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DURHAM 
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR 

WITH ALMANACK 
I 9 2 O - I 9 2 I . '-W 







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Durham. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

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.39 

60 

88 



Terms for 1922 

Almanack 

Thk Act of 1908 

-Charter 

Statutes 

Regulations 

-constitl'tion of the committee of finance 132 

Officers of the University 13.3 

Members of Convocation 161 

Subjects of Examination— 

Matriculation ... ... ... ... ... ... 175 

Coiir.ses for L.Th., Dip.Th., B.D., and D.D. ... 187 

Entrance Scholar.ships in the Durham Colleges ... 194 

Arts Course (Pass) (at Durham or Newcastle) ... 196 

,, ,, (Honours) at Durham ... ... .. 215 

,, ,, ,, at Newcastle ... ... ... 226 

Military Science ... ... ... ... ... ... 246 

Civil Law ... ... ... ... ... ... 247 

Master of Arts and Master ot Letters ... ... ... 249 

Music 251 

Diploma in the Theory and Practice of Teaching ... 253 

Diploma in Forei,e:n Languages ... ... ... 254 

Medical Course ... ... ... ... ... ... 255 

Diploma in Public Health... ... ... ... ... 260 

Licence in Dental Surgery ... ... ... ... 261 

Diploma in Psychiatry ... ... ... ... ... 261 

Science Courses (Pass) ... ... ... ... ... 262 

,, ,, (Honours) ... ... ... ... 270 

Master of Science and Doctor of Science ... ... 273 

Commerce Course ... .. ... ... ... ... 275 

Doctorate in Philosophy ... ... ... ... ... 279 

University Fellowships ... ... ... ... ... 285 

Scholarships and Prizes 286 

Pi'BLic Examinations — 

Examitiaiions for B.D. and Diploma in Theology .. 344 

„ L.Th ... m6 

,, in Arts ; ... 348 



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CONTENTS. 



Pi'BLic Examinations — 

Exaniinalioiis ill Medicine ... ... .•■ .IS^ 

,. Science ... ... ... ... ■■• 3^8 

Music 381 

Commerce ... ... ... ... 383 

,, tor tlie Diploma in the Theory and 

Practice of Teachin^T ... ... ... 385 

,, tor Matriculation ... ... ... ... 385 

tor Entrance of Students in Music ... 390 

DliGREES COXFKRREI) .XNP LiCENCKS GRANTED IN 

1919-1920 39' 

DiRHAM Division 404 

Regulations of the Dirham Colleges 405 

University College 4'3 

Hatfield College 4^9 

Bishop Cosin's Hall 44^ 

St. Chad's College 447 

St. John's College 45^ 

Bede College 45^ 

St. Mary's College 458 

Non-Collegiate Members 461 

Home Students (Women) 475 

Unattached Members 478 

College of Medicine, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ... 505 

Armstrong College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 538 

Codrixgton College, Barbados 568 

Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone 573 

De(;rees by Diploma, by Vote of Convocation, 

Honorary, and Ad Eunde.m 578 

"Complete Honour Lists of Final Exa.minations for 

years precedinjj 1920 ... ... •■ ■• •■• 59° 

Alphabetical List of Members of the University 618 

University Fees ... 824 

Regulations for .Academical Costume 828 

Grant of .-Vr.ms to the University 8.52 

University .Societies and Clubs 8.^4 

Appendix (Past Officers) 837 

Accounts — 

University ... ... ... ... ... ■■ ■•• 850 

Durham Colleges ... ... ... ... ... ... 856 

College of Medicine ... ... ... ... •. 862 

.Armsirong College ... . , ... .• •■■ 876 

Special Regulations respecting Persons on Military 

Service 880 



TERIAIS FOR 19 2 2. 



DURHAM DIVISION. 
Epiphany : January 20th — March 21st. 
Easter : April 28th— June 27th. 
Michaelmas i October 13th — December 12th. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 
Epiphany: January 10th — March 25th. 
Easter: April 11th— June 30th. 
Michaelmas: October 3rd — December 21st. 

ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 
Epiphany: January 10th March 18th. 
Easter: April 19th— June 27th. 
Michaelmas : October 3rd — December 21st. 



IQ20. S i: PTH.M H !•: R. 



Phases ok the Moon. 



Last Quarter, ^ih, 7.5 p.m. | First Quarter, 20th, 4.55 a.m. 

New Moon, i2ih, u. 52 p.m. | Full Moon, 28tli, 1.57 a.m. 



W. S. Giles, Ahhol and Con fcxsnr. 
Th. 



3 F. 

4 S. 



- (T. ^niulcrutli -Sun^ai) .il'tcr liiiiiitn. 
i) M. 

- Yw. ^- Evurtiiis, Bishop. 
S \V. \o/ivi/}> of the Bh'sse 



xeii Virgin Mary. 



9 Th. 



12 (£. J^iftfcnth -Suuti.iit aftrv tiviuiti). 

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14 Tu. Exaltation 0/ the Holy Cros.'S. 

15 W. Embkr Day. 

16 Til. 

17 F. Ember Day. .S". l.anibert, Bishop and .Martyr. 

18 S. Ember Day. 



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Archbishop and Martyr. 

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28 I Til. 

■29 ' ^'- <S. JHifharl aub all ^ngrlis. 

30 I Th. 5. Jerome, Priest, Confessor and /doctor. 

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1920. 



1st, Sun Rises 5.14 a.m., Sets 6.57 p.m., at Durham. 



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Last da\' for entries for First and Second Exam- 
inations in Commerce, First and Second Exam- 
inations in Science, Lloyd's Register Scholarship 
Examination, Armstrong' College Diploma Exam- 
inations, and Examination for Entratice Exhibi- 
tions in Arts (Armstrongf Colleg-e). 



Examination for Matriculation (Newcastle Division), 
and for University Medical Scholarship begins. 
Candidates for ^I.A. and M.Litt. to send in 
their iiames. 



19 I €. I 

M. \ Estates Committee. Intermediate and Second Year 

! Examinations for B.A. begin. 

Til. Examinations for Degrees in Music. 
W. 

23 I Th. First Examination in Music. 

24 F. I 

25 I S. I Convocation. 



26 £. 

27 1 M. 



28 J Tu. 

29 1 VV. 

30 ! Th. 



First and Second Examinations in Science and 
Commerce. Examinations for Armstrong College 
Diplomas and Lloyds' Register Scholarships 
begin. Meeting o^ Council o( Armstrong College. 
Meeting of House Committee of Armstrong 
College. Meeting of Finance Committee of 
Armstrong College. 

Examination for Entrance Exhibitions in Arts at 
Arm>-trong College begins. 



1920. 


OCTOBER. 


Phases of the Moon. 


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OCTOBER. 1920. 


1st, Sun Rises 6. 10 a.m., Sets 5.41 p.m., at Durham. 


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Michaelmas Term of the Colleg^e oi Medicine bei;iiis. 
Annual Meetiritr of the Governors of Armstrouij 
Collejfe. Couiu'il of Armstrons^ Colle_t;e. 

Michaelmas Term 0^ ArmsironiJ- Coliesife bejjins. 


M. 

Tu. MatriculHtion Examination (Durliani Division) benins. 

W. i 

Th. Board ot the FaoiiUy of Commerce. 

F. Durham C"olley;es INIicliaehn.as Term beyiiis. 

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Lectures at Durham bestjin. Board o'i Professors, 
Armstrong- Ci>llei<e. 

Board of tiie Faculty of Science. 

Finance Committee of Senate. Matriculation Hoard. 

Board of the Facultj' of Theology. 
Boards of the Faculties of Arts and Letters. 
Candidates for Examinations in Arts and Theology 
to send in their names. 


Estates Committee. 

Council of the Durliam Colleges. 

Tuition Fees at Durham to be paid. 





'9 


20. 


NO\' !•; .M H !•; R. 

ThASKS OI- THK MlHIN. 




Lav 


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23 


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24 


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26 


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29 


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30 


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NOVEMBER. 1920. 


1st, 


Sun Rises 7. u a.m., Sets 4.29 p.m., at Durham. 


I 


M. 


House and Finance Committees, Armstrong- College. 


- 


Tu. 


Ci'iNVOCATiON for admitting- Proctors to their offices 
and Meeting of Senate at Durham. 


3 


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Meeting- oi the Curators of the Library. 


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Open Day. Council of Armstrong College. 


16 


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Meeting of the Board o'i F"aculties. Examinations for 
M.A. and M.Litt. 


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Finance Committee of .Senate. 


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Estates Committee. Board of Professors, Armstrong 
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Council of the Durham Colleges. 


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DECEMBER. 1920. 


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Sun Rises 8.8 a.m., Sets 3.42 p.m., at Durham. 


2 


Th. 


Examination L. Th. (Part B) begins. 


3 


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Examination for B.A. degree beg-ins. 


4 


S. 




5 


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First Year and Intermediate (Durham only) Exam- 
inations in Arts. House and Finance Committee's, 
Arm>.trong College. 


7 


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Examination for L.Th. (Part A) begins. 


9 


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Collections begin. 


10 


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11 


S. 




12 


£. 




•3 


M. 




14 


Tu. 


Convocation at Durham. Durham Colleges Michael- 
mas Term ends. 


'5 


W. 




16 


Th. 




•7 


F. 


Michaelmas Term of the College of Medicine ends. 


18 


S. 


Michaelmas Term of Armstrong College ends. 


•9 


€. 




20 


M. 


Estates Conmiiitee. 


21 


Tu. 




22 


W. 




23 


Th. 




H 


F. 




25 


S. 




26 


t. 




^7 


M. 




28 


Tu. 




■29 


W. 




30 


Th. 




3' 


F. 





'4 



IQ2I. - 


j .A \ V A R y . 










Ph.\ses ok the Moon. 






N\-\ 


Mo 


>ii, tjili, 5.J7 a.m. Full Moon, j 


Vil, M.S 1 


1.111. 


Kii-> 


1 Oil 


irler, 171I1, 6._^r ;i.in. Last CJuarler 


, ;>olh, S.2 


p.m. 


1 


S. 


^l!iii'uiuiij.inii. 






^rconb ^uiib.u] after CChristma*. 






3 


M. 








4 


Tu. 








5 


W. 








6 


Til. 
1.' 


(•:pi}.ili,uui 






7 

S 


1 • 

S. 


.S". Lnc'utn, Pricsf ainf Martyr. 






9 


§. 


^irst ^unb.ip .iftcr (fpiplr.uui 






lO 


M. i 








1 1 


Tu.' 








12 


W. ! 








1 "; 


Th. 


S. Hilary. Bishof^. 






U 


K. 








' 5 


S. 








i6 


S3. 


^rrcinb ^itniaii viftcr (f piphanti. 






1 7 


.M. 








i8 


Tu. 


.v. Prised, Virgin and Martyr. 






'9 


W. 








20 


Til. 


S. Fabian, JJisliof) and Martyr. 








F. 


.S. Agnes, Virgin a)id Martyr. 






- 


S. 


S. Vincent, Deacon and Martyr. 






^3 


«. 


-Srptu-.igcsimrt ^Suubau. 






24 


M. 








2S 


Tu. 


(Conln-rsion of -^ ^.lul 






26 


W. 








27 


Th. 








28 


F. 








29 


S. 








30 


«. 


^fxagrsitna -Snnliau. 






3' 


Xl. 


,' 







JANUARY. i92i 

1st, Sun Rises 8.33 a.m., Sets 3.47 p.m., at Dlrh.am. 
S. Candidates for D.Sc. to send in their names. 



2 i3. 

-, M. 

; Tu. 

.S w. 

b Th. 

7 F. 

8 S. 



9 36. 

in M. House and Finance Committees, Armstrong- College. 
I I Tu. Mpiphany Term ot the Colle_s:::e ot .Metiii-ine hegins. 

Epiphaii)" Term ot Armstrong' College begins. 

Matriculaticin Examinfuion (Durham Division) 

begins. 

12 W. 

13 Th. Board of the Faculty of Coujiiierce. 

14 F. Durham Colleges Epiphan\ Term begins. 

15 S. 



16 IS1. 

17 M. \ Lectures at Durham begin. Coimcil of Armstrong 

Collesfe. 

18 Tu.! 

19 W. Board of Clinical -Studies. Board oi the Faculty of 

Science. 

20 Th. Finance Committee ot Senate. Matriculation Board. 

Board of the P'acuhy ot Theology. 

21 F. Boards of the Faculties of Arts and Letters. 
^2 ! S. i 



24 M. I Estates Connnittee. 

Board of Professors, Armstrong College. 

25 Tu. Council of the Durham Colleges. 

26 W. I Candidates for Examinations in Theolog\" to send 

in their names. 

27 Th. 

28 F. I Tuition Fees at Durham to be paid. 

29 S. I 



30 . <3. 

31 M. j Exercises tor D.Mus. to be sent in. House and 

I Finance Committees, Armstrong College. 



i6 



I' !•: H R r A i; \- 



I'llASKS OF THK iMOON. 

\e\v Moon, 8tl), 12.37 «i-'ii- | F"" Moon, jjiul, 9.32 a.m. 

First Quarter, 15th, 6.5^ p.m. | 

1 I TuJ Vit-il. 

2 W. J^urifii-atiou of the J(3. '0. .^H. 

^ Th. .V. B/iist'i/s, Blshofi and Martyr. 

4 F. 

5 .S. .*». Airallui, X^irir'ni and Martyr. 



6 23. Q^uiDiiu.iaci^im.i ^imb.ui. 

7 M. 

8 Tn. 

9 \V. ^5h eo.lciiu-'ob.in. 

10 111. 

11 K. 

12 .S. 



13 J3. ' Jt^ivdt -Suufian in 'iii\\\. 

14 M. -V. Valcniinc, BisJiof) (Did Martyr. 
,5 Tm. 

16 W. E.MHF.R Day. 

17 Th. 

18 F. E.MBKR Day. 
iq S. E.MBER Day. 



20 %. (Sfcoiib ^uubai) in ^cnt. 

21 M, 
12 Tu 

23 \V. \'i^il. 

24 Th. -S. /Batthias. <3^p. anb i\\. 

25 F. 

26 S. 



27 ?3- 

28 M. 



Xhivb .^nnbai) in ^'cnt. 



FEBRUARY. 1921. 


I 


I St, 


Sun Rises 7.59 a.m., Sets 4.41 p.m., at Durham. 


Tu. 


Convocation and Meeting- of Senate at Durham. 


2 


W. 




3 


Th. 




4 


F. 


Meeting: of the Curators of the Library. 


5 


S. 




6 


23. 




/ 


]\l. 


Estates Committee. Council of .A.rmsirong- College. 


8 


Tu. 


Council oi the Durham Colleges. Council of the 
College of Medicine. 


9 


\V. 


No Lectures at Durham. « 


10 


Th. 
F. 




'- 


S. 




i_^ 


S3. 




•4 


M. 


Open Day. 


15 


Tu. 


Meeting- ot the Board of Faculties. 


16 


W. 


Last day for Entries for Second and Final Examin- 
ations for B.Sc. in Agriculture. 


>7 


Th. 


Finance Committee of Senate. 


18 


F. 


- 


'9 


S. 




20 


*J. 




2 1 


iM. 


Estates Committee. Board of Professors, .Armstiong 
Collegia. 


22 


Tu. 


Council of the Durham Colleges. 


2 "^ 


\V. 




24. 


Th. 




-5 


F. 




^6 


S. 


Last da\' foi- entries for Diploma in Ag-riculture 
Examination. 


-7 


3S3. 




28 


M. 


i 
1 



i8 



H)J1. 



M A RC 11 . 



Phases of the Moon. 



Last Quarter, ist, j.jj p.m. I First Quarter, 17th, 3.49 a.m. 

Now Min>n, qth, 6.g p.m. | Full Moon, 23rd, 8.19 p.m. 

Last Quarter, 31 si, 0.13 a.m. 



I I Tu. .b". David, Arc/ihishi)/y. 

2 \V. .9. C/ia(f, Bishop. 

3 Til. 

4 F. 

6 - 13. J-'nuith ^unb.ui in ICnit. 

7 M. ,V. Prrpetna, M'arlvr. 

8 Tu. 

9 W. 

10 Th. 

11 F. 

12 S. .S'. Gregory, Arr/ihisltop. 



§. Jffifth .SniiO.ii) ill iCfiit. 

M. 

Tu. 

\V. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 



S. Ed'Murd, King of West Saxons. 






1 


20 


'?6. 1 


21 


.M. 


22 


Tu. 


2.3 


W., 


24 


Ih.l 


2,S 


F. \ 


26 


S. i 

i 




53. 


28 


.\I. 


29 


Tu. 


1O 


W. 


.S' 


Th. 



-Si.vth ^uuiiaB in 4£cnt. 

MoNOAY BEFORE Easter. .S". Benedict, Ahhoi. 

Tl KSDAY BEFORE EaSTER. 

W'ed.nesdav hefore Easter. 

Thlrsoay before Easter. 

Good Friday, ^nuimciatiou of tlic <3. "0. i'^. 

Easter Even. \'i.<'l- 



Monday in Easter Week. 
Tuesday in Faster Week. 



MARCH. 192 1, 

1st, Sun Rises 6.59 a.m., Sets 5.39 p.m., at Durham. 



Tu. Meeting- oi Senate at College of Medicine. 
W. 



3 


Th. 


4 


F. 


5 


S. 


6 


^. 


7 


Al. 



8 


Tu 


9 


W. 


10 


Th 


1 1 


F. 


12 


S. 


U 


W 


'4 


M. 



House and Finance Committees, Armstrong' College. 
Class Examinations al the College of Metlicine 
begin. Examination for the Degree of Bachelor 
of H^'giene, and for the Diploma in Public Health 
begins. 

Examinations for L.Th. (Paits A aiul H) begin. 

Collections and Examinations for Cnivei'silx' Scliolar- 

ships begin. 
Second M.B. ami H.S., and Third L.D S. l-'x;iminalions 

begin. 

First JNJ.H. and H.S., and F\v>\ .ind Secc-md L. P.S. 
I Examinations begin. P'xaminativins tor Pipk^ma 

j in Ag'riculture begin. C'liuni-i! oi' Armstriing 

Colleg:e. 

15 Tu. D.Hv. (Essa\') Examin.itii)n. niuiiam (."iilleges 
I I Epiphany Term ends. 

16 i VV. j Third M.B. and B.S. Examination begins. Second 

I and Final B.Sc. Examinations in Ag-ricullure begin. 

I I Candidates to send in their names for Klxamin- 

I I ations in Arts and Theolog-y (including H.l">.l. 

17 ]Th.| First Examination in Music begins. 

18 1 F. I Practical Examination in Music. M.D. (Practitioners) 
I i M.S., Final M.B. and B.S., and Final L.D.S. 

Examinations begin. 

19 S. Epiphany Term of Armstrong College ends. Last d^u' 

for entries for Examinations in .Arts, Science (other 
than Agiiculiure) and Commerce, and for Diploni.a 
: j in 'Iheorv and Practice of Teaching, 

^o j^.^ I "^'^ ~ ' ^ 

21 ' M. j Estates Connnittee. 

22 Tn. 
-3 I W. I 
24 Th. 

26 I S. I Convocation at the College ot Medicine. Epiphany 
Term of the Coltege of Medicine ends. 

27 ii©: 

28 ' M. 

29 Tu.j [31] Exenises for B.Alus. to be sent in. Candiilales 

30 W. I for M..Sc.to send in their names. Last day tor 

31 Th.! entries for W. R. Noble .Memorial Scholarship. 



iQji. APRIL. 

Phasks ov the Moon. 
New Moon, 8tli, 9.5 p.m. I Full Moon, 22nd, 7.49 a.m. 

First Quarter, 15111, 10.12 a.m. | Last Quarter, 30tli, 4.9 a.m. 

1 If. i 

2 s. 



3 a. #irst (Suubai) vlftCV (f.lSitcr. .V. Richard, Bishop. 

4 AL .-S". Ambrose, Bishop. 
i ^ Tu. 

! t> W. 

7 Til. 

5 F. : 
9 |S. 



10 S3, ^cronli ^nnb.in .iftcr (f.istcr. 

11 M. 

12 Tu. 
•3 W. 
14 Th. 

'5 F- 

16 .S. 



17 (^. Thivli ^unb.u) uftrv (gastcr. 

18 .M. 

19 Tu. ■^- Alphcire, Archbishop. 

20 \V. 

21 Th. 

22 F. 

2^ S . -*>• Georgi', Martyr. 



'4 <& J'ourth ^nnb-.n) after (E.istn-. 

25 M. ^ 4B.uin (£U. •Aw'h i«. 

26 Tu. 

27 W. 

28 Th. 

29 F. 
.10 S. i 



APRIL. ic,2i. 




1st, 


Sun Rises 5.42 a.m., Sets 6.40 p.m., at Durh.a.m. 


1 
1 


I 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

q 

lO 

1 1 

12 

>3 

14 
15 
16 

17 
18 

19 

20 

-3 

24 

25 
26 

-7 

28 
29 

30 


F. 

S. 

^• 

M. 

Tu. 

\V. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 

«• 
M. 
Tu. 

W. 

Th. 
F. 

s. 

§. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 
F. 

S. 

iQ. 

M. 

|Tu. 

W. 

Th. 
F. 

S. 


- 




IS. 

in 


Easter Term ot the Collei;e of Medicine begii 
Candidates tor M.A. and M.Litt. to send 
their names. 

Registration Hook ot tlie College of Medicine close. 


Easter Term of Armstronjj Collegfe beg-ins. 
Board (U the Faculty oi' Commerce. 

1 


Board of Professois, Armstrong College. 

Board oi Clinical Studies. Board of the Faculty 
Science. 

Durham Colleges Easter Term begins. Candida 
for B.Sc. and B.Com. to send in tlieir names. 


of 
es 



I92I. MAY. 


Phases of the Moon. 

New Moon, 7th, 9.2 p.m. Full Moon, 21st, 8. 
First Quarter, 14th, 3.25 p.m. Last Quarter, 29th 


15 p.m. 
9.45 p.m. 


2 ' M. 

3 Tu. 

4 w. 

5 Th. 

6 F. 

7 S. 

8 (g. 

9 M. 

10 Tu. 

11 W. 

12 Th. 
•3 F. 
14 S. 


cdfifth ^unbat) after (faetrr. -^^. J3hiltp 

RociATION DaV. 

Rogation Day. //n'cn/ion of the Cross. 

Rogation Day. \'igil. 

^Vsctnsiou 33a 1) 

5. Johti Ev. ante port. Lat. 


tni Jamrs, 


-Sunbaii after ^srcnsion ^.iji. 
Vigil. 


15 
16 

'7 
18 

19 
20 
21 


Qgf. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 


ggihitsun ^ai). 

Monday in VVhitsin Week. 

Tuesday in Wiutsin Week. 

Ember Day. 

5". Dmistii}! , Archbishop. 

E.MBER Day. 

Ember Day. 




22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 


Q5. 

M. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 

<^- 
M. 
Tu. 


"(Ertniti) ^uubaii. 

5. Augustine, Archbishop of Canterbury. 
Ven. Bede, Priest. 

jFir«t ^nn^ji)} rtftcr lErinitj). 


29 
30 
3' 



MAY. 192 1. 


1st, Sun Rises 4.30 a.m., Skts 7.38 p.m., at Durham. 


i 


l§. 




2 


1 M. 


Lectures at Durham beg^in. 


3 


jTu 




4 


W. 




5 


Th 


No Lectures at Durham. Finance Committee of 
Senate. Matriculation Board. Board of the 




[ ^ Faculty of Theology. 


6 


F. 1 Boards of the Faculties of Arts and Letters. 


7 


S. 


I 


8 




9 


M. Estates Committee. House and Finance Committees, 




Armstrong- Colleg:e. 


10 


Tu. Council of the Durham Colleg:es. 


II 


w. i 


12 j Th. 


13 F. i Tuition Fees at Durham to be paid. 


14 S. 




'5 


^. 




16 


M. 


Open Day. 


17 


Tu. 


Meeting of Senate at Durham. 


18 


W. 




19 


Th. 




20 


F. 


Meeting of the Curators of the Library. 


21 


S. 




22 ; 


^• 




23 


M. 


Estates Committee. Council of Armstrong College. 


24 


Tu. 


Council of the Durham Colleges. 


25 


W. 




26 


Th. 




1 
27 1 


F. 


Long- Reading Prize. 


28 1 


S. 




29 


§• 




30 I 


M. 


Board of Professors, Armstrong College. 


^' i 


Tu. 


Meeting of the Board of Faculties. 



-'4 



1Q2I. 


J u N i<: . 




Phases of the Moon. 


New Moon, 6th, 6.15 a.m. Full iMoon, 20th, 9.41 a.m. 


First Quarter, 12th, 9.0 p.m. Last Quarter, 28th, 1.17 p.m. 


1 VV. 


.S'. Nicojnede, Priest nud Marlyr. 


2 Th. 




3 F- 




4 s. 




5 l^- 


fSfconl) J^uuti.U) aftrr Triuiti}. -S". Bonifure, Bishop 




unci Martyr. 


6 M. 




7 Tu. 




8 W. 




q Til. 




10 F. 




11 S. 


^. iV.unaba'j. 3^p. .lut) i^l. 


12 gg. 


Tlttrb ^unbnu after 1'rinttjj. 


,3 M. 




■ 4 Tu. 




15 \V. 




16 Th. 




.7 F. 


.V. Albtiii, Martyr. 


18 S. 




19 <:§■ 


-Ifonrth ^unbau after vTrtuiti}. 


20 M. 


Translation of Edr^iard Kinir of West Saxons. 


21 Tu. 




22 W. 




23 Th. 


Vigil. 


24 F. 


^tatiUitjj of :Ss. Joint iJaptist. 


25 s. 


1 


26 (§. 


.l^ifth .Simbai) after Triniti). 


27 M. 




28 Tu. 


ViKil. 


29 \v. 


^. iJrtcr. ^p. anb 4H 


30 Th. 





25 



13 



JUNE. 1921. 

ist, Sun Rises 3.39 a.m., Sets 8.29 p.m., at DiRn.wr. 



W. , 

Th. 

F. 
S. 



M. 



Tu, 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 



Finance Commit lee of" Senate. 
Declainalion Piize. 

Last day for entries tor Matriculation Examination 
(Newcastle Division). 

Estates Committee. Examination tor the Degree of 
B.Hy. and the Diploma in Public Health beg'ins. 
Class Examinations at tlie College o( Medicine 
beg-in. Hiiuse and Finance Committees, Arm- 
strong College. Examinations for M.Sc. and 
. B.Sc. and for Armstrong College Diploma in 
Applied Science begin. 

Council c>f the Durham Colleges. Exaniinatit)iis tor 
B.D., M.A. and M.Litt. begin. 



Second M.B. and B.S. Examination, and Examinat on 
for the Diploma in Psychiatry begin. 



M. ' Examinations for B.A., B.Com. and D.Th.P.T. begin. 
First M.B. and B.S., and First and Second L.D.S. 
I Examinations begin. Council of .Armstrong College. 

Tu.' Meeting of Senate at Armstrong College. 

W. i Third M.B. and B.S. Examination begins. 

Th. Examination for L.Th. (Part B) begins. Examinations 
for M.D. (Practitioners), M.S., and Final for M.B., 
and for Licence in Dental Surger\' begin. 

F. M.D. (Practitioners), M.S., Final M.B. and B.S., and 

S. Final L.D.S. Examinations begin. 



M. 



Tu. 



22 


W. 


21 


Th. 


24 
25 


F. 

S. 


26 

28 


M. 
Tu. 


2q 


W. 



First, Second and Third Examinations for the Degree 
of M.B. , and for the Licence in Dental Surgery and 
Examination for the Diploma in Psychiatry begin. 

First Year Examination in Arts and Examination for 
L.Th. (Part A) begin. 

Entrance Scholarship Examinations in Arts and 
Theology begin. M.D. (Essay). 



Th, 



Convocation at Dirha.m. Matriculation Examin- 
ation (Durham Division) begins. Durham Colleges 
and Armstrong College Easter Term ends. 

College of Medicine Eastei- Term ends. 



lU 


2 1 . 


]V\.\. 




Thasks of thk Moon. 




No 


kv Moon, qth, i.-;6 i).iii. 1 Full Moon, jotli, 12.8 a.m. 




First Qi 


nrter, 12II1, 4. 16 a.m. | Last Quarter, 2Xth, 2.20 a.m. 




, 


F. 






2 


S. 


Visifalioit of the Blessed Virgin Miiry. 




3 


(&■ 


Sixth cSuuiJau after "nTriuiti). 




4 


M. 


Translation 0/' S. Martin , Rishop and Confessor. 




5 


Tu. 






6 


W. 






7 


Th. 


♦' 




8 


F. 






9 


S. 




- 


lO 


®- 


^fUcnth -.Suub.ii) after "^Trinitj). 


1 1 


M. 






12 


Tu. 






'3 


VV. 






'4 


Th. 






'5 


F. 


Translation of S. Siuit/iin, /lis/to/>. 




i6 


S. 






'7 


(g. 


Cightli -Suubau after ilriuitiJ. 




i8 


M. 






'9 


Tu. 






20 


\y. 


.9. Margaret, Virgin and Martyr. 




21 


Th. 






22 


F. 


S. Mary Magdalene. 




23 


S. 


Vigil. ' 




24 
2S 


M. 


iliiith Sunbai) after Irinitt). 




^S. James, JVp. aitb #1. 




2(5 


Tu. 


S. An fie. 




27 


W. 






28 


Th. 






29 


F. 






30 


S. 


# 




3' 


«?• 


Tenth -Sunb.ui after Triniti). 





27 



JULY. 1921. 


1st, Sun Rises 3.35 a.m., Sets 8.44 p.m., at Durham. 


I F. 




2 S. 




3 


$3. 




4 


M. ; 


5 


Tu.i Matriculation Examination (NV-wcastle Division) 




beg'ins. 


6 \\\ 


7 Til., 


8 


F. 


1 


9 s. 




10 1 


». 




II 


M. 


Estates Committee. 


12 


Tu. 




13 


W. 




14 


Th. 




15 


F. 




16 


S. 




17 


§■ 




18 


M. 




'9 


Tu. 




20 


W. 




21 


Th. 




22 


F. 




23 


S. 




24 




25 


M. 




26 


Tu. 




27 


W. 




28 


Th. 




29 


F. 




30 


S. 




3' 


^• 





28 



iq. 


1 1 . 


AUGUST. 






Phasks of thk Moon. 


Xew .Moon, jid, 8. iS p.m. Full Moon, iSlh, 3.28 p. 111 




First Quarter, 10th, 2.14 p.m. Last Quarter, 26tli, 12.51 


p.m . 


, 


M. 


Lammas Day. 




2 Tu. 






3 


W. 






4 


Th. 






5 


F. 






6 


S. 


The Transfiguration of our Lord. 




7 


^■ 


(Elfbcnth (Sunbau afttr "(llrinttB. The Name of Jesus. 


8 


M. 




9 ^ "• 




10 W. 5. La7vrence, Archdeacon and Martyr. 




11 Th. 




12 F. 




.3 s. 

1 




14 {^. '(Tlurlfth (Suuinii aftrv TTriniti). 




15 M. ; 




16 Tu. 






17 W. 






18 1 Th. 






19 If. 






20 s. 






21 jQgf. 


'(Ehirtrrnth ^unbng aftfv Trinitg. 




22 M. 






23 1 Tu. 


^'Sril- 




24 VV. 


^. «.irtholnmclu. JVp. anb ^l. 




25 Th. 






26 F. 






27 S. 






28 Q^. 


J^ourtcetttlt ^Sunbag wWtx TErinitg. 5. Augustine, 


Bp. 


2g M. 


Beheading of S. Johii Baptist. 




30 1 Tu. 






3' 


W, 


'' 





29 



AUGUST. 1921. 




ibt, Sun Rises 4.17 a.m., Sets 8.7 p.m., at Durham. 


I 


M. 


2 


Tu. ■ 


3 


W. 1 


4 


Th. 


5 


F. 


6 


S. 


7 
8 


M. Candidates for Intermediate and Second Year 




Examinations for B.A. to send in their names. 

1 


9 


Tu. 




10 


W. 




1 1 Th. 




12 F. 




13 S. 


Last day for entries for Matriculation Examination 


i 


(Newcastle Division). 


14 S- 




15 M. 




16 Tu. 




17 W. 




18 Th. 




19 F. 




20 S. 




21 ^. 




22 M. 




21, Tu. 




24 W. 




25 \ Th. 




26 F. 




27 1 S. 




28 


n. 




29 


M. 




30 


Tu. 




31 


W. 





1Q2I. SEPTEiMBER. 



Phases of the Moon. 

-^e^v Moon, 2nd, 3.33 a.m. | Full Moon, lylh, 7.20 a.m. 

Fir.st Quarter, Qth, 3.50 a.m. | Last Quarter, 24111, 9.18 p. 



Th .S". Gi7rs, Abbot mid Coit/'essor. 

F. 

S. 



4 ' (g. Jfiftcfnth .Suitb.m after tirtnitn. 

.S M. 

6 Tu. 

7 W. -S". Evurtius, Bishop. 

8 Th. Nativitv of the Blessed Virtrin Mary. 
q F. 

10 . S. 



11 (^. (Si.vtccuth <^unb.ii) after '^viniti). 

12 M. 
'3 : Tu. 

•14 W. The Exultation of the Holy Cross. 

15 Th. 

16 F. 

17 S. ■*>'• Lambert, Bishop and Martyr. 



18 (§. (Scbtntccnth <^unbap after ITvinitj). 

19 , M. 

20 Tu. Vigil. 

21 W. Ember Day. ^. JlVatthclu, 3^p., (fb., aub M. 
12 Th. 

23 F. Ember Day. 

24 i S. Ember Day. 



25 i 36- (Eighteenth (Sunbag after %.x\xdix). 

26 ' M. 5. Cyprian^ Archbishop and Martyr. 

27 ' Tu. 

28 \V. 

29 Th. ^. ittichitfl aub all Jlngels. 

30 F. S. Jerome, Doctor. ^- 



31 





SEPTEMBER. 1921. 


I St 


Sun Rises 5.14 a.m., Sets 6.58 p.m., .\t Durham. 


■ 


Th 


Last da\' tor onlries tor Fiist and Seloiul Exam- 
inations in Commerce, First and Second Exam- 
inations in Science, Lloyd s Rei^ister Scholai"- 
ship Examination, Armstronj^- College Diploma 


2 


F. 


Examinations, and Examination for Entrance 


3 
4 


S. 


i Exhibitions in Arts (Armstrong- College). 


i 


5 


M. 




6 


Tu. 




7 


W. 




8 


Th. 




9 


F. 




lO 

1 1 


S. 




13. 




12 


M. 




'3 


Tu. 


Examination for Matriculation (Newcastle Division), 
and for University Medical Scholarship begins. 
Candidates for M.A. and M.Lilt. to send in their 


'4 


W. 


names. 


'5 


Th. 




i6 


F. 




17 

i8 


S. 






'9 


M. 


Estates Committee. Intermediate and Second Year 
Examinations for B.A. begin. 


20 


Tu. 


Examinations for Degrees in Music. 


21 


W. 




22 


Th. 


First Examination in Music. 


23 


F. 




24 
25 


S. 


CoNVt^CATlON at Durham. 




26 


M. 


First and Second Examinations in Science and 
Commerce, and Examinations for Armstrong 
College Diplomas and Lloyd s Register Schol- 
arships begin. Meeting of Council of Armstrong 
College. Meeting of House Committee of Arm- 


27 


Tu. 


strong College. Meeting of Finance Committee 


28 


W. 


of Armstrong- College. 


29 


Th. 


Examination for Entrance Exhibitions in Arts at 
Armstrong College begins. 


30 


F. 





I92I. OCTOBER. 



Phasks ok the Moon. 
N'ew Moon, ist, 12.26 p.m. I Full Moon, i6lh, 11.0 p.m. 

First Quarter, 8th, 8.12 p.m. | Last Quarter, 24th, 4.32 a. 
New Moon, 30th, 1 1.39 p.m. 



I ' S. \ S. Reniigius, Bishop. 



2 .IS ^\inftrrnth .Suni.u) aftrv Triniti). 

3 M. 



4 



Tu. 



5 W. 

6 Th. S. Faith, Vinri}i and ^[a^■tv^^• 

7 F- 

8 ' S. i^ DeiiyS; Bishop and Martyr. 



10 .M. 

1 1 { Tu. 

12 W. 



.16. Tlurutifth .Snnbaii after Tvinitu. 



\\ I Th. Translation 0/ Kitis; Edivard, Confessor. 



•4 



F. 



■5iS. 



16 


1fi 


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ftrr ¥riniti). 


'7 
18 


M 


5. Etlielrfda, Vinriu. 




Tu. 


§>. |;til;r, QfU. 




'q 


W. 






20 


Th. 






21 


F. , 






22 


S. 






23 


38. 


ItocntD-sfconb ^uixb.iu 


after "STrinitiJ. 


24 


M. 






2S 


iu. 


.9. Crispin, Martyr. 




26 


W. 






27 


Th. 


Vigil. 




28 


F. 


<S,S. ^imon anb Jnbr, 


^pp. an> 4ttm. 


29 


s. 

1 






30 


1»" 


'ItotntD-thirb ^unbnu 


after ^rinitg. 


3' 


M. 


Vigil. 





OCTOBER. 


1921. 


ist, Sun Rises 6.9 a.m., Sets 5.42 p.m. 


AT Durham. 


I S. 





M. ' Annual Meeting- of the Governors of Armstrong 
Colleg-e. Council of Armstrong College. 

Tu.; Michaelmas Term of the College of Medicine begins. 
Michaelmas Term of Armstrong College begins. 

W. 

Th. 

F. j . 

S. ' 



23. I 

M. 

Tu. Matriculation Examination (Durham Division) begin->. 

W. 

Th. Board of the Faculty of Commerce. 

F. Durham Colleges Michaelmas Term begins. 

S. 



M. 

Tu. 
W. 

Th. 

F. 

S. 



Lectures at Durham bet 
Armstrong College. 



Board of Professors, 



Board of the F~aculty of Science. 

Finance Committee of Senate. Matriculation Board. 

Board of the Faculty of Theology. 
Boards of the Faculties of Arts and Letters. 
Candidates for Examinations in Arts and Theolog\' 

to send in their names. 



Estates Committee. 

Council of the Durham Colleges. 




:a 



1921. XOVKMBER. 


Phases of the Moon. 




First Quarter, 7th, 3.54 p.m. Last Quarter, 22nd, 11.4 


I a.m. 


Full Moon, 15th, 1.39 p.m. New Moon, 29111, 1.26 p. 


m. 


I Tu. 


^W ^.lints. 




2 W. 






3 Til. 






4 F, 






5 S. 


i". Leonard, Ahbat. 




6 IB. 


Tlucnijii-fomth (^uniiai) afttv iLvinitjo. 




7 M. 






8 Tu. 






9 W. 






10 Th. 






11 F. 


S. Martin, Bix/iop. 




12 s. 






'3 36. 


'iEtocntij-fifth (Suui.iu after ^vinitjtf. S. Britius, 


Bp. 


14 M. 






15 Tu. 


S. Machiitiis, Bishop. 




16 W. 






17 Th. 


S. Hiiirh, Bishop. 




18 F. 






19 S. 


S. Edmund, King atid Martyr. 




20 .16. 


■Jltorntii-SLvth ^unbaD after Trinitj). 




21 M. 






22 Tu. 5. Cecilia, Vinrin and Martyr. 




23 w. 


S. Clement, Bishop and Martyr. 




24 Th. 






2^ F. 5. Catherine, Viri^in and Martyr. 




26 s. 




27 J8. 


^xt>\ ^uuliJii) in 3^bbcnt. 




28 M. 






29 Tu. 


Vigif. 




.30 \v. 

1 

: 


^, 3^nbrcto, ^p. -»nb ^, 

9 









NOVEMBER. 1921. 




I St, 


Sun Rises 7.10 a.m., Sets 4.29 p.m., at Durham. 


1 


Tu. 


Convocation, for admitting- Proctors to their offices. 
Meeting- of Senate at Durham. 


2 


W. 




3 


Th. 




4 


F. 


Meeting: of the Curators of the Library. 


5 


S. 




6 


^• 




7 


M. 


Estates Committee. Council of Armstrong College. 


8 


Tu. 


Council of the Durham Colleges. 


9 


W. 


" 


lO 


Th. 




II 


F. 




12 


S. 




'3 


§■ 




•4 


M. 


Open Day- 


'5 


Tu. 


Meeting of the Board of Faculties. Examinations for 
M.A., M.Litl. and B.C.L. begin. 


i6 


W. 




I? 


Th. 


Finance Committee of Senate. 


i8 


F. 




19 


S. 




20 


§• 




21 


M. 


Estates Committee. Board of Professors, Armstrong 
College. 


22 


Tu. 


Council of the Durham Colleges. 


23 


W. 




24 


Th. 




25 


F. 




26 

27 


S. 




§■ 




28 


M. 




29 


Tu. 


Meeting of Senate at College of Medicine. 


30 


W. 





36 



I 92 I. 


DECEMBER. 




Phasks ok THI-: Moon. 


First Quarter, 7th, 1.20 p.m. Last Quarter, 21st, 7.54 p.m. 


Full Moon, 15th, 2.50 a.m. New xMoon, 29th, 5.39 a.m. 


.'Th. 




2 F. 




3 


S. 




4 


JB. 


..Scconb ^unba^ in Jlbbcnt. 


5 ' M. 




6 Tu. 


5. Nicolas, Bishop. 


7 W. 




8 Th. 


Coucep/io)i oft fie Blessed Virgin Mary. 


9 F. 




10 S. 




11 ijB. 


Thiib ^unbiii) in ^^bbcnt. 


12 ; M. 




>3 1 Tu. 


5. Lucy, Virfriii and Martyr. 


14 i \V. 


Ember Day. 


'5 i Til. 




16 1 K. 


E.MBKR Day. O Sapienlia. 


'7 


s. 


E.MBER Day. 


.8 


1^. 


fourth .Sunb.ii) in 3\Micnt. 


19 M. 




20 Tu. 


ViRii. 


2. \V. 


4$. ^homa'?. ^p. ant) ^ 


22 . Th. 




23 |F- 


- 


24 


s. 


Vigil. 


25 


.16. 


CChvistmaa Sat). 


26 i M. 


-S. -Stephen. ,iH. 


27 1 Tu. 


S». 3ohn, ^v ''"^ ^^• 


i8 \V. 


^joliJ innocents" Xlai). 


29 1 Th. 


#■ 


30 F. 




3' 1 S. 

1 


S. Sylvester, Bishop, 



37 



DECEMBER. 1921. 


1st 


, Sun Rises 8.8 a.m., Sets 3.43 p.m., at Durham. 


I 


Th. 


Examination L.Th. (Part B) begins. 


2 


F. 


' Examination for B.A. degree begins. 


3 


t 


1 


4 


««• 




5 


M. 


House and Finance Committees, Armstrong College. 
Intermediate Examination in Arts (Durham only) 
begins. 


6 


Tu. 




7 


W. 


Examination for L.Th. (Fart A.) begins. 


8 


Th. 


Collections begin. 


9 


F. 




10 


S. 




II 


§■ 




12 


M. 




«3 


Tu. 


Convocation at Durham. Durham Colleges Michael- 
mas Term ends. 


'4 


W. 




15 


Th. 




16 F. 


Michaelmas Term of Armstrong College ends. Mich- 




aelmas Term of the College of Medicine ends. 


.7 s. 




18 ^. 




19 M. 


Estates Committee. 


20 Tu. 




21 W. 




22 


Th. 




23 


F. 




24 


S. 




25 


§■ 




26 


M. 




27 


Tu. 




2^ 


W. 




29 


Th. 




30 F. 




3. S. 

1 


• 



AN ACT 

to make further provision with respect to the 
University of Durham. 

1ST August, 1908. 

Whereas it is expedient to reconstitute the University of 
Durham, and for that purpose to appoint a statutory com- 
mission : 

Be it therefore enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, 
by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual 
and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament 
assembled, and by the authority of the same as follows : — 

appointment of commissioners. 

|.— (i) There shall be a body of commissioners styled the 
University of Durham Commissioners, and consisting in the 
first instance of the following persons, namely : — 

His Grace Henrv George Percv, Duke of Northumberland, 
K.G., P.C, D.C.L., F.R.S. ; 

The Right Reverend Archibald, Lord Bishop of Exeter, 
D.D., LL.D., sometime Vice-Chancellor of the University 
of London ; 

The Right Honourable Henry De Yere Vane, Baron Barnard, 
D.C.L. ; 

The Right Honourable Sir Francis Mowatt, G.C.B., P.C, 
LL.D., sometime Permanent Secretary of His Majesty's 
Treasury ; 

Sir William Selby Church, Bart., K.C.B., LL.D., D.C.L. , 
M.D., D.Sc, sometime President of the Royal College of 
Physicians of London ; 

John Scott Fox, Esquire, K.C., M.A., Chancellor of the 
County Palatine of Durham ; 

The Reverend John Richard Magrath, D.D., Provost of 
Queen's College, Oxford, sometime Vice-Chancellor of the 
University of Oxford ; 

Joseph Larmor, Esquire, LL.D., D.C.L., D.Sc, M.A., F.R.S., 
Lucasian Professor of Mathematics in the University of 
Cambridge ; 

and it shall be lawful for His Majesty to appoint a secretary to 
the commissioners. 

(2) If and whenever any vacancy occurs among the com- 
missioners, it shall be lawful for His Majesty the King to 
appoint a person to fill the vacancy ; but the name of every 



40 ACT. 

person so appointed shall be lair! before both Houses of 
Parliament within ten days after the appointment if Parliament 
is then sitting, or, if not, then within ten days after the next 
sittin(i of Parliament. 

(3) The commissioners ina\' appoint or employ such persons 
as thev mav think necessary for the e.xecution of their duties 
under this Act, and may remove any person so appointed or 
employed. 

DURATION AND PROCEEDINGS OF COMMISSIONERS. 

2. — (i) The powers of the commissioners shall continue 
until the end of the year one thousand nine hundred and nine, 
and no longer ; but it shall be lawful for His Majesty the King, 
from time to time, with the advice of His I^rivy Council, on the 
application of the commissioners, to continue the powers of 
the commissioners for such time as His Majesty thinks fit, but 
not beyond the end of the year one thousand nine hundred 
and eleven. 

{2) The commissioner first named in tliis Act shall be tiie 
chairman of the commissioners ; and, in case of liis ceasing 
from any cause to be a commissioner, or of his absence from any 
meeting, the commissioners present at each meeting shall 
choose a chairman. 

(3) The powers of the commissioners may be exercised at a 
meeting at which three or more commissioners are present. 

(4) In case of an equality of votes on a question at a 
meeting, the chairman of the meeting shall have a second or 
casting vote in respect of that question. 

(5) Tlie commissioners shall have a common seal, which 
shall be judicially noticed. 

(6) Any act of the commissioners shall not be invalid by 
reason only of any vacancy in their body ; but, if at any time, 
and as long as, the number of persons acting as commissioners 
is less than five, tlie commissioners shall discontinue the exercise 
of their powers. 

POWERS AND DUTIES OF COMMISSIONERS. 

3. — { I ) Tlie commissioners shall make statutes regulating the 
constitution of the University of Durham, and the powers and 
duties of its various authorities and constituent bodies and the 
disposition of its existing property in general accordance with 
the scheme scheduled as an appendix to this Act, but subject 
to any moflifications of detail which may appear to them 
expedient after considering any representations made to them 
by or on behalf of any body or person directly affected, or by 
or on behalf of any college or institution giving university or 
higher education established within the counties of North- 



ACT. 41 

umberland, Durham, Cumberland, and Westmoreland, or by 
or on behalf of any public education authority within the same 
counties. 

(2) The commissioners shall take such steps as are in their 
opinion best adapted for facilitating the making of such repre- 
sentations before any such statutes are framed, provided that 
no costs incurred in making any such representations shall be 
chargeable to the University. 

{3) The commissioners shall make statutes regulating the 
conditions upon which colleges other than those at present 
connected with the University may become affiliated to it and 
regulating the procedure by which a college may become so 
affiliated, and shall provide in such statutes that any college 
within the counties of Northumberland, Durham, Cumberland, 
and Westmoreland the application of which for affiliation to 
the University may have been refused, may appeal to His 
Majesty in Council, and that upon such appeal His Majesty in 
Council shall have power to decide whether such application 
ought or ought not to be granted, and if His Majesty in Council 
shall decide that such application ought to be granted, then such 
college shall become affiliated to the University, and shall be 
entitled to appoint so many representatives on senate as His 
Majesty in Council may determine. ^ 

(4) The commissioners shall make statutes providing that 
the technical college of the borough of Sunderland, as soon as it 
shall have satisfied such conditions as may before the passing 
of this Act have been specified by senate of the University as 
necessary to its being affiliated to the University in the faculty 
of science, shall thereupon become affiliated to the University 
in that faculty, and shall be entitled to appoint so many 
representatives upon Senate as the commissioners may 
determine. 

The letter addressed by Senate of the University to the 
corporation of Sunderland under date the eighteenth day of 
June, nineteen hundred and seven, which is scheduled in an 
appendix to this Act, shall be construed as embodying the 
conditions above referred to. 

(5) Statutes made under this Act shall have effect not- 
withstanding anything in any Act of Parliament, charter, 
Order in Council, statute of the Chapter of Durham, deed, or 
other instrument. 

APPROVAL OF STATUTES. 

4. — ( I ) When any statute has been made by the com- 
missioners, a notice of its having been made, and of the place 
where copies of it can be obtained, shall be published in the 



42 ACT. 

London Gazette, and the statute shall be laid as soon as may be 
before both Houses of Parliament, and shall not be valid until 
it has been approved by His Majesty the King in Council. 

(.:) If either House of Parliament, within forty tlays, 
exclusive of any period of proro^ijation. after a statute has been 
laid before H containing any provision not alreatly containod in 
Schedule I of this Act, presents an address praying the King 
to withhold His assent from the statute or any part thereof, 
no further proceedings shall be taken on the statute or on the 
part thereof to wliich the address relates, but this provision 
shall be without prejudice to the making of a new statute. 

(3) Any authority of the University of Durham as now 
existing, or any college in the University, or any other person 
or body directly affected by any such statute, may, within three 
months after the notification thereof in the London Gazette, 
petition His Majesty in C^ouncil to withhold his approval of the 
whole or any part thereof. 

(4) His Majesty. in Council may refer any such petition to 
a committee of the Privy Coimcil, with a direction that the 
committee hear the petitioner personally or by counsel, and 
report specially to His Majesty in Council on the matter of the 
petition. 

(5) Thereupon it shall be lawful for His Majesty, by Order 
in Council, either to declare his approval of the statute in whole 
or in part, or to signify his disapproval thereof in whole or in 
part, but any such disapproval shall be without prejudice to the 
making of a new statute. 

(6) The costs of any petition under this section may be 
regulated by the committee to which the petition is referred. 
No costs incurred under this sectipn shall be chargeable to the 
University. 

POWER TO COMMISSIONERS TO TAKE EVIDENCE AND TO MAKE 
RECOMMENDATIONS. 

5. — The commissioners shall take evidence upon any of the 
matters hereby directed to be dealt with by them ; and may, 
if they think fit, from time to time make a report or reports to 
His Majesty containing any recommendations which in their 
opinion ought to be made for the purpose of better enabling 
them to carry out any of the powers hereby entrusted to them. 

POWER TO AMEND STATUTES. 

6. — After the expiration of the powers of the commissioners, 
Senate of the University shall have power to make statutes for 
altering or supplementing any of the statutes made by the 
commissioners as far as they effect the Chancellor, Senate, or 
Convocation of the University or any advisory board thereof 



ACT. 43 

or any matter at the time under his or their authority and in 
particular for providing for the representation on Senate of any 
college which may hereafter become affiliated to the University ; 
and the authority' established under this Act for the government 
of the Durham division of the University shall have power to 
make statutes for altering or supplementing any of the statutes 
made by the commissioners as far as they shall at the time 
affect the Durham division alone : Provided as follows : — 

(i) A statute made under this section shall be subject to 
the provisions of the foregoing sections, with the 
substitution only of Senate or of the authority aforesaid, 
as the case may be, for the commissioners : 

(2) Before any statute (save any affecting the Durham 
division alone) is made under this section the draft 
thereof shall be communicated to Convocation, whose 
opinion thereon, if returned to Senate within two 
months, shall be taken into consideration. In com- 
puting this period of two months any part of the 
months of July, August, and September, shall not be 
counted : 

(3) No statute made under this section shall alter the 
equality of representation in Senate of the Durham 
and the Newcastle divisions of the University, or alter 
any statutory provision made in direct pursuance of 
anything contained in Schedule I of this Act as far as 
it may have particular reference to property or finance, 
or to the faculty of theology, or to religious instruction. 



7. — Nothing in this Act shall affect the mode of appointment 
to any canonry of the Cathedral Church of Durham. 

Nothing in this Act shall affect the memorandum or articles 
of association of the university of Durham College of Medicine, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, or the memorandum and articles of 
association of Armstrong College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, or any 
rights or privileges secured to either of the said colleges thereby. 

SHORT TITLE. 

8. — This Act may be cited as the University of Durham 
Act, 1908. 

SCHEDULE I. 
I. 

VISITOR. 

The Lord Bishop of Durham shall be the visitor of the 
University, and shall exercise in that capacity such general 
powers as are usually exercised by the visitor of a university as 
well as such particular powers as are hereby conveyed to him. 



44 ACT. 

II. 

CHANCELLOR. 

1. There shall henceforth be a chancellor, who shall be the 
head and chief officer of the University. The Very Reverend 
George William Kitchin, D.D., Dean of Durham, shall be the 
first chancellor. Succeeding chancellors shall be appointed 
by convocation on the nomination of Senate. 

2. From the time at which the said Very Reverend George 
William Kitchin shall become chancellor, or a chancellor shall 
be appointed, the office of warden of the University shall cease, 
and the name of chancellor shall thenceforth take the place of 
the name of warden in the name of the University. 

3. — The chancellor, if present, shall preside over all meetings 
of Senate and of Convocation. 

4. — Senate as herein constituted shall provide for- the per- 
formance of the chancellor's duties in his absence. 

III. 

GOVEItNORS. 

The office and powers of the dean and chapter of Durham as 
governors of the University shall cease as soon as this scheme 
comes into operation. 

IV. 

SENATE. 

Senate shall henceforth be constituted as follows : — 

The chancellor ; 

Six persons appointed from time to time by the Crown ; 

The dean and the several members of the chapter of the 
cathedral church of Durham, and so many other persons 
appointed from time to time by the council of the Durham 
colleges as herein-after constituted as may at any time 
be required to raise the total number under this sub- 
clause to six. A time limit of not more than four years 
to be inserted in all appointments to Senate mentioned 
after this point ; 

Six persons appointed from time to time by such professors, 
tutors, and lecturers of the Durham division of the 
University as are not members of the aforesaid Chapter ; 

Four persons appointed from time to time by the University 
of Durham College of Medicine, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; 

Four persons appointed from time to time by the council 
of Armstrong College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; 

Four persons appointed from time to time by the professor* 
of Armstrong College, Nevrcastle-upon-Tyne ; 



ACT, 45 

Eight persons appointed by Convocation, of whom four 
shall be graduates and past students of the Durham 
division of the University, and four shall be graduates 
and past students of the Newcastle division, two of these 
being past students of Armstrong College and two of the 
College of Medicine ; 
being thirty-nine persons in all : 

Provided that if at any time the constitution of the aforesaid 
college of medicine be so amended that its governing body shall 
consist wholly or partially of persons other than practitioners 
of medicine or surgery or teachers engaged in teaching in the 
college, then two of the four persons to be appointed by the 
college as aforesaid shall be appointed by the governing body 
and the other two by the principal academic board or other 
such academic authority existing in the college : 

And provided that if at any time the said college of medicine 
and Armstrong College should unite to form a single institution, 
then the council or other principal managing authority of the 
united institution shall appoint six members of Senate and the 
professors of the united institution other six, of whom two 
at least shall be professors in the faculty of medicine. 



POWERS AND DUTIES OF SENATE. 

I. — Senate shall determine the time, place, and procedure of 
its meetings. 

2. — Senate shall have entire control of the real and personal 
property of which the University shall be or become possessed 
after the coming into operation of the scheme established under 
this Act. It shall prescribe the form and custody of the common 
seal of the University and shall be empowered to order the 
affixing thereof in respect of any matters within the scope of 
its powers. 

3. — Senate shall keep the matricula of all persons entering 
the University, whether in the Durham or in the Newcastle 
division, and shall receive all fees paid to the University for 
matriculation, for examination, for admission to degrees, titles, 
and other University distinctions, or for any other University 
privilege. 

4. — Subject to anything herein contained, Senate shall be 
empowered to make regulations prescribing amongst other 
things the conditions whether of study, examination, or other- 
wise, upon which candidates may be admitted to the various 
degrees, titles, and other University distinctions conferred by 
the University, provided always that religious knowledge shall 
continue to be a subject in the arts course ; the time, place, and 
manner of holding University examinations ; the conditions 



46 ACT. 

qualifying tor inatiiciilalioii in the Universily ; the tees to be 
paid for matriculation, tor examination, for admission to 
degrees, titles, and other distinctions, and for any other 
University privileges ; the conditions under which fellowships, 
scholarships, and other prizes and emoluments may be held of 
the University ; ami the conditions under which colleges may 
in future be alfiliated to the University. Subject to anything 
herein contained. Senate shall be empowered from time to 
time to amend, extend, or abrogate any regulation, either now 
existing or hereafter to be made by Senate. 

5. — Senate shall have the power of proposing persons to 
Convocation for admission to degrees. 

6. — Senate shall be empowered to accept and administer, as 
trustee, endowments for the purpose of fellowships, scholarships, 
exhibitions, and prizes ; for the establishment of professor- 
ships, lectureships, or readerships, whether to be exercised in 
one or other division of the Universitv alone or in both 
jointly ; or for the promotion of post-graduate studv or 
research. 

7. — .Ml examiners in I'niversity examinations shall be 
appointed by or with the authority of Senate, and Senate shall 
provide their remuneration and prescribe their duties. 

8. — Senate shall be empowered to prescribe the duties of all 
officers whom it may appoint and to fix their remuneration and 
the terms and conditions of their appointments. 

Q. — Senate shall be empowered to undertake the inspection 
and examination of schools. 

10. — Senate shall be empowered to prescribe academic 
costumes for members of the Universitv. 

LIMITATIONS OF POWERS OF SENATE. 

II. — Xo regulation affecting the faculty of theology shall as 
far as the sairl faculty is affected thereby be made, amended, or 
abrogated, except with the consent of the Lord Bishop of 
Durham for the time being. 

12. — Except in the faculty of theology, Senate shall not require 
or impose any religious test unless in its capacity as trustee of a 
benefaction to which such a condition had been attached by its 
founder 

13. — Without the consent of the Visitor, Senate shall not 
abrogate the affiliation of any college now affiliated to the 
University. 

14. — Senate shall not impose any examination as a test tor 
matriculation upon students proposing to enter the Durham 
division of the University without the consent of the council 
of the Durham colleges as hereinafter constituted, or upon 



ACT. 47 

students proposing to enter either of the colleges ot the Newcastle 
division as hereinafter defined without the consent of such 
college. 

15. — If within seven days of the passing of any resolution 
of Senate iof the making of a regulation of the University as 
aforesaid or for the amendment, extension, or abrogation of an 
e.xisting regulation, any twelve members of Senate shall declare 
their intention of appealing to Convocation against it, then such 
resolution shall be without effect unless and until it is confirmed 
by Convocation. In the event of an appeal to Convocation 
being so demanded, the chancellor shall call a meeting of 
Convocation within a reasonable limit of time to consider it, 
and notice of such convocation shall be sent to every member 
thereof. 

PROVISIONS AS REGARDS EXISTING REGULATIONS. 

10. — -All existing regulations of the University and all 
resolutions heretofore passed by Senate shall, as far as they 
are not contradictory to anything herein provided, remain in 
force until abrogated or amended by the authority or 
authorities competent under these provisions to deal with the 
matters severallv concerned : Provided that after the coming 
of this scheme into operation the word " warden " or " Senate " 
or the words " warden and Senate " in such regulations and 
resolutions shall be construed to mean the council of the 
Durham colleges as hereinafter constituted when used in 
reference to matters authority over which has passed from the 
former to the latter, and shall be construed to mean Senate 
when used in other connections. 

17. — So much of the said regulations as determines the 
periods of residence or of study in the University or elsewhere 
required as qualifications for the various degrees, titles, and 
other distinctions of the University shall not, as far as students 
of the Durham division are affected thereby, be altered without 
the consent of the council of the Durham colleges, and, as far 
as students of either of the colleges of the Newcastle division 
are affected thereby, shall not be altered without the consent 
of the college concerned. 

VI. 

DURHAM DIVISION. ITS GOVERNING BODY. 

I. — The council of the Durham Colleges shall be constituted 
as follows : — 

The dean and the several members of the chapter of the 
cathedral church of Durham. 

The master for the time being of University College. 

The principal for the time being of Bishop Hatfield's Hall. 



48 ACT. 

The treasurer for the time being of the Durham division 
of the University. 

The professor for the time being of mathematics in the 
Durliam division of the University. 

The professor for the time being of Hebrew in tlie Durham 
division of the University. 

The professor for the time being of music in the Durham 
division of the University. 

The censor for the time being of unattached students in 
the Durham division of the University. 

Three persons appointed from time to time by such 
professors, tutors, and lecturers of the Durham division 
of the University as are not ex officio members of the 
council for terms not exceeding three years in such 
manner that the term of one of them at least shall 
expire each year. 

The head for the time being of any hall of residence 
established in connection with the Durham division of 
the U'niversity and duly licensed as such by the council 
of the Durham colleges, as long as the number of 
students residing in such hall shall not be less than 
twenty-five. 

One person to be appointed from time to time by Senate 
of the University of Durham for a term not exceeding 
three years. 

Three graduates being past students of the Durham 
division of the University to be appointed from time to 
time by Convocation of the University of Durham for a 
term not exceeding three years. 

3. — Every member of the council appointed as aforesaid for a 
fixed term shall be eligible for re-appointment on the expiry of 
the term. 

3. — The said council shall be a body politic and corporate 
under the name of the council of the Durham colleges and by 
that name shall have perpetual succession and a common seal 
with power without any further licence in mortmain to take, 
purchase, and hold, and also to sell, grant, exchange, demise, 
or otherwise dispose of, real and personal property, and to act 
under its seal in all matters within the scope of its powers. 

4. — There shall be a warden, who shall be elected from time to 
time by the council from amongst its own members. He shall 
hold office for such period and shall exercise such powers and 
discharge such duties as shall from time to time be prescribed 
by the council. 

The warden shall, if present, preside over all meetings of th« 
council. 



ACT. 49 

DURHAM PROPERTY. 

5. — The entire property both real and personal now vested 
in the warden, masters, and scholars of the University of 
Durham, including the university library, observatory, and 
museum, as well as Bishop Hatfield's Hall and the interest 
possessed by the said warden, masters, and scholars in Durham 
castle, shall be transferred from the said warden, masters, and 
scholars to the council of the Durham colleges, who shall 
henceforth hold the said property in trust for the purpose, 
amongst other things, of carrying on University education in 
Durham, of maintaining University College and Bishop Hatfield's 
Hall as residential colleges, of rr»aintaining the aforesaid library 
and observatory, of establishing and maintaining fellowships, 
scholarships, exhibitions, bursaries, and prizes, of promoting 
research, of holding, should it see fit, " extension " classes, 
and of doing such other things of an allied nature as are 
generally done by university colleges : 

Provided always that in the carrying out of all the above 
purposes due regard shall be had to the original purpose of the 
endowment and to its connection with the cathedral church 
of Durham. 

CONTINU.\NCE OF PRESENT GRANTS FROM IN'COME THEREOF. 

And provided always that out of the income arising from the 
said property the said council shall annually pay to Armstrong 
College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the sum of one thousand two 
hundred and sixty pounds and such further portion of the said 
income as arises from a sum of four thousand and twenty nine 
pounds six shillings and ninepence at present invested in London 
and North Western Railway three per cent, debenture stock 
and charged with the payment of a grant to the said college ; 
and shall annually pay to the University of Durham College of 
Medicine, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, such portion of the said income 
as arises from a sum of three thousand eight hundred and 
eighty-three pounds at present invested in the same stock 
as above-named and charged with the payment of a grant to 
the said college ; the moneys so paid to be used for the lawful 
purposes of the said colleges respectively as they may deem fit. 

POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE COUNCIL. 

6. — The said council shall be the governing body of the 
Durham division of the University, and the duty of prov'iding 
for the teaching, residence, maintenance, and discipline of 
students in Durham, heretofore exercised by the wartlen and 
Senate of the University, shall henceforth belong to the council 
of the Durham colleges. The said council shall exercise such 
powers and enjoy such privileges in the University as are 



50 ACT. 

herein specified, or may hereafter be granted to it by Senate or 
bv Convocation in the exercise of any of its powers as herein 
contained. 

7. — All trusts for fellowships, scholarsliips, and prizes now 
vested in the University of Durham shall henceforth be vested 
in tlie Council of the Durham colleges : 

Provided that in the interpretation of any trust deed applying 
to any of such fellowships, scholarships, and prizes the words 
" University of Durham," or any words of similar effect, 
where used for the purpose of defining the persons who mav be 
beneficiaries of the trust, shall be construed, unless anv contrar\' 
intention appears, as applying to the Durham division of the 
University only. 

CANONICAL CHAIR.S. 

8. — The two canonries of Durham hitherto annexetl to 
professorships of divinity and of Greek in tiie University of 
Durham shall remain so annexed. Appointments to tliese 
professorships shall be made, as now, by the I-ord Bishop of 
Durham. 

ACADEMIC OFKICIiS. 

9. — The terms and conditions on which the existing professors 
of divinity, Greek, mathematics, Hebrew, and music in the 
University hold their appointments shall not be altered 
without their respective consent. 

10. — The council of the Durham Colleges shall be empowered 
to prescribe the duties of all professors w^ho may be appointed 
hereafter to these chairs, and to determine their remuneration 
except as far as it is determined by particular endowment, as 
well as to prescribe the duties and determine the remuneration 
of any other profes.sor, tutor, lecturer, or other officer appointed 
by the said council : 

Provided that no canonical professor shall be thereby debarretl 
from performing the ecclesiastical duties of his canonry. 

II. — There shall be a master of University College. The 
Reverend Henry Gee, D.D., at present master of Univeisity 
College, shall so remain, and the terms and conditions on 
which he holds his office shall not be changetl without his 
consent. 

12. — There shall be a principal of Bishop Hatfield's Hall. 
Frank Byron Jevons. D.Litt., at present principal of Bishop 
Hatfield's Hall, shall so remain, and the terms and conditions 
on which he holds his office shall not be changed without his 
consent. 

13. — Appointment to all other offices in connection with 
Univerisity College or Bishop Hatfield's Hall shall be made by 



ACT. 5 1 

the master for the time being of L^niversity College or the 
principal for the time being of Bishop Hatfield's Hall as the 
case may be. 

14. — Every person who at the present time is a tutor or 
lecturer or other officer by appointment of and under the 
authority of the University of Durham, shall continue to hold 
the same office as by appointment of and under the authority 
of the council of the Durham colleges, and the terms and 
conditions on which he holds it shall not be changed without 
his consent. 

15. — So much of the I'niversity as is hereby placed under the 
control of the council of the Durham colleges shall be the 
Durham division of the University. 

VII. 

NEWCASTLE DIViSION. 

The Newcastle division of the University shall consist of the 
University of Durham College of Medicine, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, and Armstrong College, Newcastle-upon-Tvne, which 
shall severally or jointly exercise such powers and enjoy such 
privileges in the University as are herein specified or may 
hereafter be granted to them by Senate or by Convocation in 
the exercise of any of its powers as herein contained : 

Provideil that if at any time the said two colleges should unite 
to form a single institution, the powers until then exercised 
and. the privileges until then enjoyed by the two institutions 
separately in virtue of this Act shall thenceforth jointly reside 
in the single institution. 

VIIl. 

PROFESSORS. 

1 . — Professors of the University shall be :— 

All existing professors of the University, as long as they 
shall continue to occupy their chairs. 

All ])rofessors who may hereafter be appointed to the two 
chairs to which caaonrjes are anne.xed as aforesaid as 
long as they shall continue" to hold the said chairs. 

All persons who ?nay hereafter be appointed by Senate to 
profes-sorships in pursuance of the sixth clause of 
.Article V hereof as long as they shall continue to hold 
such professorships. 

2. — Professors in the University shall be : — 

All persons appointed to be professors by the council of the 
Durham colleges or by the College of Medicine or by 
Armstrong College during their continuance in office. 



5J ACT. 

IX. 

ACADEMIC BOARDS. 

There shall be a board of faculties of the ITniversity and 
boards of the several faculties, each of which boards shall have 
in general such constitution, duties, and powers as the boards 
now established by resulations of Senate, saving only such 
powers as the said boards or their officers now possess of 
requiriiifj, under certain circumstances, a postponement of part 
of the business of Senate. 

X. 

PROVISIO.N FOR FREEDOM OF TEACHING. 

I. — The council of the Durham colleges, the College of 
-Medicine and .\rnistrong College, and any college affiliated in 
pursuance of this .Vet, shall severally have the right of 
pro]iosing for the consideration of Senate curricula of University 
study and schemes of University examinations based upon 
them, to be prescribed, if approved by Senate, as qualifications 
for initial degrees applicable to their own students respectively. 

2. — It shall not be required of senate that the curricula or 
schemes of examination prescribed by it for any degree shall be 
the same for all parts of the University. 

3. — The privilege of appending the words " in litteria 
antiquis " to the title of their degree shall be open only to those 
graduates in arts who have pursued in the Durham division of 
the I'niversity a curriculum which has included both Latin 
and fireek. 

XI. 

INDEMNITY TO DURHAM. 

I. — Senate shall annually pay to the council of the Durham 
colleges the sum of eight hundred and eighty pounds as an 
indemnity equivalent to the portion of the University's receipts 
from degree, examination, and convocation fees that has 
hitherto been applicable to purposes now to be transferred 
to the said council. 

CONTINUANCK OF GRANT FROM FEES TO THE COLLEGE OF 
MEDICINE. 

2. — Senate shall annually pay to the college of medicine tfie 
sum of four hundred pounds in lieu of the grants amounting in 
all to four hundred pounds hitherto paid to the said college 
out of the University's receipts from degree fees. 

COMPENSATION TO DURHAM. 

3. — Senate shall annually pay to the council of the I^urhara 
colleges the further sum of two hundred pounds as compensation 
equivalent to the value for the furtherance of purposes now to be 



transferred to the said council of the right of appointment to 
certain University offices to be retained b}' Senate, and after the 
treasurer of the University shall have ceased to be treasurer of 
the Durham division also, then an additional sum of one 
hundred pounds, making three hundred pounds in all. 

MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP. 

4. — Senate shall, as now, annually devote one hundred 
pounds to the maintenance of a scholarship or scholarships in 
connection with the college of medicine. 

CHARGES ON SENATE. 

5. — Senate shall defray the cost of holding all University 
examinations including the remuneration of the examiners. 

6. — -Senate shall defray the cost of carrying out all its duties 
as herein prescribed as well as those of the boards of faculty 
and of Convocation. 

DIFFERENTIATION OF INCOME. 

7. — Senate shall distinguish between such portion of its 
income (herein-after called internal income) as arises from fees 
paid by students of the University and such portion of its 
income (herein-after called external income) as may arise 
from other sources. 

8.— Payments made in pursuance of clauses 3 and 4 of this 
article shall be made out of external income if and so far as 
Senate is in possession of such income. 

CLAIM FOR DEFICIT. 

9. — If in any year the internal income received from the 
Durham division or from the College of Medicine or from 
Armstrong College shall not suffice to cover the cost of 
examining its students as well as its proper share as herein- 
after defined of the payments made by Senate in pursuance of 
clause 6 of this article, and of the payments made in pursuance 
of clauses 3 and 4 also, as far as they are not met out of external 
income, then the council of the Durham colleges or the College 
of Medicine or Armstrong College as the case may be, shall make 
good the deficiency to Senate, and until this is done Senate 
shall be relieved of any obligation to examine students of the 
institution in question or to propose their admission to degrees. 

10. — For the purposes of this article " students " shall 
include past as well as present students, and any person 
examined in the faculty of medicine shall be deemed to be a 
student of the college of medicine. 
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DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS INCOME. 

II. — Ihe annual residue of the internal income of Senate, 
after the payment of the charges accruing in pursuance of 
clauses i, 2, 5, and 6 of this article and of such part of the 
charges accruing in pursuance of clauses 3 and 4 as cannot be 
met out of external income, shall be apportioned amongst and 
paid to the council of the Durham colleges, the College of 
Medicine, and Armstrong College respectively, in such manner 
that each of these institutions shall receive from Senate as 
nearly as may be the amount of internal income received from 
its students by Senate less the costs incurred by Senate in the 
examination of its students and its proper share as herein-after 
dehned of the paj'ments made by Senate in pursuance, of clause 
6 of this article and of the payments made in pursuance of 
clauses 3 and 4 as far as they are not made out of external 
income. 

The payment to the council of the Durham colleges of the 
sum of eight hundred and eighty pounds in pursuance of clause 
I of this article shall be deemed to be a payment to the said 
council on account of internal income received from students 
of the Durham division and the payment to the College of 
Medicine of four hundred pounds in pursuance of clause 2 
shall be deemed to be a payment to the said college on account 
of internal income received from students thereof. 

12. — For the purposes of the foregoing clauses the term 
" proper share " shall in all cases be construed to mean one- 
third. 

13. — The annual residue, if any, of the external income of 
Senate, save any portion of it that may be subject to the 
provisions of particular trusts, shall be devoted to the support 
of teaching and research in the two divisions of the University, 
for which purpose it shall be apportioned amongst and paid to 
the council of the Durham colleges, the College of Medicine 
and .Armstrong College respectively, in such manner andat such 
times as statutes shall direct. 

14. — Senate shall annually cause to be audited and published 
all the University accounts. 

XII. 

CONVOCATION. 

I. — Convocation shall be constituted as heretofore. 

2. — The time, place, and procedure of meetings of Convocation 
and the manner of summoning its meetings shall be determined 
by the chancellor. Provided that at least one meeting of 
Convocation shall be held in each term. 



3- — The conferring of degrees in the University, shall be, as 
heretofore, by vote of Convocation upon proposals by Senate 
Ad eiindem degrees shall no longer be granted, but Senate may 
propose members of the teaching staff in the Durham division 
of trie University, at Armstrong College or at the College of 
Medicine or at colleges hereafter affiliated, for degrees without 
examination. Honorary degrees, the holders of which shall 
not have a vote in Convocation, may be conferred as heretofore 
on distinguished persons 

4. — Convocation shall be empowered to consider and make 
representations to Senate or to the chancellor upon any matter 
affecting the interests or concerns of the University. 

5. — No change shall be made in the constitution of the 
University as settled or as subsequently modified under the 
provisions of this Act unless Convocation has been consulted 
as to the proposed change and allowed a reasonable time to 
express an opinion upon it. 

6. — No resolution of Senate for the establishment of a new 
faculty, degree, title, diploma, or other University distinction 
shall be of effect unless the proposal for the establishment of 
such new faculty, degree, title, diploma, or distinction shall 
have been submitted to Convocation and Convocation shall 
have been allowed a reasonable opportunit}- of expressing an 
opinion upon it. 

7. — Upon appeal made in pursuance of clause fifteen of 
Article V of this schedule. Convocation may veto any resolution 
of Senate affecting the regulations of the University. 

.8. — The Chancellor shall be empowered to summon meetings 
of particular faculties at his discretion. He shall summon a 
meeting of a faculty within a reasonable period after the receipt 
by him of a written request so to do from any thirty members 
of the faculty. The time and place of all such meetings and the 
mode of procedure thereat shall be determined by the chancellor. 

9. — A faculty in meeting assembled shall be empowered to 
■consider and make representations to Senate or to Convocation 
or to both upon any matter affecting the interests or concerns 
of the faculty. ' "^ 

XIII. ■ ' 

TREASURER. 

I. — Frederick William Ritson, M.A., at present treasurer of 
the University, shall remain treasurer of the University and of 
the Durham division subject to such terms and conditions as 
now govern his office, and provided that the said terms and 
conditions may at any time be altered by joint consent of the 
•treasurer and of Senate or by joint consent of the treasurer 



56 ACT. 

and the (.ouncil of the Durham colleges as the case may be. 
Subject to any alteration made as above provided, one hundred 
pounds of the salary of the said Frederick William Ritson shall 
be paid by Senate and the remainder by the council of the 
Durham colleges. 

2. — Senate shall provide for the custody of the property and 
moneys of the University and the council of the Durham 
colleges for the custody of the property and moneys of the 
Durham division after the said Frederick William Ritson has 
ceased to be treasurer. 

XIV. 

REGISTRAR .\SD REGISTRY. 

I. — There shall be a Registrar of the University. 

2. — Walter Kercheval Hilton, M.A., at present registrar of 
the University, shall remain registrar subject to such terms and 
conditions as now govern his office and provided that the said 
terms and conditions may at any time be altered by joint 
consent of the registrar and of Senate. Subsequent registrars 
shall be appointed by Senate, who shall prescribe the terms, 
conditions, and tenure of their office. 

3. — The office of the registrar shall be in the city of Durham. 



SCHEDULE II. 
The Letter from Sen.\te of the University of Durh.\m to 

THE C0RP0R.\TI0N OF SuNDERLAND. 

Under date the eighteenth of June, nitieteen hundred and seven, 
referred to in Section three (4) of this Act. 

University of Durham, 

June i8th, 1907. 
Gentlemen, 

In reference to your application of the i8th ult. for the 
affiliation of the Sunderland Technical .College to the University 
of Durham, I am desired by Senate to inform you that the 
Committee appointed to consider the apphcation, and to inspect 
the buildings and equipment of the college in connection with 
it, have reported to Senate, and that Senate has adopted the 
conclusions of the report, which are in the following terms :^ 

" The Committee are of opinion that there is ample oppor- 
tunity for the development of University teaching in 
Sunderland, and a prospect of it actually taking place in 
a near future, and that the technical college is well 
adapted to serve as a nucleus. At present, however, 
the college is not in a position to undertake the 



ACT. 57 

curriculum the University requires in pure science, as it 
offers no teaching in geology, zoology, or botany. The 
Committee is of opinion that the college would be 
competent to undertake the University curriculum in 
engineering and electrical engineering if the following 
extension of its present resources could be provided : — 
" A more extensive physical laboratory, more fully 
provided for the teaching of branches of physics 
other than electricity. 
" A separate lecturer at the head of the department of 
electrical engineering, who should by preference be a 
practising electrical engineer. 
" An extension of the laboratory accommodation and 

appliances for teaching electrical engineering. 
" A more adequate engineering laboratory, provided 
with the necessary steam machinery." 

I am further desired to inform you that it will give Senate 
sincere pleasure to hear further from you upon the matter, 
should you see j^our way to extend the resources of the college 
to meet the requirements which the University regards as 
essential for University teaching in engineering and electrical 
engineering ; or further so to extend the scope of the education 
carried on in your college as to cover the University curriculum 
in pure science, or in any of the other branches of applied 
science recognised by the University as qualifying for degrees. 

Faithfully yours, 

(Signed) W. K. Hilton, 

(Registrar). 



A CHARTER 

Granted to the University of Durham, 
August 25TH, 1897. 



Victoria, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of 
Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, To 
ALL to whom these presents shall come, greeting : 

1. Whereas by Letters Patent granted by His late Majesty 
King William the Fourth, under His said Majesty's Privy Seal 

■ bearing date at W'estminster the First day of June in the 
Seventh year of His said Majesty's reign His said Majesty 
granted, constituted, declared and appointed certain persons 
therein mentioned and all persons who then were or who 
should thereafter be duly admitted members of the University 
of Durham (in pursuance of a regulation therein recited or 
according to such rules and regulations as might be thereafter 
made and established by the Dean and Chapter of Durham 
under their common seal with the consent of the Lord Bishop 
of Durham for the time being for the admission of members 
thereof) should be and remain for ever thereafter one Body 
politic and Corporate under and by the name of The Warden, 
Masters and Scholars of the University of Durham and by 
that name should have and enjoy all the properties, rights and 
privileges which were assured by an Act of Parliament therein 
recited, passed in the Third j^ear of His said Majesty's reign, 
to the University therein contemplated and authorised, or were 
incident to a University established by a Royal Charter ; 

2. And whereas by Letters Patent granted by Us under 
Our Privy Seal the 28th day of May. m the Fifty-eighth year of 
Our reign divers other powers, rights, and privileges therein 
specified were granted to the University of Durham ; 

3. And whereas doubts have arisen whether the Warden, 
Masters and Scholars of the University of Durham have power 
to cancel, revoke, annul, or take away any degree or title 
conferred by the University of Durham upon any person who 
shall have been proved to be unworthy to be a Member or 
Graduate of a University and whether ,such power was at the 
date of the Charter first hereinbefore recited, and now is a 
right or privilege incident to a University established by 
Roval Charter ; 

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CHAKfEK. 



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4. And whereas it is expedient to remove such doubts as 
aforesaid and to declare and confirm in and to the Warden, 
Masters and Scholars of the University of Durham the power 
to cancel, revoke, annul or take away any degree or title 
conferred or to be conferred upon any person whom the Warden, 
Masters and Scholars of the University of Durham shall for 
good and weighty reasons as hereinafter appearing consider to 
be unworthy to be a Member or Graduate of the University of 
Durham. 

Now Know ye that We do of especial Grace, certain 
Knowledge and mere motion by these presents for Us, our 
Heirs and Successors will, grant, ordain and declare that the 
said Warden, Masters and Scholars of the University of Durham 
shall be empowered, and are hereby authorised and 
empowered to cancel, annul, revoke and take away any degree 
or title that has been, or shall hereafter have been conferred by 
the University of Durham upon any person of whom it shall 
be reported to Convocation by the Warden and Senate that 
such person has been 'convicted of a crime for which he has 
been sentenced to penal servitude or imprisonment, and that 
such crime is one which renders him unfit to be a Member or 
Graduate of the University of Durham. 

And further know ye that We do in like manner, will, 
grant, ordain and declare that all parts of the Charter first 
hereinbefore recited shall be read and construed as if the powers 
hereby conferred and declared were expressly contained in the 
said Charter, and were among the rights and privileges of a 
University established by Royal Charter, v-j ;,'§-^^^s^^i| 



And lastly : We do hereby, for Us our Heirs and Successors, 
grant and declare that these our Letters Patent or the en- 
rolment or exemplification thereof shall be in and by all things 
valid and effectual in law, according to the true intent and 
meaning of the same, and shall be construed and adjudged in 
the most favourable and beneficial sense for the best advantage 
of the said University, as well in all our Courts as elsewhere, 
notwithstanding any non-recital, mis-recital, uncertainty or 
imperfection in these our Letters Patent. In witness whereof, 
we have caused these our Letters to be made patent. 

Witness Ourselves at Westminster, the Twenty-fifth Dav of 
August, in the Sixty-first Year of our Reign. 

By warrant under the Queen's Sign Manual. 

MUIR MACKENZIE. 
Privy Seal. 



STATUTES 

Regulating the Constitution of the University of 
Durham and the Powers and Duties of its various 
Authorities and Constituent Bodies and the disposition 
of its existing Property made by the Commissioners 
appointed by the University of Durham 
Act, 1908 (8 Edw. VII. c. 20). 

constitution. 

|. — The University shall consist of the Chancellor, the Vice- 
Chancellor, the Proctors, and other officers ; the professors, 
lecturers, demonstrators, tutors, and other recognised teachers ; 
the graduates and matriculated students, and all such persons 
as may from time to time be admitted bj' Convocation to the 
privileges of members of the University. 

2- — From the date of these statutes the corporate name of 
the University shall be " The Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars 
of the University of Durham." 

3. — There shall be two Divisions of the University, to be 
called respectively the " Durham Division " and the " Newcastle 
Division." 

The Durham Division shall consist of so much of the University 
as is placed by these Statutes under the control of the Council 
of the Durham Colleges. 

The Newcastle Division shall consist of the College of 
Medicine and .\rmstrong College. 

the visitor. 

4- — The Lord Bishop of Durham for the time being shall be 
the Visitor of the University, and, in addition to all particular 
powers expressly vested in the Visitor by these Statutes, shall 
in that capacity exercise such general powers as are usually 
exercised by the Visitor of a University. 

the chancellor. 

5- — There shall be a Chancellor of the University. The 
Chancellor shall be the Head and Chief Officer of the University. 
The Chancellor shall, by virtue of his office, be a Member of 
Senate and of Convocation. 

6- — The Chancellor shall hold office during his life or until his 
resignation. 

7. — The Chancellor shall preside at all, meetings of Senate 
and of Convocation at which he is present. In case of an 
equality of votes on any question, the Chancellor shall have a 
second vote. 

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8- — The Very Reverend George William Kitchin, D.D., 
Dean of Durham, shall be the first Chancellor. 

9 — If at any time the Chancellor shall from illness or any 
other cause become incapable of discharging the duties of his 
office, those duties shall be discharged by the Vice-Chancellor 
during the continuance of such incapacity. Whether at any 
time such incapacity in fact exists, the Visitor on application 
made to him by Senate shall determine. 

If for a period of one year after the Visitor has determined 
in accordance with this Statute that the Chancellor is incapable 
of discharging the duties of his office such incapacity shall 
continue to exist the Visitor may on application made- to him 
by Senate declare the office of Chancellor to be vacant. 

10- — When a vacancy shall occur in the office of Chancellor, 
a fit and proper person shall be appointed Chancellor by 
Convocation upon the nomination of Senate. The procedure 
to be followed at nominations and appointments to the office 
of Chancellor shall be such as Senate may. from time to time, 
by regulation prescribe. 

THE VICE-CHANCELLOR. 

1 1 . — There shall be a Vice-Chancellor of the Universitv and 
not less than two Pro-Vice-Chancellors who shall be appointed 
by the Chancellor on nomination by and from among the 
members of Senate. The Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice- 
Chancellors shall hold office for a period of two years from the 
date of their respective appointments and shall be eligible for 
re-appointment. The seniority of the Pro-Vice-Chancellors 
shall be determined according to the order of their appointment. 

12- — The Vice-Chanceljor, or in his absence the Senior Pro- 
Vice-Chancellor present, shall preside at all meetings of Senate 
and of Convocation at which the Chancellor is not present, 
and shall have such powers and perform such duties under the 
Chancellor as Senate may from time to time determine. 

13- — In addition to such powers and duties as Senate may 
from time to time assign to the Vice-Chancellor, the Chancellor 
may (in any case of special emergency) depute any of the 
powers or duties of his office to the Vice-Chancellor to be 
exercised and discharged by him in the name and place of the 
Chancellor. 

14- — During any vacancy in the office of Chancellor the duties 
of that office shall be performed by the Vice-Chancellor or person 
appointed to discharge the duties of Vice-Chancellor under the 
provisions of the fifteenth Statute. 

15- — If at any time the Vice-Chancellor shall from illness or 
any other cause become incapable of discharging the duties of 
his office, Senate may appoint one of the Pro- Vice-Chancellors 



to act diihng tlie continuance of such incapacity. Whether 
at any time such incapacity in fact exists the Visitor on 
application made to him by Senate shall determine. 

;5EN.\TE. 

16- — Senate shall for the present consist of thirty-nine 
persons in all, that is to say, the Chancellor and thirty-eight 
other members. 

The following persons shall with the Chancellor constitute 
Senate,: — 

{a). Six members to be appointed by His Majesty the King 
in Council : 

(ft) Six members who shall include the Dean (unless the 
Dean shall be Chancellor) and the several members of 
the Chapter of the Catliedral Church of Durham, together 
with so many other persons to be elected by the Council 
of the Durham Colleges as may be requireil to complete 
the number of members mentioned in this sub-clause ; 

(c) Six members to be elected from time to time (for a 
period not exceeding four years) by such professors, 
tutors, and lecturers of the Durham Division as are not 
members of the above-mentioned Chapter ; 

' (d) Four members to be elected from time to time (for a 
period not exceeding four j'^ears) as representatives of 
the College of Medicine in the manner following, that is 
to say, two by the Council of the said College and two 
by the Academic Board of the College ; 

I' ) Four members to be elected from time to time (tor a 
period not exceeding four years) by the Council or 
other executive authority of Armstrong College ; 

(/) Four members to be elected from time to time (for a 
period not exceeding four years) by the professors of 
.\rmstrong College ; 

(s) Eight members to be elected from time to time (for a 
period not exceeding four years) by Convocation from 
among graduates of the University nominated (by not 
less than seven graduates of the University in each 
case) as follows : — four who shall have been students of 
the Durham Division from among graduates of the 
University nominated as aforesaid by graduates who 
have been students of that Division ; two who shall 
have been students of the College of Medicine from 
among graduates of the University nominated as afore- 
said by graduates who have been students of that 
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Ainistrong College from among graduates of the 
University nominated as aforesaid by graduates who have 
been students of that College ; 

Provided always that if at any time hereafter the College of 
Medicine and Armstrong College shall unite to form a single 
institution, tlien in place of the twelve members of Senate 
mentioned in sub-clauses (d), (e), and (/) of this Statute, six 
members shall be elected by the Council or other executive 
authority, and six members by the professors of the said 
united institution ; of which six last-mentioned members two 
at least shall be professors in the Faculty of Medicine : 

Provided further that, notwithstanding anything contained 
in sub-clause (g) of this Statute, it shall be lawful for Senate 
with the approval of Convocation to constitute and prescribe 
such other procedure for the election of the eight Members of 
Senate mentioned in that sub-clause as may appear to Senate 
better calculated to ensure that the four graduates, elected 
members of Senate who are required to have been students of 
the Durham Division shall represent the majority of the 
graduates of that Division who are Members of Convocation, 
and that the two graduates elected Members of Senate who are 
required to have been students of the College of Medicine shall 
represent the majority of the graduates of that College who 
are Members of Convocation, and that the two graduates 
elected Members of Senate who are required to have been 
students of Armstrong College shall represent the majority of 
the graduates of that College who are Members of Convocation. 

Except where otherwise expressly provided, meml^ers of 
Senate need not be graduates of the' University. 

17- — When any office of member of Senate shall become 
vacant by death, resignation, or efHuxion of time, a new member 
to fill such office shall forthwith be appointed or elected bv the 
authority by whom such deceased or retiring member was 
appointed or elected. Retiring members shall be eligible for 
reappointment or re-election. 

18- — When any person is appointed or elected a member of 
Senate to fill a vacancy arising by reason of death or resignation, 
such person shall continue in office only so long as the member 
in whose place he is appointed or elected would have done had 
such member not vacated his office. 

19- — Senate shall be the supreme governing and executive 
body of the University, and shall have entire control over all 
real and personal property (except the property mentioned in 
the forty-ninth Statute) of which the University shall at the 
date of these Statutes be or thereafter become possessed. Senate 
shall prescribe the form and have the custod}' and use of the 
common seal of the Universitv. 



64 STAll'TKS. 

20- — Senate shall determine the time and place of its 
meetings and the procedure to be followed thereat. Not less 
than one meeting of Senate shall be held in each term. 

2|. — Senate shall keep the matricula of all persons entering 
the University, and shall receive all fees paid to the University 
for matriculations, examinations, or admissions to degrees or 
titles or other distinctions or privileges. All income arising 
from property vested from time to time in the University 
shall be received by Senate. 

22; — Senate shall propose to Convocation all persons who are 
to be admitted to degrees in the University ; and no grace 
for a degree shall henceforth require any allowance by the 
Dean and Chapter. 

23- — All examiners in University examinations shall be 
appointed by or under the authority of Senate, and Senate 
shall prescribe the duties and remuneration of such examiners. 

24- — Subject to the provisions of these Statutes, Senate shall 
have full power and authority to define the terms and 
conditions upon which all University offices, to which appoint- 
ments are made by it, may be held. Senate may prescribe the 
duties and remuneration of all holders of such offices. 

25- — Senate may, on good cause assigned, suspend or remove 
from the privileges and Membership of the University any 
officer (except the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor) or any 
professor (except the Professors of Divinity and Greek), tutor, 
lecturer, or other teacher of or in the University, or any graduate 
of the University. Provided that any person suspended or 
removed under this Statute shall have a right of appeal to the 
Visitor. 

26- — Senate may accept "and administer (as trustee or other- 
wise) endowments for the establishment, continuance, or 
maintenance of professorships, lectureships, readerships, 
fellowships, scholarships, exhibitions, or prizes, or for other 
kindred purposes, or for the promotion of post-graduate study 
and research. Any such endowments, subject to any special 
condition annexed thereto by the founder or benefactor, may be 
applied by Senate in either the Durham or Newcastle Division, 
or in both Divisions jointly, or otherwise for the benefit of any 
college or institution affiliated to or connected with the 
University. 

27- — Senate may formulate, modify, or revise schemes for 
the establishment of new faculties in ^le University. No such 
scheme shall come into operation until it shall have been 
submitted to Convocation and Convocation shall have been 
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28- — Senate may undertake the inspection and examination 
of schiools and charge fees for such inspection and examination. 
Senate may appoint persons to act as such inspectors and 
examiners, and prescribe the duties and fix and provide for the 
remuneration of such persons. 

29- — Senate may direct that academic costumes shall be 
worn by members of the University, and prescribe the form 
of such costumes. 

30- — -"^11 resolutions of Senate and regulations in force in the 
Univ'ersity at the date of these Statutes shall (so far as not 
inconsistent therewith) remain in force until altered or revoked 
by Senate or other competent authority. 

