P. Jennings, aged 9, son of P. J., clergyman, 
Hockley, Chelmsford. II. 1864. 

Henry Cromwell Beechworth Field, aged 11, son of Henry 
W. F., Queen's Assay Master, Royal Mint. VIII. 1869. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1874 ; in Orders. 

Mar. 21. John Parrott Harris, aged 10, son of William H., surgeon, 
Worthing. 
„ 28. Fraser Ellis Baddeley, aged 9, son of — B. {deceased), Sise 
Lane. I. 1863. 

Arthuro Black, Capitanco. 

Admitted February 27, 1854. 

July 18. Robert Erskine Pollock, aged 13, son of John P., barrister 
(deceased), 22, Fitzroy Square. VIII. 1868. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; LL. B. (First in Second Class Law Tripos), 

1871 ; called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1873. 

„ 24. James Sheerman, aged 9, son of James S., brewer, Tring, 

Herts. V. 1869. 

Sept. 18. Archibald Gordon Pollock, aged 10, son of John P., barrister 

{deceased), 22, Fitzroy Square. VIII. 1870. 



1 862] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 345 

Admitted. 

Oct. 1. Arthur Stephen Noel McCarthy, aged 11, son of T. McC, 
clergyman, 66, Myddelton Square. VII. 1870. 

Clerk in the Bank of England. 

„ 3. Reginald Joseph Martin, aged 10, son of R. M. M., clergy- 
man, Roach House, Blue Anchor Road. VIII. 1871. 

„ 7. Arthur William Long, aged 10, son of William L., clerk in 
Civil Service, 22, Grosvenor Road, Kilburn. VII. 1869. 

CivO Service, 1872. 

„ 10. Harry Pateman, aged 10, son of W. S. P., publisher, 4, Wine 
Office Court, Fleet Street. III. 1866. 

„ 13. Cecil Moore, aged 11, son of Daniel M., clergyman, Camber- 
well. VIII. 1870. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Exeter College, Oxford ; Newdigate Prize {St. 
Louis) 1873; B.A. (Second Class Modern History), 1874 ; M.A. 1877 ; 
in Orders. 

., 21. Montagu Jenner, aged 9, son of M. H. J., clerk in the 
Probate Court, 36, Sutherland Street, Belgrave 
Street. III. 1867. 

„ 28. William Francis Drew, aged 9, son of G. S. D., clergyman. 

John Moore Sinyanki, aged 9, son of J. E. S., clergyman, 

15, West Sq., St. George's Rd., Southwark. VIII. 1872. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Hertford College, Oxford. 

Nov. 8. Charles Augustus Lloyd, aged 11, son of James R. L., 
manaaincj clerk, Belmont Hill, Lee. VI. 1867. 

„ 28. Charles Clark Bruff, aged 12, son of P. B., civil engineer, 
Hanford Lodge, Ipswich. 



1863 

Jan. 1. Ernest Bell, aged 11, son of G. B., publisher. Fleet 
Street. VIIL 1869. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 187P-72 ; B.A. (Junior Op.), 1873 ; publisher. 

Feb. 14. Arthur Percy Lloyd, aged 10, son of James R. L., managing 
clerk, Belmont Hill, Lee. VIIL 1871. 

Mar. 11. Edward Stafford Finch, aged 11, son of William Stafford F., 
clergyman, Beauvoir Town, Hackney. VIIL 1870. 

St. Edmund Hall, Oxford ; B.A. (Fourth Class Theology), 1875 ; 
in Orders. 

April 4. Henry Incledon Johns, aged 10, son of B. J. J., clergyman, 
chaplain to the Blind School, Blackfriars Road. 1. 1864. 
Trinity College, Dublin ; in Orders. 

Clemente Smith, Gapitaneo. 

Admitted October 28, 1854. 

May 4. Walter James Holmes,aged 11, son of Joseph F.H.. solicitor, 
6, Springfield Road, Colney Hatch. VIIL 1871. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner, 
1873-74 : B.A. 1875. 



346 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1863 

Admitted. 

Juue 30. Ai'thur Alfred Haigley Priest, aged 11, son of A. P., surgeon, 
Waltham Abbey. I. 1864. 

Died ill the School. 

Sept. 22. Conrade James Vallance, aged 13, son of J. T. V., surgeon, 

Stratford, Essex. 1867. 

„ 9. Frederick Vivian Knox, aged 11, son of G. K., clergyman, 

Waddon, Croydon, Surrey. VIII. 1870. 

Captain, 1869-70 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Magdalen College, Oxford ; 
Demy, 1870; Second Class Classics Moderations, 1872; B.A. 1874; 
Second Class Natural Science, 1875 ; Assistant Master, Merchant 
Taylors' School, up to 1882 ; Chaplain in India. 

„ 26. Cutbbert Outram Hermon, aged 9, son of John H., surveyor, 
22, King Street, St. James. IV. 1870. 

„ 28. William James Berriman Tippetts, aged 12, son of James 
B. T., solicitor, 7, Albion Place, Thornhill Road, Barns- 
bury. VIII. 1868. 

Admitted Solicitor, 1873 ; practising in London. 
„ 29. Sidney John Page, aged 12, son of James P., gentleman, 
Coombe Wood, Kingston. VII. 1869. 

Brewer at Peterborough. 

Oct. 5. William Grant Skilton, aged 10, son of W. J. S., clergyman, 
Romford, Essex. VIII. 1869. 

Stockbroker. 

„ 6. Edmund Thomas Bentley, aged 10, son of H. W. B., clerk 
in Customs, 18, Harley Street, Bow Road. V. 1868. 

„ 7. George Edward Gregory, aged 11, son of G. B. G., merchant, 
8, Portland Villas, Clapham Road. 1871. 

Deceased, 1882. 

,, 12. Henry Wood, aged 9, son of Frederick W., house apothecary, 
St. Bartholomew's. VII. 1870. 

„ 13. Montague Gower Poole, aged 11, son of Samuel G. P., clerk. 

Mile End. IV. 1868. 

Harold Macaulay Powell, aged 11, son of W. M. P., surgeon, 

10, Devonshire Place, Wandsworth. VIII. 1870. 

Guy's Hospital ; L.S.A.L. 1873; M.R.C.S. 1874. 

George Herbert Rust, aged 11, son of George R., master in 
King's College School, 31, Bedford Square. VIII. 1870. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1872-74 ; B.A. (Third Class Classics), 1874 ; M.A. 

„ 15. John Charles Lewis Coward, aged 11, son of J. H. C, clergy- 
man, 1, Residentiary Houses, St. Paul's. VIII. 1870. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Stock 
Exhibitioner, 1870; Mawson Scholar; B.A. 1875; called to the Bar 
(Gray's Inn), 1877. 

„ 17. Henry Ralph Tebbitt, aged 11, son of H. T., farmer. Castle 
Ceulas. Pembroke. VIII. 1869. 

Agricultural College, Cirencester. 

„ 22.^ Philip Francis Gilbert, aged 9, son of P. P. G., clergyman, 
Cripplegate. VIL 1871. 

Guy's Hospital ; Assistant Surgeon, Clerkenwell Prison. 

^ The next 60 names have been restored being missing from the Register, 
from the Presentation Books, two leaves 



1863] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 347 

Admitted. 

Nov. 7. Edward Gray Lewis Mason, aged 9, son of W. L. M., clergy- 
man, Charterhouse Square. IV. 1868. 
„ 11, Sedgwick Saunders, aged 9, son of W. S. S., M.D., Queen 
Street, Cheapside. VIII. 1873. 

Elected Keen Scholar, but did not proceed to the University ; 
Stockbroker. 

„ 20. Charles James Finch, aged 10, son of William Stafford F., 
clergyman, De Beauvoir Town. VIII. 1872. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Oxford; B.A. (Fourth 
Class Theology), 1875 ; in Orders. 

1864 

Feb. 17. Thomas Charles White, agedll,son of Thomas W., merchant, 

83, Upper Thames Street. V. 1870. 

„ 22. Kichard Ray, aged 9, son of Richard R., secretary, Atlas 

Assurance Ottice. VII. 1872. 

Clerk in Atlas Assurance Office. 

Valentine Matthews, aged 9, son of William M., surgical 
instrument maker, 32, Carey Street. 1872. 

King's College and Hospital, London ; Junior Scholar, 1875 ; Assistant 
Demonstrator of Anatomy, 1876-77 ; Surgeon in Loudon. 

„ 29. Arthur Borell Catty, aged 9, son of F. A. C, gentleman, 
Hope Cottage, Putney. 1873. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Christ's College, Cambridge ; Scholar, 1874 ; 
B.A. (Senior Op.), 1877. 
John Ambrose Morton Sharpe, aged 11, son of W. A. S., 
clergyman, St. Chad's, Haggerston. VIII. 1870. 

Mar. 7. John Basil Rust, aged 10, son of George R., clergyman, 
Bedford Square. VIII. 1872. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibi- 
tioner, 1874-76 ; B.A. 1876. 

Robert Edward Montague, aged 9, son of Robert M., gentle- 
man, 12, Rowley Street, Westminster. 1874. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; B.A. ; Assistant Master, Dulwich College. 

„ 11. Douglas Upton, aged 11, son of Robert B. U., solicitor, 
Blackheath. VIII. 1871. 

Civil Engineer. 

Lindsay (Lindsey) Nevil (Neville) Knox, aged 10, son of 

George K., clergyman, Waddon, Croydon. VIII. 1871. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford ; B.A. (Second 

Class Modern History), 1875 ; Vicar of Swineshead, Lincolnshire, 

1878 ; Kector of Creeton, Lincolnshire, 1882. 

Frederick Wallis, aged 10, son of Joseph W., clergyman, 
Stockwell. VIII. 1872. 

Captain, 1871-72 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Cains College, Cambridge ; 
Scholar, 1873 ; B.A. (First Class Classics), 1876 ; Fellow, 1878 ; in Orders. 

, 12. Frank Taylor, aged 13, son of Charles T., surgeon, Camber- 
well, in. 1865. 

„ 31. William Leach Groves, aged 9, son of F. H. G., architect, 
South Lambeth Place. VIII. 1872. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. 



348 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1864 

Admitted. 

Mar. 31. Samuel Arthur Saunder, aged 11, son of W. D. S., dentist, 
Lower Seymour Street. VIII. 1871. 

Ciimpdeu Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; PeiTy Ex- 
hihitiouer, 1872-75; Scholar, 1873; B.A. (14th Wrangler), 1875; 
M.A. 1878 ; Assistant Master at Wellington College. 

William Court Starie, aged 11, son of William S., surveyor, 

Sunbury, Middlesex. VI. 1867. 

May 6. Henry Eugene Roberts, aged 11, son of — R. (deceased), 

Belsize Square, Hampstead. VIII. 1872. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior 

Op.), 1876 ; in Orders. 

„ 31. Charles Herbert Roberts, aged 11, son of H. R., clergyman, 
Bloomsbury. VIII. 1871. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1874 ; steered 
in the University Boatrace, 1872 ; in Orders. 



JoHANNE Henrico Champion McGill, Capitaneo. 

Admitted September 30, 1856. 

Sept. 29. Claud Hamilton White, aged 9, son of Thomas W., gentle- 
man, Portland Place. VII. 1872. 

Late Lieutenant 2nd Royal Tower Hamlets Militia ; reading for 
the law. 

„ 30. William Sidney Ridout Woodforde, aged 10, son of William 

T. G. W., M.D., 5, Lansdowne Terrace, Bow. VIII. 1872. 

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 

Oct. 8. Henry Bartholomew Coward, aged 9, son of John H. C, 

clergyman. Amen Corner. VIII. 1873. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1878 ; Curate of St. Anne's, 
Lambeth. 
„ 11. Arthur Wellington South, aged 11, son of Robert S., clergy- 
man, Christ's Hospital. VIII. 1871. 

Captain, 1870-71 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Jesus College, Cambridge ; 
Minor Scholar, 1871 ; Abbott (University) Scholar, 1872 ; B.A. (First 
Class Classical Tripo.s), 1875 ; Fellow of Jesus, 1876-79 ; in Holy 
Orders ; Honorary Secretary of the Colet Memorial Fund ; died 
December 31, 1879. 

Charles Bussell, aged 10, son of T. A. B., gentleman, 
Blackheath Park. VII. 1869. 

Died December 20, 1869. 

„ 12. Francis Pierrepoint Barnard, aged 9, son of A. F. B., solicitor, 
7, Broad Street Buildings. VIII. 1873. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1877 ; 
M.A. 1880; Assistant Master P.eading Grammar School, 1878-80; 
Head Master of the Islington High School. 

„ 14. Percy Saunders, aged 10, son of F. W. S., police receiver, 
Guiklhall. VII. 1871. 

„ 18. Owen Charles Quekett, aged 9, son of J. Q. {deceased), 
Westbourne Terrace. VIII. 1872. 

„ 20. Philip Richard Steele, aged 10, son of R. P. S., secretary, 
Royal Exchange Assurance. VII. 1872. 

Clerk in the Metropolitan Life Insiu-ance Sociiity. 



1 864] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 349 

Admitted. 

Oct. 19. George Huntley Eead, aged 9, son of G. TJ. R., merchant's 
clerk, 31, Pembroke Road, Kensington. 1870. 

Auctioneer and Surveyor. 

„ 22. William Smiles, aged 11, son of William S., M.D., Bedford 

Square. VI. 1869. 

Nov. 4. Edward Forbes Lankester, aged 9, son of E. L., physician, 

Savile Row. VIIL 1873. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford; Scholar, 1873; 
Second Class (Classics) Moderations, 1875 ; First Class (Lit. Hum.), 
1877 ; B.A. ; called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1878. 

„ 18. Robert Henry Hill, aged 11, son of — , clergyman, Green- 
wich. VIIL 1872. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, (previously 
Scholar of Magdalen Hall) ; B.A. 1876. 

1865 

Jan. 21. William Frederick Fearn, aged 13, son of George F., 
accountant, G.E.R., Stratford. VI. 1871. 

Solicitor, Great Eastern Railway Company. 
„ 23. Herbert Alban Williams, aged 10, son of H. W., clerk, 
Tower Hill. VIIL 1873. 

St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1877 ; M.A. 1881 ; Curate of 
Christ Church, Southport, Lancashire. 

„ 24. Robert Lindow Can-, aged 9, son of C. H. C, clerk, Lime- 
house. VIIL 1873. 

Keen Scholarship, 1873 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1877 ; M.A. 1880 ; Second Master 
in the Collegiate School, Swansea, 1878 — 80 ; Curate of Arlecdon, 
Cumberland. 

John Meredith, aged 11, son of — M. {deceased), Gordon 

Square. IV. 1869. 

Feb. 11. John Henry Saunders, aged 9, son of Robert S., gentleman, 

Croydon. 

„ 13. Charles Mojrtimer McAnally, aged 10, son of D. McA., 

clergyman, Penge. VI. 1867. 

Removed from the School for ill health ; subsequently entered King's 
College School ; Magdalene College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1876 ; Curate of 
St. Jude's, South Kensington. 

Robert Bickersteth Miller, aged 11, son of J. M. (dfccased), 
clergyman, Hampton. VIIL 1870. 

King's College Hosjiital, London ; Prize (Morbid Anatomy), 1873 ; 
M.R.C.S. 1874 ; died March 12, 1878. 

Mar. 7. Edmund Dean, aged 10, son of A. W. D., merchant, 

Regent's Park. I. 1866- 

., 24. George Thomas Atkinson, aged 9, son of — A. (deceased), 

78, Clifton Road, St. John's Wood. VIIL 1874. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Magdalen College, Oxford ; Demy, 1873 ; 
First Class (Classics) Moderations, 1876. 

Ernest Walter Benson, aged 9, son of George B., lay vicar, 
Westminster Abbey. 1874. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1878 ; King's 
College Hospital ; M.R.C.S.; M.B. ; practised at Bath; died 1882. 



350 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAULS SCHOOL. [1865 

Admitted. 

Mar. 30. William Edward Lee, aged 11, son of — L. (deceased), 

177, Euston Road. 
April 7. George Batliurst Long, aged 9, son of W. B. L., clerk. West 

Croydon. 
Clerk in the household of H. R. H. Prince of Wales ; Secretary of the 

Old Pauline Club, 1883. 
May 9. Herbert Duke, aged 11, son of Thomas D., surgeon, 

272, Kennington Park Road. V. 1869. 

London University (I\Iathematical Prize); Guv's Hospital; M.B. ; 
M.R.C.S. 1875 ; Colonial Surgeon, Norfolk Island, 1878-79 ; deceased. 

„ 18. Ai'tliur Edward Newbury Brown, aged 9, son of R. G. B., 
M.D., Hampstead. 

JoHANNE Henrico C. McGill, Capitaneo. 

Admitted September 30, 1856. 

Sept. 27. Maurice Otho Stanislaus G. Kowalski, aged 9, son of John 
J. K., gentleman, Coleman Street. VIII. 1874. 

Caius College, Cambridge ; called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 
1879. 

„ 28. Arthur Montagu Ashley, aged 9, son of W. H. S. A., 
physician, Ladbroke Square. 1874. 

Grandson of Admii'al Thomas Gill (died 1874), who claimed descent 
from Rev. Alexander Gill, High Master (1608-35). 

Walter Hollo way Legh Helmore, aged 10, son of Thomas H., 
clergyman, Cheyne Walk. 

Clerk in the Sun Fire Insurance Office. 

Oct. 6. Henry Richards Ray, aged 9, son of R. R., secretary, 

Mecklenburgh Square. 1873. 

Clerk in the Westminster Fire Insurance Office. 

„ 16. Thomas Seymour Tuke, aged 9, son of Thomas H. T., M.D., 

Albemarle Street. VIII. 1874. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Brasenose College, Oxford ; B.A. 1878. 

„ 18. William Manfield Rhodes, aged 11, son of Charles Henry R., 

solicitor, East Molesey. VIII. 1873. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Caius College, Cambridge (Scholar, 1874) ; 

B.A. 1877. 

Walter Reginald Scott, aged 11, son of Thomas S., clerk, 

East Moseley (sic). III. 1869. 

„ 23. Thomas Walter Thompson, aged 11, son of Thomas T., civil 

engineer. Great Coram Street. V. 1870. 

Nov. 13. William Lambert Hotchkin, aged 12, son of W. L. H., ship 

insurance broker, Pembroke Road. VI. 1870. 



1866 

Feb. 12. Charles Comber Arnold, aged 9, son of A. A., gentleman, 
Hadley Green. VIII. 1875. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, New College, Oxford ; B.A. 1879 ; M. A. 1882 ; 
called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1880. 



1 866] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 351 

Ad mitt I'd. 

Feb. 19. Brook Muriel Lacey, aged 9, son of J. L., surgeon, Welling- 

Street, Southwark. 1874. 

„ 22. Richard Herbert Boys, aged 10, son of M. J. T. B., late 

archdeacon of Bombay, All Saints, Brixton. VI. 1872. 

Clerk in tlie Chartered ilercantile Bank of India and Cliiua. 

„ 26. Godfrey Charles Morgan, aged 11, son of D. R. M., silk 
mercer, Belvedere, Kent. III. 1870. 

„ 28. Charles James Williamson, aged 10, son of W. W. (deceased), 

Doughty Street. V. 187L 

Mar. 1. George Hay Young, aged 9, son of Charles V. Y., solicitor, 

21, Ai-bour Square. VIII. 1873^ 

Solicitor ; practising in London. 

Robert Valence Milligan, aged 10, son of H. M. M., clergy- 
man, Althorn, Maldon. I. 1868. 
Horace Woodburn Kirby, aged 11, son of E. A. K., surgeon, 
Gordon Square. IV. 1870. 
„ 5. Richard Cogan Mason, aged 10, son of Joseph W. M., surgeon. 
Church Street, Stoke Newington. 1874. 
Solicitor, admitted 1881 ; practising in London. 

Sept. 11. Herbert Augustus Syms, aged 10, son of Edward S., 
secretary. South Lambeth. IV. 1871. 

Clerk in the Home Civil Service. 

John Field Savory, aged 11, son of Thomas H. S., chemist, 
Harewood Square. VI. 1872. 

Pharmaceutical Society, London. 

„ 14. Leonard Christie Ray, aged 9, son of R. R., secretary, 
Mecklenburgh Square. VII. 1875. 

Clerk in the Atlas Assurance OiSce. 



JoHANNE Richardson Illingworth, Capitaneo. 

Admitted October 9, 1857. 

Oct 5. Stanhope Cresswell Daniel, aged 14, son of H. M. D., solicitor, 
11, Lansdowne Crescent. V. 1870. 

Grenada, West Indies. 

George Christopher Berry man, aged 11, son of J. W. B., 

clergyman, Westbeach. V. 1871. 

„ 11. Henry Stewart Ross, aged 9, son of J. L. R., clergyman, 

St. George's-in-the-East. 1875. 

Agricultural College, Cirencester. 

„ 16. Arnold Joseph Wallis, aged 9, son of J. W., clergyman, 
Lansdowne Crescent. VIII. 1875. 

Campden P^xhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge (Exhibitioner 
1873, Scholar 1875) ; Peny Exhibitioner, 1876-79 ; B.A. (Fourth 
Wrangler), 1879 ; Smith's Prizeman, 1879 ; Fellow of Corpus, 1879. 

„ 22. Robert Addison Newman, aged 11, son of R. W. N., 
barrister, 65, Wood Street, Woolwich. V. 1872. 



352 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1866 

Admitted^ 

Oct. 30. John James Goodeve Lamb, aged 1 1, son of John L., librarian, 
King's College, 31«, South Miller Street. VIII. 1874. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Hertford College, Oxford (Exhibitioner, Wad- 
ham College, 1874) ; Second Class (Classics) Moderations, 1876 ; 
M.A. ; Second Master, Great Yarmouth Grammar School. 

Charles Walter Kellj^ aged 10, son of H. P. K., clergyman. 
Hove, near Brighton. VIII. 1873. 

Banker's Clerk, Brighton. 

Nov. 1. Edward Francis Williams Hudson, aged 9, son of E. T. H., 
clergyman, St. Paul's School. VIII. 1876. 

Captain, 1875-76 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge ; Stock Exhibitioner, 1877 ; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1879 ; 
B.A. (Third Class Classical Tripos) 1880 ; M.A. 1883 ; in Holy Orders, 
Deacon, 1883. 

„ 3. John Stewart Norman, aged 11, son of W. N., clergyman, 

Wanstead. VIII. 1872. 

Captain, 1872-73 ; Campden Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, 

Cambridge ; Mawson Scholar ; B.A. 1877 ; Assistant Master, High 

School, Plymouth. 

„ 24. Robert Howard White, aged 9, son of Thomas W., gentle- 
man farmer, 48, Portland Place. 1875. 
Lieutenant, Duke of Cambridge's Own, Middlesex Eegiment. 

1867 

Mar. 1. Launcelot Charles D'Auvergne Lipscombe, aged 11, son of 
John T., M.D., St. Albans. VIII. 1874. 

Clerk in the Court of Probate, 1874 ; called to the Bar (Middle 
Temple), 1879. 

„ 12. William Ansell, aged 11, son of William A., cashier. Atlas 

Insurance Oflice ; Ilford. 
„ 19. Thomas Beard Cass, aged 10, son of John C, manager. 

Perry Hill, Sydenham. 1872. 

„ 29. James Murray Irwin, aged 9, son of J. W. I., clergyman, 

Manor Cunningham, Ireland. 1872. 

Apr. 2. James Brettell Heywood, aged 9, son of J. G. H., clergyman, 

22, Bedford Place, Russell Square. VIIL 1875. 

Captain, 1873-7.'5 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge (Scholar, 1876) ; Sykes Exhibitioner, 1877 ; B.A. (Third 
Class Classical Tripos), 1879. 

„ 9. Hugh Leslie Petrel Ansted, aged 10, son of D. T. A., pro- 
fessor of geology, 33, Brunswick Square. VIIL 1874. 

,, 10. Charles Edward Baker, aged 11, son of Edward Thomas B., 
gentleman, 43, Hungerford Row, HoUoway. IV. 1872. 

„ 30. William S. McMurtrie, aged 9, son of James M., commercial 
traveller, 1, Frederick Villas, Hackney. VIIL 1876. 

Clerk in Probate Court, Somerset House. 

July 12. Kennard Golbourne Metcalfe, aged 9, son of F. M., clergy- 
man, Upper Hardres Rectory, Canterbury. VIIL 1876. 

Campden Exhibitioner (postponed till 1877), Sidney Sussex College, 
Cambridge (Scholar, 1877) : B.A. (Third Cla.ss Classical Tripos), 
1881. 



186/] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 353 

Admitted. 

July 30. Louis Stephen White, aged 11, son of Thomas W., coal 
merchant, Upper Thames Street. 1875. 

Pauline Exhibitionei-, Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1879. 



Hekberto Cowie, Capitaneo. 

Admitted December 13, 1861. 

Sept. 10. Wyndham Charles Watson, aged 11, son of J. W. W., 
merchant, 2, Water Lane. IV. 1872. 

Portuguese Mercliant. 

„ 12. Herbert Austen Powell, aged 9, son of W. M. P., M.D., 
Wandsworth. VI. 1873. 

„ 13. Henry Charles Savory, aged 10, son of — S. {deceased), 
Harewood Square. VIII. 1874. 

Finished his education on the Continent ; Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
Seaforth Highlanders (Highland Rifle Militia), September, 1882. 

„ 24. William Henry Mole, aged 11, son of J. H. M., artist, 

6, Lambs Conduit Place, Guildford Street. VL 1871. 
Oct. 1. Clement Ernest Rust, aged 11, son of George R., clergyman, 

31, Bedford Square, VIII. 1875, 

Pauline Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Oxford ; died 1881. 

„ 2. George Graham Stanham, aged 9, son of George S., clergy- 
man, Merton Road, Tooting. 1874. 

„ 9. Clement Arthur Stanbridge, aged 9, son of J. W. S., silk 
merchant, 55, Pitfield Street, Hoxton. 

Engineer's clerk. 

„ 10. Ernest Henry Glaisher, aged 9, son of James G., meteor- 
ologist, Blackheath. VIII. 1877. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Keen Scholar, 
1877 ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1881 ; Curator of the Museum, George 
Town, Demerara. 

„ 14. Henry Stuart Upton, aged 12, son of R. B. U., solicitor, 

Blackheath". 
„ 16. Herbert Henry Boyer, aged 9, son of Henry B., clerk, 

7, The TeiTace, Stamford Hill. 1875. 

King's College, London ; Clerk in the Bank of England. 

„ 17. Herbert Arthur Trower, aged 14, son of Arthur T., clergy- 
man, St. James, Hatcham. VII. 1870. 

Clerk in the Commercial Union Insurance Company. 
Charles Maclean Crokat, aged 10, son of Charles C, gentle- 
man, Somerset Villa, Granville Park, Blackheath. 1873. 

Died July 10, 1873, aged 15. 
„ 18, William Edward Windle, aged 11, son of William W., 
clergyman, 53, Doughty Street. VIII. 1875. 

Campden Exhibitioner, Worcester College, Oxford ; Third Class 
(Classics) Moderations, 1877 ; B.A. 1878 ; M.A. 1882. 

Dec. 12. Ernest Whitfield Loehlein, aged 9, son of R. J. B. L., 
H.M. Household, Windsor Castle. VIIL 1875. 

University College, London. 

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354 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



1868 

Admitted. 

Jan. 24. George Herbert Damant, aged 11, son of H. J. D., solicitor, 
Cowes, Isle of Wight. VIII. 1874. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Hertford College, Oxford (Lusby Scholar) ; 
Second Class (Classics) Moderations, 1876. 

Apr. 28. John Eldon Keene, aged 11, son of John E. K., clerk in Bank 

of England, 15, Lonsdale Road, Barnes. VI. 1873. 

Clerk in the Bank of England. 

Richard Francis Herring, aged 10, son of Richard H., 
stationer, Watling Street. VI. 1874. 

King's College, London (Theological Department) ; Trench Prize- 
man, 1879 ; Theological Associate (First Class), 1880 ; University 
College, Durham ; B.A. 1881 ; Deacon, 1881 ; Priest, 1882 ; Member 
of Newcastle Diocesan Conference, 1883. 

Arthuro Fynes Clinton, Capitanco. 

Admitted March 9, 1861. 

July 15. Stephen Thomas Salter, aged 10, son of Stephen S., 
architect, 28, Woburn Place, Russell Square. VIII. 1876. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; Keen Scholar, 
1876 ; B.A. ; St. George's Hospital, London ; M.R.C.S. 

„ 17. William John Sparrow Simpson, aged 9, son of W. J. S., 
clergyman, St. Matthew's, Friday Street. VIII. 1878. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner ; Chancellor's 
Medal for English Verse, 1879 ; B.A. (First Class Theological Tripos), 
1882 ; Curate of Christ Church, Albany Street. 

Henry Harvey Blake, aged 11, son of C. L. B., chemist, 

47, Piccadilly. 
Percy Alfred Eccles Aston, aged 11, son of J. S. A., 

Bounty Office, 20, Pembroke Crescent. V. 1871. 

Died 1881. 
Carrington John Forster, aged 10, son of H. R. F., wine 

merchant, 30, Brunswick Square. VIII. 1876. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Oxford. 

Frederick Sydney Sumner, aged 11, son of W. A. S., 
suro-eon, 35, Wellington Road. 1874. 

Charles Benjamin Peter Groves, aged 11, son of Francis 
Henry G., architect, 15, Guildford Street, South 
Lambeth. II. 1869. 

Oct. 2. Alfred Ernest Woodforde, aged 11, son of W. T. G. W., 
physician, Bromley, Middlesex. VII. 1875. 

King's College, London. 

John Hooley Ella Bailey, aged 10, son of J. G. B., 
accountant, 7, Mornington Road, Bow Road. VIII. 1877. 

Cambridge University (unattached) ; migrated to Corpus Chiisti 
College; Stock and Sykes E.xhibitioner, 1880; B.A. (Junior Op.), 
1882. 
Alfred Robert Welham, aged 12, son of A. R. W., merchant, 
35, Doddington Grove, Kennington. 



1 868] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 355 

Admitted. 

Oct. 2. Stephen Chapman Fyler Townsend, aged 9, son of G. F. T., 

clergyman, St. Michael's, Covent Garden. VIII. 1877. 

EJiuburgh, auJ St. Bartliolomew's Hospital ; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1883. 

„ 11. Ernest Ewbank Rhodes, aged 10, son of C. H. R. R., 
solicitor. East Moulsey. 1875. 

John Maurice ScRulhof, aged 10, son of M. S., physician, 
46, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square. VIII. 1878. 

Captain, 1876-77 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; Minor Scholar, 1877 ; Foundation Scholar, 1879 ; Terry 
Exhibitioner; B.A. (First Class Classical Tripos), 1881; Assistant 
Master, St. Paul's School, 1882. 

Nov. 25. William Walter Read, aged 11, son of G. N. R., broker, 
16, Pembroke Road, Kensington. VII. 1873. 

Accountant and Auditor. 

1869 

Feb. 17. Roger Kynaston, aged 10, son of William K., warehouse- 
man, 4, Gresham Street. VII. 1873. 

Paris University. 
„ 20. Sherard Montague Statham, aged 9, son of F. S., clergy- 
man, Walworth. VIII. 

Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1880 ; in Holy Orders ; Deacon, 
1882 ; Priest, 1883. 

„ 23. John Montagu Cadman, aged 12, son of William C, clergy- 
man, Marylebone. VIII. 1874. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Keen Scholar, 
1874 ; Perry Exhibitioner, 1875 ; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882; Curate of 
St. George's, Bloomsbury. 

„ 27. William French Mayhew, aged 11, son of — M. (deceased), 
64, Guildford Street, Russell Square. VIII. 1876. 

Pauline Exhibitioner (resigned). 
Mar. 2. Robert John Boyle, aged 14, son of — B. (deceased), 
14, Ely I^ace. VII. 1871. 

„ 3. Ernest Gerard Windle, aged 11, son of William W., clergy- 
man, Park Street. 1874. 

Tea Planter (India). 

„ 23. Vernon Travers, aged 9, son of Otho T., gentleman farmer, 
Cheam, Epsom, Surrey. 1874. 

„ 24. Henry Edward William le Wingfield Yates, aged 11, son 
of — , Colonel R. A., Colney, St. Alban's. VIII. 1875 

Irish Constabulary, 1882. 

Frederico Viviano Knox, Capitaneo. 

Admitted September 9, 1863. 

July 14. Herbert William Brown, aged 9, son of J. W. B., tea 
merchant. Queens Road, Peckham. VIII. 1879. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cambridge ; Keen Scholar, 
1878 (resigned), and 1879 ; Exhibitoner of Trinity, 1879 ; Perry 
Exhibitioner ; B.A. (Senior Op.), 1882 ; First Class Home Civil 
Service, 1883 (Admiralty). 

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356 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1869 

AdmUlcd. 

Sept. 3. Henry John Bassett, aged 10, son of H. B., gentleman, 
Ingham, near Lincoln. VIII. 1877. 

St. John's College, Oxford. 

Alfred Owen Lankester, aged 9, son of E. L., coroner, 
8, Saville Row. 1875. 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 

„ 8. Alfred Benevento Salvatori Mori, aged 10, son of F. M., 
composer of music, 22, Aberdeen Place. 1874. 

Wine Merchant, Bordeaux. 

Dudley Stuart Septimus White, aged 9, son of Thomas W., 
gentleman farmer, 48, Portland Place. 1877. 

Clerk in a Solicitor's Office. 

„ 14. Jocelyn Cotterill, aged 10, son of W. C, underwriter, 

Throgmorton Street. 1876. 

„ 21. Rayner Edward William Cosens, aged 11, son of W. R. C, 

clergyman, Bessborough Gardens, Pimlico. II. 1870. 
„ 22. Cyril Herbert Sharpe, aged 9, son of W. R. S., clergyman, 

St. Chad's, Haggerston. 1877. 

Robert Campbell Crokat, aged 13, son of C. C, gentleman, 

Somerset Villa, Granville Park, Blackheath. VIII. 1874. 
Pauline Exhibitioner, Keble College, Oxford ; B.A. 1878 ; 

M.A. 1879; Curate of Stourpaine and Stepleton Iwerne, Dorset. 

Nov. 23. Charles Robert Elderton, aged 13, son of F. F. E., secretary, 
11, Uxbridge Road, Surbiton. III. 1872. 

Clerk in the Commercial Union Assurance Company. 



1870 



Jan. 18. Charles James AndreAvs, aged 13, son of C. H. A., clergy- 
man, St. Luke's Vicarage, Kentish Town. VIII. 1875. 

St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1878 ; Ely Theological 
College, 1878-9 ; Curate of St. Gregory, Sudbury. 

William Henry Mitchell, aged 13, son of Thomas M., 
clergyman, Slough. I. 1871. 

Eccles Aston, aged 11, son of F. A., barrister, 13, Pem- 
broke Gardens. 1874. 

Keith Canijibell Baines, aged 11, sou of — B. (deceased), 
Sylvan Road, Snaresbrook. 1874. 

Louis Campbell Baines, aged 9, son of — B. {deceased), 
Sylvan Road, Snaresbrook. VI. 1875. 

Edward Ay ton Safford, aged 10, son of — S. (deceased), 
20, Townshend Villas, Richmond. 
Clerk in a Solicitor's Office, articled, 1876. 

Edward Otter, aged 10, son of Charles O., examiner, Rolls 
Yard. 

Canada. 

William Lever Keene, aged 9, son of J. E. K., bank clerk, 
15, Lonsdale Road, Barnes. 



i87oJ SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. • 357 

Admitted. 

Jan, 19. William Eastwick Cotes, aged 12, son of C W. E. C, 
officer. Hammersmith. VIII. 1875. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; in Holy Orders. 

„ 24. Reginald Gwynne Templer, aged 11, son of R. W. T, 
solicitor, Teignmouth, Devon. VI. 1875. 

Solicitor's Ottice^articled), Teignmouth, Devon. 

Mar. 4, Edward Ward Lewis, aged 9, son of H. C. L., accountant, 
Aylesbury. 
„ 5. Charles Edward Henry Cotes, aged 10, son of C. E. C, 
Major, Hammersmith. VIII. 1877. 

St. George's Hospital. 
„ 30. Thomas Charlton Wilson, aged 9, son of James W., clergy- 
man. Holy Trinity, Rotherhithe. VII. 1876, 
„ 31. Thomas Holt Hill, aged 9, son of P. G. H., clergyman, 
Montague Place. 1878. 

Clerk in tlie Bank of England. 
Apr. 13. Francis Christie Ray, aged 9, son of Richard R., secretary, 

Mecklenburgh Square. 1878. 

June 1. Frank Holt Johnson, aged 13, son of — J. (deceased), 

Plaistow, Kent. VII. 1870. 

Aetuko Wellingtonio South, Capitanco. 

Admitted October 11, 1864. 

Sept. 6. Lawrence Gwynne Templer, aged 11, son of R. W. T., 
solicitor, Teignmouth, Devon. 1875. 

Lieutenant, Durham Light Infantry (106tli). 

„ 7. Sydney Flower Jackson, aged 13, son of J. F. J., merchant, 
Bourne House, Bexley, Kent. VIII. 1875. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Oxford. 

Francis Cumming Lear, aged 9, son of F. L., captain, 
7, Montague Place, Russell Square. 1874. 

George Herbert Arthur Woodforde, aged 11, son of 
W. F. G. W., physician, Bromley St. Leonard.*^, 
Middlesex. VIII. 1877. 

Hugh Rennie Brown, aged 11, son of John B., tea mer- 
chant, 2, Villas, Queen's Road, Peckham. VIII. 1878. 

Captain, 1877-78 ; Pauline Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge-; Barnes (University) Scholar, 1879 ; B.A. (Third Class Classical 
Tripos), 1882. 

„ 12. John Shearman, aged 15, son of — (dec.), Putney. VIII. 1872. 

Solicitor, admitted 1878 ; practising in London ; ilember of the 
Incorporated Law Society ; F.Pi.G.S. ; Associate of the Surveyor's 
Institute ; Joint Secretary of the Old Pauline Dinner. 

Charles Roff Tamplin, aged 10, son of G. F. T., clerk, 

Essex. 

„ 21. Archibald Keen, aged 10, son of G. K., solicitor, Doctors 

Commons. 1875. 

Oct. 1. Lewis Meadows White, aged 10, son of Lewis B. W., 

clergyman, St. Mary Aldermary. VII. 1878. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. (First Class Geology), 1882. 



358 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1S70 

AdmitUd. 

Oct. 27. Richard Daniel Kesteven, aged 13, son of S. K., merchant, 

Stroud Green, Hornsey. 
Nov. 10. Walter Frederick Wharram Keene, aged 9, son of John K., 

prison officer, 1, Gloucester Cottages, Peckham. 1877. 

Studying for a Pharmaceutical Cliemist. 

Edward Moore Stanham, aged 9, son of George S., clerk, 

Tooting. 
„ 14. Eimer Rogers Showier, aged 12, son of — S. (deceased), 

12, Darnley Road, Hackney. III. 1872. 

Charles James Eaton, aged 15, son of C. R. E., merchant, 

40, Bedford Gardens, Campden HUl. 1873. 

Mercantile Clerk. 

„ 21. Thomas Warren Bullock, aged 10, son of H. B., surgeon. 
Spring Grove, Isleworth. VIII. 1871. 

Matriculated, London University, 1878 ; St. Thomas's Hospital. 

James Hodges, aged 12, son of J. H., clergyman. Shipper, 
Abingdon. 1871. 

Admitted, but afterwards withdrawn, January 19, 1871. 

Leslie Stuart Cree Robertson, aged 10, son of J. R., clergy- 
man, 123, Adelaide Road. VII. 1878. 



1871 

Feb. 1. Charles Strang ways Templer, aged 9, son of R. W. T., 

solicitor, Teignmouth, Devon. VIII. 1878. 

Alfred Ernest Campbell Tonkin, aged 11, son of F. T., 

clergyman, Boscombe. 1875. 

„ 8. Wordsworth Everard Jones, aged 14, son of A. J., clergyman, 

Aske's Hospital. VI. 1874. 

St. Augustine's College, Canterbury ; Clarke Scholar ; Gilbert 
Exhibitioner. 

„ 13. Allen Lockyer Arnold, aged 13, son of W. B. A., shipbroker, 
Drayton. 1873. 

„ 15. Arthur Henry Parnell, aged 9, son of Richard P., clergyman, 
St. Stej^hen's, North Bow. VIII. 1880. 

Merton College, Oxford. 

Apr. 13. Archibald Edward Glover, aged 11, son of R. G., clergyman, 
19, Hilldrop Road, Tufnell Park. VIII. 1878. 

Pauline Exhibitioner, "Worcester College, Oxford ; Third Class 
Classical Moderations, 1881. 

„ 21. Charles Hewitt, aged 9, son of — H. (deceased), 10, Fernell 
Road, Balham. VII. 1874. 

Frederico Wallis, Capitaneo. 

Admitted March 11, 1864. 

June 30. Hugh James Huxley, aged 11, son of W. T. H., merchant, 
57, Hackford Road, Brixton. 



1 87 1] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 359 

Admitted. 

June 30. Herbert Augustine Moore, aged 10, son of Daniel M., 
clergyman, Trinity Churcli, Paddington. VIII. 1879. 

University College, Oxford. 

July 3. Francis John Bedford, aged 9, son of J. B. B., artist, 
6, Fitzroy Street. VIII. 1879. 

"Was Captain, 18?8-79, and geave promise of attaining the highest 
distinctions, but was drowned Augnst 25, 1879, in endeavouring to 
ford the River Tilt on a walk from Braemar to Blair Athol ; had he 
lived to return to School he would have been Captain a second time. 
His friends and schoolfellows founded the Bedford Prize as a memorial 
in 1881. 

Sept. 8. William Hope Gill, aged 15, son of William G., clergyman, 
Hertingfordbury, Herts. 1872. 

„ 12. Edward Taveruer Jones, aged 10, son of Alfred J., clergy- 
man, 7, Whitehall, S.W. III. 1875. 
„ 13. Edward John Cotton Wiseman, aged 10, son of J. W., 
solicitor, New Cross. 1879. 
Clerk in the Bank of England. 

„ 18. Herbert Hugh Davies, aged 12, son of Uriah D., clergyman, 
3, Willow Bridge Road, Islington. VII. 1875. 

Editorial Department, Messrs. Cassell, Better, & Galpin. 

Reginald Whitead Statham, aged 10, son of F, F. S., 
clergyman, Newington. 1877. 

St. Thomas's Hospital ; M.E,.C.S. ; L.A.C. 

„ 19. Charles Frederic Parsons, aged 9, son of P. M. P., civil 

engineer, Melbourne House, Blackheath. 1873. 

„ 21. Herbert Lygon Cutler, aged 9, son of W. H. C, solicitor, 

29, Bedford Square. VIII. 1879. 

Solicitor ; practising in London. 

„ 29. Arthur Penrose McDonell, aged 13, son of George M., 
architect, 9, Coopers Row, E.C. VIII. 1877. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner. 

„ 30. Lawrence Peel Yates, aged 11, son of H. P. Y., Colonel 
R.A., Aldershot. VIII. 1876. 

Stock Exchange. 

Oct. 7. Gerald Keightley Lyster, aged 10, son of A. C. L., clerk, 
Lessness Heath. 1879. 

Clerk in the Bank of England. 

Nov. 24. George Bauke, aged 10, son of A. C. B., government clerk, 

Bayswater. VII. 1877. 

„ 30. Robert Norman Bland, aged 12, son of E. L. B., army. 

Shooters Hill, Woolwich. III. 1873. 



1872 

Jan. 2C. Arthur Stewart Tippets, aged 9, son of J. B. T., gentleman, 
16, Highbury Grove. 1879. 

Articled to a Solicitor. 



380 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1872 

Admitted. 

Jan. 26. Henry Alfred Stern, aged 10, son of H. A. S., clergyman, 

8, Palestine Place. VIII. 1880. 

Exhibitioner (Mathematical) ; Corpus Christi College, Oxford 

(Mathematical Scholar) ; Second Class Mathematical Moderations, 

ISSl ; removed to Cambridge, Downing College. 

Henry White Wallis, aged 10, son of Joseph W., clergyman, 
St. Andrews, Stock well. VIII. 1879. 

E.xhibitiouer (Classical) ; Caius College, Cambridge (Minor Scholar, 
1879) ; first Class Classical Tripos, Part I. ; Carus Greek Testament 
Prize (Undergraduates), 1881 ; First Class Classical Tripos, Part II., 
1883. 

George Ernest Moore, aged 10, son of L. G. M., merchant. 
Grove Place, Hackney. VII. 1877. 

"Walter Aston, aged 9, son of James J. A., barrister, Pem- 
broke Gardens. VI. 1878. 

Stockbroker. 

Henry Kershaw, aged 9, son of — K. (deceased), Canonbury. 
J. Stewart Norman, Capitaneo. 

Admitted November 3, 1866. 

May 1. Arthur Ernest Cowley, aged 10, son of F. T. C, merchant, 
3, South Hill, Forest Hill. VIII. 1879. 

Exhibitioner (Classics), Trinity College, Oxford ; Combe Exhibitioner 
Second Class (Classics) Moderations, 1881. 

June 6. Henry Ingham Everard Palmer, aged 10, son of G. T. P., 

clergyman, 13, Royal Crescent, Netting Hill. 1880. 

„ 18. F. W. K. Bowles, aged 9, son of P. F. B., merchant, 

65, St. George's Road. 
„ 19. John Frederick Kieser, aged 13, son of William K., school- 
master, Pinnel House, Blackheath. VIII. 1877. 
Exhibitioner (Classics), Trinit}' College, Cambridge ; Peny Exhibi- 
tioner ; B.A. (Third Class Classical Tripos), 1882. 

„ 28. Robert M. Armstrong, aged 13, son of William A., clergy- 
man, Cologne Road, Wandsworth. 1877. 
July 4. James Sydney Hunt, aged 13, son of James H. (deceased), 
Linden House, Canterbury. 1875. 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

Charles Jasper Palmer, aged 9, son of G. T. P., clergyman, 
13, Royal Crescent, Notting Hill. VIII. 1880. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. 

Arthur William Gay, aged 9, son of John G., surgeon, 
10, Finsbury Place. VIII. 1880. 

Koyal Military Academy, Woolwich, 1880 ; Lieutenant R.A. 1882. 
Frank Oliver Golding, aged 11, son of William G., merchant, 

7, Belitha Villas, Islington. 
Charles Colville Clabon, aged 10, son of C. B. C, solicitor, 

25, Maslee Terrace, Stockwell. VIII. 1878. 

Institute of Actuaries. 

Thomas Digby Ashmore, aged 10, son of C. T. A., merchant, 
Walthamstow. VIII. 1880. 

Exhibitioner (Classics), Eeble College, Oxford. 



1872] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 361 

Admiitei. 

Sept. 9. Kobert Percival Brown, aged 10, son of John B., merchant's 

clerk, Peckham. VIII. 1880. 

Exhibitioner (Classics), Trinity College, Cambridge ; Scholar, 1882 ; 

Latin Declamation, 1882. 

C. H. Wall, aged 12, son of Charles W., clerk in Inland 

Revenue, Finljorough Road. VII. 1876. 

„ 10. G. Erving Holt, aged 11, son of Robert H. H., barrister, 

Portland Place. VIII. 1877. 

Articled to a Solicitor. 

Henry Morris Bullock, aged 10, son of Henry B., surgeon, 
Spring Grove, Isleworth. 1878. 

St. Thomas's Hospital. 

„ 20. Charles Hillhouse Walker Simpson, aged 9, son of W. J. S., 
clergyman, Kennington. VIII. 1882. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

„ 21. Frank Edward Lemon, aged IS, son of William George L., 
barrister, Montpelier Lodge, Blackheath. VIII. 1878. 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; Perry Exhibitioner ; B.A. (Third Class 
Classical Tripos), 1882. 

Oct. 11. Lewis Colby Price, aged 10, son of R. C. P., surgeon, 

Chiswick. II. 1875. 

„ 15. Frank Auguste Mariette, aged 9, son of C. P. W. M., 

professor of language, Bayswater. 1880. 

Cains College, Cambridge. 

„ 30. Walter Hugh Wilkinson, aged 9, son of W. M. W., solicitor, 
Kingston-on-Thames. 
Nov. 7. Francis Arthur Sayer, aged 9, son of — S. {deceased), 
Kensington Palace. 187-5. 

„ 13. Astley Carrington Roberts, aged 9, son of Bransby R., 
physician, Eastbourne. 1874. 

„ 27. Arthur William Shepard, aged 9, son of J. W. S., clergy- 
man, St. Paul's School. 1881. 
Engineering College, Cooper's Hill. 



1873 

Jan. 7.1 Frederick Wm. Hy. Estwick, aged 13, son of G. E. E., 

gentleman, Hampton Wick. 1875. 

„ 20. Edward Henry Gill, aged 9, son of Robert G, bank clerk, 

Camberwell. 1880. 

„ 24. Arthur John Abbott, aged 12, son of Robert J. H., solicitor, 

Frederick Place. 1879. 

„ 27. James Herbert Menzies, aged 10, son of James M., surgeon, 

Stamford Street. 1879. 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

April 9. Richard Evelyn Estwick, aged 10, son of G. E. E., gentle- 
man, Twickenham. 1878. 

^ The next 10 names are missing in from the Presentations and Mercers' Hall 
the Register and have been recovered Registers. 



362 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1873 

Admitted. 

Apr. 22. Frederick Hale Forsliall, aged 13, son of F. H. F., tutor, 
Forest Hill. IV. 1875. 

Mav 6. Arthur Edward Cutler, aged 9, son of W H. C, solicitor, 
Bedford Square. 1880. 

Mechanical Engineer. 

„ 9. Charles James Jones, aged 11, son of W. L. J., solicitor, 
Spital Square. VIII. 1878. 