31- — Senate may make regulations for the University, 
prescribing {inter alia) — 

[a) The conditions qualifying for matriculation in the 

University : 
(h) The conditions, whether of study, keeping of terms, 
examination, or otherwise, upon which candidates may 
be admitted to the various degrees, titles, and other 
distinctions conferred by the Universitj^ and such 
conditions need not be identical in all parts of the 
University : 

(c) The time, place, and manner of holding University 
examinations : 

(d) The fees to be paid for matriculation, for examination, 
for admission to degrees, titles, and other University 
distinctions, and for any other Universit}' privilege : 

{e) The conditions under which fellowships, scholarships, 
and other prizes and emoluments may be held of the 
University : 
(/) The conditions under which members of affiliated 
colleges or students of other institutions associated with 
the University may be admitted to the privileges and 
degrees of the University. 
Provided always that Senate shall not imp'ose anj- examination 
as a test for matriculation upon students proposmg to enter the 
Durham Division without the consent of the Council of the 
Durham Colleges, nor upon students proposing to enter either 
of the Colleges of the Newcastle Division without the consent 
of such College. 

Provided also that religious knowledge shall continue to be a 
subject in the course of study and examination for the degree 
of Bachelor of Arts ,' 

And provided further that no new regulation affecting the 
Faculty of Theology shall have any force or effect, nor shall any 
regulation be amended or abrogated, so far as that Faculty is 
concerned, without the consent of the Visitor. 



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32- — Excep in the Faculty of Theology, not religious test 
slial! be requiretl of or imposed upon, any teacher or student of 
the I'niversity : Provided always that where any condition 
involving such test has been attached by the founder to a 
benefaction accepted by the University, Senate in an}' regulations 
made by it in the administration of such benefaction shall as far 
as possible- give effect to the wishes of the founder. 

33. — Subject to the provisions of these Statutes, Senate may 
at any time alter or revoke any Statute of Chapter relating to 
the I'niversity or any regulation in force in the University ; 
Provided always that so much of any regulation in force at the 
date of these statutes as may determine the period of residence 
or study (whether within the University or elsewhere) required 
to qualify a candidate for any degree, title, or other University 
distinction, shall not be altered without the consent, in the 
case of students of the Durham Division, of the Council of the 
Durham Colleges, and in the case of students of either of the 
Colleges in the Newcastle Division, of the Council or other 
executive authority of the College whose students will be 
affected by such alteration. 

34. — No resolution of Senate making a new regulation of the 
University or amending or revoking any e.xisting regulation 
shall take effect until after seven clear days from the adoption 
thereof. If within such period twelve members of Senate shall 
send notice in writing to the Chtmcellor of their intention to 
appeal to Convocation against such resolution, the same shall 
remain inoperative until confirmed by Convocation. 

CONVOC.\TION. 

35. — Convocation shall consist- of the following persons : — 
(fl) The Chancellor and the Vice-Chancellor of the Uni- 
versity for the time being ; 
{b) All persons who are members of Convocation at the 
date of these Statutes, so long as they shall retain their 
several qualifications and conform to the regulations 
of the University 
{c) All persons regularly admitted to the degrees of Doctor 
of Divinity, Doctor of Civil Law. Doctor of Medicine, 
Master of .\rts, Master of Science, and Master of Surgery, 
in the University, and conforming to the regulations 
thereof ; and 
(d) Such Doctors and ^Masters in other Faculties as Senate 
with the consent of Convocation may from time to -time 
determine* : 
Provided always that no person admitted to the degree of 
Master in any faculty shall be entitled to vote in Convocation 
by reason of such qualification until the first day of the terra 

* On June 21st. 1910, Convocation gave its consent to the inclusion of Master.* 
of Letters, and on June a^rd, 1914. to that of Masters of Commerce, among: 
those eligible for membership of Convocation. 



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next following that in which he was admitted to such degree ; 
and provided fifrther that no female graduate of the University 
shall be a member of Convocation unless and until a regulation 
shall have been passed by Convocation admitting female 
graduates to such membership.* 

36- — -Every member of Convocation shall supply his name 
and address to the Registrar, to be entered in a register to be 
called the Register of Convocation. Such register shall be 
conclusive evidence that any person whose name appears 
therein at the time of claiming to vote is entitled to vote in 
Convocation, and that any person whose name at such time 
does not appear therein is not so entitled. 

37. — If any dispute shall arise at any time as to whetlier the 
name of any person has been improperly entered in or omitted 
from the Register of Convocation, such dispute shall be referred 
to the Chancellor whose decision shall be final. 

38- — Meetings of Conv^ocation may be held in the city of 
Durham or the city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, or elsewhere. 
The Chancellor shall prescribe the time and place of meetings 
of Convocation, and the procedure to be followed thereat. At 
least one meeting of Convocation shall be held in each term. 

39. — Convocation may consider any matter affecting the 
interests or concerns of the University and make representations 
thereon to the Chancellor or to Senate : Provided alwavs that 
Senate shall have the exclusive right of originating any 
University regulation. 

40- — Any proposed Statute involving a change in the con- 
stitution of the University as settled by these Statutes shall, 
before being made, be communicated to a meeting of Convocation 
summoned by the Chancellor, and the opinion of such meeting 
in regard to the proposed Statute, if returned to Senate within 
two months of the holding of the meeting, shall be taken into 
consideration. In computing such period of two months, no 
part of the months of July, .\ugust, or September shall be 
counted. 

41- — Whenever notice of an appeal to Convocation against 
any resolution of Senate shall have been given to the Chancellor, 
pursuant to the provisions of the thirty-fourth Statute, the 
Chancellor within a reasonable time shall summon a meeting 
of Convocation (by notice sent to every member thereof) to 
consider the matter of such appeal, and it shall be competent for 
Convocation at such meeting to veto such resolution or to 
confinn the same, or to remit the matter to Senate, as 
Convocation so assembled may think fit. 

42- — No resolution of Senate establishing any new Faculty 
or instituting any degree, title, diploma, or other University 
distinction not heretofore granted shall take effect until such 

* On Oecember 16th, 191.3, Convocation gave its consent to the adniitiion of 
Female Graduates to nieniborship oi Convocation on the same terms and 
conditions as men. 



68 STATITKS. 

resolution shall have been submitted to a meeting of Convocation 
summoned by the Chancellor, and the opinion of such meeting 
in regard thereto, if returned to Senate within two months from 
the holding of the meeting, shall be taken into consideration. 
In computing such period of two months, no part of the months 
of July. August, or September shall be counted. 

COUNCIL OF THE DURHAM COLLEGES. 

43- — There shall be a Council in the University, to be called 
the Council of the Durham Colleges in the University of 
Durham. Such Council shall be a body corporate having 
perpetual succession and a common seal, and may, without any 
further licence in mortmain, take, purchase, and hold, and also 
sell, grant, exchange, demise, or otherwise dispose of real and 
personal property, and act under its common seal in all matters 
within the scope of its powers as by these Statutes defined. 

44- — The Council of the Durham Colleges shall consist of : — 
(a) The Dean and the several members for the time being 
of the Chapter of the Cathedral Churcli of Durham ; 

{b) The Master for the time being of University College ; 

(c) The principal for the time being of Bishop Hatfield's 
Hall ; 

(d) The Treasurer for the time being of the Durham 
Division ; 

{(?) The professors for the time being of Mathematics, 
Hebrew, and Music in the Durham Division ; 

(/) The Censor or Censors for the time being of unattached 
students in the Durham Division ; 

(g) The head for the time being of any hall of residence 
established in connection with the Durham Division 
duly licensed as such by the Council of the Durham 
Colleges so long as the number of students residing in 
such hall shall not be less than twenty-five ; 

(/;) Seven members, each of whom shall hold office for fixed 
terms (not exceeding three years) to be appointed from 
time to time, as follows : — 

One member by Senate ; 

Three members (graduates of the University and 
formerstudents of the Durham Division) by Convocation ; 

Three members by such professors, tutors, and 
lecturers of the Durham Di\'ision as are not ex-officio 
members of the said Council. 

The three members last-mentioned shall be so appointed that 
the term of office of at least one such member shall expire in 
each year. 



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45- — When any vacancy shall occur in the office of a member 
ot the Council of the Durham Colleges appointed for a fixed 
term by reason of death, resignation, or effluxion of time, a 
new member to fill such office shall forthwith be appointed by 
the authority by whom such deceased or retiring member 
was appointed. Retiring members shall be eligible for 
reappointment. 

46- — Any member of the Council of the Durham Colleges 
appointed to fill a vacancy ari-^ing by reason of death or 
resignation shall hold office for the remainder of the term of 
office of the member in whose place he is appointed. 

47- — There shall be a President of the Council of the Durham 
Colleges who shall be elected by the Council from among its 
members and who shall be entitled to preside over all meetings of 
the Council at which he is present. The other powers and duties 
of the President and the period of his office shall be such as the 
said Council may from time to time determine. 

48- — The Council of the Durham Colleges shall be the 
governing body of the Durham Division, and in addition to the 
powers expressl\- conferred upon it shall exercise all such 
powers and enjoy such privileges as may hereafter from time 
to time be granted to it by Senate or Convocation in pursuance 
of their powers in that behalf. 

49- — All property at the date of the .Vet vested ni the Warden, 
JMasters, and Scholars of the University, including the University 
library, observatory, and museum, as well as Bishop Hatfield's 
Hall, and the inteiest possessed by the said Warden, ^Mastei's, 
and Scholars in the Castle of Durham (with the obligations 
thereto annexed) shall from the date of these Statutes be 
deemed to have been transferred to and shall vest in the Council 
of the Durham Colleges, who shall stand possessed thereof in 
trust (except in so far as the fiftieth and fiftv-first Statutes 
otherwise provide) for the following among other purposes : — 

(a) The payment of any professors, tutors, lecturers, or 
officers appointed by the said Council ; 

(b) The carrying on of I'niversity education in Durham ; 

(c) The maintenance of University Collegi- and Bishop 
Hatfield's Hall as residential Colleges ; 

(d) The maintenance of the aforesaid library, observatory, 
and museum ; 

(e) The maintenance and repair of the said Castle and its 
precincts, in so far as tlic said Warden, Masters, and 
Scholars have hitherto been liable therefor : 

(/) The endowment of fellowships, scholarships, exhibitions, 
bursaries, and prizes ; 
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70 SIAll IKS. 

(g) llie holding of such University extension classes as the 
said Council may from time to time authorise ; and 

(/i) All such other matters of a like nature as are generally 
undertaken by University Colleges ; 

Provided always that Senate shall continue to be entitled 
to hold its meetings in the Castle of Durham as heretofore, and 
provided further that in administering the said property the 
said Council shall at all times pay due regard to the original 
purposes for which the same was transferred to the said Warden, 
Masters, and Scholars, and to the circumstance (where the fact 
so is) that the same formerly constituted part of the endowments 
of the Cathedral Church of Durham. 

50- — All property at the date of the Act vested in the 
University in trust for the maintenance of any fellowship, 
scholarship or prize shall be administered by the Council of the 
Durham Colleges as trustee thereof, and shall (save as provided 
in the fifty-first Statute) be subject to the like trusts as 
heretofore, and the words " University of Durham," or any 
words of similar imi)ort in any trust deed having reference to 
any such fellowship, scholarship, or prize, where used for the 
purpose of defining the persons who may be beneficiaries of 
the trust, shall be construed, unless a contrary intention 
appears, as applying to the Durham Division only. 

51 . — The Council of the Durham Colleges, with the consent 
of the Visitor (to be signified in writing) may from time to time 
abolish any of the fellowships of the University existing at the 
date of these Statutes other than fellowships founded bv 
private persons, and, in the case of such abolition, the income 
which would otherwise have been applied to the maintenance 
of any fellowship so abolished shall thereafter be aj^plietl to 
such University purpose or purposes in the Durham Division 
as the Council of the Durham Colleges, with the consent of the 
Visitor, shall from time to time direct : Provided always that 
the powers given by this Statute shall not be exercised so as to 
affect the rights of any person who may be a fellow of the 
University at the date of these Statutes. 

52- — Out of the income received by the Council of the Durham 
Colleges from the property mentioned in the forty-ninth 
Statute the said Council shall (inler alia) annually pay (i) to 
Armstrong College, (a) the sum of ;^i,26o ; (fe) the income 
annually arising from certain capital moneys at j^resent invested 
in and represented by £4,02^ 6s. gd. three per cent, debenture 
stock of the London and North Western Railway Companv, 
and charged with the payment of a gra'nt to the said College ; 
(2) to the College of Medicine, the income annually arising from 
certain capital moneys at present invested in and represented 
by £.■5,883 of the aforesaid debenture stock and charged with 
the payment of a grant to the last-mentioned College. 



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The moneys received by the aforesaid Colleges in respect of 
the said annual payments shall be applied by them to such 
iawiul purposes as the Councils of the said Colleges shall 
respectively determine. 

53- — fhe Council of the Durham Colleges shall prescribe the 
duties and fix and provide tb.e remuneration of the professor- 
ships of the University existing at the date of these Statutes, 
in Divinity, Greek, Mathematics. Hebrew, and Music, except 
in so far as such remuneration is already fixed and provided by 
particular endowment. The Council shall also prescribe the 
duties and fi.x and provide the remuneration of any other 
professor, tutor, lecturer, or officer appointed by it ; Provided 
always that no condition shall be imposed by the Council upon 
any professor to whose chair a canonry of the Cathedral Church 
of Durham is attached, which shall debar him from performing 
the ecclesiastical duties of his canonry. 

54. — The Council of the Durham Colleges shall provide lor and 
exercise full control over the teaching, residence, maintenance, 
and discipline of all students of the Durham Division, and may 
for such purposes at any time make, amend, or revoke such 
regulations (not inconsistent with the provisions of these 
Statutes) as it shall deem fit and proper. The powers in this 
behalf formerly exercised by the Warden and Senate of the 
University shall be transferred to the said Council. 

55- — Every person who, at the date of these Statutes holds 
any office in ttie Durham Division, whether as tutor, lecturer, 
or otherwise, to which he has been appointed by or under the 
authority of the University of Durham, shall thereafter continue 
to hold such office under the authorit}^ of the Council of the 
Durham Colleges, as if he had been appointed thereto by such 
Council, and the terms and conditions of his office shall not be 
altered without his consent. 

56- — The word " Warden " and the word " Senate " and the 
words " Warden and Senate ' in every regulation of the 
University or resolution of Senate in force at the date of these 
Statutes shall be construed to mean the Council of the Durham 
Colleges, when used in reference to matters authority over 
which is transferred to the said Council and in all other 
connections shall be construed to mean the Chancellor or 
Senate as the case may be. 

COLLEGH OF MEDICINE 

57-— 'The College of Medicine shall have full power and 
authority to regulate its constitution and government by 
Articles of Association made in conformity with its Memorandum 
of Association, and for this purpose to alter and amend such 
Articles from time to time. \U officers and all professors, 
lecturers, demonstrators, tutors, and other teachers of the College 



72 siAirii'S. 

ol Medicine shall be appointed in sucli manner and lor such 
time and on such terms and conditions as the Articles of 
Association of the said College and the regulations made there- 
under shall fronr time to time provide. 

ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 

58. — Armstrong College shall have full power and authority 
to regulate its constitution and government hy Articles of 
Association made in conformity with its Memorandum of 
Association, and for this purpose to alter and amend such 
Articles from time to time. All officers and ail jirofessors, 
lecturers, demonstrators, tutors, and other teachers of 
Armstrong College shall be appointed in such manner and for 
such time and on such terms and conditions as the .\rticles of 
Association of the said College and the regulation'^ made there- 
under shall from time to time provide. 

. PROFESSORS. 

5g. — There shall be professors of the University and professors 
in the University. 

I. — The following persons shall be professors of the University : 
(i) The iiersons who, at the date of these Statutes, shall 
respectively hold the following chairs, so long as they 
continue to occupy such chairs : — 

Divinity antl Ecclesiastical History, 

Greek and Classical Literature, 

Mathematics and Astronomy, 

Hebrew, 

Medicine, 

Surgery, 

Midwifery and Ciyna-cology, 

Physiology, 

Anatomy, 

Comjiarative Pathology, 

Music ; 

(2) .\ny persons hereafter appointed to tlie chairs of 
Divinity or Greek (to each of which a canonry in the 
Cathedral Church of Durham is annexed), so long as 
they shall continue to occu]iy such chairs ; 

(3) .Any ])erson hereafter appointed to a chair established 
or endowed under the provisions of the twenty-sixth 
Statute whom Senate may, by resolution, declare to be 
a professor of the University, so long as he shall continue 
to occupy such chair. 

II. — The following person* shall be professors in the University : 
(i) .Any jierson appointed to the office of professor by any 
of the following authorities so long as he shall continue 
to hold such office : — 



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(rt) The Council of the Durliain Colleges. 

(h) The Council or other executive authority of the 

College of Medicine. 
(c) The Council or other executive authoritv of 
Armstrong College. 
(3) .\11 such other persons as may he determined bv 
Senate under the provisions of the one hundred and 
twelfth Statute to be professors in the ['niversitv. 

60- — The terms and conditions upon which the professors of 
the University in Divinity, Greek, Mathematics, Hebrew, and 
Music (in office at the date of these Statutes) severally hold 
their appointments shall not be altered without their consent " 
respectively. 

61- — The canonries ui the Cathedral Church of Durham now 
annexed to the University professorships of Divinity and 
Greek respectively shall continue to be so annexed, and 
appointments to these chairs shall he made as heretofore by 
the Lord Bishop of Durham. 

62- — Appointments to the chaus ot ]ilathematics, Hebrew, 
and Music (held at the date of the Act by professors of the 
University), shall henceforth be made bv the Council of the 
Durham Colleges : Provided that if the "said Council shall at 
any time cease to provide the stipend attached to anv of the 
chairs mentioned in this Statute, the right of the said" Council 
under these Statutes to appoint to such chair shall determine. 

63- — Senate may at any time declare any chair to be a 
professorship of the University, and the Council of the Durham 
Colleges, or any Council or authority in which is vested the 
property or income of any College in or connected with the 
University may (with the sanction of that College), for the 
purpose of providing or augmenting the stipend of anv chair 
which is or may hereafter be so declared to be a professorship 
of the University, transfer to the University any portion of the 
property or income held by it : Provided that such transference 
is not inconsistent with any trust affecting such property or 
income, or the due performance of any obligation imposed by 
these Statutes upon the Council or authority proposing to 
transfer the same. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. 

64- — -There shall as heretofore be a Master of University 
College, who shall have the right of appointing to all other 
offices in that College at stipends to be fixed bv the Council of 
the Durham Colleges. The Reverend Henry Gee, D.D., 
Master of University College at the date of the Act shall be 
entitled to continue to hold that office, and the terms and 
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consent. All future appointments to tlit- ullicr of master of 
University College shall be made by the Chancellor on 
nomination by the Council of the Durham Colleges who shall 
fix the salary of the office. 

BISHOP H.\TrUil.u's HALL. 

65- — There shall as heretofore be a Principal of Bishop 
Hattield's Hall, who shall have the right of appointing to all 
other offices in that Hall at stipends to be fixed by the Council 
of the Durham Colleges. Frank Byron Jevons, D.I-itt., 
Principal of Bishop Hatfield's Hall at the date of the .\ct, 
shall be entitled to continue to hold that office, and the terms 
and conditions of his appointment shall not be altered without 
his consent. All future appointments to the office of Principal 
of Bishop Hatfield's Hall shall be made by the Chancellor on 
nomination by the Council of the Durham Colleges who shall 
fi.x the salary of the office. 

PROCTORS, 

66-— There shall be two Proctors of the I'niversitx- as 
heretofore, to be called the Senior Proctor and the Junior 
Proctor respectively. The Proctors shall be appointed annually 
by the Chancellor in Convocation on the nomination of Senate. 
They shall hold office for one year from the date of their 
appointment and be eligible for reappointment. 

67- — The Proctors shall direct the proceedings in Convocation 
under the Chancellor and have charge of the ordinary discipline 
of the I'niversity. The Proctors shall perform such other 
duties and in such manner as Senate mav by regulation 
prescribe. 

68- — if at any time a vacancy shall occur in the office of 
Proctor by reason of death or resignation, the Chancellor shall 
forthwith appoint a person to fill such vacancy. Any proctor 
so appointed shall hold office for the remainder of the term 
of office of the person in whose place he is appointed. 

CENSOR OF UNATTACHED STUDENTS. 

69-^lhere shall be a Censor ot the Unattached Students in 
the Durham Division who shall be appointed annually by the 
Council of the Durham Colleges. The Censor shall hold office 
for one year from- the date of his appointment and be eligible 
for reappointment. The remuneration of the Censor shall be 
fixed and provided by the said Council which shall also 
prescribe the duties of the office. When any vacancy shall 
occur in the office of Censor, the said ^Council shall forthwith 
appoint a person to fill such vacancy, but a Censor so appointed 
shall only remain in office so long as the Censor in whose place 
he is appointed would have done had he not vacated his office. 



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The said Council may in their discretion also appoint a Censor 
of women unattached students in the Durham Division for such 
period and on such terms and conditions as the said Council 
shall think fit. 

REGISTRAR. 

70- — There shall be a Registrar of the University, whose 
ottice shall be situate in the city of Durham. The Registrar 
(save as provided in the seventy-second Statute) shall be 
appointed by Senate, and Senate shall at each appointment 
prescribe the terms, conditions, and tenure of the office. 

71 . — The Registrar (subject to the provisions of the thirty- 
sixth and thirty-seventh Statutes) shall keep the Register of 
Convocation. The Registrar shall enter in the Register of 
Convocation the names and addresses as furnished to him of all 
persons entitled to vote in Convocation, and shall remove 
therefrom the name of any person at any time appearing therein 
who is not so entitled. The Registrar shall attend the meetings 
of Senate and of Convocation, and conform in the discharge of 
the duties of his office to such regulations as Senate may 
prescribe. 

72- — Walter Kercheval Hilton, M.A., shall be entitled to 
continue to hold the office of Registrar subject to the same 
terms and conditions as governed his appointment at the date 
of the Act ; Provided always that such terms and conditions 
may at any time be altered by tlie joint consent of the said 
Registrar and Senate. 

TREASURERS. 

73- — There shall be a Treasurer of the University, who shall 
(save as provided in the seventy-fifth Statute) be appointed 
by Senate and hold office on such terms and conditions and 
receive such remuneration as Senate shall determine. Senate 
shall from time to time make such regulations regarding the 
custody of the property and moneys of the University as it 
shall deem necessary. The Treasurer in the discharge of his 
duties shall conform to all regulations of Senate governing his 
office. 

74- — There shall be a Treasurer of the Durtiam Division, who 
(save as provided in the seventy-fifth Statute) shall be appointed 
by the Council of the Durham Colleges and hold office on such 
terms and conditions and receive such remuneration as the said 
Council may determine. Regulations shall be made by the 
said Council regarding the custody of the property and moneys 
of the Durham Division, and the Treasurer of the Durham 
Division shall conform to all such regulations in the discharge 
of the duties of his office. 



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75. — I-iedentU William Kitson. M.A., the Ireasurer ot the 
University at the date of the Act, shall be entitled to continue 
to liolil that oHice and shall also be Treasurer of the Durham 
Division, subject to the terms and conditions now governinj^ his 
appointment : Provided that the said terms and conditions 
may at any time be altered with the joint consent (so far as 
concerns the oHice of Treasurer of the University) of the 
Treasurer and Senate, and (so far as concerns the ofilice of 
Treasurer of the Durham Division) of that Treasurer and the 
Couacil of the Durham Colleges. 

So long as the terms and conditions upon which the said 
Fredericlt William Ritson held his appointment at the date of 
the Act remain unaltered, his salary shall be paid as to /lOO 
thereof b\' Senate and as to the remainder thereof by the 
Council of the Durham Colleges. 

FACULTIES. 

76- — In and for the purposes of these Statutes the word 
" Faculty " shall denote any branch or aggregate of branches 
of study in which degrees are conferred by the University'. 

There shall be a Board for each of the following Faculties, 
namely : — 

Theology, 

Medicine, 

Arts, 

Science, 
and for the several Faculties of Law, Letters, and Music if and 
so soon as Senate shall in each case so resolve. 

77- — The board of each Faculty shall consist of — 

(n) such holders for the time being of professorships, 
tutorships, lectureships, or other offices on the teaching 
staff of or in the University as Senate may declare to be 
ex-officio members of that Faculty ; 
(/)) one member at least to be appointed by Senate ; but if 
the number of members of the board of any Faculty 
as above constituted shall be less than three. Senate 
may in such case appoint so many additional members 
as may be required to raise the number to four members ; 
(r) Further members not exceeding three to be appointed 
by co-optation. 

Appointed members shall hold office for one year from the 
commencement of the academical y^ar next ensuing that in 
which they are appointed, but shall be eligible for re- 
appointment. 

Any person may be a member of more than one Board of 
Faculty ; and members of the Board of a Faculty need not be 
graduates of the I'niversity. 



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Y8. — The Board of each Faculty shall elect aiimialiy from 
among its members a chairman (to be called the Dean of that 
Faculty) and a secretary. The Dean and Secretary shall 
respectivelv remain in office until , their successors are 
appointed. The Board of each Faculty shall provide for the 
manner of summoning its meetings and the procedure to 
be followed thereat. 

79. — The Board of each Faculty shall have the tollowing 
powers and duties : — 

1. To watch the working of the curricula and examinations 
in the Facultv, and to advise Senate and the Councils 
or other executive authorities of the Colleges in the 
University. 

2. To submit the names of persons suitable for appoint- 
. ment as examiners : 

^. To nominate committees to consider and report on any 
special subject of study or combination of such subjects : 

4. To report to Senate on regulations dealing with courses 
of study for degrees and other distinctions and on any 
questions relating to the work of the Faculty : 

t;. To require the Secretary of the General Board of 
Faculties to summon a meeting of that board to consider 
and report upon any matter under consideration by 
Senate which concerns the business of the Faculty : 

6. To deal with any matter which may be referred to 
them by Senate. 

No Board or Dean of any F^aculty shall hereafter have power 
to require the postponement of any part of the business of 
Senate. 

80- — Meetings of members of particular Faculties may be 
summoned by the Chancellor at his discretion. When thirty 
members of any Faculty shall send to the Chancellor a request 
in writing that a meeting of the members of that Faculty may 
be held, the Chancellor shall witliin a reasonable period thereafter 
summon such meeting to assemble at such time and place as he 
shall direct. The procedure to be followed at such meeting 
shall be determined by the Chancellor. 

81 . — The members of a Facidty in meeting assembled shall 
have power to consider any matter affecting their interests or 
concerns as members of the Faculty, and to make representations 
thereon to Senate or Convocation, or to both. 

82- — Nothing in these Statutes shall affect the term of office 
of any person who may be a member of the Board of any Faculty 
at the date of these Statutes. 



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83- — 1 Iktc shiill be a Board of all the Faculties of the 
Lniversity, to be called the General Board of Faculties. The 
General Board shall consist of all the members of the several 
Boards of Faculties and shall meet as Senate shall by regulation 
direct. 

84- — Ihere shall be a chairman and secretary of the General 
Board of Faculties, who shall be elected annually by that 
board from among its members before the close of each 
academical year, and who shall hold office until their successors 
are appointed- The General Board of Faculties shall provide 
for the manner of summoning its meetings, and for the procedure 
thereat. 

85- — The General Board ot Faculties may make repre- 
sentations to Senate upon any matter concerning the curricula 
or examinations of the rniversity, and shall report to Senate 
upon any matter which may have been referred to it by Senate. 

86- — The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor of the University 
shall be ex-officin members of tUe board of each Faculty and of 
the General Board of Faculties. 



87- — ' h^ academical year shall be divided into three terms, 
to be called the Michaelmas. Epiphany, and Easter terms 
respectively. 

88- — The date at which each term shall begin and end shall 
be determined annually by Senate upon recommendation by 
the following authorities ; in the case of and so far as respects 
the Durham Division by the President and Council of the 
Durham Colleges ; in the case of and so far as respects the 
College of Medicine, by the Council of that College ; and in the 
case of and so far as respects .Vrmstrong College by the Council 
of that College. 

DEGREES. 

89- — The following degrees may be granted by the University 
as heretofore (that is to say) : — Doctor of Divinity, Bachelor of 
Divinity, Master of .\rts, Bachelor of Arts, Doctor of Civil Law, 
Bachelor of Civil Law, Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor of Medicine, 
Master of Surgery, Bachelor of Surgery, Doctor of Hygiene, 
Bachelor of Hygiene, Doctor of Science, Master of Science, 
Bachelor of Science, Doctor of Letters, Bachelor of Letters, 
Doctor of Music, and Bachelor of Music. Those graduates in 
Arts who have pursued in the Durham Division a course of 
studv which has included Latin and Creek, and who have 
satisfied the examiners in both of those subjects, shall be 
entitled to append the words " In Litteris .\ntiquis " to the 
title of their degree. No other graduate shall be so entitled. 



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90- — Licenses in Theology, Associatesliips in Science, 
Diplomas in Public Health, in the Theory and Practice of 
Teaching, and in Foreign Languages, may be granted bv the 
University as heretofore. 

91 . — The Council of the Durham Colleges and the Council (or 
other executive authority) of the College of Medicine and of 
Armstrong College, and of any College affiliated to the 
University may respectively from time to time formulate and 
propose for the consideration of Senate new curricula of 
University study, together with schemes of examination founded 
thereon, with the view of assisting Senate to prescribe quali- 
fications for initial degrees applicable to the students of the 
Durham Division or of any such College, as the case mav be. 
No such curriculum or scheme shall take effect unless approved 
by Seriate. 

92- — Any graduate of another University, or anv distinguished 
person, may be admitted by Convocation on the proposal of 
Senate to an honorary degree, but no such degree shall entitle 
the holder thereof to be a member of Convocation. 

93- — No degree ad eundem shall be granted b\ the University 
after the date of these Statutes ; but Senate may propose 
members of the teaching staff in either the Durham or Newcastle 
Division, or in any College affiliated to the University, for 
admission to degrees without examination. 

94- — Women students who shall have fultilletl the requn-e- 
ments of the University respecting residence and standing may 
be admitted to the public examinations of the University and 
to degrees in anv Faculty except Theologv. 

FIN.\NCE. 

95- — Separate accounts shall be kept by Senate of the 
income of the University' arising from fees paid by students 
(such income to be called " Internal Income ") and of the income 
of the University arising from all other sources (such income 
to be called " External income "). 

96-— Senate shall out of its income annually pay to the 
Council of the Durham Colleges (by instalments or otherwise) 
in respect of such portion of the receipts of the University 
from degree, examination, and Convocation fees, as has 
hitherto been applied to defray expenses the burden of 
which will hereafter be borne by such Council, a sum of ;^88o, 
and this sum for the purposes of the adjustment of accounts 
(pursuant to the one hundred and fourth Statute) shall be 
deemed to be a payment to the said Council on account of internal 
income accruing to the University from fees paid bv the students 
of the Durham Division. 



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97- — Senate shall out ul its income pay to the C ouncil of the 
Durham Colleges a further sum of £200 annually, so long gis the 
Treasurer of the University shall also be Treasurer of the 
Durham Division, and after the Treasurer of the I'niversity 
shall cease to be bkewise Treasurer of the Durham I^ivision, in 
lieu (hereof, the snm of ;^300 annually. 

98- — Senate shall out of its income annually pay to the 
College of Medicine the following sums (that is to say) : — 

(rt) the sum of ;^400 in lieu of grants formerly made to the 
said College out of the moneys received by the f'niver- 
sity in respect of degree fees ; 

(f)) the sum of ;£ioo for the maintenance of a scholarship 
or scholarships in connection with the said CoUegb. 

The aforesaid sum of ;^40o shall for the purposes of the 
adjustment of accounts (pursuant to the one hundred and 
fourth Statute) be deemed to be a payment on accouiit of 
internal income accruing to the I^niversity from fees paid by 
the students of the said college. 

99- — The annual payments to be made by Senate of (a) £200 
or £300, as the case may be, to the Council of Durham Colleges 
in pursuance of the ninety-seventh Statute, and lb) £100 for 
the maintenance of a scholarship or scholarships in connection 
with the College of Medicine, in pursuance of the ninety-eighth 
Statute, shall be made out of the external income of the 
University, in so far as Senate is in possession of such income. 

I00-- — '-^11 costs and expenses of holding all University 
examinations, including therein the remuneration of examiners, 
shall be paid by Senate. 

|0|. — Senate shall fix and pay the stipends and other 
remuneration of the Vice-Chancellor, the Proctors, Registrar, 
Treasurer, and other officers of the University, except in so 
far as the remuneration of any such officer may be otherwise 
fixed or provided for under these Statutes. 

102- — ■'^'1 costs and expenses properly incurred by or under 
the authority of Senate in the discharge of its duties or on 
account of the business of Convocation or of the General Board 
of Faculties or of any other Board of Faculty either under the 
one hundredth and one hundred anrl first Statutes, or otherwise, 
shall be paid by Senate. 

103- — If in any year the internal income accruing to the 
University from any unit thereof shall be insufficient to cover 
the following expenses (that is to say) » — 

( 1 ) The cost of examining the students of that unit ; 

(2) One-third of the aggregate of the annual payments 
required to be made by Senate (a) to the Council of the 



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Durham Colleges under the ninety-seventh Statute. (/;) 
to the College of Medicine for the maintenance of a 
scholarship or scholarships under the ninety-eighth 
Statute (in so far as these payments are not met out of 
external income) ; and 
(3) One-third of the pa^-ments to be made by Senate under 
the one hundred and second Statute ; 

then such unit shall make good to Senate the deficiency so 
arising, and until such deficiency is so made good Senate may 
refuse to examine the students of such unit, or to propose 
them for admission to degrees. 

104. — After the pavment of the following sums and charges, 
that is to say : — 

(i) The sum of £880 to the Council of the Durham 
Colleges ; 

(2) The sum of £400 to the College of Medicine ; 

(3) The charges payable by Senate under the one hundred 
and second Statute ; 

(4) Such portion of the charges payable to the said 
Council under the ninet^'-seventh Statute and for tlie 
maintenance of a scholarship or scholarships in the said 
College of JNIedicine under the ninety-eightli Statute 
as cannot be met out of external income ; 

the annual residue of the internal income of the University shall 
be apportioned by Senate amongst and paid respectively to the 
several units of the University in such manner that each unit 
(not being in default under the one hundred and third Statute) 
shall receive as nearly as may be the amount of internal income 
arising from its students to the University, less («) the expenses 
incurred bv Senate in their examination, and (ft) a one-third 
share of the payments made by Senate under the one hundred 
and second Statute, and of such further payments as Senate 
may have had to make out of the internal income of the 
University in respect of the moneys payable to the Council of 
the Durham Colleges, under the ninety-seventh Statute, and 
for the maintenance of a scholarship or scholarships to the 
College of Medicine under the ninety-eighth Statute. 

For the purposes of this Statute and of the ninetv-fifth, 
ninety-eighth, and one hundred and third Statutes any person 
examined in the Faculty of IMedicine shall be deemed to be a 
student of the College of Medicine. 

105- — The annual residue (if any) of the external income of 
the University (save in so far as the same or any part thereof 
may be subject to the provisions of any particular trust or 
gift) shall be apjiropnated by Senate to the support of teaching 



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and research in the two Divisions of the University and paid, 
for such uses, to the respective Councils of the Durham 
ColleL;es, the College of Medicine, and Armstrong College, in 
such manner and proportions and at such times as Senate 
niav determine. 

106- — Senate shall annually cause all its accounts, including 
the accounts of the several units with the University, to be 
audited by a duly qualified accountant. The results of such 
audit shall be published. 

.\FFILI.\TKD COLLEGES. 

107- — -■^"V College or like institution within the United 
Kingdom or any part of the British Dominions which provides 
adequate instruction for students in the subjects of study of 
any Facidt}' or Faculties in tlie University may apply to be 
affiliated to the University in such Faculty or Faculties : 
Provided that its members shall be incorporated by Royal 
Charter, or that provision shall have been otherwise made for 
its establishment on a permanent and efficient footing and for 
its government. 

108- — Any application by a College or like institution for 
affiliation to the University shall be made to the Chancellor, 
who shall refer the same to Senate. Senate shall appoint a 
committee to consider the application and report thereon. 
Senate may accept or reject the report of such committee or 
refer the same back for further consideration and report. 

After considering the original or any subsequent report of 
such committee Senate shall decide whether the application for 
affiliation ought to be granted and if Senate shall decide in 
favour of such application, the Chancellor shall as soon as may 
be, thereafter, propose to Convocation by special resolution 
that the College in question.be affiliated to the Universit\- in 
one or more Faculties, as the case may be, and if Convocation 
assent to such resolution such College shall be so affiliated 
accordingly. 

Not less than twenty-eight days' notice in writing shall be 
sent by the Registrar to all members of Convocation of anv 
special resolution to admit any College or like institution to 
affiliation to the University under this Statute. 

109- — In considering the application of any College or like 
institution for affiliation to the University, regard shall be had 
in every case to the following particulars : — 

(a) The standing and permanence of the institution 
seeking affiliation ; 

(fc) The facilities its teaching staff may afford for the 
adequate training of students in subjects set for 
examination bv the U'niversitv : 



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(c) ' The equipment of the institution with sucli buildings, 
laboratories, machinery, or other appliances as may be 
necessary tor the proper instruction of students in the 
subjects of the Faculty or Faculties in respect of which 
the application for affiliation is made. 

I 10- — Any College or like institution in the Counties of 
Northumberland, Durham, Cumberlainl or Westmoreland 
affiliated to the I'niversitv by resolution of Senate approved 
bj' Convocation shall be entitled to such representation on 
Senate as Senate by Statutes made under the powers conferred 
by Section 6 of the Act shall determine. 

III. — Where application is made for affiliation to the 
University by any College in the counties of Northumberland, 
Durham, Cumberland, or Westmoreland, and such application 
is refused, such College shall be entitled to appeal from such 
refusal to His Majesty in Council, and if on the hearing of such 
appeal the same shall be allowed, such College shall forthwith 
be affiliated to the University and entitled to appoint so manv 
representatives on Senate as His Majesty in Council mav 
determine. 

112- — The officers, professors, lecturers, denioiistraturi, 
tutors, or other recognised teachers and the students of any 
College or institution affiliated to the University shall enjov 
such privileges in the University and be admitted to degrees 
upon such terms and conditions as Senate may from time to 
time by regulation determine. This Statute shall not be 
construed to diminish the privileges granted to the students 
of the Sunderland Technical College under tlie one hundred 
and fifteenth Statute. 

I 13- — Codrington College, Barbados, and Fourah Bav 
College, Sierra Leone, shall remain alfiliated to the University 
on the same terms and conditions as heretofore. 

1 14- — Seiiate may abrogate the affiliation of any College 
or like institution affiliateci to the University ; but Senate shall 
not exercise its power in this behalf until it shall have considered 
the report of a Committee specially apyiointed to enquire into 
the circumstances of the case, nor without the consent of the 
Visitor. Nor shall the privileges in the I'uiversity at present 
enjoyed by the students of Codrington College, Barbados, and 
Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone, be diminished without the 
consent of the \'isitor. 

SUNDERL.\ND TECHNICAL COLLEGE. 

115- — The Technical College of the county borough of 
Sunderland shall be entitled to be affiliated to the University 
in the Faculty of Science so soon as the authorities of the said 
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in their letter dated June i8th, 1908, and set forth in Schedule 
II. of the Act, by providing the following additional edncational 
facilities for students attending the College : — 

(rt) A more extensive physical laboratory more fully 
equipped for the teaching of branches of physics other 
than electricity : 

(^) A separate lecturer (by preference a practising electrical 
engineer), at the head of the Department of Electrical 
Engineering : 

{c) Extended laboratory accommodation and appliances 
for teaching electrical engineering : 

(d) A more adequate engineering laboratory equipped with 
the necessary steam machinery. 

When any application is made for alliliation to the L'niversity 
under this Statute, a committee appointed by Senate shall 
inquire and report whether the foregoing conditions have been 
adequatelv complied with, and if such committee sliall rejiort 
that all such conditions have been so complied with, the 
Chancellor shall forthwith declare the said College to be 
afliliated to the Tniversity in the Faculty of Science ; and 
thereupon the students of the said College shall be entitled 
to be admitted as candidates for degrees in engineering and in 
electrical engineering without being required to attend lectures 
or instruction other than tlie teaching provided by the said 
College. 

1 16- — ^o soon as the Technical College of tlie county borough 
of Sunderlanfl shall be affdiated to the University under the 
provisions of the last preceding Statute, the Council or other 
executive authority of the said College shall be entitled to 
nominate two persons to serve on Senate as representatives of 
the said College. 

Miscn:Li..\NEoi:s. 

117. — Subject to the provisions contamed in section 6 of the 
Act, after the 31st day of December, 1909, Senate shall have 
power to make Statutes altering or supplementing these 
Statutes so far as they affect the Chancellor, or Senate, or 
Convocation, or any Advisorv Board of the University, or any 
matter under his or their control at the time such power is 
exercised, and, in particular, providing for the representation 
on Senate of any College which may hereafter become affiliated 
to the University ; and the Council of the Durham Colleges shall 
have the like power in so far as these Statutes may, at the time 
such power is exercised by the said (^&uncil, affect the Durham 
Division only : Provided always that no Statute so made by 
Senate or the said Council shall alter the equality of representa- 
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provision of these Statutes having particular reference to 
property or finance, or to the Faculty of Theology, or to religious 
instruction. 

118. — Any notice required to be given to a member of 
Convocation by these Statutes, or by any regulation of the 
Universitv, shall be taken to have been duly given if it has been 
sent bv post, directed to such member at his registered address. 
No notice of any business of Convocation shall be required to be 
sent to any member of Convocation whose registered address 
is not within the United Kingdom. 

119. — Nothing in these Statutes shall prevent the College of 
Medicine and Armstrong College uniting at any time to form a 
single institution. The powers to be exercised and the privileges 
to be enjoyed by the College of Medicine and Armstrong 
College respectively under these Statutes shall in the event of 
such union thereafter jointly reside in such single institution. 

120- — From the date of these Statutes it shall not be necessary 
to obtain the consent of the Loi'd Bishop of Durham (except 
where by these Statutes otherwise expressly provided) to the 
making, amendment, or abrogation of any Statute or regulation 
affecting the constitution or government of the University and 
the office, powers, anci authority of the Dean and Chapter as 
Governors of the University shall cease and determine. 

121. — From the date of these Statutes the' offices of Warden, 
Sub-Warden, and Deputy Warden of the University shall 
cease and determine, and the title Chancellor shall take the place 
of that of Warden, and the title of Vice-Chancellor of that of 
Sub-Warden and Deputy Warden in the University, as the case 
may be ; and all Acts of Parliament, Charters, Orders in Council, 
Statutes of Chapter, Regulations of the University, Resolutions 
of Senate, Articles of .\ssociaLion. of Armstrong College, deeds 
and other instruments now in force shall be construed 
accoi-dingly : Provided always that this Statute shall not be 
construed to annex the office of Chancellor to the Deanery of 
the Cathedral Church of Durham. 

122- — These Statutes shall come into iorc* so soon as they are 
approved by His Afajesty the King in Council. 

123. — The Chancellor shall, so soon as conveniently may be, 
take all necessarv steps to carry the provisions of these Statutes 
into effect. 

124- — The present Senate and authorities of the University 
shall continue to exercise their powers and discharge their 
duties as heretofore until the new Senate and authorities as 
constituted by these Statutes shall have been appointed. 
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DEFINITIONS. 

125. — In these Statutes, the following expressions shall have 
the meanings herein-after resj^ectively assigned to them, that 
is to say : — 

" University " means the Tniversity of Durham ; 

" The Act " means the University of Durham Act, 1908 ; 

" Visitor " means the Visitor of the University ; 

" Chancellor " means the Chancellor of the University ; 

" Vice-Chancellor " means tlie Vice-Chancellor of the 

University ; 
" Durham Division " means the Durham Division ot the 
University ; 

" Newcastle Division " means the Newcastle Division of 
the University ; 

" Senate " means the Senate of the University ; 

" Convocation " means the Convocation of the University ; 

" Council of the Durham Colleges " means the Council of 
the Durham Colleges in the University of Durham ; 

" College of Medicine " means the University of Durham 
College of Medicine, Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; 

" Armstrong College " means Armstrong College, Newcastle 
upon-Tyne, in the University of Durham ; 

" Unit of the University " means the Durham Division, 
the College of Medicine, and Armstrong College 
respectively ; 

" Member of a Faculty " means any person who has 
proceeded to the degree of Master or Doctor in any 
Faculty and who is a member of Convocation ; 

" Student " means any person in Statu pupillayi and any 
candidate for a degree or examination in any Faculty ; 

" Statute " means a Statute framed by the Commissioners 
appointed under the Act, or a Statute framed by Senate 
or the Council of the Durham Colleges under the powers 
contained in section six of the Act, as the context may 
require ; 

" Dean and Chapter " means the Dean and Chapter of the 
Cathedral Church of Durham ; 

' Statute of Chapter " means a Statute of the Dean and 
Chapter ; 

" Date of the .\ct " means the rirst day of August nineteen 
hundred and eight ; 



STATUTES. 87 

" Date of these Statutes " means the date at which the 
Statutes framed by the Commissioners are approved bv 
His ^Majesty the King in Council. 

Northumberland. 
A. ExoN. 
Barnard. 
Francis Mowatt. 
W. S. Church. 
JOH.N Scott Fox. 
John R. Magrath. 
Joseph Larmor. 

Sealed by order of the Commissioners 12th July, IQ09. 

}. BRUCE WILLIAMSON, 

Secretary. 



RKr.ri.ATloNS ni" Till. CMM'.KSriT. 



rm.i-: i. 

OF ADMISSION. 

I . — In order to be INlatiiculated, a student must have produced 
to the officers of his College such testimonials of character as 
they may require, and have passed the prescribed examination. 
He shall, at the time of matriculation, subscribe a declaration 
of obedience to the authorities of the University. 

2. — The nature and conditions of the examination to be 
Imposed as a test for matriculation shall be such as Senate 
may from time to time by standing order require, regard being 
always had to the proviso of Statute 31. 

TITLE II. 

OF DISCIPLINE. »j! 

I. — Every member of the University in statu pupillaii shall be 
liable, in case of misconduct, to such punishment as the 
Chancellor, or any officer acting under his authority, shall 
inflict ; provided that no one shall be expelled from the 
University except b}' sentence of the Chancellor declared in 
Senate, or by vote of Senate with the concurrence of the 
Chancellor. 

The College of Medicine and Armstrong College shall provide 
for and exercise the same control over the teaching, residence, 
maintenance, and discipline of all students of those Colleges 
as is conferred by Statute 54 on the Council of the Durham 
Colleges. 

2. — Every member of the University not in statu pupillari 
shall be subject to the authority of the Chancellor, and shall be 
liable, in case of misconduct, to be fined by him in any sum 
not exceeding twenty pounds, to be paid into the University 
chest. No such member of the University shall be liable to 
any other punishment, excepting by a formal sentence passed 
by Senate and Convocation. 

TITLE III. 

OF KEEPING TERMS, AND OF STANDING IN THE UNIVERSITY. 

1. — No student shall be held to have kept any term unless, 
being duly matriculated, he shall* have complied with such 
conditions as the Senate of the University and the Council of 
the Durham Colleges, or the College of Medicine, or Armstrong 
College, by their standing orders may from time to time 
determine. 

88 



REcuu.A rioxs (III). 09 

2. — It :i member of the University has been prevented by 
illness or other urgent cause from keeping any term, that 
term mav be granted by grace of Senate, on the proposal 
of the Council of his College, provided that not more than 
one term be so granted to any individual in any one 
academical year. 

3. — In question of standing, every term shall be counted 
during which a person has been a member of the University, 
and has conformed to the regulations of the ITniversity, so far 
as they apply to him. 

TITLE IV. 

OF WOMEN STUDENTS. 

I. — The residence of women students attemling lectures in 
Durham will be subject to the conditions prescribed bv the 
Council of the Durham Colleges. 

The residence of women students attending lectures at 
the Newcastle Colleges will be subject to the conditions 
prescribed by those Colleges. 

2. — Any student of eighteen \'ears ot age, who has completed a 
course of two years' study and examhiation at an\' one of 
the following- Colleges or Institutions: — The Ladies' College, 
Cheltenham ; Queen's College, Harley Sti-eet, London ; the 
Women's Training College, Darlington ; or the Women's 
Training College, Ripon ; and has passed either the Inter- 
mediate Public Examination in Letters or the First Public 
Examination in Arts, may then, iir at any future time, if her 
testimonials are approved, petition the LTni\'ersity that the two 
years kept at such College or Inslitulion may count as one ye.ar 
towards the Degree of B. Litt. or of B.A. respectivelv. 

The arrangements made in this clause shall be terminable at 
twelve months' notice, reserving the privileges i>l then-existing 
students. 

TITLE \'. 

OF THK STANDING AND KXERCISE.S REgt'ISITE FOR PROIEEDING 
TO DEGREES. 

Section I. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite for 
proceeding to the Degree of Bachelor of A rts 
in litteris antiquis.'* 

I. — No grace for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in lUteris 
antiqnis shall be granted, unless the petitioner is a student in 
Arts and has kept six terms at least by residence, excepting as 
provided in clause 2 of this section. 



* The Regulations in Section I will apply to Honour Students till further 
notice, but not to Pass Students entering at Purham in and .ifter October, igiq. 



go ki-(.;lm,ai IONS (v, i). 

Aiiv ^tuili'iil ill riicokitc}', will) i>> i-oioiniiu'iulod li\' his Ci)llo^e, 
ma\ )ii'lition llu" L'liivorsil y tliat (orms kopt 1)\' liini as a stialt'tit in 
Thcoloj^y may cmiiit as terms kept l>y him as a stiKlotit in Arts, 
proviilod thai he sliall liave passed tlie examiiiaiioii api^ointed tor 
tlie admission of students in Arts, and tliat he shall not be admis- 
sible to the Final Exaniination for the ileeree of Maehelor ot Arts 
unless he has passed the First Publie Examination, anil lias 
subsequently kept thii'o terms at least as a student in Ai'ts. 

2. — Xo jfrace for the decree o\' Haehelor of Arts i/i lil/cris 
aii/iquis shall be yranled unless the petitioner has passeil two 
publie exaniiiuilions, except inic as provided U>r in the following' 
piiragraphs aiul in Clause 4, paiagiaph 7. The first of these 
shall be for students who have kept three terms at least ; the 
seeonil tor such as have ]iassed the first ami ha\e subsequently 
kept three terms at least in Arts. 

Xo candidate for Hiinours siiali be aiimissibk- to the Secontl 
Public Examination uniil he has passetl the First Public 
Examination for B.A. in lit/cris (iitfiqtiis, ami has kejjt six 
terms in atlentlance on lloninir Li-ctures lor the Secoml Public 
Examination. 

Candidates for Honouis in the First I'ublii- Exaniinatitin must 
not havi> exceeded the stantling of three terms from .Matrii'ulatioii 
or other qualilicalion as students in ^rls, except as provided in 
the last |)ara}<rapli ot this clause. Except as therein 
provided, candidates for Honours in the i>econd Public 
Examination must not have exceeded the standing of nine 
terms frtini Matriculation or other qualification as students 
in Arts, unless tiiey have alread\' obtained Honours in some 
scluiol of the Second Public Examination ; in which case 
they may be candidates for Honours in iinolher school of the 
Second Public Examination, providei.1 they have not exceeded the 
standing of fifteen teims from Matriculation or other qualification 
as student in .Arts, and that they have attended lectures duringat 
least three terms in tiie subjects of examination. 

.A.ny perst)n who has com]ileted a course of study and examina- 
tions qualifying him lor the Licence in Theology at one of the 
following Theological Colleges : — St. Aidan's, St. Augustine's, 
Burgh. Chichester, Cumbrae, Dorchester, Edinburgh, Gloucester, 
Highiiury, Islington, Jamaica, St. John's (.Armidale, X.S.W. ), 
Lichfield, Lincoln, .Moore College (Sv'dney), Queen's College 
(St. John's, Xewfoundlandi, Saiisbur\-, Selwyn College ( Dunetlin I, 
Truro, Wai'minster, Bisho]) Wilson School (Lsle of Man), the 
Theological Department of King's College, London, or the 
Theological Department of Queen's College, Birmingham, shall 
be allowed to count the final examination o( his College in lieii 
of the first public examination, and shall be admissible to the 
final examination for the degree of Bachelor of Arts after he 
has kept three terms at least by residence as a student in Ai'ts in 
Durham. Sui-h terms must includi- a .Michaelmas, an Ejiiphaiiy, 



KEClULAflONS (v, l). QI 

;iiul an Easter Term. In order to keep terms, such a stiuient 
miisi have been admitted to the Licence in Theoloyfy. either before 
or in tiie course of Inis first term ot residence as a student in Arts 

Students in ativ of the Theological Colleges specified 
in the preceding paragraph, provided that the course of study 
a,nd instruction therein be approved by the Council of the 
Durham Colleges, shall be allowed to proceed to the degree 
of B.A. under the following conditions : (a) they shall pass 
the Matriculation Examination of the University for admission 
as Students in Arts or some equivalent examination and be 
duly registered bv the University as Matriculated Students 
in Arts. (6) They shall subsequently keep six terms of residence 
at their Theological College, {r) They shall then be eligible 
to enter for the First Public Examination in Arts, {d) After 
having passed the First Public Examination in Arts, they 
shall keep three terms in .\rts at Durham, and be eligible 
to enter for the Pass Final Examination for the degree of 
B.A. in litter is antiquis. Provided that students proposing 
to proceed to a degree in Honours in littevis antiquis shall keep 
six terms at Durham after passing the First Public Exami- 
nation in Arts, and shall not be deemed to be over standing 
for Honours if they have not exceeded the standing of six 
terms after passing the First Public Examination in Arts. 

_^. — The first of tiiese examinations shall be conducted liy three 
examiners at least. The subjects and books to which it shall 
be directed shall be fixed by Senate eleven months at least 
before its commencement ; the subjects and books fixed for 
canditiates for Honours being' disting'nislied from tlic subjects, 
anil books fixed for otlier students. 

Everyone admitted to this e.^amination sliall be required to 
prove his knowledg'e oi Scripture History, of one Gospel in the 
Greek (or, in the case of conscientious objectors, in ahernatise 
subjects to be provided b\- Senate), of three Greek Plays, and six. 
books of V'irgfil, or of equivalent jiortions of Greek and Latin 
authors, iiiclioris tevi et notce., and of one at least ot such 
oiher subjects as Senate shall from time to time determine. 
Candidates for Mathematical Honours shall be required to 
prove their knowledge of only one of the three (xreek 
Pia\s, o\- its equivalent. 

All those who satisfv the examiners sliall receive certificates, 
and the candidates for Honours shall be classed according- to their 
attainments. The number of classes shall be determined by the 
examiners, but the order of the nann-s in cacli class shall be 
alphabetical. 

4. — The Second and Final Examination sh.dl he conducted by. 
three examiners at least. Everyone who is admitted to it shall 
be required to pro\e liis knowledge of tiie Evidences of Relig-ion 



92 Ki-i.rr. A I IONS (\\ i). 

(Natural ami Rovealod), of one Gospel, aiul of tlie Acts of tlie 
Apostles ill the Greek, exeept those who offof special Theoloj<"ical 
Subjects as pro\ided in the followintr paragraphs. In the ease of 
conseienlioiis objectors, however, alternative Niibjei-is may lie 
pioviiieil b\' Senate. 

SiiiiK'nls uo{ candidates tor Hoiunns, who olVer llie I-a iileiu es, 
one Gospi'l, and the .\cts of the .Apostles, shall in adililion 
be required to proxe their knowledg'e of one Greek antl one 
Latin book, wi'/ioris (ezii et iiutte, approved by Senate, and of 
one at least of such other subjects as Senate shall i.lelerniine. 
Particulars respectiiijjf these subjects shall he puhlislu-d h\' 
Senate eleyen months at least before the Kxaminalion. 

Candidates tor Honours, who offer the E\ idi-nces, o\\<:- Gospel, 
anil the Acts of the Apostles, shall in aiUlilion be examined in such 
subjects and books in Classical and General Literature, and 
Mathematical and Physical Science, as shall have been fixed 
bv Senate eleven months at least before the e.xamination ; 
the\' ma)' be examined also in other subjects and books selected 
bv them.selves, provided these subjects and books shall have been 
submitted to Senate antl approved b\- it six months at least 
before the examination. .\'o Licentiate in Theology shrdi become 
a landidate for Honours in the Final Kxaminalion for the 
Decree of Bachelor of Arts until he has passt^.d the F'irst Public 
Examination in Arts. 

Candidates for Classical Honours only, need not be e.xamined 
in .Mathematics, nor candidates for Mathematical Honours only 
in Classics. Every candidate for Classical Honours may be 
examined both viv& voce and on paper. 

The Examination for Mathematical Honours shall be ilivide" 
into two parts, as follows : — Part I : Euclid, Geometrical Conies, 
Ali^^ebra, Trig-onometr}', Analj'tical Plane Geometr\', Elementary 
Mechanics and Hj'drostatics, Cieometrical Optics and Plane 
Astronomy. [The use of the Differential and Integ^ral Calculus is 
not permitted in this part of the Examination.] Part II : 
Differential and Integral Calculus, Diflerential Equations, Analy- 
tical Geometry of three dimensions, Newton's Principia i — iii, and 
an\- of the hig-her portions of the subjects of Part I. The E.xam- 
iners shall have power to excuse from examination in the Classical 
Portion of the subjects for the Pass degree those Candidates who, 
ha\ing' failed to obtain Honours, yet have shown sufiliiient 
knowledge of the subjects of Part I. 

Students not candidates for Honours ^who have passed either 
the F'irst Public Examination in Arts, or the F"inal Examination in 
Letters, and have subsequently kept three terms at least, may 
oPer, instead of the above subjects, to be examined in such 
subjects mainly Theological as Senate may. from lime to time 
determine, jirovided that they shall be required to prove their 



KliGLLA 1 U1NS (V, l). 93 

nowleilg^e of one Greek and one Latin book, niclioris cevi et 
notcp, approved b\' Senate, unless they ofter a specified portion 
of the Hebrew text of the Old Testament, in place either 
of the Greek or of the Latin Book. Particulars respecting- the 
subjects shall be published by Senate eleven months at least 
before the Examination. 

Candidates for Honours in Theology shall be examined in >uch 
books of the Old and New Testament in the orig-inal Tongues, 
and such other Theological Subjects as shall have been fixed bv 
Senate eleven months at least before the Examination. 

All who satisfy the examiners shall receive certificates. For 
those who are judg-ed worthy of Honours there shall be three 
separate classifications, one for such as have distinguished 
themselves in Classical and General Literature, one for such as 
have disting-uished themselves in Mathematical and Physical 
Science, and one for those who have distinguished themselves in 
Theolog-y. In each of these classifications there shall be four 
classes ; the examiners being- at liberty to leave any one or more 
of these clas.ses vacant. Thus the Class Paper will be drawn up 
according- to the form annexed : — 
Class, and Gen. Lit. Math, and Pliys. Sc. Theology. 

CLASS I. CLASS 1. CLASS \. 

CLASS II. CLASS II. CLASS II. 

CLASS III. CLASS III. CLASS III. 

CLASS IV. CLASS IV. , CLASS IV. 



/Egrotaitt. 
A. B. 
C. D. 



S. T., > 

u. v., ^ 

.,. ,r ^tLxa miners. 
Y.'Z.','J 

The conditions under which students, not candidates for 
Honours, shall be held to have passed with distinction shall be 
determined bj- Senate. 

Candidates for the deg-ree oi B.A. /// litteris atitiqnis may 
offer Military Science as an extra subject, and, if they satisfy the 
examiners, they shall receive a special certificate to that effect. 

In cases where a candidate for Honours in the Final 
Examination for the Deg-ree of B.A. is required to satisfs- 
in a paper or papers of a Pass Standard, he shall be 
permitted to do so (without prejudice to his place on the 
Class List) at an Examination subsequent to that for which 
he presents himself for Honours, provided that he shall not 
be qualified to proceed to the degfree until he has satisfied 
the Examiners in the pass papers. 



W4 KKGll.A 1 IONS (V, l). 

S. -Ill ;ill cases ill wliich an iiiKliTt4rjn.hialo is adiniUoi.1 tvo\u 
anoiluM- I'liivorsily, or a sliideiU oi' tliis L'nivfrsit y, not oriyiiiaUy. 
a studoril in Arts, heoonK'sa stuJi-nt in Arts, svu-ii student shall be 
reqniri'd to keep lln-ei' Ioi-jhs h\- residoni-e as a sUidenl in Ai'ls» 
before lie is adniiiieil lo liu' l-'inai Kxainination toi- the des^n^e of 
B.A. 

(->. -Suiileiits ot liie L"ni\eisily ol nuiliani Colleije of .Mi-dieine, 
Of ot Afinsirong- Colleije, at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, may petition 
tile L'ouneil of the nurhani Colleges that terms kept by them at 
either ot these Colleg'es, equivalent in dm-ation to three terms 
kept by students in Arts a( Durham, may count to\var(,Ls the 
decree o( B.A. /// litleris anliqiiis, provided that thev shall have 
passed the First Examination appointed foi- students in .Arts, at; 
the heiciiiiiiiijj; oi' the second year, and that tliey shall not be 
admitted to the Final Examination tor the tley;ree ot l>..\. in 
iitieris atiliquis unless they have kepi llirt-c liMins at least by, 
resilience .hs stntlcnt-N in Arts at Durham. 



l'{IiC;iI..ATK'>.\s (V, II). 

Section II. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite for 

proceeding to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts at 

Durham or A'ewcast/e in the case of students 

not candidates for Honours. 

i.--Notfrace for the Dej^ree of Bachelor of .\rts tit Durham 
or Newcastle shall be g'ranted unless the petitioner has kept 
nine terms as a student in Arts and passed ?in Intermediate 
E.xamination, ;i Second Year P'xamination, and a Final Exami- 
naiion, except as provided in the folio winij paragraphs of this 
.Sei-iioii. 

Catuiidales shall be required lo pass the Matriciilatii)n 
Examination, or such examination as ma}' be accepted as 
equivalent b\- .Senate, before beginning to keep terms, and shall not 
be eligible foi" the Intermediate Examination until they have kept 
three terms, nor for the Seconil ^'ear Examination until they have 
kept three terms after jiassing the Intermediate Examination. 

Candidates who have been admitted to a. Degree in an\- other 
Faculty (save Music) shall be excused the first year of residence 
and the Intermediate Exainination. 

2. — Candidates for the Intermediate Examination shall be. 
requiretl to satisfy in five subjects, of' which two must be 
languages, one being an ancient language, ui^^ler such further 
restrictions as to choice of subjects as may be imposed 
from time to time by Senate upon candidates from Newcastle 
and Durham respectively. 



REGl'LATIONS (V, II). 95 

Evervone adiiiiltecl to tliis exauiiii.ilioii inusl offer in the first 
instance not less tliaii four subjects, and no canditlate will be 
deemeil to have passed who has not, in the first instance, 
satisfied the Examiners in at least four subjects at the same time. 
Hut a candidate who so desires may defer the fifth subject to a 
subsequent examination. 

The subjects of the Inteiinediate Examination shall be : — 

(d) Latin. 

ib) Greek. 

(<r) French. 

{d) German. 

ic) Eniflish Lfiiiijuayfe anii Litei.iture. 

( /") Religious Kiu>wlei.liie (v an alternaiive. 

(^) Ancient Historw 

{/i) Modern History. 

{t) Mathematics. 

(j) Philosophy. 

{k) Economics. 

(/) Geography. 

(w. ) Hebrew. 

(>i) Hellenistic Greek. 

(o) Mi!itar\- Science. 

The examination shall be conducted by examiners appointed 
annualh' by Senate, and the special books and subjects to which 
it is directed shall be fixed by Senate eleven months at least 
beforehand. 

3. — Candidates for the Secotui Year E.xanunatioii shall be 
required to satisfy in five subjects, and Candidates for the; 
Final Examination shall be required to satisfy after more 
advanced study in four of the five subjects which they offered, 
for the Second Year Examination, subject in either case to, 
such restrictions as to choice of subjects as may be imposed, 
from time to time by Senate upon candidates from Durham 
and Newcastle respectively. 

Candidates for the Second Year Examination must offer, in the 
first instance, five subjects, but those who satisf\- the Examiners 
in four subjects at one time, and fail in one subject only, ma)r 
offer that subject by itself at a subsequent examination. 

The subjects of the Seconil Year and Final Examinations 
shall be : — 

(A) Latin. 

(B) Greek. 

(C) French. 

(D) Germari. 

{£) English Language and Literature. 
(P) Religious Knowledge or i\n alternative. 



96 KltlU I.Al U1NS (V, II). 

{C) AiK-iiMit Hisloiy. 

(//) Modotn History 

(/l Matliematii-s. 

( /) Pliilosoiiliy. 

(A') Kcoiiomii'>. 

(/.I Kdiu'alion or (for Soi-oiui War onh) Mililars 

Science.* 

(.1/) Hebrew. 

(.V) Hellenistic Greek. 

(O) Geography. 

(P) Science. 

(0) Comparative Study of lleligion (for Second Year 
only). 

1 lu' I'.xaininalions shall be conducted b\' ex.unlners .ippuiiiied 
annually bv Senate, and the special books and subjects to which 
they are directed shall be fixed by Senate eleven nionihs ,11 least 
befoi"ehand. 

4. .\t Durham, students shall be allowed to offer in lien of 
their Final Examination the subjects prescribed for either Part A 
or Part B of the Diploma in Theology, and, for those who do so, 
the Second Year Examination shall consist of three subjects, 
two of the three being Latin and Greek as prescribed for the 
Final Examination. 

5. The Council of the Durham Colleges may dispense any 
student from actual residence in Durham and attendance upon 
Lectures for a period of not exceeding three terms ; but no 
student shall be eligible to proceed to the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts unless he is of the standing of nine terms from 
INIatriculation. A student thus dispensed from residence, may 
be allowed to offer himself as a candidate for a Final 
Examination in six subjects to be prescribed by Senate (not 
less than four of which shall be taken at one and the same 
examination) in lieu of the Second Year and Final Examinations. 

6. Students who have passed the Matriculation Examination 
and subsequently kept six terms at Durham or at an associated 
Theological College and have passed both parts of the 
Examination for a licence in Theology and have been duly 
granted the Title of Licentiate in Theology by Convocation, 
may count the terms so kept in Theology in lieu of six of the 
terms required for the Degree of B.A., and the examinations 
passed for the L.Th. in lieu of the Intermediate and Second 
Year Examinations. Such candidates will, however, be 

* Candidates for the degree of B.A. other than i>i lUteris antiquis may offe"" 
Military Science as an extra subject, and, if they satisfy the examiners, they 
will receive a special certificate to that effect. 



REGULATIONS (v, ll). 97 

required to satisfy the examiners in the Final Examination 
in six subjects*, prescribed by Senate, not less than four of 
which shall be taken at one and the same examination. Such 
students shall not be dispensed by the Council of the Durham 
Colleges, under § 5, from any of the three necessary terms 
of residence in Arts. 

Section III. — 0/ the Standing and Exercises requisite 

for proceeding to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts 

at Durham or Newcastle in the case 

of candidate:; for Honours. 

I. -Xo grace for the Degree o'i Bachelor of Arts at Durham 
or Newcastle shall be granted unless the petitioner has kept 
nine terms as a student in Arts and passed an Intermediate 
Exaiiilnalion and a Final Examination except as provided in the 
following paragraphs. 

Candidates (or Honours shall be required to pass the 
Matriculation Examination before beginning to keep terms, and 
shall not be elig-ible for the Intermediate Examination until they 
have kept three terms (except as provided in clause 3 of this 
section) nor for the Final Examination imtil they have kept six 
terms, at Newcastle nine terms, after passing the Intermediate 
Examination. The\- must in no case have exceeded the standing' 
of four years from the Intermediate Examination. 

Candidates who have been admitted to a degree in an\" other 
Faculty (save Music) shall be excusetl the first vear of ■■esidence 
and the Intermediate Examination. 

Each of these examinations shall be conducted b\' examiners 
appointed annually by Senate ; and the special books and 
subjects to which it is directed shall be fixed h\ Senate eleven 
months at least beforehand. 

Candidates for Honours in Arts who have passed the 
Higher School Certificate Examination, having previously 
passed the examination for Matriculation, or an equivalent, 
may be excused from the first year of study and from the 
Intermediate Examination in Arts, provided that in the 
Higher Certificate Examination they qualify in two languages, 
one of them being an ancient language, and that they have 
obtained distinction in one of the subjects in which they 
propose to read for Honours and further have passed with 
credit in at least one subject in the principal group in which 
they were examined. One of the two languages may be taken 
as a, stibsidiary subject and candidates shall be allowed 



* In and after 1922. Before 19^2 such candidates will take the Final 
Examination for the degree of B.A. in litfryis niitiqtiis. 



98 RKOUI.AIIONS (V, 111). 

to qualify in the subsidiary language at a subsequent 
examination (or the Higher Certificate, provided that they 
do so at lea^5t two years before the Final Examination 
of their Honours Course. Candidates who propose to read 
for Honours in a subject not included in the Higher School 
Certificate Examination shall be deemed to have satisfied 
the above conditions if they have obtained distinction in 
such subject as may be prescribed by the Board of the 
l^aculty of 'Arts, upon thfe recommendation of the teachers 
concerned. No candidate thus excused the Intermediate 
Examination shall be admitted to the Degree of Bachelor 
of Arts unless he shall have pursued a course of study in 
the University for not less than three academical years. 

2. — At DURH.AM a candidate may read for Honours either 
ill .Mafhenuitics or in two of the following subjects taken 
totjeiher English, Modern History, French, German. fn 
Mathematics a candidate may read for Honours in both the 
Intermediate and Final Examinations. 

.\\ tin* Intermediate Fxamination a candidate for Honours in 
Mathematics shall be examined in the mathematical >ubjects 
provided foi" Firsi Year Mathematical Honours for candidates 
for the Degree of B..\. in lilteris luitiqiiis, and ^>hall furtlier 
satisfy the examiners in such subjects of the pass examination 
for tiie Degree oi B.A. other than in lilteris nnliqitis as 
Scn;ite ma\' from lime to time prescribe. 

At the Final Examination such a candidate sliall be examined 
in the .Malhematical subjects provided for the Final Fxaininatinn 
for Mathematical HouDurs for the degree of B.A. in lilleriy 
aulit/iiis. He shall further be required to satisfy the examiners 
in Religions Knowledge (or an alternative subject) as prescribed 
for pass candidates tor the degree of B.A. other than in 
lilteris antiqiiis. 

Such candidates shall, in tlie Final Examination, take 
Religious Knowledge, Paris I ami II (or alternative subjects) 
at one time, and all their .Mathematical subjects at another 
time : but no candidate ma\' offer himself for the former 
until he has attended lectures for three terms on the subjei-ts 
in question, nor for the latter until he has for six terms 
attended lectures for Final Mathematical Honours. 

Candidates for Honours in 'i;e "ther ^iibj'Tt; shall take the 
Intermediate Examination as prescribed .for pass candidates; 
but students who have resided for three terms and have 
passed the First Public Examination for the degree of B.A. 
in Utieris antiquis may count this examination in lieu of the 
Intermediate Examination. 



REGULATIONS (V, III). 99 

At the Final Examination such candidates shall be examined 
for Honours in the two subjects selectevl, and Honours shall 
be awarded on the results of the two examinations, taken 
together. Candidates for Honours in this examination shall 
not have exceeded the standing of four years from ^Matricula- 
tion, and shall not have exceeded three years from the time 
of passing the Intermediate Examination or the examination 
accepted as equivalent. 

Ill cases where a t-andidate for Honours in ilic Fin;il 
Examination for tlie Degree of B.A. is required to satistv 
in a paper or papers of a Pass Standard, he shall he 
permitted to do so (without prejudice to his place on tht- 
Class List) at an Examination subsequent to that for whicli 
he presents hiinself for Honours, provided that he shall not 
be qualified to proceed to the degree uniil he has satisfied 
'tlie Examiners in the pass papers. 

3. — At XEWCASTLE Candidates for the Final tCxaniinalion 
in Honours siiall be required to have passed ihe Interinetliate 
Examination before entering- upon Honours study. The course 
for llie degree in Honovn-s shall occupy not less than ihree 
and not more than four years from the time of passing the 
Intermediate Examination. 

Candidates for Honours who elect to spend the lasi part of 
their course in original research, shall be allowed to pass the 
Intermediate Examination before entering Armstrong College, and 
to present themselves for an examination in Honom-s at the end 
of their second N-ear of study. But no candidate shall proceed 
to a degree in Arts before the end of the third vear of study. 

No candidate for Honours shall be required to take anv 
part oi' the Pass Curriculum other than that prescribed for ihe 
Intermediate Examination. 

Honours shall be awarded in any one of the following 
subjects or groups of subjects : — 

(a) An}- two of the following languages, with their 

literatures ; — Latin, Greek, French, German, 

English.* 
{h) fThe language and literature of England or France or 

Gennany together with a corresponding division of 

Modem History. 
(f) English Language and Literature. 
{d) Philosophy. 

* The combination ot Latin and English will be replaced by (/«) English 
and Latin Literature in and after 1925. The combination of English >ind 
French will be replaced b> (h) French Language and Literature (in and after 1923). 

t Tkis will be withdrawn after 1920. 



loo KiaUI.A I IONS (v, III). 

({') Ancient History. 

( f) Modem History. 

{o) Mathematics. 

(h) Philosophy, toa;ether with either (1) an Ancient or 
|i\Iodcrn Language as specified in {n) ; or (2) .\ncient 
or { Modern History. 

(/) Philosophy and Economics. 

(/?) tModern History and Economics. 

(/) English Literature and Philosophy (in and after 1923). 
(/«) English and Latin Literature (in and after 1923). 
(n) French Language and Literature (in antl after 1923) 

4. — All candidates who satisfy the Examiners shall receive 
Cerliticales to that effect. 

5. Candidates who obtain distimiion in the Oral Examination 
in f^-encli or German shall receive special certificates. 

Sec/ ion IV. — Of the Standuig and Exennses requisite for 
proceeding to the Degree of Master of A rts. 

1. — No gfrace for the degree of Master of Arts shall be granted 
unless the petitioner is a Bachelor of Arts of the standing- of nine 
terms at least from his admission to that degree. 

2.— An\' Bachelor of Arts of the requisite standing who has 
obtained Honours at the Final Examination tor the degree of 
Bachelor oi Arts or has passed with distinction, or who, af"ter 
passing the F'inal Examination for the degree of Baclielor of Arts, 
has passed either the examination for the Diploma in Theolog}', or 
the examination for the degree of Bachelor of Divinit}'. or for 
the degree of Bachelor of Civil Law, or for the degree of 
Bachelor of Medicine, or for the degree of Bachelor of Science, 
or for the degree of Bachelor of Letters, shall be admissible to 
the degree oi' Master of Arts without further examinations or 
exercises. Othei- candidates for the degree of Master of Arts 
shall pass such examinations or perform such exercises as 
Senate ma\' require. 

Section V. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite for 
proceeding to the Degree of Master of Letters. 

I.— No grace for the degree of Master of Letters shall be 
granted unless the petitioner is a Bachelor of Letters oi the 
standing of three years at least from his.atlmission to that degree. 

t This will be withdrawn after \(.}Zo. 

\ The combination ot Philosophy with Kng-lish will be replaced by (/) Eng-lish 
Literature and Philosophy lin and after ig^^.s', and the combination of Philosophy 
with >Iodern History will be withdrawn .'ifler 1920. 



REGULATIONS (V, iv). lOI 

2. — Ar.y Btichelor of Letters of Uie requisite standing; who lias 
obtained distinction or been placed in Division I at the Final 
Examination for the dej^ree of Bachelor of Letters, or who, 
befcre or after passing- the Final Examination for \.he deg^ree of 
Bachelor of Letters, has proceeded to the deg^ree of Bachelor of 
Arts, shall be admitted to the de_gree of Master of Letters wiihout 
further examination or exercise. Other candidates for the 
de_g:ioe of Master of Letters shall pass such examinations or 
perform such exercises as Senate may require. 

Section , VI. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite 

for proceeding to tlic Degrees of Baclielor and Doctor 

of Divinity. 

I. — -No grace for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity shall be 
granted Unless (he candidate has passed the examination for 
Bachelor of Divinity. 

No one shall be admitted to the examination for the deg^ree of 
Bachelor of Divinity unless, being not less than twenty-five 
years of ag^e, he shall have produced satisfactor)' testimonials of 
moral character, and shall ei(/ier(\) be a g^i^aduate of two years' 
standing- in Arts or Lettets of this University or (2) be a graduate 
of two \'ears' standing- in Arts of some other University of the 
British Empire, who has obtained the Diploma in Theology of 
this University, or (3) satisfy the Board of the Faculty of 
Theolog-y that he is competent to pursue a course of study in 
Theoiog-y, and shall subsequently keep three terms in this 
Universitj' and pass tiie examination foi- the Diploma in 
Theolog'y. Provided that up to the end of 1922, candidates 
shall also be admissible under the reg;ulations in force in 1915, 
and any candidate mav be examined in the subjects in force 
in 1915. 

Candidates for the examination for the degree of B. D. shall be 
required to g-ive evidence of a competent g-eneral knowledg-e of 
Christian Theology, and to be well acquainted with the New 
Testament in Greek, and with such portiisn of the Old Testament 
and in such languages as Senate shall from time to time 
determine ; as well as with such other branch or branches of 
Theological study as shall be prescribed by Senate from 
time to titne. 

The examination shall be conducted by two or more examiners. 

2. \o grace tor the tlegree oi Doctor ot Di\inil\' sliall -be 
granti'a unless the candidate has proceeiied to the degree of 
M..\. in this or some other University in the British Empire. 

Candidates shall be of the standing oi' 10 \ears at least 
from their adniissioTi t,o the degree of B.,\. (or .M,.A.). , 

Candidates for tiie degree oi D.D. shall have proceeded to 
the degree of B.D. of this University. 
7 



102 REGrLATIONS (V, Vl). 

Candidates for iho ilejJiee of DoilDr ol" Divinity siiall, 
before the first day of tho Eastei" or iVIicliaeliiias Term, send 
to the Secretary of Examinations an exercise consistlni; of 
either a piiblislied work or two dissertations on subjects 
approved by I lie Professor of Divinity. No grace shall be 
granted for the degree unless the exercise submitted shall 
have been adjudged b\' Examiners appointed by Senate to 
be a contribution \o learning sufficient for the degree. 



Section VII. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite 

for proceeding to the Degrees of Bachelor and 

Doctor of Civil La7v. 

1. — No grace for the degree of Bachelor of Civil Law shall be 
granted unless the petitioner i.s of the standing of twelve terUiS at 
least from the date of his admission to the degree of Bachelor of 
Arts, nor unless he has passed the examination in Civil Law 
appointed by Senate. 

2.— No grace for the degree of Doctor of Civil Law shall 
be granted unless the candidate has proceeded to the degree of 
M.A. in this or some other Lhiiversity in the BiMtish F2mpire. 

Candidates shall be of the standing of 10 years at least 
from their admission to the degree of B.A. of this Universitv. 
Thev shall also have proceeded to the degree of B.C.L. of this 
University. 

3. Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Civil Law 
shall, before the first day of the Easter or Michaelmas Term, 
send to the Secretary of Examinations at Durham an exercise, 
consisting of either a published work, or two dissertations on 
subjects approved by the Board of the Faculty of Arts. 
No grace shall be granted for the degree unless the exercise 
submitted shall have been adjudged by Examiners appointed 
by Senate to be a contribution to learning sufficient for the 
degree. 

In the case where dissertations are submitted, no grace tor 
the degree shall be granted until the dissertations, having been 
accepted, shall have been printed by the candidate, who shall 
not be at liberty to make any alteration or addition thereto 
without the leave of the Senior examiner. 

.\ printed copy of the exercisfe shall be sent to the 
Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor, the Dean of the Faculty of 
Arts, the Proctors the Head of the College or Hall of which the 
candidate is a member and the University Library. 



REGULATIONS (V, Mil). 1 03 

Section VIII. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite 

for proceeding to the Degree of Doctor of Letters. 

I. — No gfrace for the degree of Doctor of Letters shall be 
granted unless the candidate has proceedeil to the degree of 
"M.A. or M.Litt. in this University. 

2. — Candidates must be of the standing of 10 years at least 
from their admission to the degree of B..\. or B.Litt. 

3. — Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Letters shall, 
before the first day of the Easter or Michaelmas Term, send 
to the Secretary of Examinations either published work, or a 
special dissertation on a subject approved by the Board ot the 
Faculty ot Arts ; and no candidate shall be allowed to present 
a dissertation who has not taken an Honours course and taken 
an Ai-ts degree with Honours in this University. 

4. — No candidate will be accepted for the degree unless the 
exercise submitted shall have been adjudged by Examiners 
appointed by the Senate to be a contribution to learning 
sufficient for the degree. 

5. — If a dissertation be submitted and accepted, the degree 
cannot be conferred imtil the dissertation has been printed 
by the candidate, who will not he at liberty to make any 
alteration or addition thereto without the leave of the Senior 
Examiner. 

6. — A printed copy o^ the Exercise must be sent to the 
Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor, the Dean of the Faculty of 
Arts, the Proctors, the Head of the College or Hall of which 
the candidate is a member, and the University Librarv. 

Section IX. — Of the Standing and Exercises 

requisite for proceeding to Degrees in 

the Faculty of Medicine. 

I. — N'o one shall be held to be a student in Medicine unless he 
has passed the Matriculation Examination in such subjects as 
Senate shall from time to time determine, or such other of the 
Registration Examinations recognized by the General Medical 
Council as Senate shall deem equivalent. 

2. — No grace for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine shall be 
granted unless the petitioner is of the age of not less than 
twenty-one years, and has, since his registration, spent five 
j'ears in medical and surgical study, and has been registered 
in the books of the General Medical Council, one of the said 
five years having been spent at the University's College ot 
Medicine, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He may spend the other 
four 3'ears of the curriculum either at Newcastle-upon-T\ne 
or at one or more of the recognized Medical Schools. 



I(i4 RF(;iLAriONS (V, IX). 

Xo sji-at-e for tin- Hoijroo of Ii;u-liolor ni Modioim- shall 
be _y;rantod unless llio petilioiior has passed ioiir public 
examinations. 

The first of these examinations may be passed immeiliati'ly 
after aitendanee on the necessaiy courses of instruction. 

No i>ne shall be admissible to the second of these examinations 
unless he has spent two academical years at least in medical study 
as above prescribed, and has passed the first examination. 

No one shall be admissible to the third of these examinations 
unless he has spent three jears at least in medical stud)' as above 
prescribed, and has passed the second examination. 

Xv one shall be admissible to the fourth of these exciminations 
unless he has speni five years in medical slud}' as above pre- 
scribed, and passed the third examination. 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine who have 
completed in a University of the United Kingdom a course of 
studv and passed an examination in Biology, Chemistry or 
Physics qualifying for a Degree in Science shall be exempted 
from study and examination in the subject or subjects in 
which they have passed. 

Caitdidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine who have 
completed in the University of Durham the course of study 
in Physiology required for the Degree of Bachelor of Science, 
and who have qualified for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
with Physiology as a il.ief subject of their final examination, 
shall be exempted from study and examination in this subject. 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine who have 
completed in a University of the United Kingdom a course of 
study and passed an examination in Biolosy, Chemistry or 
Physics, qualifymg for Degrees in Medicine and Surgery, may be 
exempted from study and examination in the subject or subjects 
in which they have passed ; and the Board of the Faculty of 
Medicine shall have authority to determine in any particular 
case whether the course of study pursued or the examination 
passed by a Candidate may be accepted for the purpose of 
the above Regulation, and may delegate this authority from 
time to time to a Committee approved by Senate, consisting 
of not less than five Members of the Board. The Board of 
the Faculty of Medicine shall currently report to Senate all 
proceedings taken under the foregoing Regulation. 

Xo one shall be admissible lo any one of these examinaiions 
unless he has produced to ihe Secretjrry of Examination:*, or 
other officer appointed by the Council of the CoUeg'e of Medicine, 
satisfactory testimonials of conduct, and such certificates of' 
attendance on Lectures and Hospital Practice as Senate shall 
require. 



KKCUI.A 1 !0.\S (V, IX). I05 

Each of these exaillinalions sli.ill bo CDiiduclcd 1)}' three or 
moro exainiufrs, ,and shall be directed to such subjects of 
Medii-al Science and Practice as shall have been fixed b}- Senatt;;. 

Cnulidales who have saiistied all the alio ve 1 ei|iiircini'nls si 1,1 11 be 
admissible, at one antl tlie same time, to ihe decrees oi' Baciieloi,- 
of Meilicine and Bachelor of Surgery. 

3. — No Bachelor of Medicine siiall be admiited as a candidate 
for the degree of Doctor of i\Ie>^licine unless he has salisfieil the 
Examiners for the Matriculai ion Exfimination either in Cir<^ek or 
Qerman, or has passed in one of these languages in an Examina- 
tion which exempts fioni ilie ^latriculaiion Exannnalion. 

4. — \o grace for the degree ot L^ocior ot Medicine shall be 
granted (except as provided in the following clause) unless the 
petitioner is a Bachelor of Medicine, of the age of noi le^s than 
twenty-four years, and has been engaged, for at least two year;? 
subsequent to the dal.e oi' admission to the I.>egree of Bachelor 
of Medicine, in research wc'ik, or in attendance on the piactice 
of a recognized Hospital, or. in the Military or Xaval sei vices, 
or in medical or surgical practice, nor unless he has performed 
such exercises as Senate shall, lequire. The petitioner shall 
under such conditions as Senate shall determine, either (n') ]->resent 
an original essay to be approved b\' the Examineis ,-ind p;i-.s an 
oi'al examination and such fiuther examination as ihe\ may 
require, or (b) pass a spei-ial examination in the theor\' and 
pr.ictice of Medicine. 

5. — Senate shall have authority to arratige a Special Examina- 
tion for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, to which persons 
who have been engaged in the active practice of their profession 
for fifteen years, and are of not less than fortv years of age, and 
who have produced satisfactory- testitnonials ot moral charai'ter, 
shall be admissible, due regard being had to iheir attainments 
ill Arts. 

'6. — No grace for the degree ot blaster ot Surgery shall be 
granted unless the- petitioner is of the age of not less than 
twenty-four years, has obtained the degree of Bachelor of 
Surger\', and has fulfilled such conditions as regards attendance 
on Lectures and passed such examination as Senate shall require. 

7. — No grace for the Degree of Bachelor of Hygiene shall 
be granted. . unless, the, petitioner is a Graduate in Meilicine 
of a recognized University and of the age of not less than 
twentv-two years, and has, subsequent to the attainment ol a first 
registrable qualifiiation in Medicine, Surgery, and Midwifer\-, 
spent one year of professional study in attendance upon Lectures, 
&.C., at the L^niversity of Durham Colleges, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
and shall h.ave passed such examinations as .Senate shall re(.|uire. 



lOh KEGULATIOXS (V, IX). 

No 4frai-f tor llie ileyree of Doctor o( Ilyjjfionc sliall he j^Taiilcd 
unless llie petitioner is a Bachelor of Hj\yfiene, and has, suhsei.|iient 
to the date of his acquiring' the degree of Bachelor of Hygiene, 
been engaged for two years in Pnhlic Heakli adniinist ration, or 
in research work relating to Public Health, and shall have passed 
a further exannnation with respeci to his contributions to the 
subject, londucteil hv two examiners a]>iioititeil by Senate. 

Such a candidate shall be required to ^cikI lo the Si-i-rct.uy 
of Examinations of the College of Metlicinc o/i or before JiniiKtry 
1st in anv year, a Thesis and such other evidence oi his 
contributions to the advancement c>f Hyg'iene as may sui>port 
his application ; and the e.vaminers shall examine the canilidate 
7'iva voce on such contribu'ions, and shall report whether they 
adjudge him to be of sufhcient ilistinctien in special research or 
learning to receive the liegree. 

Section X. — Regulations for the Puss Degree of B.Sc.\ 
1. — Candidates before entering on a course of study shall be 
required to have passed the University .Matriculation Exami- 
nation, or an approved equivalent. 

Before presenting themselves for any one of the several 
examinations subsequent to the ^Matriculation examination 
thev must present certificates of having attended the 
prescribed courses of study to the satisfaction of the Heads 
of the Departments concerned. 

The curriculum of the Pass Degree of B.Sc. shall occupy 
three vears at least ; and, in the case of Pure Science, shall 
consist of two parts — the Intermediate and Final parts — 
and in the case of Applied Science, shall consist of three 
parts — the Intermediate, Second, and Final parts. Each 
part will conclude with an Examination. 

Intermediate Part and Examination. 
2. The Intermediate Part shall occupy one year at least, 
and : — 

(fl) For candidates in Pure Science, shall comprise study 
in any four of th*^ following subjects : — Mathematics (Pure 
and Applied), Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Zoology, Botany. 

(6) Candidates in Agriculture must offer Chemistry, 
Botany, Zoology, and either Mathematics or Physics. 

(c) Candidates in Engineering,* Naval Architecture,* 
Mining, t and Metallurgy are required to present the 
four subjects, Mathematics (Pure and Applied), Physics, 
Chemistry, Applied Mechanics and Mechanical Drawing. 

* These Degrees are acct-pied by the- Institution of Civil Engineers in lieu 
of their Associate Membership Examination, provided that the Matriculation 
Examination for Candidates in Engineering and Naval .Architecture, or one 
of the equivalents (see page i8.;) has been passed, prior to entry on the 
course of study. 

t This degree has been approved by the Home Secretary for the purposes 
of the Coal Mines Act, 1911. 

J The details of the Subjects of Examination are given i>n pp. 202-270. 



REGl'LAriONS (V, X). 107 

A course of study in each of these subjects, except Mathe- 
matics, shall include work in the laboratory or drawing office. 

Candidates may present themselves for the Intermediate 
Examination at the end of their first or any subsequent year. 
No candidate shall be deemed to have passed it who has not, 
in the first instance, satisfied the Examiners in at least three 
subjects at the same time. Candidates will be required to 
satisfy the Examiners in their fourth subject before they can 
be deemed to have completed the Intermediate Examination. 
For the purpose of this Regulation, Applied Mechanics and 
Mechanical Drawing are treated as one subject. 

The Intermediate Examination shall be held each year in 
June and September, only those candidates who have failed 
either in one subject or in the whole examination being allowed 
to present themselves in the latter month. 

PURE SCIENCE. 
FiNAF. Part and Examination. 
3. — In Pure Science the Final Part shall occupy two years, 
during which the candidate shall study three subjects selected 
from the following* : — Mathematics (Pure and Applied), 
Phvsics, Chemistry, Geology. Zoology. Botany, Physiology. 

Tliree-year students in Education may ofter Education 
in place of one of these. 

Registered Students in Medicine, who have passed the 
University of Durham Matriculation Examination before 
entering on medical study in the University, and who desire 
to take the degree of B.Sc, shall be excused from study 
and examination in Mathematics for that degree after 
Matriculation ; and in case they qualify for the degree 
of B.Sc. with Physiology as a subject of their Final 
Examination, their studies and examinations in Physics, 
Chemistry, and Biology, for the degree of B.Sc, shall be 
allowed to count as studies and examinations for the first 
examination for the degree of M.B., and their studies and 
examinations in Physiology for the degree of B.Sc. shall 
be allowed to count as studies and examinations for the 
second examination for the degree of M.B. also. 

APPLiKP scip:xce. 

Skloni) a.ni) Final Parts and Examinatr>ns. 
4. — In " Applied Science," the Second and Final parts shall 
consist of courses of study in the subjects of Agriculture, 
Mechanical, Marine, Electrical, Civil, or Military Engineering, 
Naval Architecture. Mining, or Metallurgy. f 

* The details of Subjects of Examination are fifiven on pp. 2tj^^-2b^. 
t The groups of subjects to be taken in tae differeiil sections are given 
on pp. 266—270. 



in8 RFGILATIOXS (V. X). 

In all the sections of the Second and Final Examinations, 
candidates will be required to pass in all the subjects of Group 
I at one examination, and any candidate who fails to satisfy 
the Examiner in any subject of Group I shall be deemed to have 
failed in the entire group. But in Group 11 candidates shall 
be allowed credit for each several subject in which they satisfy 
the Examiners, and will be required to be re-examined in those 
subjects alone in which they have failed. All candidates will, 
in the first instance, be required to present tlipnispl\-i>s for 
the full examination. 



ri'RK AND APPLIED SCIE.XCE. 

5. — Dates of the Examinations : — The second examination 
for B.Sc. in ,\pplied Science shall be held in June of each year. 
A supplementary examination shall also be held in September 
of each year, at which only those candidates may present 
themselves who, on report of the Examiners, obtain permission 
from the Board of Professors of Armstrong College. 

The Final Examination for B.Sc. in Pure and in Applied 
Science shall be held in June of each year. 

(a) A Bachelor of Science who has graduated in Pure 
Science may proceed to the same degree in Applied 
Science by attending the second and third » year 
courses in a branch of Applied Science and passing 
the respective examinations at the end of these 
courses ; but attendance on courses of instruction 
and examination shall not be required of him in 
those subjects in which he mav have qualified in the 
course for the degree in Pure Science. 

(6) A Bachelor of Arts may proceed to the degree of 
Bachelor of Science in Pure Science by attending the 
second and third year courses in Pure Science and 
passing the final examination at the end of these 
courses. 

(c) A Bachelor of Arts may proceed to the degree of 

Bachelor of Science in Applied Science provided he 
passes the First Exammation for B.Sc. in Applied 
Science and attends the second and third year courses 
in some branch of Applied Science and passes the 
respective examinations at the end of these courses. 

(d) Candidates for the Degree of, Bachelor of Science 

may be exempted from the first year of study 
required therefor, provided that they have pursued 
m this or any other University a course of study 



REGfl.ATlONS IV, X). lOQ 

equivalent thereto and may further be exemnted 
from the first examination for the degree provided 
that they have passed in this or any other University 
an examination equivalent thereto. 

Applications for such exemption accompanied bv oii^mal 
cevtificates must be sent in wviting to the Res;istyar. Arm- 
strong College, before May 3Cth. 

(e) The Facultv of Science shall have authority to deter- 
mine in anv particular case whether a course of study 
pursued, or an examination passed by a Candidate 
in this or anv other University, may be accepted 
for the purpose of the above regulations, and may 
•delegate this authority from time to time to any 
Committee approved by Senate consisting of not 
less than five members of its own body. 

(/) In the case of Foreign or Oriental Students, who 
claim exemption under (d) and about whose qualifi- 
cations there is reasonable doubt, the Faculty may, 
on the recommendation of the Principal of Armstrong 
College, require that such students shall pass the 
Intermediate Examination before entrance. 

(g) The Faculty of Science shall currently report to Senate 
all proceedings taken under the foregoing regulations. 



Sec f ion AY. (/) — Regulations for the Degree of B.Sr., 
in Pure Scie?ice ivit/i Honours* 

1.— Honours in the School of Pure Science shall be awarded 
in the following subjects : — [a) Mathematics (Pure and Applied), 
(^) Physics, (c) Chemistry, {d) Geology, (5) Zoology, (f) Botany, 
\g) Physiology. 

2. The curriculum for the degree of B.Sc. , in Pure Science 
with Honours, shall occupy a period of not less than three 
aad not more than four consecutive years. Of this period 
not less than two and not more than three years shall be 
occupied with study in one of the subjects in the Honours 
School of Pure Science. 

3. The Honours Curriculum in each case shall consist 
of :— 

(a) a chief subject, the study of which shall extend over 
two or three years. 

* The ilet.iils ot the subjects of exaniinriticin are g-iven on pp. 270—272. 



no REGULATION'S (V, X). 

{h) not less than two other subjects, to such extent as 
ina\' be prescribed from time to time by the Head 
of tlie Department in which the chief subject is 
studied, subject to the approval of Senate. 

{c) French and German, as defined in paragraph 4 
(attendance at a College Course in French and German 
shall not be obligatory). 

4. The examinations for the degree of B.Sc. with Honours 
shall consist of {a) the examination in the chief subject of 
the Honours School, (6) the examination in the subjects 
selected under 3 (b), (c) an examination in French and 
German, in which the cantlidate's ability will be tested by 
the translation into English of passages related to the chief 
sul)iect of the Honours School. 

5. A Candidate for Honours shall proceed as follows : — 

Either (a) attend the Intermediate Course qualifying for 
the Intermediate Examination, and present himself for that 
examination at the end of the course in June. In addition 
to passing the examination, the candidate must either be 
placed in the first division, or show to the satisfaction of the 
Board of Examiners special proficiency in at least two of the 
subjects of examination. 

or (h) if the candidate has obtained the Higher Certificate 
{.\ or B) of the University of Durham, and has passed in 
Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, he may apply to be 
admitted to an Honours School. If approved by the Head 
of the Departmeni concerned, he sb ill be required to jMirsue 
a cour.se of study extending for one year in three subjects 
selected from the list of subjects given in paragraph 1. One 
of tlie snbjects so selected shall be the chief subject in which 
the candidate proposes to read for Honours. At the end of 
this first year of studv, the Heads of the three Departments 
concerned shall decide jointly as to the candidate's fitness to 
read lor Honours, or, in the alternative, whether he shall be 
excused the Intermediate part of the Pass Degree. 

0. No candidate shall be allowed to read for Honours 
without the concurrence of the Head or Heads of the depart- 
ments concerned. 

7. Candidates who shall present evidence satisfactory to 
the Board of the Faculty of Science that they are qualified 
to enter upon a course of research may receive permission 
to pursue such a course, and to of^er a thesis on their work in 
place of a corresponding part of the Honours examination 



REGULATIONS (V, XI). Ill 

Application for the recognition of research work should be 
made to the Board of the Faculty of Science, not later than the 
last day of October preceding the Honours Examination, 
together with a statement of the intended subject of research ; 
and the thesis must be sent to the Secretary of Examinations 
not later than the first day of Mav preceding the Honours 
Examination. 

3. Names of candi<lates who have passed the examination 
for the Degree of B.Sc. with Honours shall be published in 
a list drawn up in two classes, each class being arranged in 
alphabetical order. The list shall indicate the chief subject 
in' the School in which the candidate has obtained Honours. 

9. Candidates who have not shown sufficient merit to 
deserve Honours, but have reached the standard of the I'ass 
degree, mav be recommended for that degree. 

■ 10. The Honours Examination shall l>e held in June of 
each vear. 

Everv candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Science with 
Honours shall be required to present himself for examination 
at the end of the third or fourth year from the time when he 
commenced Science studies in the College as a Matriculated 
student, unless he shall present a medical certificate of illness, 
satisfactory to the Board of the Faculty of Science. A 
candidate presenting such a certificate maj' be allowed to 
enter for the Honours examination after the lapse of not 
more than one vear from the time when he should have 
presented himself for examination, in due course. 

11. Candidates who have obtained Honours in any subject 
of the Final Honours School may be admitted to examination 
in anv other subject of the School after the expiration of not 
more than two years, on presenting certificates of having during 
that period attended courses of instruction approved by the 
Board of the Faculty of Science, provided that no candidate 
shall be so admitted after a longer period than six years has 
elapsed since the date of his first commencing Science studies 
in the College as a Matriculated student. 

12. Candidates who have qualified for the Pass degree of 
Bachelor of Science ma^-, with the approval of the Board 
of the Facultv of Science, proceed to a course of study in the 
Honours School ; provided that such course of study be pursued 
during a period of not less than one year and not more than 
two years. Such candidates may be excused the subjects 
and examinations specified under the heads 3 (6) and 4 (b). 



TI2 RFGUIATIONS (V, Xl). 

( a ) /\io!(/,i/i,)iis for the Degree o/ I^.Se. in Applied 
Seieiiee ivitli Honours. 

1. The cuniculuin tor the degree of B.Sc. in Applied Science 
vvitli Honours shall occu]iy a period of not less than three, 
and not more tlian four consecutive years. Of this ]ieriod 
not less than one year (except in the subjects of Minin? ancj 
Metallurgy) shall be devoted to study in one of the subjects 
in the Honours School of Applied Science, as laid down in I*;ir 3. 

The regulations for Honours in the subjects of Mining and 
Metallurgy are contained in Pars. 7, 10 and 11. 

2. .\11 candidates for Honours shall be required to comply 
with the regulations of the Pass Curriculum in Applied Science, 
and to pass the first, second and final examinations for the 
Pass Degree. In the case, however, of those who present 
evidence of sufficient previous training, attendance on the 
first year's course may be dispensed with, provided they pass 
the first year's examination for the Pass Degree, or are exempted 
under the regulations for the Pass Degree, and in their case 
the Honours Curriculum will be limited to a period of three 
years in all ; but no such candidates shall be allowed to take 
their degree until the expiration of the third year from 
entrance. 

All candidates for Honours shall be required to pass a fourth 
examination, styled the " Final Honours Examination in 
Applied Science." 

3. The course of study in the Honours School shall include 
(a) attendance on such lectures as may be from time to time 
prescribed by Senate, or by such authority as Senate may 
determine, (h) prosecution of such experiments, research, or 
investigation, or the preparation of such designs or plans, as 
mav be approved by Senate or by such authority as Senate 
may determine, ("c) presentation of a report or Thesis dealing 
with the work undertaken under head [h). 

The Report or Thesis must be handed in to the Secretary of 
Examinations not later than the 15th day of May preceding 
the date of the Honours Examination. * 

4. The Final Honours Examination shall consist of 
examinations 



REGULATIONS (V, Xl). II3 

I) On the work referred to in par. 3, viz. :— 
(a) in one or more branches (approved by the Head of 
the department concerned) of the Professional subject 
in the Honours School of Applied Science* offered 
by the candidate. 

(h) in a subject related to the professional subject, and 
prescribed by the Head of the department concerned. 

' (II) In at least one language selected from the following : — 
French, German, Spanish, Italian, as tested by the candidate's 
ability to translate into English unseen passages from technical 
or scientific works in these Languages. 

(.Attendance at a College class in a Language shall not be 
obligatory). 

5. No candidate shall be admitted to the Final Honours 
Examinatioii who (a) has not completed the Curriculum as 
prescribed for the Pass Degree, subject to the possible 
modification of that curriculum as specified in par. 2 above. 
or (6) has failed, at first attempt, to satisfy the Examiners in 
the second or in the final examinations for the Pass Degree, 
or (c) has not completed, to the satisfaction of the Heads of 
the departrnents concerned, his final year's course of study in 
the Honours School. 

6. With the exception of the first examination, the 
examinations, including the Final Honours Examination, must 
be passed in June at the end of consecutive sessions, and 
candidates failing to satisfyv' the Examiners in the Final Honours 
Examination cannot present themselves for another examination 
for Honours ; it being understood that nothing in these 
regulations shall prejudice the attainment of the Pass Degree. 

7. The names of candidates who have obtained Honours 
m the Final Honours Examination m Applied Science shall 
be drawn up in lists, each list being divided into two classes, 
and each class arranged in alphabetical order.. After the name 
of each candidate shall be specified the Professional subject 
in which he has obtained Honours. 

8. A candidate, who has obtained Honours in any 
Professional subject of the Final Honours School, may be 
admitted to examination in any other Professional subject 
of the School, after the expiration of a period of not less than 
one year, and not exceeding three years, from the date of the 
previous Honours Examination, provided he presents evidence 
of further study whicli is satisfactory to the Board of the 
Faculty of Science. 

* For schedule of subjects see p. 372. 



114 REGULATION'S (V, Xl). 

9. Candidates who have qualified for the Pass Degree of 
Bachelor of Science may, with the approval of the Board 
of the Faculty of Science, proceed to the course of study in 
the Honours School ; provided that such course of study be 
pursued during a period of not less than one year and not 
more than two jj^ears. 

10. The Honours Courses in Mining and Metallurgj^ shall 
consist of a special Four Year Course such as may be from 
time to time prescribed by Senate or by such authority as 
Senate may determine. The First Year Course shall be identical 
with that for the Pass Degree, and attendance on the first 
year's course may be dispensed with under the conditions 
iaid down in Par. 2. 

11. The successive examinations must be passed in June, 
at the end of consecutive academical years. 

Failure to satisfy the Examiners in any of these Examinations 
shall disqualify a candidate from obta,ining an Honours Degree. 

He shall however, be entitled to proceed to a Pass Degree; 
candidates failing in the 2nd examination to obtain an Honours 
Standard shall be required to take the 2nd and 3rd years in 
the Pass Degree. 

Candidates failing in the 3rd examination shall take the 
final year's Honours Course, and must attain to a pass standard 
in the examinations at the end of that year, in order to obtain 
the Pass Degree. 

In no case shall a student be allowed to proceed to the work 
in any year, until he shall have passed the examination prescribed 
for the preceding year. 

A candidate who has passed the 2nd and 3rd year's Honours 
examination, and fails to obtain an Honours standard in the 
final examination, may be granted a Pass Degree if, in the 
opinion of the Examiners, he has attained a pass standard. 

Sectto)i XII. (i) Regulations for the Degree of M.Sc. 

\ . Bachelors of Science of not less than two years standing 
as such are eligible for candidature for the degree of Master 
of Science. 

2. Candidates are required to furnish evidence of advanced 
knowledge in some division of Mathematical, Natural, Technical, 
or Mental Science, or in some considerable special branch 
thereof, to the satisfaction of the Examiners appointed by 
the University.* 

* For nrognised branches ot Science 'see pp. 273—275. 



REGULATIONS (V, XIl). II5 

3. Candidates may submit any original work they have done 
for the judgment of the Examiners, and the Examiners may 
accept such work in evidence of advanced knowledge, with or 
without direct examination of the candidate, as they mav 
deem fit. The examination shall be held in June. 

4. A Bachelor of Science who has been placed in the First 
or Second Class in the Final Examination for Honours in Pure 
Science or Applied Science shall be admissible to the degree of 
M.Sc. without further examination or exercise. 

5. Graduates in Science of other approved Universities are 
permitted, under certain conditions, to become candidates 
for the degree of Master of Science -without first taking the 
Bachelor of Science degree of this University. Such candidates 
must have satisfied the Faculty of Science that they are qualified 
to pursue some selected course of advanced study or research, 
and must have pursued such course for two years in this 
University. 

6. Notice of candidature shall be given to the Secretary of 
Armstrong College, and shall be received by him np to April \st 
in each year. Candidates must specify by the same date the 

•subject in which they wish to be examined, and deposit a copv 
of anv original work, published or unpublished, or any other 
evidence thereof, which they may desire to submit to the 
Examiners. 

f nj Reg'iilafio)is for the Degree of D.Sc. 

1. A Master of Science who matriculated before September, 
1901, may elect to proceed to the D.Sc. Degree under the 
regulations which will be found in Calendars before that date. 

2. A Master of Science is allowed to become a candidate for 
the Examination for the Degree of Doctor of Science in the 
seventh year after the year in' which he was admitted to the 
degree of Bachelor of Science, or in any subsequent 5'ear. 

3. The candidate will be required to make his application 
in writing to the Secretary' of Armstrong College, on or 
before January \st, and to state the subject in which he offers 
himself for examination, forwarding at the same time such 
evidence of his contributions to the advancement of Science 
as may support his application. The Examiners shall examine 
the candidate viva voce on such contributions. 

4. The candidate shall be allowed to proceed to the degree 
of Doctor of Science on approval of his qualifications by two 
Examiners specially appointed for this purpose, who shall 
report thereon to the Board of Examiners in the Faculty of 
Science, basing their report upon the candidate's distinction 
in special research or learning. 



Il6 REGULATION'S (V, XIl). 

Scc/ioii A'///. — Of the Stctiidinti tiiiti Exercises reqiiisile 
for proceedi)ii> to Degrees in tlie Faculty of Music. 

I. -Xo one sliall be hekl to be a Sludeiit in Music unless lie lias 
piissetl llie Malrieulalion Kxaniinalion in such subjects as Senate 
shall from time to time determine, or sucli other Examination as 
Senate shall deem equivalent. 

2.- No ijrace for the deg'i'ee of Bachelor of Music shall be 
granteil unless the petitioner has passed two public examinations'. 
Ever}- Student in Music admitted to the First Examination shall 
be required to prove his knowledg^e of Harmon}' and Counter- 
point in not more than four parts. No one shall be admitted to 
the Second Examination who has not passed the First Examination 
and sent in an exercise to the Examiners, on or before a date to 
be announced from year to j'ear, and from them received 
permission to be admitted. The Exercise shall consist of a Vocal 
Composition, either sacred or secular, containing- five-part 
harmonv and good fugal counterjioint, with an accompaniment 
for a strintf band ; but in place of the two middle niovemeuls of 
the exercise candidates shall be allowed to offei' themselves for 
such' a practical examination as senate may prescribe. Every 
one ailmitled to the Second Examination shall be required to 
pro\e his knowledge of: — (i) Harmony; (2) Counterpoint; 
(3) Imitation, Canon and Fugue ; (4) Form ; (5) History of 
Music ; (6) The full scores of such works as shall be previously 
announced. 

3. — No grace for the degree o'i Doctor of .Music shall l)e 
granted unless the petitioner, being of at least fifteen terms' 
staiuiing from the time at which he received the Bachelor's 
Degree, shall have composed an exercise and passed an 
examination in Music. The exercise shall not be presented for 
exaniin.HtioTi until the i-andidate is of thirteen terms' standing 
from the Bachelor's Degree, nor shall the examination be taken 
until the candidate is of fifteen terms' standing from the 
Bachelor's Degree. The exercise shall consist of a Vocal 
Composition, sacred or secular, preceded by an Instrumental 
Overiure, and containing eight-part harmony and good fugal 
counterpoint, with an accompaniment for a full orchestra. ' The 
examination shall consist of: — (i) Harmony'; (21 Counterpoint 
(each of these inchiding examples in eight parts) ; (3) Imitation, 
Cani>n and Fugue ; (4) Form ; (5) Instrumentation ; (6) History 
of Music ; (7) EiementAry Acoustics ; f!S) Knowledge of the 
scores of the slandarti works of the great composers. 

These exami!ialii>ns in Music snail be coiftluCted'aniiu.illy (at a 
ime to be fixed b\' Senate) by two or more Examiners. 



REGULATIONS (V, XIV). II7 

Si'C^io/i XIV. — 0/ the Standing and Exercises requisite 
for proceeding to dejorees in Commerce, 

I. — \o one shall be held to be a student in Commerce unless 
he has passed the Matriculation Examination in such subjects 
as Senate shall tVom time to time determine, «r such other 
examination as Senate shall deem equivalent. 

2. — No grace for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce shall 
be granted unless the petitioner has regularly attended a course 
of study for three academic years, and passed three examina- 
tions, in Economics and in such other subjects as Senate may 
from time to lime determine, provided that a modern Foreign 
Language, to be continued tiiroughout the three gears' course, 
shall always be included. 

Candidates may, however, under special circumstances, and 
subject to the approval of the Board of the Faculty in each case, 
take the various subjects in an order different from that pre- 
scribed, provided onlv thai the}' have completed the prescribed 
attendance on coin'ses of instruction in those subjects in which 
they present themselves for examination. 

Candidates who have passed the IMatriculation Exam- 
ination of the University, or its equivalent, and who have 
obtained the Diploma in Commerce of Armstrong College, 
may count towards the Degree any subject or subjects in 
which they are certified by the Diploma examiners to have 
attained a sufficiently high standard. But such candidates 
will be required to satisfy the examiners in at least four 
approved subjects at the Second Examination and four 
approved subjects at the Third Examination. Such 
candidates mav qualify to proceed to the degree by attendance 
at either day or evening classes. 

3. — The names of successful candidates shall be published 
in alphabetical order ; but distinction may be awarded to 
candidates who have completed the third examination for the 
degree, and who have shown sufficient merit in the second and 
third examinations. 

4. — Candidates who have passed the Final Examination for 
a degree of this or any other Uni\ersity of the United Kingdom, 
or who present evidence of previous study satisfacloi\' to the 
Board of the Faculty of Commerce, may be excused such 
attendance and examination as the Board may determine, 
provided that no candidate shall proceed to the degree until 
he has completed two 3-ears of study as a student in Commerce. 
Such candidates may qualify to proceed to the degree by 
atteiulance at either dav or evening classes. 



Il8 REGULATIONS (V, XIV). 

5. — No j^iato for ihe degree of Master of Commerce sliall 
be granted unless tlie petitioner is a Bachelor of Commerce 
of the standing of three years at least from his admission to 
that degree. 

Candidates shall be required to offer a dissertation on 
some subject approved by the Board of the Faculty, and to 
subrnii to such examination on the subject of their dissertation 
as may be required by Senate. 

Section XV. — Of the Status of Advanced Student and 

of the Standing and Exercises regjiisite for proceeding 

to the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 

1. — The Status of Advanced Student shall be open to the 
following : — 

{a) Holders of research degrees or of post-graduate 
scholarships or fellowships in this University or 
in other Universities approved by Senate. 

(h) Graduates who have obtained a degree in this University 
or in any other University approved by Senate. 

(c) Such other persons as Senate may from time to time 
determine. 

2. — Before entering on the course of Advanced Studv and 
research the candidate shall be required : — 

(a) To have submitted to the head of the department, in 

which he proposes to work, a scheme of the course of 
Advanced Study and Research proposed, together 
with satisfactory evidence of adequate training and 
ability to undertake the proposed course. 

(b) To have matriculated as a Student of the University 

and to pay the prescribed fees. 

3. — Advanced Students shall be allowed to proceed to the 
Degree of Ph.D. in a period of not less than two years from 
the date of their admission. The whole of this period shall 
be spent in research under the supervision of the University, 
provided that, after the first year of their course, candidates 
may be permitted under conditions approved by the University 
to continue their studies in some other approved place of study 
or research. 

4. — The subjects in which Advanced Students may be 
received shall be determined from tijne to time by Senate 
on the recommendation, as the case may be, of the Council 
of the Durham Colleges, or of the Academic Board of the 
College of Medicine, or of the Board of Professors of Armstrong 
College. 



REGULATIONS (V, XV). Iiq 

5. — No grace for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy shall 
be granted unless the petitioner : — 

(a) has been admitted to the Status of Advanced Student ; 

(b) has spent a period of not less than two years in pursuing 

a course of research under the supervision of the 
University, provided that after the first year of the 
course he may be permitted, on conditions approved 
by the University, to continue his course at some 
other approved place of study or research ; 

(c) has submitted a thesis which has been approved by the 

University as worthy of publication and passed an 
oral examination and (if required) a further written 
examination in subjects relevant to the Thesis. 

TITLE VL 

OF THE STANDING AND EXERCISES REQCtSITE FOR OBTAINING 
LICENCES AND DIPLOMAS. 

Section I. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite 

for the Licence of Students in Theology. 

1. — Students in Theology shall be licensed to present them- 
selves to the Bishop for Ordination by grace of the University. 

No one shall be held to be a student in Theology unless 
he has passed the Matriculation Examination in such subjects 
as Senate shall from time to time determine, or such other 
examination as Senate shall deem equivalent. 

2. — No grace shall be granted unless the petitioner has 
kept the requisite number of terms as a student in Theology, 
is of approved moral and religious character, and of competent 
attainments. 

The period of residence required of a student who haS been 
admitted after passing the examination for the degree of B.A. 
or some higher degree, at this or at another University, where 
the examination is of a character similar to that required 
at this University, shall be three terms ; and that required 
of any other student nine terms. Terms kept at one of the 
Theological Colleges specified in Title V, Section I, clause 2, 
may be counted in lieu of residence in Durham, provided that 
the candidate has passed all the examinations required by his 
College. 

In proof of his attainments, he shall produce certificates of 
having passed two public examinations in Theology, except as 
provided in the following paragraphs. Either of these examin- 
ations may be taken after the completion of not less than three 
terms of residence and the other m the ninth tenn of residence. 
Terms may be kept by residence at one of the Theological 
Colleges specified in Title V, Section I, clause 2. 



I20 KIC.l I.A riONS (\1, l). 

Each of these examinations shall be conducted by two or 
more examiners, and shall be directed to such subjects as have 
been lixed by Senate eleven months at least before its com- 
mencement. 

In each of the aforesaiel examinations there shall be one 
subject to be chosen at the option of the student from a list 
of subjects approved by Senate. It shall be permissible for 
any student to offer the optional subjects in either examin- 
ation or at an examination other than that at which the 
compulsory subjects are offered. 

Any student who has been admitted after passing the exam- 
ination for the degree of B.A. in litteris antiquis shall be 
admissible to that one of the two examinations which Senate 
shall prescribe in or after the third term of his residence ; 
any student who has been admitted after passing the exam- 
ination for the degree of B.A. or some higher degree at another 
University, wliere the examination is of a character similar to 
that required at this University, shall be admissible to the 
examination in or after the third term of his residence. All 
students admitted as above shall be excused the other e:j:am- 
ination. No other student shall be admissible to the Licence 
in Theology unless he has passed both examinations in Theology. 

Upon the recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of 
Theology Senate has declared that the E.Kaminations 
conducted bv the Central Advisory Council for Training for 
the Ministry may be regarded as equivalent to either or both 
of the Examinations for the Licence in Theology so far as the 
Theological subjects are concerned. 

3. — No such grace shall be granted unless the petitioner 
has previously declared in writing that he is a bona fide member 
of the Church of England as by law established. 

Sec/ ion II. — Of the SUmding and Exercises requisite 
for the Diploma in Theology. 

I. —Candidates tor the Diploma in Theolog"y' must, before 
beg'inniiij^ their course for the Diploma, be Graduates of 
some Universil}' in the British Empire. Save that if aft 
undertfraduaie oi the University of Durham sliall have 
completed the residence required for admission to ihe Final 
Examination ftir the detfree of B.A. at a time when no such 
examination is appointed to be held, and shall, with the 
consent of the Council of the Duriiam Colleges, keep the 
ensuing term as a student for the Diploma, sucli term shall 
count as thoug-h it had been kept after the examination for 
the deg'ree of H.A. had been passed. 



RKGULATIOXS (VI, II). 121 

2. — No gi-ace for Uie Diploinn in Theoloi^}' shall be g-taiited 
unless the peiitioner has completed a course of stud}' extending 
over at least three terms, including' attendance upon prescribed 
courses of lectures in the University, and has passetl the 
prescribed examination, save that if he be a g-raduate oi two 
years' standing or have satisfied the Board of the Faculty of 
Theology that he is competent to pursue a course of study in 
Theology, residence for one academical vear in an Australian 
College, the course cf st'.idy and instruction in which have been 
previously approved by the said Board, shall be accepted in 
lieu of attendance upon courses of lectures in the University. 
Unless special permission be g^ranted bv the Council of the 
Dui-ham Colleg-es such terms shall be kept consecuiivel\'. 
Tliv>y shall always include a Michaelmas, an Epiphanjr and an 
Easter term. 

.1- — The subjects oi' the examination shall be : — 

(\) A general knowledge of the Holy Scriptures. 

(ii) l^oriions of the New Testament in the original Greek. 

(iii) Portions of the Old Testament in English. 

(iv) Outlines of Systematic Theology, with special 
reference to the Creeds. 

(v) Church Histor}-. 

Candidates may also (at their option) be examined in such 
other subjects as Senate ma}' from time to lime determine. 

Students for the Diploma shall also be required to attend such 
courses of lectures in Pastoral Theology and Elocution as may 
be prescribed by the Council of the Durham Colleges. 

4. — The examination shall be directed to such portions of the 
above subjects as Senate may prescribe at least eleven monthij 
beforehand. 

5. —The examination shall be conducted by at least two 
examiners appointed annually by Senate. It shall be held in 
the Easter and Michaelmas terms. 

6. — No candidate shall be deemed to have passed the 
examination- who has not attained a satisfactory standard in 
all the above subjects numbered i — v at one and the same 
e.xainination. 

7. — The examiners shitll publish the names of the successful 
candidates arranged in two divisions in alphabetical order in 
each. No candidate shall be placed in Division I unless he shall 
have obtained good marks in at least three of the subjects 
numbered i — v above and shall in addition have satisfied the 
examiners in at least one of the optional subjects. 



122 KEr.UI.Al IONS (Vl, III). 

Section HI. — Of the Slondino and Exercises requisite for 

the Diploma in t/ie Tlieorv ami Practice of 

Teach ing . 

I. — Candidates foi" the Diploma in the Tliooiy and Practice 
of Teaching" must, before beg'inning' llicir course for the 
Diploma, be gr.iduaies of some^ University in the United 
Kiiiiitiom, or must have <.)btainod one of the c|ualifications 
recognized by the Board oi Education in " The Retfulatioiis for 
the Training- of Teachers in Secondary Schools." 

2. — Xo grace for the Diploma in the Tiieory and Practice of 
Teaching shall be granted unless the petitioner has completed 
a couise of study extending over at least three terms, including' 
attendance upon prescribed courses of lectures in the 
University, anil has further passed a written exaininalii>'i in 
the Theory of Teaching, ami a practiial test based on praitical 
work ill recognized schools. 

3. — The subjects of the written examination shall include the 
principles and history of Education and the study of children 
during the school period and of school teaching and 
management. It shall be directed to such special subjects as 
shall have been tixetl by Senate eleven months at least before- 
hand. An essay prepared by the candidate during the final 
term on some special subject of school work shall form part 
of the examination. 

4. — The practical work of the candidate shall include 
attendance at approved schools under proper supervision 
during- not less than 60 school days, and two-thirds i:>i this 
time shall be in an appro\ed Secondary School. Such work 
shall be tested by reports from the teacher of the school and 
from the Professor or Lecturer in Education as well as by 
records furnished by the candidate, who shall further gi\e one 
or more lessons before the examiners. 

Unless specially exempted, a candidate must make a special 
study of the teaching of one definite branch of the curriculum 
of a Secondary School, success in which will be recorded 
upon the diploma. 

5. — The examination shall be conducted by at least two 
examiners, who shall be appointed by Senate. 

6. — The examiners shall publish the names of the successful 
candidates in Theory and in Practice in alphabetical order, 
and shall indicate, by distinguishing marks placed against 
their names, the candidates (if any) who excel in the written 
or practical parts of the examination, or both. Candidates 
must present themselves for both parts of the examination, but 
candidates who pass in Theorj' may be allowed subsequently 
to present themselves for the practical examination without 
undergoing a further examination in Theory. 



II 



REGULATIONS (VI, IV), 1 23 

Section IV. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite for 
the Diploma in Foreign Languages. 

I. -Candidates for the Diploma in Foreign Languages must 
be graduates of liie Universit\^ in Arts, Letters, or Commerce. 
They must have satisfied t!ie examineis for B.A., B.Litt., or 
R.Com. in the written part of the examination for such degree in 
the language which the\- offer. Should a candidate not have 
satisfied in such language in the examination for his degree, 
he shall for the purpose of the diploma be admitted on a 
subsequent occasion to the written part of the examination in 
that language for the degree of B.A. or B.Com. 

•2. — N'o grace for the Diploma in Foreign Languages shall 
be granted imless the petitioner has passed an examination 
in reading, conversation, dictation and oral and written 
reproduction of a passage read by one of the examiners in the 
language which he offers, in such a way as to show that 
he possesses ready comprehension, fluent expression, and 
correct pronuncial ion. 

3. — The examination shall be conducted by at least two 
examiners appointed by Senate, of whom one shall be 
external ; and it shall he held at such times as Senate may 
determine. 



Section V. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite for 
the Diploma in Public Health. 

I.— Candidates for the Diploma in Public Health must be 
Registered Medical Practitioners, of not less than 12 years of 
age, who are oi the standing oi nine months, at least, from 
their first registrable qualification in Medicine, Surgerj', and 
Midwiterv. 

2. — Xo grace for the Diploma in Public Health shall be 
granted unless, subsequently to the attainment of the aforesaid 
qualification, the petitioner (a) has received practical instruction 
for not less than four months in a Laboratory or Laboratories, 
approved by Senate, in which Chemistry, Bacteriology and the 
Pathology of the diseases of animals transmissible to man are 
taught ; {b) has during six months been diligently engaged in 
acquiring a practical knowledge of the duties, routine and special, 
ot Puiilic Health administration; (r) has during three months 
attended at least twice weekly the practice of a Hospital for 
infectious diseases, at which he has received instruction in the 
methods of administration ; {d) has passed the examinations 
prescribed by Senate. 



1^4 REGULA I ION'S (VI, Vl). 

Serf ion V/. — Of the Slandiug and Exercises requisite 

for the Diploma in Psychiatry. 

I. Every canditlate for llie Diploma in Ps\ clii.itry inusl 1h> a 
legally qualified Medical Praolitioner. 

" 2. — No grace for the Diploma iii Psyi'liiati y shall iu' siraiiled 
unioss the petitioner has attended sueli courses o'i instruction 
anil passed such examination as Senate may from lime to time 
determine. The examination shall be directed to the subjects of 
Anatomy, Pliysiolog-y, Pathology and Bacteriology, Psyoholog-y 
and Experimental Psychology, N'eurologv and Psychiatry 
(systematic and clinical). 

Section VII. — Of the Standing and Exercises requisite 

for the Licence in Dental Surgery. 

I. — Ever}' candidate for the Licence in Dental Surgery 
must have been registered by the General Meilical Council as a 
Dental .Student, and must subsequently have attended such 
courses of instruction at recognized University Colleges, Medical 
or Dental Schools as Senate may from time to time prescribe. 

2.— No grace for the Licence in Dental Surgery shall be 
granted unless the petitioner has passed four examinations,, for 
each of which he must present certificates of having attended 
the requisite courses of instruction. Before admission to the 
Final Examination, he must further furnish evidence of having 
undergone a three-years' pupilage in Mechanii-al Denliscry with a 
registered I^entist, and of having been engaged in professional 
study for at least four years subsequent to registration as a 
Dental Student. He must' also sign a declaration binding 
himself not to advertise for professional purposes. The 
examinations shall be held at such times as may be prescribed 
by Senate. 

TITLE VIL 

OF THE MANNER OF CONDUCTING PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. 

Section I. — Of Ordinary Examinations. 

1. — The Council of the Durham Colleges, the College of 
Medicine, and Armstrong College, shall be responsible for the 
conduct of University examinations held at Durham and in 
those Colleges respectively. 

2. — There shall be three Secretaries of Examinations, one for 
the Durham Colleges, one for the College of Medicine, and one 
for Armstrong College. They shall be nominated by the 
respective Colleges and shall be appointed and paid by Senate, 
They shall hold office for a period of five years and shall be 
eligible for re-election. 



RliGUI-ATIONS (VII, 1). 125 

The name in full of every student offering himself for any 
public examination and of his College (if any) must be signified 
by himself or some responsible person to the Secretary of 
Examinations for the iburham Colleges, or the College of 
Medicine, or Armstrong College, as the case may be, at such 
time before the commencement of the examination as the 
College in question shall determine.* An account, in writing, 
of the books or subjects selected by him, when any option is 
allowed, together with all necessary certificates, shall be 
delivered to the Secretary of Examinations at the same time. 

Every student, on his name being received by the Secretary 
of Examinations, shall pay for any public examination the fee 
fixed for that examination by Senate, and the Secretary shall 
transmit the fees so received to the University Treasurer. 

The Secretary of Examinations shall have printed an 
alphabetical list of those whom he admits to any public 
examination, and shall (^use copies of it to be delivered to 
each of the examiners, ami to be affixed on some public place 
or places appointed by Senate, seven days, or for examinations 
in the Faculty of .\rts fourteen days, before the commencement 
of the examination. 

Every student sending in his name after the time appointed 
shall pay such additional fee as Senate may determine. 

No student may offer himself for examination after the list 
has been printed, unless he pay such additional fee as Senate 
may determine, f 

Any student may withdraw his name from the list of those 
to be examined, provided he give notice to the Secretary of 
Examinations nine days before the beginning of the 
examination. In such a case the candidate may enter either 
at the next examination, or at the next examination but one 
(but not afterwards) without further payment. + Otherwise the 
fee which has been paid is forfeited, except in the case of 
examinations where special regulations e.xist. 

3. — Any official entrusted with the duty of superintendence 
in a University examination may immediately suspend or 
dismiss from examination a candidate guilty of flagrant breach 
of the rules, but such action shall be immediately reported to 
one of the Proctors. 

* For examinations in the Faculty of Arts at least six weeks before the 
beginning: of the examinations. 

t For examinations in the Faculty of .^rts no late entries will he accepted. 

X In the Faculties of Arts and Theology, the names of candidates who 
have withdrawn will be placed on the list for the next examination, .and if 
such a candidate wishes to defer entering- until the next examination but one 
he must give notice of withdrawal as pro%'ided above. 



I20 RKGUI.ATION'S (VII. I ). 

4. — All questions arisius; anions the examiners as to the 
franiint; of questions, the rejection of candidates, or any other 
matter, shall be determined by a majority of votes, the 
examiner in the chair having a casting vote. 

5. — Any student who, at any final honour examination, 
presents to the examiners a sufficient assurance of his being 
in ill-health shall, if the examiners so recommend, be deemed 
to have passed the examination, and his name shall be placed 
in a separate list, distinguished by the word " Aegrotant," 
or some similar title. The names wliich are placed in it shall 
be arranged alphabetically. No candidate whose name is 
placed in this list shall be deemed to have obtained Honours. 

6. — The names of those who obtain certificates at any public 
examination shall be entered in a register, and the entry shall 
be attested by the signatures of the examiners. The examiners 
shall also draw up, for publication, lists of the successful 
candidates. '> 

Section II. — Of Ext mo nil nary Exdniindtions. 

I. — If a student has been kept away from any public 
examination by severe illness or other urgent cause, and shall 
satisfv Senate that it would be a great hardship for him to 
wait for the next ordinary examination, he may apply to 
Senate to grant him an extraordinary examination. 

1. — The number of examiners shall be the same for this 
as for an ordinary examination. The examination itself shall 
not be less rigorous, but no honours shall be awarded. 

3. — Not more than one extraordinary examination for the 
same class of students shall be granted within one academical 
year. 

a. — Every student who is admitted to an extraordinary 
examination shall pay, on his name being received by the 
Secretary of Examinations, such fee as Senate shall from time 
to time determine. 

5. — Those who pass any extraordinary examination shall be 
registered in the same book with those who pass the ordinary 
examination, but in such a manner as to be distinguished from 
them. 

TITLE VIII. 

OF AFFILT.ATION. 

Section I. — Of the terms cDid conditions upon 710/1 ich 

Colleges and like institutions nuiv be affiliitled 

to the University. 

I. No application of any College or like institution for 
affiliation to the University shall be entertained until evidence 
has been aUorded (as required by Statute 107) that its members 



REGULATIONS (VIII, l). \ ZJ 

are incorporated b}^ Royal Charter, or that provision has been 
otherwise made (to the satisfaction of the Senate of the 
University of Durham) for its establishment on a permanent 
and etticient footing and for its government. 

No application shall be entertained unless it sets forth 
the facilities which the teaching staff of the College or like 
institution affords for the adequate training of students in 
subjects set for examination by the University ; nor unless 
it shows to the satisfaction of Senate that such College or like 
institution is equipped with such buildings, laboratories, 
machinery or other appliances as may be necessary for the 
proper instruction of students in the subject of the Faculty 
or Department in respect of which the application for 
attiliation is made. 

No application shall be entertained unless it states the 
Faculty or Department in respect of which the application 
for affiliation is made. 

2. The students of any College or like institution afhliated 
to the University in the way and under the authority 
prescribed by Statute 108 shall have their names placed on the 
register of the University as matriculated students thereof, 
prov'ided that they shall have passed such matriculation 
examination as may be prescribed by the Senate. 

Students so matriculated shall be admissible to the exercises 
and public examinations required for proceeding to degrees, 
licences and academical rank in the Faculty or Department in 
which they have matriculated, provided they shall have 
fulfilled to the satisfaction of Senate such conditions inter alia 
as to residence, attendance at lectures and conformity to 
discipline as are required of other students of the University 
so admissible. 

Students who have fulfilled the prescribed conditions shall 
be proposed to Convocation for the degrees, licences, or 
academical rank for which a Proctor certifies that they have 
qualified. 

3. The affiliation of any College or institution may be 
terminated at any time either by the University or bv the 
authorities of the affiliated college or like institution by six 
months' notice on either side. 

Sec I ion II. — Of the Affiliation of Codrington College^ 

Barbados, and Foiirah Bay College, Sierra Leone, 

to the University. 

I. Students of Codrington Colieg-e, Barbado.s, and Foiuah 
Bay Coitegfe, Sierra Leone, ma\' have their names placed on the 
register of the University as matriculated students of the same, 



1 28 KHtULATICiNS (\1II, II). 

pio\iclt>J lli.il llu' PiiiK-ipal of tlu'ir t'lilU's^e, or oilier person 
autliorizod lo act in his bi'lialt, sliall have cerlitied that lliey 
have passed an exjiniinalion similar lo that i-0(.|uireii tor the 
ailniission of students in the several faoiillies in the University 
of Durham ; and the aforesaid Cullejjes shall be aeeounted 
affiliated Collejifes ot tlie University of Durham. 

J. — Students of the affiliated Colleges, ha\ini;- been so mairieu- 
lated, shall be admissible to the exercises and public examinations 
required for proceeding- to degrees, licences, and acrulemical 
rank in the several faculties, provided that thej' shall have 
forwarded certificates of having fulfilled the same conditions as 
to residence, attendance at Lectures, and conformity to discipline 
in their own College, as are lequired from other slud»'nts of 
the Universit}' so admissible, terms of residence being coimted 
frcmi the time of passing the Atlmission ICxamination of iheir 
own College. 

3. — The Principals of the said Colleges shall forward lo the 
Secretary of E.xaniinalions lists of students of Iheir respe(.:tive 
Colleges who are candidates for an\' examinations, together with 
the certificates required, in time for them lo be received at 
Durham six weeks at least before the connnencemenl of the 
examinations at Durham. The examination papers shall be sent 
to the Principals of the Colleges, in sealed packets, bj- the 
last mails, or last mails but one, that leave England previously 
to the commencement of the examination at I")urham. The 
papers so sent shall be set to the candtiiates as nearly as possible 
on the days of the examination at Durham, and the answers lo 
them returned, unread, as soon as possible after the conclusion 
of the examination lo the Secretary of ["Examinations (who shall 
transmit them to the examiners), together with a certificate 
signed by the Principal of each College, or the person acting in 
his behalf, that the examination has been duly conducted, and 
the above-named conditions complied with. 

4. — The examiners, after examining the papers, shall issue and 
publish in the usual manner supplemental lists of those who have 
passed the examination, and of those who have been adjudged 
worthy of Honours ; which lists shall be sent by the Registrar 
without dela\^ to the respective Principals of the Colleges ; and 
one combined list of all who have passed the examination in 
England, Barbados, and Sierra Leone, shall be inserted in the 
next issue of the University Calendar. 

5. — Ail prescribed conditions having been fulfilled, graces for 
degrees, licences, or academical rank, shall be prayed in Con- 
vocation, in the usual manner, on behalf of students of the 
affiliated Colleges ; and certificates of such graces, having been 
granted, shall be forwarded by the Registrar to the respective 
Principals of the Colleges ; after the receipt of which the degrees, 
licences, cr academical rank, for which graces have been granteil 



REGULATIONS (VIII, II). I2(> 

may be oonterred by their Lordsliips the Bishops of the diotcses 
in which the affiliated Colleges ane respectively situated, as 
Visitors of the same, or b}" a Deputy \'isitor, acting' under 
commission from the Chancellor. 

6. — The above arrangements may be terminated at any time 
either by the University or by the authorities of each affiliated 
College on notice of six months at least being given beforehand. 

Anyone who previous!}- to Michaelmas Term, 1875, has com- 
pleted his course of study and examinations at Codrington 
College, Barbados, and has produced to Senate satisfactory 
testimonials of character, shall be admissible to the Final Exam- 
iriation for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, and, having passed 
that examination, (o the degree of Bachelor of Arts. 

TITLE IX. 

OF ADMISSION FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES. 

No person shall be allowed to count terms which have been 
kept in another University, unless his application be brought 
before Senate by the Council of the Durham Colleges, or of 
the College of INIedicine, or of Armstrong College, and approved 
bv Senate ; except so far as is otherwise provided in Title 
V 'Section IX, § 2, and Title V, Section X § 5 {d), {e). 

TITLE X. 

OF MEMBERSHIP OF CO>fVOC.\TION. ,,..,, 

All graduates of the University, qualified under Statute 35 
fc)r membership ot Convocation, shall be deemed to ha\e 
fulfilled the necesscir_v conditions if the}- liave continued without 
interruption to be members of the University from the dale of 
their admission to the degree b}^ which they claim their seat, 
and either have paid a fee of two pounds, or aie members of 
the staff. 

Female graduates of the Universitj- shall be admitted to 
membership of Convocation on the same terms and conditions as 
men. 

TITLE XI. 

OF DEGREES CONFERRED WITHOUT E.KAMIN ATION. 

Any person admitted to an Honorary degree under the 
provisions of Statute 92, though having no claim to membership 
of Convocation, shall enjoy the rank and wear the dress of his 
degree, and shall have admission to the Library and Museums, 
under such restrictions as may be imposed from time to time. 
Honorarv Degrees shall not be conferred in absentia, save in 
the case of degrees conferred /wre dignitatis • but the names 
of persons resident abroad, for whom Honorar}' degrees have 



130 KEGL'I.A riONS (xi). 

been voted by Senate, may be proposed to ("on vocation for 
graces to enable such degrees to be conferred on them at 
Codrington or Fourah Bay, in the same manner as ordinary 
degrees. 

Members of the teaching staff admitted to degrees without 
examination under the provisions of Statute 93 shall enjoy 
the full rights and privileges belonging to the degrees conferred 
upon them ; but any right such a person may have to 
membership of Convocation in virtue of such a degree shall 
cease when he ceases to be a member of the teaching staff. 

No person admitted to a degree without examination, by vote 
of Convocation, shall proceed from a degree thus conferred to 
any other degree. 

TITLE XII. 

OF THE CHANCELLOR. 

When a vacancy shall occur in the office of Chancellor, the 
Vice-Chancellor shall, within a month of the occurrence (the 
months of July, August, and September excepted), summon 
a special meeting of Senate, in order that Senate may nominate 
a fit and proper person for the post of Chancellor. 

No nomination shall be submitted to Senate to vote upon 
unless the nomination be made by a member of one division of 
the University and seconded by a member of the other 
division of the University. 

If more than two persons be nominated, there shall first be 
taken a preliminary vote ; and no name shall be submitted to 
Convocation which has not received an absolute majority of 
the votes of those present and voting. 

A meeting of Convocation shall be summoned by the Vice- 
Chancellor within a month (the months of July, August, and 
September excepted) of the special meeting of Senate, and a 
motion shall be submitted to Convocation by the Vice- 
Chancellor that the person nominated by Senate be appointed 
Chancellor by Convocation. 

If the person nominated by Senate be not appointed by 
Convocation, the Vice-Chancellor shall forthwith summon a 
special meeting of Senate for the purpose of nominating (in 
the way above set forth) a fit and proper person. 

When a person nominated by Senate has been appointed by 
Convocation, the Senate shall make such arrangements and 
prescribe such ceremony for admitting to the office of Chancellor 
the person thus nominated and appointed as shall befit the 
dignity and solemnity of the occasion. 



I 



REGULATIONS (XIIl). 13! 

TITLE XIII. 

OF THE PROCTORS. 

1. — The Proctors shall be appointed at the final Convocation 
in Easter Term, and shall come into office at the first Convocation 
in Michaelmas Term. 

One Proctor shall be nominated from the Durham Division, 
and one from the Newcastle Division of the University. 

2. — On coming into office each Proctor shall nominate two 
Pro-Proctors, one of whom shall take his place in case of his 
absence ; but a Pro-Proctor nominated by either may act for 
the other. Each Proctor and Pro-Proctor shall make the 
declaration provided in the Standing Orders. 

3. — In addition to their statutory duties, the Proctors shall 
see that nominations of the necessary examiners for University 
examinations are submitted to Senate, and shall certify to the 
University Treasurer the amount due to each Examiner. The^' 
shall also decide, on an emergency, anj^ question connected 
with a University Examination which may be referred to 
them. The Durham Proctor may act alone in respect of an 
examination held at Durham, and the Newcastle Proctor in 
respect of an examination held at Newcastle ; but it shall 
be competent for either to assist, or act in the place of, the 
other, when requested to do so by his colleague. 

4. — The Proctors shall examine the claims of candidates for 
degrees, and shall report to Convocation, on behalf of Senate, 
whether they have fulfilled the necessary requirements. 

The names of those candidates who are students of the Durham 
Division shall be proposed to Convocation by the Durham 
Proctor, and of those who are students of the Newcastle 
Division bv the Newcastle Proctor. 



COXSTITUTION OF 
THE COMMITTEE OF FINANCE. 

(1) There shall be a Committee of Finance, the members of 
which shall be charged with the following duties : — 

(a) to make themselves familiar with the finances of the 
University, in relation with the Colleges and otherwise, 
and to see that the financial provisions of the Statutes 
are duly observed ; 

(6) to draw up for the authorisation of Senate a scale of 
the standing or periodical payments to examiners and 
other officers, and to revise this list at least once a year ; 

(c) to authorise expenditure not of a periodical charaeter 
and not exceeding ;/;20 ; 

(d) to authorise any ordinary and necessary expenditure 
in connection with meetings of Convocation, Senate, 
and Boards of Faculties ; 

(e) to examine and accept estimates or otherwise order the 
printing of the Calendar, Examination Papers, and other 
publications ; 

(/) to examine and report upon any proposal -involving 
expense which is referred to the Committee by Senate ; 

(/?) to advise Senate generally on matters of Finance ; 

(h) in conjunction with the Treasurer to control the 
banking account of the University, the signatures of the 
Treasurer and of two other members of the Committee 
being requisite on each cheque ; 

{{) to meet at least once before each ordinary meeting of 
Senate and to cause the minutes of its meetings, with 
any recommendation made, to be printed and circulated 
with the Minutes of Senate. 

(2) The Committee shall consist of such members as Senate 
may appoint but shall include, besides the Vice-Chan cellor and 
Treasurer, not less than six other members. Three members 
shall constitute a quorum. 

(3) The Treasurer shall be Secretar3\ and shall keep the 
Minutes. 

(4) All proposals involving expense shall be referred to the 
Committee for report before Senate takes any action upon 
them, except when Senate expressly votes such a course to be 
unnecessary. 

(5) In the long vacation, if financial business arises which in 
the Treasurer's opinion is urgent, the Committee may take 
action upon it in advance of any report to Senate, provided the 
Treasurer and at least three other members of the Committee 
consent thereto, and such consent may be signified in writing. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 

Visitor. 
The Bishop of Durham. 

Chancellor. 

The Right Honourable John George T.ambton, Earl of 

Durham, K.G., P.C, D.C.L. 

]'ice-Chancellor. 
David DRrmiOND, C.B.E , M.A., M.D., D.C.L. 

Pro- Vice-Chancellors . 

John Stai^ylton Grey Pemberton. M.A., D.C.L. 

Sir Iheodore Morison, M.A., D.C.L. 

Frank Byron Jevons, M. A., D.T.itt. 

Senate. 
The Chancellor. 

Appointed by the Crown — 

The Right Honourable the Viscount Boyne. 

Sir Hugh Bell, Bart., D.C.L. 

Ethel Mary Nucella Williams, ]\LD. 

George Grey Butler, ]\LA. 

John Stapylton Grey Pemberton, M.A., D.C.L. 

Frank Walter Goldstone. 

Members of the Chapter — 
The Dean of Dtrham. 

Venerable Henry William Watkins, D.D. 
Rev. Dawson Walker, D.D. 
Rev. Alfred Hamilton Cruickshank, M.A. 
Right Rev. John Nathaniel Quirk, D.D. 
Rev. Arthur Blackwell Goulburn Lillingston, 
M.A. 

Elected bv the Teaching Staff of the Durham Colleges — 
Arthur Robinson, M.A., D.C.L.* 
Percy John Heavvood, M.A.* 
Frank Byron Jevons, M.A., D.LiTT.+ 
Rev. Edward George Pace, M.A.. B.D.J 
Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M.A.§ 
Rev. John Hall How, M..A.§ 

Elected by the Council of the College of Medicine — 
D.-wiD Drummond, M.D., D.C.L.§ 
John Ernest Gibson, M.A.§ 

Elected by the Academic Board of the College of Medicine — 
Robert Howden, M.A., M.B., D.Sc.i; 
Sir Thom.as 'Iliver. M. \.. M.D.§ 

I'i.il'i Juiif, 192,'?. S Until June 1921. * Until June, 1922. 

9 ^?<?> 



134 OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 

Elected by the Council of Armstrong College — 

Cecil Algernon Cochrane, M.A.. D.C.L.f 
. Hon. Sir Charles Algernon Parsons, D.Sc-t 
Sir rHEODORE :\IoRisoN, M.A., D.C.L.§ 
Percy Corder.§ 

Elected by the Professors of Armstrong College — 

MiCHAKL Cresse Potter, M.A., Sc.D.f 

John Joseph Welch, D.Sct 

Mark Robinson Wright. M.A § 

(Member to be appointed in place of T. I.oveday. M A.) 

Elected by Convocation — 

Henry Edwin Ferens. M.A.f 

William Robert Henry Gray, M.A.f 

Rev. Henry Gee, D.D.§ 

Rev. Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale, M.A., B.D.§ 

Robert .\lfred Bolam, M.D.f 

Henry Brunton Angus, M.B., M.S.§ 

Rev. William Walter .'\damson, M.LiTT.f 

David Woolacott, D.Sc.§ 

Standing Committees of Senate. 

(a) Finance Committee — The Vice-Chancellor and Treasurer 
ex-ofjficio, Mr. EUershaw, Mr. Heawood, Dr. Jevons, Mr. 
Moulsdale, Dr. Robinson, Dr. Bolam, Mr. Gibson, 
Mr. Wright, Dr. Howden, Sir T. Morison. 

(h) Committee for the drafting of Regulations and Standing 
Orders — The Vice-Chancellor and Registrar ex-officio, Mr. 
Heawood, Dr. Jevons, Mr. Moulsdale, Dr. Robinson, Dr. Potter, 
Dr. Bolam, Dr. Howden, Mr. ^^ right. 

ic) Committee for the control of the University Calendar 
and other University publications — The Vice-Chancellor and 
Registrar ex-officio. Mr. EUershaw, Mr. Heawood, Mr. 
Moulsdale, Dr. Howden, Dr. Potter, Dr. Welch. 

(d) Committee to nominate University Representatives on 
Boards of Governors of Secondary Schools — The Vice-Chancellor 
ex-officio. Mr. Wright, Dr. Howden, Principal of Armstrong 
College, Mr. Heawood. 

(e) Ph.D. Committee. — The \'ice-Chancel!or ex-officio ; Dr. 
Walker. Canon ( ruickshank. Dr. 'Jevons (Convener), Sir 
T. Oliver, Dr. Howden, 1 'r. Menzies, Principal of Arm 
strong ( ollege, Dr. Welch, Mr. Vickers. 

t I ntil June, '9^.5. S L ntil June, 1921. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. I 35 

Appointments Board — 
The Secretary of the Durham Colleges Council. 
The Registrar of the College of Medicine. 
The Registrar of Armstrong College. 
The two Proctors. 
The Registrar of the University (Secretary). 

, Proc/ors. 

Ja.mes Acworth Me.vzies, M.A., M.D. 
Percv Johx Heawood, M.A. 

Registrar. 

Harold George Theodosrs, M.A., B. es L. 

Treasurer. 

Frederick William Ritson, M..\. 

Secretary to the Secondary Schools Committee. 

Kenneth Hotham Vickers, M.A. 

Solicitor. 

Francis Edward Joblin. 

Auditor. 

Herbert Salisbury Souaxce, M..A., F.C.A. 

Secondary Schools Committee. 

The Vice-Chancellor. 
Chairman appointed by Senate : — 

Percy Joh.n Heawood, Vi.k. 
Appointed by Senate : — 

Arthur Robinsc^n, M.A., D.C.L. 

Kenneth Hotham Vickers. M.A. [Secretary). 

Sir Theodore Morison, M.A., D.C.L. 

Nominated by the Board of the Faculty of Arts : — 

Rev. Alfred Hamilton Cruickshank, M.A.* 
Henry Ellershaw, M.A.§ 
Alexander Hamilton Thompsc^n, M.A.* 
Mark Robinsc")n Wright, M..A.vj 

Nominated by the Board of the Faculty of Science : — 

Peter Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc.§ 
Percy John Heawood, M..\.* 
Michael Cresse Potter, .M..\.§ 
Charles Minshall Jessop, M.A.* 



* Until October, 1923. § Until October, 1921. 



I3f> OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 

Nominated by the Boanls of the Faculties of : — 

Theology — Rrv. Dawson Walki r, M.\., D.D. 
Medicine — Robtrt Howden, M.A.. M.B., D.Sc 
Music — William Ellis. B.Mus. 
Commerce — Harry Mainwaring Hailswokth, M.A , 

M.Com. 

Nominated by the Northern T:)ivision of the Headmasters* 
Association : — 

Robert Bousfield (King James' School, Bishop 

Auckland). 
J. B. Gaunt (Rutherford College, Newcastle). 
T. A. Lawrenson (Wcstoe Secondary School). 
J. Talbot (Royal Grammar School, Newcastle). 

Nominated by the .Association of Headmistresses in the 
Northern Counties : — 

Miss Boon (Bede Collegiate Girls' School. Sunderland). 
Dr. Fisher (Girls' County School. Bishop Auckland). 
Miss Gurney, (Newcastle High School). 
Miss Tooke (Rutherford College Girls' School, Newcastle). 

Representatives of .\ssistant Masters' .Association : — 

Rev. F. I-. Ward (5, Catherine Street, Hartlepool). 
T. W. MoLHS (40, Northumberland Avenue, Gosforth, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne) . 

Representatives of Assistant Mistresses' Association : — 

Miss J. Dow (Rutherford College Girls' School, Maple 

Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne). 
Miss M. Weddell (Bede Collegiate Girls' School, 

Sunderland). 

Representatives of Chief Education Officers of County and 
Countv Boroug'h Councils in (lie Northern Area : — 

A. J. Dawson iSiiire Hall, Durham). 

T. Wali.lnc; (Education Ofifices, Newcastle-on-T\ne). 

H. Reed (Education Offices, Suntierlatid). 

CiiARMCS Williams (The Moot Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne). 

Military Education Committee. 

Vice-Chancellor. 
Officer Commanding O.T.Cr. 
Adjutant O.T.C. 
Univer.sity Treasurer. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. T37 

Appointed by Senate : — 

Cecil Algernon Cochrvne. ai.a., D.C.L. 

Sir Theodore Morison, M.A., D.C.L. 

John Stapyltox Grey Pemberton, M.A., D.C.I.. 

Arthur Robinson. M.A.. D.C.L. 

Nominated by Officer Commanding contingent : — 

Rev. Henry Ei lershaw, M.A. 
Stu.^rt McDon\ld. M.A., IM.D. 
Capt. T.\tham Whitehead, A.R.C.Sc. 

Examining- Board for Students in Education in subjects 
other than those required for deg:rees. 

The Professor of Mathematics at Durham. 

Dr. F. B. Jevons. 

The Professor of English Language and Literature 

AT Durham. 
The Professor of English Language and I rn:RATURK 

in Armstrong College. 
The Professor of Modern Languages in .\rmstronq 

College. 
The Professor of Education in .Armstrong College. 

University Representatives on various Boards. 

Alnwick, Duke's School .Xli.a.n Mavvke<, M..A. 

Armstrong Collegre Council OAxin Oriim.mono, M..-\..' M !)., O.C.L. 

Barnard Castle School Fk.ank Bvkon Jevo.ns, O.Liit. 

Kkv. Stuphen Richaki> Pi..j it 
.Mon.snAr.K, MA.. B.D.* 
Berwick-on-T\vei.'J Education 

Committee Gkokgk Grkv Brri.ER, M..A. 

Birmingham University Frank Bvron Jkvons. D.LlT'l. 

Bishop -Auckland Grammar School ...Akthck RomNso\. D.C.L. 
Girls County 

School Rachel Ei kanor Di'fk l)oNAi-nsi>N. M.A. 

Blaydon Secondary School Kk.snkth Hotham Vickers. ^I .\. 

Bowes Museum Pkper Phii.t.ips Bkhson, M.A.. D.Sc. 

Chesier-le-Street Secondary School Rkx'. .Alfked Hamilion Cri'icksmank. 

M.A. 

Const tt Secondary School Pkkcv John Heawoui', M..A. 

Darlington Higher Education 

Committee Percy John Heavvooi), M..\. 

Darlington Girls' High School Re\-. Henry Gee, O.l). 

Technical College EnwARn Wool er. 

Domestic Studies. National Council 

for Ethel .Marv Ni cella Wili.la.ms. .\I.I). 

Durham County Territorial Force 

Association Arthur Robinson. M..\ , D.C.L. 

* Nov. 1921. 



130 OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 

Durham lolinsloii School Wimia.m Kobkk i Hi-nrvGkav, M.A. 

Rkv. Hknkv Ri.r.KRSHAW, M.A. 
Ciirls' Secoiularv .School . ..Pktick Pmii.i.ii's Behson, M.A., D.Sc. 

Rachaki. Ei.kanor DnKF Dowli'son. M.A> 

Gui-ilxM-ovisfh Giainmar .School John IlKnt.HY. M.O. 

Haitlepool. Henry Smith School .... Rkv. Dawson Wai.kkr. n.O. 
Iiispoction mid Plxamiiiaiioii of 

Schools Pkrcv Iohs HiiAWOon, M..\. 

Jarrow Secondary School Ki.nM' rii Horn am Vickicrs. .M..\. 

Jerusaicin. Council of .Archeolojjical 

School at Kkv. Dawson Wm.kku. M..\.. D.D. 

Joint Scholarship Board .\i.ick Fostkk. H. Li ri. 

Medical Council of the United 

King-doni RoBKRi HowDEN, M..\., M.B.. l>.Sc. 

Mihtarv Ediic.ition Coinmitlec .. ..l.T.-CoL. Hknrv Briinton ANiiis. M.B. 

.M.S. 
Ckcii. Algernon Cochrane, M.A.. D.C.L. 
John Wight Diff. .M.A.. D.Liri. 
.'\kthur Rokinson, M.A., D.C.L. 
Newcastle Ro>al Oraininar School ...Vi.ien Mawkr, M.A. 
Northallerton tirainmar School . . . . 1'ercv John Hkawooi), M.A. 
Northumberland Territorial Force 

Association Major John Morrow, D.Eng., T.D. 

Norton Gramni.ir School Cyrii, Joseph Heath Stock. B.Sc. 

Richmond Gr.i.nmar School Rkv. At.FRKn Ha.mit.ton Ckuicksmank, 

M.A. 

Rvhopc Scc.>Md..ry School Haroi.d George Theoiiosiils, M..\., 

B. <i,s L. 
Secondary School Examinations' 

Council Percy John Heawood. M.A. 

Stieffield Inivc sity Frank Byron Jevo.v.s, D.Litt. 

Stockton tlramniar School Rev. VVii.i.iam Walter Ai'AMson, M.A., 

M.Litt. 
Queen Victoria High 

School ErHEL Makv Nicella Williams. M.D 

Secondary School ..Sir Frank Brown. 

Teachers' Registration Council Frank Byron Jevons, .M.A., D.Litt. 

Theological Co'leges Conference .... Rev. Dawson Wai kek, D.D. 

Rkv. Hk.nky Eli.ershaw, M.A. 
Meeting of 

Principals Rk\'. FinvAKi) Geokhk Pace, H.D. 

Universities' Bureau Correspondent 

(Durha'r Division) Arthur Robinson, M.A.. D.C.L. 

(Newcastle Division) (Vacant). 

University Colege of South Wales 

and Monmouthshire Frederick Mills. 

Wolsingham Grammar School Rkv. John Hall Hew. M.A. 

Varm Grammar School Alexanmkr I-'rehkrick van i>er Hkydbn^ 

M.A. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. I39 

DURHAM C O L L E G l{ S . 

Professor of Dh'inity and Ecclesiastical History. 
Rev. Dawson Walkkr, M.A., D.n. 

Professor of Greek and Classical Litern/itre. 
Rk.\-. Alkrkd Hamilton Cki kkshank, M.A. 

Professor of Mathematics. 
Pkrcv John Hkawood, M.A. 

Professor of Hehrc'v. 
Rkv. Alfrkd Glillalmk, M.A. 
Emeritus Professor of Hehreiv. 
\hn. Henry William Watkixs, M.A., D.D. 
Professor of Philosophy. 
Frank Kyrox Jkvons, M.A., D. Litt., F. R.E.S. 
Professor of English fa//guaoc and Literature. 
Rev. Henry Ellersha\v. M.A. 
Professor of Latin. 
Rev. John Hall How, .M.A. 
Professor of Logic and Psychology. 
.Arthur Robinson, .M..A., D.C.L. 
Professor of Moderjt Languages. 
Charles Frkdkrick Hkrdkni^r, M.A. 
Professor of .Music. 
Joseph Cox Brido.k, M .A., D.Mrs., F.S.A. 
Tutorial Felloiv cPnd Lecturer in Theology and Hebrew. 
Rev. Edw^ari) GEOKtiK Pack, M..A., B.D. 
Lecturer in Theology and Hellenistic Greek. 
Rev. .\oel Dolbex Cole.man, M..A. 
Lecturer i)i Mathematics. 
Joseph Langley Blrchxall, M.C, B..A. 
Lecturer in History. 

(\"acant. I 
Lecturers in Classics. 

WlLLLAM DOLGLAS LOVVE, i:).S.O., M.C, M.A. 

Rev. Edward I^elham Pestle, M..A. 

Lecturer in Educatian (Temporary ). 

Thomas William Pov\'ell, .M.A. 

Lecturer in English. 

Bertra.m Colgrave, M.A. 



140 oM-KKKs o\- riiK I \i\i<:KsrrY. 

Lvcliircr in l- rcinli. 

Katiilkkn La.mmi.hy, .M.A. 

French Assistant. 

I'.MM AM Ki. ArorsTK Makik Tiikvknot. 

French Assistanto. 

Renkk Grosskt. 

Lecturer in German. 

GwKNDoi.iN Edith Gvvyllya.m Watkins. 

Lecturer in Lilnrgiology. 

Rev. Stki'iikn 1\ichard Plait Mollsdalk, M.A., B.D. 

Lecturers in Ecclesiastical History. 
Rev. Chari.es Edwin Whiting, M.A., B.D., B.C.L., 

F.R. Hist. S. 
Rev. Chari.es .Sti.kl Wai.i.is. M.A. 

L.ecturer in Christian E7'ii/ences. 

Rev. Donald Jones, R.D. 

L.ecturer in Military Science. 

Alexander Ancus Mack.\rlane-Grieve, M.C, M.A. 

Ho'iorary Director of the Observatory. 

Colonel Ed.mond Herbert Hills, C.M.G.. C.B.E., 

D.Sc, F.R.S. 

Ohser7ier. 

F'rank Sargent, F.I^.A.S. 

University and Ma It by Librarian. 

Edward Vazeille Stocks, M..A. 

Secretary of E.xaniinalions. 
.Xrthir Robinson, M.A., D.C. L. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 

Principles and f^ractice of Medicine. 
(David Drummond, C.B.E. M.A., M.D., D.C.L. 
Professors. Sir Thomas Oliver, D.L., M.A., M.D., LL.D.. 
I D.Sc.-^ 

Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas Beattie, M.D.* 

William Errington Hume.C.M.G., M.A., M.D.^ 
Horsley Drummond, M.D., B.S. 
Alfred Parkin, M.D., M.R.C.P.^ 
George Hall, < ..M.(;., M.D., B.Sc^ 
Thomas Moffatt .Allison, M.D., B.S. 
Daniel Wells Patterson, O.B.E., M.B., B.S. 
Thomas Charles Hunter. M.D., B.S. 

■^ F.R.LM'. 5 F.K.C.s. 



OFFICERS OF I HE INIVKKSFFV. 141 

Psychological Medicine. 
Professor. — James Middlfmass. M.A., M.D., B.Sc. 

Suvgcrv. 
(James Rutherford Morison, M.A., M.D., D.C.Li, 
ProfessorsA LL.D.» 

I Henry Brunton Angus, M.B., M.S.* 
Lecturer. — George Grey Turner, M.B., M.S.* 
Clinical Surgery. 
Albert Morton Martin, M.B., B.S. 
Henry Brunton Angus, M.B., M.S.^ 
Joseph William Leech, M.D., M.S.^ 
John Clay, C.B.E., M.B., B.S.^ 
George Grey Turner, M.B., M.S.^ 
Robert Joseph Willan, M.N'.O., M.B., M.S. 
Hamilton Drimmmxd, M.B.. B.S.. F.R.S.C. (Ed). 
Frederick Charles Pybus, M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 
Henry Mulrea Johnston, B.A., M.B., F.R.C.S. 
John Hamilton "Barci^.ay. M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S. 
Norman Hodgson, M.B., B.S., M.R.C.S. 

Midwifery and Gyncecology. 

Professor. — Robert Patton Ranken Lyle, M.A., M.D. 

Clinical Gynaecology. 

Robert Patton Ranken Lyle, M.A., ^LD. 

Lecturer — E. I-arquhar ^Iurray, ^L1>., F.R.C.S.. 

Ophthalmology . 
Professor. — John Dobson Wardale, M..\., ^LB., B.S. 
Clinical Ophthalmology. 
John Dobson Wardale, M.A., M.B.. B.S. 
J. S. Arkle, ?iLB., B.S. 

Therapeutics. 

Professor. — Thomas Beattie, M.D. 

Electrotherapy. 

William Drewett Arnison, M.D., B.S. 

Diseases of the Throat, Nose, and Ear. 

Lecturer. — Samuel Short Whillis, M.D., B.S. 

Clinical Laryngology , Otologv and Rhmology. 

Samuel Short Whillis, M.D., B.S. 

William Frank Wilson, M.B., B.S. (Assistant). 

Diseases of the Shin. 
Lecturer. — Robert Alfred Bolam, O.B.E., M.D. 



1-1 J 0I-I-U|;KS Oi 111!- r\l\KKMlV. 

Clinical Denimlology. 
Robert Alfred Bolam, O.B.K., .M.D. 
Sydney Thomjsox, M.I^.. B.S. 

Diseases of Children. 
Lecturer. — Ogden Watson Ogden, M.D. 
Pathology and Clinical Pathology. 
I'tnfessor. — Stuart McDonald, M.A., M.D.* 
Lecturer. — Arthi r Frederick Bernard Shaw, B.A., M.D 
Dcuinnstrator — G. J. Crawford. M.B . B.Ch.. B.Sc, D.l'.H. 
Demonstrator of Medical Pathology. — 

William Errington Hume, C.M.G., M.A., M.D. 
Dem.-instrator of Surgical Pathology. — 

Robert Joseph Wii.lan, M.\ .O., M.B., M.S.' 
Comparative Pathology and Bacteriology. 
Heath Professor. — 

Harold John Hutchens, D.S.O., M.A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Francis Herbert .\vlen Clanton, M.D.. M.R.C.P., En. 
Sam PHiLLrps Bedson, M.D., B.S.. M.Sc. 
M. A. (". P.uckell. M.B.. B.S., D.P.H 
Hel; N Grace < l.^rk, M.D., B.S., H.Uy. 

Medical Jurisprudence. 

Professor. — (\'acant). 

Public Health. 

Pruf>'ssor. — Harold Kerr O.B.E., M.D. 

Materia Medica and Pharmacology. 

Professor. — William Errington Hume, C.M.G., M.A., M.D. 

A natomy. 

Profrssor. — Robert Howden, M.A., M.B.. D.Sc. 

Lectwir on .ipplied .4nato:ny. — John Clay, C.B.E., M.B., 

B.S.s 
Demonstratois. — James Dunlop Lickley, M.D. 

John Gilmour, jVI.B., B.S., F.R.C.S. 

ji -hn Hamilton Barclay. M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. 

W. A. Hewitsox, MB., B.S. 

Physiology. 
Professor. — James Acworth Menzies, M.D. 
Lecturer. — Mildred .Atkinson, B.Sc. 
Demonstrator— G. A. (^lark, M.B.. B.S. 

Biology. 

Botany. — Professor Michael Cresse Potter, M.A., Sc.D., 

F.L.S. 

■ F.K.e.P. -^ I'.K.C.S. 



vlFFlCIiKS Ol' IHE L'M\EKS1T^. 143- 

Zoology. — Professor Alexander Meek, M.Sc, F.Z.S. 

C/iriiii--ti'V. 
Professor. — Pitfk Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc. 

ProfisS(t). — HiiNKv Stroud, M.A., D.Sc. 

Secretary of Exannruilioiis. 

ROBI RT HOWDKN, ^M.A., M.B., l>.Sc. 



A R M S T R O N u C O [. L K c; 1-: . 

Professor of Mathematics. 
Charles Minshall Jessop, M.A. 

Reader in Mathematics. 
Geiircie \Villl\m Caunt, M.A., M.Sc. 

Lecturer in Mathematics. 
Douglas Cecil Colborne, B.A. 

Professor of Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics. 
ThoiMas Henkv Havki.ock, M.A., D.Sc, P^.R.S. 

Lecturers in Applied Mathematics. 
Georc;e RinsDALE Goldsbrough, D.Sc. 
Williams H. Miles, B.A. 

Professor of Ph ysics. 
Hen'ky Stroi n, M.A., D.Sc.' * 

Professor of Experimental Plivsirs. 
Geor(;e William Todd, M.A., D.Sc. 

Lecturers in Physics. 

John William Bcllerwell, M.Sc. 
Robert G. Lun.non, .M.A., B.Sc. 
Linda Winifred Laverick, M.Sc. 
Sarah Elizabeth Tunnell, M.Sc. 

Pfo/essor 0/ Chemistry. —Peter Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc"* 

Processor of Oriranic Chemistry. 
Walter X. Haworth, Ph.D., D.Sc. 

Readers in Chemistrr.~¥R¥.r<v.Ki<^ Charles Garrett, O.B.E., 
D.Sc,^ 
John Armstrong Smvthe, D.Sc, Ph.D. 

' F.Ph.S.L. 2 F.I.C. 3 F.C.S. 4 M.I.E.E. 



144 OFKUKRS 0\- rilK r\l\KKSITV. 

/.I'd lire rs in Chemistry. 

I'KKiv LrcocK RonrNsoN, M.Sc. 
Waltkr Matthkw Madgin, M.Sc. 

ChAKLOTTK BkAN SlHOFIKLU, M.Sc. 

Catiikrink Klf:anok MAi.i,iiN, B.Sc. 

WilUdDi Cdchranc Leclurer in MetaUiirpry. 

Hknrv Louis, M.A., D.Sc' « ■> •' " 

' Lecturer in Mefalliirgy. — Harry Dkan, M.Sc, A. R.S.M.' 

/. />. Simpson Professor of Geolo^v- 

Hknrv CIkorgk Albert Hkkling. D.Sc. 

Lecturers in Geology. 

David Woolacott, D.Sc. 
Lkonard Hawkes, M.Sc. 

Lecturer in Crystallography and Mineralogy. 

Rev. Mark Fletcher, M.A."* ' 

Honorary Professor of Natural History. 

George Stewaroson Brady, M.D., L[,.n., D.Sc" 

Professor of Zoology. 

.Alexander Meek, M.Sc." 

Lecturers in Zoology. 

Alexander David Peacock, M.Sc. 
Ol(;a Marion [orgensen, B.Sc. 
John W. H. Harrison, D.Sc. 

Professor oj Botany. — Michael Cresse Potter, M.A.'* 
Lecturers in Botany. 

Sydney Mangham, M..\. 

Kathleen Bkver Blackburn, M.Sc. 

Winifred Mary Lomas, B.Sc. 

Professor of Agriculture and Rural Economy. 
Douglas Alston Gilchrist, M.Sc.5 ' 

Adinser in Agricultural Chemistry^ 
.Sydney Hoare Collins, M.SC* 

Adviser in Agricultural Zoology. 
Robert Alexander Harper Gra'y, M.A., M.Sc. 

> F.LC. » F.C.S. 3 F.L.S. 4 Sc.D., Camb. 5 F.H.A.S. 6 F.R.S.E. 
7 M.I.E.E. « F.G.S. 9 A.R.S.M. "^ F.Min.S.L. " M.Inst.C.E. 
'» F.K.S. M F.Z.S. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 1 45 

Lecturer in Agricultural Chemistry. 

Archibald Alexander Hall, M.Sc, Ph.D. 

Lecturer in Agricultural Botany. 

Doris Anderson, B.Sc. 

Lecturer in Agricultural Sttrveying. 
Leo Anthony Thompson, M.Sc. 

Lecturers in Agriculture. 

Robert William Wheldon, B.Sc. 
Henry Cecil Pawsc>n. 

Lecturer i)i Forestry. — Reginald W. Hcnter. 

Professor of Engineeri)ig. 
ENGiNEER-CoMMANDi r Charles John Hawkes, R.N. (Retired) 

Emeritus Professor of Engineering. 
Robert Lunan Weighton, iM.A., D.Sc. 

Reader in Engineering. 
John Morrcuv, M.Sc, O.Eng. 

Lecturers in Engineering. 

Robert Wright Hc")lmes, B.Sc. 
George Frederick. Hardy, B.Sc. 
James Hall. 
John Thomas Dixon. 

Professor of AUival Architecture. — John Joseph Welch, D-Scts 

Lecturer in Naz'al .-irchitccture. 

Francis Herbert Alexander, M.Sc* 

Professor of Electrical Engineering. 
William Mandell Thornton, D.Sc, D.Eng. 

Lecturer in Electrical Engineering. 
James A. Harle, B.Sc. 

Professor of Mining and Survcving. 
Henry Louis, M.A., D.Sc,'- ''<" 

Lecturer i)i Mining and .Suri'eying. — Harr\' Dean, M.Sc* 

Professor of Classics & Ancient Hislorv. 
Tohx Wight Dcff, M.A., D.Litt. LL.D. 



F.I.C. » F.G.S. s F.Min.S.L. 4 M.LN.A. 5 M.Inst.C.E. * A.R.S.M. 



146 OFIUUUS OH THE UMVKKSITV. 

Deputy I'roj'fsxor of Classics and Anrinif History. 
John iMacdonai.h, .M.A. 

Lecturers in Classics and Ancient History. 

CONSTANCK MiRlAN SHIPLEY. 

William G. Waddell, M.A. 

Joseph Cowen Professor of Etiglish Language and Literature. 

Allen Mawer, M.A. 

Lecturers in Eng/is/i {literature. 
Sybil Wragge, B.A. 
Alexander Hamii,ton Thompson, M.A. 

Professor of Modern History. 
Kenneth lk)TiiA.vi X'kkers, M.A. 

Reader in Modern History. — Frederick Bradshaxy, .M.A., D.Sc. 

Lecturer in Modern History. 

Elsie Tesh, M.A. 

Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

Reinholi) Friedrkh Alfked Hoernle, M.A., B.Sc. 

Lecturer in Mental and Moral Philosophy. 
Jessie Elliot Aldkrson, M.A. 
Professor of Modern Languages. 
Albert George Latham, M.A. 

I^ecturers in Modern Languages. 
LiLiAs MacGregor, M.A., D.Litt. 
Charles B. Lewis, B.A. L. es L. Ph. D. 
Henri Cottin, B. es L., Doc. en Droit.' 
Harlampi George Coundoiroff. 
Richard Conroy, M.A. 

l^avid Dale Professor of Economics. 
Harry ^LMNWARING Hallsworth, O.B.E. M.A., M.Com., 

I^ccturers in Economics. 
Elisabeth Frances Stevenson, M.A. 
Geraldine Emma May Jebb. 
Redvers Opie, B.Com. 

Lectttrer in Economic Geography and Statistics. 
Redvers Opie, B.Com. 
Lecturers in Accounting. 
.Allan Atkinson, B.Sc.^ 
Albert Bell.* 



Croix lie Guerre. ^ A.C.A. 



OFFICERS OF THF INIVHRSITY. 1 47 

Lecturer in Coiniucri ial Lww. 
Christian B. Fenwrk. M.A.' 

Lecturer ill Shipping. 
Eknkst L. Beckingha.m, B.Sc. 

Professor of Education. 
GoDFRKv Hilton Thomson, D.Sc, Ph.d. 

Emeritus Professor of Eaucatian. 
Mark Robinson Wright, M.A. 

Mistress of Method. — Ei.i.kn Louisa Melvilli;, M.A. 

Lecturers in Education. 
Stella Bailes, B.Sc. 
Vernon Brown. O.B.E., B.Sc.-' 

Lecturer in Music. — Willlam CjILLIes Whittakkr, B.Mis. 

Professor of Fine Art tind Director of King Edvard the Se7>enth 

School oj Art. 

Richard George Hatton, AR.C.A. 

Master of Painting (did .-issistunt Director. — R.\LPH BlLLOCK. 
A/aster of Design.— RoPF.RT John .Scott Bertram. 
Master of Sculpture. 
John M. \V. Reid, A.R.C.A. 
Muster of Architecture. 
Frederick Norman Weightman. 
Master of Processes of Engra^'ing. 
.Arthur Heslc^p. 
Secretary of Examinations. 
John Voing Thomson Greig, M..A. 
Board of Faculties. 
Chairman ; Robert Howden, M..\., M.B., D.Sc. 
Acting-Secret.\ry : The Registr.^r. 
Board of the Faculty of Theology. 
The Chancellor. 
The Vice-Chancellor. 

Rev. Alfred Hamilton Cruickshank, M.A. 
John Wight Duff, MA., D.Litt. 
Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M..^. 
Rev. John Hall How, M.A. 

' Barrister-at-Law. - Croi-e di sjiicrra. 



148 oikici;rs ok the l ni\kksii v. 

Frank Byron Jevons, M..\., D.Litt. 

]^Ev. Arthur Blackwell Goulburn Lillingston, 

M.A.6 
Rev. Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale, M.A., B.D. 
Rev. Edward George Pace, M.A., B.D. {Secretary). 
Rt. Rev. John Nathaniel Quirk, D.D.a 
Arthur Robinson, M. A., D.C.I. . 
Rev. Dawson Walker. D.D. (Dean). 
Rev. Charles Steel Wallis, M.A. 
Rev. Charles Edwin Whiting, M..A., B.D., B.C.L. 

Boards of the Faculties of Arts and Letters. 
The Chancellor. 
The Vice-Chancellor. 

Rev. Wii i iam Wai ter Auamson, M.A., M.LiTT.fe 
Jessie Elliot Alderson, M.A.* 
Frederick Bradshaw. M..A., D.Sc 
Joseph Eangley Burchnall, B A. 
George Grey Butler, M.A. a 
Rev. Alfred Hamilton Cruickshank, M.A. 
John Wight Duff, M.A , D.Litt. 
Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M.A. 
Rev. Mark Fletcher, M.A. 
Rev. David Fyffe, M.A. 
John Young Thomson- Greig, M.A. a 
Harry Mainwaring Hallsworth, M.A., M.Com., 

B.Sc. 
Richard ('»eorge Hatton, A R.C.A. 
Thomas Henry Havelock, M.A., D.Sc, F.R.S. 
Percy John Heawood, M.A. 
Charles Frederick Herdener, M.A. 
Rev. John Hall How, M.A. 
Charles Minshall Jessop, M.A. 
Frank Byron Jevons, M.A.. D.Litt. 
]<EV. Donald Jones, M.A. a 
Kathleen Lambley. M..\. 
Albert George Latham, M.A. 
William Douglas Lowe, M.A., D.Litt. 
John Macdon.ald. ;M. \. 
LiLiAS MacGregor, D.Litt. 
Allen Mawer, M..\. (Dean). 
Sir Theodore Morison. M.A., !>.( .L.a 
Rev. Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale, M.A., 

B.D. a 
Rev. Edward George Pace. M..^., B.D. 
Rev. Edward Petham Pesti r' M.A. 
.Arthur Robixson, M.A., D.C.L. 

rt Co-i>ptt.d nit-'inber. // .\ppointcd liv .Senate. 

* Pi-nding appointment of l'roii'ssv>r of PliilDSophy. 



11 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 149 

Constance Mirian Shipley. 

Elizabeth Frances Stevenson, M.A. 

Alexander Hamilton Thompson, M.A. 

Kenneth Hotham Vickers, M.A. 

Rev. Dawson Walker, D.D. 

Rev. Charles Edwin Whiting, M.A., B.D., B.C.L.f 

Sybil Wragge, B.A. 

Mark Robinson Wright, M.A. 

Secretary : — The Registrar. 

Board of the Faculty of Medicine. 

The Chancellor. 

The Vice-Chancellor. 

Henry Brunton Angus, M.B., M.S. 

Thomas Beattie, M.D. 

Peter Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc. 

Robert Alfred Bolam, M.D. 

John Clay, M.B., B.S.b 

HoRSLEY Drummond, !\I.D., B.S.« 

Thomas Eustace Hill, M.A., M.B., M.S., B.Sc. 

Robert Hovvden, M.A., M.B., D.Sc. (Dean). 

William Errington Hume, M.A., M.D. 

Harold John Hutchens, M.A. 

Robert Patton Ranken Lyle, M.A., M.D. 

Stuart ^IcDonald, M.D. 

Albert Morton Martin, M.B., B.S.a 

Alexander Meek, M.Sc. 

James Acworth Menzies, M.A., M.D. (Secretary). 

James Middlemass, M.A., M.D., B.Sc. 

James Rutherford Morison, M.A., M.D., D.C.L. 

Sir Theodore Morison. M.A., D.C.L. a 

Sir Thomas Oliver, M.A., M.D.. LL.D. 

Michael Cres-e Potter, M.A., Sc.D. 

Henry Stroud, M.A., D.Sc. 

George Grev Turner, MB., M.S. 

John Dobson Wardale. M.A., M.B. 

Board of the Faculty of Science. 

The Chancellor. 

The Vice-Chancellor. 

Peter Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc 

Kathleen Bever Blackburn. M.Sc. 

Vernon Brown, B.Sc. 

John William Bullerwell. M.Sc. 

Rev. Mark Fletcher, M.A. 

Douglas Alston Gilchrist, M.Sc. 

George Ridsdale Goldsbrough, D.Sc. 



a Co-opted member. b Appointed by Senate, 

t Pending^ appointment of Professor of History. 
10 



150 iMKKKKS Oy THli UNIX liKSITV. 

John Young Thomson Greig, M.A. (Secrftary)a 

Archibald Alexander Hall, M.Sc, Ph.D. 

Thomas Henry Havelock, M.A., D.Sc, F R.S. 

Charles John Hawkes. 

Leonard Hawkes, M.Sc. 

Percy John Heawood, M.A. 

Henry George Albert Hickling, D.Sc. 

Robert Howden, M.A., M.B., D.Sc. 

Harold John Hutchens, M.A. 

Charles Minshall Jessop, M.A. 

Henry I.ouis, M.A., D.Sc. 

Sydney Mangham, M.A. 

Alexander Meek, M.Sc. 

Ellen Louisa Melville, M.A. 

James Acworth Menzies, M.A., M.D. 

John Theodore Merz, Ph.D., D.C.L.b 

Sir Theodore Morison, M.A., D.C.L.a 

Alexander David Peacock, M.Sc. 

Michael Cresse Potter, M.A., Sc.D. 

John Armstrong Smythe, D.Sc, Ph.D. 

Henry Stroud, M.A., D.Sc. (Dean). 

George William Todd, M.A., D.Sc. 

William Mandell Thornton, D.Sc, D.Eng. 

John Joseph Welch, D.Sc. 

Mark Robinson Wright, M.A. 

Board oj the Faculty of Music. 

The Chancellor. 

The Vice-Chancellor. 

Sir Frederick Bridge, M.A., D.Mus.i) 

Joseph Cox Bridge, M.A., D.Mus. (Dean). 

Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M.A. {Secretayy)b 

\\'illiam Ellis, B.Mus.?) 

Board of the Faculty of Commerce. 

The Chancellor. 

The Vice-Chancellor. 

Peter Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc. 

Frederick Bradshaw, M.A., D.Sc. 

John Young Thomson Greig, M.A. (Secrctary)a 

Harry Mainwaring T^allsworth, M.A., ivI.CoM. 

{Dean). 
Geraldine Emma May Jebb. 
Albert George L.\tham. M.A. 
Henry Louis, M.A., D.Sc. 
William Joseph Noble. a 
Francis Priestman.« 



a Co-opted member. I> Appointed by Senate. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 151 

John William Ramsbottom, M.A., M.Com. 

Elisabeth Frances Stevenson. 

Sir Theodore Morison, M.A., D.C.L.6 

William Mandell Thornton, D.Sc, D.Eng. 

Kenneth Hotham Vickers, M.A. 

John Joseph Welch, D.Sc. 

Mark Robinson Wright, M.A. 

Curators of tlie Library. 

The President of the Council of the Durham 

Colleges. 
The Professors of Divinity, Greek, Mathematics, 

Hebrew, and Music. 
The Dean of Durham. 
The Librarian. 

Kennett Champain Bayley, M..\. 
Rev. Douglas Samuel Boutflower, M.A. 
Rev. R. E. Tolliday, M.A. 

Rev. Stephen Richard Pl.a.tt Moulsdale. M..A.., B.D. 
The Members of the Teaching Staff. 

Curators of the Museum. 

The President of the Council of the Durham 

Colleges. 
The Dean of Durham. 

Rev. Alfred Hamilton Cruickshank, M.A. 
John Thom.\s Dunn. D.Sc. 
John Meade Falkner, M.A. 
Rev. Joseph Thomas Fowler, D.C.L. 
John Crawford Hodgson, M.A. 
Frederick William Ritson, M.A. 

Curators of the Observatory. 
The President of the Council of the Durham 

Colleges. 
Edmond Herbert Hills, C.M.G., D.Sc, F.R.S. 

{Director). 
The Professor of Mathematics. 
The Dean of Durham. 
The Asrtonomer Roy.^.l for England. 
The Astronomer Royal for Scotl.'VND. 
Joseph Langley Burchnall, B.A, 
Henry Louis, M.A., D.Sc. 
Major F. M. Lowe. ■ 

John Theodore Merz, Ph.D., D.C.L. , LL.D. 
Arthur Robinson, M..^., D.C.L. 
Henry Stroud, M.A., D.Sc. 
Herbert Hall Turner, D.Sc. 



152 oi-'i uiKs oi- iiii': iMvrTKsrrv. 

Examiners in Theology. 
For the Device of Doctor of Divinity. 
Thk Very Rev. Henry Gee, D.D. 
Rev. Alfred Plummer, M.A. D.D. 
Right Rev. John Nath.\niel Quirk, D.D. 
The Right Rev. Archib.^ld Robertson, D.D. 
Rev. D.-iwson Walker. D.D. 
Yen. Henry William Watkin.s, D.D. 

For the Degree of Bachelor of Divinity. 

Rev. George Ernest Newsom, M.A. 

Rev. William Oscar Emil Oesterley. D.D. 

Rev. Dawson Walker, D.D. 

For the Diploma in Theology. 
Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M.A. 
Rev Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale, B.D. 
Rev. Edward George Pace, B.D. 

For the Licence in Theology (Part D). 

Rev. William Ernest Beck, M.A. 

Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M.A. 

Rev. Edward George Pace, B.D. 

Rev. Charles Steel W'allis, M..A. 

For the Licence in Theology {Part A). 

Rev. Geoffrey Noel Bacon, M.A. 

Arthur Robinson, D.C.L. 

Rev. Charles Steel Wallis. M.A. 

Examiners in Arts and Letters. 

For the Degrees of Master of Arts and Master of Letters. ' 

Vergil — Rev. Alfred Hamilton Cruickshank, M.A. 

Tacitus — Rev. John Hall How, M.A. 

Plato — Frank Byron Jevons, D.Litt. 

Euripi(!es — Rev. Ai fred Cruickshank, M..^. 

Astronomy — Henry Stroud. M.A.. D.Sc. 

Constitutional History — Kenneth Hotham Vickers, M.A. 

French Revohition — Frederick Bradshaw, M.A., D.Sc 

French — .\lbert George L.^vtham. M..A. 

German — Charles Frederick Werdener, M.A. 

English — Rev. Henry Ellershaw. M.A. 
Allen Mawer, M.A. 

Economics — Harry Mainwaring f I ai i ■^vvnRTH, M.A., 
M.Com. 



OFFlCliKS OK IHh L'.\ IX'KKSITV. I53 

Education — Mark Robixsox Wright, M.A. 

(a) I ife and Times of S. Chrysostom. 

(b) The Scottish Liturgy, compared with certain ancient 

Forms. 

Rev. Stephen Rich.\rd Platt Mollsdale, B.D. 

New Testament in Greek — Rev. Dawson Walker, D.D. 

For the Final Examination for the Desree of Bachelor of Arts 
{and Preliminary Honours Examinations). 

Theological Honours — 

Rev. George Ernest Newsom. ?il.A. 

Rev. William Oscar Emil Oesterlev. D.D. 

Rev. Dawson W'alker. D.D. 

Classics, etc. — 

Rev. Alfred Hamilton Cruickshaxk, M.A. 
John Macdonald, M.A. 
William Phelps, ;M.A. 

Mathematics — 

Charles Minshall Jessop, M.A. 
Arthur Ernest Jolliffe. M.A. 

English — 

Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M.A. 

Herbert John Clifford Grierson, M.A., LL.D. 

Allen Mawer, M.A. 

Modem History — 
Lelio Stampa, M.A. 
Kenneth Hotham Vickers, M.A. 

Philosophy — 

Thomas Loveday, M.A. 
Arthur Robinson, M.A., D.C.L. 

French and German — 

Albert George Latham. ^LA. 
William Scholle, Ph.D. 

Economics — 

Harry Main waring Halls worth, M.A., ]\LCom. 
Education — 

Thomas W^illiam Powell, M.A. (for D.Th.P.T.). 

Mark Robinson Wright, M.A. 

Theology (Pass) — 

Rev. W^illiam Ernest Beck, JNLA, 
Rev. Henry Ellershaw, "NI.A. 
Rev. Edward George Pace, B.D. 



154 oiiiv.i:ks oi niic imnicksii v. 

/•■|i» tfir First Public ExawinotiDii in Aria. 

Joseph Langley Bi'rchnall, B.A. 

Rev. Alfred Hamilton Cruickshank, M.A. 

Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M.A. 

Percy John Hkawood, M.A 

IVATHT.-EEN LaMBLEY, M.A. 

William Dougl.\s Lowe, M.a., D.T.itt. 
Rev. Edward George Pace, M..\. 
Arthur Robinson, D.C.L. 

For the Inicnncdiate and Second ^'ear in Arts. 

George William Caunt, M.A.. M.Sc. 

Rev. Henry Ellershaw, M.A. 

Rev. Mark Fletcher. M.A. 