„ 15. Richard Rupert Morris, aged 11, son of R. M., farmer, 
Northrop, Flint. II. 1875. 

„ 29. Leonard Strode Cobham, aged 9, son of George C, govern- 
ment clerk, Beddington. I. 1874. 



Jacobo Heywood, Gapitanco. 

Admitted April 2, 1867. 

Sept. 2. James Furze Vickers, aged 15, son of James V., distiller, 

RoehamptoD. 

Charles Furze Vickers, aged 11, son of James V., distiller, 

Roehampton. VII. 1878. 

Sydney Furze Vickers, aged 10, son of James V., distiller, 

Roehampton. 1879. 

Arthur John Elkington, aged 11, son of Alfred B., army 

surgeon, Gillingham Street. VI. 1878. 

Stock Exchange. 

Herbert Williams, aged 11, son of H. H. W., clergyman. 
Upper Norwood. 1878. 

Cavendish College, Cambridge ; B.A. 

„ 8. George Peane Tanner Chave, aged 11, son of E. W. T. C, 
clergyman, Wandsworth. 

„ 23. Herbert Kynaston Hudson, aged 9, son of E. T. H., clergy- 
man, St. Paul's School. 1875. 

Kemoved to Christ's Hospital ; preparing for Holy Orders. 

„ 25. Edmund Upton, aged 12, son of R. B. U. (deceased), Black- 
heath. VIII. 1878. 

London Universitj'^. 
„ 30. Charles E. Felix Claughton, aged 14, son of P. C. C, 
archdeacon of London, 2, Northwich Terrace. 
Edward Wingfield Bowles, aged 9, son of R. F. B., merchant, 
St. George's Road. 1880. 

Oct. 8. Henry Holl, aged 11, son of Henry H., merchant, 
11, Horsbury CJrescent, Notting Hill. 1880. 

,, 20. Ernest Edward Wilson, aged 9, son of James W., clergyman, 
Holy Trinity, Rotherhithe. 1880. 

„ 29. Frederick William Billinge, aged 11, son of G. F. B., 
registrar, Probate Court; 29, Monmouth Road. 1879. 
;. 31. Sydney Vinter, aged 9, sou of J. A. V., artist, Westbourne 
Grove. 1882. 

London University (matriculated, January, 1882). 



1873] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 363 

Admitted. 

Nov. 11. Francis Bernard Caudwell, aged 9, son of F. C, clergyman, 
21, De Beauvoir Square, Kingsland. 1880. 

Removed to Lancing College. 

„ 12. Arthur Lumley Bedwell, aged 9. son of Frederick B., clerk, 
Cheshunt. ' 1880. 

Mercantile clerk. • 

Ferrers Knyvett, aged 9, son of — K. (deceased), 7, Chatham 
Place, Brighton. 1874. 

Removed to Brighton Grammar Scliool. 

WilliaiB Herbert Rose, aged 10, son of H. C. R., M.D., 

Hampstead. 1877. 

Deceased. 

„ 14. Cecil O'Brien Shaw, aged 11, son of Eyre M. S., captain of 
Fire Brigade, WatHng Street. 1879. 

Engineer. 

„ 17. Arthur Washington Clutterbuck, aged 9, son of R. C, 
clergyman, Holfoi'd Square. 1880. 

,, 24. John Charles Stephen Mummery, aged 11, son of J. S. M., 
gentleman, 1, Mercer Terrace, Highgate. V. 1877. 

,, 26. James Moll Linsdell, aged 9, son of James L., estate agent, 
Barking. 1879. 

Dec. 1. Charles Bousfield Huleatt, aged 10, son of Hugh H., clergy- 
man, R.M. Asylum, Chelsea. VIII. 1882. 

Exhibitioner (Classics), Magdalen College, Oxford; Demy, 1881. 



Jan. 



1874 

Oswald Heppel, aged 11, son of George H., schoolmaster, 
Weston-super-Mare. VIII. 1881. 

Preparing for a Civil Engineer. 

Jacobo Heywood, Capitaneo. 

, Admitted April 2, 1867. 

July 9. Archibald Cameron Roberts, aged 9, son of — , barrister, 
7, Gordon Place. VIII. 1883. 

Jesus College, Oxford (Exhibitioner). 

Sept. 2. Charles Sandres Metcalfe, aged 9, son of F. M., clergyman, 
Upper Hardres, Canterbury. 1880. 

Mercantile clerk. 

Henry Percival George Elkington, aged 10, son of A. G. E., 
surgeon-major, Grenadier Guards, 52, Gillingham Street, 
Eccleston Square. 1879. 

St. George's Hospital. 

Douglas Montague Gane, aged 12, son of W. L. G., solicitor, 
276, Amherst Road, Stoke Newington Rd. VIII. 1879. 

Robert Mansel Kirwan, aged 13, son of R. K. (deceased), 
2, Garden Terrace, Putney. 
„ 3. Alfred McGregor Hadow, aged 12, son of C. E. H., clergy- 
man. East Barnet, Herts. 1879. 



364 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1874 

Admitted. 

Sept. 3. Eoland Bensley, aged 11, son of C. B. (fZcccoscr?), Clarendon 
College, Enfield. 1879. 

To enter the Merchant Nary. 

Harry Spencer Venables, aged 9, son of — V. (deceased), 

Hendesbury. 1882. 

George Augustine Hervey, aged 9, son of G. H., clergyman 

(deceased), Hackney Road. 1878. 

„ 7. George L. N. Antrobus, aged 10, son of H. A. (deceased), 

Albion Grove, Stoke Newington. VIII. 1883. 

Exhibitioner (Classics), New College, Oxford. 

George M. Braine, aged 13, son of G. T. B., clergyman, 
21, Lancaster Road, Belsize Park. 1878. 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, L.R.C.P. ; M.R.C.S. 1883. 
John Walter Swayne, aged 9, son of John S., clergyman, 
Caroline Street, Bedford Square. VII. 1882. 

Died in the Midsummer Vacation, 1882. 

„ 10. Robert Clarina Shaw, aged 13, son of E. M. S., captain of 
Fire Brigade, Watling Street. VII. 1878. 

„ 11. Edward Owen E. Leggatt, aged 10, son of W. B. L., civil 
engineer, 22, Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park. VIII. 1881. 

Exhibitioner (Classics), Lincoln College, Oxford (Scholar, 1881) ; 
Indian Civil Service (Fourth Place), 1882. 

John Arthur Heath cote, aged 11, son of John H., gentle- 
man, 82, St. Donatus Road, New Cross. 1879. 
„ 12. Henry William Longden, aged 11, son of W. G. L., clergy- 
man, Belvedere House, Norwood. 1879. 
„ 16. Alfred Edward Alston, aged 12, son of — A. (deceased), 
53, Stanley Street, Town Close, Norwich. VII. 1880. 
Oct. 5. Gerald Stanbridge, aged 10, son of J. W. S., gentleman, 
53, Pitfield Street, Hoxton. 1880. 
„ 11. Lucius Sydney Spooner, aged 11, son of — , archdeacon 
(deceased), Redcliff Gardens. 1875. 
Sept. 5. Joseph David Baxter, aged 12, son of M. B., clerk, 
Brixton. 1878. 
„ 7. William A. H. Barrett, aged 11, son of W. B., vicar choral, 
St. Paul's. V. 1878. 

Durham University. 

Oct. 20. Harold Jaques Law Baty, aged 12, son of — , clergyman 
(deeeased), Roehampton. 1880. 

Studying for Interpretership, Foreign Office. 

„ 21. Herbert Alfred Raynes, aged 12, son of A. T. R., Plum- 
stead. VIII. 1881. 

Exhibitioner (Mathematics), Christ Church, Oxford (Junior Student 
1881) ; Keen Scholar, 1881 ; Second Class (Mathematics) Moderations, 
1883. 

Nov. 3. Arthur William Slater, aged 9, son of Robert S., banker, 
Blackheath. 1883. 

Student Engineer. v 



iS75] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 365- 



1875 

Admitted. 

Jan. 21. Percival Well Windle, aged 14, son of William W., clergy- 
man, Lewisham. VII. 1878. 
Clerk ill the South Western Banking Company. 

„ 30. Eeginald Henry Al-thur Currey, aged 12, son of R. A. C, 

clergyman, Whittington College. 1879. 

May 21. Bernard Secretan, aged 13, son of ■ — , clergyman {deceased), 

Claverton Street. 1880. 

Oxford University (unattached). 

„ 25. Arthur Edward Kelsey, aged 10, son of Arthur K., surgeon, 
Redhill. VIII. 1883. 

London University (Matriculated, 1881) ; Exhibitioner (Science) : 
Trinity College, Cambridge (Exhibition, 1882). 

„ 28. Alfred Bickersteth Cook, aged 13, son of William H. C, 
surgeon, Hampstead. VIII. 1878. 

Mechanical Engineer. 

„ 31. Maurice Charles Dasent, aged 12, son of C. U. D., clergy- 
man. High Cross College, Tottenham. 1879. 
Cavendish College, Cambridge. 

Edwardo Francisco Hudson, Capitaneo. 

Admitted November 1, 1866, 

July 1. Montague George Smith, aged 9, son of A. J. S., clerk, 

25, Talfourd Road, Peckham. 1881. 

Henry John Carpenter, aged 9, son of W. B. C, clergyman, 

50, Highbury Hill. 1879. 

Subsequently at Westminster School. 

^Algernon Leslie Brown, aged 9, son of J. B., merchant, 
Peckham Rye. VIII. 

Captain, 1883-84; Trinity College, Cambridge (Exhibitioner), 1882; 
Minor Scholarship, 1883. 

^Harry Stanley Scrivener, aged 9, son of T. P. S., accountant, 
Surbiton. VIII. 

Demy, Magdalen College, Oxford, 1883 ; Third Monitor, 1883-84. 

Sept. 2. Arthur Courteney Bluett, aged 15, son of F. R. B., accoun- 
tant, 21, Camden Square. III. 1877. 
Arthur Dawson Mil ward, aged 10, son of — , colonel 
(deceased), 1, Acacia Terrace. 1882. 
Leslie James Craufurd, aged 11, son of — , banker {deceased), 
Bayswater. 1880. 
„ 3. Charles Marshall Hill, aged 11, son of J. E. H., solicitor, 
Halifax. 1882. 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

Herbert Richard Laughton, aged 11, son of Richard L, 
surgeon. South Penge. 1880. 

Preliminary Examination for Commissions in the Line ; November, 
1880. 

1 Still in the School, 1884. 



366 SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. [1875 

Admitted. 

Sept. 3. Hubert Charles Phillips, aged 11, son of John P., law 
writer, Hampstead. 1881. 

Preliminary Examiuation for College of Surgeons, 1881. 

Alfred Lyster Shepard, aged 9, son of J. W. S., clergyman, 
St. Paul's School. 1883. 

Electrical engineer. 
„ 6. Arthur Haliburton Ashmore, aged 11, son of Charles T. A., 
merchant, Walthamstow. 1881. 

Rowland Campbell Baines, aged 9, son of — B., (deceased), 
Wanstead. 1879. 

7. Gerard Aston, aged 9, son of John J. A., barrister, Ken- 
sington. 1883. 
London University (Matriculation, 1883). 

John Creasy Tattersall, aged 9, son of J. C. T., clergyman, 

Bethnal Green Road. 1880. 

„ 10. Gustavus Edward Boileau Lowe, aged 9, son of Charles R. L., 

lieutenant, Indian Navy, 16, Glebe Place, King's Road, 

Chelsea. 1876. 

„ 11. Charles Legassick Kingsford, aged 10, son of Charles M. K., 

physician. Upper Clapton. 1880. 

Oct. 11. Charles Dimond Horatio Braine, aged 15, son of G. T. B., 

clergyman, 21, Lancaster Road, Belsize Park. 1877. 

Colonial Civil Service (Jamaica). 

„ 12. Alfred L'vine Menzies, aged 11, son of James M., physician, 
76, Stamford Street, Blackfriars. VIIL 1882. 

Merton College, Oxford (Postmaster, 1882). 

Harold Evelyn Wilkinson, aged 9, son of Walter W., 
Kingston. 
Never attended the school. 

„ 17. Sidney Brewer Mariette, aged 10, son of Charles P. A. M., 
professor of French, 53, Lee Terrace, Blackheath. 1879. 

„ 18. Leonard John Ware, aged 12, sou of Thomas W., nursery- 
man, Tottenham. 1879. 
Francis Walter Hobbs, aged 12, son of Benjamin H., 
gentleman. Upper Clapton. 1879. 

„ 19. John de la Beche Whitlock, aged 10, son of M. L. W., 
commercial clerk, 260, South Lambeth Road. 1881. 



1876 



Jan. 17. ^Archibald Richard Frith Hyslop, aged 9, son of Archbold 
H., East Indian Civil Service, Ealing. VIII. 

Seventh Monitor, 1883-84. 

„ 19. Edward Prescott, aged 9, son of G. F. P., clergyman, Pad- 
dington. 1882. 

King's College, London. 

1 Still in the School, 1884. 



1876] SCHOLARS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 367 

Admitted. 

Jan. 25. Henry Theodore Edward Barlow, aged 12, son of W. H. B., 
clergyman, 180, Upper Street, Islington. VIII. 1882. 
Captain, 1881-2 ; Exhibitioner (Classics), St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge (Exhibitioner, 1882). 

Feb. 5. Arthur Lewis Cribb, aged 11, son of Arthur William C, 

clergyman. Arbour Square, Stepney. 1881. 

Edward Harold Toller, aged 9, son of Edward William T., 

proctor (deceased), 416, Clapham Rise. 1882. 

„ 11. James Lynwood Palmer, aged 9, son of G. P., clergyman, 
Newington. 1879. 

„ 14. William Montagu Clabon, aged 12, son of Charles B. C, 
secretary, 79, Landor Road, Clapham Road. IV. 1878. 

„ 21. Leonard Cutler, aged 11, son of — ^ , solicitor. South Ken- 
sington. 1882. 

London University (Matriculation, June, 1882). 

Apr. 26. ^Sebert Conrad Elton Baty, aged 9, son of — , clergyman, 
(deceased), Easby, Roehampton. VIII. 

1 Still in the School, 1884. 



Here end the Registers, kept by the Captains of the School, of the 
names of Boys admitted on to the Foundation by nomination. 



APPENDICES. 



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APPENDICES. 



APPENDIX A. 
I. 



DEED OF CONVEYANCE OF ESTATES IN BUCKS FROM DEAN 
COLET TO THE MERCERS' COMPANY.i 

To all faithful people of Christ to whom this present writing indented 
shall come, John Colet, Doctor of Laws, Dean of the Cathedral Church 
of St. Paul's, London, greeting in the Lord, know ye that T, the aforesaid 
John Colet, have given, granted, and by this my present deed indented 
have contirmed unto the wardens and commonalty of the Mystery of 
Mercers of the City of London : 

The manor of Vache, in the county of Buckingham, and also four 
messuages, 100 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 
10 acres of wood, and 40s. yearly rent, with the appurtenances in Aston 
Clinton, Wendover, and Sherrington, 4 messuages, 4 tofts, 390 acres of 
land, 22| acres of meadow, 15 J acres of pasture in Weston Turville, 
Bedgrove, Bierton, and Aylesbury ; the manor of Wootton and Ham, 
with the appurtenances, 200 acres of land, 60 acres of meadow, 200 
acres of pasture, 20 acres of wood, and 20s. rent, with the appurtenances 
in Wootton, Ham, and Wadde.^don ; and the manor of Bury, with the 
appurtenances, 2 messuages, 200 acres of land, 25 acres of meadow, 8 
acres of pasture, 60s. rent, and 32 quarters of mixed corn in Wengrave, 
RoLsham, and Bourton ; and the manor of Weston Turville, also called 
the manor of Hyde, 200 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow, 200 acres 
of pasture, and 20s. rent, with the appurtenances in Weston Turville, 
Halton, and Broughton, and 22 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, called 
Wendover lands, lying in the jaarish of Weston Turville aforesaid ; to 
have and to hold all the aforesaid manors, messuages, lands, tenements, 
and other premises, with the appurtenances aforesaid, to the wardens and 
commonalty of the Mystery aforesaid, and their successors for ever, for 
the continuation of a certain school in the churchyard of the Church of 
Saint Paul's for boys in the same school in good manners and literature to 
be taught, and for the support of one master and one usher, or two ushers 

* Repriuted from the Report of the Public Schools Commissioner.s, 1864. 

B B 2 



372 APPENDIX A. -II. 



of the same, and other things necessary there to be done according to the 
ordinances of me, the aforesaid John Colet, my heirs or escheators, thence- 
forth thereafter to be done of the Chief Lords of the Fee by the services 
thenceforth due and of right accustomed ; and I, the aforesaid John Colet, 
for myself and my heirs, will warrant and for ever defend the aforesaid 
manors, tofts, lands, and tenements, and other the premises, with the ap- 
purtenances, against the Abbot of the Monastery of the blessed Peter at 
Westminster, and their successors : And also know ye, that I the afore- 
said John Colet, have appointed, made, and ordained, and in my place by 
these presents have put my beloved in Christ Maurice Hawkbrook and 
William Newbold, my true and lawful attorneys, on this behalf jointly 
and severally to enter upon the manors, lofts, tenements, lands, meadows, 
pastures, woods and rents, with their ajjpurtenances, and all persons 
occupying the same manors, tofts, lands, tenements, and other the 
premises, from thence to put out and expel, and full and peaceable 
possession and seizen is from them taken and had, the aforesaid wardens 
and commonalty of the Mystery aforesaid, either for them on their part 
or their attorney or attornies, full and peaceable possessions and seizen 
of and in all and singular the aforesaid manors, tofts, tenements, lands, 
meadows, pastures, woods, rents and ajipurtenances, for me and in my 
name to deliver seizen according to the form, tenor, and effect of this my 
present deed indented, ratifyiug and confirming firmly and absolutely all 
and whatsoever my aforesaid attorneys in my name shall do or otherwise 
cause to be done in the premises by these presents : In testimony of which 
I have placed my seal to one part of this my present deed indented. 
Given the 12th day of the month of July, a.d. 1511, and in the 3rd year 
of the reign of King Henry the 8th, after the Conquest. 



IT. 

WILL OF DEAN COLET. i 

In the name of God, Amen. — On the 10th day of the month of June, 
AD. one thousand five hundred and fourteen, and in the 6th year of the 
reign of Kiug Henry the VIII., after the Conquest, I, John Colet, Doctor 
of Holy Theology, Dean of the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul's, London, 
Citizen and Mercer of London, and Freeman of the same city, son and 
heir of Sir Henry Colet, Knight, Citizen whilst he lived, and Alderman 
of London, do compose, make, and ordain this my present testament as 
to the disposition of all and singular messuages, lands, and tenements, 
and otlier my hereditaments under written, with their appurtenances, 
within the city of London, after the manner which follows. Imprimis, 
I bequeath and recommend my soul to God Omnipotent, my Creator and 
Saviour, and to the Blessed Mary, His Mother. Item, I the aforesaid 
Jolni Colet, give and bequeath to the wardens and commonalty of the 
IMystery of the Mercery of the city of London, all my messuages, lands, 
tenements, and other hereditaments under wi-itten, viz. one messuage 
with shop, cellars, solars, and all other the appurtenances, situate, lying, 
and being in Soper Lane, in the parishes of Saint Anthony and Saint 
Pancras, in the ward of Cordwainer Street, London, between the lane 
called Soper's Lane on the east part, and the tenement of the prior and 



^ Kepiiuted from the Rejiort of tlie Public Schools Commissioners, 1864. 



i 



APPENDIX A.— II. 373 



convent of the hospital of the Blessed Mary, of Elsyng, London, and the 
tenement apjiertaining to the parish church of St. Mary of Colechurch on 
the west part, and the tenement appertaining to the church of the Blessed 
IMary at London on the south part, and the hall or entry there leading 
from Soper Lane aforesaid unto the hinder gate of the messuage of the 
said prior and convent on the north part, and my said messuage contains 
in land lengthwise in the east part thereof, near Soper's Lane aforesaid, 
between the north and south, one hundred and seventeen feet and one 
inch, and in breadth in the north part near the said hall or entry, 
between the east and west, eighty-six feet and five inches of assize, and 
it contains in length, in the south part thereof, by three several frontis- 
pieces or three several corners ninety three feet and four inches of assize 
within, without the back, which back of the said three fronts contains in 
length, by the south, twenty-nine and a half feet three inches of assize, 
and the middle frontispiece or corner thereof contains, in the south, 
twenty-five feet of assize, and the anterior frontispiece or corner thereof 
contains in length, by the south, thirty-nine and a half feet of assize, 
which make the said length of ninety-four feet three inches, and the 
interior or back of the frontispieces contains in breadth, at the west end 
thereof, forty-four feet three inches of assize, and the middle frontispiece 
tliereof contains, in breadth, at the west end, towards the south, more 
than the said interior frontispiece by twenty-six feet seven and a half 
inches of assize, and the anterior frontispiece thereof contains, in 
breadth, at the west end thereof, towards the south, more than the 
middle frontispiece by fourteen feet and two inches of assize. And also 
all those my two messuages, with their appurtenances, situate and lying 
in the parish of Saint Magnus the Martyr, in the ward of Bridge, Loudon, 
whereof one messuage thereof is situate and lies between the high street 
there, called Bridge Street, on the east part, and the tenement appertain- 
ing to the parish church of Saint Magnus aforesaid on the west and south 
parts, and the high street there, called Thames Street, on the north part, 
and contains in length, in the east part thereof near the said street called 
Bridge Street, between the south and north, ten feet and five inches of 
assize, and in length in the west part thereof, between the south and 
north, ten feet three inches and a half of assize, and in breadth, at the 
north end near Thames Street aforesaid, nine feet and eight inches of 
assize, and in breadth, at the south end thereof, between the east and 
west, nine feet seven inches and a half of assize ; and the other messuage 
thereof is situated and lies in Bridge Street aforesaid, between the street 
of Bridge Street on the east part, and the tenement late of John Brunsop, 
and Agnes his wife, and the tenement late of Dame Tailliard on the west 
and south parts, and the tenement late of Richard Cokks, and Lettice his 
wife, on the north part, and it contains in length, in the north part 
thereof, between the east and west, sixteen feet and seven inches of 
assize, and in breadth, in the south part thereof, between the east and 
west, fifteen feet and eight inches of assize, and in breadth, at the east 
end thereof, near Bridge Street aforesaid, ten feet six inches and a half 
of assize, and in length, at the west end thereof, between the north and 
south, nine feet and six inches of assize, which messuages, lands, and 
tenements, and other the premises, with their appurtenances, were lately 
in the aforesaid Henry Colet's, my father, and which by and after the 
death of the same Henry Colet to me the aforesaid John Colet in heredi- 
tary right did lately descend, and into all and singular which messuages, 
lands, and tenements I, the aforesaid John Colet, by hereditary right, did 



374 APPENDIX A -II. 



lately enter, and took thereof full and peaceable possession and seizen, 
and in my like possession they have hitherto continued, and of the same 
messuages, lands, and tenements, and other the premises, with their 
appurtenances, at present I am solely seized in my demesne as of fee. I 
also, the aforesaid John, do give and bequeath to the aforesaid wardens 
and commonalty of the Mystery aforesaid all that my grammar school 
and the chapel founded in the same, together with the house for the 
master and the other offices of the same school by me lately built and 
constructed upon my land lying near the wall of the churchyard of Saint 
Paul's, London, at the east part thereof, to wit, between the tenement of 
Alice Cruce, widow, on the south part, and the tenement late in the 
tenure of Andrew Renne on the north jJart, containing in length, from 
south to north, one hundred and twenty-two feet of assize, and in breadth, 
from east to west, thirty and three feet of assize ; and moreover all that 
my grammar house, a messuage lately called Paul's Scole, and four shops 
imder the same house or messuage constructed, now in the tenure of 
William Berell, citizen and grocer of London, and Joan his wife, for 
a term of years, situate near Saint Austin's Gate, to wit, between the 
tenement appertaining to the masters or wardens of the Bridge, London, 
in which John Hychcock, citizen and merchant tailor of London, now 
dwells, on the east part, and a certain great gate whose entry leads from 
the highway there to the churchyard of the Cathedral Church aforesaid 
on the west part, containing in length, from the aforesaid tenement iinto 
the great gate aforesaid, fifty- five feet of assize, and in breadth twenty 
feet of assize, which I lately had by gift, grant, and confirmation of John 
Osyer, Benjamin Digby, and Simon Rice, citizens and mercers of the 
aforesaid city, and in which at present I am solely seized in my demesne 
as of fee. And also I give those my two tenements or messuages newly 
built, with the appurtenances, now in the tenure of John Evers, citizen 
and haberdasher of London, situate in the Old Change, Loudon, between 
the tenement now in the tenure of Reginald Jewe, citizen and haber- 
dasher of London, on the south part, and the tenement now in the tenure 
of the said John Ev^ers on the north part, and they contain in length, 
from south to north, twenty-eight feet and four inches of assize, and in 
breadth from east to west, eleven feet of assize, which I lately purchased 
of the mayor and commonalty of the city of London, and in which at 
present I am solely seized in like manner in my demesne as of fee ; and 
moreover, all those my six tenements, with their appurtenances, newly 
liuilt, situate together in the parish of Saint George in Pudding Lane, 
near East Cheap, in the ward of Billingsgate, London, between the 
tenement of the said dean and chapter on the east part, and the lane 
called Pudding Lane on the west part, and the lane called Saint George's 
Lane on the south part, and the tenement of the Mystery of Salters, 
London, called the Scalding House, of old time called Tanners' Hall, on 
the north part ; and the said six tenements contain by land in length, in 
the south part thereof, near the said lane called Saint George's Lane, 
between the east and west, fifty-eight feet and six inches of assize, and in 
length, in the north part thereof, near the said tenement called the 
Scalding House, between the east and west, seventy feet of assize, and in 
breadth, at the west end thereof, near Pudding Lane aforesaid, thirty-six 
feet and three inches of assize, and in breadth, at the east end thereof, 
between the north and south, twenty-six feet and eight inches, which six 
tenements, with their appurtenances, were late the aforesaid Henry 
Colet's, my father, and which by and after the death of him, Henry 



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APPENDIX B.-I. 375 



Colet, to me, the aforesaid John Colet, by hereditary right, lately did 
descend, and into all and singular which six tenements, with their appur- 
tenances, I, the aforesaid John Colet, by hereditary right, did lately enter, 
and took possession and seizen thereof, and in my like possession hitherto 
have continued, and of the same six tenements, with their appurtenances, 
at present I am solely seized in my demesne as of fee ; To have and to hold 
all the aforesaid messuages, tenements, houses, and other the premises, 
with their appurtenances, to the aforesaid wardens and commonalty of 
the Mystery aforesaid, and to their successors for ever, of the chief lords 
of the fee, by the services thereon due, and of right accustomed, for the 
continuation of the aforesaid grammar school, lately, as aforesaid, by me 
in the churchyard of the said Cathedral Church of Saint Paul's constructed 
for boys, in the same school to be taught in good manners and literature, 
and for the sustentation of one master and one usher, or two ushers, of 
the same school, and to other works, uses, and intentions contained and 
specified, or to be contained and specified, in certain indentures between 
the aforesaid wardens and commonalty on one part, and me, the aforesaid 
John Colet, on the other part, of and upon the premises amongst other 
things made or to be made. In witness whereof, to this my present 
testament, I have put my seal, the day and year above written, these 
being witnesses, Edward Shambroke, Nicholas Curlews, William Garrard 
Clerk, Nicholas Kyme, Benjamin Dygby, Simon Rice, citizens and mercers 
of London, Morgan Williams, notary public, William Gouldying, writer, 
William Boureman, Bartholomew Barham, Thomas Odell, William New- 
bold, William Warmyngton, Henry Digby, my servants, and others. 



APPENDIX B. 

STATUTA PAULINA SCHOL^.^ 



Hunc lihellum ego Joarmes Colet tradidi manibus mctgistrj lilij xviij" die 
Junij an°. X'. oncccccxviij. vt eum in scola seruet et obseruet. 

Prologus. 

John Colett the sonne of henry Colett Dean of paulis desyring nothing 
more thanne Educacion and bringing ujip chyldren in good Maners and 
litterature in the yere of our Lorde a m'' fyve hundreth and twelff bylded 
a Scole in the Estende of paulis Church for cliij to be taughte fre in the 

1 [For this transcript of the Statutes, and page being lOi inches by 8, and are 

the notes appended to it, I am indebted to followed by the Amending Ordinances, 

my colleagne, the Rev. J. H. Lupton, Sur- made Jnne 24th, 1602 (Appendix B. II.), 

master of St. Paul's School. — R.B.G.] and by some still more recent ones. The 

^ The Statutes of St. Paul's School book is bound in vellum, having a roinia- 
which follow are copied from the original ture portrait of Dean Colet painted out- 
document, bearing the founder'.s auto- side the first cover, and has been most 
graph, preserved at lilercers' Hall, and carefully preserved. 

which I was allowed to transcribe through In the Britisli Museum there is another 

the kindness of John Watney, Esq., Clerk original copy, marked "Additional and 

ofthe Mercers' Company. They fill twenty- Egerton, 6274." A description of it was 

two pages of a paper-book, the size of the given in the edition of Colet's Dc Sacra- 



376 APPENDIX B.— I. 



same, And ordeyned ther a Maister and a Sarmaister and a Chapelyn with 
sufficient and perpetuall stipendis euer to endure, And sett patrones and 
defenders governours and Rulers of that same Scole the most honest and 
faithful! felowshipp of the mercers of london And forbecause nothing can 
continu long and endure in good ordre withoute lawes and statutis I the 
saide John haue here expressid and shewid my mynde what I wolde 
shulde be truly and diligently obseruid and kept of the sayde Maister 
and Surmaister and Chapelyn and of the mercers governours of the scole 
that in this boke may apperere ^ to what intent I f ounde this Scole. 

Capitulum primum de magistro primario. 

In the Gramer scole founded in the church yarde of paulis at the 
Estende in the yere of our lorde 1512 by John Colett Deane of the same 
church in the honor of Christ Jesu in puericia and of his blessyd Mother 
Mary - Jn that scole shalbe ffirst an high Maister. This high maister in 
doctrine lernyng and techyng shall direct all the scole. This Maister 
shalbe chosen by the wardens and assistence of the Mercery A man 
hoole in body honeste and vertuouse and lernyd in good and clene lateu 
litterature and also in greke yf suyche may be gotten ^ a weddid man a 
single manne or a preste that hath noo benefice with cure nor seruice that 
may lett his due besynes in the scole. 

W The Mercers shall assemble to gither in the Scole housse with suych 
aduyse and counsell of wele litteratur and lernyd menne as they can get, 
they shal chose this maister and geve vnto hym his charge sayng vnto 
hym on this avyse 

:^ Sir we haue chosyn you to be Maister and techer * of this scole to teche 
the Children of the same not allonly good litterature but also good Maners 
certifying you that this is no Rome of continuaunce and perpetuite but 
Tppon your deuty in the scole. And euery yere at Candelmasse whenne 
the Mercers be assembled in the Scole housse ye shall submit you to our 
Examinacion and founde doying your dutye according ye shalle continue, 

mentis Ecdcsicc (1867), p. 3. The Statutes dum, in Colet's own hand : " Of halidayes 

are there written on twelve leaves of paper, and lialfe halydayes all noumbred togyder 

measuring 8^ inches by 6. The hand- in whiche ys no teachinge ther be yn the 

writing of the two is not the same ; and hole yere vii^x and xiij." Seven score and 

from the fact of some interlineations in the thirteen, it will be observed, make 153 ; 

Museum copy being duly inserted in the a number on which more will be said 

text of that at Mercers' Hall, I should presently. 

infer that the former was an earlier draft, ^ appere — m. The form in the text is 
corrected by Colet himself. Both are no doubt a mere slip in writing ; but I 
subscribed by the founder, nianu propria, have preserved the spelling throughout 
and both have marginal notes in his own unchanged, only expanding the con- 
hand. As each is described as " delivered tractions. The marginal marks of l^° 
into the hands of William Lily, June 18th, have also been retained, being made, 
1518, to be kept in the School," it is apparently, by Colet himself, 
probable, unless we suppose duplicate - The situation of the School in St. 
copies to have been so delivered, that the Paul's Churchyard has caused this, its 
one first made was retained by the Dean proper name, to be forgotten, 
himself. This smaller and earlier one — ^ In the Statutes of Merchant Taylors' 
the one now in the Museum — I shall denote School (1561), which follow the present 
by the letter m, for tlie purpose of noticing ones almost verbatim, this same proviso is 
a few various readings. From it is taken retained, though the lapse of fifty years 
the title "Statuta Paulinre Scholae," which must have largely increased the supply of 
is not found in the Mercers' Hall copy ; Greek scholars. 

and it also contains on the reverse of the * The words " and techer " omitted 

first leaf, the following curious niemoran- in M. 



APPENDIX B.— T. 37-; 



other wyse resonable warnyd ye shall content you to departe, and you of 
your partie not warnyd of vs but of your mynde in any season willing to 
departe ye shall geve vs warnyng xij monythes before withoute we can be 
shortlyer well provyded of a nother : 

Also being Maister ye shall not absent you but v^ipon licence of the 
Surveyors for the tyme beyng. 

Also yf eny controuersy and stryff shalbe betwixt you and Sarmaister or 
the Chapleyn of the scole ye shall stande at the direccion of the surveyors 
beyng for that yere 

And yf the chosyn Maister will promyse this thenne admitt him and 
name hym to it and stall him in his sete in the scole and shew hym his 
lodging, that is to sey all the sellers by neth' and the hall the kychyn 
and buttery and over that the hoole story and Chaumbers and in the 
house rooff the little midd chaumber and the galary in the soughside, As 
e^ touching all the story of chaumbers next vnderneth the galaris he shall 
nothyng meddell with all and they shall geve hym the Implementis of his 
house by Indenture.^ 

All these louginggis he shall haue fre with oute eny payment and in 
this lodging he shall dwell and kepe hushold to his power. 

Hys wagis shalbe a merke a weke * and a levery gowne of iiij nobles 
delyueryd in cloth. 

His absence shalbe but onys in the yere and not aboue xxx'' dayes 
whiche he shall take coniunctim or diuisim. 

Yf the Maister be syk of sekenes incurable ^ or fall in to suche age that 
he may not conveniently teche, and hathe benne a man that long and 
laudably hath taught in the scole Thanne let a nother be chosyn And by 
the discrete charite of the mercery lett ther be assignede to the olde 
maister a resonable levynge of x". or other Wyse as it shall seme con- 
venient so that the olde maister after his longe labor in noo wyse be left 
destitute. 

Yf the Maister be syk of sekenesse curable yett neuerthelesse I will he 
shall haue his wagis and in suych sekenes yff he may not teche let hym 
rewarde the vnder maister for his more labour sum what accordyng. 

Yii the vnder Maister be in litterature and in honest lyff acordyng 
thanne the highe maisters Rome vacant let hym be chosyn before a 
nother. 

The hye maister shall haue The Tenement in Stebenhith ^ nowe in the 
handis of Cristofer middelton to resorte vnto which Tenement the Mercers 
shall maynten and repayre. 

1 i.e. beneath. The accommodation house are minutely detailed, and the 
afforded by the High Master's house in incoming tenant, Richard Muloaster (ap- 
1522 is thus stated in a list of the lodgings pointed in 1596) agrees to give up possession 
available for the reception of the retinue of when required. 

Charles V., made when he was about to * A mark (13.s. 4rf.) a week would be 

visit the City in that year: " Pawles £34 13s. Ad. a year. The gown of four 

Churche Yarde. Maister Lylly, scole nobles (6s. M.) would come to £\ Qs. 8d. 

maister ; j hall, iiij chanibres, iiij fether- additional ; making in all £36 a year. 

beddes, j kechin, and other necessaries." — Taking the penny then as equivalent to 

See the Rutland Papers (Camden Society), the shilling now, this would represent 

p. 87. £432 of our money. But many other 

2 Along with the original copy of the considerations would have to come in 
Statutes before described, there is pre- before such a comparison could be fairly 
served at Mercers' Hall, in the same case, made. 

a transcript of them iu an old hand, the * In M this paragi-aph and the next are 

parchment cover of which is a portion of transposed. 

such an indenture as is here referred to. ^ Now Stepney. This was the tenement 

The fi.xtures, &c., of the High Master's specified afterwards, iu the list of houses 



378 APPENDIX B.— I. 



[De Submagistro ^] 

Ther shalbe also a Svirmaister sum manne vertuouse in leving and well 
letterid that shall teche vnder the maister as the hye maister shall 
appoynt hym, sum sengle manne or wedded or a preste that hath noo 
beuifice with cure nor seruice that may lett his due diligence in 
the Scole 

The surmaister the hye maister shall chose as often as the Rome shalbe 
voyde A manne hoole in body and whenne the hye maister hath appointed 
hym vpon one, he shall call to the scole the Surveyours of the scole and 
before them he shall say to the Surmaister on this wise. 

Sir before these my maisters here the Surveyours of this scole I shew 
vnto you that I haue chosyn youe to be vnder maister of this scole and to 
teche al way fro tyme to tyme as T shall appoint youe and supply my 
Rome in my absence whenne it shalbe graunted me by my Maisters the 
Mercers Wardens and Surveyours,^ And for suche more labour in my 
absence I shall somwhatt se to you as my Maisters here shall thinke 
best. 

Thenne the Surveyours shall exhorte that Surmaister diligently to doo his 
deuty And shall saye vnto hym on this wyse Your Rome is noo perpetuite 
but accordyng to your labour and diligence ye shall continue otherwyse 
founde nott acording and resonably warnyd of vs ye shall departe. Yf it 
shalbe soo that any tyme ye will departe of your owne mynde ye shall 
geve us a halff a yere warnyuge 

Yf eny Controuersi be betwixt you and the hye maister ye shall stande 
at oure direction in every thynge. 

Yf he will promyse this, Thenne let the mercers aproue the Eleccion of 
the Surmaister and assigne hym his lodging in the olde chaunge ^ 

His wagis * shalbe vj^ viij''. a weke and a lyvery go%vne of iiij nobles 
delyuered in cloth he shall goo to comyns with the hye maister yf he may 
conveniently 

He shalbe absent in all the yere not aboue xxx" dayes and yet thanne 
for cause resonably and with licence had of the high maister and also of 
the surveyours. 

In sekenesse curable as axis ^ or suych other sekenesse for a tyme he 
shalbe tolleratid and haue his full wagis. 

Yf after his Cumyng he shall seke in to sekenesse incurable as lepry or 

and lands, as let to Cristofer Middelton and " remedies," or occasional play-days, 

for 20.?. a year. It was not the " Great Both masters were not to be absent to- 

Place," also named in the same list, a getlier, that the work of the School might 

mansion adjoining Stepney Church, but a not be interrupted. In the Statutes of 

smaller house in the neighbourhood, on Sevenoaks (1574), which expressly direct 

the east side of "Wliite Horse Street, that "the said School be ordered as the 

Stepney. A view of it is given in the School of Saint Paul's in London," it is 

(?c7iWe;?i«?i.'s i)/rt//nc»w for September, 1818. specified that the masters be not absent 

Sir Henry Colet had lived in the " Great both at once. At Manchester (1524) 

Place " ; but after his death his widow, twenty days was the limit, 

the Dame Christian Colet, removed to the ^ The street still called Old Cliange, 

smaller mansion, the one here assigned as running along the back of the School, 

a country residence for the High Masters of In the first School-building no separate 

St. Paul's. — See Morley's Life of Henry house was provided for the Surmaster, but, 

CorncUtis A(jrippa (1856), i. p. 233. as afterwards stated, he "went to com- 

1 This heading is supplied from M. mons " with the High Master. 

* The limit of absence, both for the * This paragraph and the next are 

High Master and Surmaster, was 30 days transposed in M. 

in the year, — exclusive, of course, of ^ The fchris acccssus of Pliny, an ague- 

" holidays" (Sundays and Saints' Days) fit. 



APPENDIX B.— I. 379 



ffrench pox or after his long labour in the scole fall in to age impotent 
Thenne I committ hym to the cherite of the mercers they of the Cofer^ 
of the scole to provide hym a lyvyng as it may be possible praying theme 
to be charitable in that behalff. 

Of Both Matstres at onys. 

Yf both maistres be syk at onys thenne lett the scole sease for that 
wille 

Yf therbe suyche sekenesse in the Citie contagiouse - that the scole 
cannot continue yet neuerthelesse both Maisters shall haue theyr wagis 
being all way redy for to tech. 

Neyther of thes Maisters shall take offyce of Sectorshipp ^ or proctor- 
shipp or any suych besyneses whiche shall let theyr dylygence and theyr 
necessary labour in the Scole. yf they doo and warnyd laufiilly yf they 
will not seace frome suych besynes thanne lett theyme be warnyd to 
departe. 

Lett the hie Maister se the scole be kept clene by the pore chylde* and 
be swept eaery saterdaye and also the ledys, and fro tyme to tyme to call 
vpon the mercers for necessary reparacions. 

The Chapelyn 

There shalbe also in the Scole a preist that dayly as he can be disposid 
shall sing masse in the chapell of the Scole ^ and pray for the Children to 
prosper in good lyff and in goode litterature to the honour of god and 
oure lorde Crist Jesu. At his masse whenne the bell in the scole shall 
knyll to sacring '^ thenne all the Children in the scole knelyng in theyr 
Settes shall with lyft vpp handis pray in the tyme of sacryng. After the 
sacring whenne the bell knyllith ageyn, they shall sitt downe ageyn to 
theyr lernyng. 

This preist sum good honest and vertuouse manne shalbe chosyn fro 
tyme to tyme by the wardens and assistence of the Mercery he shall 
also lerne or yf he be lerned helpe to teche in the scole yf it shall seme 
conuenient to the hye Maister or ellis not. 

^ The iron chest or coffer mentioned to the archdeacon's court, replies : — 

later on, in which the surplus of the School ,,, , ^ ,., , . 

f 1 t 1 It f ' May I not axe a libel, sire sompnnur, 

lunas was to De Kepr. _ And answer there by ray procuratour ? '• 

^ The visitations of the sweatmg-sickness 

at this period made it necessary to provide The abbey of St. Alban's alone, to take a 

for such a contingency. See the chrono- single instance, had a jurisdiction which 

logical list at the end of Hecker's £pi- gave employment to a separate court, 

deniioi of the Middle Ages. "attended by an adequate number of 

^ " Executorshipp or protectorshipp " — resident Proctors." — See Hale's Precedents 

M. By combining the two readings we and Pleadings (1847), Introduction, p. 

may conclude that the offices meant were xxxi. 

thoseofexecutorsunderwills, and proctors, ■'Such a provision is found in the 
or procurators. Why the latter should be statutes of many schools. Thus at New- 
explained by Carlisle {Endowed Grammar port in Shropshire (1656), the bell was to 
Schools, ii. p. 74) as "privileged beggars, be rung daily "by some poor scholar," 
especially for Hospitals," I cannot say, who was to have 20s. a year for his task, 
unless he was thinking of the old procu- and the seats and desks swept and dusted 
ratorcs monastcrii. The amount of testa- by one or two other boys, who were to 
mentary and other causes brought before receive the same sum. 
the ecclesiastical courts at this time was ° This was at the south end of the 
enormous. In Chaucer's Frercs Tale, the building, near St. Austin's gate. 
old widow, when threatened with a citation "^ i.e. the elevation of the Host. 



380 APPENDIX B.— I. 



He shall haue no benifice with cure nor seruice nor no other office nor 
occupacion but attend allouly vpon the scole he shall teche the children 
the cathechyzon i and Instruction of the artycles of the faith, and the x 
commauudements in Inglish. 

His Wagis shalbe viij". by the yere and lyvery gowne of xxv]\ viij''. 
delyuered in cloth. 

His chaumber and loging shalbe in the newe howsse in the olde chayn ^ 
or in the maistres loging as shalbe thought best. 

He shall not haue his Rome by wrytyng or scale but at libertie acordyng 
to his deseruyng, His absence may be onys in the yere yf it be nede as it 
shall seme best to the Surveyours of the scole for that yere, and thanno 
with licence askyd and obteyued of the saide surveyours. 

In sekenesse he shalbe nothing abriged of his wages But lett it be sene 
that he be holle in body whenne he is chosen. 

Yff he ffall to vnthriftynesse and mysbehauiour, after lefull warnyng 
lett hym be repellid and a nother chosyn within viij dayes, or assone after 
as can be.^ 

The Children. 

There shalbe taught in the scole children of all nacions and countres 
indifferently to the Noumber of a cliii accdrdyng to the noumber of the 
Setys in the scole.* 
De admissione 'j^}^q Maister shall admit these chyldren as they be offerid fro tyme to 
puerorum tjjxie but first se that theye canne ^ the cathechyzon and also that he 
can rede and wryte competently ellis let hym not be admittid in no 
wyse. 

A Chylde at the ffirst admission onys for ever shall pay iiij''. for 

^ This was the Catechism, or elements of contrary is sometimes rather rashly as- 

religions instruction, prefixed by Colet to serted, — ashy a, writeT in Notes ajid Queries 

his Accidence, and forming a kind of (second series, x. p. 254). In a note to 

vestibule or entrance to the Grammar, as liis manuscript Statutes already quoted 

the preparatory School of Catechumens (p. 376) he does indeed mention "seven 

formed a kind of porch, or proscholium, score and thirteen " (153), but only as 

to his Grammar-School proper. Hence the being the total number of holidays in the 

inscription over the entrance was: "Hoe year. Erasmus, writing to Justus Jonas 

vcstihulo catccMzcntur pueri in fide mori- in 1520, describes the foundation of the 

busque Christianis, ncque non pri^nis grain- School, and mentions the fact of the 

niatines rudimentis instituantur, pmisquam number of scholars being fixed — ad certum 

ad proximam hujus scholce classcm ad- nitmerum — but suggests no reason for the 

mittantur." — Stow's Survey, by Strype, limit. Some Latin verses by Lily are 

i. p. 163. preserved, in which he thanks a friend for 

- So in M, but Old Change is plainly a present of fish ; but nothing of the kind 

meant. After "thought best," in the next is alluded to in them, tliough the occasion 

line is added in M "free withe out any might have seemed a tempting one. George 

paymente." Lily, a son of the first High Master, and 

^ It is instructive to note the status of Polydore Vergil, have both left contem- 

tlie Chaplain, as compared with that of porary accounts of the foundation, but 

the masters, in respect of attainments without anj' notice of the number of boys, 

required, amount of stipend, and formalities The same remark applies to the chronicler 

of dismissal. Grafton. Stow, writing in 1598, mentions 

^ It is natural to .suppose that this the number of 153, but is silent as to any 
number was chosen with reference to that supposed reason for it. In fact, the first 
of the Miraculous Draught of Fishes re- writer who connects it with St. John 
corded by St. John (xxi. 11). But it xxi. 11, is Fuller, whose faculty for tracing 
should be remembered that this is after such allusioos is familiar to all. 
all but matter of conjecture. No reason is ^ i.e. "know," as in Chaucer's Pro- 
given by the Founder himself, though the logtie, 212, &c. 



APPENDIX B.— I. 



381 



wiitj'nge of his name This mony of the admissions shall the pore Scoler 
haue that swepith the scole, and kepith the scole cleue.^ 

In euery fl'orme one principall chylde shalbe plasid in the chere presi- 
dent of that tt'orme. 

The Chiklren shall come vnto the scole in the Morning at vij of the 
Clok boeth wynter and somer and tary there vntil a xi and retourne 
ageyn at one of the cloke and depart at v - and thryse in the daye 
prostrate they shall say the players withe due tract and pawsyng as they 
be conteyned in a table in the scole that is to say in the mornyng and at 
none and at evenyng.^ 

In the scole in noo tyme in the yere they shall vse talonght Candill in 
noo Avyse but allonly wex candill at the cost of theyre ffrendis.* 

Also I will thay bryng no mete nor di'iuk nor botellis nor vse in the 
scole no brekefastis nor driukingis ^ in the tyme of lernyng in noo wyse, 
yf they nede drink let theme be provided in sum other place 

I will they vse no kokfighting nor rydyng aboute of victory '^ nor dis- 
puting at sent Bartilmws '' whiche is but folishe babeling and losse of 
tyme. 

I will also they shall haue noo remedies.^ yff the Maister grauntith 



1 By the Amending Ordinances of 1602 
it was directed tliat these duties and some 
others mentioned afterwards shoukl be 
discharged by "some poor scholar or poor 
man." At a later period the entrance fee 
of id. was changed to one of Is., paid to 
the Porter of the School, to whom were 
transferred all the functions of the " poor 
scholar." The offices assigned to the latter 
were still performed by one of the boys, at 
certain Grammar Schools in this couutry, 
within living memory. 

- These hours were left unaltered by the 
Ordinances of 1602 ; only the masters 
were more strictly required to observe 
them, as well as the boys. At some 
schools, such as Kirkby Stephen (1566) 
and Skipton (1548), the hours were from 
six to six, in the summer half-year, with two 
hours' interval between elgven and one. 

^ Two Latin prayers were written by 
Colet himself for use in his School. 
Neither of these is included in the present 
collection, though some of Erasmus's are 
happily still retained. A selection of 
these is read daily by the Captain of the 
School, at the beginning and end of 
morning and afternoon attendance. Such 
a Tabula or " table " as that re fenced to in 
the text is still suspended in the school- 
room at Winchester. 

■* Many conjectures, some rather far- 
fetched, have been founded on this direction. 
The better light and greater cleanliness of 
wax seem the most simple and natural 
reasons for preferring it. Thus in the 
ordinances made in 1608 for Guildford 
School, every scholar was to pay id. at 
Michaelmas, " wherewith shall be bought 
dean ivaxen candles to keep light in the 
school during Winter." — Qaxlialn's Endoircd 
Grammar Schools, ii. p. 567. The use of 



candles at St. Paul's was not superseded 
by gas till 1854. 