Harry Mainwartng Hallsworth. M.A., M.Com., 

B.Sc. 
Percy John Heawood, M.A. 
Rev. John Hall How, M.A. 
Kathleen Lambiey, ]\I.A. 
Thomas Loveday, M.A. 
I.iLiAS Macgregor, D.I-itt. 
Rev. Edward George Pace, M.A., B.D. 
Rev. Edward Pelham Pestle, M.A. 
Thomas William Powell, M.A. 
Arthur Robinson, M.A., D.C.L. 
Constance Mirian Shipley. 
Godfrey Hilton Thomson, D.Sc, Pd.I). 
Kenneth Hotham V'ickers. I\LA. 
Rev. Dawson Walker, D.D. 
Rev. Charles Edward Whiting, M.A., B.D., 

B.C.L. 
Sybil W'ragge, B.A. 

For the Diploma in Foreign Laiif^uaiies. 
Spoken French — 

Charles Frederick Herdener, M.A. 
William Scholle, Ph.D. 

Examiners in Medicine. 
I. — For Degrees in Medicine and Surgery. 

(i) In Medicine and Clinical Medicine ; — 

Thomas Beattie, M.D. 
David Drummond, M.A., M.D., D.C.L. 
William Errington Hume, M.A., M.D. 
George Newton Pitt, M.A., M.D. 



OFFICERS OK THE LNIVEKSITV. 1 55 

(ii) In Surgerv, Clinical Surgery and Operative Surgery. 
Henry Brunton Angus. M.B.. M.S. 
John Marnoch, M.A.. M.B. 
Albert ISIorton Martin. M.B.. B.S. 
Javies Rutherford Morison. M.A.. M.D., D.C.L. 

(iii) In Psychological Medicine : — 

James Middlemass, M.A.. M.D., B.Sc. 
Hector Duncan McPhail, M.D. 

(iv) In Midwifery : — 

Robert Patton Ranken Lyle, M..\.. M.D., B.C.L. 
T. Henry Wilson. F.R. C.P.I. 

(v) In Pathology and Bacteriology :-- 

Harold John Hutchens. D.S.O., M.A.. M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 
Stuart McDon.\ld. M.D. 
Sir Thomas Oliver, M.A.. M.D. 
James Lorrain Smith. M.A.. M.D. 

(vi) In Public Health :— 

Thomas Eustace Hill, M.B., CM., B.Sc. 
Harold Kerr. M.D. 

(vii) In Medical Jurisprudence : — 

Robert Alfred Bolam, M.D. 

George Hall. M.D. 

William Hardcastle. M.B., M.R.C.S. 

(viii) In Anatomy : — 

John Clay, M.B.. B.S. 
Robert Howden. M.A., M.B., D.Sc. 
James DurJLbp Licktey, M.D, ' 
Arthur Robinson, M.D. 

(ix) In Physiology : — 

James Acworth Menzies, M.A., M.D. 
Henry Stanley Raper; D.Sc. 

(x) In Materia Medica : — 

Thomas Beattie, M.D. 

William tRRiNCTON Hu.me, M.A., M.D. 

(xi) In Chemistry : — 

Frederick Charles Garrett, D.Sc. 
W^ALTER Matthew Madgin, M.Sc. 
Percy Lucock Robinson, M.Sc. 
John Armstrong SmytHe, D.Sc, Ph.D. 



156 oii'KicKs OF nil' r\i\i;KsiTV. 

(xii) 111 IMiysics : — 

John William Bullerwell, M.Sc. 
Linda Winifred Laverick, M.Sc. 
Robert G. Li'Nnon, M.A.. B.Sc. 
Henry Stroud, M.A.. D.Sc. 
George William 'Jodd, ■M.A., D.Sc. 

(xiii) In Therapeutics : — 

iHOMAS BeATTIE, M.D. 

William PIrrington Hume, M.A., M.l). 

(xiv) In Elementary Biology : — 
Sydney Mangham, M.A. 
Alexander Meek, M.Sc. 

(xv) In Arts : — 

WiLLi.\M G. Waddell, M.A. 
Kev. Dawson Walker, D.D. 

II. — For Degrees in Hygiene and for the Diploma in 
Public Health. 

Peter Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc. 

John William Bullerwell, M.Sc. 

Henry Roy Dean, M.A., M.B. 

Thom.vs Eustace Hill, M.B., CM., B.Sc. 

Harold John Hutchens, D.S.O., M.A., M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 
Harold Kerr, M.D. 

III.— For the Licence in Dental Surgery. 

Chemistry : — 

Frederic Charles Garrett, D.Sc. 
John Armstrong Smythe, D.Sc. 

Physics . — 

John William Bullerwell, ALSc. 
George William Todd, M.A., D.Sc. 

Dental Mechanics : — 

John William Daniels. 

Thomas Roger Dove Walkinshaw. 

Dental Metallurgy : — 
Harry Dean. 
Carl Lotinga. 

Dental Materia Medica : — 
Thomas Beattie, M.D. 
William Errington Hume, M..\., M.D. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. I57 

Anatomy : — 

Robert Howden, M.A., M.B., D.Sc. 
Arthur Robinson, I\I.D. 

Phj'siology : — 

James Acvvorth Menzies. ^l.A., M.D. 
Henry Stanley Raper, D.Sc. 

Dental Anatomy and Dental Histology : — 
Ernest Yeoman Richardson. 
James Coltman. 

Surgery : — 

John Marnoch, M.A., M.B. 

James Rutherford Morison, M.A.. ]\[.D., D.C.L. 

Dental Surgery, Dental Pathology and Dental 
Bacteriology : — 
James Coltman. 
Harold John Hutchens. D.S.O., M.A.. M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 
Ernest Yeoman Richardson, L.D.S. 

Operative Dental Surgery ; — 
James Coltman. 
Thomas Roger Dove Walkinshaw. 

IV. — For the Diploma in Psychiatry. 

Anatomy : — 

Robert How:den, jNLA., M.B., D.Sc. 
Arthur Robinson, M.D. 

Physiology : — 

James Acworth Menzies. M.A., M.D. 
Henry Stanley Raper, D.Sc. 

Pathology and Bacteriology : — 

Harold John Hutchens, D.S.O., M.A., IM.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 
Stuart McDonald, M.D. 
James Lorrain Smith, M.A., M.D. 

Psychology and Experimental Psychologv : — 
James Acworth Menzies. M.A., M.D. 
James Middlemass. M.A.. M.D.. B.Sc. 

Clinical Neurology and Psychiatry : — 
Thomas Beattie, M.D. 
James Middlemass, M.A., ]M.D., B.Sc. 



158 OKI KKKS 0\ line L'M\ KKSIIY. 

Examiners in Science. 

(i) In IMatlRMiiatics ; — 

Gi:oKi;r-: William Caunt. M.A.. M.Sc. 
George Hidsdale Goldsbrough. D.Sc. 
Thomas Henry Havelotk, D.Sc, F.R.S. 
Charles Minshall Jessop. M.A. 
Arthur -Ernest Jolt.iffe. M.A. 
(ii) In Phy.-Nics : — 

John William Bullerwell. M.Sc. 
E. Taylor Jones. D.Sc. 
Linda Winifred Laverick. M..Sc. 
Robert G. Lunnon, M.A., B.Sc. 
Henry Stroud. j\I..\.. D.Sc. 
George William Todd. M.A., D.Sc. 
Sar.vh Elizabeth Tcnnell. M.Sc. 

(iii) In Chemistry : — 

Peter Phillips Bed.son, M.A., D.Sc. 
Alexander Findlay, M..A., D.Sc. 
Frederic Charles Garrett. D.Sc. 
Walter Matthew iMadgin. M.Sc. 
Catherine Eleanor Mallen, B.Sc. 
Percy Lucock Robinson. M.Sc. 
Charlotte Bean Schofielei. M.Sc. 
Samuel Smiles, O.B.E.. D.Sc' 
John Arm.strong Smythe. D.Sc, Ph.D. 

(iv) In Geologv : — 

Leonard Hawkes. M.Sc. F.Ci.S. 
Henry George Albert Hickling. D.Sc. 
William Whitehead Watts, ScD., LL.D., F.R.S. 
David W'oolacott. D.Sc 

(v) In Zoology : — 

James Hartley Ashworth. D.Sc, F.R.S. 
Alex-^nder Meek. M.Sc. 
Alexander David Peacock. M.Sc 

(vi) In Botany :- — 

Kathleen Bever Blackburn. M.Sc. 

Thomas Johnson, D.Sc. 

Sydney Mangham, M.A. 

Michael Cresse Potter. M.A., ScD. 

(vii) In Physiology : — 

James Acworth Menzies, .M.A., .M.D. 
Henry Stanley Raper, D.Sc 
(viii) In Agriculture : — 

Douglas Alston Gilchrist. M.Sc. 
P. H. Foulkes, B.Sc. 



OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 159 

(ix) 111 Engineering : — 

Robert Muir Ferrier. ^I.Sc. 

Robert Lunan Weighton. J\I.A.. D.Sc. 

John Morrow, D.Sc. D.Eng. 

(x) In Naval Architecture : — 

Sir John Harvard Biles, D.Sc, LL.D. 
A. W. Johns, R.C.N.C. 
John James Welch. D.Sc. 

(xi) In Electrical Engineering : — 
Robert Beattie. B.Sc 
William Mandell Thornton. D.Sc., D.Eng. 

(xii) In Mining, Surveying, etc. : — 
Henrv Louis. M.A.. D.Sc. 
Colonel F. R. Simpson. 

(xiii) In Metallurgy : — 

Henrv Louis. M.A,, D.Sc. 
John Edward Stead, F.R.S. 

(xiv) In Mineralogv : — 

Rev. :\rARK Fletcher, M..A. 
(xv) In Education : — 

William Parker Welpton, B.Sc 
Mark Robinson Wright, M.A. 

(xvi) In Agricultural Chemistry : — 

Sydney Hoare Collins. M.Sc. 

(xvii) In Applied Mechanics and Mechanical Drawing : — 
James Hall. A.M.I.E.E. 
George Frederick Hardy. M.Sc 
Robert Wright Holmes, B.Sc. 
John :Morrow, M.Sc, D.Eng. 
Robert Lunan Weighton, M.A., D.Sc 

(xviii) In Agricultural Botany: — 

Doris Anderson, B.Sc. 
(xix) In Agricultural Zoology : — 

Robert Alexander Harper Gray, ;M.A., M.Sc. 
(xx) In Forestry : — 

Reginald W. Hunter. 
(xxi) In Psychology : — 

Thomas Henry Havelock. D.Sc, F.R.S. 

Thomas Loveday, M.A. 

Charles Samuel Myetis, M.A., M.D., ScD., F.R.S. 



l6o OlFICERS OF I HE rXIVERSITV. 

(xxii) In Loijic : — 

Thomas Lovkday, M. A. 

Examiners in Commerce. 
Economics : — 

Sir William Ashley. 

Harry Mainwaring Hallswortii. M.A., 

M.CoM.. B.Sc. 
Geraldine Emma May Jebb. 

Statistics : — 

Redvers Opie, B.Com. 

Mathematics : — Charles Minshall Jessop, M.A. 
Accountino; : — 

Albert Bell, A.C.A. 

H. S. Ferguson. 

French : — 

Henri Cottin, B. es L., Doc. en. Droit. 
William Scholle, Ph.D. 

German : — 

William Scholle, Ph.D. 
Charles B. Lewis. 

Spanish : — 

De Arte.\ga y Pereira. 
Richard Conroy. 

Russian : — 

Harlampi George Coundouroff. 
Nevill Forbes. 

Economic History : — Frederick Bradshaw, M.A., D.Sc. 

Commercial Law : — 

Christian B. Fenwick, M.A. 
H. P. Turner. 

Modem History' : — 

Frederick Bradshaw, M.A., D.Sc. 
Lelio Stampa, M.A. 

Economic Geography : — Redvers Opie, B.Com. 

Chemistry : — Peter Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc. 

Railway Economics : — Harry Mainwaring Hallsworth, M.A. 
M.CoM., B.Sc. 

Banking and Currency : — 

Geraldine Emma May Jebb. • 

Examiners in Music. . 
The Professor of Mtjsic. 
Edward Cuthbert Bairstow, D.Mus. 
He.xry William Richards, Mus.Doc. 



MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION. l6l 

MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION. 

Adams, Francis John, M.A. 

Adams, Josiah Oake, M.D. 

Adams, Walter Robert. M.A. 

Adamson, William Walter, M.Litt. 

Agbebi, Ephraim Michael Ekundayo, M.A. 

Alexander, Francis Herbert, M.Sc. 

Alford, Sydney Field, M.A. 

Allen, Francis Adenev, M.A. 

Allison, Thomas Moffatt, M.D. 

Angus, Henry Brunton, M.S. 

Annand, John Fowler, M.Sc. 

Appleton, Frederick, M.A. 

Arnison, William Drewett, M.D. 

Aspinwall, Herbert \'ictor, M.A. 

Atkinson, James, M.A. 

Atkinson, James Birkett, M.A. 

Austin, Albert Edward, M.A. 

Austin Harold, M.A. 

Averav- Jones, Harold Edgar. I\I.A. 

Averili, Charles. M.D. 

Bacon, Geoffrey Noel. M.A. 

Bagott, Archibald Thomas, M.A. 

Bagshaw, Alfred Girdlestone, M.A. 

Bailev, Philip David, M.A. • 

Bailev, Walter, M.A. 

Bain," William. M.D. 

Bainbridge, Francis Arthur, M.A. 

Bainbridge, George, M.D. 

Baker. Alexander, M.D. 

Barclay, Leonard Lancelot, M.A. 

Barff, Henry Foard, M.A. 

Barker, Edward Phillips, M.A. 

Barker, Jacob Ridley, M.A. 

Barker. Johnson, M.A. 

Barker, Joseph Walter Hudson, M.A. 

Bastow, Samuel Joseph, M.A. 

Batchelor, Alfred Williams, M.A. 

Baugh, Egerton Percy, M.A. 

Bavtee, Samuel St. Aulan. M.A. 

Bazell, Charles, M.A. 

Beale, Frederick Sherriff, M.A. 

Beattie, Thomas, M.D. 

Beck. William Ernest, M.A. 

Beddard, William Oliver, M.D. 

Bedson, Peter Phillips. M.A. 

Bedson. Sam Phillip?, M.D 

Belger, Hermann. M.A. 

Bennett. Basil Gordon. M.A. 



l62 MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION. 

Bennett, Joseph, M.A. 
Beiry, Edward Arthur, yi.A. 
Bevan, John William, M.A. 
Biggs, Ernest Coltier, M.A. 
Bircham, Henry William Haves, M.A. 
Bird, JVIatthew Mitchell, M.D. 
Birtwistle, Richard Ernest, M.A. 
Blanchett, Charles Isaac, M.A. 
Blight, William Lyne. M.D. 
Bolam, Robert Alfred, M.D. 
Booth, C.eorge, M.D. 
Borrowdale, John Steward, M.A. 
Bradshaw, Frederick, M.A. 
Brady, George Stewardson, M.D. 
Brereton, Eric Hugh, M.A. 
Britten, Charles Henry, M.A. 
Brodhurst, Charles Cyril, M.A. 
Brotherton, Charles Frederick, M.A. 
Brown, William, M.A. 
Browne, Leonard Foster, M.D. 
Buckley, Thomas William, M.D. 
Bullerwell, John William, M.Sc. 
Bullock, John Arthur Smith, M.A. 
^ Bulman, Francis Archibald, M..^. 

Bulman, George Robert, M.A. 
Bulmer, Edward, M.A. 
Buhner, Edward Stanley North, M.A. 
Bulmer, John, M.A. 
Burgess, Clement Ernest, M.A. 
Burgess, William, M.A. 
Burkhardt, George Henry, M.Sc. 
Burn, Charles George Stratford, M.A. 
Burton, Richard Jowett, M.A. 
Byrde, Henry Charles Waller, M.A. 
Byrth, Stewart, M.A. 
Cairns, Charles Waidie, M.Sc. 
Callender, Bessie, M.A. 
Cannon, Ernest, M.A. 
Garden, Henry Craven, M.A. 
Carmon, Sarah Hannah, M.A., M.Litt. 
Carrick, Robert Mallabarr, M.A. 
Carse, Annie, M.I.itt. 
Casson, John, M.A. 
Caunt, George William, M.A. 
Cavalier, Cyril Gordon, M./X. 
Cave, Martin William, M.A. 
Chandler, Margaret, M.A. (formerly Owen). 
Chandler, William Burgess Hunt, M.A. 
Chapman, Harold James, M..\. 



MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION. 163 

Charlton, Ralph Hedley, M.A. 

Chesters. Leonard Morris, M.A. 

Chisholm, Harold Venn, M.A., M.Litt 

Clark, Francis William, ]M.D. 

Clucas, John, M.A. 

Cochrane, Ralph Allen, M.A. 

Cock, Frederick William, M.D. 

Collier, Cams Vale, M.A. 

Coilins, Sydne}^ Hoare, M.Sc. 

Conev, William Henrv, M.A. 

Coombs, Rowland Hill, M.D. 

Cooper, Alfred Ernest, M.A. 

Cooper, Douglas, M.A. 

Corsbie, Herbert Henry, M..\. 

Cory, Alexander Arthur, AI.A. 

Cotton, Henry Hugh Powell, M.D. 

Coverdale, Thomas Elvin, M.A. 

Crabtree, Charles James, M.A. 

Crawhall, Thomas Emerson, M.A. 

Creau, Arthur, M.A. 

Crofton, Henry Francis, M.A. 

Crofts, Harold, M.Sc. 

Croisdale, Francis Edward, ]\I.A. 

Cruickshank, Alfred Hamilton, M..\. 

CuUey, Arnold Duncan, M.A. 

Cnmming, John, M.D. 

Cundy, Frank Mart^^Ti, INI.A. 

Cuthbertson, James Edwin. M.Litt., M.A. 

Dale, Harold Montague, M.A. 

Daniell, Edward Seabrook, M.A. 

Dannatt, Percy Hugh, M.A. 

David, John Palliser, M.A. 

Davidson, James, ALA. 

Davies, David Edwardes, M.A. 

Davies, William Edward, M.A. , D.C.L. 

Duvis, Charles Sidney, M.A. 

Davis, John Stratton, INLA. 

Davis, Thomas, I\L.\. 

Dawkins, Arthur Edward, M.A. 

Dawson, Alice Beatrice, M.Litt. 

Dawson, John Cleugh, M.A. 

Day, Harry Lo-wndes, M.A. 

Day, Joseph Percival, M.A. 

Deacon, Alfred Edwin, M.A. 

Dean, Arthur Edis, M.Litt. 

Dean, Harry, M.Sc. 

Deans, John, M.D. 

Derry, William Thompson, M.A. 

Dickinson, George Lowes, M.A. 

Didsburv, Frederic Nelson, I\LA. 



164 MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION, 

Dixou, John Archbald. M.A., D.C.I.. 

Dixon, William Dudley , M.A. 

Dixon. William Matthew, M.A. 

Dol'Ri . i;dwar(i Ronamv, M.A. 

Dolman, Dirk Herman, M.A. 

Donovan. William, M.D. 

Douglas, Thomas Ormsby, M.A. 

Downham, Isaac, M.A. 

Drummond, David, M.D. 

Drummond, Horsley, M.D. 

Duckworth, Peter, M..\. 

Duff, John Wight, M.A., D.Litt. 

Dunn, John, D.C.L. 

Dunn, John Thomas, D.Sc. 

Dutton, William Augustus, M.A. 

East. ( harles Harrv! M.D 

Edwards. Laurence Albert Curtis, M.A. 

EUershaw, Henry, M.A. 

Ellis, Thomas, M.A. 

Emmtnt. Richard, M.D. 

Evans, Frederick James, M.A. 

Eyre, John William Henry, M.D. 

Fallaw, Lance, M.A. 

Farmer, John, M.A. 

Farr, Charles James, M.A. 

Fenwick. Bedford. M.D. 

Fen wick, John Charles James, M.D. 

Ferens, Henry Edwin, M..\. 

Ferrier, Robert Muir, M.Sc. 

Ferris, Thomas Boys Barraclough, M.A. 

Ferris. Thomas Edward Swaine, M.A. 

Field. Edwin Lewis, M.A. 

Finnimore, Arthur Kington, M.A. 

Firth, James Brierley, M.Sc. 

Fi'iher, Cleorge, ]\LA. 

Fisher, Maxwell, ISLA. 

Fitz-Gerald, John Joseph, M.D. 

Flecker, Eliezer, M..'\. 

Fleetwood, Charles Henry Hardy, M.A. 

Fletcher, Mark, :\LA. 

Fogo, William, M.A. 

Forster. John Douglas, .M.A. 

Fowler, Joseph Thomas, M.A., D.C.L. 

Fowler. William, M..\. 

Fox, Selina Fitzherbert, M.D. » 

Francis. Humphrey Chilton Howard. .M.A. 

Fraser, Lachlan George, M.D. 

Freeling, James Robert. M.A. 

Freeman, Ernest Carrick, M.D. 

French, Reginald. M..V. 



MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION, 165 

Froggatt. George Wilson, M.A. 

Gane, Edward Palni^^r Steward. M.D. 

Garrett, Frederic Charles, D.Sc. 

Gautby, Constance Bertha, M.Litt. 

Gautby, George, M.A., M.D. 

Gay, Charlie Matthews, M.A. 

Gethen, Leonard, M.A. 

Ghent, Thomas, M..-\. . • 

Gibb. Charles John, M.D. 

Gibson, Mary Hannah, M.A. 

Gilby, Frederick William George, M.A. 

Gilchrist. Douglas Alston. M.Sc. 

Gill. Joseph WiUiain. M.D. 

Gillie, Robert Calder, iM.A. 

Gillmore, Charles Albert, M.A., M.Litt 

Gimblett. John Edward, M. \. 

Gimblett. William Henry. M.D. 

Glover, William, M.A. 

Glyn, Edith Frances, M.A., M.Litt. 

Goldsbrough, GeOrge Ridsdalo, D.Sc. 

Goldsmith, George Pocock, M.D. 

Gomersall. Tom Llewellvn, M.A. 

Gowans, William. M.D. " 

Gray, Robert Alexander Harper, M.Sc. 

Gray, William Robert Henry, M..\. 

Green, Lawrence Henry Macintosh M \ 

Greenwell, Alan, M.A. ^ 

Greenwood, Harold, M..\. 

Gregor, Arthur George, M.A. 

Grenside, George Alexander, M.A. 

Gumey, Helen Mary, M.D. 

Hack, Robert, M.A! 

Haines, Francis Arthur, M.A. 

Hall, George Rome. V-.D. 

Hall, Joseph Gibson, M.A. 

Hall, John William, M.A. 

Hallsworth, Harry Mamwaring, M.Com. 

Hamilton, John, M.D. 

Hancock, Alfred Arthur, M.A. 

Harbottlt. EdUh Elizabeth, M.Litt 

Hardwick, Arthur, M.D. 

Hardy. George Frederick. :\LSc. 

Harpur, Charles, ]\LA. 

Harrington, John, M..^. 

Harris, Alfred Burgy M.A. 

Hyrn.-.. Sampson George \'ictcr, ^!.D. 

Harrison, Frederick, M.A. 

Hart. George Waldegraxe. M..A. 

Hartley. William Robert, M.A. 



11 



l66 MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION. 

Harwood, Robert, .M.A. 

Haswell, Johu, iM.A., D.C.L. 

Havelock, Thomas Henry, D.Sc. 

Hawker, Digby James, M.A. 

Hawkcs, Leonard. M.Sc. 

Hawkyard, Arthur, M.D. 

Haworth, James, M.A. 

Haworth. James Kenworthy Johnston. ]\l.D. 

Hawthorn, Frank, M.D. 

Havward, Douglas Llewellyn, M.A. 

Healing, Charles Arnold, M.A. 

Heaslett, Samuel, M.A. 

Heath, Walter Rowland, M.A. 

Heawood, Percy John, M.A. 

Henderson, Henry Frank Hornby, M.A. 

Henderson, James, M.A. 

Herdener, Charles Frederick, M.A. 

Herdman, Thomas, M.Sc. 

Heslop. Mary Kingdon, M.Sc. 

Heward, Thomas Morley, M.A. 

Heywood, Cyril Percival, M.A. 

Higginson, Charles Gaskell, M.D. 

Hill, Alfred Arthur, M.D. 

Hill, Farquhar John William, M.A. 

Hill, Thomas Eustace, M.A. 

Hindmarch, Winifred. M.Litt. 

Hingeston-Randolph, Herbert Castillion, M.A. 

Hodgkinson, William, M.A. 

Hodgson, Thomas, M.A. 

Holden, John, M.A. 

Hole, John Stockwood, M.A. 

HoUiday, John, M.A. 

Holmes, George Edward Wilmot, M.A. 

Hood, George, M.A. 

Hooper, Willmore, M.A. 

Horner, Bernard, M.A. 

Horner, Egbert William Corthan, M.A. 

Horton, Hubert Ellis, M.A. 

How, Clara Isabella, M.A. (formerly Maxlow). 

How, John Hall, M.A. 

Howden, Robert, M.A., D.Sc. 

Hoyland. William Wordsworth, M.A. 

Hughes, James Richard, M.A. 

Hughes, Peter, M.A. 

Hunter, Charles Aschkenasi, M.A. 

Hunter, Robert Rankin, M.D. 

Hurd. Frank. M A. 

Hutchens, Harold John, M.A. 

Hutton, Alfred Jevons, M.A. 



MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION. 167 

Hj'de, Henry Barry. M.A. 

lad, Charles Uncles. M.D. 

Ingledow, William Arthur James, M.A. 

Innes, Herbert George, M.A. 

Ireland, Richard, M.A. 

Irving, David, M.A. 

Jackson, Alfred Herman, M.A. 

Jackson, Arthur Goddard, M.A. 

Jackson, George William, M.A. 

Jackson, Philip Brierley, M.A. 

Jackson. Sophia Banghani. M.D. 

Jackson, William Edward Gordon, M.A. 

Jaggard, Arthur William Fercival, M.A. 

Jessop, Charles Minshall, M.A. 

Jevons, Frank Bvron, M.A., D.Litt. 

Jillings, William John, M.A. 

Johnson, Robert Litson, M.A. 

Johnson, William, M.A. 

Johnston, Arthur, M.A. 

Jones, John, M.A. 

Jones, John Amallt, M.D. 

Jones. Thomas Pugh, M.A. 

Jones, Vernon Herbert, M.A. 

Key, Harry Ernest, M.A. 

Knapp. Charles Frederick Cooper, M.A. 

Koch, Edward Hermann Alexander, M.A. 

Lancaster, Henry George, M.A. 

Langston, Earle Legh, M.A. 

Latham, Albert George, ^LA. 

Lebonr, Marie Victoire. M.Sc. D.Sc. 

Lee, Thomas Arnold. ;\I.A. 

Leech, Joseph William, M.D. 

Lefroy, Hugh Henry Magrath, IVLA. 

Legg, Ernest William, M.A. 

Leigh, John Dickinson, M.D. 

Lishmau, William Ernest, M.A. 

Logan, Samuel Charles, M.A. 

Louis, Henry, M.A. 

Lowe, William Douglas, M..\. 

Lunisden, Annie Pepplo, M..\. 

Lvle, Robert Patton Ranken, M.D. 

Mabbott, Walter John, M.A. 

Macaulay, William Herrick, M.A. 

McBean, Milbourne Francis, M.A. 

McDonald, Stuart, M.A. 

Macfarlane-Giieve, Angus Alexander, M.A. 

M'Gonigle George Cuthbert M.D. 

McNaught, HerlDert, M.A. 

Macpherson, Bruce Macpherson Broadfoot, D.C.L. 



l68 MI-.MRKRS Ol- CONVOCATION. 

McWalter, James Charles, M.D. 

Maddison, William, M.A. 

Madi^in. Walter Matthew, M.Sc. 

Maguire, Thomas Stephen, M.D. 

Maley, Edwin Albert, M.A. 

Mantle, Alfred. M.D. 

Markby, Alfred Wilkinson, M.A. 

Marston, Herbert John Randall, M.A. 

Martin, Wil iani, M.A., M.D. 

Martin, W^illiam Thomas, M.A. 

Martin-Ellis, William Martin. M.A. 

Ma.-.tfrnian. Ernest Wiiliam Gurney. M.D. 

Mawer, Allen, M.A. 

Mavnard. Edwii'. M.D. 

Meek, Alexander, M.Sc. 

Menzies. lames Acworth. M.A. 

Merrick, Edward, M.Sc. 

Miller, George Christopher, M.A. 

Mitchell, .\rthur Anglin, M.A. 

Mitchell, Mortimer .\lexander William, M.A. 

Montague, Arthur John Helm, M.D. 

Moor, John, M.A. 

Moore, James Harry, M.A. 

Morison, James Rutherford, M.A. 

Mori.son. Sir Tlieodore M.A. 

Morrow, John, M.Sc. 

Moulsdale, Stephen Richard Piatt, M..\. 

Mulholland, Philip Melanchthon, M.A. 

Mullett, Francis Edmund Addenbrook, M.A. 

Murray, Flora, M.D. 

Murray, Isabella Gertrude, M.Litt. 

Murray, John William Craufurd, M.A. 

Murrav, Samu^'l R^ t<inal(l Glanvill, M.A. 

Murray, William, M.D. 

Navlor, James William, M.A. 

Netten, William, M.A. 

Nicholson, John William, M.A. 

Nickal, Dorothea Barbara, M.I.itt., !\I.A. 

Noel, George Henry. M.A , B.D 

Noel-Cox, Herbert Lovis, M.D. 

Norris, Richard Alban, M.A. 

OldfK-ld. 1 hornas Murphy, M.A. 

Oldroyd, Albert Edward, M.A. 

Oliver, Elsie (see Wardley-Smith;.^ 

Oliver, Sir Thomas, M.D. 

Olivier. Gerard Ker.r. M.A. 

Ormerod, Jo.seph Thomas, M.A. 

Orton, Wmitrc- !e Emilv, M.A. 

Owen, Llewellyn Arthur, M.A. 

Owen, Margaret, (See Chandler). 



MEMBERS OV CONVOCATION. 169 

Pace, Edward George, M..\. 

Palmer, Frederick Stephen, M.D. 

Palmer, Thomas Francis, M.A. 

Parfit, Joseph Thomas, M.A. 

Parkin, Alfred, M.D. 

Parkinson, Charles, M.A. 

Pattison. Horace, M.A. 

Paulley, Frederick Edmimd, M.A. 

Payne, William Henry, M.D. 

Pearce, George Hariier. M.L). 

Pegg, Edward Thomas, M.A. 

Pentin, Herbert, M.A. 

Perkins, Thomas Henry, M.A. 

Perrv. G<x)rgp Stew trt. M.A. 

Pestle, Edward Pelham, M.A. 

Petch, Charles Cousens, M.A. 

Pickup, Frederick, M.A. 

Piercy, William Coleman, M.A. 

Pippet, Gregory Bernard, M.A. 

Pitcher, Walter Hugo, M.A. 

Piatt, Frederic, M.A. 

Plummer, Selby Wetherell, M.D. 

Potter, Michael Cresse, M.A. 

Powell, Thomas William, M..\. 

Procter, David. M. \. 

Purser, John William, M.A. 

Quelch, John Bewick, M.A. 

Raine. George, M.Litt. 

Raper, John, M.A. 

Rawlings, George William, M.A. 

Redgrave, Hyma Henry, M.A. 

Redgrave, Hyma Goulden, M.Litt. 

Reed, Reginald Charles, M.A. 

Reffell. George Claudius Edowoo, M.A. 

Rendell, James Carter, M.A. 

Renney, Henry, M.D. 

Richards, George William, M.D. 

Richards, Sydney William Letcher, MA. 

Ridgway, William John, M.A. 

Ridley, Sarah Ann, M.Litt. 

Ritson, Frederick William, M.A. 

Robbins, Walter. M.A. 

Roberts, Robert Edwin, M.A. 

Robertson, George Scott, M.Sc. 

Robertson, John, M.A. 

Robinson, Arthur, M.A., D.C.L. 

Robinson, .Arthur Henrv, M.D. ., . 

Robinson, Charles Richard, M.A. 

Robinson, Lucretia Annie, M A. 



170 MliMHKKS Ol- ION \OC A I ION. 

Kobinson. Percy I.ucock, M.Sc. 

Kolunson. William. M.D. 

Robson, James. M.A. 

Robson. R(>l)frt, :\I.Sc. 

Robson. William. M..\. 

Rogers. Frederick, M.A. 

Rogers, Gortr\iclc, ]\[.],itt. 

Ross. Daniel Mcriure. M.D. 

Ruck, Charles Edmund. M.A. 

Rum boll, Charles Frederick, M.D. 

Ru.st. Edward. M.A.. B.D. 

Rutter. Francis Burchetl. M.D. 

Sadler, Frederick ,\thelstane, M.A. 

Salvage, John Valentine, M.D. 

Samuel, John Evan. M.A. 

Schofiekl. Charlotte Bean. M.Sc. 

Scott, Inglis Charles Reymond, M.A, 

Scott, Sidney Herbert. M.A. 

Sedgwick, Francis. M.A. 

Sewell. William Tait, M.D. 

Sharpe, Aubrev I ister. M.A. 

Sharpe, William Salisbury, J\I.D. 

Shea, John Goodwin, M.D. 

Shepperd. William M.A. 

Shewring, Ernest Edward, M.A. 

Shields, Albert Edward Almond, M.A. 

Shields, Frederic \\'illiam, M.A. 

Shildrick, Henry John, M.A. 

Short. Joseph, D.C.L. 

Shortt, ( harles De I. isle, D.C.L. 

Sladden, Harry Eversley. M.A. 

Smallwood, Robert Henry, M.A. 

Smith, Arthur Henry, M.A. 

Smith, Charles Elewellyn, M.A. 

Smith, Hannah. M.A. 

Smith, Henry, M.D. 

Smith. Henrv John I.ane. M..\. 

Smith, Herbert Arthur, M.D. 

Smith, John Philip, M.A. 

Smith, John Reader, M.A. 

Smith, Leigh, M.A. 

Smith, Robert Greig. M.Sc. »' 

Smith, Sherwin, M.A. 

Smith, Stanley Parker. D.Sc. 

Smurthwaite. Henry. M.D. 

Smythe, John Armstrong, D.Sc. 

Sparrow, William John, M..\. 

Spicer, Frederick. M.D. 

Spink, Hubert Octavius, M..\. 



MEMBERS OF CONVOCATION. I71 

Squance, Thomas Coke. M.D. 

Steen, Tliomas Hope, M.A. 

Stewart, Joseph ColUngwood, M.S. 

Stimpson, James Frederick Alexander, M.A. 

Stocks, Edward Vazeille, M.A. 

Stokes. John. M.D. 

Stone, Frank, M.A. 

Stott, Frank Charles. M.A. 

Straker Hnrrv. :\I.A. 

Strange, George Harold. M.A. 

Stroud. Henry, D.Sc. 

Sumpter, Walter John Erneley, M.D. 

Sutton, Reginald Harrv, M.A. 

Sweeting, Robert Charles Sheldon, M.A. 

Talbot, James, M.A. 

Tanner. Thomas Coombe, ;\I.A. 

Tatham, Frederick Hugh, M.A. 

Tavlor, Edwin, IM.Sc. 

Taylor, Ernest, M..\. 

Tavlor. James Arthur, M.A. 

Taylor. Mmuie. M.Litt. 

Taylor, Thomas Ernest. M.A. 

Tennant, Christopher, M.A. 

Terrv. ^larian. ]\i.Litt. 

Theodosius, Harold George, M.A. 

Theodosius. Norman Henry, M.A. 

Thomas, Evan, M..\. 

Thomas. John Sisley, M.A. 

Thomas, Martha .\nne, ^I.A. 

Thomas, Sutcliffe, M..\. 

Thompson. Edward. M.A. 

Thompson, James Andrew, M.A. 

Thompson, John Ridley. M.Sc. 

Thompson. Leo Anthony. M.Sc. 

Thompson, Percy Roland. IM.Sc. 

Thomson. George Keith. IM.Litt., M.A. 

Thomson, Godfrey Hilton, M.Sc. 

Thomson, Michael Andrew, ^M.A. 

Thornton, Robert William, M..\. 

Thornton, William ?ilandell, M.Sc. 

Timperley, Isaac Robinson, M..\. 

Tindall. Charles Anthony. M.A. 

Tolliday, Richard Edward, M^A. 

Tomlinson, George, M.A. 

Tompkins, Frederick George, M..A. 

Townson, John Firth, M.A. 

Travi-;. William Owen. M.D. 

Treble, Henry Arthur. M.A. 

Tremavne, Charles, M..\. 



172 mi:.\ihi;ks 01 (.iknwka ru>N. 

Tuck, George John, M.A. 

Tuniu-11. Sarah IClizaboth. M.Sc. 

Turner. Geora;e Grey. M.S. 

Turner. Percy Edward. M.D. 

'J urner. Sviinev l^uke. M.D. 

Tymnis, Frederick Charles, M.A. 

van der Heyden, Alexander Frederick, M.A. 

Vase\-, I'hdmas. M..\. 

Vickers, Kenneth Hothani. M..\. 

Wainwright, Robert, M..-\. 

Waiti', Martiuoi, M..\. 

Waite, Peter James, M..\. 

Walker. Dawson, M.A., D.D. 

Walker, Frank Parker, M.Sc. 

Wallis, Charles Steel, M.A. 

Walshe. William Gilbert, M-.A.. 

Walters, Richard Clayton, M.A. 

Walters, Thomas Collins, M..\. 

Walton, Ilenrv Ma\irice, ?,I..\. 

Walton, John Hutchinson, M.A. 

Walton, William Sydney, M.A. 

Ward, John Gill, M.A. 

Wardale, John Dobson, M./\. 

Wardle, Christopher, M.A. 

Wardle, Edwin, M.A. 

Wardley-Smith. Elsie, M..--C. (formerly Oliver). 

Warner, Stephen Mortimer, M.A. 

Washer, George Ernest, M.A. 

Waters, Robert ,\nior, M..\. 

Watkins, Helen Margaret Gwyllyam, M.A., M.Litt. 

Watkins, Henry William, M.A., D.D. 

Waton, jane, M.Sc. (formerly Graham). 

Watson, Frederick Bainbridge, M.A., M.Sc. 

\\'ebl). Frederick Kei,nnald, M.A. 

Webb, William Alfred, M.A. 

Webster. John William. M.A.. M.Litt. 

Webster, William George, M.A. 

Welch, John Joseph, M.Sc. 

Wcich, Ralph Younger, M.Litt., M.A. 

Weller, Frank Moir, M.A. 

Westgarth, I-rederic William M.A. 

White, Edward James, M..\. 

White, James .Atkin Henlon, M.D. 

Whiting, Charles Edwin, M.A. 

Whittaker, Harold Hindle, M.A. 

Whittick, Fallon Percy, M.D. 

Wilcox, Frederick Thomas, M.A. 

Wilkes, Richard Minikin, M.A. 

Wilkinson, Charles Thomas Belcher, M.A. 



MEMBERS oy CONVOCATION. 1 73 

Wilkinson, Joseph, MA. 

Willan, Robert Joseph. M.S. 

Williams, Morris, M.A. 

Williams, Thomas Powell, M.A. 

Williamson, William John, M.A. 

Willimott. Hugh Rudolph, M.A. 

Wilson, Christopher Stockdale, M.A. 

Wilson, Harold Beesley, M.A. 

Wilson, John, M.A. 

Wilson, John George, M.A. 

Wilson, William Teasdale, M.A., M.D. 

Wimberlev. Charles Frederic Arabin, M.A. 

Windsor, Reginald W\-nne, M.A. 

Wolfenden, W^illiam Instone, M.A. 

Wood, James Kirkman, M.A. 

Wood, John William, M.A. 

Wood, Thomas Outterson, M.D. 

Woodward, Harry, M.A. 

Woolacott, David, D.Sc. 

Worsley, Frederick Wilham, M.A. 

Worsnop, Kathleen, M.A. 

Wright, Frank Nelson, M.A. 

Wright, William Henry, M.D. 

\\ ykes, William Mackman, M.A. 

Wylie, David Thomas, M.D. 

Yates, William Robert, M.A. 

Yeld, Marion Moore Heart, M.Litt. 

Young, Ernest Charles, M.D. 

Young, John, M.A. 



II 



SUBJEdS OF EXAMINATION. 

E X A M I X A ! 1 N FOR M AT R 1 C U [.AT ION. 



Paefo retereiici' correclions Subjects of Ex.iiiiiiiati(->ii, pp. 175-279. 

p. 191, line y (iVo'.ii too'i) for p. 36 r<'«<i' p. 222. 

p. 192, line 6, /'or p. 10 /-£>««? p. ig6. 

p. 203, line 8, /'or p. 60 read p. 2-i6. 

p. 204, note I, /o^'pp. 4, 5, read pp. 190, 191. 

p. 204, note 2, for p. \ 1 read p. 197. 

p. 220, line ij, /'or pp. 13-15 read pp. 199-201. 

p. 221, line 4,/o/-pp. 2 1, 27 read pp. 207, 213. 

p. 228, line 10, /or p. 59 read p. 245. 

p. 251, line 9 (from foot)_/c>/' p. 45 read p. 180. 

p. 265. l.isl line, /t)/- p. sC)! read p. 262. 



September !4tli ; in 1921 on Tuesday, July 5th, and Tuesday, 
September 13th. 

Each candidate who wishes to be admitted to any of the 
Durham Colleges shall, a fortnight before the examination, 
send his name tog'elher with the required fee, to the Head 
of the Colleg'e which he wishes to join or to the Censor of 
Xon-Colleg"iate Students. 

Each candidate in Music shall send to the Secretary of 
Examinations, University Offices, North Bailey, Durham, 
one calendar month before the fir><t day of the Examination 
at which he wishes 10 present himself, a paper containing 
name, in full, the particular subjects in which he wishes to 
be examined, tojj-ether with the required fee. 



I 



SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

EXAMINAIION FOR MATRICUI.ATION. 



Ma r RUT I. A HON BvVXKll. 

D. iJ.uniniond, M.A., iM.IX, P. J. Heawcod. M.A. 

D.C.L. K. Howden, M.A., M.B., D.Sc. 

J. W. Duff, M.A., n.Litt. F. B. Jevons. M.A.. D.Lit!. 

H. Ellorshaw. M.A. R. P. R. Lvle. M.A., ^[.I). 

Henrv Stroud, M.A., D.-Sc. 



GENERAL REGULATIONS. 

1. For candidates desiring- to be admitted to the Durham 
Colleg-es, and for candidates taking- part of the Exaniiiiation 
as an Entrance Examination in Music the Examination is held 
in Durham (Lecture Rooms, Palace CTreen) in January, July, 
and Ociober. 

F'or candidates for the B.A. and for Music the Examination 
begins on a Tuesday ; in iq20 on June 2glh and October 12th ; 
ill iq2i on January 1 nh, June 28lh and October iith. 

For candidates desiring to be admitted to the College of 
Medicine or to Armstrong- Colleg-e, the Examination is held in 
Newcastle in Julv (at Armstrong Colleg-e), and September 
(at College of IVIedicine). 

In iq20 the E.xamination in Newcastle iov admission to the 
College ot Medicine or to Armstrong- College, beg-ins at 
10 a.m. ; in iq>o on Tuesday, Jul}' 6th, and Tuesday, 
September 14th ; in ig2T on Tuesday, July 5th, and Tuesday, 
September 13th. 

Each candidate who wishes to be admitted to any of the 
Durham Colleges shall, a forlnig-ht before the examination, 
send his name tog^elhei' with the required fee, to the Head 
of the Colleg-e which he wishes to join or to the Censor of 
Non-Colleg-iate Students. 

Each candidate in Music shall send to the Secretary of 
Examinations, University Offices, North Bailey, Durham, 
ouc culoidar month before tiie first day of the Examination 
at which he wishes 10 present himself, a paper containing- 
name, /;/ />///, the particular subjects in which he wishes to 
be examined, together with the required fee. 



176 SIBJECIS lU- KXAMINA HON. 

Earli (.aiuliJaio wiio wishes to eiUi-r llu- College of Medicine 
sliall si'iid to Professor Howiieti. CoUeg-e of Medicine, Xewiastle- 
oii-Tvne, and eaeh candidate who wishes to enter Armstrong 
College, shall send to the Re^istra•, Armstrong Collei;-e, 
Newcasile-on-Tvne, a paper containing name in full, the 
particular subjects in which he wishes to be examined, together 
with the required fee, one calendar month before the first day 
of the Examination at which he wishes to present himself. 

2. Each candidate shall pay a fee of C\ los. on each 
separate occasion on which he desires to be examined. 

3. Candidates sending in Iheir names after the time 
appointed pay an additional fee of 5s. Names of candidates 
sent in alter the lime-table is printed can only be accepted 
(if at all) on payment of an additional fee oi £\. The lime- 
table is printed a fortnight before the Examination commences. 

4. Xo entry can be accepted unless it be accompanied by 
the fee, and no late entry unless it be accompanied by the 
extra fee required. 

5. No fee will be returned. 

6. Candidates who have entered for the Examination may 
withdraw their names upon giving the Secretary nine days' 
notice; and in that case may enter either at the next 
Examination or the next but one (but not afterwards) without 
further paj'ment. 

7. t'andidates who have witlidrawn iheir names will have 
them placed on the list for the next Examination, and if 
candidates wisji to defer being examined to the next 
Examination but one, they must give due notice as pi.ivided 
in 6 above. 

8. Persons who have passed any of the Examinations 
recognised by the University as equivalent to its Matriculation 
Examination (for list see below), and who therefore wish to be 
excused the Matriculation Examination, must send to the 
Secretary of Examinations of the Durham Colleges or of the 
College o( Medicine or of .Armstrong College (as given above) 
according to the College which they Wisli to enter, proof that 
they have passed such Examination, together with the fee of 

^"1 I OS. 

SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

Rkligiois In.structio.n.— Some specified portion or portions 
of the Bible. For 1920, I and II Samuel, and the Gospel of 
St. John. For 1921, I and II Kings, ,a«rf the Gospel of St. 
Malihew. For 1922, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, and Acts l^XV. 
All to be studied in the revised version. 

N.B.— The Greek Testament portion may be oflfered instead 
of English at Durham, in 1920-21, St. Mark; in 1922, St. 
Matthew. 



MATRICLLATIOX. 1 77 

or Ancient History. — Some specified portion of Greek or 
Roman History. For 1920 and 1921, Greek Hislor\-, 510-431 
B.C. ; in 1921, 594-404 B.C. ; 1920-21, Roman History, i-;_V44 
B.C. ; in 1 92 1, 264-49 B.C. 

Mathematics. — (a) Arithmetic. (6) Geomeir\- of the triangfle, 
parallelogram and circle, including- the substance of Euclid, 
Books I, n, in, with eas\' deductions and practical con- 
structions with ruler and compasses, &c. Xo candidate to 
pass who cannot make intellig'ent application of the subject- 
matter, (c) Alg-ebra, up to and including- Quadratic EqualioPis. 

ExTR.\ Mathematics. — in) Arithmetic. {b) Elementary Plane 
Geometry of the triangle and circle, theory' of proportion and 
similar figfures. {c) Alg-ebra, up to and including the Binomial 
Theorem for a positive integral exponent. {d) Plane 
Trigonometry, up to and including the solution of triangles. 

English. — Composition of a short Essay. Either a portion 
ot a special author or authors or *general questions in English 
Literature. Grammar. Analysis and parsing. 

Presciibed books. For 1920, Shakespeare, Macbeth \ Milton, 
Paradise Lost, I, II; B^-ron, Childe Hai-old, Cantos iii, iv. 
For 1921, Shakespeare, JiiJius Caesar; Wordsworth (Poems, 
ed. C. Thomson, Cambridge Press) ; Scctt, Woodstock ; Addison 
and Steele, Coi'etley Papers. For 1922, Shakespeare, A Mid- 
summer Night's Dream ; Spenser, Faerie Queen, Bk. ii ; 
Tenn\'son, Comitig of Arthur, Holy Grail, Last Tour)iamenf, 
Guinivere, Passing of Arthur. 

L.\TIN. — Grammar. Translation of short sentences from 
English into Latin Translation into English of passages from 
books not previously specified. Translation into English of 
books previously specified. "t Foi- 1920, Cicero, Pro Roscio 
Ameritio, or Vergil, Aeneid, Book L For 1921, Cicero, de 
Senectiite, chs. I-XIX and \'ergil, Aetieid VI. For 1922, 
Caesar, Invasion o( Britain (Gallic War iv, 20 — v, 23) and 
\'ergil, Aeneid, viii. 

N'.B. For Candidates who prefer it, in place of translation 
from the prescribed book, further passages from books not 
previo-.iskv specified will be set. Candidates, however, must 
notify their wish when sending in their names. 

Greek. — Grammar {a) Accidence, (b) the use of the cases, 
prepositions, negatives, simple uses of the subjunctive and 
optative, conditional sentences and indirect speech. Translation 
of short sentences from English into Greek. Translation into 
English of passages from books not previously specified. 
Translation into English of books previously specified.* 

* Candidates must state their choice. 

t In the case of a change of set books in lang-uages other than Eng-Hsh, 
altern.itive papers will bo set from the old book*, at the Examination .-it 
which the chang-e first comes into effect, but not afterwards. 



17S SrHJI-XTS OF KXAMINATION. 

For ii)JO, lit/icr Xfiioplion, Anabasis, 111, IV, of Euripides 
Mcdra. For 19JI, Xeiiophon, Anabasis, Bk. ///, ««fl? Eiiiipides, 
jUt'di'a, 1-763. For 1922, Xenophoii, Anabasis V, and EuripiiU's, 
Alcistis (Sidgwicks Scenes from the Greek Dramatists). 

\.B. — For Candiiiates wiio prefer it, in place of translation 
from the prescribed books, further passag'es from books not 
previously specified will be set. Candidates, however, must 
notify iheir wish when sendint^ in Ihoir names. 

Fkknch. — Grammar. Translation from Engflish into French, 
or the composition of an Essay in French. Translation into 
EnsJflish of passag'es tVom books not previously specified. 

Gkrman. — Grammar. Translation from Eng"lish into German, 
or the composition of an Essay in German. Translation into 
Eng-lish of passagfes from books not previously specified. 

Some othkk LAXCtAGK, approved bv ihe Matriculation 
Board.* 

EtEiMKNTARV LoGlC. — The Elements of Deductive and 
Inductive Logic ; terms, definition and division, propositions — - 
their opposition and interpretation, the syllogism, hypothetical 
arguments, fallacies, the nature of induction, its chief methods 
and chief sources of error. Text book recommended : 
Jevons" Elementary Lessons in Logic (omitting lessons xxii 
and xxiii). 

Botany. — The external form and gross anatomy of flowering 
plants as far they can be studied with the aid of a lens. The 
structure and pollination of flowers. The fundamental facts oi 
plant physiology, as derived from experiments that have been 
performed by the candidates themselves. The examination 
shall include practical questions upon common British plants. 

or 

Zoology. — The elementary anatomy and physiology of the 
Rabbit ; the structure of the cell and the general microscopical 
structure of the tissues of the body of such an animal as the 
Rabbit ; the elementary strucrture, habits, and life-history of 
the Amoeba, the fresh-water Polype (Hydra), the Earthworm 
f{.nd the Frog. 

Physical and CjKNi;r<AL Geography.— The elementary facts 
of the earth in its relation to the solar system. Day and nig'lit. 
Climate and the seasons. Eclipses. Distribution of land and 
water. Continental and oceanic areas. Contours. Heights and 
depths. .Mountain and river systems. Atmosphere. Physical 
Characteristics. Thermometer and barometer. Climate. Rain- 

* The following- arc approved bv the Board :— Italian, Portuguese, Russian. 
Spnnish, Arabic. Pali, Persian, Sanskrit. Urdu, Chinese, Hebrew. Candidates 
offering .Toy of these Languageji can only do so, provided (a) tlie general rules 
for entrance to the various Faculties are not infringed; (b) the Candidate pay 
such extra fee as will cover the expenses of the Examination. 



MATRICULATION. 1 79 

fall and winds. Sea : composition, temperature, waves and 
currents. Earth sculpture and the agfents by which it is 
effected. Earth movements and their results. Tlie elements 
of the distribution of animals and plants. Political Geography 
g'enerally as dependent upon Physical Geography. The 
elements of the Political Geography of the British Empire, 
especially that of the United King-dom. N.B. — A knowledge 
of the Conventional Sig'ns used in Ordnance Maps will he 
required. 

English History. — The chief developments oi' English 
History, a choice of questions being given. X.B. — In this 
paper a choice of Geographical questions illustrating the chief 
events in English History will be set for candidates for 
degrees in Engineering and N'aval Architecture. 

Experimental Science. — Measurement of length, area, and 
volume. The balance, and weighing-. Comparison ot the 
metric and British systems of weights and measures. Velocity, 
acceleration, force. Ths^ relation of mass and weight. Measure- 
ment of forces [e.g., by Jie spring balance). Composition of 
two forces acting at a point. Resolution of forces. Attwood's 
machine, and the g^eneral laws of falling" bodies. The character- 
istics of matter in solid, liquid, and gaseous stales. The 
principle ot Archimedes. Density and specific gravity 

determinations. Atmospheric pressure. The barometer. 
Boyle's law. General ideas of the effect of heat on matter. 
Measurement of temperature Thermometers. The principle 
and construction of the mercurial thermometer. Changes oi 
length, area, and volume of solids, and volume of liquids, and 
gases, with change of temperature. Measurement of quantity 
of heat, and calorimeters. Specific heat. The following in 
reference to ice, water, and steam : change of state, latent 
heat, melting point, boiling" point. Simple phenomena of heat 
in connection with conduciion, convection, and radiation. Heal 
as a form of energy. Chemical and physical change ; the 
indestructibility of matter. Elements, compounds, and 

mixtures ; the constancy of composition of compounds. Air, 
oxygen and nitrogen ; the discovery of the composition oi' 
air ; combustion ; respiration. Water ; its properties and 
composition ; natural waters ; water for domestic purposes ; 
the saline constituents of natural waters ; hard and soft 
waters. The study of limestone, of salt, and of washing" soda. 

or 

Chemistry. — Chemical and Physical Change. Mixtures. 
Compounds. Elements. Formula;. Equations. Calculations 
of Weights of Materials taking" part in chemical reactions. Air. 
Oxygen. Nitrogen. Combustion. Respiration. Correction of 
Gas volumes for Temperature and Pressure. Water, Hydrogen 
Composition of Water. Natural W^aters. Water as a solvent 



l8o SL'BJECTS OK EXAMINAIION. 

Siilpluir — its conipoiiiuis wilh Hydrogen and with Oxygen ; 
Siilpluiiii- Acid. Sulphates. SaU. Chlorine — its compound 
with Hydrogen : the Oxy-acids of Chlorine. Carbon. Tjpical 
Hvdrides o( Carbon. Oxides of Carbon. Fuel — Coal. Nitric 
Acid. Niiiates. Oxides of Nitrogen. Ammonia. I'hosphorus. 
Its 1 1 vilride and Chlorides. Phosphoric .\cids. Law of Constant 
Pi-oporiion. Law of Multiple proportion, and the Law of 
X'olumes as illustrated by the composition of the compounds of 
the commoner non-metais. The Atomic Theory. Calculation 
of the Volumes of Gases resulting from chemical reactions. 
The General Physical and Chemical characters of the Metals. 



Physics. — Simple physical measurements, aiiLJ the principles 
and uses of the apparatus required. Expansion of solids, liquids 
ani.1 gases due to change of temperature. Thermometry. 
Calorimeiry. Specific Heat. Liquefaction and Solidification. 
V^aporization and Condensation. F^bullition. Latent Heat. 
Conduction, Convection and Radiation. Heat and Work. 
Propagation of Light. Velocitj' of Light. Photometry. 
Reflection and Refraction of Light. Formation of Images by" 
plane and spherical mirrors and ihin lenses. The prism. The 
spectrum. Simple phenomena of magnetism and magnetic 
measurements. Terrestial Magnetism. Electrostatics. Batteries 
and the production of Electric Currents. Ohm s law and simple 
electriv-al measurements. Magnetic, chemical and heating 
effects of the electric current. .Simple phenomena of eleclro- 
niagneiic induction. 

XoTK. — Candidates in Phj'sics should have had practical 
experience in a Laboratory. 

Elk.mh.ntarv Mechanics. -Rectilinear Motion. Laws of 
Motion. Composition and Resolution of Vectors. Theory of 
Moments. Elementary Principles of Statics. Centres of 
Gravit\' ol simple soTuis L'niform Circular Motion. 

SUBJECTS REOUIKEn IX THE VARIOUS FACULTIES. 

A. At TH1-; Di kham CoLLiiut-:s and Associated 
Thi;oia^gicai. Colleges. 

"All Candidates must offer six subjects (a) Latin, and (6) 
five other subjects as follows : (i) Greek or French or German . 
(2) Mathematics <'r Logic; (31 English* «/■ Greek Testament; 
(41. (51 Two of the following : Religious Knowledge, Ancient 
History, English History, Geograpliy or one of the above 
subj' cts not already offered. 



* Candidates takinff part of the examination to qualify for admission as 
stmlcnts in Music must pass at one and the same time in Enfjflish and three 
other suhiects. or two other subjects if one be a forcii^n laiipiiatre. 



MATKICL LA (ION. l8l 

B. At the College of Mediclne. 

Medicine. — In order to enter on a course of sIikIv tor a 
deg'ree in Medicine a student must liave previously satisfied the 
Examiners in the following subjects :-([ ) Mathematics. (2) 
English. {3) English History. (4) Phy>^ical and CTeneral 
Geography. (5) Latin. I (6) One subject selecleti from 
the following- : — Greek. French. German. 

( 77/<' ir/>i>7'f exaiiiiiui/itiii is recogii ised by the General Medical 
Council for the Registration of' Medical students). 

Studenis wiio ha\e satisfied llii- requirements of the Cieneral 
Medical Council as regards Registration, in some Examination 
other than the Durham Matriculation, ov its equivalent (tor list 
see below), may enter on a course of study foi- a degree in 
Metlicine upon saiistVing the Examineis of the Universit)' of 
Din'ham in an\ three ol the siibjei-t'i oi the Matriculation 
ExAmination (e.xclusive oi Religious Instruction and Elementary 
Maiheniaiics), provided that one of them al least is a language 
other than English. 

In the case oi a siudi'iU in Meilicine who has studied only 
one \'ear in the Uni\er>it\', tlie above Reg-iilations must have 
been complied with at Icasi \.^\\\.' year before the candidate 
presents himself for his tinai examination. 

N\i Biichelor oi Metlicine shall lie admitied as a candiilale 
foi' the liegree oi Doctor of Medicine unless at some time 
pi"e\ious to the Examination he has satisfied the Examiners 
for the M.iliiculation Examination or has passed in one of 
the Examinations which exempt from the Matiiculation 
Examination eithei" in Greek or in Cyeiman. 

C. Ak.m.stk(.>.\g College. 

I. — St EJECTS <>V EXAMI.XAI ION. 

The subjects of examination aie : — 

(a\ Matheniaiics, or Extra Mathematics. 

(}}\ i-:nghsh. 

((I English History. 

{d\ English HislO!\' and Geogiapliv. 

((') Cieography. 

• ( /! Religious Instruction. 

■ Is:;) Latin. 

(/,l Cireek. 

(/) French. 

(/) German. 

{k\ Italian, Russian, .Spanisii. 

(/) Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, I'ali, Persian, Poiuigviese^ 
Sanskrit, Urdu. 



t In the case ot Orient.il Students. Sans»liiil may be oUer»a at t*ie 
Matrlriilarion Examination in place of Latin. 
12 



lS2 



srnjKCIS Ol- KXAMiNA I ION. 



(/«) AiK'ieiit Ui>.lor\-. 
(«) Experiinontal Science, L'litMiiisiry, I'hysics. 

(0) Motaiiv, Zoolog-}'. 
{/>) Mechanics. 

Candidates must satisfy the Kxaminers in six subjects selected 
from tlie above Msl. Tlie choice ot subjects depends upon the 
deifree couise upon which it is proposed to enter. 

2. — PlRE SCIENCK. 

{a} In 1920. 
Candidates who iiropose to enter in October, 1920,' upi>n a 
course of study for tlie liejcree o'i B.Sc. in Pure .Scienctr must 
first satisfy- the Examiners in six subjects as under: — 
Either Mathematics or Extra Mathematics. 
English. 

Eng-lish History. 

One of the four languajfes Latin, Greek, French, CiMinan. 
Two other subjects selected from the list, provided that — 

(1) Onl}- one subject is selected from tlie g'roup («). 

(2) Only one subject is selected from the yroup |«l. 

(3) Not more than two foreign laiii^uagfes in ail .ire 

selected. 

(/;) After 1920. 
Canilidales wlu) i>ropose to enter in October, 1921, and 
following' sessions upon a course of stud}' for the degree oi 
B.Sc. in Pure Science must (irst satisfy the Examiners in six 
subjects as imder : — 
Extra Mathematics. 
English. 
Either English History i)r English History and Geog'r.iph)'. 
One oi the four languages Latin, Cireek, Frt-ni'li, (jerman. 
Chemistry. 
I'hysics. 

3.- A(;kili i.TiKE, MiMNc; anj) .Mktai.llkgv, 
Candidates who propose to enter upon a course of study for 
the degree of B..Sc. in Agriculture, Mining or Metallurgv 
must first satisfy the Examiners in six subjects as under : — 
Either Mathematics or Extra .Mathematics. 
English. 

English History. 
One of the four languages Latin, tjreek, French, German. 
T-xo other subjects selected from the list, provided that — 

(1) Onl^bne sMbject -s seiiected from the group («). 
-(2)- Only one subject is selected from the group (o). 
(3) ^ Not ' more than two foreign languages in all are 
selected. 



MATRICULATION. 1 83 

4. — Engineekinc; and Naval Architectlre. 
tarKiidates who propose to enter upon a course of siud\- for 
ilie degree of B.Sc. in Engineering (Civil, Mechanical, IMarine, 
or Electrical) or in Naval Architecture, must first satisfy the 
Examiners in six subjects as under : — 
Extra Mathematics. 
English. 

English History and Geography. 
One oi the four lang-uages Latin, Greek, French, Geiinan. 
Eitlier Experimental Science and Mechanics ; or 
T'.vo o^ the following — Chemistry, Physics, Mechanics. 

5.— Arts. 
Candidates who propiise to enter upon a course of study for 
rthe degree o^ B.A. nnist first satisfy the Examiners in six 
subjects as under: — 

Either Mathematics or Extia Mathematics. 
English. 

English HisIor\-. 
Either Latin or Greek. 

'J\i<o other subjects selected from the list, provided that — 
(i) Both Latin ixnd Greek may be taken and counted. 
(2) Not inore than two foreign langu.iges in .nil are 

selected. 
(,■;) Only one subject is selected from the group [n]. 
(4) Only one subjei'l is selected from the gi"oup [a). 

6. — CO.MMERCE. 

Candidates who propose to enter upon a course oi slud\ for 
'the degree of B.Com. must first satisfy the PZxaminers in six 
/subjects as under : — 

Eitlier Mathematics or Extra Mathematics. 
English. 

English History. 
One of the five languages, Freni-h, German, Italian, Russian, 

Spanish. 
Ttvo other subjects selected from the list provided that — 
(1) Only one subject is selected from the group (;/). 
(z) Onl\- one subject is selected from the g'roup (o). 
(},) Not more than two foreign languages in all are 
selected. 

7. — TEACHEK.S Training Department. 
Candidates who propose to enter the Teachers' Training 
Department within the College, as well as to enter upon a 
■degree course, must, besides satisfying the conditions for the 
degree course proposed, satisfy the conditions for entrance to 
the Teachers' Training Depdrtmenl, b\' selecting subjects as 
niniier : — 



1S4 srnjiais ov i-x.wknai ion. 

Either Miillic-matii-s or ICxira Matlu-malu-s. 

Iiiijflish. 
Either English Hisloiv and Gev->v;raphy (si'iiaiatoly), or 

Eiijjlisli History and Geo^raph)- (combined). 
One of the iouv laiij^^uai^es Latin, Gieek, French, Ciennaii. 
Either a sei'ond laiitjfiiage selected t'rotn the list, or 
One of the lollowing : Chetnislrs, PInsics. Holanv. 

s. I'assinc; of ihk Kxa.mi.sa iion. 

Caiuliiiate-. must ()ass ihe .Matriculation Examination or 
reacli matriiiilalion slainlard in a recojfiiised equivalent exam- 
ination in at least six matriculation suiijects at idw sitti/ii>: If 
these six subjects do not ciualif'y tor matriculation in the 
particular l-'acultj- chosen, a candidate may complete his 
qualifications for matriculation in that Faculty by taking noi 
more tliaii three additional subjects, either in the Mali ii-ulation 
Examiiuition or in a recoifnized equivalent examination. 

9. -I-Olil.U;.\ .Sll DI.MS. 

Before iibtainin^ e.xemption from the .\hitriculalion Exam- 
ination foreig'n students must satisfy a committee, ti> consist 
of the Principal, the \'ice-Principal, and a I~)irector of Studies 
or Senii>r Tutor in tlu' Faculty concerned - 

(i| That they have passed in their own ciMinlry an 
exjimination of a standard equivalent to that of the 
Matriculation Examination. 

(_') That they have a sufficient knowleil^c of Eng^lish to 
profit by a t-ourse oi study. 

SCllOL.\RSHIPS. 

On tiie results o\ the September Matiiculation Examination 
the followintr Scholarships are awarded : 

(fl) The University Metlical Scholarship. Candidates must 
offer Eniflish, Geog-raphy, Latin, Mathematics, Eng^lish 
Historj', ;ind one or two i)f the following- lang'uajjfes : — 
French, Cireek, German. Oiu- Sclmlarship is vacant 
e;icii year. 

(A) The Pears Scliolaisliip (when vacant). Canditlates 
must offer Entfli-h, Latin, .Xdclitiiinal .Mathematics, 
Gri-ek (if a candidate proposes to enter in .Arts or 
Theolog'y); Grt-ek or (^je^TwvAW'or French (if a (.-aniliiiate 
proposes to siud\- Medicine). 



Exhibitions of (^,2>j are ofTe. ed at Durham in July and 
October, on the ri-snUs of liie .Matriculation Examin.'itioii, to 
candidates who intcntl to read for the d.*.<ree of K.A. 



MA TKICL LATION. 1 85 

The Winificvi Foster Scholarship (when vacaiil) is offereil 
at Diiiliai\i to XWnneii Candidates only of liiinteil means, who 
must take the Malriciilation Examination in the subjects lequired 
for entrance on a course of study tor a deg'ree in Arts. 



Examinations kkco(;nised as ngiiVALENT 10 the 
Matriculation Examination {vide General Res^.ulations, 8) :— 

An Examination qualifying" fov a de-jree in Arts of anv 
University of the British Empire. 

Also the follovvinjj- provided the requirements of the Faculty 
which the candidate wishes to enter are satisfied : — 

The Examination foi Responsions of the University of 
Oxford. 

The Previous Examination of the University of Cambridt^'e. 

The Matriculation Examination of the University of Dublin. 

The iMalriculation Examination of the Universitv' of London. 

The I'reliminary Examination of the Joint Board of the 
Scottish Universities. 

The Joint Matriculation Examination of the X'lctoria 
L'niversity of Manchester, the University ot Liverpool, 
the Univei-sity of Leeds, and the L'niversity of Sheffield. 

The Matriculation Examination of the University of Wales. 

The Preliminary ExaminaticMi of the Uiiiversitv of Bir- 
mingham. 

The Matriculation Examinaiion of the Universitv of Bristol. 

The ALilricul ition Examinaiion of the National University of 
Ireland. 

The Matriculation Examination of the Universitv of Sydne}'. 

The Ilig^her Local Examinaiion of the University of Oxford. 

The Higfher Local Examinaiion of the L'niversity of 
Cambridge. 

The School Certificate Examination of the Oxfoid and 
Cambridge Schools Examinaiion Boarti. 

The Senior Local Examination of the Oxfortl Delegacy for 
Local Examinations. 

The Senior Local Examination of the Cambridge Local 
Examinations and Lectures Sytidicate. 

The School Certificate Examination of the University of 
Durham. 



l86 SLUJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

The Scliool Certificate Kxamiiiation of the N'ortlienr 
L'nivei>ities Joint Matriculation I-?<>ai"il. 

The School Certificate Hlxainination of ihe l'ni\ersil\' of 
Bristol. 

The Hiji'her Certificate Kxainiiiatiiin of the Oxfoi-il and 
Cambridj^'e Schools Examinaliciii Board. 

The Hijjfiier School Certificate JCxamination oi' the Oxford 
Delegacy for Local Examinations. 

Tile Hijjher School Certificate Examination of the Cambridge 
Lopal Examinations and Lectures Syndicate. 

The Hig-her Certificate Examination of the University of 
Durham. 

'l"he Higher Certificate E.xamination o( the Northern 
Universities Joint Matriculation Board. 

The Higher School Certificate Examination of the Univ- 
ersity of Bri.stol, 

The Leavingf Certificate of the Higher Cirade of the .Scottish 
Education Department. 

The Senior Certificate or the Honour Certificate F-Ixamina- 
tion of the Central Welsh Board. 

The O.xford Preliminary Examination for Students iti 
Music (for .Students in Music only]. 

The War Office Examination for Certificate A. 

* "In the Faculty of Arts, when any of the above examinations 
contains onlv a part of the subjects required, the certificate 
of such examination will be accepted firo ftr/i/o, and the 
candidate required to satisfy the Durham P'xamineis in such 
subjects as are not covered by the previous certificate. 

For exemptions in .Applieil Science see the .Armstrong Collegfe 
Calendar. 



At Durham only. 



SUBJECTS OF KXAMINAIION 

IN THEOLOGY, ARTS, AND LAW, 
1920-21. 

COURSES FOR L.Th., B.D., and D.D. 

Note. — The Course of study for the Liceoce In Theolog-y 
set out below is tliat which will become compulsory upon all 
candidates who enter an Associated Theolog^ical College in and 
after .Michaelmas Term, 1921. Students who enter upon their 
resideni'e before that date may offer either the subjects .set^ 
out below or those contained in the University Calendar for 
1919-20. In place of the optional subject No, 6, in Par.t.A,^, 
Students -may offer Latin, and in, place of subject No. 6,. inl 
Pan B, Hellenistic Greek, both as prescribed in the former 
syllabus (1919 20). Ex-Service Students will be excused the 
oplional subject in botii PartSv and will be required to satisfy y 
the Examiners in one Language only in subject No. 2 .ot Part 
.\ and Part B. .Subject to the exceptions stated above, 
candidates who offer the subjects of the old syllabus will be-- 
required to offer them in their entirety. 

Students who enter upon their Course of Theological study 
at an Associated Theological College before Michaelmas* 
Term, 1921, may proceed to the Licence in Theology after six 
terms residence. 

LICENCE IN THEOLOGY. 

The Course of study for the Licence in Theology, taken at 
a Theolog^ical CoUeg;,? associated with the University, shall 
extenii over three academical vears (nine terms). 

No candidate shall be eligible, to cpuiit ternis unless he 
shall previcwisly have passed the Matriculation Exajnination. 

The exaniinaiion for the. Lieejice. im Theology is divided, into 
two parts, Part A ami Part B. These parts may be offered 
in either ord«r provided, that no stucjLent shaU becoiije av. 
candidate for either pai:t ujitij he sljaJl have, completed at 
least one academical year oi resid£n^;e, n,or fpr the otliej" part 
until he shall have entered upon his ninth term of residence. 

The subjects of examination are as follows : — • 

P.\«T A. 

I. Old Testament. The general outlines of the history 
contained in the Old Testament, together with a <fpQ£ia4D 
knowledge of a prescribed portion.* 

* The prescribed books will be those required for the Bishops' Bxajjitostion. 
187, 



l88 SIHJKC'TS Ol" KXAMINAIUW. 

2. New Testament. llio Lifo :iiul li-acliing- of our Lord 
as contained in 'he Gospels, loiftMlier with a knowledife 
of i>ne of the Gospels in Greek, and in the Latin'X'ulyate.* 

3. Systematic Theology. The Scriptural Basis and the history 
(>f 'Uc devt'lopint'ni ot the followint;- doctrines: — - 

{ir) t'lod ni I lis Essence, L'nit\', Trinil^■ ; (."realion. 
Man, .Sin. 

{b) The Person and Work of jesus Clnist. 
Candidates will be expected to show a kiuiwledt;c of 
the Creeds and the Ai"ticles of Relig'ion. 

4. Church History. Outlines of the history o\' the (."lunch to 
the dcatii ot (."liarleinasfne. 

5. Christian Morals. 

6. O|)tional Subject. One of the subjects stated below. 

P.AKT B. 

1. Old Testament. The outlines of Old Testament Tlieolot^fy, 

Morals and Worship. 

2. New Testament. The History of the .Apostolic Ag-e, with 
a special knowledge of a prescribed portion of the New 
Tesiamenl in (ireek, and in the Latin \'iilgate.* 

3. Systematic Theology. 

(11) The Person and Work oi' the Holy (jhost. 

{b) The Ministry and the Sacraments. 

(r) The Doctrine of the Last Things. 

Candidates will be expected to show a knowledge of the 
Creeds, the Articles of Religion, and other Confessions of 
Faith, as well as of modern thought upon these subjects. 

4. Church History. The outlines of the History of the Church 
in mediaeval and modern times, with special reference to 
the History of the English Church. An opportunity will 
be given for showing- a knoNvledge of the History of 
Missions. 

5. Christian Worship. The History of Christian Worship, 
with reference to the principal ancient rites. The Historv 
and Rationale of the Book of Common Prayer. 

6. Optional Subject. .A second subject chos«n from the list 
below. 

Optio.nal Subjects. 

Two of these must be tiffered, but a third ina\- be iiftered if 
desired. ' 

I. Greek. Passages for translation from a Classical Greek 
Author with questions upon Greek .Accidence, and the 
more common Syntax Rules. Prescribed Author : — Plato, 
Apology, 



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THEOLOl-.Y. 189 

2. Latin. Passages tov translation from a Latin Author, with 
qiie.siii>ns upon Accidence and Syntax. Short sentences 
for translation into Latin. Prescribed Author : — Cicero, De 
Seiii'itute. 

3. Hebrew. Passajjfes for translation from a prescribed 
portion oi the Old Testament. Hebrew Accidence, Pointing 
.'uul 'he elements of Syntax.* 

4. Logic. The elements of Deductive ami liuiui-tive Log'ic. 

5. English Language and Literature. As set in the Inter- 
meiliate Examination in Arts. 

6. Economics. The elements of Ecom>mic Theory. 

7. Psychology. The elements oi General and Social 
Psycholog-}'. The scope of the subject is indicated by : — 
Pillsbury, Essentials oi Psychology ; MacDoiig-all, .Social 
Psychology. 

8. Ethics. The elements of Ethics. (Mackenzie's Manual of 
Ethics is recommended). A special study of Butler, 
Sermons i-iii ; Mill, LUilitarianism ; Kant, Fundamental 
Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals. 

9. Philosophical Introduction to Theology. 

10. Comparative Study of Religion. 

Candidates for the Licence in Theology may offer upon the 
same occasion of examination, subjects chosen from either 
Part A or Part B, so as to make up the total number of 
subjects required in each part, provided that only the subjects 
numbered correspondingly in each part shall be interchange- 
able. Candidates must have satisfied the examiners in all the 
subjects of both parts before thev will be qualified to proceed 
to the L.Th. 

Candidates may also offer subjects chosen as Optional -Siibjeits 
at any examination held after the completion of their third 
term of residence. Thus the two subjects selected under 6 in 
either part, together with any other optional subject, may be 
offered at an examination other than that at which the 
Theological subjects are offered, provided that not less than 
two optional subjects are offered at one and the same exam- 
ination. The fee for this examination shall be One Pound if 
two subjects are offered, and One Pound, Ten Shillings, if 
more than two subjects are offered. 

No L.Th. can become a Candidate for Honours or foi- the 
Theological Special in the Final B.A. imtil he has passed the 
First Public Examination in Arts or the Intermediate Arts 
Examination. 



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SrUJl-lTS OV KXAMlN* A I ION. 



Kv.iminaiioMs in Pari A ami I'art 1^ will lu" lu"Ul tliii-e liii'ies-' 
a voar, in .Mai\-ll, Jnni\ aiul Hi-c-oi'iibi-'i', I'arl A 'ht'i;iniiint;''t)n 
the Tiiesdav in tlio oiyhtli weok of Kasfer artil tho XWvlni'sclay 
in the eigliili woek of Michael mas TiM-ni. ami on the 'I'lu'sday 
in the eiglilh week of K]iipliany Term, and Part B heifinning- 
on the Thui'sday in the seventh weelc of ICasfer and MiMiael- 
nias TerniN, and on the Tuesday in the eii;lilli week of "Epiphany 
Term. 

NiviK. — When a ehanije of set hooks is maiie in 
lang'ha_sjes, othei- than Ensrfisli, all ernat iVe pa'ssayi-^s' will 
he set fiom the old books at iheexamination al \vhieh 
the t-hanije tirst i-omes in'o effeiM, hut not afleiwards. 

Alternative papers will be set at the March 
Examination in Parts A and B. 

VOR THK niPLOMA l\ TIIKOLOCV. 

Candidates for the Diploma in Theolotfv must be Gradtiate>J of 
s^nie University in the British Empire, and must subsequently 
keep tJirei- terrtis (which must' ordlhai'i'Ty'' be ' ccSnseeutive) by' 
attendance' upoii courses of lectiireK" at I>url)aiii, including' 
)ectm-es in Pastoral Theo'li')^' artd' Eloctition. The co'urse may 
with atlvaTitatje be exfedd'ed (at ilu- candidate's option) over 
six terms. 

jl NI-: AND OlX KMBKK, 1<)21. 

1. Holy Scripture. 

A. tieiieral Introdiiotion to the' Old Testametll with a 

special kiiowledg'e of' certaihi prescribed p6T'tit>ns.- 
Fre^crfbed Portions,'' igii, Isai!a1l 1-12,' 2533. 
Genehal Inli'oduclion td th^" f^few'"' Tes"tai¥>\*»1f v\?ilh- a" 
special knowied.tj'e of the' Four OdspelsT 

B. The Theolo.^y, MVnalsand Worship of the Ok1'Tt«?tainefJt'; 
The History of the Apiislolic .Vgr and WVitingS. 

2. Hellenistic Greek. 

.•V. One of this SA'n'biitlcGo'spem: rcjji, ST. i-iike. 1922V St*. 
Matthew. 
The Epistle' of C'l^rri'tf'nf. 
Grammar and Composition. 
B. Either a portioii of the' .\i-ts or of the Epistles in Cire^ftWv 
iq2i-22, I Corinthians. 
MillTgrfh; Greek' Pafyyri, 16 to end'.- 
Unprepared Translation. 

3. Systematic Theology. 

A. (a) God in His Essenie, L-nity, Trinity, Cieation, 

MkH arid Sin. 
(*•) The Persdri i^^d 'v'l''r»rk (if jattis C.Hrist. Bart^y' 

He'resiir^' of Cdithcrils." 
(f) The History of the Creeds. 



THEOLOGY. H>I 

B, ur) Tlie Person and Work of" the Holy Gliohl. 
(b) The Ministry and the Sacraments. 
(r) The doctrine of the Last Things. • . • ,'. M 

((-/) The History of the chief Confessions of .Faith, 
with special leference to the XXXIX Articles. 

4. Church History. 

A. The General History of the Church to the death of 

CharleniajJiie. 

B. {nj The Ensi;:lish Church in Early and Medieval times. 
i/)] The Entilish Church from the Reformation to the 

present day. 

5, Practical Theology. 

A. CHRISTI.VN MtiRAl^S. 

1. Basis of Christian Eliiics. 

Christian idea of God. 
Doctrine of Sin. 
Human Kesponsibilit}-. 

2. Christian view of man. 

3. Conscience. 

4. The Will-T-Sprin^s of Conduct, Rewards and 

Punishments. 

5. God's call and man's Response. Repentance, 

Faith, Obedience. 

6. The Moral and Intellectual Virtues. 
The Theolosfical \'irtues. 

7. Duty (a) to self (6) to others (r) to God : I'recepts 

and Counsels. 

8. Social Ethics. The Family. The State, The Church. 

B. Christi.xn Worship. 

Principles of Christian Worship. 

The Growth of Early Forms. 

The Chief Rites of the PZast and West. 

Mediceval Services and Service Books. 

The Reformed Service Books. 

The Book of Common Prayer. 

Candidates, niay^^lso be examined, :at their option, in one 
or two (but not more than two) of the foUowinj^': — 

(a) Hebrew. Either Genesis i-iv, or (for those who 
have taken Hebrew in the Final Examination for 
the deg-ree of B.A.I Psalms i-xli. - 
{b] .\pologetics. As set for Final B..\., Theological 

Honours, p. 36. ,■;■••• 

(t) Comparative Studj' of Religion, as set for Final B.A. 
pp. 198-199 of Cal., 1919-20. 
Candidates may present them»>elyes for either Part A jor^ 
Part B of an}^ subject at any examination, . provided that they 
are keeping their third term at least and thai one of the Parts 
of each of the subjects is offered. Candidates shall not be 
qualified to receive the diploma until they have passed in both 
parts of all the subjects. 



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To obtain a place in tlie V'lvst Division llicy must oh'aiii 
g'ood marks in al leasl three of tlie snbjeils 15, and nuist, 
in aiitiition, satisfy the examiners in al least one of the 
optional subjects. 

If this Examination be taken in lieu of the Final Examination 
in Arts (see pag'e 10) the camrKlale must satisfy the examiners 
in l''.irl A or Part B of the subjects numbereti 1-5, 



Dl^iRKK OF BACHKLOR OF D1V1XHV. 

The Exainiiuition for the Degree of B.D. is held 

at Durham annually, in June. All candidates must 

be of at least twenty-five years of ai^e and must 

produce satisfactory testimonials of moral character. 

Candidates must either 

(1) Be g;radiiates in Arts or Letters of the University of 
Durham and of at least two years' standint; from iheir admission 
to liie tleg:ree of B.A. or B.I.itl. ; 

or 
«■ (z) Be g-raduates in Arts of at least two years' stantlinjj- c>t 
some otlier University in the British Empire who have obtained 
the Diplcima in Theolojf}' oi the University of Durham alter 
three terms' residence ; 

Of 

(3)* Have satisfied the Board of the Faculty of Theology that 
they are competent to pursue a course of study in Theology, 
have subseciuently kept three terms' residence in the University 
as Students in Theology and ha\e jiassed the examination for 
the Diploma in Theologw 

Up to and including the year 1922 the following 
cla.sses of candidates, being in /'rics/s' Orders, will 
also be admitted to the examination : — 

(i) An\' B.A. of any University in the British Empire, or any 
L.Th. of Durham, who is of at least two years' standing- from 
his Final Examination for B.A. or L.Th. 

(2) .Any clerg-yman who has kept three or more terms by 
resilience at Durham, and has passed Part B of the P^xamination 
for the Licence in Theologfj-, and is of at least two jears' 
standing from such examination. 

(3) .Any clerg-yman of not less than se\en 3'ears' stamling from 
Deacons' Orders. 

For particulars respecting- the Examination F"ees for the 
various classes of Candidates applicatioiv should be made to 
the Secretary of Examinations, LJniversity Offices, Durham. 
The F)egree Fee is £6. _ '_ 

* The Board will not ordinarily declare a candidate competent unless he 
shall have passed tin; '.Matriculation Examination of the University of Onrham 
or some other approved University, or an examination exempting from the 
Matriculation of the University of Durham. 



i 



THEOLOGY. I93 

The following' aie the subjects of F.xaminat ion for (lie degree 
ofB.D. : — 

(11 Old Testament. -Either in the Hebrew «/- in tlie l.xx and 
Vulgate — -Genesis, Isaiah i-xxxix, ami the Psalms, Book I. 

hi i<i^J and after, 110 paper '.vill be set in LXX and I 'ulsrate. 
Candidates -will l)e expected to show a competent kno7vIedge of 
critical qnestiois. 

(z) New Testament. The New Testament in the Greek, with 
a moie special knowledge of the Gospel of Si. John and the 
Epistles of St. Paul to the Corinthians, Galaliaiis, and Romans. 

Candidates ',vill t>e a/so required to ivrite an essay on some 
Bibtical subject. 

(,^l Two of tlie following subjects: ~ 

(a\ Biblical Criticism. — New Testament generallv, with a 
more deiailei.1 knowledge oi the books set in (2). 

{b\ Dogmatics. — The Hoctrine of the Incarnation. Text books, 
Athanasiiis Firsi Three Orations against the Arians ; Cy\\\ of 
Alexandria, Second and Third Letters to .Vestorins, and Letter 
to John of Antioc/i ; Leo's Letter to F/ai'ian ; Definition of 
Council ci{' Chalcedon (all, exce|>t the .Athanasius, printed in 
Bindley. CEcmnenical Dociinteiits of tlie Faith, Methuen, 1906) ; 
all in the original languages. 

((-) Liturg-iology, with special reference to the principal 
Ancient Liir.rgies, and to the Communion Offices in English. 

(t/) Church History. Geneial Church History down to the 
Council o( Chalcedon ; and eit/ier the Ecclesiastical Historv of 
the British Isles to the death of Bede ; Text-books, Redes Eccl. 
Hist., Ill and IV (Ed. Plummcr, Clarendon Press); Adainnan's 
Life 0/ St. Columba (Ed. P"owler, Clarendon Press); or Tl;e 
Reformation Period with Gee and Haidv's Documents 
illustrative of Englis/i Church History ( .Macmill'an ) and Kidd's 
Documents illustrative 0/ tJie Continental /Reformation (Clarendon 
Press). 

{e\ Philosophy. Mnglish thought in the eig-hleenth ceiUurs, 
witii special attention to the text ot Berkeley's Theory of Vision, 
Three Dialogues bet'.veen Hylas and Philonous, The Minute 
Philosopher, ami The Principles of Human Knotvledge ; also of 
Butlers Introduction. Analogy, and The Three Sermons on Human 
A'atu re. 

FOR THK DKGRKK OF DOCl'OR Ol 
DIVINITY. 

The exercise for the degree oi D.D., until tunher notice, will 
be — either : - 

(Ml A /)/^6//.s7/<»(f theological treatise appro\ed by Senate, or 
ib] Two dissei'talions on theses connected with :- 

;i) The Criticism or Exegesis of some portion ol Hoi} 

Scriptui'e. 
(2) Some subject connected with n>)gni,«lic Tliei>li.)g)', 
Chinch History, or Liturg-iologfy. 



104 ^L'H.IKdS OK KXAMINA HON. 

VUc iiilc'iilion 1)1" Senate is tliat, if liissfilal ions be subinitled, 
they should appioacli \o the standard of" "a published iheolojfical 
treatise approved by Senate " ; jmd that tiiey should show 
i>rijjinal anil jirolonged work, log'ether with some knowledi^e 
ol the best work o\' others upon ihe subject ; and that this 
should be presenietl in unity of thought and with some reyard 
for literary style. 

The candidate must, in his application, oft'ev for the approval 
ot the Professor of Dixinity the titles of the Theses on which he 
proposes to write. He may also be examined t'/tvj tuiy on the 
subjects tendered, should the examiners think it desirable. The 
examination fee is /.lO los., wliich should be sent with the Theses 
to the Secretary ot Examinations. The exercise must I)e sent in 
before the first day of the Easter or Michaelmas Terms. It will 
not be accepted unless it be adjudtceil by I he examineis to be 
a sufliciiMil i-onti-ibiiiion to learnint;. 

IINIRANCK SCHOLARSmi'S IX THK 
DURH.AM COI.I.KGKS. 
Kiitraiice Scholarships are awarded by exaniiiiatioii 
held amiuallv in June. A necessary cotidilion of leiiiire 
is residence in the Durham Division as a slitdenl in oi-ni 
of the regular courses. Scholarships are awarded in 
Classics, Mathematics, Theolo'^'y, and in any twc> ot' 
the followino^ : -History, Kng'lish, Frencii, German. 
Classical and .Mathematical Scholars are requited to 
read for Honours in the First and Second Public 
I'-xaminations. Theolojjical Scholars are required 
to offer Hebrew in the First Public I^xamination 
(Classical Honours) and to read for I'lieoloijical 
Honours in the I-'inal Examinatiiin. Scholars iti 
Historv, Hnglish, French or German are required to 
pass at the end of their first year the Intermediate 
Examination for B..\. and to read for Honours in 
llie Final Fxamination. 

SUBJECTS 0\- EXAMINATION. 
I. For Classical Scholarships. 

1. Translation from (irrek .^nthois (books not previously 
spetrified). 

2. Iranslalion irom Latin .Authors (bt>oks not previously 
specitieii). 

3. Greek Composition. 

4. Latin Comjiosilion. 

c. (ireek and Latin Criticism, Literature ami Antiquities. 
6. An Englisli Essay. 



• ENTRANCK SCHHI.AKSHIPS. 1 95 

Caiutitiates iiuiNt also pass tlie .M,iii-'K-ulai ion Exaininalioii m 
Reli.^ious Instruction («/- Ancient llisloi\l ami in Elenienlaiv 
Matlienialics. 

:z. For Mathematical Scholarships. 

I. Arillinictic and Algebra. 

1. Cieonietiv. The Subjeii-ni.ilter ot Euclid 1, 11, III, 1\', 
\T. XI to Prop. 21, ami l^efiniiions of \', including" ridci-s 
and applications, and practical const.ructic>ns with ruler 
and ctmi passes. 

V Plane Trigonometry. 

4. Conic. Sections (Geonietricalj and Analytical Ge^inietry 
ol Two Dimensions. 

5. Elementary .Mechanics. 

6. Problems. 

Candidates must also pass, the Matriculation Examination in 
Religious Instruction i^ur Ancient History) in Latin, and in 
•Greek, or Erench, or German, <ir Englisli. 

3. For Theological Scholarships. 

1. Tianslation from tireek Authors not previously specitied. 
Translation from English into Greek. 

2. Ti'anslalion tVitm Latin .A.\!ihors not previously sjieciiied. 
Translation from English into Latin. 

■?. A portion of the Xew Testament in Cireek wiili the 
elements oi Textual Criticism. Fi^r iqio and k)2 1 
the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke ; I ami 11 
Coiinthians ; I and II Thessalonians. 

4. Ei/licr (a) Hebrew .Accidence, Elemeniaiy .Synta.x and 
Translation with reference to the text of Joshua i vi, 
or (b) A General Paper on the subject mailer oi' ihe Old 
ami Xew Testaments. 

5. An English Essay. 

Camiidates must also pass the Malricul.ition Examinalii^n in 
Elementary Mathematics. 

4. For Scholarships in History, English, French and German. 

In History : {a) An Essay ; [b] Outlines o\ English Political 
Hisiorv ; (r) The jiresent da\' Constitutional System of 
England. 

In English : {a\ .An Essay ; (01 Outlines of the Histor\- of 
English Literature ; (r) .A p.tper of general questions on 
English Literature. 



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SIBIKCTS OK KXAMINA HON, 



In FieiK'li or Cieiiiiaii : Ciramtiiai' ; 'riaii^lalii>ii from autltors 
laler than iboo ; X'ersiikatioii ; 'I'raiisiation into the 
toreiy;ii lant^nag^e ; C">ial Kxaniin.ii ion (Rt'ailiny, t'on- 
versaiioii, Diirtaiion I. 

All Candidates must satisfy the .Man ii.iilation Kxaniint-is in 
Relig'iou> Instruction and ISIatlKMnalics or Lojific. 
Those who gain a scholarship in Knjj-jish and History must 
satisfy the examiners in eitliei' Latin or Greek and either 
French or Gei"man in addition ; tlu)se who ifain a scliolar- 
ship in French aiul German or a scholarsliip in Knj^^lish or 
History combined with either P'rencii or Geirnan must 
satisfy the examiiiei-s in Latin or Greek in addition. 



Candidates for Entrance Scholarships should apply to 
the Master of University College, or the Master of Hatfield 
College, or the Principal of St. Chad's College, or the Principal of 
St. John's College, or the Censor of Non-Collegiate Students ; 
Women Candidates to the Principal, St. Mary's College. 

For all candidates takini;' Matriculation subjects the fee for 
examination is £.i io~., to be sent to the heat! of the Collegfe 
thev wish to enter. 



A R T s e" o i: R S E . 

(,Al Ht RIIAM OR NkWCASI I.K). 

I. I'hc tonise of study lor the pass degiee of B.A. consists 
of not less than nine terms, i e. . three academical \ears, 
reckt)ned from the term in which a student is duly matriculated 
af"ter ha\inj^ passed the matriculation examination. All 
candidates are required to pass an Intermediate, a -Second 
Year and a Final Examination, e.xcept as provided in the 
foilowinj;- parajjraphs. Gratluait's o( any other Faculty ilesiiinjf 
to proceeil to the liegree will be e-xcciseii the first \eai of 
resilience anil the intei mediate Examination. 

J. Candiilates are requiretl to pass liie .Matrii-ulalion 
Examination beioi"e beg'iimin}^ to keep terms and are not 
elij^'ihle for the Intermetliate Ex;imiii.'ilion imtii they ha\e 
kepi tiiree terms, ni)r for the .Second Year Examination until 
the\' ha\e kepi three terms after- passing the Intermediate 
Examination. 

•^. Candidates fiu- the Intermetliale Examination are requiivd 
to satisfx' in five subjecls, of which .two must be foivign 
languages, one being an ancient language. A canditlate must 
offer in the first instance not less than four subjects, anil no 
caniiidate will be deemed to ha\e passed who has not, in the 
first instance, satisfied the Exaiiiiiiers in at least four subjects 
at the same time. But a candidate who so desires may deter 
the fifth subject to a subsequent examination. 