* The name of "forenoon drinking" is 
still common in Yorkshire for refreshment 
taken about eleven o'clock. 

^ The cruel pastimes of cock-fighting 
and "cock-throwing" (hurling sticks at 
the head of a live cock, buried up to its 
neck in the earth) are often alluded to in 
the statutes of our old Grammar Schools. 
In many instances they were licensed, and 
"cock-pennies " directed to be brought to 
the schoolmaster on Shrove Tuesday. The 
" riding about of victor}' " was the carrying 
of the boy who won, astride on a pole, on 
the shoulders of his companions. A good 
account of the custom is given by the 
writer of the article on St. Paul's School 
in Wilkinson's Londina lUustrata (1819), 
vol. i. p. 6, who adds that "the abolition 
of this practice was worthy of the good 
sense and humanity of Colet." 

'' Notwithstanding this prohibition, the 
disputings on St. Bartholomew's Eve appear 
to have been joined in by the boys of 
St. Paul's, along with those of Westminster 
School, St. Thomas of Aeons, St. Anthony's, 
and (after 1553) Christ's Hospital. The 
scene was usually " a hanke boorded aboute 
under a tree " at St. Bartholomew's Priory, 
Smithfield, until the surrender of the 
jirioiy to Henry VIII. An interesting 
account of them is given in Stow's Survey 
(1598), p. 55. 

^ As the " holidays " were, properly 
.speaking, the holy days in the calendar, 
the name of "remedy" was given to any 
other day, or part of a daj', allowed for 
relaxation. Thursday afternoon was the 
most usual time (see Fasti, 1573). Thus 
at Newport in Shropshire (1656), it was 
provided that "each Thursday in the 



382 APPENDIX B.— I. 



eny remedies he shall forfett xl". tociens quociens Except the kyng or 
a arche bisshopp or a bisshopp presente in his owne persons in the Scole- 
desyre it. 

Alle these Chyldren shall euery Chyldremasse day come to paulis 
church and here the Chylde Bisshoppis sermon' and after be at the hye 
masse and eche of them offre a j"". to the Childe Bisshopp and with theme 
the Maisters and surveyours of the scole. 

In C4eneran processions ^ whenne they be warnyd they shall goo tweyn 
and tweyn to gither soberly and not sing out but say deuoutly tweyn and 
tweyn vij psalmes with the latany.^ 

To theyr vrin they shall goo thereby to a place appointed and a pore 
Childe of the scole shall se it conveyde a way fro tyme to tyme and haue 
the avayle of the vryn ffor other causis if nede be they shall goo to the 
water syde. 

Yff Eny Chylde after he is receyued and admitted into the scole goo to 
eny other Scole to lerne theraftir the maner of that scole, thenne I will 
that suche chylde for noo mannes suet shalbe hereafter receyved in to our 
scole but goo where hym lest where his ffrendis shall thinke shalbe better 
lernyng, And this I will be shewid vnto his iSreudis or other that offer 
hym at his ffirst presentyng in to the scole. 

What shalbe taught. 

As touchyng in this scole what shalbe taught of the Maisters and lernyd 
of the scolers it passith my wit to devyse and determyn in particuler but 
in generall to speke and sum what to saye my mynde, I wolde they were 
taught al way in good litterature both laten and greke, and goode auctours 
suych as haue the veray Bomayne eliquence Joynyd withe wisdome specially 
Cristyn auctours that wrote theyre wysdome with clene and chast laten 
other* in verse or in prose, for my entent is by thys scole specially to 
increase knowlege and worshipping of god and our lorde Crist Jesu and 
good Cristen lyff and maners in the Children And for that entent I will 
the Chyldren lerne ffirst aboue all the Cathechyzon in Englysh and after 

afternoon, from three of the clock in the worth preserving. A copy, perhaps uniqne, 
summer and from two of the clock in the of the exceedinglj' rare English translation 
winter half-year, shall he a rcmechj or time of Erasmus's Concio, entitled A Sermon of 
of recreation." Holidays are still called the chylde Jesus made by the most famoics 
remedies (remidays) at Winchester. clerkc Doctour Erasmus of Bot^:rdnni To 
^ The Boy-Bishop, or Episcopus Puero- be pronounced ajid preached of a chylde 
rum, was cliosen by the choristers of a vnto chyldren, printed by R. Redman, is in 
cathedral on St. Nicholas' Day (December the possession of G. W. Napier, Esq. , of 
6th) and held office till Innocents' Day Merchistoun, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. 
(December 28th). An account of the - Such a procession of the " chelderne of 
custom will be found in Gregorie's Epis- Powlles scole " to St. Peter's, Cornhill, is 
C02JUS Pucrorum in die Innoccntium, 1649. mentioned in the Grey Friar's Chronicle 
By the Statutes of Henry VI. such a (printed in Monumenta Franciseana, vol. 
Boy-Bishop was to be chosen every St. ii.), under the year 1546. Similar ones in 
Nicholas' Day at Eton College ; and "this 1555 are mentioned in Machyu's D/a;-//, 
abuse," says H. C. Maxwell Lyte, " was pp. 87 and 92, in which " all the men- 
tolerated even by the enlightened Dean clylderyn of the hospetall, and after the 
Colet, who ordered the boys at St. Paul's chylderne of sant Antonys, and tlien all 
to hear a child-bishop preach a sermon on the chyltheryu of Powlles and all ther 
Childermas Day." — History of Eton College, masters and husshcrs," and others, went 
1875, p. 157. As Erasmus wrote a Co?u7'o from St. Paul's to " Leyih'nhall," and 
dc Puero Jesu, to be delivered on such an other places, and then back to the 
occasion, it is probable that both he and Cathedral. 
Colet discerned something in the custom ^ Litany. * i.e. either. 



APPENDIX B.— I. 383 



the accidence that I made or sum other yf eny be better to the purpose to Accidentia 
induce chyldren more spedely to laten spech And thanne Institutum Institutinn 
Christiani homines ^ which that lernyd Erasmus made at my request and X'ani bois 
the boke callid Copia of the same Erasmus And thenne other auctours Copia 
Christian as hictancius prudencius and proba and sedulius and Juuencus vcrboium 
and Baptista Mantuanus ^ and suche other as shalbe tought convenyent Lactautms 
and moste to purpose vnto the true laten spech, all barbary all corrupcion Pioba 
all laten adulterate which ignerant blynde folis brought into this worlde Sedulius 
and with the same hath distayned and poysenyd the old laten spech and •Tuuencus 
the varay Komayne tong which in the tyme of Tully and Salust and ^'^P^ista 
Virgin and Terence was vsid whiche also seint Jerome and seint ambrose 
and seint Austen and many hooly doctors lernyd in theyr tymes, I say 
that fylthynesse and all such abusyon which the later blynde worlde 
brought in which more rathyr may be callid blotterature thenne littera- 
ture ^ I vtterly abbanysh and Exclude oute of this scole and charge the 
Maisters that they tcche all way that is the best and instruct the chyldren 
in greke and Redyng laten in redyng vnto them suych auctours that hathe 
with wisdome Joyned the pure chaste eloquence. 

The Mercers Charge. 

The honorable Company of Mercers of london that is to say the Maister 
and all the Wardens and all the assistence of the feloshipp shall haue alle 
the Cure and charge rule and governnaunce of the scole and theye shall 
euery yere chose of theyr company ij honest and substanciall menne 
callid the Surveyours ' of the scole which in the name of the hoole 
feloship shall take all the charge and besynes aboute the scole for that 
one yere. 

They shall ouersee and receyue all the londis of the scole and see 
theyme repayred fro tyme to tyme by theyr officers. And suych officer 
as they apjioint to be Renter or to other besynes of the scole for his more 
labour in the scole besynes I will he haue xx". a yere and a gowne price 
xiif. iiij''. 

The Surveyours of the scole shall come into the scole vj dayes before 

^ homitics, a slip of the pen for hominis. Erasmus, in his account of Colet in the 

The Christiani Hmninis Institutum was Letter to Jonas : " Inipatieus erat omnium 

a metrical paraphrase by Erasmus of the sordium, adeo ut nee sermonem ferret 

"Catechyzon," or religious rudiments pre- solecum ac barbarie spurcum." No better 

fixed by Colet to his Accidence. It was example could be found of the " barbary 

published, along with Catonis Disticha, and and corruption " so strongly denounced, 

other short pieces, in 1513. For its influ- than what Sir Thomas More has related of 

ence on the Reformation see Churton's the two epitaphs written by him for 

Life of Noivell (1809), p. 153. Henry Abingdon, organist and succentor 

^ For remarks on some of these authors of Wells Cathedral. The first wliich he 

see the Introduction to Colet's Lectures on composed, in classical Latin, did not suit 

/. Corinthians, p. liii. — The Eclogues of the taste of Abingdon's representatives ; 

Raptista Mantuanus (Spagnuoli), the and in jilace of such lines as 

"good old Mantuan" of Love's Labour's 

Lost (iv. 2), are prescribed as a text-book ^°"' '™*^""P/J,T'''1,'''J' Zf.l?=f **' 

.T . '1 . ^\. Ill mi Organa qui scite tangeret, unus erat, 

in the statutes oi several schools. Ihe 

author, a Carmelite friar, died in 1516. he had to write : 

^ In this play on the words, Colet was ,,ifiTi ■ -n^ „„„+„, r, •♦„„*!.„„„ ,-ii„ . 

Ill ii ■ 1 • !■ ii J ■ i- r "JtiUiuus m mule cantor nut optimiis ule ; 

probably thmkmg of the derivation of praeter et hiec ista, fuit optimus orgaquenista." 

"literature," found in Calepinus, the 

gi-eat authority in his day : litcra quasi See Mori Opera (1563), p. 229. 
litura. The vehement language in which * Under the names of Surveyor- Accouiit- 

the debased Latin of the time is here con- ant and Surveyor- Assistant, these officers 

damned, is illustrated by a remark of continued to be appointed till 1876. 



384 APPENDIX B.— I. 



Cristenmasse vj dayes before Ester, vj days before sent John Baptist daye 
and vj dayes before michelmasse and pay the hye maister and the Sur- 
maister the preste theyr quarter wagis and at the Later ende of the yere 
theyr lyvereys in cloth. And onys in the yere they shall geve accompt to 
the Maisters Wardens and assistence of the felowschipp. 

There accompt shalbe aboute Candilmasse' thre dayes afore or thre 
daj'es after candilmasse day. Jn that day appoynted shalbe assembly 
and a lytill dyner ordeyned by the Surveyours not excedyng the price of 
iiij nobles.^ 

In that day theye shall to a Rekenyng all the Estate of the scole and 
see the accompt and discharge the olde Surveyour and to the yonger chose 
an other And in that day after the accompt they shall geve 

To the Maister Warden ^ a noble yf he be present or ellis not, 

To eche of the other Wardens v'. yf they be present or ellis not 

To the Surveyours eche of theme xP. for theyre labours for that 
yere 

ft'or theyr Eyding and visiting of theyr landis to eche of them xP. yf 
they Ride. 

f The Clerk of the Mercery shall inact * all thynggis that day and haue 
( for his labour iij". iiij*. 

j See that the stuarde bringe in his courte Rollis or he haue his 
1 £fe. 

See that the BayllifEs Renewe theyr rentallis euery v 

yere.^ 

Let not the londis of the scole but by they space of V yeres. 

That is sparyd that day in Rewardis and chargis let it be putt in the 
Tresure ^ of the scole. 

They shall diuers tymes in the quarter come to the scole and see how 
they doo. 

Euery yere at the ffoote of the accompt all ordinary chargis doon, the 
over plus of monye whiche at this day is extemyd ^ this I hooly geve to 
the feloshipp of the Mercery to the mayntenyng and supportinge and 
reparyng of all that longith to the scole fro tyme to tyme. 

And albe it my mynde is that they shall haue this Surplesage for 
thentent aboue saide, Yet neuerthelesse I wille the saide Surplesage as 
muych as shalbe sparid of it aboue reparacions and Casueltis at euery 
accompt be brought and put in a Cofer of Iren gevyn of me to the mercery 
standing in theyr hall And ther frome yere to yere remayne a parte by 
it self that it may appere Howe the scole by the owne self mantayneth it 
self.* And at length ouer and aboue the owne lyvelod yf the saide scole 
shall grow to eny ferther charge to the Mercery, that than also that 
may appere to the laude and prayse and Mei'ite of the saide felowshipp. 

^February 2nd, the Festival of the 1841, to the period of 80 years. 

Purification. ^ That is, the Coffer, or iron chest, meu- 

" Extended by the Ordinances of 1602 tioned a little after, 
to such an amount as the Master, Wardens, ' It is just possible that " externyd " 
and Assistants should think fit, "so as the ("put aside" as a balance) may be the 
.same be expended in frugal manner without word here; but it looks most like "ex- 
excess." temyd," which I suppose is for "esteemed," 

3 The Master of the Company, sometimes i.e. "computed," as extuno is found for 

called the Prime "Warden. cxMiino. 

* i.e. enter on the minutes. * By the Amending Ordinances this sur- 

^ By the Amending Ordinances of 1602 plus was directed to be employed in ex- 

tbis short term was extended to 21 years, liiliitions to poor scholars, or to be lent out 

and by later Ordinances of February 6th, upon loan. 



APPENDIX B.— I. 



385 



LiBERTE TO DKCLAEE THE STATUTES. 

An notwithstanding These statutis and ordiuancis before wi-iten in 
whiche I haue declarid my mynde and will, yet because in tyme to cum 
many thingis may and shall surwyne ^ and grow by many occasions and 
causis which at the makyng of this boke was not possible to come to 
mynde In consyderiug the assurid truyth and sircumspect Avisdome and 
faitbfull goodnese of the most -honest and substanciall feloshipp of the 
mercery of London to whome I haue committid all the cure of the scole, 
And trustyng in there fidelite and love that they haue to god and man 
and to the scole, and also beleuyng verely that they shall al way drede the 
greate wrath of god. Bothe all this that is saide, and all that yet is not 
saide which hereafter shall come vnto my mynde whyle I lyve to be saide, 
I leve it hooly to theyr dyscrecion and Charite I meane of the Wardens 
and assistences of the felowshipp with suych other counsell as they shall 
call vnto theme good litlerid and lernyd menne, They to adde and 
diminish vnto this boke and to supply in it euery defaute, And also to 
declare in it euery obscurite and derkenes as tyme and place and iust 
occasion shall requyre calling the dredefull god to loke vppon them.e in all 
suych besynes, And exortiug theme to fere the terrible Jugement of god 
which seith in derkenes and shal rendre to e;iery manne acording to his 
werkes And finally praying the greate Lorde of mercy for theyre ffaitlifull 
dealing in this mater now and al way to sende vnto theme in this worlde 
muych welth and prosperite and after this lyff muych Joy and glorie.' 

The landis of the Scole. 

ffirst of the olde Scole ^ xx'. 

Item the iii j shoppes in the holde of Eerell . . 
Item the Tenementis in brigestrete 

Item the Tenementis in soperlane 

Item the Tenementis in podynglane 

Item the holdis with oute Alsrate 



111]". 




Vllj". vj'. 


viij''. 


vj". xiij'. 


iiij". 


vj". xnj\ 


nij". 


vj". xvllj^ 





Summa xxxiij". xj^ iiij'' 



Item the maners and landes and 
Tenementis in the countie of buk 
Item the INIanor of vach in I 
Barton with the Membres J 
Item the Manor of Berwyk ... 
Item of landis in colche.ster ... 



Summa Ixxij''. ix*. vij''. ob. 



lij". 



VU] '. lllj" 



Vll] . 

iij'\ 



VJ" 



ob. 



X1IJ^ iiij" 



' I.e. supervene. 

" The wisdom and liberality of mind 
shown by the Founder in this section will 
be remarked, no less than the solemnity of 
his langiiage. It was in virtue of the 
authority thus given that the Amending 
Ordinances of 1602 were framed. To the 
more recent and far more sweeping changes 
made by a higher power, or to the "faith- 
ful dealing " of the Mercers' Company, 
most fully admitted even by those chiefly 
instrumental in those changes, it would be 
out of place here to do more than allude. 



^ This building, which I prestune to 
have been the old. Cathedral School, then 
for .some reason disused, is more fully 
described in Colet's Will, dated June 10th, 
151 ■!, as "all that my gi'ammar house a 
messuage lately called Paul's Scole, and 
four shops under the same house or 
messuage constructed, now in the tenure 
of William Berell, citizen and grocer of 
London, and Joan his wife, for a term of 
j-ears, situate near St. Austin's gate." 
Its dimensions are further given as fifty- 
five feet by twenty. (Sec Ajipendix A. ii.). 

C C 



386 



APPENDIX B.— T. 



f Item A Tenement and certeyne closs late ) 
\ in the holde of Willm E,ote by the yere j '" 
( Item A Tenement and a closse late in ) 
( the holde of Clyston / 

Item of a close late in the holde 
of Maister Wellis 
Item a nother Lytyll closse in the ) 
holde of the same Maister Wellis J 
Item a Berne late in the holde '( 
of the same manne f 

/ Item of Edmonnde Rote for iiij acres 
( of lande of the bakesid of Whitehertestrete 
J Item of Cristofer hall for certeyn londe |^ 
( late John at ffenix ^ by the yere j 

Item of the same hall for viij acres \ 
of londe in london ffelde / 

Item of Maister Cristofer Middelton |^ 
for a certeyn Tenement ther j ' ' ' 

Item of iiij lityll Tenementis ther 
Item ix acres pasture next the 
place ther 
Item of a place with gardens ther ^ 



P. 

sxvj". viij''. 
xxiij'. iiij"*. 

V'. 

vj'. viij''. 
v'. 



vij". 



Summa- 



xvij". xj', 



paide vnto the Bisshopp of london yerly ) 

at iiij termes of londis and tenementis before J 

Summa Clara xvj". iij'. viij''. 
Summa Totalis cxxij". iiij^ vij''. ob. 

Whereof deductid for the shoppis in the 
holdying of Berell for a certen tyme 



xvj'. 

xx^ 

xiiij . iiij'' 
xxx^ 
xP. 



lvij°. iiij" 



"ij 



Remayneth Clere cxviij". iiij'. vij''. ob. 

Chargis Ordinary oute 
Paide yerely. 



to the hye Maister 


Iij marc. 




the vnder Maister 


xxvj marc. 




the prest 


viij';. 




theyre ly very 


iiij''. 




the supervisours 


iiij"- 




ft'or the visitacion of landis 


iiij". 




the Clerke 


iij'- 


iiij'' 


the Maister and Wardens 


XX'. 


viij-* 


to stuardis 


xP. 




to bayliiBs 


xl'. 




the costys of the dyner 


xxvj\ 


viij'' 



^ A name probably taken from tlie sign 
of his dwelling. In m it is " at ffenns.'' 

^ See note above, p. 378. 

* The amount thus cancelled is correct, 
and it is not obvious why the alteration 



was made. In M, on the other hand, the 
same sum of £18 16s. Od. is given, but the 
items do not make it ; the filth and sixth 
in the present list (6s. 8tl. and 5s.) being 
wanting. 



APrENDIX C.-I. 3S7 



the officer of the mercery )^ 

Renter of the Seole j ^^ • 

f or his gowne xiij*. iiij'\ 

Summa iij". xix". viij'— i4ij4 ^ Ixxx''. v'. probat. 

So Restis to the Pteparacions suytis ) 

Casiieltis and all other chargis extra > ... xxxviij". xvj'. ii!''. ob. 

ordinary ) 

Joannes Colett, fuudator None scole 
manu mea propria." 

Articles of Admission. ^ 

The mayster shal reherse these artycles to them that offer thevr 
chyldreu, on this wyse here folowyuge. 

If your chylde can rede and wryte latyn and englisshe sufficiently, soo 
that he be able to rede and wryte his owne lessons, than he shal be 
admytted into the scbole for a scholer. 

If your childe after reasonable season proued be fouude here vrapte and 
vnable to lernynge, than ye warned therof shal take hym awaye, that he 
occupye not here rowme in vayne. 

If lie be apte to lerue he ■* shal be content that he contynue here tyl he 
haue some competent literature. 

If he be absent vi. dayes and in that meane season ye shewe not cause 
reasonable (reasonable cause is al onely sekenes), than his rowme to be 
voyde, withoute he be admytted agayne and paye iiij''. 

Also after cause shewed yf he contynue so absent tyl the weke of 
admyssyon in the nexte quarter, and than ye shewe not the contynuaunce 

1 In this case the correction is riglitly mission, to be agreed to by parents who 
made, and the total of £80 5s. is the only desired their children to enter St. Panl's 
one given in M. The item of 20.<!. Sd. for School, aje found in early editions of 
"The Maister and Wardens" requires to Colet's Accidence, usually printed on the 
be altered to 21s. 8d. (being a noble, and reverse of the title-jjage. In the form 
three sums of 5s. each). In the printed here given, they are taken from a copy of 
copy of the Statutes given in the Report tlie edition of 1527, the earliest known to 
of Lord Clarendon's Commission, these be extant, now in the Cathedral Liln-ary of 
accounts are balanced, and shown to be Peterboiviugh. The book formerly belonged 
correct. The oholus is there represented to Dr. While Kennett, Bishop of Peter- 
by ^d., instead of, what I presume it borough, and the opportunity of trim- 
should be, Id. scribing part of it was allbrded me through 

- The form Colett, with a twirl after the the kindness of the Rev. \V. D. Sweeting, 
last letter, is probably an abbreviation for (O.P.), Ma.ster of the Calliedral School. Its 
Colettus. In M the same subscription is ex,-,ct title is : — Jomuiia C'olefi,t/iiii/(ii//\(iJ,'/ii 
repeated on the reverse of the first leaf, di'.cnni diui Pauli, oxlitio, uim •■mn qiii- 
and there the name is written .Icjannes husdam G. Lilii Gravvmaticcs JUidunrii/is. 
Colet. In the Admission Book of Doctois' An edition of 1534 and one of 1539 are 
Commons, preserved in the Library of ]>ri'served in the Pepysian Library at Cam- 
Lambeth Palace, is an entry in Dean biidge, bound together in one volume. 
Colet's own hand (leaf 8), and there his The latter was printed by Henry Pepwid 
name appears as Jo. Colet. The same in St. Paul's Churchyard, and professed to 
interesting volume contains also the name be " ad uerum Paulinas Seholaj e.xenijdar." 
of "Cristoferus Mydyltonus procurator" The two corrections given below are taken 
(leaf 6), probably the one mentioned above from it. 
as being a tenant of Colet's. ■* "ye " — 1539. 

^ These "articles," or terms of ad- 

cc 2 



3S8 APPENDIX B.— II. 



of his sekenes, than his rowme to be voyde, and he none of the schole, tyl 
he be admytted agayue and paie iiij'^ for wrytiuge of his name. 

Also yf he fall thryse in to absence, he shall be admytted no more. 

Your chylde shal on childermasdaie wayte upon the bysshop at Ponies 
and offer there. 

Also ye shal fynde hym Avaxe in wynter. 

Also ye shal fynde hym convenient bokes to his lernynge.i 

If the offerer be content with these artycles, than let his chylde be 
admytted. 



11. 

AMENDING ORDINANCES MADE BY THE COURT OF 
ASSISTANTS OF THE MERCERS' COMPANY. 2 

Viccsiiiio quarto die Junii, a.u. 1602. 

Whereas John Colet, deane of the Cathedrall Church of St. Paull, in 
London, hath nomynated and appoynted us, the master, wardens, and 
assistents of the Company of the Mercers of the Citty of London, to 
be patrons and governors of Paules schole, by him erected and founded ; 
and for the better orderinge thereof hath made certen lawes and ordynances 
in a booke under his owne hande, and hath emougest other thinges thereby 
given authoritie unto>us, the said wardeins and Assistents, with such 
other learned counsell as wee shall call unto lis, to ad and dyminish 
vinto the said lawes and ordinances, and to supply in them everie defect, 
and also to expounde and declare such of the said ordinances which 
shall seeme obscure and doubtfull as time and place and juste occasion 
shall require. 

Now, forasmuch as of late scruple and doubt hath beene made upon 
sundrie the said ordinances about the right understandinge thereof, 
whereby great sute and controversie hath arrisen and ben betweue us 
and the late high soholemaister of Pawle's schole John Harrison, with 
the snrmaister and usher, to our great charge, vexation and trouble, 
and for that some of the said ordinances are thought titt to be altered 
and some defects therein likewise to be supplyed. 

Therefore, for avoidinge further inconvenience hereafter, wee, the said 
maister, wardeins, and assistents, with the advise and counsell of Thomas 
Flemynge, Esquier, sergeant at lawe and solicitor generall to our soveraign 
ladie the Queene's moste excellent Majesty that nowe is, and Thomas 
Foster, Esquier, councellor at lawe, well lettered and learned men, beinge 
called thereunto, doe nowe ordeine and further make explanation of the 
said lawes and ordinances as hereafter followith, viz. : — 

Impi-imis, whereas, by an ordinance under this title, viz., Capitulum 
primum de magistro primario, it is ordeined and provided that the 
maister every yeere at Candlemas, when the Mercers be assembled 
in the schole howse, shall submitt him to their examynation, and founde 
doiuge his dutie to contynue, otherwise reasonably warned to departe 

1 After this conies, in the edition of in this the \sic\ schole agajTie." 
1539, " Yf your chyld herafter go to any ^ From the MS. of the original Statutes 

other schole to lerne after the maner there, preserved at Mercers' Hall, 
he shall for uo mannes suyte be receyucd 



APPENDIX B.— II. 389 



Wee doe ordeyue aud declare that the said ordinance shall from hens- 
foiu-th be expounded aud uuderstood that the Mercers (that is to say) 
the maister, wardeins, and assistents of the Mistere of Mercers in 
London, or the more parte of them then assembled in the schole howse, 
shall then and there yeerelie have full power to examyne the hiwhe 
maister towchinge the proffitiuge of the schollers in litterature and good 
manners, his demeanor and conversation and the due observation of 
the founder's ordinances. And that the high maister shall not only 
submit himself to such examynation, but also ycerely at the same tyme 
yeild and resigne up his place into theire handes as was used in the 
lifetyme of the founder to their predicessors. And if the maister shall 
then by the approbation of the said maister, wardeins, and assistents 
of the said Mistere of Mercers or the moste parte of them be founde 
to have done his dutie he shall contynue, otherwise in case he shall 
then by their judgments be founde defective within sixe monethes next 
after warninge to him given by the said maister, wardeins, and assis- 
tents or the moste parte of them, he shall quietlie departe. 

Item. — Wee doe ordeyne that the surmaister and usher yerely about 
Candlemas, when the said maister, wardeins, and assistents of the 
Mercers or the moste parte of them be assembled in the schole as 
aforesaid, shall resigne their places into the hands of the said maister, 
wardeins, and assistents of the Mercerie there assembled and being then 
founde to haue don their duties they shall contynue, otherwise within 
sixe monethes after warninge given, they shall quietlie departe. 

Further, whereas there are other statutes under these titles, viz., 
" Capitulum primum de magistro primario," the surmaister and the 
chaplein, that they shall have yeerly livery gownes of fowre nobles 
delivered unto them in cloth. Wee doe ordeyne that the said maister, 
surmaister, and usher (insteed of the chaplein) shall haue the said 
liveries in cloth, or fowre nobles a peece yerely in monnie, in leiwe 
of the said cloth, or such further allowance in monnie as the maister, 
wardeins, and assistents of the Mercers for the tyme beinge, or the 
moste parte of them, shall think fitt. 

Further, whereas there are other statutes under these titles, viz., 
(of both Maisters at once) (and "The Children,") that a poore chikle 
to be appoynted by the, maister shall sweepe the schole and the leades, 
and call upon the Mercers from tyme to tyme for necessary reparations, 
and that the said poore childe shall haue iiij^. at the admission of everie 
scholer, and the availes of the scholers' uryne. 

Wee doe ordeyne that from hensfourth some poore scholer or poore 
man (to be appointed from tyme to tyme by the highe maister) shall doe 
the siime busines, and shall haue such allowance and availes for his labor 
as are lymitted to the poor childe by the founder. 

Further, whereas there is a statute under this title, viz., "The 
Chaplein." That there shall be a preiste or chaplein to singe masse 
dailie in the chaple of the schole, and to pray that the children may 
prosper in good lief and good litterature, to the honour of god and 
our lord Christ Jhesus, and that the same preiste shall teache in the 
schole, if it shall seeme good to the highe maister. Wee doe nowe 
ordeiue and establish that there shalbe from hensfourth an under 
usher insteed of the said preist, who shall teach in the schole by the 
direction of the highe maister, and shalbe chosen from tyme to tyme 
by the maister, wardeins, and assistents of the Mercery, or the moste 
parte of them, for the tyme beinge, and ccntynue there so longe tyme 



390 APPENDIX E. -II. 



as tlie saide maister, wardeins, and assistents, or the nioste parte of 
them, for the tyme beinge, shall thinck fitt. 

Wee doe farther ordeyne, that uoe other prayex's or ceremonies shalbe 
used in the schole, but suche only as the lawes and statutes of this 
realme of Euglande for the tyme beinge doe or shall permitt and 
all )\ve. 

Further, whereas in another ord^mance, under this title, viz., (The 
Children) it is said that a chyld, at the first admission, once for ever, 
shall pay iiij''. for wrightinge of his name. This ordynance shalbe 
expounded that everie chihle that shalbe admitted to be taught in the 
said schole shall haue his teachinge free duringe all the tyme of his 
contynuance there untill his departure, without anie further charge to 
be ymposed upon him or his freindes by the highe maister, surmaister 
and usher, or anie of them, over and above iiij"^. at his first admission to 
the poore scholer or poore man of the schole as aforesaid. 

Farther, whereas by another ordinance under the said title, (viz. "The 
Children,") it is provided that t!ie children shall come unto the schole in 
the morninge at 7 of the clock, both wynter and sommer, and tarrie until 
11, and retorne againe at one of the clock, and departe at five. 

Wee doe ordeyne, that the highe maister, surmaister, and usher shalbe 
tied to the same howers, and in case they or anie of them shalbe absent 
from the schole over and above thirtie dales in one whole yeere to be 
taken conjunctim or divisim by the highe maister, and without the licence 
of the surveiors and highe maister, by the surmaister, and withoat the 
consent and licence of the surveiors for the tyme beinge by the usher, 
that then, for every such absence contrarie to the lymittacon aforesaid, 
the said maister, surmaister, and usher shall forfeit and pay so often as 
they or anie of them shall offende contrarie to the forme aforesaid, the 
some of vi'. viii''. for everie whole dale, and xii*^. for every hower that 
they or anie of them respectively shalbe absent from the said schole more 
than the said 30 dales as aforesaid, the same penalties to be defalked out 
of his or their wages respectively which shall offende. 

Item. Whereas it is ordeined in the title, viz., " The Mercers," that 
in the dale of the givinge up of the surveyor's accompte, thei-e shalbe 
a litle dynner not exceedinge the piice of fowre nobles, forasmuch as 
divers learned men ai-e usuallie there at that tyme to ajjpo.se the schollers 
for the better information of the said maister, wardeins, and assistents of 
the profhttinge of the schollers in learninge and for that the assistents 
are nowe mauie in number, and for that the rates and prises of victuals 
are nowe growne verie great in respect the same wear at the tyme of the 
makinge of the same ordinance, wee therefore doe ordeyne that from 
hen~.fourth so much shalbe allowed towardes the same dynner as the 
maister, wardeins, and assistents of the Mercerie, or the more parte of 
them, for the tyme beinge, shall in their discreation thinck fitt, soe as the 
same be exjiended in frugall manner without excesse. 

Farthei", whereas in the same title, (viz., " The Mercers,") there is this 
Caveatt that the landes of the schole shoald not be left bat by the space 
of five yeeres. It is nowe founde by experience verrie prejaditiall and 
not for the beste benefite of the schole to left out the landes thereof for 
soe shorte a tyme, wee doe therefore ordeine and establish, that from 
hensfourth, it shalbe laufall to the maister, wardeins, and assistents of 
the Mercerie, or the more parte of them and their saccessors, for or in 
respect of newe buildinges upon anie of the landes to be leased 
re. p3ctively or repairinge of the same, or for the better manurance and 



APPENDIX B.— II. 391 



betteringe of the same, and contynuiDge the same togeither in one hande 
and in harte and strength, or auie such like good and valuable consideracion 
to demise anie of the laudes or tenements apperteyninge to the same 
schole heretofore usuallie demised by lease and not by Copie of courte roll, 
as they and their successors shall from tyme to tyme in their wisdomes 
and discreations thinck to be for the moste benefite of the schole, soe as 
the same lease or leases be. made with reasonable condicions and 
covenannts on the leassee, his executors, administrators, and assio-nes, 
their parte to be perfom-med, and soe as the same lease or leases doe not 
exceed one and twentie yeres, and so as the same lease or leases 
be made in possession and not in reversion, and soe as the same be not 
without ympeachment of waste, and soe as the yeerely rentes of the same 
be not thereby, deminished but increased if conveniently and reasonably 
the same may be. 

Further, whereas by the said ordinances the Founder doth lymitt and 
appointe sallaries and fees to the highe maister, surmaister, and others, 
as followith, viz. : — to the high maister, thirteene shillings fowre pence 
a weeke : — to the svu-maister six shillings eightpence a weeke ; to the 
chaplein, eight jjounds a yeere ; to the maister and wardeins of the 
Alercers, one and twentie shillings eight pence per annum ; to the 
surveiors, fowre poundes per annum ; to the said surveyors for visi tinge 
the landes fowre poundes per annum if they ride ; to the stewarde fourlie 
shillings per annum ; to the clarke of the Mercers three shillings fowre 
pence per annum ; to the renter of the schole three and thirtie shillings 
foure pence per annum ; to the bailifes, fortie shillings per annum. 

Forasmuch as the landes and tenements belonginge to the schole 
doe nowe yielde double soe muche rente as they did in the floundor's life- 
tyme, and for that all things necessarie are nowe growen to a farr dearer 
rate then they wear at the first foundation of the schole, wee doe 
therefore ordeyne and establish that as well the sallaries and ffees 
appointed to the scholemaister, usher, and chaplein, as all other the ft'ees 
before mentioned appointed to be paid by the ft'owndor, shall from 
hencefourth be doubled accordiuge to the ymprovement of the rentes 
aforesaid, the same increase of sallaries and ffees to contynue untill such 
tyme as the maister, wardeins, and assistents of the Mercerye, or the 
more parte of them assembled in the schole-house, shall by reason of 
the fall of rentes or other juste considerations be occatioued to abate 
the same. 

Item. Whereas there is an ordinance in the f-ame title, (viz., the 
Mercers) that the surplusage of monnie which shall remayne upon everie 
accompte shalbe put into an Iron Cheste standiuge in the Mercers' Hall, 
and there remayne from yeere to yeere aparte by it self, that it might 
appear howe the schole by the owne selfe mainteynilh it selfe. It is 
nowe ordeined that the same surplusage or suche parte thereof as the 
maister, wardeins, and assistents of the Mercerie and their successors 
shall thinck fitt, shall from hencefourth be ymployed either in exhibicons 
to poore schollers proceedinge from Paules schole to the universities or in 
fellowshippes or els lent out to poore younge men of the said Companie of 
Mercers upon good securitie (at the perill of the said Mercers) for the 
repayment thereof as to the said maisier, wardeins, and assistents, or the 
more parte of them, shall from tyme to tyme be thought moste necessarie 
for the good of the schole. 

Fynallie, wee ordein and establish that forasmuch as in the makinge of 
these ordinances and explanations the cheife care of the parties called 



392 



APPENDIX C. 



hereunto was and ii^to haue the true intente and meaninge of the Sounder 
dulie execated and perfourmed in all things as tyme, place, and occation 
doth or shall permitt or require. That therefore all actes, Ordinances, 
and explanations heretofore made (if anie such be) other then by the said 
tt'ounder himself, shall from hencefourth be utterlie void and of none 
effect. 

Tho. Flemyng. 

Th. Foster. 

There is a further Amending Ordinance appended to the Statutes, 
dated February 6, 1841, and signed by Sir Frederick Pollock, Sir William 
"VVebb FoUett, and William Palmer, but it is of no general interest, only 
extending the time for letting pi'operty on building leases from twenty- 
one to eighty years. 



APPENDIX C. 



SURVEYOR-ACCOUNTANTS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL.^ 



1511-13. Seymour Rysect Benjamin 

Digby (for 2 years). 
1513-14. Benjamin Digby. 
1514-15. John Keene. 
1515-16. Thomas Hynde. 
1516-17. Michael Englyssh. 
1517-18. Hugh Clopton.. 
1518-19. John Browne. 
1519-20. William Buttrie. 
1520-21. William Bramwell. 
1521-22. John Parke. 
1522-23. William Dauntesy.^ 
1523-24. Edmond Wotton. 
1524-25. George Medley. 
1525-26. Robert Baylly. 
1526-27. Michael Dormer.* 
1527-28. William Hollis. 
1528-29. Nicholas Leeson. 
1529-30. Thomas Burnell. 
1530-31. Richard Raynolds. 

Thos. Gvisi)e,Su7'v.- Assist.^ 

1 The greater part of tlie notes to this 
Api)eudix were kindly supjilied by John 
Watney, Esq., Clerk to the Mercers' 
Company. 

■■^ See Colet's Statutes, under the heading 
" The Mercers." 

^ A benefactor to the Company : he 
fiiunded a school and almshouses at "West 
L-ivington in Wiltshire. 

* Sir Michael Dormer, a benefactor to the 
Company. Ancestor of Lord Dormer. 

•' The Surveyor-Assistant of one year was 
usually the Surveyor-Accountant of the 
next ; where I have observed that this was 
not the case, I have inserted the name of 



1531-32. Thomas Burnell. 
1532-33. Richard Gresham.'"' 
1533-34. Robert Palmer. 
1534-35. Sir Thomas Kytson. 
1535-36. Edmonde Kempe. 
1536-37. W^illiam Lokke. 
1537-38. William Gresham. 
1538-39. Wiliiam Wvlkynson. 
1539-40. William Robyns. 
1540-41. William Ferneley. 
1541-42. Robert Cherseye!^ 
1542-43. Richard Jarvys (Jervies). 
1543-44. Humphrey Pakyngton. 
1544-45. John Garwaye. 
1545-46. Bartholymew Baron. 
1546-47. Roland Shakerleye. 
1547-48. Edward Watto. 
1548-49. John Hare. 

John Floj-d, Surv.-Assist. 
1549-50. John Royse. 
1550-51. William Lamberde. 

the Surveyor-Assistant. 

6 Sir Richard Gresham, father of Sir Tho- 
mas Gresham. During his mayoralty he 
petitioned King Henry VIII. that the'four 
hospitals within the City might be taken 
from the Canons, Priests, and Monks and 
placed under the government of the Mayor 
and Aldermen for the relief of the impotent 
and sick poor. This idea was afterwards 
carried out by King Edward V^I. He also 
l>roposed the building of a bourse or ex- 
change for the merchants of London, which 
design was afterwards carried into execution 
by his son. 

" A benefactor to the Comimny. 



APPENDIX C. 



393 



1551-52. Thomas Leigh.' 
1552-53. Vincent Randalle. 
1553-54. William Monnylowe. 
1554-55. John Blundell. 
1555-56. John Baker. 
1556-57. William Maynarde. 
1557-58. William Crompton. 
1558-59. Clement Newte. 
1559-60. Sir Th. C4resham, Kuight.2 
1560-61. Thomas Bond. 
1561-62. Nicholas Bacon.3 
1562-63. William Eyforde. 
1563-64. John Copworthe. 
1564-65. Richard Carell. 
1565-66. John Marthe. 
1566-67. William Chelsham. 
1567-68. Thomas Heaton. 
1568-69. John Gresham. 
1569-70. Richard Barnes.4 
1570-71. Thomas Colshill. 
1571-72. John Bramstone. 
1572-73. William Burde.a 
1573-74. Thomas More. 
1574-75. Thomas Egerton.^^ 
1575-76. Philip Cockeram. 
1576-77. John Issham. 
1577-78. Henry Campion. 
1578-79. Thomas Blount. 
1579-80. Thomas Searle. 

Matthew Field, Sti7\-As!it. 
1580-81. Edmond Hogan. 
1581-82. Thomas Cranstield. 
1582-83. Anthony Calthorp. 
1583-84. William Wrothe. 
1584-85. Anthony Garrard. 
1585-86. Henry Isham. 



1586 
1587 
1588- 
1589 
1590 
1591 
1592 
1593 
1594 
1595 
1596 
1597 
1598 
1599 
1600- 
1601 
1602 
1603 
1604 
1605- 
1606 
1607- 
1608- 
1609- 
1610 
1611 
1612 
1613 
1614- 
161.5 
1616 
1617 
1618 
1619 
1620 
1621 



-87. Thomas Bradshaw. 

-88. John Cheake. 

-89. Bauldwin Derhame. 

-90. Thomas Cordell. 

-91. Henry Rowe.'' 

-92. John Smith. 

-93. Michael Boyle. 

-94. Richard Poynter. 

-95. Richard Barrett. 

-96. John Weavor. 

-97. William Quarles. 

-98. William Lucas. 

-99. Martyn Trott. 
-1600. John Robin.son. 

-1. John Castlyn. 

-2. William Higgs. 

-3. William Walthall.^ 

-4. Anthony Standlake. 

-5. John Gardner. 

-6. James Ehvick. 

-7. Raufe Crewe. 

-8. Henry Peyton. 

-9. William Ferrers.'' 

-10. Edw. Barnes (or Baron). "^ 

-11. Thomas Horton. 

-12. Thomas Beuuett.^i 

-13. Rowlande Backhouse. 

-14. Robert Lawley. 

-15. Nathaniel Bishop. 

-16. Humphrey Orme. 

-17. Richard Heath. 

-18. Thomas Thwaites. 

-19. James Ffynche. 

-20. Thomas Elkyn. 

-21. Nicholas Askwith. 

-22. John Ferrers. 



■• Sir Tlioniiis Leigh, a benefactor to the 
Conipauy, and gave the Company the Leigh 
Cup, which has been ever since used at the 
elections of Master and Wardens. The cup 
hears the date JIarch, 1499, and has the fol- 
lowing inscription : "To elect the Master 
of the Mercerie hither am I sent, and 
by Sir Thomas Leigh for the same 
intent." He was ancestor of tiie Earl 
of Shaftesl)ury. 

- Founded the Eoyal Exchange and 
Grosham College. 

^ A nephew of Sir Nicholas Bacon, Lord 
Keeper. 

- A benefactor to the Company. 

* Donor to the Company of a piece of 
plate, "The "Waggon and Tun," which pre- 
viously belonged to the IMonasterj' of 
St. Thomas of Aeon on the site of which 
Mercers' Hall now stands. 

" " Given to my late predecessor Thomas 



More by way of Malivolence, — Benevolence 
I should say, for otherwise the reste (i.e. 
balance) of his account was not to be gotten 
out of his hand ; but he would be his own 
bayly, xxv. lib." Account.? of Mr. S^irveyor 
Egcrton, 1574-75. In 1575-76, Egerton 
recovers the overplus of the expense of the 
audit dinner {i.e. above x. lih.), from his 
successor which More ought to have paid 
to liim. 

' Sir Henry Rowe, a henefactor to the 
Company. 

^ An alderman of London, and a bene- 
ftictor to the Company, left a sum of money 
to help B.A.'s of Cambridge to take their 
M.A. degree. 

^ A benefactor to the Company. 

^^ A benefactor to the Company. 

^1 Sir Thomas Bennett, probaldy the 
younger ; a son of Sir Thomas Bennett, a 
large benefactor to Ihe Company. 



391 



APPENDIX C 



1622-23. John Ducket. 

1623-24. Ricliard Fishborne.i 

1624-25. JohnBankes.2 

162.5-26. Samuel Goldsmith. 

1626-27. Benjamin Deicrowe. 

1627-28. William Smith. 

1628-29. Thomas Buckner. 

1629-30. John Cordall. 

1630-31. Roger Hemyng. 

1631-32. Richard Bladwell. 

1632-33. Daniel Gorsuch. 

1 633-34. William Robinson, Sen. 

1634-35. Thomas Serocold. 

1635-36. Arth'ar Sheere. 

1636-37. Richard Glover. 

1637-38. William Robinson. 

1638-39. William Spurstow. 

1639-40. John Bowman. 

1640-41. John Holland. 

1641-42. John Walthall. 

1642-43. Lvbbe Chapman. 

1643-44. Gilbert Kinder. 

1644-45. John Buxton. 

1645-46. Hnmfry Brown. 

1616-47. Thomas Carleton. 

1647-48. John Greene. 

16-18-49. James Hawlie. 

1649-50. Thomas Conny. 

1 650-51. Major Thos. Chambrelan.^ 

1651-52. George Burrish. 

1652-53. Richard Hunt. 

1653-54. Ralph Copinger. 

1654-55. Francis Copinger. 

1655-56. Charles Smeaton. 

1656-57. William Terry. 

1657-58. William Williams. 

1658-59. Edwin Browne. 

1659-60. Luke Croplev. 

1660-61. George Baker. 

1661-62. William Brunskell. 

1662-63. Robert Ellis. 

1663-64. Robert Gore. 

1664-65. William Robinson. 

1665-66. Philip Lasenby. 



1666-67. Thomas Agge. 

1667-68. Thomas Dawnay. 

1668-69. John Hawes. 

1669-70. Robert Ware.* 

1670-71. Thomas WoodroEEe. 

1671-72. Waiter Hampton.^ 

1672-73. Gervase Lock. 

1673-74. Robert Gilbert. 

1674-75. Henry Norton. 

1675-76. Captain Thomas Hawley. 

1676-77. Lucy Knightley. 

1677-78. Humphrey Jones. 

1678-79. Nicholas Jackson. 

1679-80. Michael Wilkins. 

1680-81. Oliver Wallis. 

1681-82. Walter Lapp. 

1682-83. Michael Godfrey. 

1683-84. Thomas Langham." 

1684-85. Thomas Tyte. 

1685-86. Thomas Moyer. 

1686-87. Edward Burrish. 

1687-88. Edmond Dethick. 

1688-89. John Morice. 

1689-90. Edmond Davenport. 

1690-91. Jeremy Elwes. 

1691-92. Samuel Moyer. 

1692-93. Robert Mellish. 

1693-94. Nathaniell Houltou. 

1694-95. William Robinson. 

1695-96. Jasper Clotterbooke. 

1696-97. Lawrence Moyer. 

1697-98. Edmond Harrison. 

1698-99. Thomas Hawes. 
1699-1700. Thomas Goddard. 

17()0-1. Maurice King. 

1701-2. Thomas Raymond.'' 

1702-3. Thomas Blackmore. 

1703-4. John Debnam. 

1704-5. Samuel Totton. 

1705-6. Edward Carleton. 

1706-7. William Bridges. 

1707-8. Jacob Turner. 

1708-9. John Terry. 

1709-10. John Cholmeley. 



' Sir Uicliard Fishhonie, a very generous 
lieiiefactor to the Company and to the town 
of Huntmgtion. He is said to have been 
found (as an infant) floating in a basket on 
the river which runs th'.oiigh Huntiugdon. 

- A benelactor to the Company. 

^ In the accounts lor 1650-51 Arabic 
figures are used instead of Roman ; but the 
.successors of Major Chambrehan reverted 
again to tlie Uonian reckonings. 

* Under whose aus2)ices the Scliool was 



restored after the Great Fire. 

^ In St. I'aul's Scliool Library, Pctrus 
Lrscopalcruis Hanianila.'^ Thcologia (Pari- 
siis. 1660). The gift of Mr. Walter Hamp- 
ton, mercer, Surveior of St. Paul's Schoole 
for ye year MDCLXXIL 

'' A benefactor to the Company. 

^ Inscription over the School door, 
" yEdes prajceptoris Grammaticcs," repaired 
and beautified in the year 1702, Mr. Thomas 
Kaymond, Surveyor. 



APPENDIX 0. 



395 



1710-11. Richard Bowater. 
1711-12. Samuell Mayue. 
1712-13. Benjamin Smytbe. 
1713-14. Thomas Serocold. 
1714-15. Caleb Hooke. 
171 5-1 fi. DepntyEichard Chauncy.^ 
1 7 1 6-1 7. Thos. Ellis {died tlti^year). 
1717-18. George Banister. 
1718-19. Isaac Grevill. 
1719-20. Nicholas Hillyard. 
1720-21. John Spillett. 
1721-22. Anthony Biirren. 
1722-23. Eleazer Hasell. 
1723-24. Robert Michell. 
1724-26. John Jones. 
1725-26. Joselyu Roberts. 
1 726-27. Jno. Wallis (of Southgate). 
1727-28. Joseph Crayker. 
1728-29. Barrington' Eaton. 
1729-30. JohnEhvick. [smith). 
1730-31. John Wallis (of Hammer- 
1731-32. Joseph Williams. 
1732-33. Richard Bowater. 
1733-34. Wight Woolle}^ ■ 
1734-35. William Payne. 
1735-36. David Petty. 
1736-37. Robert Brooke. 
1737-38. William Chauncy. 
1738-39. Samuel Pratt. 
1739-40. Thomas Morrice, 
1740-41. Robert Atkyns. 
1741-42. Jonathan Colly er. 
1742-43. John Nodes. "^ 
1743-44. John Sadleir. 
1744-45. Edward Gregg. 
1745-46. Deputy Johjj Daye. 
1746 (March). John Price. 

1748 (June). William Dunster. 

1749 (June). John Purcas, 

1749 (March). Stevens Totton. 

1750 (March). Richard Chauncy. 

1751 (May). Joseph South. 