ARTS 197, 

4. Candidates for the Second Year Examination are required 
to satisfy in five subjects, and Candidates for the Final 
Examination are required to satisfy after more advanced 
study in four of the five subjects which they offered for 
the Second Year Examination. 

5^ Candidates for the Second Year Examination must offer 
in the first instaiice five subjects, but those who satisfy the 
examiners in four subjects a.t one time and fail in one subject 
only may offer that subject by itself at a subsequent 
examination. 

6. At Durham students may be allowed to offer in lieu of 
their Final Examination the sub)ects prescribed for Part A or 
Part B of the Diploma in Theology, and for those who do so the 
Second Year Examination shall consist of three subjects, two of 
the three being' Latin and Greek as prescribed for the P^inal 
Examination. Such students shall be entitled to proceed on the 
completion of their Final Examination to the Diploma in Theology 
as well as to the degiee of Bachelor of Arts. 

7. The Council of the Durham Colleges may dispense any 
student from actual residence in Durham and attendance upon 
Lectures for a period of not exceeding three terms. But no 
student shall be eligible to proceed to the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts unless he is of the standing of nine terms from 
Matriculation. A student thus dispensed from residence, may 
be allowed to offer himself as a candidate for a Final 
Examination in six subjects (not less than four of which shall 
be taken at one and the same examination) in lieu of the 
Second Year and Final Examinations. 

8. Students who have passed the Matriculation Examination 
and subsequently kept six terms at Durham or at an associated 
Theological College and have passed both parts of the 
Examination for a Licence in Theology and iiave been duly 
granted the Title of Licentiate in Theology bv Convocation, 
may count the terms so kept in Theology in lieu of six of the 
terms required for the Degree of B.A., and the examinations 
passed for the L.Th. in lieu of the Intermediate and Second 
Yeai Examinations. Such candidates will, however, be 
required to satisfy the Examiners in the Final E.xamination 
in six subjects,* not less than four of which shall be taken 
at one and the same examination. Sucii students shall not 
be dispensed by the Oauncil of the Durham Colleges, under 
7. from any of the three necessarj' terms of residence- in Arts. 

Save by leave of the Council of the Durham Colleges no 
Durham Candidate may present himself for Examination 
unless he shall have attended a course of' Lectures in each 
of the Subjects offered. 

* In and after 1922. Before 1Q22 such candid ites will take the Final 
Examination for the degree of B.A. in litteris anfii/uis, as shown on pages. 
2IO-2I-; of Cal. 19215-21, 

13 



198 SIHIIXTS Ol" KXAMINA ITdN. 

INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION. 

The subjects of the Intermediate Examination are : — 
(a) Latin. 
(6) Greek. 

(c) French. 

(d) German. 

(«) EngUsh I-anguage and Literature. 

J(/) Religious Knowledge or an alternative. 

(g) Ancient History. 

(A) Modern History. 

(t) Mathematics. 

(/) Philosophy. 

(k) Economics. 

t(/) Geography. 

*(m) Hebrew. 

*(»t) Hellenistic Greek. 

(0) Military Science. 

At DURHAM the subjects offered must comprise one 
subject from each of the following groups, two of them being 
foreign languages : — 
(i) Latin. 

(iil Greek, Entclish. 
(iii) luis^lish, French, German, Hebrew, .Matheinaiics, 

Pliilosoph}- (Log"ic). 
(iv) Religfious Knowledg'e, Aneienl History, Modern 

History, Economics, 
(v) Hellenistic Greek, or any of the subjects in (ii), (iii), 
(iv), not ali-eady offered. 

At NEWCASTLE the subjects offered must comprise 

(i) Two of the following languages, one of which must 

be an ancient language : Latin, Greek, French, 

German, 
(ii) Religious Knowledge, or Ancient History, or English 

History, 
(iii) Mathematics or Philosophy, or Economics, 
(iv) English or Geography or Military Science or any one 

of the above subjects not otherwise offered. 

A course of study in each of the five subjects must 

be followed to the satisfaction of the Head of the 

department concerned. 



• At Uurham only, t Ax. Newcastle only. J In the case of Roman Catholics 
offering Scripture, questions will be set from the Douay Version if requested. 
The alternative to Relig^ious KnowIedg^e (Ourh.nni only) will be withdrawn 
after 1920. 



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ARTS (INTKRMKDIATE). 1 99 

Details of Subjects for the Intermediate Examination, 

June and September, 1920-21 (and at Durham in 

December, 1921). 

(a) Latin : — 

Translation from the following prescribed books : — 

Cicero, Pro Archia. 

Pro lege Manilla. 

Vergil, Georgic. II. 

Questions on subject-matter and grammar relating to the 
prescribed books. A knowledge of the metre of the 
poetical book is required. 

Outlines of Romaa Political History during Cicero's life 

(Text-book, jNIerivale, Roman Triumvirates). 
Subject matter of the Aeneid. 

Prose Composition. 

{b) Greek : — 

Translation from the follow-ingf prescribed books : — 

Thucydides (Colson's selections from Book 1). 

Either, Sophocles, Antigone, tog-ether with qiiestions on the 
Greek Theatre and outlines of the History c.i IVag'ic 
Drama, and a knowiedg'e of the Iambic metre. 

Or, (for candidates who have not satisfied llie Matriculation 
examiners in (ireek), Lucian, Vera Hisioria I. 

Questions o\\ the subject-matter of the selected hooks. 

Accidence and elementary Syntax. (The latter ma\- be suidied 
in Thompson, Elementary Greek Sy>itax). 

Short sentences for translation into Greek. • 

(r) French : — 
Grammar : Acciiience and Syntax. 

Translation into Eng'lish of prose and ver^^e pa^sa^4es selected 
from prescribed and imprescribed books. 

Elements of Versification. 

Translation into French of easy idiomatic sentences and of an 
easy continuous prose passage. 

Oral Examination : Reading- aloud a passage in the prescribeti 
prose books, with viva voce examination in French thereon 
or on the books generally. Dictation. 



200 srUJI-XIS OF EXAMINATION. 

Prescribed Books for 1920-1921 : 

Coppee, Contfs choisis (Macmillaii) ; Bazin, Contes (Oxford 
Tress); Aiig-ier-Sandeau, Le Gendre de M. /'oiV/Vr (Blaokie's 
Lit lie French Classics) ; Bert lion, Specimens of Modern 
French Verse : Barhier, Afiisse/, Laprnde, Sully-Prudhomme, 
Coppee (Macmillan). 

{d) German : - 
Grammar : Acciilt-iue and Syntax. 

Translation into En_silish of prose and verse passag'es selected 
from prescribed and unprescribed books. 

Elements of X'ersification. 

Translation into Geinian of eas}' idiomatic sentences and of an 
easy continuous prose passage. 

Oral Examinatiou : Readinji;- aloud a passajfe in the prescribed 
prose books, with vivit voce examination in German thereon 
or on the books ijenerally. Dictation. 

Prescribed Books for 1920-1921 : 

Goethe, I talienische Reise (ed. Buchlieim, Nutt) ; Selected 
Poei/ts, Sections I, [I, i\' (etl. Atkins and Kaslner, 
Blackie). 

(e) English Language and Literature : — 
For 1920. 

(i) The History of Eiij^lish Literature 1579-1660, with a 

special study of the following' books : — 
Spenser, Faerie Queen, Bk. H. 
Milton, Conius, Sofine/s. 

A Little Book, of English Lyrics, pp. 1-174 (Methuen). 
Marlowe, Faustiis. 

SJiakespeare, Henry IV, Part i ; Lear. 
Sidney, Defence of Poesie. 
Bacon, Essays of Triitli, Death, Pit rents, and Children, 

Afarriage and Single Lite, Love, Atheism, Superstition, 

Empire. Gardens, Studies. 
Milton, A reopagitica. 
Browne, Keligio Medici. 
Jolinson, Every Man in his Humour, 

A competent knowledge must be shown fi) of the general 
literary tendenries of the period, (2) of the text of the 
specified books, (3) of questions of literary criticism and 
history arising out of tiiem. 

(ii) Sweet, Anglo-Saxon Primer. 



i 



ARTS (iNriiKMKDlA ri':). 20I 

1921 and 1922. 

(i) The History of t^nglish LiiPialure hoiii 1790-1850. witli 
a special stiidv of the f"ollowiiii< books : — 

Wordsworth, Golden Treasury Selections. 

Coleridtj;e, Clirislabel , Kuhla Khan, Ode to France, Dejection, 

An Ode. 
Byron, Childe Harold IV, The Vision of Judgment. 
Sheilev", Adonais, Hymn to Intellectual Beauty, Lines ivritten 

among the Euganean Hills, Stanzas written in Dejection 

near Naples. 
Keats, Odes, Eve of St. Agnes, Lamia, Isabella. 
Tennyson, English Idylls and other Poems. 
Browning-, Abt Vogler, Era Lippo Lippi, Andrea del Sarto, 

Caliban upon Setebos, Saul, The Bishop Orders his Tomb, 

A Grammarian's Funeral, The Statue and the Bust. 
Lamb, Christ's Hosftitnl Five and Thirty Years .-igo, 

Dream Children, Imperfect Sympathies, My Relations, On 

the Artificial Comedy of the Last Century, The Old and 

the Neiv Schoolmasters. 
Carlyle, The Hero as man of L^etters, The Hero as Poet. 
Scolt, Guy Mannering, Rob Roy, The Fortunes of Nigel. 
Austen, Northanger Abbey, Emma, Pride and Prejudice. 

A competent knowled_s<e must be shown (i) of the general 
literary tendencies of the period, (2) of the text of the specified 
books, (3) of questions of Htei^ary iM'iticisni and history arisinjj' 
out ot tliem. 

(ii) Chaucer, Prologue, Nu/i's Priest's Tale, Pardoner s Tale, 

(/) Religious Knowledge : — 
AT DURHAM. 

Old Testament History. 1920 and 1921 : Genesis i-xxxv. 
Or (until the end of 1920) 

Life and Thought in Greece in the Fifth Century b.c. 

AT NEWCASTLE. 

Old Testament History. 1920 and 1921 : Genesis i-xxxv. 

(g) Ancient History: — 
Greek History 510-431 B.C., with introductory course on aspects 
of the Greek character. 

Roman History. Outlines from the reforms of T. Gracchus 
to the death of Caesar. 

(A) Modern History : — 
English History from the Earliest Times to a.d. 1485. 



202 SrnjKCTS OV KXAMINA IION. 

(«" Mathematics : — 

Alsiebra : Siniiiltaneous Equations ; Theory of Quadratic 
r-^quations ; Indices and Surds ; Illustrations of elemen- 
tary functions by means of graphs ; Theory and 
application of Logarithms ; Permutations and Combina- 
tions ; Binomial Theorem for a positive integral exponent ; 
Arithmetical and Geometrical Progressions and other 
simple series ; Elements of the Theory of Convergence. 

Geometry : Geometry of the circle ; Proportional magnitudes 
and similar figures ; Inversion ; Elementary Solid Geo- 
metry of the Straight Line and Plane. 

Trigonometry ; Properties and graphs of the Trigonometric 
Functions ; the Addition Theorem and its applications ; 
Solution of Triangles ; general applications to the 
Geometry of the Triangle ; problems on heights and 
distances. 

(;) .Philosophy : — 

Either *Rleiiieiits of Deductive and Inductive Log:ic, or fTlie 
Elements ol Mora! and Social Philosophy, with special 
.study i>( Flaio, RefynbHc I — IV ; Butler, Preface to Sermons 
and .Sermons I -III; Mill, On Liberty- 

{k) Economics : 
The elements of Economic Theory. 

,t(/) Geogfraphy : — 
The earth's surface. The elemenis o\' earth strucluie. The 

dislribution of land anil water. .Air and water circulation 

and tiieir efFect.s. 
Weather and Climate. 
The size ami fig-ure of .the eariii. Ri-iaiioii <>l \\u- t'.trili to 

the .Solar system. 
Map readiuiJ' and the elements of map making. 
Practical knowledjj-e of the important insli umeiits used in 

Geography. 
The consitieration of the above with direct reference to the 

g'eography of the British Isles and the North .Sea. 
Special knowledgre of local Geog'raphy. 

*{m\ Hebrew. 
Passag'^s for translation from a prescriljed portion of the Old 

Testament. Hebrew Accidence, pointing- and the elements 

of Syntax. 
Prescribed iiorlion : Genesis I-IV. 

*(«) Hellenistic Greek. 
The Gospel. according- to St. Mark in Greek. 



* At Diirh.am only. t At Newcastle only. 



i 



ARTS (siiCOND year). 203 

A portion of the.Sepluag-int V'eision. 

Genesis XXXVII-XLV. 

Numbers XXII-XXIV. 

To be studied in Conybeare and Stock, Selcc/iaus from the 
Scptuaghi/, with the Introduction to the LXX g-eneraily and tjie 
Grammar relating- to the passag^es. 

Translation of Sentences into Hellenistic Greek. 

lo) Military Science (Part I). See p. 60. 

SECOND YEAR AND FINAL EXAMINATIONS. 

The subjects of the Second Year and Final Examinations 
are :^— 

(A ) Latin. 

(B) Greek. 

(C) French. 

(D) German. 

(£■) English Language and Literature. 

\(F) Religious Knowledge or an alternative. 

(G) Ancient History. 

(H) Modern History. 

(7) Mathematics. 

(J) Philosophy. 

(A') Economics. 

(L) Education or (for Second Year only) Military Science. 

*(M) Hebrew. 

♦(iV) Hellenistic Greek. 

\{0) Geography. 

t(P) Science. 

*{Q) Comparative Study of Religion (for Second Year 
only). 

A\ DURH.-VM the subjects offered must comprise : — 

(1) In .thk ca.se of orpinar,v Cani:>iPate;s. 

For the Second Year Examination : — 

Five subjects (including: an Ancient Languagre) one from each 
of the following- groups : — 

(i) Religious Knowledg-e, Hellenistic Greek. 

(ii) Greek, English. 

(iii) .Latin, .French, German, Hebrew. , 



* .At Durham only. t At Newcastle only. 

J InJhe.casejjfjtoman.CathoIic.s offering- Scripture, questions will b.; set from 
the Douay Version if requested .Tfje alternative to Relig-'ious Knbwle'dge 
(Durham only) will be withdrawn al^ter 19120. ' ■ ' ' ■ ' ' ' 



204 sri>)Kcrs oi- i;x.\\ii.\.\ i lox. 

(iv)&(\) Two of" llic lollowingf : — Modoni Histor)-, AiicieiU 
History, Ei-onoinics, Education «/• Military Science, 
Mathematics, I'hilosophy, or any subject in the 
preceding- g-roups not already offered ; 

For ilie Final Exaniinalion : — Four of the subjects otTcreil in 
the Second Year Examination, iiicluiiins^" the subjin-ts ofTi'red 
under (ii), (iii) above. 

(2) In thk cask of CanimdativS ki.kcting to offer 
Thkological Subjects in their Final Year.:J: 

For the Second Year Examination: — 
Three subjects as follows : — 

(i) Latin (as set for the Final Examination). 

(ii) Greek (as set for the Final Examination). 

(iii) One of the following (as set for the Second Year 
Examination) Hebrew, Philosophy, Education, 
Economics, Comparative Study of Religion, 
Hellenistic Cireek, Philosophical Introduction to 
Theology, Modern History. 

(3) In thk case of CANniDATKS OFFERING A FiNAL 

Examination in Six Sibjects in kikc of the Second 

Year and Final Examinations. § 

Six subjects as fdliows :^ 

(i) Latin (as set for the Final Examination). 

(ii) Greek (as set for the Final Examination). 

(iii) Religions Knowledge or Hellenistic Greek (as set for 
the Second Year Examination). 

(iv), (v) & (vi). Three of the following : — English, French, 
German, Hebrew, .Mathematics, Philosophy, 
Modern History, Eilucation, Comparali\'e 
Study of Religion, Hellenistic Greekf (each as 
set in the Second Year Examination). 

At NEWCASTLE the subjects offeretl must comprise at 
least one foreign language, ancient or modern, and at least 
one of the following : Religious Knowledge, English, Modern 
History. Of the five subjects offered, a foreign language and 
three other subjects must be taken in both years ; and, unless an 
ancient lang^uage be taken in both years, one of the other 
subjects taken (for both Examinations or for the Second Year 
Examination only), must be Mathematics or Philosophy, or 
Economics. 



J As set for Part A or Part B of the Diploma in Theology, pp. 4, s. 
{ In and after 1922, sec p. 11. t If not taken under (iii). 



ARTS (sKl'oM) year). 2O5 

Details of Subjects for the Second Year Examination, 

June and September, 1920-21 (and at Durham in 

December, 1921). 

{A) LATIN:— 
Translation from the following prescribed books : — 

Livy I. 

Vergil, Aeneid VI. 

Either *Vergil, Aeneid II and IV oy, fCatullus i-lxii and 
Ixx-cxvi (ed. Simpson) and fHorace, Odes II. 
Questions on subject-matter and grammar relating to the 

prescribed books. A knowledge of the metre of the 

poetical books will be required. 
Prose Composition. 
Elements of Roman Antiquities (optional, except for 

candidates who do not offer Greek). 

(B) GREEK:— 

For jg2o. 
Translation from the following prescribed books : — 
Euripides, Ion. 
Demosthenes, Olynthiacs, I. 

Either *Demosthenes, Olynthiacs, II, III, or jHomer, 
Odyssey IX. 
^Questions on subject-matter and grammar relating to the 
prescribed books. A knowledge of the metre of the 
poetical books will be required. 
Either, *Greek History from b.c. 435 to b.c. 338, or fProse 
Composition and questions on the Outlines of Homeric 
Life. 

For 1921. 
Translation from tlie following- prescribed books : — 

Homer, I/tad I and VI. 

Demosthenes, Philippics, I, II, III. 
Questions on Grammar arising- out of the prescribed books. 
A knowledg-e of the metre of the poetical books. 
Either, *The History oi the period of the Persian Wars, 

B.C. 500 to B.C. 478 ; 
Or, tProse composition and questions on the outlines of 

Homeric Life. 
(C) FRENCH :— 
Translation into English of prose and verse passages selected 

from prescribed and unprescribed books. 
Questions on Language and Metre arising out of the passages 

set. 



* At Durham only. f At Newcastle only. 



20V> SI KJKCr^ (.>!• K\ AMINA I ION. 

flranslatiou into French of passages from English authors. 

French Ess^y. 

Oral Examination : Reading aloud a passage in one or more of 
the prescribed books, with viva voce examination in French 
thereon or on the hooks generally. Dictation. 

Prescribed Books. 

19JO. Sainl-Pierre, /mn n i Hi^ndi [0\\\-<i\\ l'n.--ssl; V'ollaire, 
Co>iics el Mi^laiiges (Hlack); Beaumarchais, Le Barbicr de 
Sdviile (Macinillan ) ; Fagfiiet, Ce que disent les livres : 
Ruffon, Voltaire iCainbridgfe Press); Lucas, A Hook of 
iFrciich Versr, \)\>. 142-168 (Oxfprd ,Pre>si. 

1921. Huifci, Hernaiii (OxCord Piess) ; Stewart and Tilley, The 
French Roman/ irisis (Cambridg'e Press); Fagfuet, Ce que 
dlsenf les th^res : Chaleauhriand, If,ain ar/iue, Hugo, Balzac 
(Canibridsfo Preijs). 

. (D) GERMAN :— 

Translation into English of prose and verse passages selected 
from prescribed and unprescribed books. 

Questions on Language and Metre arising out of the passages set. 

Translation into German of passages from English author-. 

German Essay. 

Oral Examination : Reading aloud a pa,ssage in one or mor« 
of the prescribed books, with viva voce e;xaminatior in 
German thereon or on the books generally. Dictation, 

.Prescribed Books. 

1920. ■ Buchheiin, Balladeii u,nd i^o,ina,n^eu, .[>\i. 94-144 (Golden 
Tr^fjsurv S^rj/es).; .JHs''iJ''i;h ,von Klitjisl, Mui/ipn;/ Kohlhaas 
(etl. j\Vrisfj^, ~IVIja'cfliilta|i) ; ,Pnf}pf>i7-er, Az^/i/io ,(efl, Ripp- 
manii, Macniillan). 

1921, Lessing-, Miuna von Barnhelvi (ed. Buchheini. Qxtord 
Press) ; Hiicliheim, Balladeii and Romanzeii, Ersie Periods 
(Golden Treasury Seiies) ; Goethe, Dichtuni> und Wahrhcit, 
Rk. I (ed, Buchheini, Oxford Press). 

(£) ENGLISH .LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE:— 

1920. 
(i) The History of English Literature 1660-1790, with 

a special study of the following books : — 
Milton, St^mson Agonistes. 
Dryden, Absalom and Achitophel, i^art 1. 
Pope, Rape of the Lock, Epistles to Arbuthnot and to 

Augnst.us- 
Goldsmith, Traveller , Desur.ted Village, and -Retaliation. 
Cowper, JLetters (Golden Treasury Series), 
Little Book of English Lyrics (Methuen & Co,) pp, 175-259. 



ARTS fsKcciNn year). ;2p7 

Dryden, Preface to the Fables. 

Swift, Selections (Bell & Co.) omittinsi The Drapiev's Letters 

and Polite Conversation. 
Boswell, Life cf Johnson (ed. Ingpen). 
Selected 18th Century Essays (ed. Austin Dobson). 
In this subject a competent knowledge raust be shown (1) of 
the general literary tendencies of the period (2) of the 
text of the . specified books, (3) of questions of literary 
criticism and history arising out of them, 
(ii) Sweet, Anglo Saxon Reader, i, ii, iv-ix. 
{^n) Cliaa^^e'- Hoiis of Fame, Troilus, Bk. I, Pardoyier's 
Tale, Squire's -Tale ; The Plowman's Crede. 

\()2\- 22. As in 1920, excejit : — 

(i) P'or Pope, as i(bovi\ substitiiti' Essay 0/1 Crilirisin, 
Essay on Man. 
For (ii) substidite (ii) Cook, First Book of Old English (exn-pt 

the poetic extracts). 
F"or (iii) substitute (iii) Chancer, Hoits of Fame, Troilus and 
Criscydc. Bks. i and ii. 

(F) RELIGIOUS KNOVv/LEDGE : — 
AT DURHAM. 

Life of Christ, to be studied in the Four Gospels. 
Or (until the end uf 1920) 

The subject matter of the Republic of Plato, to be studied 

in Boyd, An Introduction to the Republic of Plato 

(Sonnenschein). 

AT NEWCASTLE. 

Life of Christ lo be stutlied in the Four Gospels. 

(G) ANCIENT HISTORY: — 
Greek History — Peloponnesian War. 
Roman History — 44 B.C.- 14 a.d. 

(H) -MODERN HISTORY :— 

English History 1485-1815, together with the Contemporary 
History of the expansion of the British Empire. 

(/) MATHEMATICS:— ^^^ 

Algebra and Trigonometry : Convergence of series ; Binomial, 

Exponential and Logarithmic series ; Partial Fractions; 

E|e Moivre's Theorem ; Geometrical iRepresentation of 

Imaginaries ; Fundamental Limits. 
Gtometry : Properties of the Conic treated by pure geometry ; 

the Straight Line and Circle, treated by the method of 

coordinate geometry. 



•268 sirsjixrs oi- examina riON. 

InfinitesiiHal Calculus : Methods of Ditterentiatiou and Integ- 
ration, with geometrical illustrations ; Theory of Maxima 
and Minima ; easy applications to the calculation of 
lengths, areas and volumes. 

(/) PHILOSOPHY: — 

Either ♦Psycholog'y : — 
The methods oi psychology. The general nature of 
consciousness and its ultimate modes. The structure 
of the nervous system and its general relation to the 
process of consciousness. The modes of cognition ; sensa- 
tion and the mechanism of the sense-organs ; perception 
ideation. Association and habit. Self consciousness 
and its development. Iledonic tone, sentiment, emotion. 
Attention, the simpler forms of action ; volitional 
action. Abnormal consciousness, dream consciousness, 
hypnosis, multiple personalitv. 

Or* Philosophical Introduction to Theology, 
(i) The Problem of Kiiowledgfc :u\d Rivilily. 
(rt) The Purpose of Philosophw 
(b) The Xature of Knowledj^e, iis data ;uk1 jioslulati^s. 

Theory of Causation. Theory of Truth. 
{c) The Xature of Realitj'. Xai've and Scientific Realism ; 
Subjective and .Vbsoivite Idealism ; Mechanism and 
Teleolog}-. 

(2) The Problem of .Morality. 

{a) The Problem : The Xature and Existence of Morality. 

(b) The Existence oi Morality assumed : Plato, Aristotle, 

L'tilitarianisn, inluitionism. 
{c) The non-exislence of Moralitv assumed: Egoism, 
Hedonism. 

(d) The postulates of Morality : Personality, Values, 
P'reedom of the Will, Religion. 

(3) The Problem of Religion. 

(a) The Problem : I he Xature, Attributes and Existence 
of God. 

(bj The Existence of God assumed : Polytheism, Dualism, 
Pantheism, Monotheism ; the difficulties of each. 

(c) The non-existence of God . assumed : Budtlhism, 

.Materialism ; the difficulties of each. 

(d) The postulates of Relig-ion : Personality, Human 
and Divine ; Love oi Xeighbour and of God ; 
linniortalily ; Revelation. 

Or I Logic. 

* At Durham only. t At Newcastle only. 



ARTS (second year). 209 

(A) ECONOMICS :— 
The Principles of Economics. 

(L) EDUCATIONt : — 

The logical and psychological bases of Education. 

The main principles of teaching founded upon the above 

and upon School experience. 
School Hygiene and Physical Exercises. 
Discipline and Class Management. 
The organization and administration of English Schools, 

the various types of Schools and Colleges and their 
V, inter-relation. 

'(J/i HEBREW:- 

Exodus i-xii, with outlines of Syntax. 

*(iVi HELLENISTIC GREEK :- 
Acts XIII-XXVIII. 
The Epistle to the Galatians. 

.Miliigan, Greek Papyri, Introduction and Xos. 1-15. 
Outlines of Textual Criticism of the New Testament. 

(To be studied in Lake, Text of the Neiv Testa inent)._ 
Grammar and Composition. 
Unprepared Translation. 

t(0) GEOGRAPHY : — 

Advanced knowledge of the suljjects of the Intermediate 
course. 

The influence of g-eog-raphical factors upon peoples and 
industries. 

Transport and distribution. Trade routes and trade centres. 

The consideration of the above with direct reference to the 
gfeoofraphy of special areas. 

1920. Africa. 

192 1. Europe. 

1922. Asia. 

Practical ami fiekl work. Map projections. 

+(P) SCIENCE:— 

Any one subject selected from those prescribed for the 
Intermediate Year of, the B.Sc. Course. 



At Durham only. f At Newcastle only. 

X Or MILITARY SCIENXE (Part II). See p. 246. 



2IO srnjliCTS OK liX AM IN A I ION. 

*{g) COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RELIGION-.— 

Tlio Coinparalivo Method. Personality. Taboo. Magic. 
Animisiu. Pre-aiiimisui. Hurial Ceremonies and Funeral Rites. 
Anoestor-worsliip. .Myths of the Origin of Death. Euhenierism. 
Tlie Future Life. Transmigration. Totemism. Sacrifice, 
F.etisliism. I'olydaemonisni. Polytheism. Dualism. l^rayer. 
Budilhism. HiKkihism .iiul Personalil v. 

Details of Subjects for the Final Examination, 
June and December, 1920 — 21. 

(A) LATIN:— 
Translation from the following prescribed books : — 
Tacitus, Histories I. 

Horace, Satires I, 1,4, 5, 6, 9, 10, and Juvenal, Satires 
I, III, IV, X. 

Questions on subject-matter, language and (in the case of the 
poetical books) metre. 

Either *The History of the l^oman Empire, 69-98 a.d., 
or fThe Outlines of Roman Literature with special 
attention to the history of satire. 

Translation from books not previously specified. 

Prose Composition. 

In 192J. 

Either '' Roman History — The Early Empire from the battle 
of Actiuni to the death of Domitian (31 B.C.-96 A.U.) ; 
Prose Composition (optional). 

Or t The Outlines of Roman Literature, (with special attention 
lo the history of -Saiire), Prose Composition, and Translation 
from books not previously specified. 

{B) GREEK:-- 
For 1920 21. 

Translation from the following prescribed books : — 
Plato, Republic I, 11. 

Either *Plato, Euthyphro, Apology or \ Aristophanes 
Frogs. 

Either Questions on *the subject-m'atter of Plato, or on 
fAristophanes in relation to the thought and life of his 
time. 

Translation from books not previously specified. 

Prose Composition. 



* At Durham only. f At Newcastle only.' 



ARTS (final). 2 1 I 

For 1922. 

Translation from the following' prescribed books : — 

Plato, Republic, I. I J. 

Either, "^Plalo, KiiihypJiro, or, i-Aristophanes, Frogs. 

Either, ''Questions on the subject-matter of Plaio. 

Or, lOueslions on Aristophanes in relation to the thought and 
life of his time, together with Prose Composition and Trans- 
lation from books not previously specified. 

(C) FRENCH :— 

Translation into English of prose and verse passages selected 
from prescribed and unprescribed books. 

Questions on Language and Metre arising out of the passages 
set. 

Translation into French of passages from English authors. 

French Essay. 

Questions on a special period of literature or an author 
specified. 

Oral Examination : Reading aloud a passage in one or more of 
the prescribed books, with viva voce examination in French 
thereon or on the books generally. Written reproduction 
of a passage read by the Examiner. 

Period: The Romantic Mo\ement in France. 

1920. Beaiuuarchais, I.e Barhier de St'ville ; Montesquieu, 
Let Ires Persanes (both, Macmillan) ; Voltaire, Contcs et 
Mt'huiges (Black); Faguet, Ce que disent les livres : 
Buffon, Voltaire (Cambridge Press). 

Period. The second half of the iSth Centurw 

1921. Corneille, Le Cid ; Moliere, Les Precieuses Ridicules; 
Racine, Athnlie ; Faguet, Ce que disent les livres: Moliere, 
Bossuet, (all, Cambridge Press) ; Latham Oxford Treasury 
of French Literature p. 211 to end (Oxford Press). 

Period: The 17th century, with special reference to the 
Theatie. 

(/)) GERMAN :- 

Translation into English of prose and verse passages selected 
from prescribed and unprescribed books. 

Questions on Language and Metre arising out of the passages 
set. 

Translation into German of passages from English authors. 

• At Durham only. f At Nen castle only. 



212 SUBJI'XTS Ol- h:XAMlNATU>N. 

German Essay. 

Questions on a special period of literature or an author specified. 

Oral Examination : Reading aloud a passage in one or more 
of the prescribed books, with viva voce examination in 
German thereon or on the books generally. Written 
reproduction of a passage read by the Examiner. 

Presitihot! book^ ;iiul period tor : 

19.20. Goethe, Iphigoiic an/ Tauris (ed. Breul, Caiubridg-e 
Press) ; Hermann und Dorothea (ed. Cartmell, Cambridge 
Press) : Eckermann, Gespriiche 7itit Goethe (Blaekie) ; 
Bueliheim, Dentsche Lyn'k, Drilte Periode (Ciolden 
Treasury Series). 

Period. Cioellie ami -Schillei- ( 1 744 1805). 

iq2i. Goethe, Faust I (ed. Thomas, Heath); Buchheim, 
Heine's Prosa (Oxford Press) ; Deutsche Lvrik, Vierte 
Periode (Golden Treasury Series). 

Period. 1805 18 ^o. 

(A) ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE :—~ 

1920. 

(i) The History of Eng-lish Literature 1579-1660, with a 
special study of the following' books : — 

S]-)enser, Shepherds Calendar ami Faerie Queen, lik. II. 

Millon, Connis, Sonnets. 

A Little Hook of F2u<rlish Lyrics, pp. 1-174 (Methtien.) 

Marlowe, Faustus. 

Shakespeare, Hamlet, Wi?iter's Tale. 

Jousou, Every Man in his Humour. 

Webster, Duchess of Malfi. 

Sidney, Defence of Poesie. 

Bacon, Assays I- XX. 

Milton, .'ireopaifitica. 

Browne, h'clig^io Medici. 

It) this subject a i-ompeteut knowledge tuusl be shown, ( 1 ) of 
the general literary teiid(Nicies of the period, (2) of the 
text of" the specified books, (3) of questions of literaryi 
criticism and history arising out of them. 

(ii) Sweet, Ani^rl„.Saxon Reader, XI, XH, XVI, XX-XXII. 

liii) t'hauicr, Selected Poems (ed. Emerson), Langiand, 
Prologue and Passus I III (H text I. 



ARTS (final). 213 

iqzt and 1922. 

(i) 1790-1850. 

Wordsworth, (Golden Treasury Selection). Prelude, l>ks. 
i-iv, vi, viii. 

Coleridg-e, Poems of Suture and Romance. (Ed. Keeling-). 
Byron, English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, The Vision of 

Judgment. 
Shelley, Prometheus Unbound. 

Keats, Eve of St. Agnes, Isaht'Iln , Lamia, Hyperion, Odes. 
Tennyson, In Memoriam. 
Browning:, ^le^t and Women. 

Coleridgfe, Biographia Literaria. chs. iv, xvii-xx, xxii. 
Carlyle, Past and Present. 

Scott, Guy Mannering, Rob Roy, Fortunes of Nigel. 
Austen, Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Xorthanger .ibhey. 
(ii) Sweet, Anglo-Saxon Reader, i, ii, xv, xx-xxii. 

N.B. — In 1922 will be substituteti for Sweet's Render, Wyatt, 
Anglo-Saxon Reader i, 2, 3, 11, 26, 52, 34. 

(iii) Chaucer, /\ night's Tale, Parlement of Fonles, Prologue 
to the Legend of Good JVofnen, Lines to Adam, The 
Former Age, Fortune, Merciles Beaute, Truth. Gentilesse, 
Lak of Stedfinstnesse, Envoys to Scogan and Bukion. 
Lang-land, Piers Phnvman, Prologue and Paxsi/s i-iii. 

{F) RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE :- 
AT DURHAiNL 

Fisher, Grounds of Theistic and Christian BrlieJ (omitting « 
ch. i, iii). 
Or (until the end of 1920) 

Berkeley, The Principles of Hnnian Knowledge. 

AT NEWCASTLE. 

Fishers Grounds of Tlieisfic anil Christian Belief I omitting- 
ch. i, iii). 

{G) ANCIENT HISTORY: — 

Greek History — Philip and Alexander. 

Roman History — 14 .^.0.-70 a.d. 
I//) MODERN HISTORY:— 

History of Modern Europe 1815-1871, to.^^-ther with the 
contemporary History of the British Empire. 

(/) MATHEMATICS:- 

Geometry ; The chief properties of Straisjht Lines, Circles, and 
Conies treated analytically ; Rudiments of geometry of 
three dimensions. 
14 



2 14 Sl'BJEOS OK KXAMINAI ION. 

And either *Mechanics : Elementary theory of Motion and 
Equilibrium under the action of Forces ; Statical Problems ; 
Momentum and Energy ; Rectilinear Motion ; Circular 
Motion ; Projectiles ; Impact. 

Or ^Differgutial Equations : Theory of the general Linear 
Equation with constant coefficients ; Standard forms ; 
Theory of Singular Solutions, 

(./) PHILOSOPHY :- 

Eilhfr * Ethics, with special study of Plato, Republic i-iv ; 
Butler, Sermons i-iii and Preface ; Mill, Utilitarianism ; 
Kaiit, Fundametital Principles of the Metaphvsic of 
Murals. 

or i Descartes, Locke, Berkeley, Hume and Kant, wiili special 
study ot" Descartes, Meditations, and Berkeley, Principles 
of Human Knowledge. 

(K) ECONOMICS:— 

The History of Economic Theory from tlu- lime of the 
Mercantilists to the present day. 

(Zl EDUCATION:— 

(i) A Special Essay based on the study of some special 
subject or question, either (a) from books or (fc) 
from visits paid to schools. The subject to be 
chosen by each student and to be approved at the 
beginning of the session. 

(ii) 192r-21. Educational Development in the Nineteenth 
Century. 

*{M) hh:brew:— 

Psalms i xii. 

Grammar, Pointing- and Composition. 

*(-V) HELLENISTIC GREEK :- 

One ot the Ciospels : in 1920, St. Matthew. 
Owt^. of the Epistles: in 1920, I Corinthians. 
Millitjau, (treek Papyri, Nos. 16 to end. 
The Epistle of Clement. 
Gramm.ar and Composition. 
Unprepared Translation. 

MO) GEOGRAPHY: 

Advanced knowledge of the subjects of the second year. 
The use of instruments employed in geographical survey 

and field work. 
The interpretation of geographical statistics 

(a) mathematically ; (6) in maps and diagrams. 

* At Durham only. t At Newcastle only. 



ARTS (hONHH'Rs). 215 

Study of some of the chief mineral and organic products of 

economic value. 
The history of geographical discovery. 
The consideration of the above with direct reference to the 

geography of a special area. 
1920-21. The Pacific. 1922. The Tropics. 
■fiP) SCIENCE - 

Any one subject selected from those prescribed for the 
Second Year of the B.Sc Course. 



HONOUR SCHOOLS FOR IHli 

dkgrep: of b.a. 

(Durham Division). 

CHiididates for the degree of B.A. in;iy obuiiii Honours in 
Classics, Mathematics, Theology or in tv.o oi the following 
subjects taken together— English, Modern History, French, 
German. 

Candidates for Honours must attend Honour lectures in the 
subjects of their course i'or six terms after passing the First 
Public Examination or the Intermediate Examination in Arts. 
No one may be a candidate for Honours in the Final 
Examination who has not passed the First Public Examination 
(or the Intermediate Examination), or who has exceeded the 
standing- of four years from Matriculation or three years from 
the time of passing the First Public or Intermediate E\an\ina- 
tion. 

Candidates for Classical, Mathematical or Theolog-ical 
Honours take the First Public Examination at the end 
of their third term. Theological Subjects (or alternatives) 
at the end of their sixth term, and Final Honour Subjects 
at the end of their ninth term. 

/. For (Uindiddtes for C/nss/ral Honours. 

1. Canilidates for Classical Honours may obtain Ht^iunns in 
both the First and Second Public Examinations. 

2. The Subjects of Examination in the First Public Fiiaiwi- 
nation are : - 

+ 1. Religious Knowledge. 

2. Specified Greek Verse Authors. 

3. Specified Greek Prose Authors. 

4. Specified Latin Verse Authors. 

5. Specified Latin Prose Authors. 



t At Newcastle only. 

J In the case ot Roman Catlii-viics questions will be set troin the Douay 
Version if requfsted. 



2l6 SL'BJlidS Ol' EXA.MINA 1 U).\. 

b. TiHiislatioii Irom liieeU ami Laiin Autlio:>. not piexioiisly 
spei'ifieil. 

7. Cireek ami Lalin Ciilicism, Litcraliife and AnI iqnities. 

8. Gi-eek ami Latin Comp<.)siiioii. 

9. Logic. 

Tlie Subjects oC Examination in the Final Examination are : — 

1. A portion of the Greek Testament. 

2. The Evidences of Christianity. 

3. Greek Pliilosophical Authors. 

4. Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

5. Greek and Latin Historical .'\nlliors. 

6. Greek and Roman History. 

7. Greek and Latin \'erse Authors. 

8. Greek ami Latin Prose Composition. 

q. Greek and Latin Wrse Composition (optional). 



SUB) EC IS Oi' KXAMINATION. 

1. HOXOUR.S L\ CL.\SSICAL WH GENERAL 
LITE R ATURE ( DU R 1 1 AM ). 

I~iKsi Fim.ir KxA.MiNA riON. 

1. Religfious Knowledge. 

(ri) Old Tesiament Histors. 1920 and 1921 : Genesis 
i-xxxv. 

(A) New Testanu-ni . A portion of the New Testament to be 
studied in the orig^inal Greek. Questions will also be set 
upon Intr<>duction ami subject matter. 1920 : The 
Gospel according- to .St. Matthew. 1921. St. Luke. 

2. Greek Verse Authors. 

(a) I'assaj^es for- Tianslation from Hcinier, Iliad, 
XVI XXIV. 

{V) Passaijes for Tianslation, and Critical and Cii ammalical 
Questions on special books. A knowk'tijj;e of the .Metre 
will be required. 

I'rescribed special books: — Aeschylus, Asrttmemnon ; 
.Sophocles, Oedipus Tvraniius ; Eulipides, Bcicchae. 

3. Greek Prose Authors. 

(a) Passajjes for Translation from the prescribetl books. 
Prescribed Rooks : — Deinosthenes, In Leptinem ; De Corona. 
.Aristotle, Di' Arte Poelica. 



ARTS (classical HCl.NHM'KS ). 217 

4. Latin Verse Authors. 

(a) Pnssagfes foi" Translalioii troiii \'eii;il, (ieor^ics ; 

Aeneid VII-XI/. 
(f>) Pa.ssajJfes for Translation ami Critical ami (ii aniiiiatical 

Questions on spei-iai tioolis. A l<no\vletli;e ot I lie Metre 

will be required. 
Prescribed Special Boiiks :— Catnllus (ed. Maciiaghten and 

Ramsay), Horace, Epistles; Ars Poetint. 

5- Latin Prose Authors. 

Passag'es tor Translation [vo\u I he prescribed hool<s. 
Prescribed Books : -Cicero, /^t-o Flacco : Aii Atticiim II ; 
Oiiintilian, Book X. 

6. Passages for Translation from Greek and Latin Authors 

not previously specified. 

7. Criticism, Literature and Antiquities. 

A paper of General Questions on Cireek and Latin 
Literature, including;' Critical Questions. Special reg'ard 
will be paid to an .-iccurale !<nowledt;e \>'i the books 
prescribed above. 

8. Greek and Latin Composition. 

Papers will be set in Prose c'omposiiioii, together with 
passag'es for translation into \'erse. Tlie latter will be 
optional. 

9. The Elements of Logic and Psychology. 

Candidates who are intending; to read for Final Tliec>logical 
Honours are allowed to offer Hebrew, as piescribed for pass 
students. 

Final Examination. ' 

r. Greek Testament. 

Translation of passag'es into Knglisii from the prescribed 
hooks. Questions on Introduction and Subject Niatter. 

Prescribed hooks: — The Gospel of St. John and the Acts 
of the Apostles. 

2. Evidences of Christianity. 

The chief evidences for the Being aTui Existence of God. 

Outlines of Apologetics. 
Prescribed book : — Fisher, Grounds of Theisfic and Christian 
AV//>/"(omitting chs. i, iii). 
, The above subjects must be taken at one time after 
attending lectures on them for three terms, and the remaining 
(classical) subjects at another time. 



2lS SIKIKIIS Ol- KXAMINAIION. 

3. Greek Philosophical Authors. 

l^a'>s;is;e> loi TiaiisLilioi) aiul l-Ixplaiialioii ti-oiii the |)ie- 
siTthed book^. 

Presciibei.1 books : — Plato, A'fpiiblic, Hooks \\ , v, vi, vii. 
Aiistollc, Efliiis. omittinji' Rooks iv, vii, ix. 

4. Mental and Moral Philosophy, 

[a) Logfic. All outline of" logical tlu-oiy, ii)Lhn.iing the 
nature of" jiicig-menl ami its chief types ; the lojfical idea 
and its functions ; the jiostniales of" logic ; nej^ation ; 
modality ; the ji;^io\Mid and the cause ; inference, its 
nature and forms ; the basis o'i induction ; the concept 
of system; ihc nature of truth. A knowledg^e of the 
following; texts : — Berkeley, Principles of Huma?t Ktww- 
leiiffe ; Hume, Enquiry concerning Hitman Understanding ; 
Kant, Wa/son's Selections, jip. 1-134. 

[b) Psychology. A special study of Stout, Analytic 
Psychology. 

(r) Metaphysics. The History of Philosophy (Rogers. 
Smdenfs' History of Philosophy). The Psychology of 
Thought. The Calegfories. Theorx- of Knowledge. 
Metaphysics. Theory of Values. 

(d) Ethics. Scope and method of Ethics ; the growth of 
morality ; the nature of moi-al judg^menl ; ilesire and will ; 
theories of the end ; the end as pleasvu'e, as dutv, as 
self realization. The scope of the work is indicated by : — 
Dewey and Tuft. Ethics, Parts i and ii ; Mill, Utilitar- 
ianism ; Sidgwick, Methods of Ethics, Hook I, chs. iii, 
iv, vi, and Hook HI, chs. xiii and xiv ; Kant, Watson's 
Selections, pp. 225- -^03 ; Cireen, Prolegomena to Ethics, 
Book 1 1 1, chs. i iii. 

5. Greek and Latin Historical Authors. 

(a) Passages for Translation and Kxplanatioii from pre- 
scribed Greek Authors. 

Prescribed Authors: — Herodotus, vi, vii, viii, ix ; Thucy- 
dides, i-vii. 

(b) Passagfes for Translation and , Kxplanatioii from pre- 
scribed Latin Authors. 

Prescribed Authors : — Piiu}-, Letters (Merrill's Selections), 
Tacitus, Histories. 

\c) Passages for Translation and Explanation fiom Greek 
and Latin Authors not previouslv specified. 



ARTS (classical HONOURS). 219 

6. Greek and Roman History. 

{11 \ Greek History to 400 B.C., wiili a detailed knowledge 
of the Persian War. The soope of the work is indicated 
by: — Hohn, History y/ Greece ; Rury, History of Greece ; 
Giundy, Great Persian War. The Transactions of the 
British School at Athens should be consulted. Putzg-er, 
Historischer Schul- Atlas is recommended. 

(h) Roman History from 31 B.C. to the death of Trajan, 
will) a knowledge of the Moinnnentum Ancyramnn. The 
scope of the work is mdicated b}' : — Mommsen, History 
0/ Rome, Pnn'irr^s ot' the Roman Etnpire, Res trestae 
dizn Aug-usti {hitzmanu. Series 29-30); Rushforlh, Latin 
Histor^al Inscriptions ; Bury, T/ie Student's Roman 
Empire (Murra\); Tacitus, Annals (eci. Furneaux). 

7. Greek and Latin Verse Authors 

Passages tor Transl.al ion and Explanation from the 
prescribed books. .A knowledge of the Metre will be 
required. 

Prescribed Books : — Aristophanes, Frogs, Achaminns ; 
Piaiilus, AHIes Gloriosits : Lucretius, \\ and \^I ; Juvenal, 
Satires (i, iii, iv, v, vii, viii. x (Pitt Press); Atartial, 
LVI (ed. Bridge and Lake). 

8. Greek and Latin Prose Composition. 

9. Greek and Latin Verse Composition. 

Passages will be set for rendering into \'erse. This paper 
will he optional. 

II. HONOURS IN MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSl'cAL 
SCIENCE (DURHAM). 

Candidates for Mathematical Honours may ohtain 
Honours in both the F"irst and Second Public Examinations. 

SUBJECTS C^F EXAMINATION. 

First Piblk Examination. 

I. Religious Knowledge. 

(<7) Old Testament History. 1920 and 192 1 : Cienesis 
i-xxxv. 

(b) New Testament. A portion of the New Testament 
to be studied in the original Greek. Questions will also 
be set upon Introduction and subject matter. 

1920 and 1921 : The Gospel according to St. Matthew. 



220 SHKIKlTS OV F,\ A M I NA I ION'. 

2. Greek. 

{a\ Translation into Knglisli nf passHi^es seleiMcil tioni a 

pi«>scribed book. 
(h) Questions on Accicienie and Syntax. 

I'rcsi-iilied book: neniosthenes. 0!y ill It iocs. 

3. Latin. 

(1;) rranslaiioii into Enuflish of passH^e"* .seleoled from 
the prescribed l)ooks. 

(A) Oiiestions on .Accidence and Svniax. 

(() I'lose Composition. 

Prescribed Books : — Vei-jj;-!!, Aciieid II, tl V , and VI ; 
Livy. Book I. 

*,* In lieu of subjects 1, 2, 3 cantlidates ma\' satisfy in 
Relisfious Knowledg'e (or an alternative), in an Ancient 
Lan^uajife, and in a Modern Lang-uage (which may be 
EnjJflish) as provided for Pass Candidates in the Intermediate 
Examination, pages 13-15. 

4. Arithmetic and Algebra. 

5. Geouietry. 

The subject matter of Euclid 1. II. Ill, I\', V'l, XI, 1—21, 
and the Definitions ot V, including; riders and applications, 
and practical constructions with ruler and compasses. 

6. Plane Trigfonometry. 

7. Conic Sections, (Geometrical), and .Analytical Geometry 

of two tiimensions. 

8. Elementary Mechanics, and N'ewton, sections i, ii, iii. 

9. Problems. 

Final Examinatio.n i\' .Arts. 

1. Greek Testa;nent. 

Translation of passag^es into Eng-jish from the prescribed 
booi<s. Questions on Introduction and Subject Matter. 

Prescribed Books: — The Gospel of St. John and the Acts 
of. I he Apostles. » 

2. Evidences of Christianity. 

The chief evidences for the Being and Existence ot God. 
Outlines of Apologetics. 

Presc:ribeil Book : — F"isher, Groioii/s 0/ Theislic and 
Christian Belief {Qm\\.\\r\2i chs. i, iii). 



AKTS (mathematical HONOUKS). 22 1 

*,.* In lieu of subjects i, 2, candidates may satisfy in 
Reiig^ious Knowledjfe tor alleinatives) as provided tor Pass 
Candidates in the Second Year and Final Examinfitions, payes 
21, 27. 

The above subjects must be taken at one time after 
attending- lectures on them for three terms, and the 
remaining- (Mathematical) subjects at anotner time. 

3. Pure Geometry, Geometrical Conic Sections, and Elenien- 

tar\- Analytical Geometry. 

4. Algebra and Plane Trig^onometry. 

5. Elementary Mechanics and Hydrostatics. 

6. Optics and Astronomy. 

In the papers on 13), (4), i ^), (6), the nietluuls of the 
Different la I Calculus sh^li not be used. 

7. Differential and Integral Calculus and Differential 

Equations. 

8. Analytical Geometry oi two and three dimension-.. 

9. Analytical Mechanics and Newton. 

10. General Paper: Theory of Equations, Hydrostatics. 

III. THEOLOGICAL HONOUKS (DURHAM). 

1. Candidates who wish to obtain Theolotiical Honours in the 
Final Examination must have passed the Fiisl Public E.->caniination 
in Arts (Pass or Honouis) ov the Intermediate Examination and 
are required at the eiui of their sixth teini of residence or 
subsequentl}' to satisfy the examiners in the subject matter i-)f 
the Old and New Testaments. 

2. Every candidate for Theologfical Honours must offer a 
portion of the Old Testament (to be studied in the oriifinal 
Hebrew), a portion of the New Testament (to be studied in 
the original Greek), and two other subjects, of which one at 
least must be Dogmatic Theologj- or F.ccieslaslical Historv. 

3 The .Subjects of Examination are as follows : — 

June, 1920 and 1921. 

1. Old Testament. The Hebrew Text of Exodus i-xxiv, and 

Psalms i xli, with Hebrew Grannnar and eas\- Ct)mposi- 
lion. 

2. New Testament. The Greek text of St. Mark, the .Acts of 

the Apostles, St. Paul's Epistles to the Romans and 
Ephesians, and the Epistle to the Hebrews, with Grammar 
and Composition in the style of the Greek of the New 
Testament. 



222 SIKJIAIS 01-- IsXAMlXA riON. 

3. Dogmatic Theology. 

(rt) The Thiee Creetls. 

\b) Tlie tlofliiiio ol tiio I iicaiiialion ami Ilie Atonement, 
with the following ii^xls : — 
Athanasiu.s, De Iticarnatioite. 
Aiiselm, Cur Dfiis Homo? 

4. Ecclesiastical History. 

.A. General Chinch Ili.stoi\ to 451 .A.D., \s\\\\ either 

The Epi.stie of Clement, or the Epi.stles of Ignatius and 
the Epistle of I'olycarp. 

H. English Church Historv. 

Ihe Refotinalion Period, 1509-1603, with Documents 
illustrative of English Church History (ed. Gee 
and Hardy). 

5. Biblical Criticism. 

\a) Old TestHnient. The Hexaleuch aiul Isaiah, to be 
studied in Driver, I >ilrodiictiuii to t/ie Literature 
0/ the Old Testament , and Orr, The Problem 0/ the 
Old Testament , with Cieden, Introduction to the 
Hebrew Bible. 

\h\ New Teslamenl, with Stanton, The Gospels as 
Historical Documents, Vol. I, Knowling, The 
Testimony of St. Paul to Christ, and Kenx'on, 
Handbook to the Textual Criticism of the Xeiv 
Testament , with exact study of the text of the 
Epistle to the Ephesians. 

6. Apologetics, with tiie following texts : — 

The Octa^'ius of .Miimcins Felix and the Epislle to 
Diognetus. 

Illingworth, Personality Human and Divine. 

Caldecoll and Mackintosh, Selections from the literature 
of Theism. 

Jevons, Introduction to the History of Religion. 

IV. HONOURS IN OTIIEl^ SUBJECTS. 

Candidates are required to take the Intermediate Examina- 
tion as provided for pass candidates. 

In the Final Examination they will he examined for Honours 
in two of the following subjects, taken together : A. Modern 
History, B. English Literature, C. French, D. Cierman. 



ARTS (honours). 223 

A. MODERN HISTORY : 

1. Political ami Const iiui ional Histoix' ot Kii<;Iaiui — two 

papeis. 

2. History ofMeelieval and Modeiri Kiirope — 1 \\ o paptMs. 
T,. A special subject — two paj^eis. 

I'erioii until further notice: English History, 1558-1640. 
Special Books : Prolhero. Coiistilutioital Doi unieitls ; 
Gardiner, Coitx! ilut iotiai Dontvieiits to /6yo. 

B. ENGLISH LITERATURE:— 

In and after 1920 : 

(i) Old Eiiijlish. Sweet's Aiig-/o-Sii.vo/i Reader, i, ii, iv xii, xv, 
xvi. xix-xxix. 

N.B. — In and after 1922, Wvatl's Anglo-Saxon Reader, 1-3, 7, 
8, !i, 12, 14, 20. 24, 26-29, 3^. 3:!,- 

(2! Middle English. Chancer, Hous of Fame, Parlement of 
Fouies, 'J'roiliis and Criseyde (Books i-iii|, Sonne Presles 
Tale, Pardoner's Tale and Pi-olofftie ; Langland, Piers the 
Ploivinan (Prologue and Passus i-v, R. text). 

^3) Shakespeare. Richard II, Henry I]', Pait I, Merchant 
of Venice, Hamlet, Antony aJid Cleopatra. Cymbelinc. 

'4) The History of Eng-lish Literature from 1550 to 1700. 

(5) The History of English Literature from 1660 to 1790. 

(6) The History or Eng-lish Liieratuie from 1790 to 1900. 

In s\ibjects (4), (5), (6) candidates will he expected to show 
a first-hand acquaintance with the chief works of tlie 
principal authors ami works of outstanding importance 
bv other writers. 

C. FRENCH:- 

Translation into English of prose and verse passages from 
presciibed and unprescribed books. 

Questions on Language and Metre arising out of the passages 
set. 

Translation into French ot passages fiom English authors. 

French Essay. 

Outlines of French Literature froin 1600 ti> [840. 

Questions on a special period of literature or an author specified, 
and on books prescribed in connection therewith. 

Oral Examination: The reading aloud of a passage in one or 
more of the prescribed books, with viva voce examination in 
P'rench thereon or on the books generally. The written 
repi'oductioii of a passage read by the Examiner. 



224 SlKjlurS OF KX VMINA riON, 

Perinanoni picsci iboei hoiilis : 

Constans Chrestomatliie de l' Ancieii FraiK^uis ( Paris, 
Houilion) p|i. I — 30 and pp. 162 — 173, tDgellier with the 
extracts from P'roissart, V'illon, Marie de France, Roman 
de Renart, Adam de la Halle, Farce de Pailielin, 
V'illehardonin, Joinville, C4>mmynes. 

Lucas, A Book ot French Verse, pp. 44 10 98 (Oxford 
Press). 

The following examination papeis will be set : 

I anil II. Translation from prescribed lexis later than iboo 
with questions on the literature of the special period. 

III. I'ranslation into French and Fssay. 

IV. Translation from unprcscribed texts later than 1600. Oral 

Examination. 

V. Outlines of the history of literature from 1600 to 1S40. 

VI. Translation Irom prescribed texts earlier than 1600, with 
questions on Languatfe and Metre. 

There will be an Oral Examination for wliich all candidates 
will be required to present themselves. 

Special Certificates will be g'ranled to such cantlidaies as 
have obtained distinction in the Oral Examination. 

Special Periods and Booi<s prescribed for I and II. 

F"or June, 1920. 

Period. The second half of the iSth Century. 

Texts. Le Sag-e, Gil Bias ; Turcaret (both, Heaih) ; 
Montesquieu, Let/res Persanes (Macmillan) ; Voltaire, 
Conies et Melanges (Black) ; Zaire (Heath); Beanmar- 
chais, Le Barbier de Seville ; Marivaux, Le Jen de 
r Amour et du Hasard (both, Macmillan) ; .Saint-Pierre, 
Paxil et Virginie (Oxford Press) ; Faguet, Ce que disent 
les livres : Bnffon, Voltaire lCainbridg;e Press); Lucas, 
A Book if Freneh Verse, pp. 142-168 (Oxford Press). 

For June, 1921. 

Period. The 171I1 ceniui-y, with special reference 10 the 
Theatie. 

Texts. Corneille, Le Cid (Cambtydgfe Press) ; Horace 
(Heath); Racine, .Athalie ; Les Plaideiirs (both, Cambridg^e 
Press); .Moliere, Les Pr^cieuses Ridicules ; L Avare ; Le 
Misafithrope (all three, Cambridge Press) ; Les Femmes 
Sai'iintes ( Macmillain) ; Sainte-Beuve, Trois Portraits 
Litt('raires ; Lucas, A Book of French Verse, pp. 99—141 ; 
Latham, Oxford Treasury of French Literature, p. 2ti to 
end (all three, Oxfortl Press). 



ARTS (honours). 225 

For June, 1922. 

Period. The Rotnaniic Revolution in Franee. 

Texts. Stewart and Tiliey, The Romantic Movevicnt in 
French Literature, pp. 1-189 (Cambridge Press). Racine, 
Phl'dre (ed. Babbitt, Heath). V>d\\t^-Aw, Art pndtiqiie (C:\\w- 
bridg^e Press). Victor Hug-o, Notre Dame de Paris ; 
Hernani (Heath). Auzas, les Poetes Franfais dii iq. 
siecle, pp. 79-222 (Oxi'ord Press). De Mussel, 0)t tie 
badine pas avec V amour (Hachetle). Ponsard, Charlotte 
Ciiiday (Cambridg-e Press). 

D. GERMAN :— 

Tiaiisiiition into English o\' prose ami \erse passages fi-om 
pivscribed and unprescribed books. 

t^uesiioiis on Languag:e and Metie aiising out of tin- j^a^sages- 

vf t. 

Translation into Gerinan of passages from English authors. 

Cxennaii Essav. 

Outlines ot German literature from 1600 to 1850. 

Questions on a special period of literature or an author spei ified, 
and on books prescribed in connection therewitli. 

Oral Examination : The leading aloud of a passage in one or 
more of the books prescribed, with viva voce examination in 
German thereon or on the books g-enerallv. 'I'lie written 
reproduction of a passag-e read by the Examiner. 

Permanent prescribed Books : - 

Joseph Wrig-ht's Middle High German Primer, T,rd ediiion 
(Oxford Press). CoWxtz. Selections from. Classical German 
Literature, pp. i 182 (Oxford I'ress). 

The followmg examination papers will be set : — 

I and H. Translation from prescribed texts later than ibco^ 
with questions on the literature of the special period. 

HI. Translation into German and Essay. 

I\'. Translation from unprescribed texts later than iboo. Oral 
Examination. 

\'. Outlines of the history of literature from 1600 to 18^0. 

\'I. Translation from prescribed texts earlier than 1600, with 
questions on languagfe and metre. 

I'here will be an Oral Examination for which all candidates 
will be required to present themselves. 



226 SUBJECTS Oh' KXAMIN.MION. 

Speoial Certificates will be jjiaiiU'J \o siu-ji i-anilidales as 
have obtained distinction in the Oral Kxaininaiii>n. 

Special Periods and Hooks prescribed for 1 and II. 

For June, 1920. 

Period. Goethe and Schiller, 1749 lo 1805. 

Texts. Buchheini, Dentsc'ie I.yrik, Dritte Pcriode (Cioldcn 
Treasury) ; Balladen iiiid Ronianzen, pp. 31 to 93 
(Golden Treasury). Goethe, Eg/no?ii (Oxford Press) ; 
Iphigenie aiif Tuuris (Cambridge Press). Hermann and 
Dorothea (ed. C.irtinell, Cambridtje Press). Schiller, 
Historisclie Skizzcn (Oxford Press) ; die Brant von 
Mexsina (Cambridge Press) ; Wilhelni Tell (Cambridge 
Press). Kckermann, Gesprache uiit Goethe (Blackie). 

For June, 1921. 

Period. 1 805 — 1 850. 

Texts. Bucliheiin, Deutsche J-yrik, pp. ii8-'267 (Golden 
Treasuiy) ; Balladen tind Ronianzen , pp. j 11-232 (Golden 
Trcas\iry). Goethe, Faust I (ed. Thomas, Heath). 
Heinrich von Kleist, Michael Kohlhaas (ed. Wilson, 
Mai-millan). Fouqu^, Vndine (ed. Kleinberg', Teubner, 
Leipzig). Giillparzer, Sappho (Macmillan) ; Buciiheim, 
Heine s Prosa (Oxt'ord Press). Scheffel, Der Trompeler 
von Sakkingen (Macmillan). 

For June, 1922. 

Period. 174810 1805, omitting' Goelhe and Schillet, except 
during the " Sturm und Drang.' 

Texts. Collitz, Selections from Classical German literature, 
PP- '^3 336 (Oxford Press). Lessing', Minna von 
Barnhelin {OvSo\(.\ Press) ; Nathan der Weise (ed. 
Buchheini (Oxt'ord Press) ; Laokoon (Oxford Press) ; 
Goethe, Dichtung und Wahrheit, I-IV (ed. Buchheim, 
Oxford Press) ; Gbtz von Berlichingen (ed. Bull, Mac- 
millan). .Schiller, die Rduber (ed. Schmidt, Cotta, 
Stuttgart). 



HOXOL'R SCHOOLS FOR THK DKCiRKKOF B.A. 
(Nkwca.sti.k Division). 

RECiULATIOXS. 

I. The curriculum for the deg^ree of B.A. with Honours shall 
occupv a period of not less than three and not more than four 
years after the Intermediate Examination.* 

* i.e., for candidates entering: after 1918. 



B.A. HONOURS (NEWCASTLE DIVISION). 227 

2. All caiidiciates for Hoiuiiirs shall be required to pas.s the 
Intel mediate examination tor the Pass curriculum or its 
equivalent before entering- upon Honours study.** Candidates 
shall be iillowed at their own option to pass this examination 
either before entering- ilie College, or after pursuing in the 
College, the Intermediate part of the Pass curriculum. 

5. (."andidates for Honours who, having passed the Interr 
mediate examination before entering the College, elect to spend 
the last part of their course in original research, shall be allowed 
to present themselves for an examination in Honours at the end 
of their second year of residence. But no candidate shall 
proceeti 10 a degree in Arts before the end of the third 
year of residence, ft 

4. All candidates for Honours shall pursue their studies 
under the direction of the Heads of the departments respectively 
concerned ; but sliali not be expected to lake an\- part of the 
Pass cuniculum except that which may be prescribed as a 
subsidiarv ^^ubject in an Honom-s Course. 

5. Honours shall be awaixled in any one of the following 
subjects or groups of subjects : — 

(a) Anv two ot the following languages, with tlieir 

literatures: — Latin. Greek, French, German, Eng-lish.t 
{/)) i'iiie language and literature of England or Fiance or 

Germany together with a corresponding division of 

.Modern History. 
{<;") English Language and Literature. 
{(/) Philosophy. 
(('I Ancient History. 
( / I Modern History. 
(^) Mathematics. 
(//) Philiisophy, together with cither (1) an Ancient or 

^Modern Languag-e as specified in (<7) ; or (2) Ancient 

or jModern History. 
(/) Phil.'-<ophy and Economics. 
[k\ i^Modern History and Economics. 

(/) English Literature and Philosophy (in and after 1923). 
(w) English and Latin Literature (in and after 1923). 
(«) French Language and Literature (in and after 1923). 

t The CO I binntion of Latin and English will be replaced by (»i) English 
and L.itin Litor.iture in and after 1923. The combination of English and 
Fren.h will be replaced by («) French Language and Literature in an J after !q2,;, 

X This will ie withdrawn after 1920. 

§ The co;nbination ot Philos<iphy wilh English will be replaced by (/) English 
Literature and Philosophy (in and after 1923), and the combination of Philosophy 
with Modern History will be withdrawn after 1920. 

** For conditions under which candidates for Honours who have passed 
the Higher Certificate Examination may be excused the Intermediate Exam- 
ination, see Regulations, Title V, Section III, § i. 

\\ This regulation will be withdrawn for candidates entering after 191S. 



22$ SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

b. Ill ihi" s^Ihjecl^ of I'hiloMjpliX', Ancient Historj- and Modern 
History credit will be yiven to candidates who sliow an 
ai-qiiaintanci' willi the lan.eriiaafe of the cliief orig'inal authoriiies 
involved.* 

.\>/(-. In the f'oi i't;oiny Rej;ulalions the term " veai- " shrdl 
be iinderslood to mean all that period of the academic year, 
from September to Ang-nsl, which is covered bv the Armstrong' 
Co'lleg'e session. 

The resjulations concerning Iniennediate Arts at entry will 
be found on p. ^q. 



CURRICULA FOR THE DEGREK OF B A. IN 
HONOURS. 

{.Newcastle Division). 
(\) L.Mi.N AND Greek. 
.V(;/<'.— Latin and Greek may be taken tojjelher, or either of 
them combined with French, German, English Literature^, or 
Philosophy (Coiiisi» III. 

(A) LATIN : 

S (i) .A periotl of Roman History, 79 B.C. — end of reign of 
Tiberius. 

!» (2) Passages for translation from V'ergil, Georgics, Aineid, 
i-vi ; Cicero, Pro Cluciitio, Philippics, i-vi, ix. 

In and after 192^^ the feillowing books will be substituted for 
the above : — 

Vergil, Eclogues ; Georgics, II, I\' ; Aeiicid, I, II, I\', V'l ; 
Ovid, Ainures, I, i, ii, iii, vi, ix, xiii, xv ; II, vi, ix, x, 
xi, xviii ; III, i, ix, XV ; Heroides, I, IV, V, VII, X, 
XII, XIII ; Melanwrphoscs, I ; Cicero, In Verrem Actio 
I, Pro Clucnfio, Philippics, ii, ix, De Fiiiihus, I, II. 

(3-4) Plautus,* Caplivi ; Lucretius,* iii, v; Catullus (Simpson's 
selection) ; Horace, Odes ; Safires, Book I ; Ars 
Poetica' ; Cicero, Lellers (Watson's selection), Part 
\' ; Livy, i, v ; Tacitus, A>iiials,* i, ii ; Agricnla ; 
Juvenal,* i, iii, x ; Pliin, Corrcspinidciice with Trajan, 

(^) Prose composition. 

(6) Unprepared translation. 

* The work.s marked with an asteri":k fri>in \earl6 year are to be studied with 
special attention to their textual, s^rainniatical. literary and historical aspects. 

tin and .if'tcr 102.^ the combination of Latin and Engli.sh will he replaced by 
English and Latin I.iterr.ture. p. 24.-?. 

} Subject 10 the approval of the Head o'i the Oepartnient concerned, 
candidates for Honours may offer at a " Preliminary Honours Examination " 
held not later than the clo.se of the session next before the last year of their 
Honours course, the subjects specilled in (il and (i) of the schemes. 

^ After 1922 this regulation will bf replaced by regulations within the 
various Honours Schools. 



B.A. HONOURS (NEWCASTLE DIVISION), 229 

(7) One ot the following : — f 

1. Essa)' and general papei. 

2. Tlie remains of archaic Latin. 

3. The History of the Roman Frontier in North Britain 

(with ivnovvledge of the inscriptions). 

4. The history of Roman Ejiic, L}'ric, and Satire. 

5. Roman literary criticism. 

6. Latin verse composition. 

7. A Latin essay on a theme set by the examiners (or a 

longer Latin essay or thesis previously approved by 
the Professor). 

8. Roman antiquities. 

9. Geograph\- of the Roman Empire. ' ' ' ' ' = 
10. Roman social life. 

I I. Epicureanism and Stoicism in Rome. . " 

(B) GREEK :- 

S < 1 I A periovl of Cireek History, :;io B.C. — end of Peloponnesian 
Wav. 

S (-) Passages for translation from Homer, ///««', i -vi ; Odyssey, 
vii-xii ; Demosthenes, Dc Corona ; PrtTate Speeches 
(Paley & Sandys' Selection, V'ol. I). 

(3-4) Aeschylus,* Agaviemnon ; Sophocles, Antigone; Euri- 
p.ides, Baccliae ; Aristophanes,* Frogs ; Herodotus, ii, 
vi* ; Thucydides, i, ii" ; Plato, Republic, i-iv ; Aristotle, 
Ethics, i-iv. 

(5) Piose composition. , 

(6) Unprepared translation. '7 • 

(7) Owe of the following : — f 

1. Essay and general [laper. 

2. The Greek dialects. 

3. Greek Epigraphv. 

4. The Poetics of Aristotle a!ul the History of Greek 

tragedw 
S- Greek lilerarv criticism. 



* The works marktd with an .isterisk frmii year to year are to be studied with 
special attention to their textual, jframnialical, literary and historical aspects. 

+ Notice of the suhject selected to he g-iven h.\ the candidate at least six 
months before d.nte tt the e.saniinalioii. 

§ Subject to the appro\;il ot the Head of tile Department concerned, 
candidates tor Honours may offer at a " Preliminary Honours Examination " 
lield not later than the close of the session next before the last vear oi their 
Honours course, the subiects specihtd in (i) and (2) of the scliemes. 

15 



-^io SUHJKCTS OK KXAMINA HON. 

6. History ol' Greek eonuniy, with especial study of its 

relation to politics. 

7. Greek verse composition. 

8. Greek antiquities. 

q. The g'eography of the Greek worltl in the 5th 
century, B.C. 

10. Greek social life. 

11. A period of Greek Philosophy, ei//irf Thfi.\es to Plato, 

or Plato and .Aiislolle. 

(ii) Frknch AN'n German. 

The two subjects mav be taken tog'ether, or either inav be 
combined with another lang-uagre and literature, or with a 
corresponding: period of modern history or with Philosojihy 
(Course II). 

(Al FRENCH :- 

Translation into Knjjlish of prose and verse passa^'es from 
prescribed and unprescribed books. . 

Questions on Lang'uasje and Metre arising- out of the passages 
set. 

Translation inio Fi'onch of passag^es from Eiiglish authors. 

French Essay. 

Outlines of French Literature from 1600 lo 1840. 

Questions on a special period of literature or an author specified, 
and on books prescribed in connection therewith. 

Oral Examination : The reading aloud of a passage in one or 
more of the prescribed books, with t/vo voce examination in 
French thereon or on the hooks generally. The written 
reproduction of a passage read by the Examiner. 

Permanent prescribetl books : 

Lucas, A Book of French Verse, pp. 44 to 98 (Oxford Press). 

Either Constans, Chrestomathie de I'Ancien Francois {V'aus, 
Bouillon), pp. 1-30 and pp. 162-173 ' together with the 
extracts from Froissart, Villon, Mafie de France, RoTiian 
de Renart, Adam de la Halle, Farce de Pathelin, 
V'illehardouin, Joinville, Commynes. 

Or Extraits de la Chanson de Roland par Gaston Paris. 

The following examination papers will be set : 

I and n. Translation from prescribed texts later than i6oo 
with questions on the literature of the special period. 



B.A. HONOURS (NEWCASTLE DIVISION). 23 1 

III. Translation into French and Essay. 

I\'. Translation from unprescribed texts later than 1600. Oral 
Examination. 

V. Outlines of the history of literature from 1600 to 1840. 

VI. Translation from prescribed texts earlier than 1600, with 
questions on Language and Metre. 

There shall be an Oral Exanvnation for which all candidates 
shall be required to present themselves. 

Special Certificates will be granted to such candidates as have 
obtained distinction in the Oral Examination. 

No/f. Subject to the approval of the Head of the Depart- 
ment concerned, candidates for Honours in the Newcastle 
Division may offer at a "Preliminary Honours Examination,' 
held not later than the close of the session next before the last 
year of their Honours course the subjects specified in (I) and 
(II) of the above scheme. 

Special Periods and Books prescribed for I and 11 : 

For June, 1921 (Preliminary Honours). 

Peyiod. The 17th Century, with special reference to the 
Theatre. 

Texts. Corneille, Le Cici (Cambridge Press) ; Horace 
(Hoalh); Racine, Athalie ; Les Plaidenrs (both, Cam- 
briilge Press); Molit^re, Les Prdcieuses Ridicules; 
L'Avare ; Le Misanthrope (all three, Cambridge Press) ; 
Z« Femnies Savantes (Macmillan) ; Saint-Beuve, Trois 
Portraits Litti^raires ; ^LucAi,, A Book of French Verse, 
pp. 99-141 ; Latham, Oxford Treasury' of French 
Literature, p. 211 to end (all three, Oxford Press). 

An Honours School in P'rench Language and Literature will 
be established in the Newcastle Division, in accordance with 
the following Schedule. 

Frknch Langiage and Literature. 
In and after igj'; :-- 

1. Candidates for Honours in the French Language and 
Literature must have passed the Matriculation Examination 
and the Intermediate Examination or their recognised 
equivalents, and must subseqently have pursued a course oi 
study in the Honours School for not less than three academical 
years. 

2. Not less than one year before the Final Examinalion 
for Honours all candidates will be required to presmi a 
certificate of proficiency in one of the following languages : - 



2T{2 SUBJECTS OK RXAMINATION. 

Laliu, Italian. Spanisli or Old I'rovoni^al. This cerlificato will 
be ijranit'd on oxam! lation by the Professor of Modern 
l.an^uajies and ilie Professor of, or Lecturer in, the Lanjj^tia^e 
offered. C'andidates who fail lo jiresent tliis certificate will 
not be allowed to continue ilie Honours Course, and if they 
propose to proceeti lo a Pass Deijree nuist take a furliier 
course of twi> years' stutiy. 

3. The l""inal Examination will conijirise an Oral Kxaniiiiation, 
a Written Kxaniinalion ami a Dissertation. 

4. The Oral Examination will include reading, conversation 
and Phonetii-s. An approved certificate in Phonetics gained "in 

.France shall exempt from the oral examination. 

5. The following papeis will be set in the final Iloiunirs 
Examination : — 

(i) Translation into English of French prose and verse 
passages from unprescribed books, and of French 
idiomatic expressions, 
(ii) Translation into French of jiassages from English autlioi-s, 

and of idiomatic English expressions, 
(iii) . .An essay ir. French. If the dissertation under b be 

presented in French, it shall exempt from (iii). 
(iv) Old French and Renaissance Literature, based on the 
study of the fi>llowing prescribed books : — 
Consians, Chresluniathie de l'A?icien Fninfais ; I. Serments 
de Strasbourg ; II. Sequence de Ste. Etilalie ; III. Vie 
de Saint Leger ; IV'. Vie de Saint Alexis ; V. Chanson 
de Roland (I, II, III); XXIX. Fableaux (I, II); XXX. 
Ani'a.ssin et Nicolette ; XXXVII, LXII. Froissart ; XL. 
Villon ; XXI, XLI. Marie de Fr.-ince ; XLII. Roman de 
Renart ; LIII. Adam de la Halle; LV. P'arce de Maitre 
Pierre Pathelm ; LIX. Villehardouin ; LXI. Joinville ; 
LXIIl. Communes. » 

Lucas, A Rook oj French Verse, pp. 44 to 98 (Oxford 
Pres^) ; Rotisard et la Plfiade, Poesies rlwisies ( Black ie) ; 
Rabelais, .Selections trom Carganfiia , etc. (Blackie) ; 
Montaigne, Select Essays (Blackie). 
(v) and (vi). . French Literature from 1600 to 1800, based on 
the study ot the prescribed texts named below. The 
papers will include passages for translation, questic)ns 
on subject matter, language and metre, and questiv>ns 
on the history t>f literature as exemplilied b\' the 
text- :— 
Corneille, Le Cid (Cambiidge Press) ; Horace (Heath) ; 
Racine, Atkalie, Les Plaideiirs (both Cambridge Press) ; 
Muliere, Les Prdcteuses ridicules, le M isatillirope (Cam- 
bridge Press)^ ; I'Avnrc, Ics Femmes sava?ifes (iMacinillan) ; 
Boileau, Art f)oe'fi(/ue (C'.'imbritlge Press) ; Latham, Oxford, 
Treasury of French /.it era lure, \ol. i, p. jii, to end. 
Lucas, A Hook of French Verse, p]i. 99-141, 



B.A. HONOL'RS (NEWCASTLE DIVISION). 2/^^ 

].e Saije, Gi/ Bias (He;ith), Tiirrniet (Camhridjj-e Press), 
Montesquieu, Lefires peisaiies (Macmillan) ; \^oltaire, 
Confcs ('/ M^/ang-es (Y^\i\^■\^), Zaire iWe'Mh) \ Reaiimaroliais, 
. Le Barhier de Sdvillr (Macmillan) ; Marivaux, Lc Jni de 

r Amour et du Hasard (Mai-niillan) ; Sainl-PieiTC, Paid 
et Virgitiie (Oxford Press). 

(vii) Period, 1820 to 1843, the Romaiitie -Sehool. Candidates 
will be expected to show a first hand aequaiiitance 
with the chief works of the principal authors, and with 
works of outstandinsT importance by other wiiters. 

(viii) One ol" flic folKnvino- ;-- 

(a) A period of French History. 

(b) A period of the history ci'i I'"rench Art (Architecture, 

Sculpture, Painting-). 

(r) French Life and Institutions, social, lethal, pi>litiial 
and educational. 

6. The Candidate shall present, not later than the end i:>i 
the Epiphany Term next preceding' the Final Examination, a 
dissertation, in Ensflish or French, upon some author, period, 
movement or i^enre in French Literature, approved beforehand 
bj' the Head of the Department. If the dissertation be 
■written in French, it shall exempt from paper (iii). 

(B) GERMAN :-- 

Translation into English of jirose and veise passages friim 
prescribed and unprescribed books. 

Questions on Language and .Metre arising out of the p.iss.igcs 

set. 
Translation into German of passages from English aulh.Ms. ■ 
German Essaw 
Outlines of German literature from 1600 to 1S50. 

Questions on a special period of literature or an authoi" specifieil, 
and on books prescribed in i-onnection therewith. 

Oral Examination : The reading aloud of a passage in one or 
more of the books prescribed, with viva voce examina'ion in 
German thereon or on the books geuerallv. The \vr iten 
reproduction of a passage read by the Examiner. 

Permanent prescribed Books : — 

Joseph Wright's Middle High German Primer, ;^rd edition 
(Oxford Press). Colli! z. Selections from Classical German 
Literature, pp. 1-182 (Oxford Press). 

The following examination papers will be set : — 

I and II. Translation from prescribed texts later than 1600, 
with questions on the literature of the special period. 



2^4 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINAIION. 

111. Translalion inlo tii-iiiiaii ami Kssay. 

[V. Translalion Irom iinpresoribcd texts I.iUt llian lOoo. Oial 

ExaniinalioLi. 
\'. Outlines ot ilu- hislory oC lileratuie from 1600 to 1IS50. 
\'l. Translation from [irescrilied texts earlier than idoo, with 
questions on Lang-uatte and Metre. 

There sliall he .nn Oral Examination (ov whicii all laiuliilales 
■shall be required to jiresent themselves. 

Special Cerlifieates will be g-ranted to sui-h landid.ile-^ as 
have obtained distinction in the Oral Examinaiion. 

^\7;/c'.- Subject to the appi-ovfil of the Ilcatl oi' llie 
Department coMeernfi.1, i-aiulitlates for Honoiir-s in the 
Newcastle Division may offer at a " Preliminary Honours 
Examination" held not later than the close of the sessiv)ii 
next before the last )-ear oi' their Honours course, the subjects 
specified in (1) and (II) of ihe above schenu'. 

Special Periods and Books prescribed for 1 auvl II : 
For June, 1921 (Preliminary Honours). 
Period. 1805-1850. 

Texts. Buchheim, Deit/.sr/ie Lyrik., pp. r 18-J67 ((iolden 
Treasur)") ; Bnlladen iind Ronianzen, pp. 1 r 1—232 (tiokieii 
Treasurv). ("»oelhe, I'aitst I (ed. Thomas, Heath), 
Heinrich \on Kleist, Michtiel Kokilmas (ed. Wilson, 
Macmillan). I'"ouque, Undine (ed. Kleinberg, Teubpcr, 
Leipzig-). Cirilljiai zer, Safip/io (Macmillan); Buchleim 
Heine's Prosa (Oxford Press). Scheffel, Der Tn D.ttiet 
Ton Siikkinfren (Macmillan). 

(iii) Enc.i.isii LlTt;R.\Tl i^k. 

(Jointly with some other taiiiruiii^e or P/ii/osop/iv, Course 1 1 ). 
*In and alter 1920 : 

(i) Old Eng-lisli. Sweet's A>i^lo-Saxon Readei , i, ii, iv xii, xv, 

xvi, xix-xxix. 
N.H -In ai.il after 1922, Wyatt's Anglo-Saxon Redder, 1-3, 7, 

8, II, 12, 14, 20, 24, 26-29, 32> ZZ- 

(2) .Midtlle English. Chaucer, Hous of Fame, Parlement of 

Foutes, Troilus and Criseyde (Books i-iii), Nonne Prestes 
Tate, Pardoner's Tale and Prologue ; Langland, Piers the 
Plowman (Prologue and Passus i-v, B. text). 

(3) Shakespeare. Richard II, Henry IV, Part I, Merchant 

of Venice, Hujnlel, Antony and Cleopatra, Cymbeline. 

(4) The Historj^ of English Literature from 1550 to 1700. 

* 111 and after 1923 the comliination of Latin and Eng^lish will be replaced by 
English and Latin Literature, p. 24.'!; the combination of Philosophy and 
English will be replaced by English Literature and Philosophy, p. n^. and the 
combination of English with any other language will be withdrawn. 



ii.A. HONOl'KS (XliWcASlI.K ni\isioN). .■• "; 5 

(S) The History of English LileraUire trom i6bo 10 1790. 

(0) Ihc Hisioiy or English Literature from 1790 to 1900. 

Ill subjects (4), (5), (61 candidales will be expected to show 
a first-hand acquaintance with the chief works of the 
liiincipal authors and works ot outstandingf importance 
by other writers. 

.\'.//t'. -Subji'ct to the ajipnnal oi' the Head of tiie Department 
coiicerneil, candidates for Honours may offer at a Preliminary 
Honours Examinaiion, held not later than the close ot the 
last Session before the last year of their Honours course, any 
twi> of ! he subjects specified in the abo\e scheme. 

(iv) Enci.isii Lanci ac;k and Litki^atike. 

Ill aiul atiei 192,,. 

1. *Can».lidates for Honours in Eiig'lish Lang'uag'e and 
Literaiure must ha\e passed the .Matriculation Examinaiion 
aiul the Interniediaie Examinaiion and must subsequently 
ha\'e pursued a lourse of study in the Honours School lor 
not less than three academical \e<Hrs. 

2. Not less than two vears before the Final examination 
for Honours all candidates will be required to present a 
certificate ot proficiency in two lang^uag'es, one beingf an 
ancient ami the other a modern language. This certificate 
will be granted after exiimination by the Professor of English 
and the Professors of the Languages offered. Candidates who 
fail to present this certificate will not be allowed to continue 
the Honours course, and if they propose to proceed to a pass 
ilegree the\ m\i->t lake a further course of two years' study. 

3. In addition to the subjects ot the Honours Examination 
all caniiidales will be required to present themselves, not 
latei- than three terms before the Honours Examinatioit. tor 
examinaiion in one ot' the following subjects : 

(ill A language, ancient or modern. 

(dj A philosophical subject. 

If) Modern Histor\. 

The standan.! ot liiis examination will be that of a Final Pass 
examination, bui the syllabus will not necessarily be that 01 
the pass course. The marks obtained in this examination will 
not be taken into account in ,i warding the place in the class- 
list in the Final Honours examination, nor will success in this 
examination be recorded on the Testamur. But no candidate 
will be admitted to the Final examinaiion for Honours who 
shall not have satisfied the examiners in this examination. 

4. The following papers will be set in the Final Honours 
Examination : 

i.f.. Candidates entering after iqic). 



230 SlTHJliclS OK liXA.MINAl ION. 

(i) Old Kiij;Iisli. Wvali, .l>ii;/o-S<i.vofi Reader, 1-3, 6-14, 
lb Ji, 23, 24, -27-35. Beowulf, \\. 1-1250. Runic and 
Heroic i oeiiis (eii. Dickins), oniiuiiig the Norweg-ian 
aiul Ii-el;iiuiii- Runic Poems .nnd Hildobrand. 

(ii) Middle English. Chaucer, Fhms of Fume, Pa> lenient 

of Fou/es, Troiliis and Criseyde, Mcwks i- iii ; 

Laiiicland, Piers Ihe Plowman, I'rolognc and Passus 

i \- ( H. text); Literarv Middle F.n[rlixh Render (ed. 

A. .S. Cook). 

In (i) and (ii) questions will be sel on the hisiory ot' Old 

anil Middle English Literature as illustrated in the 

selected texts. 

(iii) The History of the English Language, with passages 
tor translation trom boi<ks not previously prescribed. 

(iv) Shakespeare, with a special study v>t' Richard II, 
Richard III, Henry IV, Part 1, Much Ado About 
Xothing, Hamlet, Merchant of Venice, Anto?ty 
and Cleopatra, Cynibeline. A knowledge of the 
pre-Shakespeiean drama in England will aKo he 
recjuired. 
(v) The History ot English Literature from 1550 to 1 700. 
(vi| The History of English Literature from 1660 ti) 171)". 
(vii) The History of English Literature from 1790 to igoo. 
(viii)&(ix) \ .Sjjecial Subject, either chosen from the i'ollowing 
list or, alter due notice to and ap])roval by the 
Professor, selei:ted by the candidate. 

1. Beowulf and the Riddles, or, the poems o\' the I'.xeier 

Rook and the Veicelli MS. 

2. Poems attributed to the Sir Ga.wa\ ne poet .oui ihe 

alliterative Morte O" Arthur or Piers Plowman, or 
English Miracle and .Morality Plays, m- the 
Scottish Chaucerians. 

3. Plays oi Marlow, Greene, K\cl, Peele, Lyly, Lodge, 

Xash, Early Plays from the Italian led. Hc^nd). 
Early Classical Tragedies (ed. Cunliffi or Jacobean 
and Caroline Cometlv, or Jacobean and Caroline 
Traged}'. 

4. Spetiser, or .Milton, or Dryden, or Swift atid Pope, 

or Wordsworth and Coleridge, or Tennyson and 
Browning, or William Morris (poems only), Rossetli 
and Swinburne (excluding tlH> dramas). 

5. English Literary Criticism, either, down to 1700. or 

from 1700 to 1H97. 
Canilidates will be expected to deal with subject 5 
in relation to such works in Latin, Greek, French 
and (jerman on Literary Criticism as may affect 
the selected period. 



B.A. HONOURS (NKWCASILK Dl\l>.ION ). 237 

In the Newcastle Division candidates will offer, in place of 
papers (viii) and (ix) a Dissertation, which tiuist be sent to 
the Secretary of Examinations six weeks before the beg"innin^ 
of the Final Examination. 

(v) Phiu\sophv. 

Candidates may either take Honoiiis in Philosophy alone 
(Course 1), or combine Honouis in Philosophv (Course II) 
with Honours in a Languag-e, Ancient or Modern (including' 
English), or with Honours in Ani-ieiit or "Modern History, 
or in Economics. 

No candidate will be admitted to either Honours Course who 
has not taken Philosophy in tiie Intermediate Examination, or 
otherwise satisfied the Piot'essor of his fitness to join liie 
classes. 

Coi;k,se I. 
(For Ccmdida/es lakuig Honours in Fliilosophy alone). 

1. Outlines of the Historv of Philosiiphy — one paper. 

2. Either the Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle with special 

study of the Republic and Ef/iirs ; 

Or the Philosophy of Hume and Kant with special study o 
Hume's Treatise on Hitman Xatiire and Kant's Kritik 
der reinen Vernitn/t :ind Kritik der piaktisrheu V ernunft— 
two papers. 

N.B. — Special credit will be given to candidates who 
show a knowledge of the Greek or German Texts. 

3. Logic, including Metaphysics and Psychology — two papers. 

4. Moral Philosophy — one paper. 

5. -Advanced Philosophy or Political I'hilosonhy — one paper. 

6. Essay — one paper. 

7. A special subject to be selected — two papers. Canditlates 

will select their special subject in consultation with the 
Professor. Candidates may, with the consent of the 
Professor, present a thesis on an approved subject in 
lieu of oflFering a special subject foi- examination. The 
Thesis must be sent in a month before the beginning 
of the examination. 

Note. — Subject to the approval of the Head ot the Department, 
candidates for Honours may offer at a Preliminary Honours 
Ex.iniination held not later than the close of the session 
prccv'ding the last year of their Honours Course, the subjects 
spi'cilied in i, 4, and 3 (one paper) of the syllabus. 

* Not after igio. 



2^8 SrHJKCT.s Ol- KXAMINA I ION. 

" Cm KSh; 1 1. 
[Fur C(iiiiiiihi/ts iDinhiiiiiig lInuourA in /'ii i/osopliy -ii'i//i Honours 
in soiiir oi/ier siihjecl). 

1. Tlie ciiief pi-ol)leiiis of Pliilosopli\', liisloi'n.all\- irealiil. 

2. Moral l''liiloNopli>'. 

■•y\. Two of ilie lollowing' siiliji-cts : -I'oliiii ;il I'liilosojiliy, 
Pysolioloji'v, or Economics. 

5. .\n EssHV. 

Cnnciida/es ivito lake the combined School of Piii'osopliy and 
Economics "will be examined in a Joint Essay paper. 

Xnte. — .Siihjecl lo the approval of llie Head ol the Dcpaiimctit, 
candidates lor Honours may offer at a Preliminary Honours 
ExamniarK>ii. held not later than the close of the Session 
preceding the last year of their H(.)iioiir.si i-ourse, the subjects 
specifietl in 1 and 2 of the ssUfibus. 

(vi) AnXIKNI HiSlOUV .\NT) I'Hi.l IICAI, I'l 1 1 l.OSlMM I V. 

1. Outlines ol Cirei'k History from the earliest times lo de.iili ot 

Ale.xander. 

2. Outline^ o\' Koman History ti\)m the earliest times to death of 

Trajan. 

3. A Perioil ol CVreek History lo be stiulicii in detail : either 

510-404 B.C.. or 445 T,2T, B.C. 

4. A perioil oi Koman Hisioiv to he studied in detail : either 

from the First Punic War lo the death of Caesar ov from 
the Gracchi 10 ihe death i>f Nero. 
^. Subject-matter o\' selected portions Iv) be piescribed from 
Herodotus, Thucvdides, I'lato's Republic, Aristotle's 
Politics. 

6. Subject-matter of selec-ed [)oitions to he presenletl from 

Cicero. Caesar, Salhist, Tacitus, l^ivy. 

7. Unseen Translation from two of the foUowinj^ lanifuriifcs : — 

Greek, Latin, P'rench, German. 

8. An Essay. 

9-1 j. One subject from each of the following jfioups : — 
\n) History of Greek Lileniture. 
Hislor\' of Rornan Literature. 
The Minoaii and Mycenaean Ajfes. 
{b) Geog'raphy of .Ancient Cireece (Greek Colonisation) and 
(in special detail) the lopoj^rajfliy of Athens. 
Geog'raphy of Ancient Italy and oS. the Roman Empire 

and (in special detail) the topoijraphy of Ixiime. 
Greek Sculpture. 
Greek and Roman Architecture. 

* 111 and after 1923 the combination of PhiU>sv)phy with Eng-jish will be 
replaced by English Literarure and fhilosuphy. p. .14.!. 



SA. HONOURS (NEWCASTLE IMVISION). 239 

{<:) Poiiiical Inslitutions ai Alliens. 
Politica! Institutions at Rome. 
Comparative Relig^ion, Greek and I\oinan. 
Social Life at Athens and Rome. 

{</) The Arehaeolojiy of" the Roman Wail (.Wnvrastie to 
Sol way). 
The Roman Occupation in Britain. 
-A seltH'ted period ot Eiitflish History. 

A selected period otModern C0nlineni.1l Misiory. "-^ 

Political Economy. 

(vii) .MoHHRN iiisroRV. 

1920 -'2. 

1. Political ami Con-~iitutional Hisloiy 01 Ivnglaiul — two papers. 

2. Histoiv of .Mediaeval anil Modern Europe--! wo papers. 

3. Essay — one paper. 

4. .\ special subject — two papers. 

Perioii : English Histoi\ 155S— 1640. 

Special Books : l^rothero. Constitutional Docnnicnts. 

Gardiner, Constitutional Diiciinii-iils to 1(^40. 

5. Political Science — one paper, 
b. I'oiitical Economy — one paper. 

7. Econoniii' 1 listory of England— one paper. 

8. LTuseen translation from two oi the four lang'uajjes : latin, 

Greek, French, tierman — c>ne paper. 

Xote. — Subject to the approval of the Head of the Department, 
ciindidates iov Honours in Modern History inay oft'er at a 
Preliminary Honours Examination, held not later than the close 
of the .Session before the last year of their Honours course, the 
subjects specified in the following' list : — 

I 1) Historx of England to 1485. ' " . 

(2) History of Europe, 476-1453. 

(3) Political Econom\-. 

(4) Economic History. •■-t;, ,_ 

In and after 1923. 

I. '*Candidales for Honours in Modern Hislor}- must have 
passed the Matriculation Examination and the Intermediate 
Examination or their equivalents and must subsequently have 
pursued a couise of study in the Honour School for not less 
than three academical years. 



I.e., Candidatts enteriiifj after 191 

i 



240 SI MJJielS OK liXAMlNA HON. 

2. Not less than two years bot'ore the Final examination 
for Honours all candidates will be require*.! 10 presi-iU a 
ceitificate of prolieiency in two lanjj;iia.i;es, one beintr Latin 
and the otliei- a modern lantfuajfe. This certificate will be 
granted ai'ler examination by the I'rol'essor ot Modern History 
and the Professors of the lang-uaj^es offered. Candidates who 
fail to present this certificate will not be allowed to continue 
the Honours couise and if they pri)pose to jiroceed to a pass 
dejjree they must take a course of two years' stud\- and 
examination in the pass subjects. 

The followinii;^ papers will be set in llu- Final Himu>ui-s 
Examin^ition : 

1. Political Histoiv of Kns^land (one paper). 

2. Ci)nstitutional and Etonomic History of Fn^l.oul (iwo 

pjipers). 
A Special Knowledg^e of the foUowinjj- dociunenls will be 
required : — " Select Documents ot Ennlisii Constitu- 
tional History ' (ed. Adams anil Stejihens, Macmillan, 
1910). 

3. Outlines of Emopean History (two papers). 

4. Special Subject (two papers). 

either («) The Reiti^n of Richard !I or (A) The Hevelop- 
ment of Seif-Government in Canada, or (c) Eng-lish 
Hiiitory, 1558-1640. 

5. History of Economic Theory (one paper). 

6. "Political Philosoph}' (one papei). 

7. A choice of one of the following- subjects (one paper) : — 

Ancient History. 

Ecclesiastical Hislt)iv. 

Entflish Literature. 

French Literature. 

Gei man Lilcraturi'. 

History of a period of English Pliilosopliy. 

History of .Art. 

History of Education. 

(viii) *Moi)KR.\ History co.niointly with a MoDiiRN Langiage 

OR Philosophy (Coirse H) or Economics. 
1920 and jg2 I. 

1. Political and Constitutional History of England— two. papers. 

2. History of Mediaeval and Modern Europe two papers. 

3. A special Subject — two papers. 

Period: English History 1558-1640. 

Special Books : Prothero, Constitutional Documents. 

Gardiner, Constitutional Documents to 1640. 

* This will be withdrawn after iq20. 



B.A. HONOURS (NEWCASTLE DIVISION). 241 

Note — Subject to the approval of the Head of the 
Department, candidates for Honours in Modern History 
conjointly with a Modern Languag-e may oflFer at a Preliminary 
Honours Examination, held not later than the close of the 
Session before the last year of their Honours Course, the subjects 
specified in the following list : — 

(1) History of England to 1485. 

(2) History of Europe, 476-1453. 

(ix) Mathematics. 

I. — Pure MafheiiKifics. 
First Vkak 

Algebra, Plane Trigonometry, elements of Theory of 
Equations, elements of Infinitesimal Calculus, Pure and 
Co-ordinate Geometry of Conies, Spherical Trigonometry. 

Second Year — 

T)leor^■ of Equations, Infinitesimal Calculus, Co-ordinate 
Geometry of three dimensions as far as the treatment of 
the Ouadric, elements of Differential Equations. 

Third Year — 

Co-ordinate Geometry of three dimensions. Higher Plane 
Curves, elements of Theory of Algebraic Forms, elements 
of Theory of Functions. 

U.— Applied Mathemixlicx. 
First Year — 

Statics, l")\namics, Hydrostatics. 

Second Year — 

Analvtical Statics, Rigid Dynamics, elements of the Theory 
of \'ibi-ations. -.. ! , • . ^ • ■;-. . ■ . . 

Third Year — 

Advanced Rigid Dynamics, and one ot the following 
divisions ; — 

(rt) Hydrodynamics, Sound, Elasticity. 
(//) Attractions, Electricity, Optics. 

(x) Economics {^jointly ivitli Pliiloxophy, Course II, vr 
''Modern History, Course II). 

!. The Principles of Economics (2 papers). 

1. The h^conomic History of England (1 paper). 

3. The History of Economic Theory (i paper). 

4. Special Subject (i paper). ■ 

5. An Essay. 

Candidates ivho take the combined Sclivol of Economics and 
Philosophy "will be examined in a Joint Essay paper. 

* This will he withdniwn after 1920. 



242 SL'HJliCTS OV EXAMINATION. 

(Xi) ENcil.lsll l.n l-.KATIRK AM) I^HII.OSOPHV. 

In ami attei' 1923. 

11) Candidates for Honouis in linsjlish Lileraluie and 
Philosopliv must have passed tlie Matriculation Kxaniinalion 
anil tlie Intermediate Examination or their recognised 
equivalents, and must subsequent!)' have pursued a course 
of study in the Honours School for not less than three 
academical years. 

(2) Not less than two years' before the Final Examination 
for Honours all candidates will be lequired to present a 
certificate of proficiency in two Ians5fua_s>es, one beingf an ancient 
and the other a modern lang'uatj^e. This certificate will be 
ijranted on examination b\' the Professors of Enjflish and 
Philosoph}' and the Professors of the Lang'uag'es offered. 
Candidates who fail to present this certihi ate will not be 
allowed to continue the Honours Course, and if they propose 
to proceed to a Pass Deg'ree they must take a further 
course of two years' study. 

(3) The following papers will be set in the Final Exaniinatii>ii. 
(i) English Literature from 1350 to 1700. 

(ii) English Literature from 1660 to 1790. 
(iii) English Liieratuie from 1790 to 1900. 

(iv) Literary Theory. A special knowledge of the following 
works will be required : — Aristotle, T/ie Poetics, 
Sidney, An Apulogie for Pocsie, Dryden, Essays and 
Prefaces, Wordsworth, Critical Prefaces^ Coleridge, 
Biographia Literaria, Shelley, A Defence of Poetry, 
Arnold, The Function of Criticism, Meredith, Essay 
on Comedy. 
The following should also be consulted : — Longinus, 
On the Sublime ; Ben Jonson, Timber or Disroi^eries ; 
and plays passim ; Pope, Essay on Criticism, and 
Essay on Man ; Addison, Spectator, papers Nos. 411- 
421 inclusive ; Fielding, Preface to Joseph Andrews 
and introductions to the different books of Turn 
Jones ; Johnson, Preface to Shakespeare ; Lessing, 
Laocoon ; Hazlilt, On Poetry ; Bradley, Shakesperian 
Tragedy, and Oxford Lectures on Poetry ; Butcher's 
Aristotle's Theory of Poetry and. Fine Art; Bergson, 
Ac /i^ire ; Croce, Aesthetic. 

(v) History of Pliilosophs : Descartes, Locke, Berkeley- 
Hume, Kant. 

(vi) Moral Philosophy : Selby Bigge, British .Moralists, 
Mill, Green. 

(vii) Political Philosophy : Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Burke. 
Mill, Green. 



H.A. HONOURS (NEWCASTLE DIVISION). 24^ 

(viii) .S[»ecia) Subject. One of the following^ : — 

(«) Si-liolasticisiii in Medieval Eng'lish Literature. 

(b) The Cambridgfe Platonists. 

{(■) I'latonisin in English Poetrv. 

{(/) Bacon. 

((') The i8th Century Deists. 

( /') The idealist movement in the igth Century. 
or a similar subject selected by the candidate after due 
notice to and approval by the Professors concerned. 
Candidates may, if they wish, offer a dissertation in j^lace 
of paper viii. Such a dissertation must be sent to the 
Secretary of Examinations six weeks before the beg'innin^ 
of the Final Examination. 

(xii) English and Latin Literatire. 

In and after 1923. 

II ) Candidates foi- Honours in the .School of Eng-iish and 
L.itin Literature must have passed the Matriculation Examina- 
tion and the Inlerniediale Examination or their recognised 
equivalents and must subsequently h;i\e pursued a course oi' 
study in the Honours .School for not less than three academical 
years. 

(2) Not less than two years before the Final Examination 
for Honours all candidates will be required to present a 
certificate of proficiency in one langfuage other than Latin. 
This certificate will be granted after examination by the 
Professors of Classics and English and the Professor of the 
language offered. Candidates who fail to present this 
certificate will not be allowed to continue the Honours Course, 
and if they propose to proceed to a Pass Degree they nuist 
take a further course oi' two years' studv. 

(3) The following papers will be set in the Final Honours 
examination : — 

(i) English Literature from 1350 \o 1700. 

(ii) English Literature from 1660 to 1790. 

(iii) English Literature from 1790 to igoo. 

(iv) History of Latin Literature from 240 B.C. to 180 A.D. 

(v) Passages for translation from : — Vergil, Eclogues ; 
Georgics, H, IV ; Aeneid, I, II, IV, VT ; Ovid, 
Aiiiores, I, i, ii, iii, vi, ix, xiii, xv : II, vi, ix, x, xi, 
xviii ; III, i, ix, xv ; Heroides, I, IV, \ , \TI, X, 
XII, XIII ; Metamorphoses, I ; Ciceio, In Verrem 
Aclio I, Pro Cliientio, Phinhpics, ii, ix, De Finihus 
I, II. 



244 Sl'BJECTS OK KXAMtNATION. 

(vi) and (vii^ i'rt'scribed Texts: -Plaiiiiis, Captivi ; Terence, 
AdelpJioe ; f.nrretitis \ \ Catullus (Simpson) ; Horace, 
Odes I, II, III ; Snlires I, i, iv, v, vi, ix, x; Epistles 
II, i ; Ars Porfira ; Juvenal I, III, X ; Seneca, 
Phnedni. 
Livy I ; Saliust, Catiliita ; Tacilus, Dialogus de Orntorihiis, 
Gerniania ; Petronius, Cena Trimalchionis ; Seneca, 
A pocolocyntosis ; Apuleius, Cupid and Psyche. 

(viii) The History of Criticism with special reference to the 
History of Latin Criticism to the Renaissance and of 
English Criticism to 1800. A knowledg'e of the 
followinjf texts will be required : — Horace, Ars 
Poetica ; Ouintilian, Instittites, Bk. X ; Dante, De 
Vidgari Eloquio, Elizabelhan Critical Essays, ed. 
Gregory Smith. 17/// Century Critical Essays, ed. 
Sping-arn. 18/// Century Critical Essays, ed. Durham. 
Dryden, Essays, ed. Ker. 

(ix) Latin Prose Composition. 

(x) L'nprepared Translation. 

(xi) A special subject chosen from the following list or one 
selected by the candidate after due notice to and 
approval by the Professors concerned at least one 
year before the Final Examination : — 

(a) The History of Roman Satire and its influence on 

English Literature. 

(b) The influence of the Comedies of Plautus and 

Terence on the development of English Comedy. 

(c) The influence of Seneca on Elizabethan drama. 

(d ) The infl\ience of Ovid on Medieval and Renaissance 

Literature. 

(e) Latin L^'iic Poetry including a study of its influence 

on English Lyric Poetry ot' the i6lh and 17th 

centuries. 
(_/') Latin and English lettei-wrilers. 
In place of paper (xi) a candidate may, with the approyjil 
of the Professors concerned, off'er a dissertation on his special 
subject. .Notice of such intention must be given to the 
Professors at least one year before the examination, and 
the dissertation itself must be sent to the Secretary of 
Examinations at least six weeks before the beginning of 
the Final Examination. 

NiiTK. — Candidates who take the Preliminai-y Honours 
Examination referred to in the ni^tes to individual subjei'ts 
will be classified in three liivisions : 

(i) Those that are i-ecommencied to proceed to the Final 
Course in Honours. 



I 



B. A. HONOURS (NEWCASTLK DI\'ISI0N). 245 

(2) Those that are recommended to proceed to a I'ass 

deg'ree. Such candidates must at the end ot their 
third year pass the Final Examination. 

(3) Those that fail. Such candidates must attend a full two 

years' Pass Course before qualifying' for a deg'ree. 

Candidates under (2) and (3) who took the Intermediate 
Examination at entry may be transferred to a Pass Course 
under the same conditions as other candidates. 

All candidates for Honours who wish to take the Intermediate 
examination before entering- the College shall be required : — 

{a} To announce in their application form the subjects in 
which Ihey propose to read tor Honours. 

{b) To offer themselves for all the requisicc subjects at one 
and the same examination. 

(r) To pass such fuitiier tests as may be required by the heads 
of the Departments in which the\' propose reading for 
Honours. The tests will be as foliinvs : — 

( 1 ) Latin, one paper consisting- of — 

{a) Translation fi oni unprepared Authors, prose anil verse. 

(6) Grammar anti Syntax. 

(r) Continuous Prose Composition. 

(2) Greek. Paper on same lines as Latin. 

(3) French. One paper consisting of: — 

la) Translation from unprepared Authors, priise and verse. 
(6) Translation from English into F"rench. 
(r) Free Composition in French. 

(4) Geiman. Paper on same lines as French. 

(5) English. An Essay. 

(6) Modern History. An Essa)'. 

(7) Mathematics. One paper consisting of problems in Pure 

and Applied Mathematies. 

(81 Ancient History. An Essay. 

(9) Economics. An Essay. 

(10) Piiilosophy. The subject matter of Hooks I — 1\' of 
Plato's Republic. 

Those students who propose i-eatling in a single subject 
Honours School other than Mathematics will be required to 
pass two tests, one in their own subject as set forth above, 
and a special lest in some language, ancient or modern. 

(d) To satisfy the Examiners at the June examination. 
16 



246 SUMJECIS OF KXAMIN'A riDN. 

MILITARY SCIENCE. 

Under coiulitioiis specified in the different sjllabuses, Military 
Science mav be laken as an optional subject for the Deg'rees 
of R.A. and B.tom., Part I in the First Year Course, 
and Part II in the Second Year Course. 

Candidates for these degfrees who do not offei- .Mililary 
Science as part of their degree course may offer it as an 
extra subject, and, if successful, will receive a special 
certificate to that effect. 

PART I. FIRST YFAR COURSE. 

The elements of Organisation. 

The Elements of Tactics. 

Musketry. 

Practical Work. Section, Platoon, and Comiiany Drill. 

Field Training, Musketry. 
The course of instruction to consist of two hours lectures 
per week, together with from two to three hours practical work. 

PART II. SECOND YEAR COURSE. 
Advanced Organisation and Administration. 
Advanced Tactics. 
The Elements of Strategy. 
The Elements of Military Law. 
Practical Work. Company and Haltalion thill. Advanced 

Field Training, ^Iusketry, Tactical Exercises. 
The course of instruction to consist of two hours lectuies 
per week and from two to three hours practical work. 

Detailed syllabuses of the above courses are showTi below : — 
Part I. First Year. 

The Elements of Organisation. 
The Organisation of a Battalion, personnel, animals. 
First line transport, train transport, supplies. 
Food and ammunition, disposal of sick and wounded. 
Similai-ly for cavalry and artillery. 

7'he Elements of Tactics. 

The function of the different arms ; reconnoitring, outposts, 
flank, night and other marches ; ground in relation to tactics. 
Principles of employment of infantry, cavalry, artillery ; 
co-operation of the three arms. Principles of attack and 
defence ; the influence of rivers, defiles, bridges, villages, and 
woods on tactics ; convoys, the influence of modern improve- 
ments in equipment on tactics. 

Musketry. 
Construction, powers and use of a modern rifle. Ammuni- 
tion. Theory of rifle fire, theory of collective fire. 



CIVIL LAW. 247 

Pnic/iccil Work. . • 

Commands and movements in Section, Platoon, and 
Compan\- drill. 

Field Training : — Attack and defence, outposts, advance and 

real g-iiards, flank guards, wood and village fighting. 
Musketry: — Miniature range work. Open range work. 
Field firing. 

Part II. Second Year. 

Advanced Organisation and Administration. 

Organisation of brigades, divisions, cavalry division, armv 
corps, ro^-al engineers. 

Recoicls. Establishment of bases and depots, reinforcements, 
transportation of troops, clothing and equipment, 
mobilisation, army service corps, Ro\'al Army medical 
corps. 

Advanced Tactics. The Scheme outlined in the first \ear 
course will be studied more deeply. 

Elements 0/ Strategy. General principles of strategy, 
historical examples, lines of communication. 

Elements of Military La7v. The Army Act, rules oi pro- 
cedure, international law. 

Practical Work. Commands and formations in Company 
and Battalion drill. Field fortifications. Art ot 
instructing in musketry. Tactical Exercises. 

CIVIL LAW.' 

FOR THE DEGREE OF B.C.L. 

(i) Roman Law (to be studied in the Institutes of Justinian, 
Moyle's edition recommended). 

(2) Jurisprudence (in Holland's Jurisprudence, parts i and ii ; and 

Maine's Ancient La7v). 

(3) The Principles oj the English Law op Contract ^ Anson ).-' 

(4) Principles of the Law of Real Property (Joshua Williams), or 

Jenks' Modern Land Law. 

(5) Principles of the Law of Personal Property (Williams) and 

Raleigh's English La7v op Property. 

(6) Either International Law ^ (in W. E. Hall's Treatise on 

International Laiv). 

(7) Or Constitutional Law'' (in Anson's Law and Custom of 

the Constitution (the whole work) ; and Dicey's Law of 
the Constitution). 

• An examination will be tield in November, iq2i. 

2 A Selertion of Cases on the Lutv of Contracts, by C. C. Langdell 
(Boston : Little, Brown, & Co.,) or failing that, the Selection by G. B. Finch 
(Can)bridge University Press) is recommended to those students who cannot 
obtain access to a Law library. 

3 Candidates for distinction must take both International and Constitutional 
Law. 



248 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

CaiKliilale^ will hi- expoclcci lo show an aci|iiaintaiKe with llie 
chief cases inentioiied in their English Law Books. 

The Degrees ot B.C.L. and D.C.L. can only be obtained by 
Students who have token the Degree of B.A., after residence 
and studv in the University of Durham, and are of the requisite 
standing, and have passed the further examinations, or 
performed the exercises required by the University, and have 
paiil the iei]uisite lees. 



FOR TllK DEGREE OV D.C.L. 

The Exercise lor the degree of D.C.L., until further notice 
will be — 

Either : — 

(a) A published work approved by Senate, 

or (/v) Two disseilations on subjects approved by the Hoard of 
the Faculty oi Arts. 

The F^xercise must be sent to the Secretary of Examinations, 
Durham, before the first day of the Easter or Michaelmas 
Terms, tog'ether with the F'xamina'ion Fee ot j^\o los. It 
will not be accepted unless it be adjudged by the Examiners 
to be a sufficient contril)utit)n to learning'. 



M.A. AND M.LITT. 249 

FOR THE DEGREES OF M.A. AXD .\ELITT. 
The following are the regulations now in force with respect 
to the Exercise for the degrees of M.A. and M.Litt. : - 

The exercise for the ^LA. ami .\ELitt. shall be workod in 
the *Examination Rooms at l")iirhani ov Arnistront;- Colleg^e ; 
the exercise is an essay, with questions bearing upon the 
subject, and in the case of Eatin, Greek, French, and German, 
a knowledg-e of the prescribetl bvioks in the orii^inal is required ; 
the subject for examination is, at the option o\' the candidate, 
one of the followinyf : — 

(i) V'erg-il, with special reference to the Edogiics .ind 
Georgics (reconnnended : — Sellar's VcrgU), or 
Tacitus, with special reference to the Histories 
(recommencied :— Spooner's Histories, Boissier's 
Tacitus, Henderson's Civil War and Rebellion. 

(ii) Plato s Repnhlir, with special reference tc^ Books 
i-v (recommended : —XetUeship's Lectures on the 
Republic), or Euripides, with special reference to 
ihe Helena, the Orestes and the Hercules Furcns 
(recommended : — Dei-harme's Euripides. Wrrall's 
Four Plays of Euripides). 

(iii) Descriptive Astronomy (rei,onniu'uded :— Xewconibs 
Popular .■islroiioni y). 

(iv) The Histor\- of Eni^iish Institui ions, with special 
reference 10 Tlie Const if uiioual History of English, 
by F. W. Maitland, and A History of English 
Legal Institutions, by R. T. Carter, 4th ed. 1910 ; 
or The P'rench Revolution. 

(v) Philosophy. Special Subjects in Logic, Psychology, 
Ethics, ]\Ietaph\sics, History of Philosophy, or 
Political Science may be offered, provided they shall 
have been previously approved by the Professors of 
Philosophy at Durham and Xewcastle, and the 
Professor of Logic antl Psychology at Durham, 
jointly. 

(vi) French. 

La Fontaine : His Life and Literary Career, with a 
special study of his Fables. A complete edition, 
with notes, is published by Hachette. 

* Under certain conditions as to invig-ilation, &c. (which must he approved 
by the Board of the Faculty of Arts)' the Examination for M.A. or M.Litt. 
may be held abroad. The Fee for examination abroad is ^,3. .Application 
should be made at least six months beforehand to the Secretary of 
ExamiuAtion). 



2^0 srujECTS OK I'XAMIXA ! U1N. 

Useful books for reference ;iie : — Taiiio. La Fonlaine 
et les Fables (Hachetie); Nicolardot, Ari- Foulaine et 
la CoiiiMic /ftiiiiaiiir (I'aris); Fai^'uet, La Fontaine 
( Ha>.-liotie) ; Saint-Marc- Girardin, La Fouta'nic et les 
Fabuiisti-s (Calmann l.ev\-). Useful iufoniialion on 
versi Ileal ion is to be found in Grainnioiil Le Vers 
Fraiirais (Ch<inipion, Paris). 

(vii) Gerirrir 

U.hland : His Life and Literary Career, with a s]ieeial 
study of his Poems (ed. Hewelt, Maemillan) and 
his Ernst Herzog von Sch^bahen (ed. Wolstenhohne, 
Cambridg'e Press). 

For reference books consult llu- HibliiiLfi-aphv in 
Hewett's edition. On metre may be consulted : 
KaufFmann, Deutsche Metrik (Elvert, Marburtf). 

(viii) Enj^-lish. 

Chaucer, Troilus and Cresstda \ Patience (ed. Gollancz, 
Oxford Press); The Pearl (^A.Os^oqA, Belle.s 
Letlres Series), or Tennyson ; Keats, Poems, and 
Letters (Maemillan : ed. Colvin). 

(ix) Economics, with special reference to Hastable's Public 
Finance. 

(x) Education duri.ij^ the Renaissance Period. i. CJeneral. 
Education during the Renaissance (Woodwardj, ,Camb. 
Press) Text Book on the History of Education : 
(Munro, Maemillan). ii. One of the followiiiic : — 
The Education Movement in {a) En^'lantl--Colet, 
Elyot, Aschani, Miilcister. {h) Germany — Erasmus, 
Luther, .Melancthon. (r) France — Rabelais, Mon- 
taijj;ne. 

(xi) St. Chrysostiim, Ills lilt> and tiines with the De 
Sacerdotio (.Nairn, Camb. Univ. Press). 

.y.B. — 7'he ahoTc will be withdraivn after Xovenibcr, i()2i. 

Or Tile Lives, Times and Teachintc of the three j^-reat 
Cappadocian Fathers, with a stutly oi the Catechetical. 
Oration of St. Grejfory of N)-ssa (Cambridge Press). 

N.B.— This may he offered in May, i()2o, and after. 

(xii) The New Testament in Greek, with a study of the 
main questions of criticism. » 

Or some similar subject cliosen by the candidate and .-ippri>ved 
by the F'aculty concerned (six months' notice must be 
given). 

The examination is held twice a \'ear, in the Easter and 
Michaelmas Terms. 



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MUSIC. 251 

Candidates must iioiity the Secretar\' of Examinations of 
the subject they offer at least eit^ht weeks before presenting- 
themselves for examination. 

The fee for examination for members of the Durham Division 
is £i2. F"or members of Armstrong- College the fee for 
examination is jQ^ for the first occasion, but for subsequent 
examination the fee is £\ los. B.A.'s are allowed 'to offer 
themselves for examination at anv examination held at least 
one year after their B.A., but cannot pi'oceed to the deg"ree 
of M.A. iinlil they are of standing so to proceed. 

All candidates for ALA. must take the examination who have 
not either (i) taken honours or obtained distinction in the Final 
Examination tor the B.A. degree or (2) passed the F"inal 
Examination for the Diploma in Theology, B.D., B.C.L., 
M.B., B.Sc, or H.Litt., tr/Yer that for B.A. Licentiates who 
have taken the B.A. aie not excused, nor are Bachelors of 
Arts who have been gr;inted an acgro/a/. 

All candidates for ALLitt. must take the examination who 
have not either (i) obtained distinction, or been placed in 
Division 1 in the Final Examination for the degree of B.Litt., 
or ( 2) proceeded lo the degree of B.A. before or after passing 
the Final Examination for B.Litt. 

All persons who have proceeded to the degree of ALLitt. 
are allowetl to proceed to the degree of M.A. on passing the 
j\LA. Examin.'itlon. provided that no candidate shall be allowed 
to [iresent himself for tlie degree of M.A. in the same depart- 
ment of study in which he presented himself for the degree 
of ALLitt. For all such candidates the fee for examination 
is" £••, for tln' fir.vt occasion and /, 1 los. for subsequent 
examination. 



MUSIC. 

All CandidateN, not Giaduates in Arts of some University in the 
United Kingdom, must have obtained the Testamur of Admission 
as Students in Music (see p. 45). ' ' '- ^ ■- •' 

FIRST EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF 
BACHELOR OF MUSIC. 

(i) Harmon}- ; (2) Counterpoint, in not more than four parts. 



FINAL EXAMIN.A.TION FC^R THE DEGREE OF 
BACHELOR OF MUSIC. 

li) Harmony in not more than five parts (of a Figured Bass and 
also of a given Melody); (2) Counterpoint in not more than five 
parts ; (3)^ Fugue, Canon, and Form (A Fugue, in not more 



25-' SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

than tt)ui pails, lo lie i-iim]iostHi on a i^ivi-n subject ; a (."anon to 
be cMnliiUK'i.1 tor a ri-riain mnnber of bars; explanations of 
nuisical Forms to be i;i\en); (4) History of Music. 

The Special Sulijects for the viva voce portion of the Exaiiiina- 
(ion are the full Scores of certain selected works, announced 
beforehand to those persons who maice application, ami who are 
eligible for the Final Examination. 

No one will be admitted to the I'lnal Examination who has 
not passed the First Examination and sent in an exercise to the 
Examiners, on or before a date to be announced from year to 
year, and from them received permission to be atimitted. 
(i ) This exercise (which may be either a sacred or secular work) 
is to consist of four movements onl\' : — A Hve-part Chorus (with a 
short Introductory Symphony) ; an unaccompanied Quartet ; 
a Solo; a five-]mrt Choral Introduction and Fuifue. (2) The 
accompaniments are to consist of lln)se for the usual sirins^-band 
only, and must show skill and inilejiendeiit features. 

As an alternative lo the above exercise candidates ,ire now 
allowed to offer a composition consisting; of the first ami fourth 
inovemenis onl\' if thev also offer themselves for examination 
on the Piano <>r the Organ or a Stringed Instrument of the X'iolin 
Family. Candidates will be required lo satisfy the Examiners 
(«) in playing specified Compositions ; [b] in playing at sight ; 
(c) in improvising on a given Theme. The prescribed works are 
as follows : — 

Organ : Bach, Prelude and Fugue in B minor (Novello Bk. 
vii, p. 52), and either Sir H. Parrv's Choral Prelude, on St. 
Anne's tune (Novello); or Harwood's First Sonata, Op. 5 
(First Movement only), Schott. 

Pianoforte: Beethoven, Sonata No. 16, Op. 31, No. 1, and 
either Schumann, Intermezzo and Finale Faschengeschwank, 
Op. 26 ; or Debussy, Preludes, Book I, Nos. 4 and 8. 

Violin : Rode, Study No. 15 from 24 Caprices (Peters, 284), 
Beethoven, Sonata No. 5, in F major (First Movement), and 
Stanford, Reel, Op. 54, .\o. 6. 



EXA.MINATIO.N FOR THE DEGREE OF 

DOCTOR OF MUSIC 

(i) Harmony; (2) Counterpoint (eac^+i of these including 
examples in eight parts) ; (3) Imitation, Canon and Fugue ; 
(4) Form ; (5) Instrumentation ; (6) History of Music ; (7) 
Elementary Acoustics; (8) Knowledge of the scores of the 
standard works of the great composers. 



' No grace for the Degree of Doctor of Music .shall be granted unless the 
petitioner shall be of fifteen terms' standing, and shall liave composed an 
exercise and passed an examination in Music. 



DIPLOMA IN TEACHING. 253 

The Exercise, which nuist not he pieseiited tor exaininauoii 
until the candidate is of" thirteen terms' standin^: tVoin the 
Bachelor's Degree, must consist of a Vocal Composition, sacred 
or secular, in not less than six movements. It must contain good 
eiglit-j-iart choral writing and a fugue in not less than five parts. 
It nnisi be prei-eded by an Overture, must be scored tor full 
orchestra, and should take about forty uiiinues lo perform. 



THE DIPLOMA IN THE THEORY A.\D 
PRACTICE OF TEACHIXG. 

1. Candidates before beg-inning the course for the Diploma 
must be graduates of some University in the United Kingdom, 
or must have obtained one of the qualifications recognized by 
the Board of Education in "The Regulations for the Training 
of Teachers for Secondary Schools." 

2. The course of study must extend over at least three terms, 
and must include attendance upon prescribed courses of lectures 
in the University, and practical work in recognized schools. 

3. The Examination for the Diploma is divided into two 
parts : — 

Theory, see 4. 

Practice, see 5. 

4. Theory. Candidates are recjuireii to pass written exami- 
nations in the following : — 

The studv of children dvu'ing the school jierioti as regards 

1. Health and physical development. 

2. Mental and moral development. 

The principles of Education, including the apiiiicaiioii of 
Psychology, Ethics, and Logic. Otic paper. 

A prescribed period in the history of Education, with set 
books. 1920 — 1921. — Educational development in the 
Nineteenth Century. One paper. 

Class and school management. The preparation oi school 
lessons. Method in school. The teaching of the 
ordinary school subjects. Special method in at least 
one special subject. One paper. 

In addition each candidate shall during the final term prepare 
and present to the examiner an essaj' on some special subject 
of school work. 



254 SUBJECTS CM-- KXAMINATION. 

5. Praclict'. Candidates miisi allend approved schools for 
purposes o'i practice; The tiiin- snenl in connection with a class 
under proper supervision must not be loss iliaii 60 school liays, 
and two-ihirtis of this lime must bo in an approveii Secondary 
S»riu>ol. 

Candidates are to be tested in pmctice 

By reports from the teacher of the school in which the 
Ntuiient has practised, and from the Professor or 
Lecturer in Education ; and by ijivins: one or more 
lessons before the examiners, and svdjniittinij to 
the examiners recoicis of school wi>rk. 

L'tiU'ss s|ieciallv exein]iteil a candidate must include in his 
course Ji special stndv iif the teachinj^; o'i one definite branch 
\:>i the curricultmi ot a Secontlary School. Success in this 
particular work will be recorded upon the Testamur. 

t). The examiners are to publish the names of the succi-ssful 
candiilales in Theorv ani.1 in Practice in aliihabetical order, 
and to indicate, by distinyuishintr marks placed ayfainst their 
names, the candidate^ (if any) who exiel in the written or 
practical parts oi the examination, or both. Distinctions 
will be recorded on the l.")iplon)a. Candidates must present 
themselves for both parts of the examination, but candidate* 
who pass in Theorv mav* be allowed subsetjuently to pix'sent 
themselve-« for the practical examination without uiuiericoing' 
a furthei" examination in Thec>ry. 

7. Candidates before entei-int;- for the examination must 
present certificates of saiisfactory attendance in Theory and 
Practice, and must pay a fee of ^,v 

S. The University will deliver the Diploma to canilidates 
who ha\e i^asseti both poi'tions of the examination upon 
pavnu-ni oi a fee o'i l,--,. F"or Graduates of Durham the Tea 
is/; I. 



FOR THK DIPLOMA IX FOREIGN LAXGU.VGES. 

The examination for a Diploma consists in readinj^, con- 
versation, dictation and oral and written reproduction of a 
passag'e read by one of the Examiners. 

Candidates must possess ready comprehension, fluent 
expression and correct pronunciation. 

All graduates of the L'niversity in Arts, Letters, or Commerce 
are admissible to this lest, provided that they have satisfied 
the Examiners in the written part K-yi the B.A., B. Litt., or 
B.Com. examination in the languagfe which they offer. If the 
candiilate has not satisfied in such language at his degree 
examination he may be admitted for the purpose of this Diploma 
on a subsequent occasion to the written examination in that 
lansfuasce. 

The examination is held in the December of each year. 



MEDICINE. 255 

MEDICAL COURSE.' 

FIRST EX.-\MINATION FOR THE DFGREKS OF 
BACHELOR OF MEDICIXE AND BACHELOR 
OF SURGERY. ' " '' 

1. Elemeiilaix' Anatomy : — 

Bone-, joiiils, and lig-amenfs ot tlu' body. The imiseles 
oi' ihe (.'xl remit ies. , . 

2. Chemist rv : — 

(a) General characlerislics of i-Iieniical action. Conditions 
under which chemical changes take place. L^ifference 
between mechanical mixtures and chemical compounds. 
Difference between elementary and ' compound sub- 
stances. Explanation of chemical symbols, formulae, 
and equations. Calculation of quantities of materials 
necessar\' to produce or resulting from g-iven chemical 
reactions. 
Characteristics o( acids, bases, and salts. Xomenclature. 
Laws of chemical combination. Combination of gases 
b}' volume. The atomic theory. Molecules and mole- 
cular weig^hts. .Avog-adro's hypothesis. The general 
properties of gases. 
The non-metallic elements and the compounds they form. 
The Atmosjihere. Combustion. Ventilation. The 
g"eneral pro]ierties of the more common metals and 
their compounds. 

(b) Organic Chemistry : — ^ 

Difference between organic and inorganic compounds. 
Melhoeis of determining- the composition, molecular 
weights and (.-onstitution of compounds. 

The Indrocarbons and their derivatives, more especially 
their oxidation products —alcohols, aldeh)-des, ketones, 
and acids- The polyhydric alcohols. Glycerol and the 
fats. The carbohydrates. 

Benzene and its more important derivatives. 
The simpler chemical constituents of veg-etable and animal 
organisms. ,-,.■,' ^ • -.v-i ■ •, ^;>^' <v iv 

(c) Practical Chemistry : — 

The preparation and qualitative analysis ot simple salts. 
Simple quantitati\e experiments, ct;:, the determination 
ot equi\alents ; volumetric analysis. 

The preparation and reactions of the more important 
t^rgfanic compounds. 

' For lull information see the Calendar of the College of Medicine, which can 
be obtained from the Registrar o( that College. • -•- 



256 SrBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

3. Phxsics : 

(a) KxPF.RiMKNTAL M Hi'HA.N Ks. — Ldws ot iiioiioii considered 

experimeiUally, and >imple applications. General 
properties of soliils, liquiils, and yases, treateii in an 
elementary niannei. 

(b) Hkat. — Tliermonietrx'. Coefficients ot exi^ansion. Caiori- 

iiietrv. Change of state. Hx'tjronielrv. (.'ondiirt ion, 
convection, ami i-adialion. 

(c) Mac;nktis.m ami Ki.KtTi^n.iTV. Simple phenomena in 

matfnelism. Matteries : their constitution and use. The 
mag'Tietic, chemical, and heating- effects of the electric 
current. Ohm's Law, simple phenomena of induced 
currents. Elementary phenomena in electrostatics. 

(d) Or I'lis.- -I'ropaijation, reflection, and refracliiin of lisd'hl. 

Formation of imas^es hv mirrors anil lenses. The prism. 

(e) Fracticai. Physics.- -Candidates will he exjiected to be 

familiar with the use of simple physii-al instruments, 
and to perform simple experiments in experimental 
mechanics, heat, electricity, and optics. 

4. Klementary Biiilogy : — 

(i) The distinctive properties of livinij and non-living 
bodies. — The ^feneral contlitions favouralile and 
unfavourable to Life. 

The structure, growth, and chemical composition of the 
cell-wall, protoplasm, and nucleus. The projierties 
of ])rotoplasm. The g'rowlh, modification, and 
division of cells. Formation of tissues. Division of 
labour. The elements of vegetable Physiologfy 
treated experimentally. 

(2) The differences between .Animals and Plants. 

(3) The structure, morpholog'y, physiolog)', and life- 

histoi-ies of : — SdccJii'.mmyrcx (Veast) ; Bacterium ; 
Penicilliiiin (Mould) ; Pylhiiim ; Haeiiiatococms ; 
Spirogyra ; Fucus I Brown seaweed) ; Fermentation ; 
Putrefaction. 

(4) The anatomy, morpholofc;-y. ai'id physiolog-y of the 

flowering- plant as illustrated by a consideration of 
the structure and functions of stem, leaf, and root. 
The various parts of the flower and their functions. 
Fertilization. Germination of seeds. 

(5) The general characteristics of invertebrate and verte- 

brate animals. 



MEDICINE. 257 

(b) Tlie morphology, physiolotj}', and life-hislories, of the 
Invertebrata as exemiilified by the study oi Amoeba, 
Vorticella, Hydra, Lumbriciis (Eartliworm), Tcenia, 
Nephrops (Norway Lobster). 

(7) The morpholog'y and pliysiology ot the Wrtebrala as 
exempHhed by the stud}- o'i Aniphioxus, Rata (Skate), 
Raiia (Frog), and Lepus (Rabbit). 

{>) The elemenlar)- principles of animal enibr\ology, as 
illustrated by a study of the general develo}inH'ntal 
history of Amphioxtis, Raiia. and Galhis. 

(g) Practical Biology. — Candidates will be rec]uii-etl to 
show a practical acquaintance with the animals and 
plants mentioned abo\e ; they will be expected to 
make dissect ions of the animals and expose the 
various important organs, and to make preparations 
to illustrate the structure of the various plants. 
Candidates are lequired to bring- their own micro- 
scopes, razors, and dissecting instruments, for this 
e.xamination. 



SECOND EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREES OF 

BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR 

OF SURGERY. 

1. Anatomy : — 

in addition to ;i general knowledge of tlu- subject as tested 
bv I he written part of the examination, each candidate 
will be required to make a dissection on the recent 
subject. In the viva voce examination he will also be 
required to recognize parts on recent or prepared 
dissections, and to answer questions on bones, joints, 
etc. He must also have a knowledge of the more 
important facts reg-arding; the development of the various 
systems. 

2. PhvsioIoLi^y : — 

In addition to the written papei', the candidate will be 
subjected to a practical examination comprising {a) in 
chemical physiology, identification of commonly 
occurring proximate principles and demonstration of 
properties of body secretions; {b) in e.xperimental 
physiolog\', the performance of simple experiments and 
explanatioii of use of apparatus ; (r) in histology, 
methods of pre]">aration in common use, with recognition 
of specimens luuier the microscope. 



258 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

TIlIRi:) EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREES OF 

BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR 

OF SL'RGERY. 

1. iMaleria Medica, Pharmacolog"y and Pharmacy : — 

Tiie action of drugs and their active principle.s on the 
various tissues of the body. The physical and chemical 
characteristics of drug's derived from the inorg'anic 
kingdom, and of the active ptinoiples of drugs tlerived 
from the organic king'dom. 

The official preparations of the more important drug's. 
The essential ing'redients in the more important 
preparations and the proportion of these ingredients. 
The ordinary doses of the principal drug's and their 
preparations. 

2. {(i) Fatholoj^y : — 

In the written examination llie candidate's knowledge of 
the principles of gfeneral and special pathology will be 
tested. ' In addition to the viva voce examination, a 
]>ractical examination will be conducted in which the 
candidate will be tested in elementary pathological 
methods, and in the description of naked eye and 
microsco]5ical patholog;ical specimens. The candidate 
will also be expected to be familiar with the mode of 
conducting' post-mortem examinations. 

{b) li;ieniei)lary Bacteriolog'y :-- 

Candidates will be expecteti to possess a competent 
knowledge of bacteriology and parasitolog-y, in so far 
as these are applicable to disease in man. 

In addition to the written and viva voce examination, 
candidates will be examined practically in the elements 
of bacteriolog'ical technique. 

3. Medical Jurisprudence : — 

Law affecting' the medical prot<;ssion. Obligaiions of 
medical men as witnesses. Forms of evidence. Courts. 
Dying: declarations. Wills. Certificates of death. 
Malapraxis. Identity. Sigfns of death. Modes of 
Death. Wounds. Assaults. Murder. Manslaughter. 
Homicide. Pregnancy. Deliver}'. Birth. Sex. 

Foeticide. Infanticide. ConceaUnent of birth. Rape. 
Impotence. Sterility. Legitimacj'. Inheritance. 

Survivorship! Life assurance. Accident assurance. 
Compensation for injuries. Medico-legal post-mortem 



MEDICINE. 25q 

examinations. Examination of stains and fabrics. 
General principles of toxicolosjy. The mode of action, 
symptoms and treatment of the more important poisons. 

Public Health :— 

ScDiitary medicine. — Geneial mortaiit}', and its prinoipai 
features (statistical and otlier). Zymotic diseases. 
Epidemic and endemic diseases. Epizootic and 
enzootic diseases, and their relation to hnman dise.ases. 
Hvgfiene in relation to meteorolog"ical and topoarraphical 
conditions, climate, air, water, food, clothinsf, occupation. 

Practical Hygiene. — The dwelling (site, foundations, sliuc- 
ture, etc.). Water supply ; ventilation and cubic spacer 
warmingf and lighting. Conveniences. Drains, sewers. 
Refuse disposal, destructors. Sewag'e disposal and 
treatment. Sewerage works. Hospitals for infectious 
diseases. Disinfection. Y'accination. 



FINAL EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREES OF 

BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR 

OF SURGERY. 

Medicine, clinical medicine and psychological medicine. 

Surgery and clinical surg"erv. 

Surgical anatomy and Surgical operations. Surgical 

instruments, splints and bandages. 
Midwiferv, gj'njecolog\' and clinical g\na?cology. 
Therapeutics. 
Diseases of the throat, nose .ind ear ; diseases of the skin ; 

diseases of children ; and diseases of the eve. 



EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER 

OF SURGERY. 

Surgery. Surgical pathology. Surgical anatomy. 
Surgical operations. Clinical surger\-. 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF MEDICINE. 

A canelidate for this degree may (a) present an original 
essay, or [b] undergo a special examination in the theory 
and practice of Medicine. (For particulars see the Calendar 
of the College of Medicine. 



260 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

EXAMINATION FOR THK DKGREE OF DOCTOR OF 

MEDICINE FOR PRACTITIONERS OF FIFTEEN 

YEARS' STANDING. 

Principles and practice of niedicine, clinical medicine, psj'cho- 

lojfical niedicine, hyg'iene, and therapeutics. 
Principles and practice of surg-ery, clinical sur^fery. 
Midwifery and diseases of women and children. 
Patiiolog\v I medical and surgical). 
Anatomy (medical and suigfical). 
Medical jnrisprndence and toxicology. 
Arts. 



EXAMINATION FOR THE DECiREE OF BACHELOR 

OF hvctIene and for the diplom.^ in 

PUBLIC HEALTH. 

Sanitary chemistry. Physics. 

Comparative pathologfy, bacteriology, etc. 

Sanitary legislation. Vital statistics. 

Meteorolt)gy, climatology, etc. 

Nosology- Sanitary medicime. Practical hyg"iene. 



EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREl': OF DOCTOR 
OF IIVGIE.XE. 

The claims oi a candiiiale for this degree are investig'ated 
bv two examiners who shall report to the Board of the F"aculty 
of Medicine on the qualifications of the candidate, basing their 
report upon the candidate's distinction in special research or 
learning. The candidate must state the Special Subject, upon 
a knowledge of which he bases his qualifications, forwarding 
at the same time a thesis and sui-h other evidence of his 
contributions to the advancem'-?nt of hygiene as ma}' support 
his application. The examiners shall examine the candidate 
viTa voce on Siich contributions. 



MEDICINE. 261 

FOR THE LICENCE IX DENTAL SURGERY. 

Chemistf)-. 

Physics. 

Dental mechanics (theoretical and practical). 

Dental inetallur_^\-. 

Anatomy. 

Physiology and histologx . 

Dental anatomy and dental histologs . 

Dental materia medica. 

Surgerj'. 

Dental surgery, including prosthetics and orthodontia. 

Operative dental surgery (practical examination). 

Dental pathology and bacteriology. 



FOR THE DIPLOMA IN PSYCHIATRY, 
Part 1. 

Anatomy. Physiology. 
Pathology. Bacteriology. 



Part 2. 



Psychology. Experimental psycholog}'. 
Neurology and psychiatry (systematic and clinical) 



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262 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

COURSES IN SCIENCE.* 

FOR THE PASS DEGREE OF B.Sc. IN 
PURE SCIENCE. 

The following particulars give some idea of the scope of 
the various subjects : — 

Intermediate Part. 
(a) Mathematics. 

Geometry of the Triangle and Circle. 

Algebra, including Binomial Theorum. 

Logarithms. 

Graphs. 

Elements of the Calculus. 

Trigonometry, including the solution of triangles. 

The Elementary Laws and Principles of Mechanics. 

{b) Physics. 

Experimental Mechanics, including Hydrostatics and 
Pneumatics. 

The Elementary Phenomena of Heat, Sound, Light, 
Electricity, and Magnetism, treated experimentally. 

Practical examination. 

(c) Chemistry. 

General Principles of Chemistry. 
Elements of Inorganic Chemistry. 
Practical examination. 

{d) Geology. 

Physical Geology and Elementary Petrology. 

British Historical Geology. 

Field Work. 

Practical Examination. 

(«) Zoology. 

Elementary Morphology, Life-histories and Classification 
of Animals. 

Practical examination on the following types : — Amoeba, 
Paramecium, Vorticella, Hydra, Lumbricus, Periplaneta. 
Nephrops, Anodonta, Amphioxus, Raia, Rana, Lepus. 

• The Regulations for Deforces in Science are piven in Title V, Sections X, 
XI, XII ; see p. io6. 



SCIENCE. 263 

(/) Botany. 

The elements of Morphology and Histology as exemplified 
bj'^ the various types of the Vegetable Kingdom. 

The fundamental principles of the Nutrition and Reproduction 
of Plants treated experimentally. 

Outline of Classification. 

Practical examination. 

Final Part. 
(a) Mathematics. 

Analytical Geometry of the Line and Circle. 

Differential and Integral Calcalus. 

Conic Sections. 

Differential Equations. 

Geometry of three dimensions. 

Statics. 

Dynamics. 

{b) Physics. 

The subjects of the Final Examination will include the 
experimental treatment of : — 

General Physics, including the Properties of Matter. 

Heat, including the Laws of Thermodynamics. 

Sound. 

Light. 

INIagnetism and Electricity. 

Practical Physics : — 

Candidates will be required to hand in their Laboratory 
Notebooks duly examined, and to submit to such further 
practical tests as the examiners may require. 

(c) Chemistry. 

The subjects of the Final Examination will be : — 

Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, the outlines of 
Chemical Philosophy, and General Chemistry, including. 

The Metals and their more important compounds ; 

Advanced study of Non-Metals ; 

Qualitative Analysis ; 

Quantitative Analysis ; 

Practical Chemistry. 

Students will be required to hand in their Laboratory 

Journals duly initialled by the Professor, and to submit 

to such further tests of their knowledge of Qualitative and 

Quantitative Analysis as the examiners may require. 



264 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

(d) Otology. 

Physical Geology. 

Historical Geology. 

Phvsical Geography. — The operation of Geological Agents, 
the production of Climate and the distribution of vegetable 
and animal life. 

Descriptive Geologv. — With special reference to the history 
and arrangement of the rock formations of the British Isles. 

Palaeontology. — Especially as regards the nature and 
distribution in tin>e of the more important orders and genera 
of the fossil Flora and Fauna of the British Isles. 

Economic Geology. — Its relations to Agriculture, Mining, 
Architecture, and the more import ant Arts and Manufactures. 

Petrology. — The Oriein, Relative Position, Structure and 
Texture of the Rocks. 

(e) Zoology. 

The Morphology, Physiology, Development, Distribution 
and Classification of Protozoa and Invertebrate Metazoa. 

Morphology, Physiology. Embryology, Distribution and 
Classiiication of Vertebrata. 

Theories of Evolution and of the Philosophical problems of 
Zoology. 

Practical Examination. (Dissections outside of the ordinary 
routine of Laboratory work may be required). 

if) Botany. 

The general Morphology and Anatomy of Plants. 

The Structure and Life-histories of the more important 
types of .\lgae ; Fungi, Mosses and Liverworts ; Ferns and 
Fern Allies : Gymnosperms and Angiosperms. 

The important British Natural Orders. 

The Physiology of Plants. 

Vegetable Pathology. 

The F.'ements of Palacobotany. 

The Structure and Mode of Action of Bacteria. 

The Cla,ssification of the Vegetable Kingdom, including 
the Phyllogeny of the various groups. 

Considerations of Plant Ecology with special reference 
to the influences determining the Character and Distribution 
of the British Flora. 

Outlines of the History of Botany. 

Practical examination. 



SCIENCE. 265 

(?) Physiology. 

The elements of general Physiology, including the functions 
of the cell. 

The functions of the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, 
exc^etor5^ muscular, nervous and reproductive systems. 

The special senses ; metabolism ; internal secretion ; animal 
heat and its regulation ; blood and lymph. 

The minute structure of the more important organs and 
tissues of the bod\\ 

A practical course of chemical and experimental Physiology. 

A course of Practical Histology. 

Practical examination. 

(h) Education. 

Part i. 
The Logical and Psychological bases of Education. 
The main principles of teaching founded upon the above 
nd upon School Experience. 
School Hygiene and Physical Exercises. 
Discipline and Class Management. 

The Organization and Administration of English Schools, 
the various types of Schools and Colleges and their inter- 
relation. 

Part ii. 

(i) An Essay based on the study of some special subject 
or question, either {a) from books or (b) from visits paid to 
schools. The subject to be chosen by each student and to 
be approved at the beginning of the session. 

(ii) 1918 and 1919. Educational development in the 
Nineteenth Century. 

The Practice of Teaching. Candidates will be required 
to produce certificates of attendance and competency from 
teachers concerned. 



FOR THE P.ASS DEGREE OF B.Sc. IX 
APPLIED SCIENCE. 
FIRST YEAR, 
(a) AgyiciiUure. 

Candidates for Agriculture must offer Chemistry' and Biology, 
and two of the following : — 

Mathematics (Pure and Applied), Physics, Geology. 

For syllabus in Chemistr5% Mathematics, Physics and Geology 
see p. 261 above. 



266 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

Biology. 

Elementary Morpliolouv. I .ife-histories and Classification of 
Animals. 

Practical Examination on the following;; types : — Amoeba, 
Paramecium, Vorticella, Hydra, Lumbricus, Periplaneta, 
Nephrops, Anofionta, Amphioxns, Raial, Rana. Lepus. 

The elements of Morphology and Histology as exemplified 
by the various types of the Vegetable Kingdom. 

The fundamental principles of the Nutrition and Reproduction 
of Plants, treated experimentally. 

Outline of Classification. 

Practical Examination. 

(b) Engineering, Naval Architecture, Mining and Metalliiygy. 

Candidates in Engineering, Naval Architecture, Mining 
and Metallurgy' are required to present the four subjects. 
Mathematics (Pure and Applied), Physics, Chemistry, Ay)plied 
Mechanics and ]\Iechanical Drawing. 

SECOND YEAR. 
Section A.— Agfricultiire. 
Group I. 

(a) Agriculture, Part I. 

(6) Org-anic and .Ag-ricultiira! Cheniisti-y. 

Group //. 

{a) .Vgricuitiiral Hotany. 

{h) .Aiial()in\- and l'hysiolog;v of Farm Animals, aiitl Eh- 

fomolog\'. 
[c) Land Surveying. 
{d) Agricultural Geology or Military Si-ience. 

Section B.— Mechanical Engineering-. 
Group I. 

[a) Junior Kngineering. » 
{b) Mechanical Drawing:. 

(r) Junior Engfineering Laboratory. 

Group II. 

(rt) Senior Physics. 

(b) Junior Electrical Engineering. 
\c) Mathematics. 



SCIENCE. 267 

Section C — Marine Ensjineerint;'. 
Group 1. 

(a) Junior Engineering'. 

(b) Mechanical Drawing. 

(c) Jiiniv>r Eng'ineering' Laboiatorx?. 
Group II. 

(a) Senior Ph\"sics. 

(b) Junior Naval .Architecture. 
(r) Mathematics. 

Section D. —Electrical Engineering-. 
Group I. 

(rt) Electrical Engineering^. 

{b) Junior Electrical Engineering Laboratoiv. 
Group II. 

(a) Junior Engineering — Engineering Laboratory, 

(b) Mechanical Drawing. 

(c) Senior Physics. 

(d) .Mathematics. 

Section E. — Civil or Military Engineering. 
Group I. 
{a) Junior Civil Engineerings. 

(b) Junior Engineering". 

(c) Engineering Drawing. • 
Group II. 

(a) Junior Engineering Laboratorj'. 

(b) either Junior Geolog-}' (for students in Civil Engineering'), 
or Military Science, Part I (for students in Military 

Eng-ineering ; see p. 246). 

(c) Survej'ing. * 
{d) Mathematics. 

Section F.— Naval .Architecture. 
Group I. 

[a) Junior Naval .Architecture. 

{b) Junior Ship Drawing and Calculatitms. 
Group II. 

(a) Senior Physics. 

(b) Junior Engineering — Eng-ineering Laboratory. 

(c) Mathematics. 

• The Easter Surveying Field Week forms part of this course. 



268 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION, 

Seciion G.— Mininjf. 
Group I. 

(fl) Junior Geolog^y. 

(A) Economic iMinerjiloj^'y. 

(r) .Mineral Deposits. 
Group II. 

{a) Junior Enjjineering — Enjfineerin^- Lahoratory. 

(6) Mechanical DrAwing-. 

(c) Chemistry. 

Section H. — Metallurgy. 
Group I. 

(rt). General Metallurgy. 

{b) Economic Mineralog'y. 

(r) Chemistry. 
Group II. 

(«■) Junior Engineering — Engineering Laboratory. 

(A) Mechanical Drawing. 

THIRD YE.AR. 

Section A. — Agriculture. (Professional Subject, ".Agriculture," 
Group I.) 

Group I. 

(a) Agriculture, Part II. 

(b) Estate Management. 
* (c) Farm .Accountancy. 

Group II. 

(a) .Agricultural Chemistry. 

(b) .Agricultural Botan}'. 

ic) Pathology and Farm Hygiene. 

(d) Forestry. 

{e) Agricultural Engineering. 

Section B. — Mechanical Engineering and Marine Engineering 
(Professional Subject, " Engineering," Group I.) 

Group I. . 

(a) Advanced Engineering. 
{b) Senior Engineering. 

(c) Mechanical Drawing. 

(d) Engineering Laboratory. 
Group II. 

{a) Special Mathematics. 
(6) Metallurgy. 



SCIENCE. 269 

Section C— Electrical Engineering. ( Protes.sional Subject, 
" Electrical Ent;ineerin!J'," (jroiip I.) 

Group I. 

(rt) Senior Electrical Eng'ineerinif. 

(b) Electrical Engineering' Laboratory. 

(c) Strength of Materials. 

Group II. 

(rt) .Advanced Engineering-. 
(6) Mechanical Dravving. 

(c) Engineering- Laboratory. 

(d) Special i\Lit hematics. 

Section D. — Civil or Military Engineering-. (Professional 
Subject, "Civil Engineering,' Group L) 

Group I. 

(a) Senior Civil Eng-ineering-. 

(b) Senior Engineering. 

(c) Special Drawing. 

(d) Surveying.* 

Group II. 

(rt) Engineering Laboratory. 

{b) cither Practical Geology (for students in Civil 

Engineering). 
or Military Science, Part II (for students in Military 

Engineering ; see p. 246). 
{c\ Special Mathematics. 

Section E. — Naval Architecture. (Professional Subject, " Naval 
Architecture," Group I.) 

Group I. 

(«) Senior Naval .Architecture. 

(b) Senior Ship Drawing and Calculations. 

(c) Strength of Materials. 

Group II. 

(a) Metallurgy. 

{b) Engineering Laboratory. 

{c) Special Mathematics. 

• The Easter Surveying Field Week forms part of this course. 



270 SlBJErXS OF EXAMINATION. 

SlcTKtN !■". .Miiiiii|t;.* ( I'lott-ssiiMi.il Siiiiji'i I . " Miniiii;-," (.ti'Olip 
1.) 

(Irnup I. 

[n) Minitiif. 

(61 Snrveyinjaf.1' 
Group II. 

(a) Dre^Niiiij ol MiiUMals. 

\b) Melalhii\y-y. 

(c) Senior Eiigineeriiiuf. 

(d) Electrical Eng'iiieerinic. 

Skciion G.— Metailiirg-y. (Professional Snhji-ci, "Metallurgy," 
Ciroup I. ) 

Group I. 

(a) Melallurgv. 

{h) Assavinsf. 
Group II. 

(a) Dressing of Minerals. 

(A) Chemistry (Organii- aiul (ias Anahsis). 

(c) Senior Engineering. 

Distinction maybe awarded in ilu- I-'inal Examination in the 
Professional Subject only. 

FOR THE DKGRKK OV H.Sc. IN PURE 
SCIKXCK W I I H HONOURS. 

(a) M.\THK.MATICS. 

(i) Pure:- 

Higher Algebra including contiiuu'd fractions. 

Theory of Equations, Theory of Forms, Sjiheriial Trigono- 
melr}-. 

Infinitesimal Calculus, ordinal)' differential equations, partial 
differential equations of the first order. 

Co-ordinate Geometry of Ct>nics, Geon'.etr\' of Three 
Dimensions. 

Elements of the Theory oi Functions. 

Students must show sufficient knowledge of both Coal and Metal Mining. 
Before being presented for a degree they must also produce satisfactory 
evidence that they have spent a period of not less than four months 
altogether in or about a mine, wi'h the object of acquiring a practical 
insight into the elements of their future profession. 

t The Easter Surveying Field Week forms part of this course. 



II 



SCIENXE. 271 

(iil Applied:— 

States, Dynamiis, HydinslaliL^. 

Analytical Staliis, Rig-id D}-namics, Eleiiu'iils of the Tiieory 
of X'ibiations. 

Advanced Rigid Dynamics, and one of the following 
divisions : — 

(a) Hydrodynamics, Sound, Elasticity. 

(b) Attractions, Electricity, Optics. 

The examination in ^Mathematics (Pure and Applied) to 
consist of 8 papers. 

{h) Physics. 

The general study of the subject with special attention 
given to one particular section of Physics. 

The examination to consist of four written papers, one of 
these written papers being on some special section of Advanced 
Physics. Practical Examination of 12 hours. 

(f) Chemistry. 

Inorganic, Organic, .\nalytical. Physical Chemistry, and the 
History of Chemistry. 

The examination to consist of four written papers, one of 
which will deal with a special department of Chemistry selected 
by the candidate with the approval of the Head of the 
department. Practical Examination of 18 hours. 

{d) Geology. 

Geology, Palseontology, Petrology, with special attention 
to one particular section of the subject. 

The examination to consist of three papers and one special 
paper. Practical examination of 9 hours. 

(e) Zoology. 

Zoology, Palaeozoology, Morphology, Physiology, and the 
History of Zoology with a knowledge of a special section. 

The examination to consist of three papers. Practical 
examination of 12 hours. 

(/) Botany 

Classification and Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Bio- 
Chemistry and Bio-Physics of Plants, Bacteria, Ecology, 
Palaeobotany, Cytology, History of Botany, with a knowledge 
of a special section. 

The examination to consist of four papers. Practical 
examination of 12 hours. 



272 srnjECls OF EXAMINATION. 

(g) PilvsiOLOi;v. 

Genoial, (."xpfiiineiUal aiul iluiiiiial Plivsioloii:y, with special 
attention to one parliinlar section. I'he hiblory of Physiolog'y. 
Hislologfy. 

The exaniinalion to consist of three papers ami an essay. 
Practical examination of" 10 hours. 



SCHHDl'Lli Oh' rkOFESSlON.AL SUBJECTS 

OV THK HONOURS SCHOOI, OV 

APIMJFJ) SCll-lXCK. 

.AtCricultnre. 



.Mechanical Engineerings. 
Marine Engineering. 
Civil Engineering. 
Electrical Engineering. 
Xaval Architecture. 
.Mining. 

Mathematics (Pure and Applied). 

Chemistry, including Gas Analysis. 

Engineering, Electrical Engineering. 

Mineralogy. 

Geology (during two years). 

Mining. 

Mineral Deposits. 

^letallurgy. 

Surveying (during two years). 

Dressing of Minerals. 

Mining Accounting. 

Ambulance (during three years). 

.Metallurgy. 

Mathematics (Pure and Applied). 

Chemistry, including Analysis and Gas Analysis. 

Engineering, Electrical Engineering. 

Economic Mineralogy. 

Surveying. 

Dressing of Minerals. 

Metallurgy (during two years). 

Metallography. 

Economics of Industry. 

Accounting. 

Ambulance (during three years). 



SCIENCE. 273 

M.Sc:. EXAMINATION. 

The following; are recog-nised amongst others as special 
branches of the several Natural and Technical Sciences 
adequate for the purpose of this examination. 

Mathem.\tics. 

Plane Geometry. 

Geometry of three Dimensions. 

Theorj' of Algebraic Forms. 

Differential Equations. 

Theory of Functions. 

Theory of Quaternions. 

DjTiamics of a Rigid Body. 

Hydromechanics. 

Theor\' of Attractions and Potential, including Spherical 

Harmonics. 
Astronomy. 

Experimental Physics. 

Mechanics and Acoustics. 
Heat and Thermodynamics. 
Light. « 

Electricity and Magnetism. 

Chemistry. 

Pure Inorganic Chemistry. 
Pure Organic Chemistry. 
Analytical Chemistry. 
Applied Chemistry. 
Physical Chemistry. 
Agricultural Chemistry. ' * 

Geology. 

Physical Geology. — Astronomical Relations of the Earth : 
general knowledge. 
Volcanic and Subterranean Phenomena ; Meta- 

morphism ; Denudation ; Glacial Phenomena. 
Rock-formation. 
Origin of Lodes and Veins. 
Lithology. — Lithology. 

Mineralogy of rock-forming Minerals. ^ 

Micro-petrography. 
Descriptive Geology. — Stratigraphy. 
Leading features of European Geology. 
Topographical Geology of Britain, or some equally 
well-defined region. 
Palaeontology. — Flora and Fauna of the great 
Fossiliferous Formations. 
One important Group of Fossil Forms. 



274 SIBJECTS OF EXAMINATION'. 

Mining Geology. — Physical Geology so far as relates 
to Subterranean Phenomena, and the Origin of 
Lodes and Veins. 
Stratigraphy. 
Mineralogy so far as relates to Minerals used in the 

Arts. 
Geological Surveying. — 

.Agricultural Geology. 

Botany. 

Histology. 

Classification. 

Physiology. 

Pathology. 

Morphology. 

Palaeobotany. 

The origin and characters of the various Flora. 

Bacteriology. 

Agricultural Botany. 

Zoology. 

Embryology. 

Morphology and Morphogenesis. 

Histology and Histogenesis. 

Physiology. 

Palaeozoology and Distribution. 

Parasitology. 

Economic Zoology. 

Agricultural Zoology. 

Marine and Oceanic Zoology. 

Philosophy and History. 

Physiology. 

Experimental Psychology. 

Agriculture. 

Soils. 
Crops. 
Live Stock. 
Dairying. 
Forestry. 

Candidates presenting any of these subjects are required 
to satisfy the Examiners as to their knowledge ol Agriculture 
as a whole. 

Engineering. 

Mechanical Engineering. 
Marine Engineering. 
Civil Engineering. 



COMMERCE. 275 

Electrical Engineering. 
Naval Architecture. 
Mining. 

Coal Mining. 

Metalliferous Mining. 

All candidates are required to show a knowledge of recent 
■discussions and discoveries. 



D.Sc. EX.AMIN.4TION. 

The scope of the examination is indicated in the Reg^ulaiions, 
Title V, Section XII (ii) ; see p. 115. 



COURSES IN COMMERCE. 

1. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Commerce are 
required to have passed the Matriculation Examination of this 
University or its equivalent. If a modern foreign language was 
not presented at the Matriculation Examination the candidate 
before entering on his Commerce Course must pass an 
examination in such a language. 

2. Candidates are required to attend for a period of al least 
three academic years the following course of stud}' ; but the 
Faculty may allow a candidate, under special circumstances, 
to study the subjects for tlie tlegree in an order different from 
that prescribed. 

First Year. (Examinations in June and September). 
(i) Elementary Economics. 
(ii) Economic History, 
(iii) A Modern Foreign Language. 
(iv) General Economic Geography. 

(v) Either Mathematics or a Science or Modern History 
or a second Modern Foreign Language or Military 
Science. 

Second Year. (Examinations in June and .September), 
(i) .\dvanced Economics, 
(ii) Commercial Law. 

(iii) The Modern Foreign Language taken in the first year. 
(iv) and (vl Eilhcr {a) Two subjects from Group A. 

or \b] One subject, from Group .\ and one from 

(iroup B. 
or{c) T1V0 subjects from Group H. 



276 



SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 



Thikp Viak. (Kxamiiiatioii in June). 

(il Economics— ^f/VZ/cr Tlie Org'aTiisaUoii of IiRlustry and 
Commerce. 

or The Orgfanisalion of Transport, 
(ii) The Modern Forei^fn Langfiiag-e taken in precedingf 
years. 
(iii) and (i\) Two subjects as follows. If in the Second year 
tlie course adopted under (iv) and (v) has been : — 
Course (a) — then the two subjects chosen must be continued 

for the third jear ; 
Course (b) —the subject from Gioup A nuisl be continued 
for the third year, log'ether with an additional subject 
from Group B ; 
Course (c) — two additional subjects from Group B must be 
chosen. 

Candidates for tiie Degree of Bachelor of Commerce are 
alsc^ required to attend a course and pass an examination in 
Accounting-. The course and the examination ma}' be taken 
in any year at the option of the candidate. Candidates who 
have passed an approved examination in Accounting may be 
excused attendance and examination in this subject. 

SPECI.\L SlBJECT-S. 

Grc">up A. 

(i) A second Modern Language, 

(ii) .\ third Modern Language, 

(iii) Mathematics. 

(ivi A Science applicable to manufacture. 

(V) .A second Science a]>plicable to manufacture. 
Group B. 

(i) Banking and Currency. 

{ii( International Trade and the Foreign Exchanges, 

(iii) Foreign Trade of the chief Commercial Countries, 

(iv) Railway Economics, 

(v) -Railway Operating. 

(vi) Railway Geography of the L'niteil Kingdom, 

(vii) Railway Law. 

(viii) Public Finance, 

(ix) Mathematics (I'rinideii it is not taken uniier Group .A) 

(x) Statistics, 

(xi) Modern History. 

(xii) A special period of Economic or .Modern IListory. 

(xiiil Political .Science, 

(xiv) Accounting (.Special branch). 

(xv( The Economics of the Coal Indusirj'. 



COMMERCE. 277 

(xvi) The Economics of the Iron Industry, 

(xvii) The Economics of any other Industry, 

(xviii) Shipping. 

(xix) Insurance. 

(xx) Miliiar}' Science, Part II, see p. 246. 

(In each of the subjects of Groups A and B a course of 
study must be followed to the satisfaction of the Professor of 
the subject). 

Candidates for B.Com. who do not offer Military Science as 
a part of their degree course, may offer it as an extra subject, 
and, if successful, shall receive from the University a special 
certificate to that effect. 

3. The examination foi' the degree of Bachelor of Commerce 
is divided into three parts, corresponding to the three years' 
course of stud\- and called the First, Second and Third 
Examinations. In the case of the First and Second Examin- 
ations candidates are required to offer, and to satisfj- the 
examiners in, four of the five approved subjects at the same time. 
A fifth subject may be deferred to a subsequent examination if a 
candidate so desires, but this examination must be passed 
before a candidate may proceed to the next higher examination. 
In the case of the Thirti Examination candidates are required 
to offer, and to satisfy the examiners in, four approved subjects 
at the same time. 

4. The names of successful candidates will be published 
in alphabetical order. Distinction may be awarded to 
candidates who have completed the Third Examination for 
the degree, and who have shown sufficient merit in the 
Second and Third Examinalions. 

5. Candidates who have passed the Matriculation Examination 
of the University or its equivalent and who have obtained the 
Diploma in Commerce of Armstrong College may count towards 
the Degree any subject or subjects in which the}" are certified 
b\ the Diploma examiners to have attained a sufficiently high 
standard. But such candidates will be required to satisfy the 
examiners in at least four approved subjects at the Second 
Examination and four approved subjects at the Third 
Examinfition. Such candidates mav qualify to proceed to 
the degree by attendance at either dav or evening classes. 

6. Candidates who ha\e passed the Final E.xamination for a 
degree of this or any other University of the United Kingdom, 
or who present evidence of previc)us study satisfactory to the 
Facultv, mav be excused such altenifance and examination as 
the Faculty mav determine, and may proceed to the degree of 
B.Com. after two years of stuei\- of the subjects for the degree. 
Such c.indiilates may quality to proceed to the degree by 
attendance at either tiay or evening classes. 

18 



278 



SUBJECTS OF L'XAMINATION. 



7. Caiididalos wlio have iwssed the examinalion tor the 
De,^ree in Commeiee and who elect to present themselves for 
a more advanced examination (written or spoken) in a lanjfiiag^e 
approved by the Board of the Faculty of Commerce, may be 
admitted to sucli an examination and, if successful, shall receive 
a certificate to that effect. Candidates must present themselves 
for this examination in June or September. 

8. The detailed subjects of examination and the hours of 
attendance required in each subject are as follows : — 

First Year. 

(i) Economics. Tiie elements of Political Economy. (Two 
hours a week for three terms). 

(ii) Economic History. (Two hours a week foi 

ttrms). 
(iii) .-V Modern Foreig'n Language. (Three hours a ■•. vvk 
for three terms). 

(iv) and (v) General Economic Geography. The influence 
of geographical conditions on economic and political 
develojiment. (Two hours a week for three terms). 

(v) .Mathematics uf a Science. (The attendance required 
is that prescribed for the Intermediate year in the 
Faculty of Science). 

(vi) Modern History. General history from 1815 with special 
reference to social and economic developments. 
(Two hours a week for three terms). 

(vii) Military Science, Part I — see p. 246. 

Second Year. 

(i) Economics. The chief problems of Production, Dis- 
tribution, Consumption and Exchange. 
(Two hours a week for three terms). 

(ii) Commercial Law. 

(Two hours a week for tliree terms). 

(iii) A Modern F"oreign Language. 

(Two hours a week for three terms). 

(iv) Special Subjects — see above. 

Third Year. 

(i) Economics — A description and analysis of the organ- 
isation and methods either of Modern Industry and 
Commerce or of Modern Railways. 
(Two hours a week for thre'e terms). 

(ii) A Modern F"oreign Language. 

(Two hours a week for three terms). 

(iii) and (iv) Special .Subjects — see above. 



PHILOSOPHY. 279 

The Degree of Master of Commerce. 

Ivichelors of Commerce of at least three years' standing- 
may be admitted to the deg;ree of Master of Commerce. 
They will be required to offer a dissertation on some subject 
approved by the Board of the Faculty, and to submit to such 
examination on the subject of their dissertation as the 
Examiners may desire. No further attendance at College 
Classes is required. 

Bachelors of Commerce are allowed to submit their 
dissertation after the completion of one year after taking- 
their B.Com. , provided it be not later than March 31st in 
the year in which the}' wish to proceed to the degree, but 
cannot proceed to the degree of M.Com. until they are of 
the proper standing. 



DOCTORATE IN PHILOSOPHY. 



I. 

The University of Durham has established a 
Doctorate in Philosophy for the encouragement of 
post-graduate study. The degree may be conferred 
upon graduates of approved Universities, whether 
wnthin or without the British Dominions, but such 
graduates must furnish evidence that they are qualified 
to undertake the course of study which they propose 
to puisue. The University Session begins in the 
first week in October and ends in the first week of 
July, but research students will have access to the 
laboratories and other facilities for their research 
for a great part of the Long Vacation. 

Research students will as a rule be expected to 
begin their course in the October term but may under 
special circumstances begin it at other times in the 
session. Intending students should communicate in 
good time with one of the following : — the Secretary 
of the Council of the Durham Colleges, the Secretary 
of the College of Medicine, or the Registrar of Armstrong 
College according as they wish to study at Durham, 
at the College of Medicine, or at Armstrong College 
respectively. They will then be put into communication 



ZSO SUBJECTS Ob EXAMINATION. 

with the head of the department in which they propose 
to work. It is desirable that with their original 
apph(^ation they should enclose evidence of their 
qualitirations to undertake the research proposed. 

The fees payable are as follows : — 

1. Entrance fee, £^.* 

2. Tuition fee, £5 per term. 

3. On presentation of a thesis, £10. 

4. On admi--^i'in to the degree, ^5. 

II. 

The following lacilities for research are provided 
in the three constituent portions of the University 
respectively. 

A. Durham Colleges. 

The following Colleges and Halls can accommodate 
students if there are vacancies when application is 
made : — 
University 

College . . . Master. The Rev. H. Ellershaw, M.A. 
Hatfield College Master, F. B. Jevons, M.A., D.Litt. 
St. Chad's 

College , . . Principal, The Rev. S. R. P. Moulsdale, 

M.A., B.D. 
St. John's 

College . . . Principal, The Rev. C. S. Wallis, M.A. 
Women's 

Hostel . . . Principal, Miss R. E. D. Donaldson, M.A. 

Direction in the following subjects is provided 
for research students for the doctorate 

Comparative Rehgion. . . F. B. Jevons, M.A., D.Litt. 
Greek Drama with special 

reference to Euripides Rev. Canon A. H. 

Cruickshank, M.A. 

It is hoped that direction in other subjects will 
be provided at an early date for students undertaking 
work for the doctorate. 



Not payable by members of the University of Durham. 



PHILOSOPHY. 281 

B. College of Medicine, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

The College of ^Medicine has no hostel lor graduates 
but all possible assistance in the selection of lodgings 
will be given by the Secretary of the College. 

The following departments are able to admit 
research students for the doctorate in October, iqiq 

Faculty of Medicine. 

(a) Physiology |. A. Menzies, M.D. 

(b) Pathology S. McDonald, M.A., M.D. 

(c) Bacteriology H. j. Hutchens, D.S.O., M.A., 

M.R.C.S., T.R.C.P. 

C. Armstrong- College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

Armstrong College has no Hostel for graduates, 
but all possible assistance in the selection of lodgings 
will be given by the Registrar of the College. 

The following departments are able to admit 
research students for the doctorate in October, igiq. 

(i) Faculty of Science. 

(a) Applied Mathematics, Professor T. H. Havelock> 

M.A.. D.Sc, F.R.S. 
{b) Naval Architecture, Prof. ]. ). Welch, D.Sc, 

M.Inst.C.E., M.I.N.A. 

(c) Zoology . . . .■ Professor A. Meek, M.Sc. 

{d) Electrical Engineering Professor W. M. Thornton, 

D.Eng. 
(e) Agriculture Professor D. A. Gilchrist, 

M.Sc. 

(2) Faculty of Arts. 

Economics Professor H. M. Hnllswovth, 

M.A., M.Com., B.Sc. 

Other departments hope to be in a position to 
provide for students undertaking work for the doctorate 
at an early date. 



SIBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 



III. 



The Regulations for tlir degree of Ph.D. are as 
follows — 

A. 

1. The Status of Advanced Student in the 
University of Durham shall be open to the follovvinf; : — 

(a Holders of research degrees or of {)ost- 
graduate scholarshijxs or fellowshi])S in this University 
or in other Universities approved by Senate. 

(d) Graduates who hold a degree of this or 
any other Univer.^ity approved by Senate. 

(r) Such other j:)ersons as Senate may from 
time to time determine, hi thi.> case Senate shall 
decide by what tests the qualifications of the 
candidate.- are to be estimated. 

2. Befoie entering on the course of Advanced 
Student and Re.seaich the candidate shall be required : — 

(a) To have submitted to the Head of the 
Department in which he proposes to work, a scheme 
of the course of Advanced Study and Research 
proposed together with satisfactory evidence of 
adequate training and ability to undertake the 
proposed course. 

(/;) To have matriculated as a student of the 
University and to pay the prescribed fees. 

3. Candidates admitted to the Status of Advanced 
Student shall be allowed to proceed to the degree of 
Ph.D. after a period of not le.ss than two years from 
the date of their admission. The whole of this period 
shall be spent in research under the* supervi.sion of the 
University, provided that, after the first year of their 
course, candidates may be permitted, under conditions 
approved by the' University, to continue their studies 
in some other approved place of study or research. 



DOCTORATE IN PHILOSOPHY. 283 

B. 

Of the Subjects in which the University will 
receive Advanced Students. 

1. These subjects shall be determined from time 
to time by Senate on the recommendation, as the case 
may he, of the Council of the Durham Colleges, or 
of the Academic Board of the College of Medicine, or 
of the Board of Professors of Armstrong College. 

2. The list of subjects so determined, together 
with the College or Colleges in which the course may 
be pursued, will be published in the University 
Calendar.* 

c. 

Of the Exercises and Examinations required 
for the Degree of Ph.D. 

The candidate will be required : — 

(a) to present a Thesis embod^'ing the result 
of his research and to satisfy the University that 
it contains Original work worthy of publication, 

{b) to pass an Oral examination in matters 
relevant to the subject of the Thesis, and, if required, 
a further written examination. 

D. 

Of Fees payable by Advanced Students. 

1. Every candidate admitted to the Status of 
Advanced Student who is not already a member 
of the University of Durham shall, when matriculating, 
pay an inclusive entrance fee of £5. 

2. All candidates admitted to a course of study 
for the Ph.D. shall pay such tuition fees as the University 
mav from time to time determine. t 



* For the list ai present in force see Section II above. 
t For the Fees at present in force see Section I above. 



2S4 SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

3. All candidates lor the Ph.D. shall pay £10 on 
presenting their ai>pHcation for the degree on the 
conclusion of their course, and £=, for the conferring 
of the degree. 

E. 

Provision for further Regulations. 

It shall he lawful for Senate to amend or modify 
these regulations from time to time as occasion arises, 
provided that no alteration take effect with less than 
a year's notice, or prejudice the interests of any 
candidate who has already entered on a course of stiidy 
for the degree. 



FKI.LOWSHIPS. 285 

FKLLOWSHIFS. 

(i) There are three Tutorial Fellowships tenable tor 

five \ears the holders heins^ elis^ihle for re-election, the 

value being' ;£^200 on the ist electii'>n, ^.2^0 on the 2nd 

election, and ^300 on the 3rd and subsequent elections. 

(2) The Fellow, as Fellow, shall deliver ten lectures 
a week if called upon by the Council so to do ; and 
shall be paid for lectures above ten per week at the 
rate in force f\>r the time beiiii^' for additional lectures. 

(3) The holder of a Tutorial Fellowship must resicie 
in Durham during- term time. 

(4) There is one ordinary Fellowship tenable for 
two years of the value or ;£, 200 a vear paid terminally. 
The Council when electing" to an ordinary Fellowship 
may either require the holder to reside in Durham 
during' term-time, and to do such acadetnic work — -nc^t 
exceeding" ten hours a week — as may be prescribed by 
the Cc")uncil, or may require that he shall pursue a post- 
g;raduate course of study to the satisfaction oi' the 
Council. Unless candidates when they specify the 
subjects they offer should also state that they do not 
desire to do academic work in Durham, or do not desire 
to follow a post-graduate course of study, they will be 
reg'arded as willing" to do whichever Council may 
require them to do. An ordinary Fellowship is vacated 
by marriag"e. 

Ordinary Fellowships are awarded by Council after 
examination. Candidates may offer the subjects 
included in any one of the Honours Schools for the 
B.A. deg"ree. The examination is held in November. 
Candidates for an ordinary Fellowship are eligible only 
for the first three examinations held after they have 
taken their Final examination for the deg"ree of B.A. 

(5) Fellowships can be held only by those who have 
kept terms and taken the degree of B.A. in the Diuham 
Division of the University. x\ Tutorial Fellowship 
cannot be held along" with an ordinary Fellowship. 

F'e/lo^vs. 

iqo6 Pace, E. G. ( Tutorial). 



jSd Si IH1I. \KMI1I'S. 

SCHOLARSHIPS.* 

riic l-\niiKl.iiioii Scholarships anJ Kxliibilions of tlie 
I'liiversily arc- awarded b\- examination, and are open 
to all eoni[ielitors (men and women), except in cases 
where the contrar\ is specified. A necessary ci>n- 
dilion ot tenure is residence in the Durham Division 
as a Student in one of the regular courses. 

l-"oundalion Sclu>lars in Classics or Mathematics 
are required to read for Honours both in the First 
Year and Final Examinations, and those in Theoloi^^y 
either to read for Classical Honours and to pass in 
Hebrew in the Fir--; Public ICxamination (but not 
in Scripture History or in I^iiijic) or to pass the 
Inteimediate Kxaminalion including- Hellenistic Greek 
and Hebrew, and to read tor Theological Honours in 
the Final FxaminatiiMi. 

At least two P"oundation Scholarships, of not more 
than ;£,7o ii> value nor less than ^30, are offered, each 
Jinie, in each ot three Honour Schools, viz. : —Classics, 
Mathematics, Theology, and also for any two of the 
following taken together: Modern History, English, 
French, German. 

The above are tenable tor one vear in the first 
instance, after which they may be continued or 
discontinued, increased or diminished, according to 
the award o( llie Examiners in the First Public 
Kxtmination, and the decision of the Collections 
r'.eeting in the Jime following the First Public 
Examination. 

Two Second Year Exhibitions of ;^30 each, tenable 
for one year, are offered in June at the Intermediate 
Examination in Arts. 

An Exhibition of ;^3o, tenable for one year, is offered 
at the Intermediate Examination in .Arts in December, 
open to all candidates who do not Ijold any Scholarship 
or Exhibition. Students entering from Theological 
Colleges may be candidates for this Exhibition. 

The Gisborne Scholarship, of about ^36 value, is 
offered upon the same terms in juii 

- Candidates for these Scholarship-, must be members ot Durham Collegfes. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 287 

Three Exhibitions of the value of ;^20 are offered 
annually on the results of the Matriculation Examination; 
the Exhibitions are tenable in the first instance for 
one }ear, but are renewable for a second and third 
year on the reconiinendation of the Interm^'diate and 
Second Year Examiners respectively. Of these one 
Exhibition i- offered in Julv, .ind two in October, 
or three in October if no Exhibition be awarded in 
July. 

A iurtiier Exhibition, inakiui.^" lour in all, is itffered 
to Women candidates onlv in October each \ear. 

Xo hokler of a FoiindaticMi Scliol.irship of jQ'k) a \'ear can 
hold together with it any other Foundation Scholarship, 
except the Classical and ^Mathematical .Scholarships, or any 
Scholarships oi" Exhibitions of private foundation (exclusive 
of t!ie Barry .Scliolarship) amounting to ^^30 a vear. No 
holder of a Foundation .Scholarship of £30 a vear can hold 
together with it a Foundation .Scholarship of £,^0 a 3^ear, 
or Scholarships or E.xhihilions of any kind (exclusive of the 
Classical, Mathematical, and Barrv Scholarships) amounting to 
jQyo a year. Xo holder of a Foundation Scholarship of ;^40 a 
j-ear can hold together with it Scholarships or Exhibitions of any 
kind (exclusive of the Classical, Malliemalical, Barry and De 
Bury Scholarships) amounting to ^60 a year. 

Two Exhibitions t)f ;£, V' ^f^ offered to candidates for 
the Licence in Theology in December, one of ;^'3o in 
March, and two ol £y) in jiuie, tenable for three terms 
during residence in .Arts. The Exhibitions \y\\\ be 
awarded on consideration of the marks gained in both 
Part A and Part B of the examination ttir L.Th., but 
only to such candidaies as ag'ree to enter upon their 
tenure in the Michaelmas or Epiphanv Term next 
following, ir awarded in March or June, and in the 
Epiphany or .Michaelmas Term next folkiwing, if 
awarded in December. 

One Theological Honours Exhtbition of ;^40 a ) ear 
tenable for one year is awarded, on the results of the 
First Year or intermediate Examination in Arts in 
June, to candidates who iniend to read for Honours 
in Theologv in the Final ExaminatiiMi for the dejrree 
oi Bachelor of .Arts. It is tenable in the first instance 
for one term, and is renewable in accordance with 
the report given in Collections on the work of the 
holder of the Exhibition. 



288 



siiioi AKsnii's. 



The t'ollou iiii,^ Scholarships aiul lixliihitions have 
been awarded diiriiii,«- the past \ear : — 

i:ntrance scholarships. 

In Classics. 

£'70 Casson, W. I", of Wvggeston School, Leicester. 
^50 Gulliver, K. F. L.. of Berkhamsted School. 

In Theology. 

£40 Peacock, H. J., of Monkton Combe School, Bath. 

In Mathematics. 
£70 Lax, E., of Consett Secondary School. 
^50 Dilworth, H.. of Heath Granynar School. 
;^50 Galley. M. O. 

£30 Gent, L. F., of Bishop Auckland Grammar School-. 
Final L.Th. Exhibitions — 

£3^ Camm, A. H. A. 
£30 Delight, S. J. 
/^30 Ridley. F. k. 

Second Ye-^r Honorary E.xhibitioner. 

Hull, M. R.- 
Intermediate Examination in Arts. 

Honorary Exhibitioners. 

CauHon, S. G.* 

Loftbouse, R.* 

ReNEWAIS of SCHOLAR.SHIPS AND l-.-XH 1 BITIONS. 

Classics. 
£60 Ragg, E. S.^ 
£40 Hunter, A.i 

Mathematics. 
£70 Horstead, J. L. C 
£70 Wren, J. C. E.-^ 
£60 Joyce, E. N." 
£40 Sanderson, J. B.^ 
Theology. 
£50 Cox. H. N.* 
£50 Reed, R. E. F.^ 
£50 Wilson, H. R.' 

English and History. 
£40 Stockdale, A. P.''^ 

English and Frencjt. 
flO Sedgwick, B. A.« 
£50 Ramsden, J.« 

French and German. 
£70, Pearce, M. G.» 

« Of University College. « Of Hatfield College, 4 Of St. Chad's Collegre. 
* Of St. Mary's College. " Home Student (Women). 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 289 

Exhibitions granted by Lord Crewe's and Bishop 
Barring-ton's Trustees are tenable at the University of 
Durham. The Barrington Exhibitions are held h\' sons 
ot" clergymen in the Diocese of Durham. 



UXIVERSITV CLASSICAL SCHOLARSHIP. 

The Universil) Classical Scholarship is of the value 
of ;C^30, tenable for one \ear. 

1. The examination for awarding; the Classical Scholarship 
shall be heki annually at the time appointed by the Council of 
the Durham Colleifes. 

2. It shall be condiicteti b\' three examiners, nominated b}' the 
Council. 

,3. It shall be open to every Matriculated .Student of the Durham 
Colleg^es who has not exceeded his ninth term of residence as a 
Student in Arts, provided he has obtained the consent of his 
Collei^e or Hall. 

4. The examiners shall test the Classical learning' and taste of 
the candidates by orig-inal compositions, translations, grammatical 
questions, and such other means as the\' think fit, either on 
paper or 7'i7'a 'I'orc. 

5. They shall elect, without reference to other considerations, 
the- candidate who passes the best examination. 

6. The • examiners shall not be oblig-ed to award the Scholar- 
ship if no candidate appears to them to deserve it. 

7. No one who has g-ained the Scholarship siiall be allowed to 
compete a second time. 

S. The Council of the Durham Colleges shall have power to 
dispense with residence in favour of the Classical Scholar. 

Uiiivcrsitv ddssicdl Sc/ioltirs. 

1910 Sullivan, J. F"." 191.S Pollard, H.^ 

iQi I Kay, C* 1916 Xot awarded. 

i«.)!2 Pestle, H. P.' 1917 ^ot awarded. 

1913 Xot awarded. 1918 Pestle, G. P.'' 

(Martin, I:L E.' \ ^ '9'9 Not awardeii. 

'9H| Watts, H. C / '^'l- 1920 Not awarded. 



Of University College. = Of Hatfield Colleg^e. 4 Of St. Chads College. 
'> Of St. Mary's College. 7 Xon-CoUegiate. 



2gO Si. Hl1|..\R.SHII'S. 

UNIVKRSITY MATUKMATICAL SCHOLARSHIR 
Tlie University Matlieniaticul Scholarship is of the 
value ot ;^3o, tenable for one year. 

1. Tlie exaiiiiiialion for awarding- the Matlieinalical Scholar- 
ship shall be held annually at the time appointed by the Couiuil 
of ihe Durham Colleges. 

2. It shall be eoiulucted by two or more examiners, appt)inted 
by the Council. 

3. It shall be open to every Matriculated Student of the Duihani 
Colleg'es who has not exceeded his ninth term of residence as a 
Student in Aris, provided he has obtained the consent of his 
Colleg-e or Hall. 

4. The examination shall he directed to Pure Mathematics, 
and to Mathematics applied to Physical Sciences. 

5. The examiners shall elect, without reference to other 
considerations, the candidate who passes the best examination. 

6. The examiners shall not be obli.^ed to award the Scholarship 
if no candidate appears to them to deserve it. 

7. No one who has gained the Scholarship shall be allowed to 
compete a second time. 

8. The Council of the Durham Colleges shall have power to 
dispense with residence in favour of the Mathematical Scholar. 

University Mdflwmaticai Scholars. 

1910 Not awarded. igi6 Not awarded. 

191 1 Not awarded. i9'7 Not awarded. 

1912 Not awarded. igi8 Not awarded. 

1913 Not awarded. 1919 Not awarded. 

1914 Harris, R. J.^ 1920 Not awarded. 

1915 Not awarded. 

UNIVERSITY HEBREW SCHOLARSHIP. 

The Council offers an annual Scholarship of ^20 
for proficiency in Hebrew, the Examination to be held 
in Epiphany Term. 

The Scholarship is open to all members of the 
Duriiam Division who, on the day of Examination, 
shall have exceeded three terms of residence in 
Durham and shall not have exceeded nine terms of 
standing^ from matriculation. -Graduates of other 
Universities, and Students who enter from Theo- 
logical Colleges with the certificate of having 
completed their course and are keeping terms in 

2 Of Hatfield College. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 29 1 

Durham, take for this purpose tlie position of 
Students who have kept three terms o\ University 
residence. 

The subjects of Examination will he : -- 

He'irow Translation, Grammar, and Composition. 
No candidate will be allow-ed to gain the Scholarship 
twice. 

CJnivfi'sifv Hebrew Sc/ioldrs. 
1910 Todd, J.- 1915 '"^"Ji awarded. 

( Austin, n.' ) d- (Burrows, O. M.-" 

'9' ' (^ Bullock, j. A. S.' J ^ '^lO \Holden, J.^ 

igij James, J. W.'' i9'7 Not awarded. 

J Dams, W.-* 1918 i\ot awarded. 

'^'•^ \^Master, H. C." 1919 Not awarded. 

1914 Halstead, J. T. ' 19.10 Eves, H. C.'* 

PROPOSED UNIV'ERSITY MODERN LANGUAGE 
(TRAVELLING) SCHOLARSHIP. 

The Schtilarship is oi the value of ^"30, tenable for 
one year. 

1. The examination tor .-iwardintc it shall be held annually in 
the last week of Epiphanv Term. Candidates must send in theit 
names to the Secretary of Council not later than the ti>urth 
Monday in Epiphany Term. 

2. It shall be conducted by two or more examiners appointetl 
b\' Council, and shall consist of a written and oral examination. 

3. It shall be open to every matriculated student of the Durham 
Colleges who has not exceeded the standing- oi nine terms i>f 
residence at the date of the examination. 

4. The examination shall be in French or German, at the 
option of the candidate 

5. The examiners shall elect, without reference to other 
considerations, the candidate who passes the best examination. 

6. The examiners shall mU award the Scholarship if wo 
candidate appears to them to deserve it. 

7. No one who has gained the Scholarship in one language 
shall be allowed to compete in the same language upon another 
occasion of examination. 

8. One half of the emoluments of the Scholarship shall be 
payable upon the certificate of the Professor of Modern Languages 
that the student has arranged to attend (before presenting himself 
foi his final examination) a course of instrui'tion and study at an 
institution abroad. Such course of study must be previously- 
approved by the Professor, and mvist not ordinarily be o\ less 
than six weeks in duration. The. remaining moiety shall be 
payable when the Professor certifies that the course o\ study and 
instruction has been duly completed. 

» Of University College. = Of Hatfield Collet?e. ■♦ Of St. Chads College. 
5 Of St. John's Colleg-e. 