1752 (March). Robert Stebbing.^ 
1753-54. Timothy Helmsley. 
1754-55. George Major. 
1755-56. Rowland Winn. 
1756-57. Nathaniel Philips. 
1757-58. Thomas Godfrey. 
1758-59. William Tennaut. 
1759-60. Rowland Winn. 
1760-61. Thomas Howes. 

^ Clement Tookie dedicates liis Feast 
Sermon (1716-17), tn Mr. Kieliard Chauney, 
Surveyor of St. Paul's School, and others. 



1761-62. Edward Neale. 

Hen. Unwiu, Surv.-Assial. 

1 762-63. William Knight. 

1763-64. John Grubb. 

1764-65. Joseph Godfrey. 

1765-66. Jeremiah Gardiner. 

1766-67. Samuel Mason. 

] 767-68. William Browne. 

1768-69. Joseph Scott {died). 

Stephen Hervey. 

1769-70. Edward Ingram. 

1770-71. John Hookham. 

1771-72. John Waters. 

1772-73. Thomas King. 

1773-74. Thomas Palmer. 

1774-75. Richard Windsor. 

1775-76. Robert Lathropp. 

1776-77. Nathaniel Hillier. 

1777-78. Nathaniel Newnham. 

1778-79. Charles Newsham Pigott, 

1779-80. Benjamin Porter. 

1780-81. Philip Chauncy. 

1781-82. Samuel Totton. 

1 782-83. Gurdelston Rolfe. 

1 783-84. Peregrine Cust. 

1784-85. Stevens Totton. 
1 78S-86." Edward Forster. 

1786^87. Thomas Furley Forster. 

1787-88. Joseph Cricke. 

1788-89. William Clarke. 

1789-90. Roby Bishop. 

1790-91. Joseph Waugh. 

1791-92. William Geo'i-ge Sibley, 

1792-93. George Sibley. 

1793-94. William Holmes. 

1794-95. John Watney. 

1795-96. Thomas Palmer. 

1796-97. William Palmer. 

1797-98. Nathaniel Hillier. 

1798-99. Thomas Newnham. 
1799-1800. Robert Thatcher. 

1800-1. Edmund Green. 

1801-2. Robert Johnson. 

1802-3. Henry Westcar. 

1803-4. William Edward Ward. 

180 t-5. William Lane. 

1805-6. John Paterson. 

1806-7. Randoljih Stracey. 

1807-8. Joseph Knight. 

1808-9. Charles Buxton. 

1809-10. Thomas Marsham. 

^ To whom Dr. Charges presented the 
Catalogue of the Library in 17i'3. 
^ Here begins the Nev Stvle. 



;j95 



APPENDIX C. 



1810-11. Edward Forster. 

1811-12. William Clarke. 

1812-13. William Holmes. 

1813-14. John Watney. 

1 8 1 4-1 .5. Eobt. Mai-kland Barnard. ' 

1815-16. Charles Wangh. 

1816-17. Archdale Palmer. 

1817-18. Daniel Watney. 

1818-19. Robert Sutton. 

1819-20. Joseph Yellowley. 

1820-21. Stevens Dineley Totton.'- 

1821-22. George Palmer. 

1822-23. James Parke Holmes. 

1823-24. Baden Powell. 

1824-2.5. James Barnes. 

1825-26. Edmund Francis Green. 

1826-27. Nathaniel Newnham. 

1827-28. John Horsley Palmer. 

1828-29. Geo. Newu. Collingwood. 

1829-30. Thomas Osborne. 

1830-31. Charles Fred. Johnson.-'' 

1831-32. William Henry Holmes. 

1832-33. Thomas Watney. 

1833-34. George Bicknell. 

1834-35. John Roberts Delafosse. 

1835-36. John Day. 

1836-37. Lestock Peach Wilson. 

1837-38. Adolphus Pngh Johnson.* 

1838-39. Robert Sutton. 

1839-40. Robert Bicknell. 

1840-41. Nathaniel Clark. 

1 841-42. Oct. Errington Johnson.'^ 

1842-43. Joseph Thomas Pooley. 

1843-44. Robert Sutton, Jun. 



1844-45. Daniel Watney. 

1845-46. George Aston. 

1846-47. George Palmer. Jun. 

1847-48. James Watney. 

1848-49. James Sutton. 

1849-50. George Palmer. 

1850-51. William Palmer. 

1851-52. Hulbert Wathen. 

1852-53. William Barnes. 

1853-54. John Watney.^ 

1854-55. Charles Powell. 

1855-56. Charles Fred. Johnson. 7. 

1856-57. Thomas Lane.s 

1857-58. Thomas Barker. 

1858-59. Edward H. Palmer. 

1859-60. Wadham L. Sutton. 

1860-61. William Henry Harton. 

1861-62. William Ffarrington. 

1862-63. Rev. Charlton Lane." 

1 863-64. Rev. Markland Barnard.i'J 

1864-65. John tShuttleworth. 

1865-66. Daniel Watney. 
1866-67. Edw. Thomas Fitzgerald. 

1867-68. John Williams Watson. 

1868-69. Thomas John Watney. 

1869-70. Richard Whiteman Fall. 

1870-71. James Parke Holmes. 

1871-72. John Carrington Palmer. 

1872-73. Daniel Watney, Jun. 

1873-74. Morrell D. Longden. 

1874-75. John Watney. 

1875-76. Markland Barnard. 

Captain P. B. Bicknell, 
Surveijor- Assistant. 



In the Introduction it is stated that the Surveyor- Accountant was 
usually of late years the outgoing Master of the Company ; the fact being 
that having been elected Master in the summer, he was usually elected 
Surveyor- Accountant in the foUoiving spring or (latterly) summer ; when 
the Member of the Court next in succession to the Chair would be chosen 
Surveyor- Assistant. In ancient times it would appear that the Surveyor- 
Accountant was sometimes chosen without any reference to the Mastership. 



^ Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissions September 17, 1776. 

- Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissious December 14, 1768. 

3 Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissions January 5, 1791. 

•* Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissions January 24, 1805. 

^ Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissions September 24, 1811. 



^ Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissious June 17, 1816. 

'' Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissions January 5, 1791. Surveyor- 
Accountant for the second time (see 1830). 

^ Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissions August 14, 1798. 

^ Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissions July 30, 1807. 

" Educated at St. Paul's School ; see 
admissions August 18, 1814. 



APPENDIX D. 



397 



APPENDIX D. 



CAPTAINS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 



1749 (June). Henry Maidstoae 
Farmer. 

1749 (March). Henry Maidstone 

Farmer. 

1750 (March). Henry Maidstone 

Farmer. 
1752 (March). 1 Henry Maidstone 

Farmer. 
1752-53. Robert Brampton. 
1753-54. Matthew Pugh. 
1754-55. Philip Rosenhagen. 
1755-56. Philip Francis. 
1756-57. Thomas Higgins. 
1757-58. Thomas Higgins. 
1758-59. John Hawkins. 
1759-60. Charles Moore. 
1760-61. Iltyd Nichol. 
1761-62. Philip Toosey. 
1762-63. William Sergrove. 
1763-64. Thomas West. 
1764-65. Joseph Bromehead. 
1765-66. Soulden Lawrence. 
1766-67. Soulden Lawrence. 
1767-68. Charles Sandeford. 
1768-69. Charles Sandeford. 
1769-70. Jesse Ponten. 
1770-71. Henry Gretton. 
1771-72. Richard Blucke. 
1772-73. William Robert Wake. 
1773-74. John Anderson. 
1774-75. James Wadesou. 
1775-76. James Wadeson. 
1776-77. James Wadeson. 
1777-78. Stevens Totton. 
1778-79. Charles Coote. 
1779-80. William Filmer. 
1780-81. Joshua Ruddock. 
1781-82. Edward Roberts. 
1782-83. John Higgins. 
1783-84. William Roberts. 
1784-85. William Roberts. 
1785-86. Jas. Wadman Alexander. 
1786-87. James Pattison [sic). 
1787-88. James Patterson. 
1788-89. Edward Ward. 
1789-90. Edward Ward. 



1790-91. John Lettsom. 
1791-92. Alexander Sidebottom. 
1792-93. Alexander Sidebottom. 
1793-94. John Webb. 
1794-95. John Webb. 
1795-96. William Thorpe. 
1796-97. James Durham. 
1797-98. James Durham. 
1798-99. Edward Sidebottom. 
1799-1800. John Wild. 
1800-1. William Sharpe. 
1801-2. William Sharpe. 
1802-3. Thomas Parker. 
1803-4. Thomas Cowper Hincks. 
1804-5. Thomas Cowper Hincks. 
1805-6. Thomas Cow^^er Hincks. 
1806-7. Richard Harris Barham. 
1807-8. Richard Harris Barham. 
1808-9. John James Cory. 
1809 (May to July). George 

Salmon. 
1809-10. Benjamin Keen. 
1810-11. Benjamin Keen. 
1811-12. Anthony Gordon. 
1812-13. James Cooper. 
1813-14. Samuel Hawkes. 
1814-15. Henry James Hastings. 
1815-16. Francis Goode. 
1816-17. Alfred Ollivant. 
1817-18. Francis Walsh. 
1818-19. Simeon John Boileau. 
1819-20. Lawrence Gwynne. 
1820-21. William Goode. 
1821-22. Markland Barnard. 
1822-23. James Henry Stone. 
1823-24. James Prince Lee. 
1824-25. William Aldwin Soames. 
1825-26. Thomas Henry Steel. 
1826-27. Jos. Williams Blakesley. 
1827-28. Isaac William North. . 
1828-29. Isaac William North. 
1829-30. Jacob Hugo North. 
1830-31. Edward Howes. 
1831-32. Wm. Alexander Osborne. 
1832-33. JohnWindle. 
1833-34. Charles Coleby Roberts. 



New stylo. 



398 



APPENDIX E.— I. 



1834-35. Arthur Shelly Eddis. 

1835-36. Beniamin Jowett. 

1836-37. William Jephson. 

1837-38. William Newton Harriott. 

1838-39. Thomas Buruaby. 

1839-40. William Smith. 

1840-41. Francis Clarke Walsh. 

1841-42. George Brien. 

1842 (July to October). Frederick 
Augusta Glover. 

1842-43. Spencer Vincent. 

1843-44. Spencer Vincent. 

1844-45. Robert Barnet Brien. 

1845-46. Charles John Clay. 

1846-47. Hugh Kennedy. 

1847-48. Samuel Robert Calthrop. 

1848-49. James Durant Kingdon. 

1 849-50. Henry Clarke Monkhouse. 

1850-51. Samuel Lobb. 

1851-52. Robt. Nicholas Sanderson. 

1852-53. John Kempthorne. 

1853-54. HollingworthTully King- 
don. 

1854-55. Frederick Cavan Blyth. 

1855-56. Francis Whyley. 

1856-57. Thomas Miller. 

1857-58. Walter John Lawrance. 

1858-59. George Aug. Mayo How. 

1859-60. Henry Lacey Taverner. 



ipion 



Cha 



ampiou 
Illintr- 



1860-61. Alfred William South. 
1861-62. Frederick Wm. Spurling. 
1862-63. Arthur Black. 
1863-64. Clement Smith. 
1864-65. John Henry Chamj 

McGill. 
1865-66. John Henry 

McGill. 
1866-67. John Richardson 

worth. 
1867-68. Herbert Cowie. 
1868-69. Arthur Norreys Fynes- 

Clinton. 
1869-70. Frederick Vivian Knox. 
1870-71. Arthur Wellington South. 
1871-72. Frederick Wallis. 
1872-73. John Stewart Norman. 
1873-74. James Brettel Heyvvood. 
1874-75. James Brettel Hey wood. 
1875-76. Edw. Francis W. Hudson. 
1876-77. John Maurice SchulhoF. 
1877-78. Hugh Rennie Brown. 
1878-79. Francis John Bedford. 
1879-80. Robert Percival Brown. 
1880-81. John Hampden Haydon.^ 
1881-82. Henry Theodore Edward 

Barlow. 
1882-83. Rich. Arthur Hay Hay.2 
1883-84. Algernon Leslie Brown. 



APPENDIX E. 



SCHOOL (PAULINE) EXHIBITIONS. 



The followinc 
Exhibitions : — 



Resolutions refer to the establishment of these 



At a Court of Assistants holden 2 June 1564 attention was called to 
" the publication and zealous exhortation of the preachers in their several 
distinct sermons made the Spital without Bishopsgate this Easter holidays 
now last past for certain Fellowships to find Two Scholars a year to the 
number of 12 Company's. Whereupon when this assembly had heard the 
said matter opened they liked the motion thereof very well and bare their 
good minds and zeales to the furtherance and maintenance thereof. Where- 
upon it was by this Assembly fully and wholly condescended, concluded 
and agreed, that this Fellowship is well contented to hud at this time one 



^ Scholar of King's Colloge, Cambridge. 

■^ Barnea Scholar, Worctster College, Oxford. 



APPENDIX E.-I. 



399 



scholar or more to the University at their proper cost and charge to con- 
tinue in the University during their freewill minds and pleasure and as 
touching the sum of money towards the Exhibition and liuding of the 
said one Scholar or more Scholars is by this assembly agreed to be xiij. 
lib. vj'. viij'\ so always the Fellowships full minds and consents is that the 
aptest and most meetest Scholars in Paul's School to be advanced and 
preferred to the University and specially Mercers children of this Fellow- 
ship if any such may be found apt and meet there to be preferred and 
advanced to the Company's Exhibitions now granted before any others." 

26th of July, 1564. 

Articles were sent by the Bishop of London and the Court directed two 
of the Wardens to notify that they were willing to found two Exhibitions 
of 10 marks each per annum for one graduate (B.A.) in Oxford and one 
in Cambridge, to be appointed by the Company from time to time and the 
Exhibition to continue during the Company's pleasure. 

These Exhibitions were originally of the annual value of £.5 ; about 
1610 they were increased to =£10. On the 7th February, 1752, they were 
raised to £20 ; in 1768 the Exhibitions were paid at the rate of £30, and 
in 1773 at the rate of £40 ; they were subsequently raised to £50 ; finally 
in 1844 one Exhibition of £120 a year was charged annually to the School 
Funds, together with one or more of the value of £50. 

At first the duration of the tenure of the Exhibitions seems to have 
been variable, but in 1612 Alexander Gill was elected for ten years, 
which seems to have been the usual length of tenure at that time. After 
1648 the tenure appears generally as seven years, but this was reduced to 
five in 1827, and finally to four in 1847. 



PAULINE EXHIBITIONERS. 



1565. 



1566. 
1570. 
1571. 
1572. 
1574, 

1578. 

1582. 

1.583, 
1587. 
1589, 



1590. 



Thomas Langhorne.^ 
Thomas Cole. 
Thomas Knight. 
Raffe Warcop. . 
Antony Hickman. 
Thomas Byllingford. 
Henry Hickman. 
John Medley. 
Walter Nethercote. 
Robert Bartlett. 
Thomas Mudd. 
Richard Smyth. 
Edward Sharpe. 
Lionel Holliman. 
John Boyell. 
John Bolde. 
Adam Cooper. 
Edward Munnes. 
Andrew Sharpe. 



1591. Francis Sturtivant. 

John Gray. 
1593. Richard Danser. 

Roger Derhame. 

William Bouine. 

1595. William Chauntrell. 

1596. John Sandesbury. 

1597. Michael Boile (Boiell). 
Samuel Browne. 
Richard Boiell (Boyle). 
William Braddishe. 

1598. Thomas Martyu. 
Daniel Votier. 

1599. John Hassall. 
Arthur Best. 
John Woodford. 

IGOO. Humphrey Moorcr. 
1601. Thomas Wilkinson. 
Richard Pemberton, 



^ See note on page 24. 



400 



APPENDIX E.- T. 



1602. Anthony Flower. 
1604. Deliverance Wilton. 

Alexander Howe. 

Richard Paskall. 

Daniel Washborue. 

Kichard Calverwell. 

Henry Wilkinson. 

Richard Worsley. 
1607. Thomas Skatlin. 

John Goodridge. 

Hobert Smith. 

John Johnson. 

John ChappelL 
1609. Eichard Baker {alias Tcm- 
kins). 

William Rippon. 

1612. Alexander Gill. 
Bartilmewe Kempe. 
Barten Hollidaie. 

1613. Thomas Hill. 
John Beade. 
William Cogram. 

1614. Thomas Jackson. 
Nicholas Padmore. 
John Garfield. 

1615. George Gill. 

1616. Godfrey Petley. 

1617. Thomas Bunbury. 
John Hodgett. 
John Chilton. 
Bichard Jaggard. 

1618. Raph Eotheram 
William Grave. 
Robert Butterfield. 

1619. Henry Frauncis. 
] 620. John Mathewe. 

1621. Eichard Tedder. 
Thomas Heath. 
Nathaniel Gill. 

1622. Eichard Turk. 
John Bickets. 

1623. Thomas Horton. 
Nathaniel Harewood 

1624. William Burton. 

1625. John Slater. 
Henry Meryell. 

1627. Augustine Harwood. 
Thomas Skynner, 
Roger Ashton. 

1629. William Griffith. 
John Callis. 
Rowland Nichols. 
Edward Powell. 

1630. Edward Lightborne. 



1630. 
1631. 

1632. 



1633. 

1634. 
1635. 

1637. 



1639. 



1640. 
1641. 



1642. 
1643. 
1647. 



1648. 



1649. 
1650. 

1651. 



1652. 



1653. 



John Man. 
John Smithson. 
Samuel Garrard. 
James Withers. 
George Lawrence. 
Nathaniel Culver well. 
Charles Scarborough. 
Samuel Cheney. 
Robert Ellyson. 
William Blackmore. 
Thomas Johnson. 
Samuel Crosse. 
George Packetts. 
Thankfull Owen. 
Anthony Cherry. 
William Hippesly. 
John Cox. 
John Amery. 
John Bennett. 
Thomas Smith. 
William Thomas. 
Alexander Smith. 
Alexander Kersley. 
Humfry Drake. 
Matthew Hunter. 
Edmund Man. 
John Higgins. 
Thomas Jesop. 
Toby (Thomas) Harvest. 
Hough Shelton. 
Samuel Cholmely. 
William Carpenter. 
John Powel. 
John Colet. 
Anthony Edmonds. 
Robert Pead. 
Thomas Lawrence. 
Beujamin Phipps. 
John Cade. 
Richard Cumberland. 
John Wagstaffe. 
Gabriel Towerson. 
Robert El borough. 
William Griffith. 
Thomas Hatlej^. 
Bernard Skelton. 
John Bellars. 
Thomas Eotberham. 
Martin Pindar. 
John Payne. 
Thomas Griffith. 
Samuel Geree. 
Daniel Butler. 
William Gibbs. 



APPENDIX E.— I. 



401 



1853. Samuel Woodford. 
Thomas Colley. 

1654. Thomas Arnold. 

1655. John Spurling. 
William Kosewell. 
Robert Willau. 
Jeremiah Whitaker. 
Arthur Abbott. • 

1656. Joseph Lane. 
Edmund Collet. 
Pilchard Alexander. 

1657. John Oldham. 
Israeli Collen. 
William Orme. 
John Fuller. 

1658. Robert Lowe. 
Mathew Abell. 
Silvester Jole. 
John Balderstone. 

1659. Thomas Lagoe. 
Richard Howard. 
John Pepys. 

1660. John Cotterell. 
Thomas Mayhew. 
Thomas Lovett. 
John Allen. 
George Eales. 

1661. Jonathan Houghton. 
John Strype. 

1662. Samuel Taylor. 
Thomas Basset. 
Samuel Goodwin. 

1663. Henry Edwards. 
Josias White. 
James Manfeild. 
George Calvert. 
Robert Vile. • 

166-1. James Ware. 

John Annesley. 
1665. William Dugard. 

Nathaniel Shute. 

William Oughtred. 

No Exhibitions were granted after 
the Fire (1666) till eight years after 
the reopening of the School in 1670. 

1678. Richard Lidgold. 
Joseph Woodroffe. 

1679. Samuel Awbery. 
William Nichols. 
Joseph Dunstan. 
John Elliott. 

1681. John Lidgold. 

Beauprc Nowers. 



1681. Andrew Lortie. 

1682. William (Richard) Willis. 

1683. Robert Bevin. 

1685. Edward Foster. 

1686. Thomas Gibbon. 
Thomas Tooke. 
Robert Newton. 
William Smith. 

1687. Thomas Hill. 

1688. John Manning. 
Geo. Jeffs. 

1689. John Millerd. 
Robert Maxwell. 

1691. James Johnson. 

1692. Richard Chambre. 
Daniel Sturmy. 
Roger Williams. 
John Thorpe. 

1693. Samuell Hilliard. 
Thomas Nicholson. 

1694. Edward Wakeman. 

1695. Jordan Thorpe. 

1696. Edward Rudd. 
Charles Godden. 
John Towersy. 
John Guruey. 
Samuel Knight. 

1697. Richard Skikelthorpe. 
John Deighton. 

1698. Daniel Lock. 
Leonard Darraut. 

1699. John Leake. 
Benjamin Marshall. 
Wm. Dechair. 

1701. William Botterley. 

1702. William Minn. 

1703. Thomas Wyatt. 
James Levett. 

1704. Thomas Bell. 
Thomas Andrews. 

1705. Gerard Neden. 

1706. Beresford Baker. 

1707. Augustine Bryon. 
Nicholas Wickens. 
John Luke. 

1708. John BusBeld. 
Charles Nelthorpe. 

1709. William Allbright. 

1710. James Bai-ker. 

1712. Aldred (Alured) Clarke. 
Andrew Roger.s. 
William Bradford. 
Thomas Vaughan. 

1713. John Brown. 

]) I) 



402 



APPENDIX E.— I. 



1714. John Escolme. 

1715. Thomas Price. 
David Capon. 

1716. Theodosius Staige. 
John Holland. 

1717. Thomas Hough. 
Christopher Morrison. 
John Sadler. 

1718. Timothy Crumpe. 
John Butler. 

1719. William Wood. 
John Gibson. 

1720. John Bryce. 

The following memorandum ap- 
pears in the St. Paul's School Ledger 
(1736-50):— 

That there lately were 11 boys 
that were sent from Paul's School 
to some College in Cambridge who 
received £10 per annum each for 
Exhibitions in the gift of the 
Company during their pleasure. 

In 1749 the two following were 
holding Exhibitions : — 

Richard Swinfen Edwards. 

Richard Roberts. 
1750. Thomas Jones. 

1752. Henry Maidstone Farmer. 
George Macdonakl. 

1753. Robert Brampton. 
Robei-t Pritchard. 
Henry Theroud. 

1754. Matthew Pugh. 
Robert Willis. 
William Gretton. 

1755. Philip Rosenhagen. 
John Lewis. 
John Warner. 

1756. Gilbert Filkin. 
William Chilcot. 
William Francis. 

1757. Beveridge Clendon. 

1758. Thomas Higgins. 
Colston Carr. 

Allan Harrison Eccles. 
AVilliam Strong. 
John j\[arsh. 
Moses Colley. 

1759. John Hawkins. 
Thomas Williams. 
Joseph Gribble. 

1760. Lewis Hoft'man. 



1761 



Iltyd Xicholl. 
Atwood Wigsell. 
William Higgs Barker. 
Philip Toosey. 
Thomas D'Ovley. 
John Duddeil. 
William Sergrove. 
Thomas Reeves. 
William Rayner. 
Thomas West. 
Edward Cuthbert. 
Charles Williams. 
Philip Gurdon. 
Joseph Bi'omehead. 
James Barclay. 
Samuel Pickard. 
Philip Batteson. 
John Fisher. 
Thomas Shrigley. 
Thomas Woods. 
Richard Green. 
John Villette. 

Soulden Lawrence. 

Peter Sandiford. 

John Panehen. 

John William Lindeman. 

Thomas Preston Cooper. 

James Jones Wilmer. 
1769. Charles Sandiford. 

John Blakiston. 

Robert Sole. 

Jesse Ponten. 

William Panehen. 

Henry Gretton. 

John Caulett. 

Richard Blucke. 

William Robert Wake. 

William Toy Young. 

Richard Sharpe. 

John Anderson. 

John Gretton. 

Nicholas Andrews. 

1775. George Watson. 

1776. Stephen Jenkyn. 
John Wilkins. 
John Forster. 
William Ma.sters. 
Robert Donaldson. 
Peter Windsor. 
Thomas Warry. 
John Myddelton. 
John Pridden. 
Charles Coote. 
Robert Heslop. 



176i 



1763. 



1764. 



1765. 



1766. 



1767. 



1768. 



1770. 

1771. 

1772. 
1773. 



1774. 



1777. 
1778. 



1779. 



APPENDIX E.- I. 



403 



1779. Thomas Peter Dod Salmon. 
James Salt. 

Cieorge Varenne. 
John Reed. 

1 780. William Filmer. 
Thomas Daniel Trollope. 

. Matthew Mapletoft. 
Thomas Clarkson. • 

Samuel Dewe. 
James Berry. 

1781. Joshua Ruddock. 
Simon Stanton. 
William Hesse. 

1783. John Higgius. 
Thomas Edwards. 
Richard Heighway. 

1784. John Sewell. 
George Martin Maber. 
Francis Say. 

John Owen. 
William Richards. 