2g2 SCHOLAKSIIII'S. 

\' A.\ MIlJnKRT SCI10LAKSini\ 
Tliis Scholarship, founded in memory o\' the late 
Bishop Van Mildert, is of the annual value of ;^,5o. 

Regit Id f ions for the Van Mildert Scholarship. 

1. Unless examiners shall be specially appointed for the 
purpose by the Din-hani Council, the electors for the V\-in 
Slildert Scholarship shall be the examiners for the Deg'i-ee of B.A. 

2. The candidates for the Van Mildert Scholaiship shall be such 
underg'raduates atlmiltod to the final pass examination for the 
Decree of B.A. in Easter term, as are desirous of pursuing- a 
course of study in Theolog-y, and are recommended as fit \>y llie 
President and their tutor, and have sig-nitied their desire to the 
examiners befcire the examination. 

•?. The examiners shall elect that candidate who, from the 
talents and acquirements shown in the examination, shall appear 
to them to be the best qualified to pursue the study of Divinity 
with success, provided he has shown distinctive merit. 

4. The election shall be certified to the Council in writiui^, 
attested by the sig-natures of the examiners. 

5. The V'an Mildert Scholar shall keep three consecutive terms 
in Tlieolog-y ; at the end of his third term he shall pass the 
Exaniinaiion foi' the Diploma in Theolog'y. 

6. One-third o'i the proceeds of the Scholarship shall be 
payable when the Scholar has kept one term, one-third when he 
has kept a second term, and the remainder of the Scholarship 
when he has kept a third term and proceeded to the Diploma in 
Theolosjfw The residue which may be occasioned, either by his 
non-residence or by any other circumstances, shall either be laid 
out in prizes for those who disting^uish themselves at the 
Examination for the Diploma in Theology or applied in such 
otiiei- manner as the Council of the Dmiiam Ci^lleges may think 
most conducive to the interests of the University. 

7. Xo \'an Mildert Scholar shall receive the proceeds of the 
Scholarship unless he produces a certificate trom his tutor of 
g-ootl conduct and attention to his studies. 

8. The Coinicil shall have the power to alter or amend 
these regulations from time to time, provided that the V^an 
Mildert Scholarship shall always be applied to the encouragement 
of Theological learning in the University. 

Van Mililert Scholars. 

1910 Darwall, D.W.-' <9i<^'» -"^ot awariletl. 

igi I Haifieki, A. P."" 1917 Xot awarded. 

191 2 Crabtree, H. S." 1918 Not awarded. 

1913 N'ot awarded. '9'9 ^ot awarded. 

1914 Hardy, E. P.^ 1920 Not awartled. 

1915 Arthur, B.- 

» Of University Collcfrc. » Of Hatlicld a.lleK-e. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 293 

GISBORXE SCHOLARSHIP. 
This Scholarship was founded by the Dean and 
Chapter from funds placed at their disposal for the 
benefit oi the University by the Rev. Thomas Gisborne, 
M.A., Canon of Durhain. The Sciiolarship is of the 
annual value of about ;^36, tenable for one year, and 
is open to candidates for the First Year or Intermediate 
Examination in Arts holding- no Scholarship or Kx- 
hibition, and also to Students enterins^ from Theolog-ical 
Colleges in connexion with the University. 
G/shonie Scholdrs. 

1905 MiKldiiu.iii, A. i^.' 1913 Nesbiir, A. W.* 

1906 T.-i\lor, J. A." 1914 Wrighl, J. N.* 
1910 Mercer, J. A. E." 1917 Loxton, F. W.s 
igij Thomas, H, \\".' No award since. 

THORP SCHOLARSHIP. 
A sum oi money was offered to the Universil\' by 
the executors of the late Robert Thorp, for the 
purpose of founding a Scholarship, to be held bv " a 
Student of limited means, fair academic attainments, 
and g"ood moral character, to be nominated annually by 
the President ; the Scholarship lo be held on condition 
of residence aiul attention to academic discipline and 
studies ; and no Student to have the non;iination for 
more than three years." The Sciiolarship is of the 
annual \aliie ol ;£,2i qs. 4d. 

l hoi'p Scholar. 
\i.)\ 2 Fewtrell, H. P.- i9'7 Xot auarded. 

1913 Towers, F.5 191S Not awarded. 

1914 Hamlyn, F. C.- '9'9 Not awarded. 

1915 iisay,, ^^ .^ 1920 Not awarded. 

1916 -Oiton, H.- 

MALTHY EXHIBITION. 

The late Bishop Maltb\ founded an Exhibition oi the 

annual value of X8 6s. 4d. for Students of limited 

means and fair attainments. In the election preference 

is given to members of Hatfield Colleg"e. 

Miiltbv Exhibitioners. 

1912 Warrington, P. P2.- 1Q17 Not awarded. 

1913 Warjinoton. R K.^ iq.8| , ^^. ^. 

1914 Hug-hes, P. B.- '9i9i 

1915 Not awartled. 1920 Not awarded. 
19 T 6 Xot aw.irded. 



» Of Univergity College. ' Of Hat^eld CoUeg-e. 4 Of St. Chad^ Coll.g-e. 
5 Of St. John's Colle-e. ■ Non-Collegiate. 
19 



294 SCHOLAKSHIPS. 

LINDSAY SCHOLARSHIP. 

Tills Scholarship was founded by Mr. Ralph Lindsay, 
a native of St. Oswald's in the City of Durham. 

Regulations for the Lindsay Scholarship. 

1. The above-mentioned Foundation and its endowment ;ire 
administered by the Council of the Durham Collegfes {hereinafter 
called the Trustees), in conformity with the provisions o'i a 
Scheme, dated June igih, 1906, under the name of the Ralph 
Lindsay Scholarship, hereinafter called the Foundation. 

2. After payment of the expenses of administration, the 
Trustees shall apply a yearly sum of not less than ;{^40, and 
not more than ;{j6o, in the maintenance of a Scholarship, to be 
called the Lindsa)' Scholarship, tenable at Durham Universit}', 
and to be awarded to bo}s, who — 

(i) are and have for not less than three years been in 
attendance at Durham Grammar School, and 

(ii) either (a) were born in the dioceses of Durham or 

Newcastle, or {b) are of kin to the Founder, Ralph 

Lindsay. 

Provided that any Scholarship for which there is no candidate 

qualified under both the foreg-oing- paragraphs (i) and (ii) hei-eof, 

who on examination is adjudj^ed worthy lo take it, may for that 

turn be awarded to a candidate qualified under paragraph (i) 

only. Each Scholarship shall be awarded for a period of three 

years. 

The Trustees may in any year apply an}' accumulations oi 
income of the Foundation in increasing the value of the Scholar- 
ship, provided that the yearly value of the Scholarship shall not 
exceed ;{J6o. 

3. Within the limits fixed by this Scheme, the Scholarship 
shall be freely and openly competed for, and shall be awarded 
for merit on the result of such examination, and under such 
regulations and conditions as the Trustees think fit, provided that, 
in the award, preference shall be given for proficiency in classics. 
Any Scholarship, for which there is no dul)' qualified candidate 
who, on examination, is adjudged worthy lo take it, shall for that 
tuin not be awarded. 

4. The Scholarshijj shall be tenable only for the j^urposes of 
education. If the holder of a Scholarship is, in the judgment of 
the Trustees, guilty of serious misconduct 'or idleness, or fails to 
maintain a reasonable standard of proficiency, or wilfully ceases 
to pursue his education, the Trustees may deprive him of the 
Scholarship, and for this purpose may act on the report of the 
proper authorities of the said University, or on such other 
evidence as the Trustees think sufficient. Under this clause the 
decision of the Trustees shall be final in each case. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 295 

5. No boy shall, by reason of any exemption from attending" 
prayer or religious worship, or from any lesson or series of 
lessons on a religious subject, be deprived of any advantag-e or 
emolument out of the endowment of the Foundation, to which he 
would otherwise have been entitled. 

6. The Scholarship is awarded on the results of the Matricula- 
tion Examination. 

Li)uisay Scholars. 

1905 Jackson, W. E. G.' iqi2 Todd, A.'. , 

1909 Firth, E. N. M." No award since. 



SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP. 

This Scholarship, of the annual vahie of ;^30, is 
tenable for three years, and is restricted to pupils of the 
Durham Grammar School. It is awarded on the results 
of the Durham University Matriculation Examination. 

ScliooL Scholars. 

1907 Longden, F. C 1912 Todd, A.' 

No award since. 

There is also an Exhibition of the annual value of 
_;;^i5, restricted to pupils of the Durham Grammar 
School, in the gift of the Head Master. 

.School Exhibitioners. 

1907 Long-den, F. C' 1914 Thomas, G. P. F. 

No award since. 

ELLERTON SCHOLARSHIP. 
The Rev. Edvvarci Ellerton, D.D., Fellow of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, by deed dated February 
22nd, 1848, founded a Scholarship now of the value of 
about ;^25 a year, for natives of the North Riding of 
York, tenable in ordinary cases for three years. 

Deed of Fouudalion. 

In gratitude to Divine Providence, I am desirous oi assisting 
some of my compatriots, natives of the North Riding in the 
County of York, by founding for their benefit in the University of 
Durham a Scholarship of ^21 per annum, tenable in ordinary 
cases for three years. 

' Of University College. 



zqo si noi.AKsHiPs. 

Till- qii;ililu','itions of llie candidates shall be llie following': 

1. That they be natives of the North Riding^ of Yoi-kshire. 

2. That they be sons of parents who are members of the 
Chm-eh of England. 

py That the)' shall ha\e received their education at Richmond 
Grammar School. 

4. That the)' shall not exceed llieir twentieth year on the day 
of their first election. 

5. That the\' be in need of such assistance. 

But if no candidate appear from Richmond School, or if such 
candidate be declareil by the examiners to be incompetent,* a 
native of the North Ridins;: of Yorkshire educated elsewhere is to 
be elected Scholar. And if more candidates than one should 
appear, either from Richmond School or of those who have had 
their school education elsewhere. I desire that the best scholar 
be elected. 

I consider it most safe to elect the scholar only for one year; 
and, if his conduct be satisfactory, to repeat the election at the 
commencemenl of the second year and third year ; that if a youth 
elected scholar should, in the judgement of the Senate of the 
University, have forfeited his claim to re-election by indolence 
or immorality, he may be removed ; and I hereby authorize and 
request the University to elect another scholar! in the room of 
him who has been found unworthy ; and the. scholar so elected, if 
he approve himself to the University by his diligence as a Student 
and his exemplai-y life as a Christian, shall enjoy the Scholarship 
for three years, having been three times elected, and at the end 
of the third year shall vacate it, to make room for another 
possessing all the requisite qualifications enumerated above. 

Supplemeiil to tlie above deed, dated March i^, iS^S. 

The event contemplated, that there may be no tialive of the 
North Fviding a candidate for the Scholarship founded by me is 
possible, but not probable ; but such a contingency should be 
provided foi\ 

If such a case actually arise, I wish that the .Scholarship 
should be thrown open to natives of the East and West Ridings 
of the county firo istci vice, and that the person elected, if his 
conduct be satisfactory to the University, should enjoy it after 
three elections for three years. 

* Aptus ad proficiendum is the qualilicatiun rutjuired in our Oxford iJtatulcs, 
and if the candidate is not so far advanced in learning as to be competent to 
profit by the lectures he will attend, he inay be declared incompetent. 

t An extraordinary election of this sort would, of course, be communicated to 
the Master of Richmond School, that he may avail himself of the vacancy, if he 
have any boys sufficiently advanced to fill it; if not. llie election must be made 
out of natives of the North Ridinff educated elsewhere. 



SCHOLAKSMIPS. 297 

Ri'oiildHoiis for the Eilerton Scholarship. 

I Tlie P211erton Scholar shall, in ordinary cases, be elected 
by the Coiuicil of the niirhani Colleijes in the Michaelmas Term 
of each year. 

2. Each candidate, before he is admitted to examination, must 
submit to the Council testimonials of character and certificates to 
show that he possesses the (.|nalifications specifieti in the Deed of 
Foundation. 

3. The examin;ilion tor admission to the Schi)larship shall be 
conducted h\' two ov more Mxaminers, to lie ni)minated h\' the 
Council. 

The Examiners, being furnished witii a list of ihe cani.lidates, 
shall make to the Council a report of the proficiency of each. 

4. The EUerton Scholar will be required to keep hi.s Terms and 
pursue his studies in the Durham Di\ isiun as a Student in Arts. 

5. The Council shall have authori>y to dispense with the 
keeping- oi not more than one Term of resitlence in the course of 
two years; and not more than two Teims of resilience in the 
course of three years. 

6. In such cases the Scholar shall leceive only such poilion of 
the proceeds of the Scholarsb.ip as may be due foi" the Terms he 
has kept. 

The residue which may arise, either from this cause oi' trom 
any other circumstance, shall be atkleil fiom time lo time !o 
increase tlie value of the Scholarship. 

7. The Council shall have pi>wer !o alter ;iiul amend these 
Regulations from time to time, consistently with the Deed of 
Foundation. 

E Her tun Scholars. 

K) )6 Wrench, V. E.' 1913 Giffoi d-Wood, L. K." 

Xo award since. 

H.ARRV SCHOLARSHIP. 
James Barry, late ot the City oi Dtirliani, devised 
to William Lloyd Wiiartoii, Francis Di.xon JoliiisiMi, 
Anthony Wilkinson, tlie Rev. James lvalue, and John 
Fogg-Elliot, such part of his eriects as should enable 
,them to invest in the parliamei.iary or public stocks of 
this king'dpm a sum producing ^,30 [ er annum for a 
Divinity Scholarship. 

In the year 191 3 (March 18) tie forowing sciieme 
was made by the Board of Educatiun : — 

' Ot University Colletfe. -^ Of Hatfield College, 



2qS SCHlM.AKSmi'S. 

1. Ill tliis Sfht'iiu- tlio express"u>n "the Fmiiulalioii " means 
ilie Foundation called the James Barry nivinil\- Scholarsliip, in 
i-onnoxion with tlie University of Durham, now regulated by a 
Scheme of the Charity- Commissioners of 7 Februar}', 1893. 

2. The Foundation and its endowment (including' the sum 
of Stock specified in the Schedule to this Scheme) shall be 
administered and managed in conformity with the provisions 
of this Scheme. 

3. The body of Trustees siiall consist ol the Chancellor of 
the University of Durham, the Dean of Durham, and the 
Professors of Divinity, Greek, and Hebrew in the sriid 
University, for the lime being respectivel}-. 

4. There shall be a quorum when two Trustees are present at 
any meeting. The Trustee who, of those present stands first 
in the list of Trustees contained in the foregoing clause shall 
be the Ciiairman of the meeting. Every matter shall be 
determined b\' the majorit}' of the Trustees present and \oting 
npon the question. In case of equality of votes the Chairman 
shall have a second or casting vote. 

5. All the proper costs, charges, and expenses of and 
incidental to the adniinistration and management of the 
Foinidation shall bi- first defra^'ed by the Trustees out of the 
income thereof. 

6. Subject to the payments aforesaid, the yearl)' income of 
the Foundation shall be applied by the Trustees in the annual 
award of one or more Scholarships, tenable for one year in 
the University of Durham bj;^ resident students engaged in the 
stud}' of Theology, being members ol' the Church of England, 
to be elected b}' the Trustees subject to the following rules : — 

(a) The election shall take place at such time in Easter term as 

the Trustees shall fix. 
{b) Candidates must be of not less than three nor moic than 

nine terms' standing. 
ic) Candidates must furnish such testimonials of goi>d conduct 

and studious habits as shall be satisfactory to the i'ro- 

tessor of Divinity of the UniversitN'. 

(d) Every Scholarship shall be awarded bj- the Trustees 
upon consideration of — 

(i) An essay by each candidate on such subject, being 
a subject included in any of the courses prescribed 
by the University for the study of Theology, as 
the Professor of Divinit)' shall appoint ; and 

(ii) The Academic record of fhe candidates, with 
special reference to their performances in any 
examinations of the University. 

(e) A Scholarship cannot be awarded twice to the same 
■ person. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 299 

( /"i Subject as aforesaid the Scholarship i>r Sciiolarships shall 

be awarded under such rules and conditions as the 

Trustees think fit. If at the time of election there shall 

be no duly qualified candidate who is adjudged worth\' to 

take a Scholarship, no Scholarship shnll for that turn be 

.awarded. 

7. Any sum of cash now or at m\\ time belonging- to the 

P'oundation and not needed as a balance for working jiurposes 

shall (unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Education) be 

invested in the name of the Official Trustees of Chai'itable 

Funds. 

<S. Anv question as to the construction of this Scheme, or 
as to the regularity or the validity of an}- acts done or about 
to be done under this Scheme, shall be determined conclusively 
bv the Board oi' Education, upon such application made to 
them for the purpose as they think sufficient. 

g. The date of this Scheme shall be the da}- on whiih it is 
established by an Order oi' tiie Board of Education. 

Barry Scholars. 
1910 Not awarded. 1912 Joyce, F. P. 

iqii Hurwood, H. H.'' 1913 Bacon, G. X.-* 

Xo award since. 

NEWBV SCHOLARSHIP. 
The pupils and friends of the late Rev. Georg'e Newby, 
M.A., having proposed to fotind an open Scholarship in 
memory of him, the proposal was accepted October 31, 
1848. The Scholarship is of the animal value of about 
^^i8. 

Reoriilafioiis for the Ae^oby Scholarship. 

1. The Newby Scholarship shall be open to all Undergraduates 
who are not yet qualified to present themselves for the Final 
Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, and to all 
persons not j'et admitted to be Students in the University. 

2. Ever}' candidate must produce to the Council satisfactory 
testimonials of character before he can be admitted to examination. 

3. Unless Examiners are specially appointed by the Council 
the Examiners for the First Year Examination in Arts shall be 
Examiners for the Newby Scholarship. The Examination shall be 
exclusively Classical. 

4. The Newby Scholarship shall be tenable until the Scholar 
is of standing to present himself for the Final Examination for the 
Degree of Bachelor of Arts, provided the Scholar during that time 
keep his terms and pursue his studies in the Durham Division. 

^ Of Hatfield Colleg-e. 4 Of St. Chads CoUeg-e. 7 Non-Collegiate. 



SCHOI-AKSlllPS. 



N("iv/n' Sc/ioldi's. 



1 006 Tiioliey„C. R.' 1912 iMcGowan, E.' 

1907 Beck, W. E.- 1913 GiflFord-Wood, L. K.= 

1910 Hatfield, A. P.' No award since. 

HE BURY SCHOLARSHIP. 
This Scholarship was foun'ded bv Bishop Lighltoot in 
1882. It is o'l the annual value or jQ~^o at least, and is 
open to Students who intend to take Holy Orders in the 
diocese of Durham. It is awarded at the Final Examina- 
tion in .Arts to the best candidate for Honours, who is 
also a candidate for the Scholarship, provided that he not 
only obtains Honours but is declared by the Examiners 
to be worthy of the Scholarship. It is tenable for one 
year, and it* may be held with any other scholarship. 
Holders of the De Bury Scholarship, being Bachelors 
of .\rts, are allowed to offer, from amongst the 
subjects required for Honours in Theology, New 
Testament, and three other subjects, of which one 
must be Dogmatic Theology or Ecclesiastical History. 

De Bury Scholars. 
igii .\esbilt, E. J. W.'' igit^-ig No award. 

1913 Whitfield, F. E. B.' 1920 Wright, J. N.-t 

1914 Sladdeii, H. E.^ 

LIGHTKOOT SCHOLARSHIP. 
This Scholarship, given by the Rev. Alfred William 
Gross, of Hatfield College, in memory of the late Bishop 
Lightfoot, is of the annual value of £^0. Its object is 
to encourage those who have taken Honours in Arts 
to devote at least three terms to the study of Theology 
and take Honours in Theology. 

Regulations. 
I. The Examiners lor the Final Examination in Classics or 
Mathematics shall award the Lig-htfool Scjiolarship each June to 
the candidate for Honour.s in Arts who seems to them to be the 
most promising as a student of Theology, and has signified to the 
Examiners before the examination his intention of competing for 
the Scholarship. 

' Of University Colleg-e. « OF Hatfield CoIIe'gr'e. 4 Of St. Chads College. 
7 Non-Collepriate. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 30 1 

2. The candidate selected must have taken Honours in the 
Final Examination in Arts. During; his tenure of the Scholarsliip 
he shall read for Honours in Theology. 

3. The Lig-htfoot Scholarship shall be tenable for one yeuv, and 
one-half shall be payable after the Scholar has kept two terms as 
a student in Theology, the other half after he has kept a third 
term and has taken Honours in Theology. Holders of the 
Lightfoot Scholarship, being Bachelors of Arts, shall be allowed 
to offer, from amongst the subjects required for Honours in 
Theology, New Testament, and three other subjects, of which 
one must be Dogmatic Theology or Ecclesiastical History. 

4. The Lightfoot Scholarship shall not be tenable with ihe Van 
Mildert Scholarship. 

5. These regulations shall not be changed duiing the lifetime ot 
the founder without his consent. 

Lightfool Scholars. 

1905 Dowding, A. \V.-' 1913 Ka)-, C.-* 

1907 Pollard, T. R.' 1914 Herring, J. M.-* 

1908 Buhner, E. S. X.' 1915-19 No award. 

1909 Crabtree, C. J." j Dobson, H. \V.^ 

1910 Pestle, E. P.' 1920] Blood, A. G." 

1911 Clark, T. P. R.' I Boden, J. P.-" 

1912 Mould, D. H. S.' 

JENKYNS SCHOLARSHH\ 

This Scholarship (payable out of the Jenkyns Fund) 
is to be awarded on the results of the First Year 
Examination in Arts to a candidate who, holdini^- no 
other Scholarship or Exhibition, proposes to read for a 
Final Honour School. It is of the value of ;^40 a year, 
and is awarded in the first instance for one term, and 
is renewable in accordance with the report given 
in Collections on the work of the holder of the 
Scholarship. 

Joikvus Scholar. 
1914 Hughes, P. B.- No award since. 

WINIFRED FOSTER SCHOLARSHIP. 

This Scholarship was founded in 191 2, by the Will oi 
the late Lord Ilkeston, in memory of hi8 daughter. It 
is derived from the income on a capital sum of ^^800. 
The following are the conditions : — 

I. The Winifred F"oster Scholarship shall be open to a Woman 
Candidate requiring help in order to maintain herself at Durham, 
whose age on the first day of the Examination shall be not less 
than 17^ years, nor mo re than 22 years. 

■ Of University College. - Of Hatfield Cullejfo. 4 Of St. Chad's Colleg-e. 
5 Of St. John's College. 



^02 ^^.■HOI..\KSlll|•s. 

J. Till- Ex;tminalio!i at which the Se-holaiship is awaided shal 
bo the July Malriculalion Examination, except as provided 
below. 

J. The Caiuiidale shall furnish particulars as to income of 
parents and number of family to be educated, with evidence of 
her indnsti-v and public spirit during her school career. 

4. Korms of application, (to be obtained from the Principal of 
St. .Marys Collejfe or the Censor of Home Students) shall be 
returned to them with the Matriculation Entrance forms and fees 
at least a fortnig'ht before the Exaniination. 

3. In any year when the Scholarship is available, should no 
applicant present herself in July, who, at the same time, in the 
opinion of the Examiners reaches a sufficienilj' high standard in 
the Matriculation Examination, and in the opinion of the Principal 
of -St. Mary's Colleg;e and the Censor of Home Students offers 
satisfactory evidence of limited means and g'eneral ability and 
character, it shall be within the discretion of the Principal and the 
Censor to advertise the Scholarship again for competition in the 
October Matriculation, or to hold it over until the following July. 

6. The final award shall rest in the hands of the Principal of 
St. Mary's College and the Censor of Home Students, on the 
recommendation of the ^Matriculation Examiners. 

7. If for any cause a successful Candidate fails to take up her 
Scholarship, the Principal and Censor ma}' either award it to the 
Candidate next in merit or advei-tise it again for competition. 

5. In case the Principal of St. Mary's College and the Censor of 
Home Stvidents cannot agree as to the course to be adopted either 
under CL'iuse 5, 6 or 7, the President of the Council shall decide. 

9. The Scholar shall come into residence in the October of the 
year in which the Scholarship is awarded. It shall be tenable for 
one }ear, and mav be renewed for a second or tiiird \'ear on the 
recommendation of the Examiners, either in a University Exam- 
ination or in Collections, and subject to the approval of the 
Principal of St. Mar}-'s College or the Censor of Home Students, 
as the case may be. 

10. The iiolder of the Scholarship shall reside and be a student 
in the Durham Division of the Universitj', as a condition of 
receiving tlie income of the Scholarship. 

Winifred Foster Scholar. 
1914 Barlow, A. A." 1918 Caldcleugh A.' 



.PEARS SCHOLARSHIP. 

Tliis Scholarship was founded oir a Bequest mad'e to 

the Dean and Chapter of Durham, as Governors of the 

University, by Georjj;-e Pears, of Witton-le-Wear, in a 

Will dated 31st May, i8q8. 

6 Of St. Mary s Collefre. « Home Student. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 303 

Tlie ciniditions of tliis Scholarship, as set fortli in liie 
Bequest, are : — 

1. That it should be granted to a Candidate wlio has not 
\'et matriculated. 

2. Tiiat the elected Candidate should beg'in Residence in 
the University in the Term next ensuing after his election. 

3. And that such Scholar may follow out his education in 
the Faculty of («) Arts, or (b) Theolog-y, or (c) Medicine. 

4. The Scholarship ma}- be tenable for three years ; with 
power to the "University Authorities," in case of misconduct or 
idleness, to withdiaw the Scholarship from any holder of it. 

5. The Donor directs that, though the Scholarship is to be 
open to all, other things being- equal, a preference should be 
given to a native of Witton-le-Wear or of Bishop Auckland, oc 
of anv place within a radius o\' two miles from either of these 
places. Candidates must be persons who "but for the help of 
the Scholarshii^ would not be able to meet the expenses of a 
University" course." 

RegitUifions. 

1. The Examination on which this Scholarship shall be 
awarded shall be the "Matriculation Examination in Medicine, 
Science, Letters, and Music." Candidates for the Scholaiship 
must offer Engflish, Latin, Additional Mathematics, Greek (if he 
proposes to enter under Arts or Theolog'v) ; or (if he proposes 
to study Medicine) either Greek, ov French, or German.* 

2. The Scholarship shall be awarded on the results of the 
September Examination ; so that the successful Candidate may 
always begin his University career in the Michaelmas Term. 

3. The Scholarship is open on equal terms to both sexes. 

4. The Scholarship at present is of the value of ^50 a year. 

Pears Scholars. 
iqob Lumb, J.' iqi:; Holtbv, H.'' 

1909 Metcalfe, F.' iqi8 Minsk'i, L.9 

1912 Newman, P".*^ 



HATFIELD EXHIBITION. 
This Exhibitioti was founded on a g-ift to the Univer- 
sity of ;£ri50o, made b}' an anonymous benefactor in 
1908. 

Regulations. 

I. The Exhibition or Exhi"bitions shall be held only by 
students of limited means. 

* In order to satisfy the requirements of the General Medical Council Candi- 
dates who propose to study Medicine, must pass in English History and Geo- 
graphy in addition fo the subjects for the scholarship. 
9 Of CoUegre of Medicine; 



304 sciioi.AKsiiirs. 

2. I'relVreiice in the olcction shall be _t;ivcn lo ciiulidales 
wlio are membois of Hatfield Colleg'o. 

.5. Tlie elei'tois shall he the Master and V'ice-Masler of 
Hatfield Colle^-e. 

4. The electors shall decide whether the whole or pari of 
the amount available shall be awarded to any candidate. 

5- The Exhibition shall be paid terminally to (he exljibiiioner 
b\- the L'niversity Treasurer, provided that the exhibiiioner has 
kept the term and produces a certificate from the Master and 
Vice-Master requiring' the Treasurer to pa\'.* 

6. Subject to the preceding' clause the Exhibition shall be 
tenable for two years, and may, at the discretion of the Master 
antl \'ice-M;isier, be lenewed 011 the same conditions fov a 
thirti ^'ear. 

7. The Exhibition at present is of the value i>t^54 a year. 



PRIZES.! 

rHO.Ml\SO.\" HISTORY PRIZE. 

This prize was founded in 1873 by Tlioinas Charles 
Thompson, M.A., for an essay on some hisLoi'ical 
subject. It is of the value of ^,10, and is open to 
Graduates of the Durham Division of not more than 
six years' standing' from the det^ree of B..A. The 
subject in 1921 is "The decline and fall of tlie Turkish 
Empire." 

1906 Not awarded. 1908 Ta3'lor, J. A.' 

1907 Power, J. I. J No award since. 

LONG RE.Ai31.\c; PRIZE. 

In 1864, Mrs. .\lice Long', widow of ihe late Rev. 

William Long, Vicar of Lythe, in the county of York, 

bequeathed to the - University the sum of ;^200, tor 

the purpose of founding an annual Prize for Reading. 

The competition for this prize is held in the Easter 
Term. 

* Such certificate shall not be issued by the Master and Vice-Master 
unless they are satisfied with the work and conduct of the Exhibitioner. 
t Candidates for these Prizes must be members of Durham Colleges. 
7 Non-Coileg'iate. 



PRIZES. 305 



Long PrizcDicn. 

iQio Appleton, F".' 1916 Maich, \\ . I', (i.' 

iqii Page, H. K.'' 1917 Hardy, C. E.^ 
I Bacon, G. N. o I Sneed, F. L.* 

"^'-\ Redfern, T.3 '9''^ I Thwaite, D. M. L.^ 

1913 Gaunt, E.= 1919 Ctibb, C. T." 

1914 Bacon, G. N.-* 1920 Caulton, S. Cj.-* 
) Cribb, C. T.' 

'9'3^ Glynn, J. F. S.' 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES PRIZE. 

This prize wa.s of the value of ;£^5, open to all 
resident Students of the Durham Divi.sion of the 
University of not more than nine terms' standing from 
matriculation, and was offered annually in Easter Term. 

The prize was withdrawn in 1920.. 



1907 


Mall, H." 






iqi3 F.irkasch, R.' 


1908 


Glvn, E. F.'^ 






igi4 Not awarded. 


1909 


Bowie, D.'° 






1915 Not awarded. 


I9I0 


Bowie. D.'" 






r f Barlow, A. A. 
-' \ Giyn, E. \ .^^ 


I9II 


Warth, S. F. 


■ 




1912 


Wadsw.M-th, 


E. 


M.' 


1920 Pearce, M. G 



GABBETT PRIZE. 

This prize was foiuided in 1883 in memory of William 
Edward Gabheti, M..A., Classical Tutiir in the Univer- 
sity, for Mental and Moral Philosoph\. It is o\ the 
value of ^'11, is open to Graduates of the I)urham 
Division o\ not more than six years' standing from 
the degree o{ R.A , and is offered annually. The 
subject in 1921 is " Ihe Basis of Morality." 

1906 Not awarded. 191 1 Pai-ker, T. L." 

1907 Simpson, B. F. ' 1912 Not awarded. 
190S .Simpson, B. F. ' 1913 Nesbitt, E. J. \\'.-' 

1909 Eldershaw, W. F. H. N." 1914 Witch, E. L." 

1910 Parker, T. L.? No award since. 

" Of University Collee-e. = Of Hatfield College. -i Of St. Chads Collegre. 

-^ Of St. John'.s Collejje. 'i Of St. Marys Colleg-e. r Non-Collegfiate. 

*- Home Student. " Of Armstrong^ College. 



306 PRIZES. 

C.IBSO.N PRIZE 
A Prize, founded in 1898 in memory of William Sidney 
Gibson, M.A., of the value of ;Q2o, is offered every 
tliree years for the best Essay on British Archaeolog"y, 
or Local Histor}. It is open to Graduates of the 
Durham Division of not more than six years' 
standintj from the degree of B.A. The Prize is 
awarded in Easter Term, and the subject of the essay 
is announced a year beforehand. The Examiners 
have the power of awarding a smaller prize to the 
writer of a meritorious essay who has failed to win the 
prize of _;^2o. The subject for 192 1 is "The contribution 
of the Roman Wall to Art and Religion." 

1908 Carr, E.'° 1914 Not awarded. 

191 1 Not awarded. 1915 Not awarded. 

191 3 Not awarded. No award since. 



CAPEL CURE PRIZE. 
This Prize, founded in 1906, in memory of Henry 
Capel Cure, B.A., of University College, is of the value 
of about 30s., and is offered annually in Epiphany Term 
for the best Sermon, to candidates for Ordination who 
are in residence and have passed the Intermediate 
Examination. 

1907 Dodd, W. A. de VJ 1914 Not awarded. 

1908 Not awarded. 1915 Priestnall, T. H.3 

1909 Hands, W. J.? igi6 Spencer, J. R.' 

1910 Smith, E. E.-t 1917-19 No award. 

191 1 Bishop, G. B. H.'' 1920 Ganderlon, H. Y.5 

191 2 Goug-h, \V. A. 5 
f Harrison, £.■* 

'9'-5| Likeman, H. J.' 



BIBLE PRIZE. 
This Prize was instituted in October, 1912. It i; 
offered for general knowledge of the Bible. 

'9' 2 ^5 Lund, J. 7 

£5 Newell, L. B. C* 
1913 j^5 Newell, L. B. C." 

£2 Hamlyn, F. C.^ 

No award since. 



' Of University College. - Of Hatfield College. 4 Of St. Chad's CoUegfc. 
5 Of St. John's College. 7 Non-Collepiate. '• Of Armstrong College. 



PRIZES. 307 

?*IALTBV PRIZE. 

This Prize, of the value of ;^5, is open to all resident 
students of the Durham Division of the University, of 
not more than nine terms' standing from Matriculation. 
It is awarded for an essay to be written on some 
subject of Classical Literature, Archaeology or History. 
The subject in 1921 is "The world's debt to Julius 
Caesar." 

19J4 Hall-Patch, J. S. P." 1920 Xot awarded, 

igig Boden, J. P.-" 



OGLE AND FOX PRIZE. 
This Prize, of the value of ;^4, is to be awarded on 
the result of the Matriculation Examination in October 
to the best candidate who intends to pursue his (or 
her) studies as a student in residence in the Durham 
Division, such candidate not being the holder of any 
University Scholarship or Exhibition. The Prize will 
be given in books suitable for use during the course of 
study in the Durham Colleges, and the list of such 
books is to be approved by the Head or Censor of the 
body which the candidate proposes to join. The 
Examiners have power to divide the Prize. 



JUBILEE PRIZE. 

This Prize, derived from a sum of ;^..\'/ 15s. 9d. 
standing in 1913 to the credit of the Jubilee Prize 
Fund and the Wood Fund, is offered in Epiphany 
Term for an English Essay. The following is the 
subject for 1921 : — " Walpole's Letters." 

1914 Farrer, W. W.' 1920 Xol awarded. 

1919 Slater, T. R.* 

DECLAMATION PRIZE. 

This Prize, of the value of ;/."3 3s., was founded in 
1919. The competition is held in the Easter Term. 
1919 Cribb, C. T.' 1920 Roberts, R. H. W.t 

1 Of University College. 4 Of St. Chads College. 5 Of St. John's College 
' Non-Collogiate. '' Ot Codrington. 



I0O9 


Badcock, \'. E. 


•9' 


5 


lOio 


Robsoii, Stanley. 


191 


[6 


IQI 1 


Drummond, Hdislev. 


191 


17 


1912 


Pat e ISO n, M. S. 


191 


[8 


'9"o 


Browne, L. F". 


19 


19 


1914 


Bedson, S. P. 







308 COLI.KGK OK MKOICINK. 

t'OI.I.KCiK OF MKHRlNi:. 

Scholarships, Mkdals, and Prizes. 
A Ciiilci Medal is awarded every year to the Candidate 
who presents the best lissay for the Degree of M.D., 
provided that the Essay is jiidj^ed ti> he o\' suMicient 
merit. 

GOLD MEDALS. 
Medals have been awarded to the following;' during' 
he past ten years : — 

Xot awarded. 
Merewether, E. R. A. 
Rowstron, N. F. 
Senior, H. D. 
Not awardetL 

UXIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS. 
Four Scholarships of ;^25 a year were set apart in 
1856 for Students in Medicine, and are tenable for four 
years by Students pursuing their medical studies and 
not ot sufficient standing" to proceed to a Degree in 
Medicine. These Scholarships cannot be held together 
with the Pears Scholarship. 

Regulations for the Medical Scholarships. 

1. In ordinary cases such Medical Scholarsliips as shall have 
become vacant shall be filled up at the beg-inninjjf of Michaelmas 
Term in each y»-^ar. 

2. Each candidate must produce to the Chancellor satisfactory 
testimonials of character. 

3. The candidates for the Medical Scholarships shall be those 
persons who are desirous of being' admitted as Medical Students, 
and wlio have not attended more than one Summer Session in the 
College o\ Medicine, and the successful Candidnlesmust lake 
out their entire curriculmn at the University of Durham College 
of Medicine, Xewcastle-upon-Tyne. 

- 4. The Examination shall be that** for the Matriculation 
Examination of the Universit\-, held in September. 

5. The subjects of Examination shall bo: — (1) Eng'lish, (j) 
Geography. (3) Eng'lish History, (4) Latin, (5) *Arithmetic, (6) 
■'.Xlg'ebra. (7) *Euclid, and (8) Greek, or (9) German, or both. 

*, As under AnnrrioNAi. Mathkmatics. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 309 

6. These Scjjiolarsliips shfi,!! be tenable by the succtjssful Can- 
didates for four, years, provided they produce satisfactory 
testiino^iialvs of ph^racter, '. dufing each Session, ,froni the Sec- 
retary of the ♦Cpllegg;Of Mecjicine, and pass their Professiontil 
Examinations in a creditable, manner. 

7. It a Scholarship be forfeited from anj' cause, theCliancellor 
and Senate shall have power to assign the Scholarship for the 
remaining- part of the period to a-st-udent not already a Scholar, who 
may be recommended by the Council of the College of Medicine. 

University Medical Schplars. 

4909 Ariustroiig, (.". .{ Rerring, R. Ji 

1910 Evers, H." '9'°| Williams, V. L. 

191 1 Rrumweil. J. 1917 Blair, H. M. S. 

1912 Erdberg, M. J. ^ ^g f FothergiU, G. A. 

1913 Harrison, A. T. ^ \ Jaques, E. H. 

1914 Ferguson, R.I 1919 Meek, T. H. 
I Woodmanv A. 

"^'-■^1 Kirk, T. H. 

DICKINSON" MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. 
The friends of the late John Dickinson, M.B., who 
was Medical Offi.cer of the Universities' Mission to 
Central Africa in 1863, desiring to testify their admiration 
for his character, and their sorrow at his untimely death, 
stibscribed a sum of ^,300. to which a further sum ot 
^,65 los. has been added, accruing- from the- years 
in which the Scliolarship was not awarded, Mrs. Walker 
and Mr. William Henry Dickinson further contributing 
to raise the amount to ^'400. The interest of tliis 
amount is awarded annually, after examination, at 
the end of the Summer Sessiiin. An\ Full Student 
ot the College of Medicine wiio iias passed tlie 
Intermediate hLxamination oi anv \V> the Licensing 
Bodies n.a.med in Schedule .A o^ the Medical Act, !858,- 
is eligible for the Scholarship. Tiie subjects of 
Examinatitin are Medicine, Surgery, Midwifery, and 
Pathology. With this Scholarship is also presented 
a Gold Medal. Candidates for the Dickinson Scholar- 
ship must enter for the Examination in tiieir fifth } ear, 
the vears beiny consecutive. 



t R. I""ergiLson .was killed- <in active service o'\ Sent. t5th. -1916^ and the 
Ciiancellor and Senate divided tliis Scliol.-ir<hip between T. H, Kirk and Y. L. 

Willi ims : tlif tormer he;n^ proxnnr ncc'sit in l^i$. the latter in imiI'i. 

20 



310 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 



Dickinson Sr/wiars. 



1906 


Pybus, F. C. 




'9'3 


1907 


Levin son, H. M. 




1914 


1908 


Saini, C. F. iM. 




'915 


1909 


Dainty, J. E. 




1916 


1910 


McGonigfle, G. C. 


M. 


1917 


191 1 


Barclay^ J. H. 




1918 


1912 


Sloreyi T. C. 




1919 



Ritson, Evelyn 
Aimslrongf, C. 
Meashaiii, J. E. • 
Sinclair, \V. O. F. 
Newman, Freda 
Wardill, W. E. M. 
Whyte, A. H. 



TULLOCH SCHOLARSHIP. 
The interest of the sum of ;^400, bequeathed by the 
late Benjamin TuUoch, Surg-eon, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, is awarded annually at the end of the Winter 
Session to the Full Student who passes the best 
examination in the subjects of Anatomy, Physiology, 
and Chemistry. This Scholarship may be awarded 
annually in June to the student who obtains the 
highest marks in the First M.B. Examination during 
the year. 

Txilloch Scliolars. 

1907 Dainty, J. E. J913 

(, f Barclay, J. H. 1914 

^ t Lninb, J. 191 5 

1909 Faircloujjh, H. 1916 

1910 Arkle, J. S. 1917 

1911 Merewether, E. R. .\. 191S 



1912 Xot awarded. 



Not awarded. 
Not awarded. 
Wardill, W. E. M. 
Holmes, Dorothy. 
Dixon, Dorothy A. 
Reuben, J. V. 



1919 Armstrong, R. 



CHARLTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. 
The friends of the late Edward Charlton, M.D. 
Edin., D.C.L. Dunelm., President of the Colleg'e, 
and Professor of Medicine, to show their appreciation 
of his professional and scientific worth, and to 
perpetuate his memory, contributed a sum of money, 
by means of which his portrait has been placed in 
the Library of the Royal Infirmary, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, and £iTOo invested to found a Scholarship in 
Medicine in the College, to be awarded annually at the 
end of the Winter Session after examination. The 
Scholarship is open to Full Students of the College 
who have attended the Class on the Principles and 
Practice of Medicine, and may be competed for at 
the end of their fourth or fifth Winter — the Winters 
being consecutive. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 3II 



Charlton Scholars. 



1906 P'airclou|fh, W. 1913 Arkle, J. S. 

1907 Levinson, H. ;\I. 1914 Merevvether, E. R. A. 

1908 Saint, C. F. M. 1915 Keay, C. H. 

1909 Wood, G. H. 1916 Welch, R. 

1910 Daimv, J. E. 1917 Not awarded. 
191 I Bendle, W. G. 1918 Bell, D. G. P. 
1912 Storey, T. C. 1919 Whyte, A. H. 

GIBB SCHOLARSHIP. 
Charles John Gibb, one of the oldest Members of the 
College, having- presented the sum of jQipo for the 
purpose, the interest on this sum is awarded annually 
as a Scholarship in Pathology, at the end of the 
Summer Session, to the Full Student who passes the 
best examination in that subject, but no Student shall 
be eligible after the completion of his curriculum. 

Gihb Schohirs. 

1906 Levinson, H. ^L i9'4 Evers, H. 

1907 Saint, C. F. ^L f Dunlop, E. C. 

1908 Braithwaite, E. C. "5'^"'\ Leete, H. M. 
/ Wood, G. H. 1916 Not awarded. 

'9°9^ Dainty, J. E. 1917 Whyte, A. H. 

1910 Barclay, J. H. 1918 Silverston, J. 

191 1 Storey, T. C. f Colville, O. 

191 2 Arkle', J. S. '^'9^^ Colville, E. T. 
( Metcalfe, F. 

'9'3 (Meashani, J. E. 

LUKE ARMSTRONG MEMORL\L SCHOLARSHIP. 

The friends of the late Luke Armstrong, M.D., who 
was connected with the College as Lecturer for a period 
of twentN -four years, desiring to testify their esteem for 
him and to perpetuate his memory, contributed ;^68o, 
which has been invested to found a Scholarship in 
Comparative Pathology. 

The Scholarship is open to all Graduates in Medicine 
or Hygiene, who have spent at least six months at the 
University of Durham, and whose age does not exceed 
thirty years. The Scholarship to be awarded annually 
to the author of the best Essay on some subject in 
Comparative Pathology which has been approved by the 
Professor of Comparative Pathology. The Essay may be 
illustrated by drawings, preparations and specimens. 



i . ., ,1.1; , 

312 SCHOLARSHII'S. 

These, toiietlier vvitli I lie prize Essay, shall become ihe 
property ot the College of Mediciife. The Es^say must 
be type-written, and should be sent to the Professor of 
Comparative Palholoiiy not later than the 1st June in 
each Near. The successful Candidate will be styled the 
Luke Armslrony^ Scholar in Comparative t*athology. 
B\ permission the Scholar may publish his Essay. 

If no essay of sufficient merit be presented, the 
Scholarship may he awarded to the Candidate who, in 
passini^ the first part of the Exaniination for the B. Hy. 
Deo^ree, obtains the hii^'hest' number of marks in Com- 
parative Patholoo-\ durin^if the \ear. 

Luke Aniistrop.ii S/:/iohi/s in Comparatm>e Pathology. 

1907 Harlan, G. P. ( Wear, Arthur Hyde. 

1908 Levinson, H. M. "''^ \ Mil!er,Marg-aret Mair. 
igoq Johnson, J. T. iQ'S i^ot awarded. 

1910 Braitliwaite, E. C. 1916 Baker, J. E. 

iqi 1 Saint, C F. M. '9'7 "^oi awarded. 

1912 Galpin, P. A. 1918 Not awarded. 

1913 Hudson, W. 1919 Not awarded. 



SJEl'HKN SCOTT SCHOLARSHH'. 

The late Stephen Scott, oi Harros^'ate, formerly 
of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, i>^enerously presented to the 
Collet^^e of Medicine the sum of ^1,000, for the 
purpose of founding^ a Scholarship. The competition 
shall be by an original Essay. By the terms of Mr, 
Scott's gift, the subject of the Essay was at first limited 
to " Hernia and Allied Subjects," but afterwards he 
kindly consented to extend the scope of the Essay so as 
to include any Surgical subject. Any Graduate in 
Medicine or Surgery of the University of Durham, 
or any Student o^ the College of* Medicine, shall be 
eligible to compete for the Scholarship, provided that 
such Student shall have kept at least one academical 
year in attendance at the College, and that in any case 
his age does not exceed thirty years at the time wheti 
the Essay is sent in. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 313 

Tho Competition shall take place every year, and tlie 
^ssavs must be presented not later than the I5tli day 
of ju'ly. • ■ • 

The Kss;iy must be t\ pe-written and may be illustrated 
by drawing's, preparations, and specimens, at the choice 
of" the Essayist. The judg-e shall be the Professor of 
Surgery, to whom the subject of the proposed Kssay, 
must be submitted for approval. The Scholarship shall 
not be awarded unless the Examiner deems the Essay 
of sufficient merit, and, in case it is at anv tim^ with- 
held, the proceeds shall be applied io the purposes of 
the Scholarship in such manner as the Trustees may 
direct, either bv addition to the capital sum or by i^iving' 
an additional prize on anv other occasion when a 
second Essay shall be deemed to deserve it. The 
Essays shall be the property of the College of Medicine, 
and also all specimens, preparations, etc., illustrating' 
them, but the writer of the successful ['"ssav s'nall be 
permitted to publish it. 

S/r/>//(:'ii Srofi Si /mldrx. 

Not aw.irded. 

Barclay, J. H. 
N'Ot avvardetl. 
Xot awarded. 
Not awarded. 



hp:ath schol.\rship. 

The late Georg^e V'eoman Heath, ATA., M.U., 
D.C.L., F.R.C.S., Professor of Surgery in the Uni- 
versity of Durham, and President of the College of 
Medicine, bequeathed the sum ol ;£,4,ooo, to found 
a' Scholarship in Surgery, the interest to be awarded 
every second year. 

In accordance with the will of the late G. Y. Heath, 
the Trustees of the Heath Scholarship will award and pay 
to the writer of the best original Essay the sum of ;^200. 



1907 


Pybus, F. C. 


1912 


( 


Levinsoii. H. .M. 


'913 


.908 


Stoker, F. 


1914 


1 


Willan, R. J. 


'<)i5 


1909 


Raiiken, David. 


1916 


igio 


Saint, C. F. M. 


1917 


191 1 


Stewart, J. C. 


igi8 
1 91 9 



314 SCHOLAKSIIII'S. 

All (iiaduates in Medicine or in Suiijerv of the 
University of Durham are elit;ible to cc^npete for this 
Scliolarship. 

The subject oi' the lissay for 1922 is ... . 



X.B. — The views advanced bj- llie writer must he illusliated by 
carehillv prepared dissections ami specimens. 

The Essay must be type-written or printed, and 
delivered to the Professor of Surg^ery not later than 
March 31st, in the year above-mentioned. The Essay, 
together with any specimens, drawings, casts, micro- 
scopical preparations, or other means of illustration 
accompanying it, will become the property o\' the 
College of Medicine. 

Bv permission, the Kssa}' mav be printed for general 
circulation bv the Heath Scholar. 



nealh Sclio/ais. 



1906 


.\ot aw 


ardeti. 


igo8 


Heslop, 


J. w. 


1910 


Turner, 


G. G. 


iqi2 


Pybus. 


F. C. 



1914 Saint, C. F. M. 

1916 Not awarded. 

191 8 Not awarded. 

1920 Willan, R. J. 



I'lIILIl'SOX SC'HOLARSUII'.S. 

The late Sir George Hare Philipson, Kt.. who was 
President of the College from 1892 to 1918, bequeathed 
the sum of ^2,000 to found two scholarships in 
Medicine. This sum, less legacy duty, has been 
invested. 

The scholarships will be awarded, on the recommend- 
ation of the Examiners, to the undergraduates who 
shall obtain the highest marks at the final examinations 
in March and June respectively. The scholarships will 
only be awarded if in the Examiners' opinion the marks 
are of a sufficiently high standard. The successful 
candidates will be designated " The Philipson Scholars 
of the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine." 

1919, IMarch] Bell, D. G. P. 1919, [June] Whyte, .A. H. 



II 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 315 

GIBSON pkizp:. 

Under the will of the late Charles Ciibsoii, M.D., the 
College has come into the possession of the sum of 
jQ22^, to be employed in founding an annual prize in 
the subject oi Midwifery and Diseases of Women and 
Children. 

Regulation. 

The prize is open to studenls who have attended not more than 
one course of lectures en Midwifery and Gynjecoloary, but no 
student sii.'iU be eletfibie after the completion of his curiiculuin. 

Gibson Prizemen. 



1906 


Pybus, V. C. 


i0'3 


P'airclougfh, H 


1907 


Levinson, H. M. 


1914 


Xattrass', F. J. 


1908 


Saint, C. F. M. 


i9'5 


Stott, W. 


1909 


Braithwaite, E. C. 


1916 


Evers, H. 


igio 


Littlewood, S. 


1917 


Henegan, D. 


igii 


Barclay, J. H. 


1918 


Xot awarded. 


(912 


Dodd,'H. G. 


1919 


Whyte, A. H. 



TL'RNBULL PRIZE. 

The fellow students and friends ot the late William 
Turnbull, M.B. , B.S., Demonstrator of Anatomy in the 
College from 1895 ^^^ 'Q^S- to show their appreciation 
of his ability as a teacher and to perpetuate his memory, 
contributed a sum of money by means of which a 
memorial tablet has been placed in the College and a 
Prize and Medal, to be termed the "Turnbull Prize," 
will be awarded annually. 

The Prize and Medal will be given for " Surface 
Anatomy " and will be - open for competition by 
Students at the end of their second Winter Session. 

riiriibiil/ PrizeiucH. 

1907 Bainbridg'e, Isaac. 1914 Erdberg-, M. J. 

1908 Not awarded. 1915 Wardill, \V. E. M. 

1909 Storey, T. C. ^ | Brydson, J. M. 

1910 Woodman, G. S. \ Hurrell, G. 

191 1 Nattrass, F.J. 1917 Woodman, \. 

1912 Herbertson, W. 1918 Not awarded. 
I y. \ Ruine, A. E. 1919 Not awarded. 



3l6 SCHOLAf^SHlPS. 

GOVDER MEiMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. 

Tlie interest of the sum of /,"325, contributed by friends 
of the late Charles Mclvor Goyder, Surgeon, as a 
fnemorial, whereby his mehiory may be perpetuated, 
and Medical Students incited to emulate his meritorious 
example, will be awarded annually to the Student who 
shall most distinguish himself in Clinical Medicine and 
Clinical Surgery at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, under the following Regulations, 
viz. : — 

1. That the Scholarship be aUached to the RoN'al Victoria 
Infirmary, Xewcaslle-upon-Tyne, and be termed tlie Goyder 
Memorial Scholarship. 

2. That the Subjects of" Examination be Clinical ^ledicine and 
Clinical Suri!;'er\'. 

3. That the Scholarship be open for compel ition lo Students 
during their fourth and fifth years only of medical stud}' ; that the 
Scholarship shall not be taken twice by the same Student ; and 
that no Student be elig-ible for examination unless he be a Full 
Student, both at the CoUeg-e of Medicine and at the Royal 
Victoria Infirmary, N'ewcastle-upon-Tyne. 

4. That the Examination for the Scholarship be in the hands of 
the Honorary Staff of the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Xewcastle- 
upon-Tyne, and that the Honorary Staff shall have power, if the 
Candidates do not show sufficient merit, to withhold the Scholar- 
ship. In the following- year the Scholarship not awarded shall be 
competed for, in addition to the Scholarship of that year, but both 
shall not be held by the same individiial. - 

5. That, with the permission of the .Authorities of the College of 
Med'cine, the Goyder Memorial -Scholarship be presented at the 
annual distribufion of the College Scholarships and Prizes. 

Goyder Scholars. 

1906 Faircloug^h, W. 1914 ^-Russell, W. K. 

1907 Levinson, H. M. 1915 ' Keay, C. H. 

1908 Saint. C. F. M. 1916 Not aw^arded. 

1909 Braithwaite, E. C. / Anderson, P. V. 

1910 Daintv, J. E. '^'^I Dunlop, E. C. 

1911 Bendle, W. G. „/ Bell, D. G. P. 

1912 Storey, T. C. '9'^^ Jaques, \V. A. 

1913 Arkle, J. S. 1919 Forrest, W. D. 



COLLKGE OF MKDICINE. 317 

OUTTERSON WOOD I'RIZE. 

Dr. T. Oulterson Wood, formerly a lecturer in 
psychological medicine in the college, presented, in the 
year 191 3, the sum of ^250 to found a prize in 
psychological medicine. 

The interest of this sum is awarded at the end of the 
Easter Term to the frill student who obtains the highest 
marks in the class examination on psychological 
medicine. 

Prizemen. 

1914 Keay, C. H. 1917 Hewitson, W. A. 

igrs Evers, H. igi8 • Whyte, A. H. 

1916 Dunlop, E. C. 1919 Woodman, A. 



3l8 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

AUMSTROXCi COLLKCiK. 

PART I. 

SCHOLARSHIPS, EXHIBITIONS, BURSARIES, 

AWARDED ON ENTRANCE. 



The Cochrane Scholarships. 

A sum of ;^3,000 has been presented to Armstrong College 
by the former Directors and Shareholders of Messrs. Cochrane 
and Co., Ltd., for the purpose, in the first instance, of founding 
two Scholarships. Candidates eligible for the Scholarshijis 
shall be either (a) foremen or workmen (including women) 
employed by the firm of Messrs. Cochrane and Co., Ltd., at 
their Ormesby Ironworks, Middlesbrough ; Stanghow Iron- 
stone Mines, Guisborough ; and New Rrancepeth Colliery, 
Durham, on March 31st, 1918, including those who at that 
time were on Naval, Mililary or National Service, or (/;) their 
children. The Scholarships shall be awarded in alternate 
years to candidates (1) from Ormesby and Stanghow, and (2) 
from New Brancepeth Colliery, and shall be each tenable for 
three years, subject to satisfactory attendance, conduct and 
progress. The successful candidate will be required in each 
case to enter College at the beginning of the next session after 
his appointment, and to read for a Degree or Diploma in any 
Faculty in which such Degree or Diploma is granted. In 
the case of candidates from Ormesby and Stanghow the Scholar- 
ship shall be of the annual value of ;^60 ; in the case of 
candidates from New Brancepeth Colhery of ^45. Intending 
candidates will be required to send in their names to the 
Registrar, Armstrong College, not later than May 3\st of each 
year, enclosing a statement of their qualifications, together 
with such credentials and testimonials as they may 1hij-.k 
necessary, or as may be required by the Council. The 
Scholarships will be awarded on the results of {a) the School 
Certificate Examination, or (b) the Higher Certificate Exam- 
ination of the University of Durham, or (c) such other test 
as the Council of Armstrong College may from time to time 
ordain. If in any given year there shall be no candidate of 
sufficient merit the Scholarship shall' not be awarded, and 
the income shall be devoted either towards the augmentation 
of the existing Scholarships, the provision of a second 
Scholarship, or in such other manner as Council may determine. 
\\Tien in course of time there are no longer any candidates 
eligible for these Scholarships the capital sum shall be at the 
disposal of the College for the encouragement, under such 
conditions as Council may from time to time decide, of study 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 3I9 

au(.l research in the Faculty of Science, with special reference 
to the mining of coal or ironstone, the manufacture of iron, 
or ironfounding. 

Cochrafie Scholar, 
1919 Spittle, K. E. 

The Elswick Institute Scholarship. 

Three Scholarships, each of the value of ;^55 per annum, 
tenable at the College, are offered by the Committee of the 
Institute. In 1920 the Scholarships will be awarded, provided 
there are candidates of sufficient merit, on the results of the 
Matriculation Examination in September in the following 
subjects : English ; English History and Geography ; one 
of the four languages, Latin, Greek, French, German ; eithev 
Experimental Science and Mechanics ay any two of the following. 
Chemistry. Physics. Mechanics. 

Entries must be lodged with the Registrar bv 14th August, 
1920. 

The conditions of award in years subsequent to 1920 are 
imder consideration. 



Entrance Exhibitions. 

(a) In Arts. 

There will be two Exhibitions in Arts, each of the value 
of /15 per annum. 

Candidates must have passed the Matriculation Examination 
or a recognised equivalent. 

Exhibitions will be awarded on the results of an examination 
to be held at the beginning of the Michaelmas Term, in four 
out of the following subjects, of which two must be languages 
other than English ; — Latin, Greek. Ancient History, English 
Literature, Modern History, French, German. 

Entries, specifying the four subjects offered, must be lodged 
with the Registrar by 1st September in each year. 

Exhibitioners may continue to hold their Exhibitions for 
three years, on the recommendation of the Board of Professors. 

Two Fourth Yeat Exhibitions of /15 will be offered, for 
which all students in Arts will be eligible : they will be awarded 
on the joint recommendation of the Heads of Departments 
in Arts. 

(b) In Pure Science. 

There will be three Exhibitions in Pure Science, each of 
the value of /15 per annum. 



320 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

("anditlates must have passed the Matriculation lixamin.itum 
or a recognised equivalent. 

F.xliibitions will be awarded on the results of an examination 
to be held in June, to candidates who do best in one of the 
follo\\ing groups of subjects : — (n) Mathemiitical (Pure and 
Ajiplied Mathematics), {b) Physical (Physics and Chemistry), 
(c) Biological (Botany, and Zoology or Geology). 

Entries, specifying the group offered, must be lodged with 
the Registrar by 30th April in each year. 

The tenure of an Exhibition for a second or a third year 
■will depend upon the recommendation of the Board of 
Professors. 

(r) In Applied Science. 
There will be two Exhibition-; in Xnulicd 'Si-i(>niv.-. f.-n-h nf 
the value of ;^15 per annum. 

Thev will be awarded on the results tA a spi-cial i-xanunaiKm 
to be held in September of each year. 

One E.xhibition will be aw-arded to a student in Engineering 
or Naval Architecture, on the results of an examination of a 
higher standard than that of the Matriculation Examination 
in three out of the following subjects : — Pure Matheniatics, 
Applied Mathematics, Physics. Mechanical I^rawing. 

The other Exhibition will be awarded to a student in 
Agriculture, . Mining or Metallurgy, on the results of an 
examination of a higher standard than that of the Matriculation 
Examination, in three out of the following subjects : — Pure 
Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, 
Geology, Botany, Zoology. 

.Although a candidate may sit the special examination 
before he is qualified to matriculate no student other than a 
matriculated S'tuderit may hold' an ExhilDition. ' 

It in one of the two groups no candidate reaches a sufficiently 
high standard to justify ai 'reward within that group, the 
examiners shall have power to recommend either that the 
Exhibition be not awarded at all, or that it be transferred for 
the session in question to the other group and awarded to the 
second candidate in that group. 

Entries specifying the subjects offered and the course of 
study proposed must be lodged with the Registrar by 1st 
September in each year. 

The tenure of an Exhibition for a second or a third year 
mil depend upon the recommendation of the Board of 
Professors. •'"" •"='''' ' 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 32I 

The Earl GreV ^Iemoriai. Scholarships. 

! -..0 Scholarships have been established on the Earl Grey 
RIeuiorial Fovindation. They are each of the vahie of £bO 
per annnm. and are tenable for three years. Under the tern:\s 
of the Memorial they are open to all candidates who propose 
to read for either a Degree or. Diploma in the Faculty of Science 
or Commerce. Intending candidates are requested to appU' 
to the Registrar of the College, not latrr than May 3\st of each 
year and to enclose with their applications statements of their 
qualifications, together with such credentials and testiiiionials 
as they may think necessary. If the College so ordain, they 
may be required either to submit themselves to an oral or a 
written examination. If in any given 5^ear there shall be 
no candidates of sufficient merit, the Scholarships for that vear 
shall 'not be awarded, and the income shall be added to the 
capital sum for the augmentation of the Scholarships in future. 



Lloyd's Register Scholarships in Marine 
Engineering. 

Three Entrance Scholarships, each of the value of £lOO per 
annum, and tenable for three 3-ears, have been offered to the 
College by the Committee of Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 
One Scholarship is open to competition annuallv to male 
candidates -who are British subjects, and whose age does not 
exceed 23 years on the Ist of October immediately following 
the examination (for the year 1920 the limit of age will be 
24 years). Candidates must produce evidence that they 
have served three years' apprenticeship in a mercantile marine 
engineering works. Candidates will be required to undergo 
an examination which must include the following subjects : — 

(a) F,r.giish Literatun- and Composition. 

(b) French ot Spanish, or other approved Foreign Language 

at the option of the candidate. 

(c) Mathematics. — Algel^ra, including Quadratics and 

Binomial Theorem ; Elementary Trigonometry ; and 
Additional Mathematics, viz.. Arithmetic with practical 
application ; Cieometry of the Triangle, Parallelogram, 
Circle, and similar figures, including the substance of 
Euclid Books I-IV and VI, with deductions, and use 
of logarithmic tables. 

(d) Mechanics, including elements of .Statics, Dynamics and 

Hydrostatics, and principles of Applied Mechanics. 

(< ) Practical Marine Engineering. 



^22 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

Preference will be given to candidates who have a sound 
knowledge of English and the selected language. Candidates 
will be required to appear before a Board, who will determine 
the relative fitness of the candidates to hold the Scholarship. 
This Board will consist of the Principal of Armstrong College, 
the Professor of Marine Engineering, the Professor of Naval 
Architecture, a nominee of the Faculty concerned, and a 
nominee of Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 

The award of the Scholarships will be based on the results 
of the written examination and on the report of the inter\newing 
Board n-amed above. The Scholarships are confined to students 
who propose to enter on the first year of their course at the 
University. The Scholar must read for the degree of Bachelor 
of Science, specialising in Marine Engineering; and must devote 
his whole time to the pursuit of his studies during the University 
session. The continuation of the Scholarship wall depend on 
satisfactory progress being made in the course of studies 
pursued, as determined by the Sessional Examination, and 
on the report of the Professor concerned. The Scholarship 
will be continued during the pleasure of the Committee of 
Lloyd's Register, and the conditions may be altered from time 
to time at the discretion of the Committee. Candidates must 
send in their names to the Registrar of the College not later 
than September \st in each year. 



Lloyd's Register Scholarships in Naval 
Architecture. 
Three Entrance Scholarships, each of the value of ;^100 
per annum and tenable for three years, have been offered 
to the College by the Committee of Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 
One Scholarship is open to competition annually to male 
candidates who are British subjects, and v/hose age does not 
exceed 23 years on the 1st of October immediately following 
the examination (for the year 1920 the limit of age will be 
24 years). Candidates must produce evidence that they have 
served three years' apprenticeship in a Mercantile Shipyard. 
Candidates will be required to undergo an examination which 
must include the following subjects : — 

(a) English Literature and Composition. 

(6) French or Spanish, or other approved foreign language 
at the option of the Candidate. 

(c) Mathematics — Algebra, includipg Quadratics and 
Binomial Theorenri ; Elementary Trigonometry ; and 
additional Mathematics, viz.. Arithmetic with practical 
application ; Geometry of the Triangle, Parallelogram, 
Circle and similar figures, including the substance 
of Euclid Books I-IV, and VL with deductions ; and 
use of logarithmic tables. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 323 

(d) Mechanics, including elements of Statics, Dynamics, 

and Hydrostatics, and principles of Applied Mechanics. 

(e) Practical Shipbuilding. 

Preference \\all be given to candidates who have a sound 
knowledge of English and the selected language. Candidates 
will be required to appear before a Board, who will determine 
the relative fitness of the candidates to hold the Scholarship. 
This Board will consist of the Principal of Armstrong College, 
the Professor of Naval Architecture, the Professor of Marina 
Engineering, a nominee of the Faculty concerned, and a 
nominee of Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 

The award of the Scholarships will be based on the results 
of the written examination, and on the report of the inter- 
viewing Board named above. The Scholarships are confined 
to students who propose to enter on the first year of their 
course at the University. The Scholar must read for the 
degree of Bachelor of Science, specialising in Naval Architecture ; 
and must devote his whole time to the pursuit of his studies 
during the University session. The continuation of the 
Scholarship will depend on satisfactory progress being made 
in the course of studies pursued, as determined by the Sessional 
Examination, and on the report of the Professor concerned. 
The Scholarship will be continued during the pleasure of the 
Committee of Lloyd's Register, and the conditions may be 
altered from time to time at the discretion of the Committee. 
Candidates must send in their names to the Registrar of th-e 
College not later than September Ist in each year. 



The William Black Noble Memorial Fund. 

This fund will be used in the first instance for the purpose 
of providing Scholarships for day students reading for tlie 
deeree of B.Com. (The term student shall not be taken as 
excluding those who have taken a degree in some other 
Faculty in this or any other University). If no award be 
made or, if for any other cause, no payment be made in any 
year, the amount shall be used for the purposes of research 
at home or abroad ; and, if the fimd should cease to be 
required for Scholarships or for research within the Faculty 
of Commerce, it shall be used to help individual students of 
the College in such ways as the Council may determine. Each 
Scholarship shall be of the value of ;^50 per annum tenable 
for three years, subject to satisfactory reports on conduct 
and proficienc^^ The Scholarship will be awarded on the 
results of a special examination held annually in June, but, 
if there be no candidate of sufficient merit, it will not be awarded. 
Candidates shall sit for examination in : — 



324 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

(a) General Knowledge. 

(b) A Modern Language, i.e. French, German, Spanish 

or Russian. 

(( ) Mathematics. 

(d) A Science. 

(<■) One of the foUowinc; : — 

English. , 

A Motlern Language not taken under (h). 

History. 

Geography. 

.Successful candidates for the Scholarship must have passed 
the Matriculation Examination or a recognised equivalent 
before coming into residence. Candidates shall notify the 
Registrar of Armstrong College of their intention to compete 
not later than March 3 Is/, preceding the examination, stating 
in their application what subjects they intend to ofier. The 
Board of Examiners shall consist of the Professor of Economics 
and the Heads of all Departments teaching subjects offered 
atany given examination. A viva v.oce examination of the 
candidates' work shall be conducted by the Professor of 
Economics and two other of the Examiners. 



North-East Co.\st Institution of Engineers .^nd 
Shipbtilders Scholarship. 

■Jenable for two years, and of the annual value of ;^50. 
Full particulars may be obtained on application to the 
Secretary of the Institution. Bolbec Hall. Newcastle. 



The Surveyors' Institution Scholarships. 

. Two Schoiarship.s of the annual value of. ;£Q0 each, and two 
of, the annual value of ;(^50 each, tenable for three years, 
awarded on the results of a Competitive E.xamination conducted 
by the Oxford, r and Cambridge Joint Examination Board, 
ajid tenable by studen,ts reading for an Honours Degree bearing 
on the training and pra^ctice of a Surveyor, in any University 
or affiliated College approved by the Institution. Full 
particulars m^y be obtaijied on application to the Secretary, 
12, Cireat George Street, Westminster. 

w.. . -, r- , .. ^. . ,. 

Surveyors' Institution Scholars. 
1906 Holzapfel, J. \V. iqog Thompson, L. .\ 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 325 

Other Scholarships, Etc. 

In addition to the above Scholarships, Exhibitions or 
Bursaries of various kinds are awarded by the County Councils 
of Cumberland. Durham. Northumberland and Westmoreland, 
and by the Corporations of Gateshead and Newcastle-upon- 
Tvne. Particulars should be obtained from : — 

Cumberland- — The Director of Education, The Courts, 
Carlisle. 

Durham — The Director of Education, Shire Hall, Durham. 

Northumberland — The Director of Education. Moot Hall, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

Westmoreland — The Director of Education, Kendal. 

Gateshead — The Secretary. Education Committee. Prince 
Consort Road. Gateshead. 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne — The Director of Education, Education 
Offices, Northumberland Road. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 



PART n. 
SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED DURING COURSES OF 
STUDY FOR A FIRST DEGREE. 

The Alder Schol.^rship. 

The Alder Scholarship is of the annual value of £'13 10s., 
and is tenable for one year. It is awarded to that member 
of the Zoology Class, of not less than three terms' standing, 
who passes the best examination in Zoology. It is held on 
condition of the holder pursuing the study of some special 
branch of Zoology while attending Lectures at the College, 
to the satisfaction of the Professor of Zoology. In the event 
of there being no candidate of sufficient merit the following 
year, it may, at the discretion of the Council, be awarded to 
the former Scholar for a second vear. 





A Idev 


Scltolar^^. 






1907 


Polls, 1. 


,0, J 


Arkless, E. 




igoS 


1 Burrell, T. R. 


1 q 1 4 1 


Beetham, M. K 




1 Herhertson, W. 


,n,-' 


Baiiibridg'e, H. 


W. 


igoq 


Gibson, I. 


' 9 '-■> 1 


Meek, K. M. 




1910 


Roper, R. E. 


1916 


Not awarded. 




igi 1 


Wallace, T. 


iqi7 


Sherei. C. .M. 




IQ12 


Ord. G. 


iqrS 


Taylor, P. T. 




! Q I _^ 


Jorgfenseii, C). M. 


iQig 
iq20 


Feryusoii, K. 
Seeker, J. 





•21 



326 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

John Christie Scholarships. 

These are tenable only in the Department of Fine Art. 

A Scholarship of the value of ;^30, less fees, tenable for three 
years, will be awarded when a vacancy occurs. Part of the 
examination will be held early in July, and will consist of 
drawing from life. The remaining part of the examination 
will follow- on the reopening of the Department in the Autumn. 

A Scholarship of £b, with free admission to full time study, 
is offered annually, and is tenable for three years. The 
competition will consist of Life Drawing and Decorative 
Design. Each candidate must do both exercises. 

A similar Scholarship for two years, or for one year, may 
also be offered. 

One, or more. Scholarships, tenable for three years and 
admitting to full time day study, without fees, may be offered 
under the same conditions of examination as for the Scholarship 

of ;^5. 

Five Evening Scholarships are offered annually. The 
competition will be in Drawing from the Antique and in 
Decorative Design. All candidates must take both exercises. 

All competitions commence on the first Monday in July. 

All candidates at the time of competing must not be more 
than 21 years of age. 

Scholars are required to enter upon a course of study which 
must be clearly defined and not departed from, and students 
must be entirely regular and punctual in attendance. 

Entries for all the above must be lodged with the Professor 
of Fine Art not later than 31st May in each year. 



Nathaniel Clark Scholarship. 

This Scholarship, of the value of ;^15 for one year, will be 
awarded on the results of the Intermediate Examination 
for the degree of B.Sc. (in Agriculture). The scholar will 
be required to attend the full course of instruction in Agriculture 
and such other courses as the Professor of Agriculture shall 
decide, so as to qualify for the Final Examination for the 
degree of B.Sc. If there be no candidate to qualify under 
the foregoing regulations, the Scholarship may be awarded 
to the student who oVjtains special distinction in Chemistry. 
and Geology or Biology at the Intermediate B.Sc. Examination. 
The successful candidate, if already an Exhibitioner, may 
retain his Exhibition. Candidates must send in their names 
before 30th April in each year. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 327 

Nathaniel Clark Scholars. 



1907 


Potts, J. 


1914 


Reid, W. 


1 90S 


Tilley, H. B. 


1915 


Lynn, J. C. 


1909 


Smith, E. J. 


1916 


Not awarded. 


1910 


Skilt, R. C. 


1917 


Melrose, W. K. 


I91I 


Scott, T. 


1918 


McManus, W. J 


1912 


Fanlder. J. H. 


1919 


Bailey, F. J. 


>9'3 


Procter, J. 


1920 


Craig, N. 



Ch.'^rles Mather Scholarship. 
Of the value of £^Q>, and tenable for one year. 

Candidates must have passed the Intermediate Examination 
for the degree of B.Sc, and must not have kept more than 
three terms since completing that examination. 

The Scholarship is awarded on the results of the Second 
Examination for the degree of B.Sc. in Applied Science. 

The scholar will be required to attend classes or Laboratory 
work at the College to the satisfaction of the Professors for 
not less than twenty hours per week during term for such 
time as he shall continue to hold the Scholarship. 

The scholar will be allowed to attend the classes and 
Laboratories without payment of fees, but will be required 
to pay for material he maj^ use or apparatus he may injure 
in the Laboratories. 

Entries must be lodged with the Registrar by 30th April 
in each year. 

Charles Mather Scholars. 

f Jameson, H. 1916 Henzell, A. W. 

^ ' \^Luddington, N. J. 1917 Somerville, T. B. 

1908 Edgar, S. G. 1918 Harie, J. A. 

1910 Halliday, M. f Arthur, J. C. 

1912 Quin, B. G. ^9^9 y Xelfer, E. V. 

1913 Garrard, R. B. ^ / Dannatt, C. 

19 14 Hodgson, G. P. "" ( Taylor, J. L. 

1915 Proctor, R. F. 

The George May Scholarship. 

A Scholarship of the value of about ;^20 per annum has been 
left by the late Mr. George May. 

This Scholarship will be awarded on the results of the 
Second Examination for the degree of B.Sc. in Mining. 

The Scholar will be required to spend three months during 
the summer vacation immediately following the award, in 
practical work in a mine to be approved by the Head of the 
Department. 



328 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

Entries iiuist be lodged with the Kegistrar l)y 30tli April 
in each year. 

'J'he George May Scholars. 
( Lawrence, E. T. 
'^-°l Waters, J. F. 

I hi; Junior Pemberton Schol.\rship. 
There are two Junior Pemberton Scholarsliips. each of 
the value of £30 or under as the funds permit, and tenable 
for one year. The Scholarships are awarded on the result 
of the Intermediate Examinations for the degree' of B.Sc, 
and of the two Scholarships one is awarded for Pure Science 
and one for Applied Science. The Scholarships are not 
tenable with an Open Exhibition or other Scholarship in the 
College. 

The scholars will be required to attend regularly to the 
satisfaction of the Professors the classes provided for Second 
Year Students. Two-thirds of the class fees will be remitted 
to the scholars. 

Entries must be lodged with the Registrar by 30th April 
in each year. 

JsDiior Pcmherlon Scholars. 

(Edgar, S. G. ( ralterson, J. 

1Q07 - McKenzie, 1). I (Pure Science). 

(Walton, J. H. ^9n\ RiJeau, H. 

1908 Burton, i\. C. I (.Applied Science). 

1909 Lawson, K. W. ;' Clark, E. B. 

( Blatchford, A. S. „ | (Pure Science). 

"^'° \Bremner, A. '^'^j Medley, N. 

191 1 Champness, E. L. I (Applied Science). 

191 2 Wood, G. S. 1' Anderson, W. 

1913 McOuillen, W. T. | (Pme Science) 

1914 Wood, J. V. "^"^"1 Hatie, R 



(Pure .Science). 



Johnstone, IVL H. 1^ (.Applied Science). 

J (Pure Science). f Inksler, 1. J. 

'9'-'^j Dawson, P. | (Pure.Scii 

[ (Applied Science). '9^°i Willis, R. L. 

/■ \\'ilson, A. D. V (Applied .Science). 

, I (Pure Science). 

1916- c • , I 14 
^ I Sanit, J. H. 

I ^Applied .Science). 



liiE Senior Pemberton Scholarship. 

This Scholarship is tenable for one year, in Pure Science, 
and is of the value of £A0, or under, as the funds permit. 
Tuition and Laboratory fees will be remitted to the scholar, 
but he will be required to pay for material he may use or 
apparatus he may injure. 



II 



ARMSTROXG COLLEGE. 32g 

The Scholarship will be awarded on the I'esults of a Special 
Examination, held at the end of the second year of University 
standing, in two out of the subjects prescribed for the Final 
Examination in Pure Science. 

Entries, specifying the two subjects offered, must be lodged 
with the Registrar by 30th April in each year. 

Senior Pemberton Scholars. 

/Bowden, E. 1915 Madgwick, E. 

'90/ \williams, G. T. 1916 Meek, E. M. 

igog Burton, R. C. 1917 Kenned}-, H. 

191 1 Cocks, F. C. 1918 Sedgwick, W. G. 

1913 Thompson, L. M. 1919 Clark, E. B. 

1914 Irving-, Ct. A. 1920 \\'estgarth, G. C. 



The Shipwrights' Company Scholarship. 
The Shipwrights' Company offer a Scholarship to the most 
deserving Day Student of the year who is taking the full course 
of study in Naval Architecture. 



The Thomas Hall Young Scholarship. 
This Scholarship is awarded on the results of the Intermediate 
Examinations for the degree of B.Sc. in Pure Science and for 
the degree of B.Sc. in Applied Science. It is of the annual 
value of ;^2C, besides remission of two-thirds of the class fees, 
and is tenable for three years. The Scholarship is not tenable 
with any Exhibition or other Scholarship in the College. 

Entries must be lodged with the Registrar by 30th April 
in each year. 

Thomas Hall Young Scholars. 

1909 Edg^ar, G. R. 1917 Not awarded. 

1910 Poultoii, J. H. 1918 Carrick, K. M. 
1913 Turnbull, D. JM. 1919 Knill, W. 

1915 Henzell, A. W. ^ j Davis, R. 

1916 Not awarded. - " i Foster, A. B. 

PART III. 

FELLOWSHIPS, STUDENTSHIPS. SCHOLARSHIPS, 

BURSARIES, AND EXHIBITIONS, TENABLE 

DURING POST-GRADUATE STUDY. 

The Cameron-Swan Weardale Lead Co., Ltd., Scholarship. 

The Weardale Lead Company, Limited, offer a Scholarship 
of the value of ;^60, tenable for one year. The Scholarship 
will be awarded annually to the student who, in the opinion 
of the Board of Examiners, stands highest in the whole of 
the three years' examinations for the degree of B.Sc. in Mining, 
or, failing a satisfactory candidate for the degree, it will be 



330 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

awarded to a canditlate taking the College Diploma in Mining 
who in the opinion of the Board of Examiners stands highest 
in the final examination. 

Entries must be 'odged with the Registrar by 30th April 
in each year. 

College Fellowship. 

This Fellowship is of the annual value of ;^125, and is tenable 
for two years, in exceptional circumstances for three years. 

Candidature is open to any graduate of the University of 
Durham who studied in Armstrong College during the final 
two years of his curriculum for the degree of Bachelor. The 
holder must engage in advanced study or research to the 
satisfaction of the Council, either in the College itself or in 
some other approved place. This Fellowship may not be 
held concurrently with any other Fellowship, Scholarship or 
like emolument, without leave of the Council, and the Fellow 
may not, without leave of the Council, engage in any 
remunerative employment during his tenure of the Fellowship. 

Notice of candidature in any year must be given to the 
Registrar by 30th .\pril. A candidate must specify his age, 
his degree, any honours or prizes he may have gained, the 
line of advanced study or research he proposes to pursue, 
and the place in which he desires to pursue it, and may furnish 
any such other information as to his qualifications as he may 
deem advisable. 

Appointment to the Fellowship is made in June or July 
by the Council of the College, on the recommendation of the 
Board of Professors. In making an award the Council will 
consider the candidate's place in examination lists, his general 
capacity and aims, and any original work he has already done. 
No Fellowship is awarded unless the Board of Professors 
recommends a candidate as a person suitable to carry out 
the intentions of the foundation. 

A Fellow is required to make a full report of his proceedings 
to the Board of Professors before 1st June in each year of his 
tenure of the Fellowship. 

If no Fellowship is awarded in any one year an additional 
Fellowship may be awarded in the following year. 

Felloivs. 

1907 Jaques, A. 1913 Long, S. H. 

1907 Lebour, M. V. '914 Quin, B. G. 

1908 Lane, B. J. M. 191*^ Thompson, L. M. 
1908 Wolff, S. 1916 Killip, E. H. 

/ Carr, E. 1917 Jorgensen, O. M. 

9°9 (^ Hodgson, B. 1918 Not awarded, 

j O'Connor, E. 1919 Not awarded. 
"^'°( Smith, S. /Madgwick, E. 

191 1 Jeffreys, H. " (^Latham, E. K. 

1912 Quin, G. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 33I 

College Research Studentships. 

Two Research Studentships are offered for competition 
annually in June. 

They are each of the value of £b2 10s., and are tenable for 
one year. 

Candidature is open to any graduate of the University of 
Durham who studied in Armstrong College during the final 
two. years of his curriculum for the degree of Bachelor. The 
holders must engage in advanced study or research in the 
College itself, to the satisfaction of the Council. A Studentship 
may not be held concurrently with any other Fellowship, 
Scholarship or like emolument without leave of the Council, 
and the Students may not, without leave -of the Council, 
engage in any remunerative employment during their tenure 
of the Studentships. 

Notice of candidature in any year must be given to the 
Registrar by 30th April. .\ candidate must specify his age, 
his degree, any honours or prizes he may have gained, and 
the line of advanced study or jesearch he proposes to pursue, 
and may furnish any such other information as to his 
qualifications as he may deem advisable. 

Appointment to the Studentships is made in June or July 
by the Council of the College, on the recommendation of the 
Board of Professors. In making an award the Council will 
consider the candidate's place in examination lists, his general 
capacity and aims, and any original work he has alread}- done. 
No Studentship is awarded unless the Board of Professors 
recommends a candidate as a person suitable to carry out 
the intentions of the foundation. 

A Student is required to make a full report of his proceedings 
to the Board of Professors before 1st June in the year of his 
tenure of the Studentship. 

If no Studentship, or only one Studentship, is awarded in 
any one year, one or more additional Studentships may be 
offered in the following year. 

Research Students. 

( Quin, G. ^ , / Brydou, S. 

'9"|§mith, H. '9i5|Schofield, C. B. 

f Longf, S. H. igi6 Jorg-ensen, O. M. 

'9'^\ Roper, R. E. 1917 Robinson, H. G. 

f Ouin, R. G. o ( Bain, A. D. N. 

'9'3 ^^ Robson, J. H. - ^'^^^ \ Sen-Gupta, N. N. 

( Featherstone, H. L. ( Dorey, S. F. 

'9H j Thompson, L. M. '^'"^X Patterson, J. 

1920 Not awarded. 



332 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

Daguish Fbllowship. 

This Fellowship is of the value of about ;^120 per annum, is 
tenable for one year, anrl renewable for a second year under 
exceptional circumstances. 

Its object is to enable the holder to spend a period ot at 
least ten calendar months in travelling, chiefly in foreign 
mining districts, so as to enable him to enlarge his technical 
experience. 

It is awarded to a Mining student, of not less than 20 years 
of age, who need not necessarih' be a student of this College. 

Full information may be obtained from the Secretary, North 
of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, 
Neville Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to whom apjilications 
must be sent by 1st December of each year. 

The Election to the Fellowship will be made in January. 

Doglis/i Fellows. 



igo8 


Aiiiiett, H. C. 




1914 


Dean, S. 


igoq 


Hudspeth, H. 


M. 


>9'5 


Dean, S. 


iqio 


Gullachsen, B, 


. C. 


19.6 


Not awarded. 


iqii 


Not awarded. 




1917 


Not awarded. 


iqi2 


Not awarded. 




1918 


Not awarded. 


>0M 


Ford, L. D. 




1919 


Not awai-ded 



The Ebbw Vale Mining Exhibitions. 

The Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Company, Limited, 
offer to Mining students of the College three Exhibitions each 
of the value of ^60 per annum, tenable for three years at the 
collieries or mines of the Ebbw Vale Co. The Exhibitions 
will be awarded to students passing the final examination 
entitling them to the degree of B.Sc. in Mining, or, failing a 
satisfactory candidate among these, may be awarded to students 
passing the final examination entitling them to the College 
Diploma in Mining, upon the results of a viva voce examination 
by a Board consisting of the Principal, the External Examiner 
in Mining, the Internal Examiner in Mining and a representative 
appointed by the Donors. Candidates must send in their 
names to the Registrar of the College' on or before Apri 30th 
in each year. 



1851 Exhibition Science Research Scholarships. 

The Royal Commissioners for the above may allot one or 
more Scholarships to Armstrong College annually. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 333 

The Scholarships are intended, not to facilitate attendance 
on ordinary Collegiate studies, but to enable students who have 
passed through a College curriculum, and have given distinct 
evidence of capacitv for original research, to continue the 
prosecution of Science with a view to aiding its advance or 
its application to the industries of the country. 

The Scholarhips are of /200 a year, and are ordinarily 
tenable for two vears, the continuation for the second year 
being dependent an the work done • in the first year being 
satisfactory to the Scholarships Committee. 

A limited number of the Scholarships are renewed for a third 
year where it appears that the renewal is likely to result in 
work of scientific importance. 

Candidates are recommended by the governing bodies of 
the Universities and Colleges to which Scholarships are allotted 
and the recommendations are considered and decided upon 
by the Scholarships Committee. 

The candidate must be a British subject. 

The candidate must have been a bona fide student of Science 
in a University or College in which special attention is given 
to scientific study, for a term of three years. 

The candidate shall be eligible for a Scholarship provided 
(1) that he has spent the last full academic year immediately 
prior to the time of nomination as a student in any facultv 
or scientific department of that institution by which he is 
nominated, or (2) that he has been a student of such institution 
for a full academic year ending within twelve months prior 
to the time of nomination and since ceasing to be such student 
has been engaged solely in- scientific study. 

The word " student " in the preceding regulation must be 
understood as comprehending one engaged in undergraduate 
or post graduate work. 

The candidate must indicate high promise of capacity for 
advancing Science or its applications by original research. 
Evideiice of this capacity is strictly required, this being the 
main qualification for a Scholarship. The most suitable 
evidence is a satisfactory account of research already performed 
and the Commissioners will decline to confirm the nomination 
of a candidate unless such an account is furnished, or there 
is other equally distinct evidence that he possesses the required 
qualification. 

A candidate whose age exceeds 30 will only be accepted 
under very special circumstances. 



334 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

• 
A Scholarship may be held at any University in England 
or abroad, or in some other institution to be approved of by 
the Commissioners. Every scholar is, in the absence of special 
circumstances, required to proceed to an institution other 
than that by which he is nominated. 

The principal work of a scholar must be a research in some 
branch of Science, the extension of which is important to the 
national industries. 

Scholars are required to devote themselves wholly to the 
objects of the Scholarships, and are forbidden to hold any 
position of emolument. 

Scholars are required to furnish reports of their work at 
the end of each year of the tenure of their Scholarships. .At 
the expiration of each Scholarship the reports of the scholar 
are referred to an eminent authority on the subject treated 
of, who furnishes an opinion thereon to the Commissioners. 

The Scholarship stipend is payable half-yearly in advance, 
but ;^25 is reserved from the fourth pa\'mcnt until the scholar 
has made a satisfactory final report. 

[If and when a Scholarship is allotted to Armstrong College 
a notice will be put on the notice boards.] 



C. 





Roynl 


E.^ 


hihitinii 


Scholars. 


'905 


Smith, S. P. 






191 I Burton, R. 


iq05 


Lebour, M. \'. 






1912 Smith, H. 


1906 


Wood, G. C. 






1913 Robsoii, S. 


1908 


Trobridg;e, F. 


G. 




1914 Hawkes, L, 


igio 


Bowden, E. 






1920 Stewart, J. 


1910 


Foist er, k. 









1851 Exhibition Industri.\l Resh.\rch Bursaries. 

The Royal Commmissioners for the above may allot one or 
more Bursaries to Armstrong College annually. 

The Scheme of Industrial Bursaries is designed for th® 
assistance of young men who, after a course of training in a 
University or approved Technical College, desire to take up 
Engineering, Chemical, or other industrial work. 

These Bursaries are intended, not to facilitate the continuance 
of Collegiate studies by means of post graduate work, but 
to enable suitable applicants to tide over the period between 
their leaving College and obtaining remunerative employment 
in industry. 

The value of the Bursary will depend on the circumstances 
of the holder, but will as a rule not exceed ;^150 a year. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 335 

A Bursar will be elected in the first instance for one year, 
but the tenure of his Bursary will .ordinarily be prolonged a 
second year provided that the Commissioners are satisfied 
with the work done by the Bursar during his first year. 

In special circumstances a Bursary may be renewed for a 
third year. 

The appointments to the Bursaries will be made by the 
Commissioners from among candidates recommended by the 
authorities of certain selected Universities and Technical 
Schools. In the consideration of these recommendations 
great weight will be given to evidence that a candidate has 
the practical ability likely to lead to his advancement in 
industrial work : academic success alone is not a sufficient 
recommendation. 

The candidate must be a British subject under the age of 
25. 

The candidate must have been a bona fide student of Science 
for a term of three years. 

The candidate must further satisfy the Commissioners : 

(a) That he has obtained, or can, within one month of 
election, obtain, an industrial post to be approved 
by them. 

{b) That he is in need of pecuniary assistance to enable 
him to hold such a post. 

A Bursar may, if the Commissioners approve, spend part 
of the tenure of his Bursary in studying industrial process 
or processes in works either at home or abroad. 

No Bursar shall enter a firm as a premium pupil without 
the special consent of the Commissioners. 

A Bursar must submit to the Commissioners, on the 
expiration of each year of his Bursary, a satisfactory report 
of his work from his employers. 

[If and when a Bursary is allotted to Armstrong CoUege a 
notice will be put on the notice boards.] 

Royal Exhibition Bursars. 

1904 Smith, S. P. 1908 Jameson, H. 

1907 Trobridg-e, F. G. 1909 Bowden, E. 



The Earl Grey Memorial Fellowship. 

This Fellowship is of the value of ;^300. 

It is awarded annually, and is tenable for one year. Under 
exceptional circumstances a successful candidate may be 
re-elected for a second year, but for no further period. 



336 SCHOLARSHII'S. 

Candidates must be graduates of the I'niversity in Science 
or Commerce, who desire to pursue a further course of study 
or research either in England or abroad. 

The Fellowrship will 'be awarded on the result of such tests 
or under such conditions as the Council of the College may 
from time to time determine. The successful candidate will 
be required to submit for approval a scheme stating the kind 
of work in which he proposes to engage, and the place or places 
in 'which this is to be carried out. He will also be required 
to report from time to time as to the nature and progress of 
his work, and to submit, when requested to do so, a thesis 
on the subject selected, or such evidence of progress as the 
College may from time to time determine. 

If there be two candidates of equal merit, the College shall 
have power to divide the emoluments of the Fellowship between 
them ; but if in any year there be no candidate of sufficient 
merit, the Fellowship for that year shall not be awarded, and 
the income shall be added to the capital sum for the augmen- 
tation of the Fellowship in future. 

Entries must be lodged with the Registrar by 315/ Mav 
in each year. 

Fel/o7vs. 
1919 Sen-Giipta, \. N. 1920 N'ot awarded. 

Johnston Chemical Scholarship and Prize. 

This Scholarship of the value of ;^100 and tenable for one 
year, together with a prize in books of the value of £5. was 
founded by the Trustees of the late Professor Johnston, M.A., 
F.R.S. (L. and E.) to promote advanced study and research 
in Chemistry. 

The competition will be restricted to Bachelors in Science 
of any British University, of not more than three years' 
standing from the date of graduation. 

Candidates will be required to submit evidence of their 
previous training and of their ability to conduct an original 
Chemical investigation. 

The Scholarship will be awarded ©n the results of an 
examination in Chemistry, with Crystallography or Mineralogy. 

The Scholarship will be held on the condition that the 
successful candidate shall attend Armstrong College for not 
less than twenty four hours per week throughout the session, 
and shall devote himself to some subject of Chemical enquiry 
approved by the Professor of Chemistry. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 337 

'Jhe examination will be held annually, about the commence- 
ment of each session. 



]uh n 


si 0)1 


Sclu 


iln rs. 




, f Osmund, C. W. 
1006 { , . 
Uaqiics, A. 






IQII 

iQ'3 


Robson, S. 
Yariow, G. E. 


,, /Tipladv, H. 






IQ14 


Not awarded. 






191.S 


Not awarded. 


1009 Vitty, T. P. S. 






1916- 


19 Not awardi 


igio Taylor. E. M. 











Mining Scholarship. 