1785. James Boulter. 
William Roberts. 
John Digby Fowell. 

1786. James Wadman Alexander. 
Thomas Dudley Fosbrooke. 

1787. Robert Porteous. 

1788. James Patterson. 
Samuel Holland. 
John Sharpe. 

1789. Edward Ward. 
George Hall. 

1790. Israel Bull. 

1791. William St. Julian Arabin. 

1792. William Jephson. 

1793. Isaac Hill. 
Alexander Sidebottom. 
John Waller. 

Josiah Bullock. 
James Way. 
James Speare. 
Thomas Matthews. 

1795. John Webb. 
William A. C. Durham. 
John Leese. 

Henry Harvey Baber. 

1796. William Thorpe. 
Joseph Shaw. 

1797. George Reading Leathes. 

1798. James G. Durham. 
Heni-y Godfre3\ 
Charles Slater. 

1799.' Thomas Rathbone. 
1800. George Carter. 



1802. Richard Mead. 

1803. Thomas Parker. 

1806. Thomas Cowper Hincks. 
John Wilson. 

1807. John Hallward. 

1808. Rirhard Harris Barbara. 
Wm. Elisha Law Faulkner. 
John Henry Thomas. 

1809. John James Cory. 
John Charles Williams. 
Thomas Richards. 

1812. John Butler Sanders. 
William Grant. 

1813. Richard Peck Allen. 

1814. Walter McDowall. 

1815. John St. Mawe. 

1816. Charlton Lane. 

1817. Sotherton Backler. 
Thomas Beckwith. 
Ephraim Hemming Snoad. 

1819. Benjamin Weeding. 
Joseph Burchell. 

1820. Josejjh Charles Philpot. 
George Duckett Barber Beau- 
mont. 

John Gore. 

1821. Josiah Pratt. 
Anthony Rich. 
Frederick Cuthbert Beresford 

Earle. 

1822. George Innes. 
James Soames. 
Peter Brett Bull. 

1823. William Frederick Powell. 
Disney Piobinson. 
Williams Hockin. 
Henry John Shackelton. 
Thomas Perham Luxmoro 

Hallett. 

1824. William John Copeland. 
Thomas Lyttletcn Holt. 
John Clarke Haden. 

1825. James Hassell. 
Oliver Ormerod. 
William Williams. 
Frederick Knyvett. 

1826. Joseph Pullen. 
Thomas Charles Barton. 
William Hewson, 

1827. Frederick James Burgmann. 
Frederick Grueber Lugard. 
Arthur Tatham, 

Charles James Berridgo 
Aldis. 



404 



APPENDIX E.— 1. 



Limited to 5 years, November 1, 
1827:— 

1828. Henry Couchman. 
Edward Archer Tawney. 
Henry Jeaffreson. 
Edward John Cathrow. 
William Henry Bloxsome. 
George Dent Johnson. 

1829. John Uouchman. 
John Edward Kempe. 
Hyla Holden Hose. 
Augustas Roots. 
William Busbridge Holmes. 

1830. Septimus Nottidge. 
James Thomas Johnson. 

1831. William Holden. 

Henry Thurston Thomson. 
Frederick Richard Sawer. 
Thomas Nash Stephenson, 
John Willott. 

1832. Philip Brown Dalton. 

1833. William Finch. 
George Searl Ebsworth. 
Alfred Arrow Kempe. 
John Barry Brodrick. 
John Josiah Day. 

1834. Richard Harris Dalton Bar- 

ham. 
Edward James Bevir. 
John Henry Webster. 
Philip Anderson. 

1835. Henry Annesley Hotchkin. 
Samuel Pryor Field. 

John Mounsey. 
Richard Bontein Howe. 

1836. MelsupHill. 
Francis Lovelace Coxe, 
Thomas Gouldbonrne Parker. 
Edward George Griffith. 

1838. William Jephson. 
George Ridout. 
Frederick Howes. 

1839. John Hulbert Glover. 
Charles Thomas Howard. 

1841. Thomas William Bartley. 

1842. Charles C. Crackanthorpe. 

1843. Thomas John Smith. 
Claudius R. Rowlatt. 
William Andrews Rogers. 

1844. Spencer Vincent. 
Astley Roberts. 

1845. Robert Burnell Brien. 
William Robert Burrcll. 



1845. James Prendergast. 

1846. Charles John Clay. 
Frederick Sleap. 
Charles F. Kelly. 
Robert Albion Pritchard. 
Thomas Julius Henderson. 

For 4 years : — 

1847. Hugh Kennedy. 
Arthur Thompson Bonner. 
Joseph R. Monkhouse. 
Wm. Christopher Valentine. 
Thomas Samuel Eraser Raw- 
lins. 

William Henry Mavor. 

1848. Samuel Robert Calthorp. 
Edgar Hyde. 

Alfred William Monkhouse. 
Charles Safford. 
Augustus Field. 
Henry Bolland. 

1849. Peter Sorrenson Royston. 
Edward Mourant Birch. 
William Griffith. 
Thomas H. Girtin. 
Robert Scott McDowall. 
George Drury. 
Herbert Henry Moseley. 

1850. James Hughes Cooper. 
Maxwell Miller. 

Sherrard Beaumont Burnaby. 
Lawrence Moriis Jackson. 
Arthur Sampford Tripp. 
James Henry Tomlinson 
Blunt. 

1851. Samuel Lobb. 

Alfred Henry Williams, 
Frederick York St. Leger. 
Evan Rutter. 

Geo. Francis Popham Blyth. 
Frederick William Kingsford. 

1852. William Wolfe Cape.^. 
Robert Nicholas -Sanderson. 
William Frederick Stocken. 
Arthur William Follett 

Halcombe. 

1853. Alexander George Begbie. 
Edward Hamilton Blyth. 
Conrad Von Ravin Nichol. 
Alfred John Packer. 
John Thomas Thorley. 
Algernon Emerick Cl(3meuti 

Smith. 



APPENDIX E.— I. 



405 



1 85 4. Arthur Steinkopff Thompson. 

1855. Frederick Cavan Blyth. 
Herbert Clementi Smith. 

1856. Thomas Graham. 
Peter Steel. 

Theodore Nevins Flintoff. 

1857. George William Butler. . 
Philip Edmund Monkhouse. 
Henry Joseph Greenhill. 
Arthur Charles Whitley. 

1858. Robert William Little. 
Edmund Fuller Griffin. 
Edward Bassett Key. 

1859. George Augustus Mayo How. 
Cecil Clementi Smith. 
Albert Birmingham Miller. 
Roderick Oliver. 

1860. Henry Lacey Taverner. 
Hy. Fothergill Whittington. 

• Francis Mantell Adams. 
Samuel Wetherfield. 
Francis John Ramsbotham. 

1861. Robert Barlow Gardiner. 
Risdon Darracott Bennett. 
Clement Frank W^alker. 

1862. Frederick William Spurling. 
Thomas Archibald Starnes 

White. 

1863. Arthur Black. 

Edmund Lawrence Hemsted 

Tew. 
Charles Edward Armand 

Semple. 

1864. Clement Smith. 
Philip Peck. 

1865. Gilbert Venables. , 
Edmond Arbuthnott Knox. 
Charles Morgan Cowie. 
Henry Selfe Bennett. 

1866. Edward Wilton South. 
Henry Maynard Mills. 
Awdry Peck. 

1867. Aubrey Lackington Moore. 
Vincent Charles Reynell 

Reynell. 
John Richardson Illingworth. 
Alfred Povah. 

1868. Herbert Cowie. 

Edward William Donoghue 

Manson. 
Walter William Kelly. 

^ After 1876 no distinction was 
made between Pauline and Campden 
ExLibitioueis. 



1868. Ernest William Matthew 

Carey Ruudell. 
William James Mann. 
Charles Edward Grenside. 

1869. Arthur Allen Leonard. 
Arthur Norreys Fynes- 

Clinton. 
Arthur Edward Quekett. . 
Charles Stubbs. 

1870. Frederick Vivian Knox. 
Frederick John Uttley Hel- 

more. 
John Charles Lewis Coward. 
George Meryon White. 
Cecil Moore. 
Frederick Henry Lacey. 

1871. Charles James Finch. 
Charles Herbert Roberts. 
Walter James Holmes. 

1873. Arthur Bovill Catty. 
Francis Pierrepoint Barnard. 

1874. John James Goodeve Lamb. 
George Herbert Damant. 
Robert Campbell Crokat. 
Thomas Seymour Tuke. 
Ernest Walter Benson. 
John Montagu Cadman. 

1875. James Brettell Heywood. 
Louis Stephen White. 
Sydney Flower Jackson. 
Charles Comber Ai-uold. 
Clement Ernest Rust. 

1876. William French Mayhew. 
Edward Francis Williams 

Hudson. 
John Carrington Foster. 
Stephen Thomas Salter. 
1877.^ John Maurice Schulhof. 
John Frederick Kieser. 
Ernest Henry Glaisher. 

1878. Hugh Renuie Brown. 
Archibald Edward Glover. 

1879. Henry White Wallis. 
Arthur Ernest Cowley. 
Herbert William Brown. 

1880. Thomas Digby Ashmore. 
Robert Percival Brown. 
Henry Alfred Stern. 

1881.*John Hampden Haydon, 
Scholar of King's College, 
Cambridge. - 

" Those marked thus * nntored the School 
after 1876, the date at which the Registers 
liere published end. 



406 



APPENDIX E.— II. 



1881. Edward Owen E. Leggatt. 
Herbert Alfred Raynes. 

1882. H. T. E. Barlow. 

*E. O. Pope, Scholar, Trinity 
College, Cambridge. 
C. B. Huleatt. 

*H. J. S. Heather, Scholar, 
Balliol College, Oxford. 

*T. J. M. Greenfield, Exhibi- 
tioner, Magdalen College, 
Oxford. 

*M. J. R. Dnnstan, Post- 
master, Merton College. 
Oxford. 



1883.*R. A. H. Hay, Barnes 

Scholar, Worcester Coll., 

Oxford. 
*R. S. Haydon, Exhibitioner, 

Caius College, Cambridge. 
G. L. N. Antrobus. 
*M. Jacobs, Scholar, Wadham 

College, Oxford, 
*G. B. Thur.ston, Scholar, 

Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge. 
*C. C. O'Neill, Scholar, Christ's 

College, Cambridge. 
A. E. Kelsey. 



II. 



CAMPDEN EXHIBITIONS. 



These Exhibitions were founded by the Will of Sir Baptist Hicks, 
Viscount Campden, as ajipears by the abstract below : to this abstract 
no date is attached, but the Will was made October 13, 1629. Lord 
Campden died in 1629, and Lord Northumberland (referred to in the 
Will) in 1632. The first Exhibitioners were ajjpointed in 1634, when 
the Company undertook to advance the necessary funds until tlie money 
came in from the property bequeathed for the Foundation. The Exhibi- 
tions were originally of the value of £10 per annum. 

An abstract taken out of my Lord Yiscount Campden's Will : — 
And whereas I have an Estate of inheritance in fee farme after the 
decease of the Right Honble the now Earle of Northumberland of and in 
a certain porcon of Tithese ariseing comeing increaseing and growing 
within the Territories Feilds and Hamletts of Woodhorne Woodhorne 
Seaton Wytheriugton Creswell Horton als Horneton Hirst Errington 
and Linton all which premises wei-e peel of the Rectory of Woodhorne 
in the County of Northumberland and late were pcell of the lands and 
possessions of the late Monastery of Tinmouth in the said County 

The one moyety of all which Tithes 

And the other moyety of the said Tithes I give and bequeath to the 
Company and Fellowshipp of the Mercers in London for the better main- 
tenance and advancement of such Scholler and Schollers as from time to 
time for ever from and after the death of the said Earle of Northumber- 
land shall bee preferred from Paules Schoole to Trinity Colledge in 
Cambridtre and when such Scholler and Schollers shall come to better 
preferment from Trinitie Colledge then my Will is that such other 
Scholler or Schollers of Paules Schoole that hee fittinge to bee preferred 
to Trinity Colledge aforesaid shall have the benefitt of this my gift. 

In 1802 (Lady Day) the Exhibitions were made of the value of J50 
each, tenable for seven years. On January 18, 1810, it was decided 
that there should be Six Exhibitions of £100 a year each. On March 
19, 1812, it was resolved that only one should be given annually; on 



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March 30, 1815, the resolution of January 18, 1810, was rescinded, and 
on March 14, 1816, the resolution of March 19, 1812, was rescinded.' On 
February 19, 1818, the number of Exhibitions was raised to Eic^ht, and 
subsequently, on April 2 of the same year, to Nine — but on November 1, 
1827, it was resolved that only one Exhibition should be given annually 
till the number was reduced to Five. 

In 1838 there were Ten Campden Exhibitions, tenable for five years: 
in 1841 their values were one annually of £100 and one or more of £70. 
These latter were in 1844 increased to £80. In 1847 the tenure was 
reduced to four years. These regulations continued in force till 1871, 
after which the Exhibitions vary considerably in number and value ; nor 
were the holders any longer compelled to go to Trinity College, Cambridge. 
In 1875 a new scheme came into force which is appended. 

Scheme for the management of Lord Campden's Exhibitions for 
Scholars proceeding from St. Paul's School in London to 
any College in either of the Universities of Oxford or 
Cambridge. 

1. The object of the above-named Trust shall be to promote liberal 
education. 

2. From the date of this Scheme all the particulars which by the 
Endowed Schools Act, 1869, sec. 46, are capable of being hereby repealed 
and abrogated, shall, so far as relates to the management of the Trust, 
but not to the vesting of the property thereof in the Mercers' Company, 
hereinafter called the Company, be repealed and abrogated. 

3. From and after the date of this Scheme the Governing Body of the 
Trust shall be a Governing Body, hereinafter called the Governors, 
established under the j^rovisious of a Scheme framed by the Endowed 
Schools Commissioners, and entitled a " Scheme for the management 
of St. Paul's School in London founded by Dean Colet." 

4. The property of the Trust shall continue to be vested in and 
managed by the Company, and the accounts thereof shall be subject 
to the like provisions as the accounts of the estates and property of 
St. Paul's School are subject to under clauses 9, 10, and 11, of the 
aforesaid Scheme for the management of St. Paul's School. The Company 
shall pay the net income of the Property of the Trust to the Governors 
at such times and intervals and in such manner as may be authorised 
or prescribed from time to time by the Charity Commissioners ; and 
such net income shall be api^lied by the Governors in accordance with 
the provisions in that behalf contained in the said Scheme for the 
management of St. Paul's School.^ Provided that this Scheme shall 
not affect the tenure by any person of any Exhibition payable out of 
the endowments of the Trust, which was held by him, or had been 
awarded to him on or before the date of this Scheme. 

5. If at any time any doubt or question arises among the Governors, 
or between the Company and the Governors, as to the proper construc- 
tion or application of any of the provisions of this Scheme, the 
Governors, and the Company, if necessary, shall apply to the Charity 
Commissioners for their opinion and advice thereon, which opinion and 
advice when given shall be binding on the Governors, and on the 
Company if concerned. 

1 See l.eloAV. 



4()S 



APPENDIX E.— II. 



6. The Charity Commissioners may, upon the application of the 
Company or of the Governors, from time to time in the exercise of 
their ordinary jurisdiction frame Schemes for the alteration of any 
provisions of this Scheme, provided that such Schemes be not incon- 
sistent with the first clause of this Scheme, or with anything contained 
in the Endowed Schools Acts 1869 and 1873. 

7. The Governors shall cause this Scheme to be printed and a copy 
to be given to every person who shall become a Governor. 

8. The date of this Scheme shall be the day on which Her Majesty 
by order in Council declares Her approbation of it, or the day im- 
mediately after the date of the said Scheme for the management of 
St. Paul's School, whichever shall last happen. 

Approved, 
June 21, 1875. Ekhmond. 



St. Paul's School Scheme, § 75. 

The Governors shall in each year employ the net income payable to 
them under the provisions of a Scheme framed by the Endowed Schools 
Commissioners for the management of Lord Campden's Exhibitions or 
such portion thereof being as near as may be the sum of £1,000, 
as they deem expedient in the establishment and maintenance of Exhi- 
bitions to be awarded annually by open competition among boys who 
have been educated at the Classical School for such time previous to 
the award thereof as the Governors may from time to time determine 
and to be tenable at any University or other place of liberal education 
to be approved in each case by the Governors. 



CAMPDEN EXHIBITIONERS. 



1634. Samuel Swan. 
Richard Culverwell. 

1635. Richard Pye. 
Richard Glover. 
Daniel Barnes. 

1639. Daniel Latham. 
1654. Thomas Gipps. 

John Yardley. 

John Oughton. 

John Hutchinsor. 

Richard Pelley. 
1659. Richard Smith. 

1661. William Davies. 
John Herring. 

1662. Richard Velley. 
1665. Samuel Johnson. 

John Pulleyn. 
1671. William Perry. 
1673. John Wells. 

Francis Godfrey. 
167.''). Pliilip Ayscough. 



1675. 
1676. 
1682. 
1684. 
1686. 
1688. 

1689. 
1690. 
1695. 

1696. 
1697. 
1698. 
1702. 

1703. 
1705. 

1706. 
1708. 



Daniel Hopkins. 
Thomas Baker. 
Thomas Vincent. 
Robert Thomas. 
James Shipton. 
George Jeffs. 
Henry Denne. 
George Tilson. 
Roger Gale. 
John Fisher. 
John Jeffreys. 
Clement Tookie. 
Samuel Dod. 
John Price. 
William Cooper. 
Peter Ashton. 
Thomas Rowell. 
William Smith. 
Miles West. 
John Hillary. 
John Simpson. 



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409 



1709. 
1712. 
1713. 
1716. 
1718. 
1719. 
1721. 
1722. 
1727. 



1729. 
1730. 
1731. 
1732. 
1733. 
1735. 
1739. 
1740. 
1741. 
1744. 



Edward Peach. 
Jolin Lawson. 
Joseph Crayker. 
Johu Ramsey. 
Henry Panton. 
John Smith. 
Thomas Shard. 
Charles Bellinger. 
Robert Curtis. 
Peter Simon. 
John Howess. 
James Postlethwayte, 
Richard Smith. 
Thomas Salmon. 
Robert Tomlinson. 
Edward Jeffereys. 
Daniel Bellamy. 
Thomas Fairchild. 
Joseph Fearon. 
Abraham Barbour Pugh. 
William Allen. 



No Campden Exhibitioners are 
found in the Ledger between 1744 
and 1755. 

1755. John Garnett. 
1757. James Grignion. 

John Waterhoupe. 
1760. Charles Moore. 

Christopher Armstrong. 
1762. John Mors Ellis. 

Charles Fonnerean. 
1766. Richard Green. 

1769. William Layton. 
Thomas Morrison? 

1770. John Tillotson. 

1771. Robert Jones Moreton. 
Eli Morgan Price. 

1773. Henry Bond Fowler. 

1775. John Garnett. 

1776. John Moore Brooke. 

1777. Wm. Robert Wadeson. 

1778. Robert Gray. 
John Taylor Lamb. 
Richard Edwards. 

1779. George Bell. 
1781. Richard Jeffries. 

Edward Ptoberts. 

1783. Alfred William Roberts. 
Elias Griffies. 

Joseph Winder. 

1784. William Pngh. 



1784. Thomas Layton. 

1785. Richard Smith. 
John Davies (Davis). 

1793. George Currie (C'urrey). 

1794. John Thomas Wilgress. 
1800. John Wild. 

1802. William Sharpie. 

1810. John James Cory. 

1811. Benjamin Keen. 
John Hugh Jones. 

1812. Anthony Gordon. 

1813. James Cooper. 

1814. Samuel Hawkes. 

1815. Henry James Hastings. 

1816. Francis Goode. 

1817. Alfred OUivant. 

1818. Francis Walsh. 
John Thomas Hinds. 
Edward Morton. 

1819. Simeon John Boileau. 

1820. Lawrence Gwynne. 
Edward Judge. 

1821. William Goode. 

1822. Markland Barnard. 
Charles William Chalklen. 

1823. James Henry Stone. 

1824. James Prince Lee. 

1825. William Aldwin Soames. 

1826. Thomas Henry Steel. 
Thomas Wilkinson. 

1827. Benjamin Dann Walsh. 

1829. Isaac William North. 
James Hassall. 
Frederick Grueber Lugard. 
Charles J. Beri'idge Aldis. 

1830. Jacob Hugo North. 
Charles Frederick Hawkes. 
Joseph Blades Palmer. 

1831. Edward Howes. 
John William Hall. 
Thomas Barnes. 

1832. William Alexander Osborne. 

1833. JohnWindle. 

Robert Ralph Augustus 
Hawkins. 

1834. Charles Coleby Roberts. 
Robert John Pollock. 
John St. Mawe Tatlow. 

1835 Arthur Shelly Eddis. 
Edward Ollivant. 
Charles Richard Alford. 

1836. Philip Wright. 

1837. Charles Samuel Stokes. 
Fielding Wallis Tate. 



410 



APPENDIX E.— II. 



1837. William Jephson. 

1838. Thomas Gouldbourne Parker.^ 

Benjamin Webb. 

1839. Thomas Burnaby. 

1840. Scott N. Stokes. 
George R. Kingdon. 
John P. Snow. 
George H. Cooper. 

1841. James Milner. 
Joshua Bird Allen. 

1842. George Brien. 
William Brodrick. 

1843. Edward Healy. 
Richard Whittington. 

1844. Charles U. Dasent. 
Warren B. Hastings. 

1845. Alfred J. Carver. ' 
Morris Thomas. 

1846. G. F. Prescott. 
R. G. S liter. 

1847. Corbett Metcalfe Moore. 
Heru-y Francis Shebbeare. 

1848. Charles Andrew Prescott. 
Sylvester Joseph Hunter. 

1849. James Durant Kingdon. 
Andrew Burn Suter. 

1850. Henry Clarke Monkhouse. 
Piobert Costall May. 

1851. George William Lawrance. 
Edward G. Alston. 
Samuel Lobh. 

Alfred Williams. 

1852. Henry William Lord. 

1853. John Kempthorne. 
A. de M. Hensley. 

1854. Hollingworth T. Kingdon. 
Burman Cassin. 

Henry Stokes Lenny. 

1855. Henry J. Matthew. 
Lloyd Cosmo Williams. 

1856. Francis Whyley. 

1857. Thomas Miller. 
Paul Whalley. 

Walter Debenham Sweeting. 

1858. Walter John Lawrance. 
Frederick Mackenzie Wil- 
liams. 

Frederick Augustus Hand. 

1859. John Walter Spurling. 



1859. Walter Meredith Deane. 

1860. W. P. Howard. 
Charles John Ridgeway. 

1861. Alfred William South. 
Charles Edwin Roberts. 
Francis Thomas Bramston. 
Langdon Hawes. 
Osborne C. Vyse Aldis, 

1862. Francis George Howard. 
William Clement Upton. 
Montague Calloway Gossett. 

1863. Edward Bell. 

Francis James Crosland Fen- 
ton. 

1864. Gilbert Venables. 
Francis Archer Upton. 
Guybon H. Damant. 

1865. John Arrow Kempe. 
Henry A. Hinson. 

1866. John Henry Champion 

McGill. 
T. A. Burdon. 

1867. James Whitbread Lee 

Glaisher. 
Leighton Mayo Dalton. 

1868. Alfred Bray Kempe. 
Arthur Stenning. 

1869. Walter Annis Attenborough. 
Ernest Bell. 

1870. George Herbert Rust. 
Samuel Arthur Saunder. 
Frederick Heniy Lacey. 

1871. Arthur Wellington South. 
Lindsey Neville Knox. 
Wynnard Hooper. 
Arthur Percy Lloyd. 

1872. John Basil Rust.' 
Henry Eugene Roberts. 
Frederick Wallis. 
Robert Henry Hill. 
John Moore Sinvanki. 

1873. William Mansfield Rhodes. 
Edward Forbes Lankester. 
John Stewart Norman. 
Robert Lindow Carr. 

1874. George Thomas Atkinson. 

1875. Arnold Jo.seph Wallis. 
William Edward Windle. 

1876. Kennard G. Metcalfe. 



For continuation see preceding List (p. 405, note). 



^ T. G. P. was at first a Pauline Exhibitioner, liut nftinwards lie exchanpMl witli 
William Jepli.son. 



APPENDIX E.— III., IV. 411 



III. 
SIR ROBERT WOOD'S SCHOLARSHIP. 

Sir Robert Wood, Knt., of Islington (who was bux-ied November 11, 
1662), gave the messuage or tenement of the Plough, with the two 
tenements adjoining, called the Bottle-house and the Bear in Barnwell 
for the founding of thi-ee Scholarships, in St. John's College, Cambridge. 
The three scholars are to be elected by the master and senior fellows of 
the College : (1) of such scholars as have learned or do learn at the Free 
Grammar School at Westminster and are of the 6th or 7th form of the 
School, and in default of such, then (2) out of the scholars of the Free School 
of St. Paul's, London, and Merchant Taylors', or any other school within 
the city of London, or county of Middlesex, according as the master and 
seniors of the said College s