A Scholarship of ^50, tenable for one year, may be awarded 
in June to the best student taking his B.Sc. Degree in Mining 
or 5letallurgy, to enable him to take a practical course in mines 
or works in this country or abroad, under conditions approved 
bv the donors, the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, 
London. 

Entries must be lodged with the Registrar by 30//; April 
in each year. 

Scholars, 
igoc; Johnson, T. . 1906 W'itldas, H. 



Thk PembertOxX Fellowshii'. 

The electors to the Pemberton Fellowship shall l:)e tlie 
Chancellor and Senate ; and the election shall take place in the 
Michaelmas Term immediately succeeding anj' vacanc}-. 

The Fellowship shall be awarded upon the results oC an 
examination in Physical Science to be held for that purpose ; the 
examiners being' appointed by the Chancellor and Senate. 

All graduates in Science of the University shall be eligible 
for the Fellowship, provided that they are not of more llian six 
years' standing from their first Degree in Science. 

No one shall be eligible unless he shall liave pi'oduced 
satisfactory testimonials of good character, and unless he be a 
bona fide member of tlie Church of England. 

The ainuial value of the Fellowship shall he ^^120; and it 
shall be tenable for a period of three years. 

The Pemberton Fellow shall be required to reside in Durham 
or Newcastle, and to take part in the teaching of the University, 
if he be requested to do so by the Chancellor ; such residence, 
however, may be dispensed with by the Chancellor, if bethink fit. 



338 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

The PeniberUiti Fellow .shall proceed to the Decree of M.Sc. 
as soon as he is of sufficient standinj? to do so. If he neg'lects 
thus to proceed for a period of one year, the Chancellor shall 
declare the Fellowship vacant, unless such neg'lect arise from a 
cause which in the judg-ment of the Chancellor shall be deemed 
satisfactory. 

The Fellowship may not be held in conjunction with any 
Scholarship or Exhibition. 

Pembei'ton Felloivs. 
1906 Robinson, J. 1912 Lawson. R. W. 

1909 Williams, G. T. 



The Sir William Stephenson Studentship. 
This Studentship has been founded by Miss Kate Stephenson 
in memory of her father, Sir William Stephenson, who was 
for many years a member of the College Council. 

It is of the value of 3^^125 per annum, and is tenable for one 
year ; under exceptional circumstances the successful candidate 
may be nominated for a second year, but for no longer period. 

Candidates must be graduates in the Faculty of Arts who 
intend to pursue a further course of study or research, either 
in England or abroad. They will be required to submit to 
the College a scheme of the study or research on which they 
propose to engage. At the close of the Epiphany Term they 
shall report on the progress of their work, and shall be required 
before the last payment of the Studentship is made to present 
the results of their work in the form of a thesis. 

The award shall be made by the Board of Professors on the 
recommendation of the Heads of Departments in the Faculty 
of Arts. 

Applications should be lodged with the RegLstrar by 30th 
April in each year. 

The Sir IViiliam Siep/tenson Students. 
1919 Thompson, E. M. 1920 Footitt, J. M. 

PART IV. 
MEDALS AND PRIZES. 
Medal for Distinction in Art. 
\ Silver Medal may be awarded each session, on the recom- 
mendation of the Examiners, to the most distinguished 
Student of the Art Department. 

Art Medallists. 

1907 White, R. E. t9i2 Pollard, J. C. 

1908 Not awarded. 1913 Laurence, .\. K. 

1909 Jackson, H. 1914 Pollock, J. C. 

1910 Rainbird, V. N. 1915 Not awarded. 

191 1 Grey, M. 1916 Not awarded. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 339 

College Prizes. 

Prizes are awarded to the students who gain the next places 
after those elected to Scholarships on the lists in the Inter- 
mediate B.Sc, Intermediate B.A.. and First B.Com. exam- 
inations respectively, and to Second Year Students on the 
results of examinations in each subject. 

The Joseph Coweh Memorial Prize. 

The annual value of the prize shall be £5, and it shall be 
given in the form of books selected by the candidate with the 
approval of the Principal. The prize shall be given for an 
essay in one of the following subjects : — English Literature, 
Modern History, Economics, the subjects to change by annual 
rotation. The theme of the essaj- shall be announced in the 
Michaelmas Term of each year and the essay shall be sent to 
the Registrar not later than October \5th in the Michaelmas 
Term following. The theme of the essay shall be determined 
by the Head of the Department concerned in consultation 
with the Principal. The prize shall be awarded on the recom- 
mendation of a Board of Examiners consisting of the three 
Heads of the Departments named. The prize shall be open 
to all members of the College who have kept not less than 
three and not more than nine terms. It shall not be tenable 
with the Gladstone Prize. 

Subject for 1921 : — 

Modern History ; " The Political Importance of John 
Wilkes." 

T/ie Joseph Co7ven Memorial Prizemen. 

191 1 Scott-Hopper, E. G. K. ^f Storey, E. M. 

1912 Not awarded. "'I Strong-, J. 

1913 Not awarded. 1916 Wilson, A. D. L. 

19 14 Not awarded. 



Freire-Marreco Med.\l and Prize. 

A bronze medal and prize of books, not exceeding the value 
of ^5, founded in memory of Algernon Friere-Marreco, the 
first Professor of Chemistry at the College, are awarded at 
the close of each session for the most complete series of 
Chemical substances prepared in the Chemical Laboratory 
of the College during the session, preference being given to 
original investigation in Chemistry conducted at the College. 

Candidates must have studied Chemistry in the Laboratories 
of the College for a period of not less than one entire session, 
and must give satisfactory proof of a general knowledge of 



340 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

the science. It may be required of a candidate, before 
competing, to give evidence of a knowledge of Mathematics 
and Physics, such as is required in the higher branches of 
Chemistry. 

Frelrc-Mn rrern Medallists^. 
1006 Osnuind, C. \V. 1913 EllioU, G. R. 



,r.n-' 


TrobriJye, V. 


G. 


1914 


Haddon, C. L. 


1007 1 


Bibbv, A. S. 




1915 


Wallace, T. 


1908 


Tiplady, H. 




1916 


) 


igoq 


Noi awarded. 




1917 


\ Not awarded, 


1910 


ChoHte, M. F. 


S. 


.9.8 


1 


1911 


Robson. S. 




1919 


Stewart, J. 


iqi2 


Not awarded. 









The Gladstone Memorial Prize. 

This prize, of the value of £b is open to Second and Third 
Year Students of the College, and is offered annually for an 
essay on some prescribed subject in either Ancient or IModern 
History. The essays must be sent to the Registrar hy April 
30th in each year. 

The subjects of the essays for 1921 are : — 

(a) Ancient History : " Caesar and the Conspiracy of 
Catiline." 

(fc) Modern History : " John, Duke of Bedford." 

Candidates are allowed to offer an alternative subject of 
their own choice provided they have secured the consent of 
the Examiners to it before the close of the session preceding 
the date for sending in the essay. 

G/n//s/o>ie Memn)-ial Prizc-witiners. 
1907 Carr, E. '9 '4 Wood, G. .A. 

190S Hunter, Q. H. '9'.S ^ft awarded. 

1909 Not awarded. 1916 Wilson, A. D. L. 

1910 Ouin, G. '9' 7 Simpson, O. 
191 I Not awaixied. 1918 Haiton, P. G. 

1912 Williams, J. II. 19'9 ^'c" aw-irded. 

1913 Xot awarded. 

The Johnston Memorial Prize. 
See above under Johnston Memorial' Scholarship. 

The Sir Andrew Noble Prize. 

This prize of the annual value of £3 10s., was founded to 
take the place of the Foreign Languages Prize. It is open 
to all members of the College who liave kept not less than 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 34I 

^ix and not more than nine terms. It is awarded on the 
recommendation of the Principal and the Professor of Modern 
Languages conjointly for general proficiency^ in a Modern 
Foreign Language as determined by the jj'ork of the year, 
or on such other test as the Principal and the Professor concerned 
may find it necessar\' to applv. 

Si/' Audn'7i' Noble Prizemen. 

/Bell, S. I. \ Prize ^ f Dunscombe, J. C. 

'9'^ \ Parker, M. /divided. '91D|^ Patterson, M. D. 

1913 Scott-Hopper, E. G. K. f Gilmour, B. L. C. 

1914 Ridlev. N.' '917 I Poulton, N. L. 

1915 StafFoVd, H. M. 1918 Hatton, P. G. 

1919 Latham, E. K. 



Messrs. Osbeck and Company's Exhibitions in Mining 
AND Metallurgy. • 

One Exhibition of Ten Guineas will be awarded to the 
candidate for the B.Sc. in Mining, or the College Diploma 
in Mining, or the College Diploma in Mine Surveying, who at 
the end of the last year of his course does best in the Surveying 
Examination, provided that he at the same time passes the 
examinations entitling him to the Degree or Diploma as the 
case may be. 

Osheck Exhibitioners. 



1907 


Taliis, P.. \V. 


1914 


Crawhall, J. S. 


1908 


Ford, E. L. 


1Q15 


Tulip, W. L. 


1909 


Raw, G. 


igi6 


Not awarded. 


I9I0 


Ritson, J. A. S. 


1917 


Not awarded. 


191 1 


Cresswell, G. G. 


1918 


Not awarded. 


1912 


Warhurton, \V. H. 


iqi9 


Not awarded. 


'QI3 


Kent, G. H. S. 


1920 


Taylor. J. G. 



One Exhibition of Ten Guineas will be awarded to the 
candidate, who in the last year's examination for the Degree of 
B.Sc. in Mining or Metallurgy does best in the examination 
in Metallurgy, provided that he at the same time passes the 
examination- entitling him to the Degree. 

Osbeck E.xh ihitioners. 

1906 Ciiurch, R. W. 1914 Eliioil, G. R. 

1908 Hinlspeth, H. M. i9'S ^^t-'' awarded. 

1909 \'arvill, \\ . W. 1916 Nol awarded. 

1910 Atkinson, A. 191 7 N'oi awarded. 

191 1 Hare, R. \'. 1918 Niit awarded. 

1912 Drozdowski, X. C. iQig Not awarded. 

1913 Sterling, C. S. 1920 Hetlley, -N. 
22 



342 SCHOLARSHIPS. 

The Saville Shaw Memorial Medal. 

This medal, founded bv the Newcastle Section of the 
Society of Chemical Industry, is awarded annually to a student 
of the College for work done in Inorganic Chemistry or 
Metallurgy. It is awarded as far as possible alternately to 
students of Chemistry and of Metallurgy. 

Sn^'ille Shaiv Memorial Medallisis. 



1907 


Not awarded. 


1912 


Not awarded. 


1908 


Not awarded. 


'9>3 


Yarrow, G. E, 


1909 


Not awarded. 


1914 


Lorains, J. P. 


1910 


Burton, R. C. 


'915 


Not awarded. 


19 1 1 


Xoi awarded. 


1916 


Not awarded. 



The John Bell Simpson Pkizf. 
(a) In Art or Handicraft. 
The conditions of the award of this prize are under revision. 
Johii Bell Simpson Prizeman. 
1914 Harrison, H. St. J. 

(&) In Geology. 

This prize, of the value of about £^, is awarded annually 
to the student who does best in Group I (Geology, Economic 
Mineralogy, and Mineral Deposits) in the Second Examination 
for the degree of B.Sc. in Mining. 

Prizemen. 

1914 Tulip, W. L. 1917 Not awarded. 

1 91 5 Not awarded. 1918 Not awarded. 

1916 Henzell, .\. W. 1919 Ciclilira, N. D. 

The Spe.nce Watson Prize. 

This prize, of the annual value of about £&, founded in 1911 
by the bequest of the late Dr. Spence Watson, is awarded for 
English Literature. It is open to all members of the College 
who have kept not less than six and not more than nine terms. 
It is awarded on the recommendation of the Principal and 
the Professor of English Literature conjointly for general 
proficiency in English Literature as determined either by 
the work of the year or by such other tests as the Principal 
and the Professor concerned may find it necessary to apply. 
It is not tenable in the same year with the Joseph Cowen 
Memorial Prize when that prize is awarded for English 
Literature. 



ARMSTRONG COLLEGE. 343 

Spence Watson Prizemen. 

1912 Thompson, M. L. 1916 Jennings, E. G. 

1913 Scott-Hopper, E. G. K. 1917 Simpson, O. 

f Featherstone, H. L. 1918 Thompson, E. M. 

'9'4( Wood, G. A. 1919 EUershaw, E. .M. 

1915 Ewart, H. \'. 

The George Wood Prize. 

A prize of the value of about ^^5 is awarded annually to a 
past or present student for work done in connection with the 
Uses of Nitrogen for Agriculture. It may be awarded on the 
report of the Board of Advisers of the Agricultural Department, 
either for an essay or for original research. Tt takes the fonn 
of a medal and books or cash. If not awarded the interest 
shall be added to the principal. 



PUBLIC K X A M I N A T I O N S. 



[The >i(i>ii('s ill each Class are arranged alpliabetically, 
unless otherwise staled ] . 



' Of University College. ' Of Hatfield College. 4 Of St. Chail's College. 

Of St. John's CoUeg-e. 6 OfBede College. ' Of St. Marys College. 

Noii-CoUepiatc. 9 Heine Student, »"j Of College of Medicine. " Of 

Armstrong College. ■' Ot Codringlon College. 't Of Fourah Bay College. 



EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF 
BACHELOR OF DIVINITY. 



EASTER TERjM. 1916. 

Exavitners. — R. J. Knowling, H. W. Watkins, J. H. Srawley. 

The following- satisfied the Examiners : — 

Bowman, A. K. Jordan, G. J.' 

Webster, A. S. 



Haslehiirst, R. S. T. 



1; ASTER TERM. 1917. 
Examiners. — R. J. Knowling-, H. W. Watkins, B. J. Kidd. 
The following' satisfied the Examiners : — 
Hasleti, W. H. Wilson, C. 



EASTER TERM, 1918. 
Examiiieys. — R. J. Knowling, B. J. Kidd, W. O. E. 
Oesterley. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Kennedy-Bell, D. Rose, C, F. Ct. 



EASTER TERM, J919. 

Examiners. — H. \\'. Watkins, Dawson Walker, \^■. O. E. 
Oesterley. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Corlett, H. E.^ Weeks, C. A. 

TJewellin, F. G." Wigglesworth, H. E. 

Pemberton, J. C" 

344 



m 



FOR THE DEGREE OF B.D. 345 

EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examinars, — Dawson Walker, W. O. E. Oesterley, G. E.' 
Newsom.xi 

The^following satisfied the Examiners.: — 

Burrows, O. M.^ Hunt, B. P. W. S.« 

Nash, J. R.» 



EXAMINATION FOR THE DIPLOMA IN 
THEOLOGY. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 

Examiners. — H. EUershaw, S. R. P. Moulsdale, E. Pace. 

Tlie following' satisfied the Examiners : — 

Davison, R. G.' Henderson, R. M.-* 

Dawe, E. L." Lister, G. M.s 

Ganderton, H. Y.s ^Preston, J. H.s 

* Including Christian Worship. 

Supplemental List. 
Th« following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Aiyedun, W. O.'^ Willson, P. H.'3 

Kuye, W. R. B.'3 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — S. R. P. Moulsdale, H. EUershaw, E. Pac«. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Division 1 . 
1 Macgregor, R.* 2 Warwick, G. H. W,* 

Bush, E.» Kelland, A. J.» 

Cooksley, F. R.» 1 Mosby, J. E. G.^ 

" Frisby, G.* 3 Roberts, R. H. W.* 
Howden, E. R.» Turner, A. N.-* 

Greeves, A. T.^ Wykes, VV. M.* 

1 Including Hebrew. 

2 Including Christian Worship. 

3 Including Apologetics. 



346 EXAMINATIONS 

ItXA.Ml NATIONS FOR THK LICENCE IN 
THEOLOGY. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 
Part A. 
Exaiuiiiers. — H. Ellershaw, A. Robinson. S. R. P. Moulsdale^ 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Morgan, A. W. Veevers, J. N. 

Part B. 
Examiners. — Dawson Walker, H. Ellershaw, E. Pace. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

*Camm, A. H. A. Ridlejr, F. A. 

Johnson, K. A. Spice r, C. H. 

Lake, W. V. Venner, P. K. 

Minta, H. Wyatt, F. H. 

* Licluding Elementary Hebrew. 
Supplemental List (Part B). 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

McKenzie, A. A. *Pearce, I. 01ubi.'3 

* Including Classical Greek, Latin and Logic. 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 
Part A. 
Examineys. — A. Robinson, C. S. Wallis, G. N. Bacon. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Davies, J. F. Mitton, F. 

Livesey, E. N. Smith, H. H. 

Part B. 

Examiners. — H. Ellershaw, E. Pace, C. S. Wallis. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Forrest-Bell, F. A.* Monk, J. L. 

Masters, F. M. Powell, F. T. S,» 

Meigh, F. fTaylor, H. 

t Service Candidate. 



FOR THE LICENCE IN THEOLOGY. 347 

EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Part A. 

Examiners. — A. Robinson, C. S. Wallis, G. N. Bacon. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Avery, J. H. Harriman, J. W. 

Baggs, C. R. Hassall, W. 

Brown, H. Procter, K. S. 

Clark, B. A. ' Richards, C. 

Cooke, S. Ryan, W. 

Coward. S. L. Tarlton, H. D. 

Edwards, T. Way, ^^^ R. 

Gardner, C. S. W^'se, H. G. 
Gasking, C. A. 

Part B. 

Examiners. — H. Ellershaw, E. Pace. W. E. Beck. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

L Bairstow, H.^ Farr, B. R. 

Cryer, E. Greaves, H. P. 

Deighton. F. R. Lavery, S. G. 

Delight, S. J. Owen, W. T. 

Dolman, G. Pickering, A. J. 

Duncan, V. G. Thomson, W. E. D.* 

L Including Logic. 



THEOLOGICAL CERTIFICATE. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 

Examiviers.—li. Ellershaw, A. Robinson, S. R. P. Moulsdale. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Barnett, T. W.s Nathan, T.- 

Higgins, R. V.5 Parker, A. N.^ 



348 EXAMINATIONS 

EXAMIXATION FOR THE DEGREE OF 
MASTER OF ARTS. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Brereton, E. H.' Johnson, E. W. 
Cannell, R. J.5 Lee, T. A.- 
Carter, A. W.^ Morgan, A. T.s 
Dixon, D." Terry, M.' 



Supplemental List. 
Doggett, H. E." 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Booth, J. 8 Phillip, H. S.* 

Carpenter, F. P.* Robson, L>i 

Greenwood, B, T.» Smith C.^ 

Hughes, W. R.' Tomlinson, A. C* 

Hume-Smith, A,' Warner, A. H.* 

Jackson, A. H.i Webb, F. R. * 

Jones, T, P.» Williams. G.* 
Maddrell, H.» 



EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF 
MASTER OF LETTERS. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Dann, F. E.» Readman, W. J. G. 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Davison, H. A.'' 



il 



FOR THE D GREE OF B.C.L. 349 

EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF B.C.L. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Agbebi, E. M. E.'^ 



EXAMINATION FOR THE DIPLOMA IN 
FOREIGN LANGUAGES. 

MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 
Examiners. — C. F. Herdener, W. Scholia. 
The following satisfied the Examiners in Oral French : — 
Barlow A. AJ (with Dann, F. E." 

distinction). 

FINAL EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF B.A. (/« litteris aiitiquis). 



EASTER TERM, 1919. 

Supplemental List. 

Honours in Classics. 

Class i. 



Class ii. 
Holder, F. W.'^' Rochford, A. G.'=^ 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Part I. 

Archibald, D. A.- Macaulay, O. P. A. 

Aiyedun, W. O.'s MacLean, R. H.' 

Bannister, A. A." Marke, F. B.'s 

Crawford, C. E.'= Pearce, I. O.'^ 
Kuforiji, C. B. A.'5 

Part II. 

Division 1. 
*Allejme, J. L. L.' *Farrell, A. C." 

♦Beckles, H. A. M.'^ 

* In the Theological Portion only. 

Division 2. 
Aiyedun, W. O.'^ 2 Kuye, W. R. B." 

Grant, E. E. T.'' 



350 



EXAMIXATIONS. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 
Part I. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 



Bairstow, H.= 
Brunning, E. R/ 
Butterworth, J.-* 
Cartman, F. J.' 
Coulthard, W.' 
Cribb, C. T.' 
Danks, F. A.- 



Dru, A. E.» 
Herbert, G. RJ 
Hudson, T. W. C; 
Moore, P. S.s 
Paget, A. W. G.4 
Tulloch, J. W/ 
Waton, A. H.' 



Part n. 
Division 1 . 
Examiners. — P. J. Heawood, A. Robinson, H. Ellershaw. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Coulthard, W.' Roome, J. ¥.•» 

Danks, F. A.= Sargent. W. A.s 

Dru, A. E.8 Taylor, W. F. 0.'3 

Goodworth, E. F.-* 

Part n. 

Division 2. 
Examiners. — Dawson Walker, H. Ellershaw, E. Pace. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Salt, A. L. &.■• 



Supplemental. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Part 1. 
Boston. H. J. L," Margai, M. A. S.i* 

Forde, H. L.^^ 

Part II, Division 1. 
Bannister, A.^- Macaulay, O. P. A.^' 

Boston, H. J L.13 Margai, M. A. S." 

Crawford, C. E.i» Marke, F. B.i» 

Forde, H. L." *Rocheford, A.i* 

Part II, Division 2. 
Pearce, R. A,m 
* In Theological Portion only. 



Further Supplementary List. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Part II, Division 1. 
MacLean, Reginald H.^ 



II 



FOR THE DEGREE OF B.A. 



351 



Exarhiners. — A. 
A. Robinson. 



EASTER, TERM, 
H. Cruickshank, \\'. 

Honours. 
Classics. 
Class I. 



1920. 
Phelps, 



J. Macdonald, 



Boden, J. P, 



Blood. A. G.* 



Class II 



Dobsou, H. W.6 

Wright, J. N.i 
O. E. Oesterlev, 



G. E. 



Examiners. — Dawson Walker, W 
Newsom. 

Honours. 

Theology. 

Class IV. 

Butler, I.. I.« 

The following satistied the Examiners : — 

Scott, C. F.^ Wardle, H.' 

Part I. 

Examineys. — A. H. Cruickshank, J. JNIacdonald, W. Phelps. 

The following satisfied the Examiners :— 

Bishop, W. H.* Pavne, E. H.^ 

Cockell, C.» Quick, D. E.* 

Duncan, J. N.* Rowlands, E. W.* 

Sargent, W. A.» 
Schwabe. H. K.* 
A." Shepherd, A.^ 

H.* Stamp, P.* 

" jTomson, M.' 

Wood, H. E.* 
Wynne-Owen, D.* 



N.6 

Goode, A. E.* 
Gunton, E. F.' 
Howard. C. S. 
I,anghorne, E. 
Latham, M. C' 
Mason, A.^ 
Paskm, A. J.^ 



f Passed with distinction. 



P.\RT II. 

Division 1.' 

Examiners. — L. Stampa, K. H. Vickers, Mark R. Wright, 
H. Ellershaw, H. M. Hallsworth, E. Pace. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Beale, B. G.i Parkm, J. E." 

Bishop, W. H.» Steed, P.* 

Dewhurst, B. H.* Tomson, M." 

Duncan, J. N.* Warr, J. G.' 

Haddow, W^^ Wvaton, A. H.^ 

Hudson, L. A.« Wood, H. E.° 



35- KXAJkllNAl lU^S 

Part II. 

Division 2. * 

Examiners. — \l. Ellershaw, W. E. Beck. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Ferguson, R. S.* Schwabe, H. K* 

Langhome, E. H.* Walton, H. J.* 

Quick, D. E.» 



FINAL EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF B.A. (other than in litteris antiquis). 

MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Cuthbertson, A." Richardson, W.^ 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — A. E. Jolliffe, C. M. Jessop. 

Honours. 

Mathematics. 
Class i. Class ii. 

Ellis, H. A.'' 

Class ill. Class iv. 

Iliff, P.' Willis, M.» 



Examiners. — A. H, Cruickshank, A. G. Latham, H. ^M. 
Hallsworth, J. Macdonald, W. Phelps, H. J. C. Grierson, 
A. Mawer. 

Honours. 

English and History. 

Class i. 

Class ii. , 
Footitt, J. M." IRochester, T. A." 

Class iii. 
Betts, A.;M." 

EnglishJand French. 
Class i. Class ii. 

*Robinson, M. B.'j 



FOE THE DEGREE OF B.A. (other than in liti. ant.). 353 
Class iii. 



Doull, E.ii 
Class i. 



Tavlor. E. E.'^ 



Mathematics. 



Class ii. 



Class i. 



Latham, E. K." 
Franks. E.^^ 



Class iii. 

Hughes, M. S." 

History and French. 

Class ii. 

Class iii. 
Fletcher, G. E. C." 
Latin and French. 
Class 1. 

*Seddon, G. M." 



Class ii. 



History. 
Class i. 



Thompsou, E. M.*^ 



Robson, T. B." 



Class ii. 

Wood, N.ii 

The following Candidates satisfied the Examiners and are 
allowed the pass degree : — 

Garbett, A. M." Reid, A. A.' 

* Distinction in Oral French. 



Examiners. — M. R. Wright, A. H. Cruickshank, A. Mawer. 
H. J. C. Grierson, J. Macdonald, W. Phelps, A.- G. Latham. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Division 1. 



Divisioii 2. 

O'Donnell, M. J." Rochester, M." 

Pannlev, H." Wade, M. M." 

Fellow,' E. W.ii Wvatt, L. C. K. 



The following satisfied the Examiners in Berkeley only : — 

HoTstead, J. L. C.^ Wren, J. C. E.^ 

Johnson, S. P.* 



o54 EXAMINATIOXS. 

SECi^XI) \'i:\R THHOLOGICAL HONOURS 
(HiBLE Papers). 
xMlCHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 
Examiner. — E. Pace. 
The following satisfied the Examiner : — 

Butler, L. !.•• Scott, C. F.* 

EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiner. — E. G. Pace. 

The following satisfied the Examiner : — 

Eves, H. C* Morgan, L.* 

Geipel, H. C.i Norris, A. H.* 

Hook, N.'' Suthrien, G.» 



SECOND YEAR EXAMINATION FOR THE 
DEGREE OF B.A. 

SEPTEMBER, 1919. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in two subjects : — 

Adamson, R. S." 

Supplemental List. 

The following satisfied in Botany : — 

Pellow, E. W." 

EASTER TERM, 1920. 
Examiners. — H. Ellershaw, G. H. Thomson, T. W. Powell. 
E. P. Pestle, C. E. Whiting, I\I. Fletclier, S. Wragge, L. Macgregor, 
K. Lambley, C. M. Shipley. A. Robinson. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Brannagan, N." Lockey,G. M.^^ 

Crosby, E.» *Lowes, E. H.» 

Pleming, A G.* . Nicholson, A.^^ 

Harrop, D." Read, G. E.» 

*Horstead, J. L. C.» Ross, M." 

Johnson, J. S." Smith, M." 

*Johnson, S. P.* Taylor, C.^^ 

Kidd, R." *\Vren, J. C. E.« 
Lennard, A. H." 

* In one subject only. 



FIRST PUBLIC EXAMINATION IN ARTS. ;55 

FIRST PUBLIC EXAMINATION IN ARTS. 



EASTER TERM, 1919. 

Supplemental List. 

Examiners. — A. H. Cruickshank, H. EUershaw, A. Robinson, 
P. J. Heawood. 

The following satisfied the Exaniiners : — 

Cole, J. C.'3 ■ Pearce, M. N. T.'' 

Classical Honours. 
Class i. 

• ('lass ii. 

Class iii. 
Reece, C. W.'- 

Honours in Mathematical and Physical Science. 

Class i. 



Class Ji. 
Talma, H. A.' 

Class iii. 
Class iv. 



MICHAELMAS TER]\I, 1919. 

Examiners. — A. H. Cruickshank, H. EUershaw, A. Robmson, 
E. Pelham Pestle. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Brewis, C. F. H.' ' Homer, F.** 

Faulkes, C. H.-* Morgan, L. H.^ 

Fenn, H. L.' ' Westall, W. A. E.^ 

Healey, L. R.s Wynne, G. W. L.-t 

Supplemental. 

Examiners. — A. H. Cruickshank, H. EUershaw, A. Robinson, 
E. P. Pestle. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Davies, S. O'C.i* Nicholas, S. R. S.i^ 

Lucas, J. 0.18 Pratt, W. E; A.i« 



356 EXAMINATIONS. 

EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 

Examine} s. — .\. H. Cruickshank, W. D. Lowe, A. Robinson, 
H. Ellershaw. 

The follo^ving satisfied the Examiners : — 

Armitage. C. M.* Riley, G. V.^ 

Jones, P. J." Williams, H. B." 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — A. H. Cruickshank. H. Ellershaw, P. J. Heawood, 
W. D. Lowe. J. L. Burchnall. 

Classical Honours. 

Class i. « 



Glass ii. 
Hull. M. R.s Ragg, E. S.i 

Class iii. 
Hunter, A.^ 

Mathematical Honours. 
Class i. Class ii. 



Class iii. 
Joyce, E. N.' Sanderson, J. B.^ 

Class iv. 



The following Candidates satisfied the Examiners : — 
Davies, O.* Simms, C. H." 



INTERMEDIATE EXAMIN.ATION IN ARTS. 

SEPTEMBER. 1919. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Benson, J. .\." .Johnson. J. S." 

Caldcleugh, A.» Read, G. E.« 

Eyles, O. R.J? Rickleton, W." 

Fleming, A. G.* Robson, J.f 

Fumass, W." Ross, M. E.f" 

Graham, F." Watson, J." 
Horstead, J. L. C.§' 

t In four fiiibiects. X In one subject. { In three subjects. 



FOR THK DEGREE 07 B.A, 



357 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — Dawson Walker, P. J. Heawood, H. EUershaw, 
A. Robinson, C. M. Shipley, K. Lamblev, L. Macgregor, S. 
Wragge, M. Fletcher, C. E. Whiting, E. P. Pestle. 



The following satisfied the Examiners 



*Arrowsmith. D. M.- 
*Barlow, E. M. G.' 

Barton, J.* 
*Beaglehole. C. H.^ 

Bean. W." 

Bereslord. C.** 

Biggs, E. A.i' 

Binks. S. M." 

Blade, H." 

Caulton. S. G.^ 

Clarke, M.* 
*Coatham, F.^ 

Cobb. H. H.ii 

Cox. H N.^ 

Curry, E." 

Dalton. R. A.i 
*Davis, G H. A. G.' 

Dawe, B.i 

Deacon, E. ]\I.* 

Dinsdale, D. H." 

Dixon, H.» 

Douglas, G. R." 

Farrer. W. B.° 

Finnev. V. H.^i 
*Fris-Tack, B M." 

Garbett, D. H.^ 

Gibson, E.^^ 
* Hanson, G. R." 

Harden. H.« 

Hayward, V. C." 

Home, D. M.' 

Hutson, C 
tjoyce. E. N." 

Kelly. W." 

Kendall. N." 

Lavender, N.^^ 



Lock, J. S." 
Lofthouse, R.* 
Lowes, B. W.ii 
Mallinson, A.^ 

*Marks, M. E." 
Marshall. B.' 
Mather, R. H." 

♦Matthews, T.>i 
Moodv, T.« 

*Mulcahv, M." 

*Parker,"M." 
Pearce, j\L G». 
Proud, M. W.« 
Ramsden, J " 
Rawes, F.*^ 
Reed, R. E, F.i 
Rhodes, E. B.° 
Roberts, W.° 
Robinson, ]. A.i 

*Robson, A." H." 

fSanderson, J. B.^ 

*Scorer. W.^^ 
Sedgwick, B." 

*Shaw, H. B.ii 
Simmons, F. P. C.^^ 
Skillen, A. M." 

*Snowdon, D.*' 
St(*:.kdale. A. P. 2 
Stringer, G.^i 

♦Teasdale, L. S." 

*Thrasher. R. \\'. L.« 
Tve. C. H.« 
Whincup. J. H.i 
Wilson, H. R.4 
Worsnop, W. F.^^ 



* Satisfied in four subjects only. 

t Mathematical Honours Candidates who satisfied in the 
necessary Pass SubjectSi .^y.~\ -•• .■ ■•'■.- : ■.: T.in'> 



23 



EXAMINATIONS IN AIKDICINE. 

FOR 11 IK DKliRKK OV DOCTOR OF 
.MKHICIXF. 

EPIPHAXY TERM, 1920. 
Examiners. — D. Drummond, G. N. Pitt. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Xattrass, F. J., M.B., B.S. Reah, H., M.B.. B.S. 

Practitioners oj Fifteen years' standing,. 

''Examiners. — D. Drummond, R. Morison, R. P. R. Lyle, 
R. A. Bolam, S. McDonald, T. E. Hill. G. N. Pitt, J. 
Mamoch, T. H. Wilson, Sir. T. Oliver, T. Beattie, W. E. Hume, 
A.J^M. Martin, H. B. Angus, W. Hardcastle, H. Kerr. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Edwards, C. Livingston, J. 

Fyfe, D. Murray, R. G. 

EASTER TERM, ig.'o. 

Practitioners oj Fifteen years standing. 

Examiners. — D. Drummond, R. Morison, R P. R. Lvle, 
R. Bolam, S. McDonald, T. E. Hill. G. N. Pitt, S. Mamoch, 
T. H. Wilson, T. Oliver. T. Beattie, W. E. Hume, A. M. Martin, 
H. B. Angus, W. Hardcastle, H. Kerr. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Adamson. J. W. W. Taylor, W. B. B. 

' France, W. H. 



FOR THK OFGRKK OF DOCTOR OF 
H veil EX F. ' 



EPIPHAXY TERM, 1920. 
Examiners. — T. E. Hill, H. R. Dean. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Rowell. W. H., M.D. 



FOR THE DEGREE OF M.B. 359 

FOR THH DEGREE OF BACHELOR 
OF MEDICINE. 



EPIPHANY TERM. 1920. 

Examiners. — D. Drummond, R. ^Nlorison, J. Middleinass, 
R. P. R. Lvle, G. N. Pitt, J. Marnoch, T. H. Wilson, T. 
Beattie, W. E. Hume, A. M Martin, H. B. Angus, H D. Mac 
Phail. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Second Class Honours. 

Bro\\Ti, R. C. 

Pass List. 

Anderson, T. H. R. Hetherington, J. 

Arnold, P. C. Hurrell, G. 

Beattie, N. R. Newman, C. D. 

Braine, J. F. C. Patterson, A. 



EASTER TERJM, 1920. - 

. Examinees. — D. Drummond, R. Morison. J. Middlemass, 
R. P. R. Lyle, G. N. Pitt, S. Marnoch. T. H. Wi-son, T. Beattie. 
W. E. Hume, A. M. Martin, H. B. Angus. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — - 

Second Class Honours. 
Weston, A. G. Woodman, Athelstan 

Pass List. 

Armstrong, C. N. Holmes, D. 

Basham, J. E. Hall, George. 

Brumwell, J., M.R.C.S., Jaffe, H. N. C. 

L.R.C.P. Jones, E. C. M. 

Dagger, E. C. Kirk, T. H. 

Davidson. S. W. Raw, M., B.Sc. 

Erdberg, M. J., M.Sc. Stenhouse, A. M. 

Girgis.l. Smith. H. R. 

Griffiths, M. L. Williamson, E. S.. fe.Sc. 

Graham, A. S. Stonehouse, J. (Rev.) 

Grav, K., B.A. Watts, K. M. W. 
Herbst, M. B. 
Holtbv, H. 



360 EXAMINATION ^. 

FOR TIIK DIUiRKK OI' l^\rHi:LOR 
OV SURGKR\". 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — R. Morison, J. Marnoch, A. M. Martin, H. B. 
Angus. 

The followinsi satisfied the Examiners : — 



Anderson, T. H. R. 
Arnold, P. C. 
Beattie, N. R. 
Braine, J. F. C. 



Brown, R. C. 
Hetherington, ]. 
Johnson, J. 1).! M.B. 
Newman. C. D. 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — R. Morison, J. Marnoch, A. ^I. IMarlin, H. B. 
Angus. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 



Armstrong, C. N. 
Brum well. J. 
Dagger. E. C. 
Davidson, S. W. 
Erdbero. M. J., M.Sc. 
Griffiths, M. L. 
Graham. A. S. 
Grav. K.. B.A. 
Holtbv. H. 
Holmes, D. 
Hall. G. 
Hurrell, G., ]\I.B. 



Jaffe. H. N. C. 
Jones. E. C. M. 
Kirk, T. H. 
Plavfair- Robertson, H. 

M.B. 
Raw. M.. B.Sc. 
Stenhouse, A. M. 
Smith, H. R. 
Stonehouse, Rev. J. 
Weston, A. G. 
Watts. K. M. W. 
Woodman, A., M..\. 



FOR THF DKGREK OF BACHFLOR 
OF HYGIENI'. 



EPH^HANY TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — P. P. Bt'dson. H. J. Hutchens, II. R. Dean, 
T. E. HiU, H. Kerr, J. W^ BuUerwell. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Scott, S. Towers, A. H. 



II 



FOR THE DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC HEALTH. 36 1 

FOR THE DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC HEALTH. 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 
The followino; satisfied the Examiners : — 



Scott, S., M.B., B.S. 



Towers, A. H., INLB., 
Ch.B. 



THIRD EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF BACHELOR OF MEDICINE. 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 

Examineys^ — R. A. Bolam, H. J. Hutchens, S. McDonald, 
J. L. Smith, T. E. Hill, W. E. Hume, T. Beattie, W. Hardcastle, 
H. Kerr. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Second Class Honours. 
Myers, L. 
Pass List. 



Benjamin, F. J. 
Daniels, J. J. N. 
Elliott, D. E. 
Hewitson, R. 
Jackson, J. 
Mickler, M. 



Nicoll, J. W. 
Perring, R. J. 
Pybus, S. T. 
Richardson, M. 
Wilson, O. C. 
Whitaker, P. R, 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — H. J. Hutchens, S. McDonald, T. E. Hill, 
W. E. Hume, J. L. Smith, W. Hardcastle, G. Hall, T. Beattie. 
H. Kerr. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Second Class Honours. 

Mulvaney, U. IM. 



Pass List. 



Allan, S. B. 
Angus, A. 
Annecke, S., M.A. 
Bates, T. H. 
Blair, H. M. S. 
Carr, C. C. 
Carse, E. 
Coltman, J. F. 



Killian, E. ' 
Kirkhouse, M, 
Lodge, H. 
McManus. M. j 
McCullagh, E.' 
Moskow, A. J. 
Murphy, P. 
O'Connell. P. J 



O. 



^,62 



EXAMIXATI>XS 



Craig, R. N. 
Crowe, W. N. 
Dagger, R. L. 
Dickson, H. 11 1.. 
Dickson. R. A. McK. 
Dingle, E. R. 
Ilavdock, G. A. 
Hicklcv. R. 
Howard, E. V. (Rev.) 
Hall, G. A. M. 
Hunter, L. 
Keidan. E. 



O'Neill. I,. N. K. 
Pratt, F. W. M. 
Robson, A. C. 
Reuben, J. V. 
Sheret, J. E. 
Spark, G. W. 
Storey, T. S. 
Stableforth, G. 
Whilhs. J. 
Watts, W. P. T. 
Wilson, G. 
Wilson. H. A. 



SECOXn EXAM 1 NATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF BACHELOR OF MEDICINE. 



(SPECIAL). 

SEPTEMBER, 1919. 

Exajuiners. — R. Howden, J. A. Menzies, A. Robinson, H. S. 
Raper. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

A natomy and Physiology. 

Boyde. J. C. Mason, G. A. 

Brown, R. A. Mather, H. L, 

Davies, D. Walker, P. M. 

Kirkhouse, E. S. Young, E. L. 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — R. Howden, J. A, Menzies, A. Robinson, 
H. S. Raper. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Bailey, H. H. Hyden, G. E. 

Basham, S. Jones, C. J. C. 

Brewis, E. C, Jones, K, M. C. 

Douglas, W. N. Manners, R. 

Fenwick, C. Rahtkens, W. E, 

Fox. C. J. B. Reed, H. C. 

Graham, W. Tredre, R. F. 

Hanson, A. Wattsford, H. F. 



FOR THE DE .REE OF M.B. 



363 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — R. Howden, A. Robinson, J. D. Lickley, J. A. 
Menzies, H. S. Raper. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 



Armstrong, R. 
Parkin, G. C. 
Popham, H. N. 

Allen, R. B. 
Anderson, E. RI. 
Austin, H. 
Beadle, A. M. 
Bell, D. C. 
Bell, M. F. 
Bell, R. L. 
Brown, W. A. 
Flintoff, B. 
Fothergill, G. A. 
Green, 'l. B. U. 
Guy, J. B. S. 
Harkness, N. 
Haswell, R. E. 
Henry, L. S. 
Hogg, W. A. 
Hunton, G. M. 
. Israel. J. E. 



Second Class Honoiivs. 

Todd, A. 
Minski, L. 



Pass List. 



Jaques, E. H. 
Laydon, J. H. 
Menzies, F. M. 
McLachlan, I. M. 
Motver, D. H. 
Mundell, F. G. 
Oliver, W. A. D. 
Philipson, G. L. 
Proctor, W. M. 
Richmond, L. F. 
Rollin, H. C. 
Rowlands, S. D. 
Scott, E. M. 
Scoresby- Jackson, M. 
Shelton, K. 
Wallace. H. 
Yeoman, J. C. 



FIRST EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF BACHELOR OF MEDICINE. 



(SPECIAL). 

SEPTEMBER, 1919. 

Examinevi. — R. Howden, H, Stroud, F. C. Garrett, M. C. 
Potter, A. Meek, J. D. Lickley, J, A. Smythe, J. W. BuUerwell. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Elementary Anatomy and Biology, Chemistry and Physics. 

Bell, R. L Miller, J. E. D. 

Brown, W. A. Motyer, D. H. 

Fenwick, C. Oliver, W. A. D. 

Flintoff, B. Purvis, A. 

Hall, P. Sinclair, D. S. 

Isaacs, B. R. Tocher, R. 

McCulloch, C. Welsh, E. A. 



364 



EXAMINATIONS 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 

Exauiineis. — R. Howdeii, J. Clay, M. C. Potter, A. Meek, 
F. C. Garrett, J. A. Smythe, G. W. Todd, J. W. Bullcrwell. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Honours, Second Class. 



Coxon, T, L. J. 



Hislop, J. A. 



Pass List. 



Denholm, W. H. 
Hcnrv, L. S. 
Melrose, R. G. 
Miller, T. D. 

Elementary Anatomy. 
Rollin, H. C. 



Stoker, T. E. 
Taylor, W. F. O. 

Wren, N. 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — R. Howden, J. Clay, A. Meek, S. Mangham, 
F. C. Garrett, J. A. Smythe, G. W. Todd, J. W. Butlerwell, 
P. L. Robinson, W. M. Madgin, L. W. Laveri(^, R. G. Lunnon. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

First Class Honours. 

Saint, J. H. 

Second Class Honours. 



Swindale, A. 
Aynsley, T. R. 
Punshon, G. 

Ay ton, K. A. M. 
Booth, W. N. 
Campbell, J. R. 
Carse, J. 
Chapman, O. P. 
Currv, S. 
Daniels, E. W. 
Dewell, M. W. 
Familton, J. 
Fairlie, A. L. 
Fairlie, C. F. 
Fraser, T. 
Grey, D. R. C. 
Hartley, J. B. 
Hedley, J. F. 
Henderson, J. 
Henegan, F. R. 
Henry, G. C. 



Meek, T. H. 
Gilmour, G. A. 



Pass Ust. 



Ho])per, M. 
Ingnim, H. V. 
Johnson, J. M. 
Kirk, N. W. 
Lascelles, W. F. 
Leech, J. W. C. 
Maclagan, E. 
Marton, H. O. 
Marshall, F. W. 
Mcikle, W. 
Milburn, K. V. 
Mulholland, J, E. 
Naismith, J. J. D. 
Ogilvie, A. G. 
Peet, E. L. 
Pepper, W. G. S. 
Pratt, E. P. 
Pringle, D. 



11 



FOR THE DEGREE OF iM.B. 365 

Ranken, M. v Smith, G. F. 
Reay, J. Stobbs, J. A. 

Russell, R. Stokoe, J. 

Rust, F. P. Strother, T. 

Ryle, M. Stubbs, R. L. 

Smart, A, B. W., B.A. Taylor, G. G. C. 

Anatomy and Biology. 
Watson, A. J. 



FINAL EXAMINATION FOR THE LICENCE 
IN DENTAL SURGERY. 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. .,, ,, 

Examiners. — R, Morison, J. Mamoch, H. J. Hutchens, 
J. T. Jameson, T. R. D. Walkinshaw, J. Coltman. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Second Class Honours. 
Liddell, J. L. 



THIRD EXAMINATION FOR THE LICENCE 
IN DENTAL SURGERY. 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — R. Howden, A. Robinson, J. A. Menzies, H. S. 
Raper, W. E. Hume, T. Beattie, J. Coltman, E. Y. Richardson. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Gardiner, L. 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — R. Howden, J. A. Menzies, A. Robinson, 
J. W. Lickley, H. S. Raper, W. E. Hume, T. Beattie, J. Coltman, 
E, Y. Richardson. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Smith, H. A. Wilkinson, F. 



366 EWMiNArio.vs 

SHCOM1 KX.WIIXA 1 ION l\^i; IHI': LICENCE 

IX i)i:xT.\L si'Rdi'.m'. 



KPIl'HAXV TERM, iqjo. 
(special). 

Exuniincis. — J. W. Daniels, T. R. D. Walkinshavv, C. Lotinga, 
H. Dean. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Cowden, W. A. Reav, R. H 

Clare, G. Slack, J. N. 

Hutson, S. Vasey, J. W. 

Manners. E. W. Williams, G. 
Price, W. H. 

EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — J. W. Daniels, T. R. D. Walkinshaw, C. Lotinga, 
H. Dean. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Second Class Honours. 

Littlefield, G. J. S. 

Pass List. 
■ Johnson, G. Mackay, S. G. 



FIRST p:xaminatiox for the licence 

IX DEXTAL SURGERY. 

SEl'fEMBER, iqiq. 
(Special). 

Examiners. — H. Stroud, F. C. Garrett, J. A. Smythe, J. W. 
Bullervi'ell. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Chemistry and Physics. 
Clare, G. Johnson, G. 



EPIPHANY TERM, 1920. 

Exami^iers. — F. C. Garrett, J. A. Smythe, G. VV. Todd, 
J. W. Bullerwell. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Hogg, T. W. Moor, H. 

Mackay, S. G. Peters, N. 



II 



FOR THE LICENCE IX DENTAL SURGERY 



367 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Examiners.— F. C. Garrett, J. A. Smythe, G. W. Todd, 
J. W. BuUerwell, P. L. Robinson, W. M. Madgin, I.. W. 
Laverick, R. G. Lunnon. 

The follouang satisfied the Examiners : — 

Second Class Honours. 



Joseph, J. H. 

Benjamin, B. 
Fleming, W. I,. 
Happen, L. T. D. 
John. U. M. 
Milbum, W. L. 
Miller, C. H. 
Page, G. S. 



Pass List. 



Sibsoii. M. D. 



Pattie, A. E. 
Phillips, B. J. G. 
Reid, J. L. 
Robertson, A. S. 
Sibson, R. D. 
Wilson, A. McL. 



• KXAMINATIONS IN SCIKNCE. 

FOR THH PKGREK OF DOCTOR OF SCIKNCE. 

EASTER TERM, 1915. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Goldbrough, G. R. Rollin, C. 

Haslehurst, S. R. Smith, S. 

EASTER TERM, 1917. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Powden, E. Labour, M, V. 

Harrison, J. W. H. Trechmann, C. T. 

Jeffreys, H. 



EASTER TERM, 1919. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Smith, H. Woodhead, S. A. 

EASTER TERM, 1920. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Brown, J. C. Weyman, G. 

Lawson, R. W. Forster, A. 



FOR THF DFGREF OF MASTER OF SCIENCE. 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Bibby, A. S. Taylor, L. T. 

Brodie, N. Walton, J. H. 

Edgar, G. R. Watson, W. 

Saybum, M. J. \Vheldon, R. W. 

Taylor, E. M. Yarrow, G. E. 
368 



FOR THE DEGREE OF B.SC. 369 

FINAL EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF B.Sc. WITH HONOURS. 

Pure Science. 

The following satisfied the Examiners and were classified 
as under : — 

First Class. 

Paid, W. (Physics). 
Irvine, F. M. iC/u'inistiy). 
Kennedy, H. {Mathematics). 
MadgM'ick, E. {Physics). 
Patterson. J. {Chemistry). 
Stewart, J. (Chemistry). 
Wood, R. P. (Chem-'istry). 

Second Class. 

Osborne, C. J. (Mathematics). 
Oyston, H. (Physics). 
Stewart, C. P. (Chemistry). 
Whitehead. E. E. (Physics). 
Wood, J. F. (Physics). 

Third Class. 

Grav, P. H. (Physics). 
Hamblin, R. H. (Physics). 
Hewson, J. T. (Physics). 
Shortt, A. (Chemistry). 



Auxiliary Subjects. 

The follow-ing satisfied the Examiners in subjects as 
stated : — 

Anderson. W. (Chemistry, Mineralogy). 
Bailey, F. J. (Mathematics, Physics). 
Baker, S. (Mathematics, Physics). 
Boll, S. F. (Zoolooy). 
Clark, W. J. (Mathematics, Chemistry). 
Ferguson. K. E. (Zoology, Physiology), 
Gibson, J. P. (Mathematics, Physics). 
Reynolds, E. R. B. (Mathematics). 
Wallace, H. H. (Mathematics, Chemistry). 
Watson, H. R. (Mathematics, Physics). 



37f> EXAMINATIONS 

[ PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION FOR THE 

DECREE OF B.Sc. IN PURE SCIENCE 

WITH HONOURS. 



The following is allowed to proceed to read tor Honours in 
Pure Science : — 

Halkier, W. W. 1.. ] 



EXAMINATION FOR THE PASS DEGREE OF B.Sc. 
IN PURE SCIENCE. 



The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Bambrough, H. Hope, C. E. ' 

Baxter, R. Marley, H. 

Campbell, R. Mordue, E. 

Carrick, K. M. Morle^-, M. E. 

Cheeseright, L. S. Morton, A. A. 

Clapperton, A. H. Ruell, D. A. 

Clark, E. B. See, B. 

Cleminson, J. Steenberg, F. S. 

Coe, J. Summerbell, E. 

Culbert, E. C. A. Taylor, P. 

Garstein, G. Thompson, J. 

Goldstien, C. Trotter, F. M. 

Graber, J. R. Walton, W. M. 

Hall, G. W. Wayman, J. 

Hcslop, T, E. Wilson, P. W. 

Hill, A. Wylam, B. 
Hodgson, W. C. 



Supplementary List. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in the Third 
subject only, as stated : — 

Faid, J. E. (Education). 
Henderson, A. L. (Education). 
Horn, I. (Education). 
Hughes, G. H. (Education). 
Thompson, T. (Mineralogy). 
Todd, H. S. (Education). 



II 



FOR THE DEGREE OF B.SC. 37I 

SECOND EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF B.Sc. 

OCTOBER, 1919. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Pure Science. 

Culbert, R. C. A. in Mathemafics. 

Henderson, A. L. in Education. 

Lancaster, R. in Physics and Chemistry. 

Wright, E. in Physics. 

Preliminary Honours. 

Avnsley, E. E. Plews. T. H. 

Halkier, W. W. L. Taylor, J. 



Applied Science. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

]Macdonald, G. H. in Mathematics. 

Robson, C. W. in Junr. Engineering and Lab., 

Physics and Mathematics. 
Rol^ertson, J. G. C. in Junr. Electrical Engineering. 

Pyeliminnry Honours. 

Bell, J. Chalmers, W. R. 

Biitterfield, J. L. Wallis, R. P. 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

Pure Science. 

Chief Subjects. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in subjects as 
stated ;— ■ 

Anderson, W. R. (Physics, Chemistry). 
rVyre, A. L (Chemistry, Botany). 
Banks, I,. E. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Barron, G., (Mathematics, Physics). 
Bennison, R. A. {Physics, Chemistry). 
Copeland, W. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Crabtree, F. W. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Davison, W. J. (Mathematics, Chemistry). 
Dawson, W. A. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Ewart, A. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Forster, A. S. (Zoology, Botany). 
Hals, F. M. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Hewitt, J. T. (Chemistry, Geology). 



372 EXAMINATION'S 

Jolinson, E. {Physics, Botany). 
Mclntyre, A. G. (Chemistry, Geology). 
MciSIanus. \V. J. (Physics, Chemistry). 
Neilson. M. A. (Zoology, Botany). 
Nicholson, F. W. (Physics, Chemistry). 
Pagan. G. O. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Peaps, M. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Preston, C. (Physics, Geology). 
Preston, H. (Physics, Chemistr'y). 
Pursell, A. (Chemistry, Botany). 
Raw. A. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Scott, P. D. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Slee, \V. (Physics, Botany). 
Smith. J. (Mathematics, Chemistry). 
Stuart, R. G. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Thompson, M. E. (Physics, Chemi'>try). 
Thompson, AV. (Chemistrv, Geology). 
Turley, G. H. (Physics. Chemistry). 
Walton, S. (Physics, Chemistry). 
\\'eddell, E. T. (Chemistry, Geology). 
Westgarth, G. C. (Physics, Chemistry). 



Siipi)lenientary List. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in the Third 
subject : — 

Ayre, A. I. (Zoology). 
Barron, G. (Chemistry). 
Bennison, R. A. (Mathematics). 
Davison, W. J. (Physics). 
Featonby, T. (Zoology). 
Forst^r, A. S. (Physics). 
Hals. F. M. (Mineralogy). 
Hewitt, J. T. (Physics). 
Neilson, M. A. (Chemistry). 
Nicholson, F. W. (Mathematics). 
Pagan, G. O. (Physics). 
Peaps, M. (Physics). 
Preston, H. (Botany). 
Pursell, .\. (Zoology). ' 

Scott, P. D. (Mineralogy). 
Stuart. R. G. (Physics). 
Thompson. M. E. (Mathoiiatirs). 
Turley, G. H. (Logic). 
Walton, S. (Mathematics). 
Westgarth, G. C. (Mathematics). 
Osborne, C. J. (Education). 



FOR THE DEGREE OK B SC. 373 

THIRD EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF 
B.S<-. iN APPLIED SCIENCE WITH HONOURS. 

Pass List. 

The lollowiiiti satisfied the Examiners in Sections as 
stated : — 

Crawl'.all. T. f'., (with distinction in Marine Ent>irieei'ing.) 

Logan, K. A. {Electrical Engineering). 

Telfer, E. V. (with distinction in Naval Architecture). 

Dowell, T. [Mining). 

Mould, H. P. (Mining). 

Ogle. A. J. (Mining). 



Supplementary List. 

The lolknvniii satislied the Examiners m subjects as 
stated :— 

Rardsett, H. (Met. Lab. Surv. P/ivsics, Sen. Eng. and 
Lab. Maths.). 



SECOND EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF 
B.Sc. IX APPLIED SCIENCE WITH HONOURS. 



Pass List, 
Stead. H. V. (Mechanical Engineering). 
Boll. J. (Electrical Engineering). 
Gallon, \V. A. (Electrical Engineering). 
Butterfi.dd. J. L. (Naval Architecture). 
Tntni, J. (Naval Architecture). 



Supplementarv List. 
Group L Group. II. 

Electrical Engineering.- 

Chalmers, W. R. Mechanical Drawing 

Pass in Group I. Physics. 

24 



374 KXAMIXAl lOXS 

FINAL PASS EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF B.Sc. 

Applied Science. 

Pass List. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in Sections 
as stated : — 

Agriculture. 

Carroll. T. H. J. 
Irvine, F. R. 
Lynn, J. C. 
Thomas, B. 
Watson, S. J. 

Mechanical Engineering. 
.\rthur, J. C. 

Crowe, T. A. (with distinction). 
Ellis, G. R. (with distinction). 

Marine Engineering. 
Calderwood, J. 

MacDonald, G. H. (with distinction). 
Twee<lie, I. M. 

Civil Engineering. 

Zachariades, J. 
Electrical Engineering. 

Cook, F. A. 

Dixon, J. L. 

Proctor, R. F. (with distinction). 

Somerville, T. B. (with distinction). 

Torry, R. G. (with distinction). 

Naval Architecture. 

Fletcher, A. 
Metallurgy. 

Hedley, N. 

Supplementary I^ist. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in subjects as 
stated : — 

Group I. Group II. 

Agriculture. 

Peacock, H. A. l^ass in Group II. 

Melrose, W. K. Pass in Group I. 



FOR THE DEGREE OF R.SC, 375 

Mechanical Engineering. 

Aniistrong, D. Pass in Group I. Metallurgy. 
Carrick, J. A. Mathematics. 

Civil Engineering. 

Chwang, Y. L. Pass m Group I. Eng., Lab. Pract. 

Geology. 
Shea, C. L. Pass in Gyoup I Eng. Lab. Pract. 

Geology. 
Electrical Engineering. 

Christophersen, 1.. L. Advanced Engineering. 

Robson. C. W. Mech. Draiv., Eng. 

Lab. 
Naval Architecture. 

Sandberg, M. A. Metallurgy and Eng. 

Lab. 
Mining. 

Chn, S.S. Pass in Group /. Dressing of Minerals, 

and Elect. Eng. 
( iclitira, N. Pass in Group I. Dressing of Minerals, 

Metallurgy, Elect. 
Eng. 
Coundouroff, H. G. Pass in Group I. 
Dunn, W. S. Pass in Group I. Dressing of Minerals, 

Metallurgy, Elect. 
Eng. 
Tavlor, J. G. Pass in Group I. 
(with distinction). 



SECOND EXAMINATION FOR B.Sc. 
IN APPLIED SCIENCE, 



Pass List. 

The following satisfied the Examiners m Sections as 
stated : — 

Batie, R., {Mechanical Engineering). 
Wallis, R. P. [Mechanical Engineering). 
Woodeson, W. E. {Mechanical Engineering). 
Wight. H. R. {Mechanical Engineering). 
Dannatt, C. {Electrical Engineering). 
Knight, A. D. {Electrical Engineering). 
Wilkomirsky, R. [Electrical Engineering). 
Callis, F. B. {Civil Engineering). 
Chester, G. B. {Civil Engineering). 



376 EXAMINATIONS 

Floyd, A. iCivil Engineering). 
Grant. A. O. [Civil Eyigineering). 
Kiiill, \V. C. (Civil Engineering). 
Williams, J. H. (Civil Engineering). 
Bartram, G. H. (Naval Architecture). 
Taylor, J. L. (Naval Architecture). 
Wennberg, H. J. (Naval Architecture) 
Chapman, J. E. M. (Mining). 
Friend, J. F. C. (Mining). 
Houston, H. R. (Mining). 
Lawrence, E. T. (Mining). 
Rose, A. (Mining). 
Waters, J. F. (Mining). 



Supplementary Eist. 

The followint; satisfied the Examiners in subjects as 
stated : — 

Group I. Group II. 

Agriculture. 

Core, W. F. Agric. Bot., Anat. Phys. 

Land. Surv., Agric. 
Geol. 
Waugh. 1). Agric. Bat.. Aiiaf. Phys-, 

Land Surv. 
Mechaniral Engineering. 

Artamouoff, M. Pass in Group I. Jun. Elect. Eng. 
George, F. B. Phvsics, Jun. Elect. 

Eng. 
Kilby, E. A. Pass in Group I Phys., Jun. Elect. Eng. 
Robertson, J. G. C. Pass in 

Group I. Phvs., Jun. Elect. Eng. 

Thornton, B. I\I. Pas? in Group I. Jun. Elect. Eng., Math^. 
Wallace, A. S. J. Pass m 

Group I. Phys., Jun. Elect. Eng. 

Marim Engineering. 

Shearlaw, J. Pass in Group I. 

Electrical Engineering. 

Rothweil, R. Pass in Group I: Jun. Eng. and Lab.., 

Mech. Draw., Phys. 
Shaynro, j. Pass in Group I. Jun. Eng. and Lab., 

Mech. Draw., Phys, 
Civil Engineering. 

Buchanan, B. Jun. Eng. Lab., 

Geology, Surveying. 
Carvalho, F. de Geolosy. Surveying, 

Muihs. 



FOR THE DEGREE Ol' B.SC. 



377 



Naval Aixhitecture. 

Andersen, E. T. S. Pass in 

Group I. 
Petersen, C. T. Pass in Group T. 

Minins. 

Lewin, E. M. 
Lowson, W. L. 



Maths. 
Physics. 



Rider, W. 
Swains ton. 



Pass in Group I. Chemistry. 
Pass in Group I. Alech. Draw., 
Chemistry. 
Pass in Group I. Mcch. Draw. 
Pass in Gratit' I. Merh. Draw. 



FIRST EXAMINATION FOR B.Sc. 



Applied Science. 

Pass List. 

Division I (in order of merit). 



Willis, R. L. 
Foster, A. D. 
Craig, N-. 



Wolf, H. 
Wyatt, B. B. 



Division II (m alphabetical order). 



Aitchison, G. 
Armstrong, R. B. 
Arnesen, Iv. 
Batey, F. S. 
Brennan, H. 
Brown, A. 
Butler, G. 
Capstick, E. 
Carr, A. B. 
Cawthome, R. W. 
Dingle, C. E. J. 
Dobeson, R. G. 
Featherstone, J. 
Fleming, J. 
Girling, E. G. 
Gomnie, J. R. 
Grev. J. M. D. 
Harle, J. D. 
Henderson, R. G 
Hudson, J. F. 
Hughill, J. W. A. 
Jameson, G. B. 
Krohn, R. 



Marshall. W. B. 
Moore, A. 
Mountford, D. C. 
Mvilligan, T. 
Myhre, W. 
Prica, S. 
Reid, A. W. 
Ritson, T. 
Robinson, G. P. 
Robson, T. W. 
Rochester,W. 
Rowe, J. J. 
Scott, H. G. 
Smith, J. H. 
Snowball, A. F. 
Spark, E. 
Stewart, T. A. 
Stronach, H. G, McA, 
Wallace, J. 
^^'ightman, R. 
Williams, R. 
Wi'lis, J. 



378 EXAMINATIONS 

Supplementary List. 

The followiii" satisfied tlie Examiners m tliiee subjects 
as stated : — 

Balfour, D. R. (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry). 

Bird, D. G. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Coscoros, N, (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Crawford, A. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Errawing). 
Davis. E. A. (Alathematics, Physics, Chemistry). 
Davison. A. S. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Furness, K. S. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Gomez, A. (Mathematics, Physics, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Gribble. L. J. G. [Physics, Chemistry, Biology). 
Hall, H. B. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Hardy, A. C. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Henderson, R. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Hughes, T. G. (Mathematics, Physics, Biology). 
Irving, J. L. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Jackson, D. S. (Phvsics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Laidler, W. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Maughan, J. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
McLaren. J. T. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Moncur, R. A. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Nixon, J. J. (Mathematics, Physics, Biology). 
Orlitch, V. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics and 

Mechanical Drawing). 
Payne, E. (Physics, Chemistry,' Applied Mechanics and 

Mechanical Drawing). 
Ridley, F. F. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Roberts, J. F. (Phy.<.ics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Sample, W. E. (Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 



FOR THE DEGREE OF B.SC. 379 

Skule, J. C. J. {Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Stevans, H. J. (Physics, Chemistry, Biology). 
Thompson, A.. {Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 
Wethered, V. D. {Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mechanics 

and Mechanical Drawing). 



EXAMINATION QUALIFYING TO READ FOR 
HONOURS IN PURE SCIENCE. 



The following are pennitted lo read for Honours in Pure 
Science : — 

James, W. R. . Maw, W. 

Jeffrey, W. Smith, H. C. 



FIRST EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF B.Sc. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1919. 

Pure Science. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Crabtree, F. W in Mathematics 

Forster, A. S. in Mathematics 

Milnes, L. H. in Mathematics 

Neilson, M. A. in Mathematics 

Peaps, M. m Mathematics 

Slee, W. in Chemistry. 

Applied Science. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Artamonoff, M. in Mathematics, Physics, 

Applied Mechanics and 
Mechanical Drawing. 

Friend, J. F. C. in Mathematics. 

Pedelty, J. F. in Mathematics Physics, 

Chemistry, A p plied Mechanics, 
and Mechanical Drawing, 

Swainston, J. in Applied Mechanics and 

Mechanical Drawing. 



38o 



KX,\M1\.\TU>\S 



EASTER TER.M, 1920. 

Pure Science. 

Pass List. 

Division 1 (in order of merit). 

Inkster, J. J, Bruce, F. R. 



Davis, R. 
Rowell, G. 



Dawson, N. 



Division II (in alphabetical order). 



W. 



Bell, H. V. 
Blvtlunan, T. P 
Boll, W. H. 
Bolton, W. H. 
Brown, J. 
Brown, 5l. A 
Brown, W. L. 
Clarkson, W. 
Clayton, T. 
Connors, J. J. 
('rawford, A. 
Dee, G. P. 
Donald, A. 
Duncan, H. G. 
Floyd, K. 
Crabb, E. 
Grave, P. 
Hall, A. L. 
Hall, W. ^ 
Hill, R. M. 
Hopkins, W. 
Hornsby, W. V 
House, S. 



Hudson, T. B. 
Hunt, T. R. 
Jenkins, C. R. 
King, E. W. 
Linnell, W. H. 
McDonald, M. A. 
Middlemas, A. 
Pearson, R. A. 
Ritson, M. I. 
Robinson, C. H. E. 
Sayce, L. A. 
Seeker, J. 
Shaw, G. 
Smailes, J . 
Stavers, R. 
Sudder, J. F. 
Suniner, W. 
Thomas, S. 
Turnbull, R. S. 
Wigham, J. N. 
Wilson, R. M. 
Yeal, R. 



Supplementary List. 

The following satisfied the Exaniiners in three 
as stated : — 



SUbf9Ct<! 



Armstrong, S. (Mathematics, Physics, Geology). 
Bowan, J. H. (Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Bronlund, O. (Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Donaghy, J. J. (Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Hodge, M. B. (Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Hunter, D. (Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Kellett, J. G. (Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Murray, H. L. (Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Nightingale, T. W. (Mathematics, Physics, Geology). 



I 

i 



FOR THE DEGREE OF B.SC. 38T 

Platts, F. N. {Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Regnart, H. C. {Physics, Chemistry, Biology). 
Richardson, T. B. {Physics, Chemistry, Geology). • 
Smith, E. {Mathematics, Physics, Geology). 
Stephenson, E. {Mathematics Physics, Biology). 
Stephenson, G. (Physics. Chemistry, Geology). 
Thompson, R. R. {Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Todner, A. W. {Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Townsend, F. O. {Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
Venus, L. {Mathematics. Physics, Biology). 
Watton, H. E. S. {Mathematics, Physics, Biology). 
Wilkinson, H. R. {Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 
^^'ilkinso^, J. K. {Mathematics, Physics, Biology). 
Willey, E. J. B. {Physics, Chemistry, Geology). 



EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF 
DOCTOR OF MUSIC. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1915. 

Examiners. — J. C. Bridge, J. F. Bridge, W. G. Alcock. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Best, G. E. Tvsoe, A. C. 

Parker, ^V. W. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1916. 
Examiners. — J. C. Bridge, W. G. Alcock, H. Keeton. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Francis, C. C. Hutchinson, J. E. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1917. 
Examiners. — J. C. Bridge, H. Keeton, C. H. Lloyd. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 
Cooper, J. G. Smith, J. S. 



MICHAELMAS TERM, 1918. 
Examiners. — The same as in 1917. 

No candidate passed. 



382 FXAM I NATIONS 

MICHAELMAS TERM. 1919. 

Examiners. — J. C. Bridge. C. H. Lloyd, H. W. kiichards. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

* Hare. H. Staton, F.J. 

Rendell, E. J. Weedon, A. F. 

Sargent, M. Woledge, H. R. 

FINAL i:X.\.MINATION FOR THK DKCiRFH 
OF HACHFLOR OF MITSIC. 

MICHAELMAS TERM. 1919. 

Excnnincrs. — J. C. Bridge, C. H. Lloyd, H. W. Richards. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Bark, L. G. Thomson, W. A. A. 

Head, R. Walker, E. H. S. 

Lang, C. S. Warner. W. E. 

Macleod, H. Weigall, C. T. 



PRACTICAL FXAMINATION FOR IHE 
OFGREF OF B.Mus. 



EPIPHANY TERM. 1920 

Examiners. — J. C. Bridge, H. W. Richards. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Brockless, G. F. (Pno.) Salisbury, E. F. (Pno.) 

Marshall, C. (Pno.) Sumsion, H. W. (Org.) 

FIRST FXAMLXATION FOR THK DHGREE 
OV BACHELOR OF MUSIC. 



AHCHAELMAS TERM. 1919. 
Examiners. — J. C. Bridge, C. H. Lloyd, H. W. Richirds. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Davage, O. L. Popplestone, S. M. 

Deavin, H. C. Sheard, F. O. 

Hoskin, A. Sumsion, H. W. 

Milvain, H. 



FOR IHK DKGKEE OK B.ML'S. 383 

EPIPPIANY TERM, 1920. 

Examiners. — J. C. Bridge, H. W. Richards. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Brockless. ft. F. Lang, C. H. 

Durrant. F. T. ^Marshall, C. 



EXA M I NATIONS I N COM M E RC E. 

FINAL ENAMINATIOX FOR THE DEGREE 
OF B. COM. 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in sul)jects as stated : — 

Thwaites, A. R. (Economics III, Banking and Currency, 
French II. Spanish III. 



SECOND EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 

OF B. COM. 



The toUowing satisfied the Examiners ; — 

Blair, G. N, Scorer, J. 

Brewis, G. Stuart, T. 



Supplementary List. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in subjects as stated : — 

Blakey, W. E. (Commercial Law, Economic History). 
Sopwith, R. E. (Economics I, Commercial Law, Economic 

History, Economic Geography). 
Thompson, L. A. (French II). 
Ward, W. (Economic Geography, Spanish I). 
Wilkinson, L. H. (Commercial Law, Banking and Currency, 

French II, Chemistry). 



384 EXAMINATIONS. 

FIRST KXAMIXATIOX FOR B.COM. 



OCTOBER, 1919. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Liu, S. Y. in Economics and Economic 

History. 
Wilkinson, L. H. in French. 



EASTER TERM. 1920. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Baston, A. Marr, L. E. 

Beevers, C. E. Nicholson, J. 

Capron, A. Robson, R. K. 

Dale, T. .M. Robson, T. 

Dmrv, R. D. Richards, C. S. 

Cxriffith, M. G. Smith, W. T. 

Home, H. Soulsby, R. 
Mackav, G. W. 



Supplementary List. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in four subjects 
as stated : — 

Best, A. (Economic History, Economic Geography, 

Mathematics, French I.). 
Bowles, T. (Economics I, Economic History, Economic 

Geography, Spanish I). 
Cochrane, J. W. (Economics I, Economic History, Economic 

Geography, Spanish I). 
Kemohan, W. H. (Economics I, Economic History, 

European History, Spanish I). 
Laycock, J. H. (Economics I. Economic History, Economic 

Geography, European History). 
Morris, J. (Economics I, Economic Geography, French I, 

German I). 
Tulloch, J. (Economics J, Economic History, French I, 

Spanish I). 
Waugh, D. E. (Economics I, Economic History, Economic 

Geography, European History). 
Williamson, M. H. (Economics I, Economic History, 

Economic Geography, Spanish I). 
Wolstencroft, J. E. (Economics I, Economic History, 

Economic Geography, Spanish I.) 



MATRICULATION. 385 

QUALIFYING EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE 
OF B. COM. 



The following satisfied the Examiners in Accounting : — 

Baston. A. Home, H. 

Best. A. Marr. L. E. 

Blair. Cx. X. Smith, W. T. 

Caplon. P. I. Wolstencroft. J. E. 



DIPLOMA IN THE THEORY AND PRACTICE 
OF TEACHING. 



EASTER TERM, 1920. 
Examineys. — ^1. R. Wright. T. W. Powell. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in Theory and 
Practice ■ — 

Bmks, F. E.ii Orton. J.^ 

Dodds, W.' Purves, J. A." 

*Featherston. W." Redpath, L." 

Gregson, W. C. S.i Rothfield. M. L.'^ 

MacDonald. J. R." Spraggon. H. ]\I.' 
Nicholson, M. E." 

* With distinction m Theory. 

The following satisfied the Examiners in Theory onlv : — 
Lowes, S." Sheret, C. M." 

.\LATRICrL.VnON EXA.M I NATIONS. 

DI-RHAM DIVISION. 

OCTOBER. 1919. 

ExaimiuTS. — P. J. HeaAvood, H. EUershaw. C". F. Hardener, 
A. Robinson, J. H. How. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Broxup, \'. F. Ramsden, J.' 

Elliott. A.<= *Robinson, A. F.» 

Elliott, W. E.* Sanderson, J. B.^ 
Hull. ]M. R. 

Ill .Matheniativ'h onU. 



586 MATIUCL'LATION. 

Theological Colleges. 

Exauiinrys. — P. J. Heawood, A. Robinson. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Beckett. R. J. Dennis, H. 

Blacow, J. Way,. W. R. 

DURHAM DIVISION. 

JANUARY, 1920. 

Arts. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Cowbum, F.5 Kemp, K. C. A.* 

Dickens, A. W.s Owen, C. E. V.' 

Evans, R. C? Stewart R. L.» 

Hamilton. R. W. Verrells, H. S- = 

Johnston, J. H.= Wilson, R. C.s 



Theological Colleges. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Goode, C. S. Newman H. O.. 

Graham, H. A. V. Riches, H. F. 

Knowles, D. R. Stainton, T. W. 

Mears, W. J. Taylor, W. R. O. 



JUNE, 1920. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Armstrong, W.' Richardson, R.* 

Cutter, H. G.« Sambidge, W.^ 

Familton, H.* Standen, C. E.* 

Hedley, F. R.' Swan, E.' 

Hill, F. P.« Woodhams, G. R.' 

Howard, W. G.« W'oodhOuse, \V. A.' 



Service Candidates. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Dver, G. H.^ Kirkham, C. D.^ 

Fulford, S.* Wickens, R. P.* 



MAlKUl LAI ION" 



387 



Theological Colleges. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 



Bradney, S. 
Glover, j. D. 
Holden,'j. A. 



Mason, B. W. 
Sev, K. 
Wvers, H. 



NEWCASTLE DIVISION. 

SEPTEMBER, 1919. 

Division 1 (in order of merit) 

Meek, T. H., awarded the University Medical 

Scholarship. Todd, T. D. 

Keenlyside, R. Liddell, J. 



Division 2 (in alphabetical order) 



The following satisfied 
Aitchison, G. 
Allen. D. 
Allison, T. 
Angus, D. G. 
Armatage, I. 
Baily, G. D. M. 
Baimsfather, W. 
Baston, A. 
Bell, J. 

Belmont, T. A. 
Blavlock. A. F. 
Boland, S. E. 
Bowman, W. 
Brennan, H. 
Brown, A. 
Carse, J. 
Chantler, J. H. 
Cheverton, R. L. 
Childs, E. 
Collins, W. J. 
Cook, R. 
Craggs, E. F. 
Curry, S. 
Daniels, E. W. 
Davis, J. 
Dixon, H. 
Elliott, N. 
Elliott, W. K. 
Ewart, D. 
Forster, L. 



the Examiners :- 



Fotheringham, A. 
Froude, J. F. 
Garson, J. R. 
Gibson, D. 
Giles, N. R. 
Glendenning, H. 
Hails, C. W. 
Hall. J. C. 
Hanson, G. R. 
Heads, F. G. 
Hebson, G. 
Heckles, M. S. 
Henrv, G. C. 
Heppell, L. T. D. 
Hinchcliffe, E. 
Holme, R. E. 
Ingram, H. V. 
Irvine, E. , 
Jones, G. 
Keir, W. 
Kennedy, P. R. 
Kernohan, W. H. 
Law, K. A. W. 
Laws, T. 
Levy, H. 
Lishman, F. 
Lorriman, F. J. 
Lothian, I. K. 
^laclagan, E. 
Marshall, F. W. 



388 



MATKICri.A riON. 



Miller, J. A. 
Moselev, E. H. 
Naismith, J. J. D. 
Ogdcn. J. M." 
Paterson, G. \V. 
Pepper, W. G. S. 
Pinchard, I. 
Pirie, W. 
Punshon, G. 
Pvle. H. W. 
RanR. E. J. 
Richardson, D. 
Ritson, M. I. 
Roberts. J. 
Rollo, L. M. 
Robinson. J. B. 
Russell. G. 
Russell. R. 
Rust. F. P. 
Scott. ]. M. 



Shad forth, F. T. 
Smith. J. H. 
Southren. W. I., 
Sparrow. 11. G. 
Spence, J. C. 
Steel, E. 
Stobbs, J. A. 
Stokoe, J. 
Stonier, S. C, 
Teasdale, B. I. 
Thornhill, W. M. 
Tutin, f. 
V'autjhan, R. F. 
Walker. E. F. D.. 
Walker, O. N. 
Watson, G. R. C. 
Webster, D. J. I. 
Wilson. R. H. 
Young, N. B. 



NEWCASTLE DIVISION. 



JL'LY, 1920. 



The following satisfied the Examniers in six required 
subjects and are qualified to matriculate and read for Degrees 
as stated : — 



Armstynnn C-ilire.''- 

Adams. H.J. {Naval Architecture). 
Allan. H. B. (Pure Science). 
Branksev. H. D. (Pure Science). 
Carr. D.' (--ir^s). 
Carswell. C L. (Arts). 
Cowell, J. (Arts). 
Dinning. J. L. (Commerce). 
Donald. R. S. (Engineering). 
Dowson, P (Pure Science). 
Fell, D. J. M. (Mining). 
Forsyth, G. H. (Engineeritu;, or 

Naval Architecture). 
Gledson, W, R. (Engineerinn). 
Graham, A. (Pure Science). 
Greener. G. (Pure Science). 



Gregory, J. (Engineering). 
Harle, F. {Commerce). 
Hardie, O. (Pure Science). 
Hinton, T. C. (Agriculture). 
Hodgson, R. (Pure Science). 
Hunter, E. S. (Arts). 
Jolly, J. R. O. (Engineering). 
Lee, G. G. (Pure Science). 
Lloyd. W. (Pure Science). 
Mullens, H. H. (Engineering) 
Oppenheim, J. E. (Eng.). 
Palmer. B. L (Engineering). 
Park, R. M. (Mining). 
Piisworth. N. J\. (Eng.). 
PlevJn,W. K. (Pure Science) 



MATRICULATION'. 389 

Purves, G. (Pure Science} Wutkins, \.S. (Eus-). 

Reav, R. D. P. (P«re5c.). VVatkins. H. B. (Arts). 

Reid. C. H. (Pure Sc). Watson, L. (Mining). 

Sellers. W. (Coimne>ce]. Weidon. J. (Pure Science). 

Shaddock. W. T. (£Mg.). White. S. [Engineering). 

Smith. A. L. H. (Ewe.). . Whitle, R. C. (Pt<r£ 5c.) 

Thompson, F. S. (Arts) Wildman, W. C. (Mining). 

Thompson. G. I.. (Pure ScA Wilkinson, T. G. (Pure Sc). 

Thompson. H. M. (PMj-f Sc). Wright. K. C. (Arts). 

Thompson. J. H. (Asrir) Waddell. R. A {Pure Sc). 



College oj Medicine. 

Birk, H. (Medicine). Hinds. \^'. (Medicine). 

Clark, G. G. (Medicine}. Purvis. M. S. (Medicine). 

Davidson, J. B. (Medicine). Phillips. iVI. A. (Medicine). 

Fulthorpe. W. L. {Medicine). Spark. N. (Medicine). 

Gibson. P. (Medicine). Tnlloh, E. P. (IMedicme). 

Hollidav, J. T. (Medicine). Woodhouse, J. Y. (Medicine). 



Suppleinentar-s' List. 

I'he tollowmg satisfied the Examiner? in subjects as 
stated ; — 

A rmstrong College. 

Adams, D. (Latin). 

Ainley, G. E. (English History). 

Aird, L. (Mathematics. Latin). 

Backhouse. K. (Mathemaiics. Eni;l!sh History). 

Bramble, H. (Extra Mathematics). 

Charleson. A. (Latin). 

Cone}-, A. (English History, French). 

Cook.'G. A. K. (Extra Mathematics). 

Deans, E. S. (Mathematics, Latin). 

Dunlop, J. (Mathematics. English History, French). 

Goundrv, H. B. (Extra Mathematics). 

Grahain-Simpson. A. 1-. (Mathematics). 

Grev. A. (Enelish, English Histnrv). 

Heslop. R. (Extra .Maths.. Exp. Sci-rnce). 

Hinchcliffe. E. (Extra Mathemaiics. Mechanics). 

Houston. E. W. (Extra Mathematics. French). 

Little. E. P. (Extra Matlicmalics. Geography). 

Middleton, D. |. (Latin). 

RoUo. L. :M. (Latin). 

Swindsle. E. H. {Extra Mathematics. iL'story and 

Ge 'grafhv. PJivsics). 
Tappin, L. (Extra Mathematics). 
Watton. G R. C. (M-^chantcs). 

\MIkinson. \". (Mathematics, English History, Geography) 
2b 



390 ENTRANCE EXA:^II\ATI0\ IN MUSIC. 

ENTRANCK EXAMINATION IN MUSIC. 

OCTOBER, 1919 

Examiners. — P. J. Heawood, H. Ellershaw, C. F. Herdener, 
A. Robinson. 

The {ollowing satisfied the Examiners : — 

Brockless, G. F. Mendham. G. L. 

JANUARY, 1920. 
The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Chandler, A. T. Hsborne. G. H. 

Moore, E. A. 



JUNE, 1^20. 

The following satisfied the Examiners : — 

Adamson, T. ?*lacshane, A. H. 

Davies, G. Murray, H. 

Evans, G. S. Pfafl. P. R. 

Hackett, H. Porter, A. M. D. 

Hetherington, J. G. -Priter, M. J. 

Horner, J. A. Taylor, R. 

Hughes, H. Thomas, E. M. 

Inglis, W. - Westbury, F. T. 
Lee, R. 



DEGREES CONFERRED AND LICENCES 
GRANTED IN 1919-1920. 

September 20th. 1919. 
D.Sc. 
^^'ootlhead, Samuel Alliiison, Arms. 

D.Mus. 
Hare, Haydon William. 
Rendell, Ernest James. 
^\'eedon, Ada Florem e. 
Woledge, Harrv Radcliffe. 

B.D. 
Weeks, Charles Albert. 
W'igglesworth, Harold Ernest. 

M.A. 

Ayscough, Harold Harper, Non-CoU. 

M.Sc. 
Meek, Edith Mary, Anns. 
W^allace, Thomas, Arms. 
Webster. George Gordon Wood, Arms. 

B.Mus. 
Head, Robert. 
Lang, Craig Sella r. 
Thomson, William Archibald Aitken. 
Walker. Edward Herbert Stratton. 
Warner, William Edwards. 
Weigall, Cvril Townsend. 

L.Th. 
Firth, John. 

D.Sc. (l)i (ihsciitia). 
Smith, Harold, Arms. 
M.A. (to be coufcrved at Fomah Bay). 
French, Thomas Silvanus, F. Bay. 
M.A. (to be conferred at Codrington). 
Jones, Samuel Benjamin, Codr. 

M.CoM. (in absentia). 
Soliman, Girgis, Arms. 

B.A. (tn absentia). 
Loughton, Joseph, Hatf. 
Dedeke, Theodosius Daniel Olinvole, F. Bay. 

D.P.H. 
Patterson, Thomas Charles. 



39* GRANTED IN" l()ig. 

Tke folLowinj; lia\infj been duly noininated liy Senate under 
Stntute 66 were apjuiinted Proctors for tlie ensuing academical 
year by tlie \'ice-Chancellor : — 

Senior Proctor. — James Acworth Menzies, M. A., IVI.D. 

Junior Prortor. — Percy John Heawood, M.A. 

Edward George Puce, AI. \., B.D., having been nominated 
to represent Convocation on the Council of the Durham Colleges 
for a period of three years, was declared duly elected. 

October 28th. 1919. 

Hon. D.D. 
The Rt. Rev. Charles Gore. 

D.Sc. 
BoAvtlen. Ivdward. Anns. 

M.Sc. 
Champness, P3d\vard Leslie, Arms. 
Haddon. Cuthl)ert Leslie, Arms. 

R.A. 
Archibald. David .Mexander. Hatf. 

B.Mus. 
Bark, Lancelot Gerrard. 
Macleod. Hermann. 

L.Th. 
Mitchell, William Maurice Harper. 
Morgan, Leslie Harold, St. Chad's. 
Rawnslc}'. James, St. Johii's.. 
^^"ood. Harold Edward, St. John's. 

B.A. (ill absentia). 
Sodipe, Stephen .Akiwumi Lerunwon, F. Bay. 

L.Th. {hi ahscntia). 
Leplastrier, Henry Charles. 



Decembkk 9th. 1919. 

Hon. D.D. 
Linton, Jtimes Henry, St. John's. 
Hon. D.D. (to be conferred at Codrington). 
Anstey, .Arthur Henry. -. 

M.D. 
Pennefather, Claud Maxwell, Med. 

D.Mus. 
Sargent, Harold Malcolm. 



DEGREES CONFERRED AND LICENCES 393 

.M.A. 

Brerelon, Eric Hugh, Univ. 
Brown, Cecil, St. John's. 
Cannell, Robert John, 5/. John's. 
Carter. Alfred Walton, Half. 
Cooper, Carey, St. Chad's. 
Davison, Richard George, Univ. 
Dixon. Dorothy, Arms. 
Dixon, ^^■]lliam Matthew, Half. 
Foster, Lowas. Non-Coil. 
Ganderton, Henry Yorke, St. John's 
Gooding, Hilton Greenidge, Codr. 
Johnson. Eva \\'ad3v,orth. Arms. 
Lee, Thomas Arnold. Hatf. 
Lister, George Muschamp, 5/. John's, 
Morgan, /Mfred Thomas, St. John's. 
Mould, David Henry Stanlev, Univ. 
Terry, Marian, Home. 

iN'I.LlTT. 

Dann, Frederick Edwin, Bede. 

B.A. {in lift, ant.) 

Bairstow, Horace, Hatf. 

Brunning. Ernest Richard, St. Chad's. 

Butterworth, Joseph, St. Chad's. 

Coulthard, William, Univ. 

Danks, Frank Atkinson, Hatf. 

Dru, Alphonse Edward, Non-Coil. 

Hudson, Thomas William Cecil. Non-Coil. 

John, Uel Magnus. F. Bay. 

Moore, Percival Spencer, St. John's. 

Paget, Arthur Gordon Westwood, St. Chad's. 

Roome, James Vesey, St. Chad's. 

Salt, Arthur Lewis Gardner, St. Chad's. 

Taylor, William Frank Ojumiri, F. Bay. 

Tulloch, John M'inter. Univ. 

B.A. (other than in litt. ant.) 

Cuthbertson, Audrev, Arms. 
Richardson, Winifred, Home. 

B.Sc. 

Burn, Walter Scott, Arms. 
Dimmock, Geoffrey Frederick, Arms. 

B.CoM. 
Rainbow, William Stanlc}-, Arms. 



394 GRANTED IN IQIQ. 

L.Th. 
Dewhurst. Bertram llockiiifis, Non-Coil. 
Farrar, Shirrass Raymoiul, Half. 
Johnson, Kenneth Addison. 
Kingston, Ernest Victor. 
T.nkc, William Victor Cecil. 
Li^, Albert William. 
Rletford. Cuthbert George Seymour. 
Quarmby. Rupert Llewellyn. 

Dip.Th. 
Davison, Kichard George, Univ. 
Dawe, Ernest Leslie, Univ. 
Ganderton, Henry Yorke, St. John's. 
Henderson. Richard Maitland, St. Chad's. 
Lister, George Muschamp, St. John's. 
Preston, John Howard, St. John's. 

Dip. For. Langs. 
Barlow, Alice Askew, 5/. Mary's. 

1\I.A. {in absentia). 
Gill, William Bridson, Univ. 

B.A. (in absentia). 
Lanihun, Isaac Mofolorumso, F. Bay. 

B.A. {to be conferred at Fourah Bay.) 
Aiyedun, William Omotunji, F. Bay. 
Kuforiji, Cornelius Benjamin Akirinola, F. Bay. 
Kuye, William Robert Babatunde, F. Bay. 

L.Th. {during absence on Military Service). 
Guardabassi, Victor Albert. Half. 

L.Th. {in absentia). 
Hall, Bernard Parker. 
Parr, Gordon Edward. 



February 3rd, 1920. 

B.Sc. 
Dodds, Roger, Arms. 

L.Th. 
Camm, Arthur Hobhouse Ashworth, St. John's. 
Wyatt, Ferdinand Henfy. 

L.Th. (in absentia.) 
Moore, Arthur George. 



DEGREES CONFERRED AND LICENCES 395 

March 27th. 1920. 
M.D. 
Nattrass, Frederick John, Med 
Reah, Henry, Med. 

M.D. (Practitioners) 
Edwards, Charles. 
Fyfe, David. 
Livingston. John. 
Murray, Richard Galway. 

D.Hy. 
Rowel!. William Henrv, Med. '[^ 

M.A. 
Agbebi, Ephraim Michael Ekundayo, F.Bay. 
Giibertson. Florence Isabel, Arms. 

]M.LlTT. 

Tyrrell, Grace Mary, Arms. 

B.C.L. ' 

Agbebi, Ephraim Michael Ekundayo, F.Bay. 

M.B. 
Anderson. Tom Hugh Ronald, Med. 
Arnold, Paige Canney, Med. 
Beattie, Neil Robertson, Med. 
Braine. John Francis Carter, Med. 
Brown, Robson Christie, Med. 
Hetherington. John. Med. 
Hurrell, George, Med. 
Newman, Carl Damien, Med. ' 
Patterson, Arthur, Med. 

B.A. {in litt. ant.) 
Cartman, Frank James, Univ. 
Cribb, Charles Theodore, Univ. 

B.Hy. :-^-^^ • -^ ' ; '- 
Scott, Sidney, Med. 
Towers, Arthur Henry, Med. 

B.S. 

Anderson, Tom Hugh Ronald, Med. 
Arnold, Paige Canney, Med.' 
Beattie, Neil Robertson. Med. 
Braine, John Francis Carter, Med. 
Brown, Robson Christie, Med. 
Hetherington. John, Med. :^!-i 

Johnson, James Dixon, Med. 
Newman, Carl Damien, Med. 



396 GRANTED IN I()20. 

L.Th. 
Masters, Frank Matthews. 

L.D.S. 
LiddcU. James Leslie, Med. 

D.P.H. 
Scott, Sidney, Med. 
Towers, Arthur Henry, Med. 

B.D. (in absentia). . 
Pemberton, James Collins, Codr. 
B.A. [to be conferred at Codrington). 
Dean, Richard Allan, Codr. 



June 29th, 1920. 
HON. D.D. 



Davies, The Rev. Professor Thomas Witton. 
Hay, The Right Rev. Robert Snowdon. 
Howells, The Rev. Adolphus Williamson {in 
absentia). 

HON. D.C.L. 

Shortt, The Right Hon. Edward, K.C. 
Bedford, Major General Sir Walter George 

Augustus, K C.M.G., C.B. 
Stafford, The Rev. John Thomas Wardle. 
Morison, Sir Theodore, K.C.S.I., K.C. I.E. 
Cochrane, Mr. Cecil Algernon. 

HON'. D.Sc. 
Stoney^ Professor George Gerald. 

HON. D.LiTT. 

Inge, The Very Rev. William Ralph. 
Coulton, Mr. George Gordon. 

HON. M.A. 

Fraser-Smith, Mr. Edwin William Frederick. 
Gahan,.The Rev. Horace Stirling Townsend. 
North, The Rev. Frank William. 
Williams, Mr. Charles. 

D.D. ' 
Phillips, Charles Stanley. 

M.D. 
Irving, George, Med. 



DEGREES COMFERRED AND LICENCES 397 

M.D. (Practitioners). 

Adamson, James Weeden Woodhanis. 

France, William Henry. 

Taylor. William Benjamin Batchelor. 

D.Sc. 
Brown, John Coggin. Anns. 
Lawson, Roliert William, Arms. 
Weyman, Geoftrey, Arms. 

D.Mus. 
Staton, John Frederic. 

B.D. 

Burrows, Osbert Mordaiint, St. Chad's. 

Hunt, Bernard PattesonWathen Stather, Non-Coil. 

Nash, John Reginald, Half. 

M.A. 
Anderson, Edward, Arms. 
Booth. James, Non-Coil. 
Bush, Edwin, St. John's, 
Couch, Ernest Ambrose, Half. 
Dawe, Ernest Leslie, Univ. 
Gray, Kate, Home. 
Greenwood, Bertram Thomas, Univ. 
Hughes, William Roberts. St. John's. 
Hume-Smith, Alexander, Non-Coil. 
Hunter, Phyllis Marion, Arms. 
Jackson, Alfred Herman, Univ. 
Jenson, Janet Amos, Arms. 
Johnson, Thomas Sparshott, 5^;. John's. 
Jones, Thomas Pugh, Non-Coil 
Jones, Walter Franlv. Non-Coil. ~ 
Kelland, Alban Joseph, St. John's. 
Lumlev, Elizabeth Woodhouse, Arms. 
Maddrell, Henry, St. John's. 
Middlemass, Robina, Home. 
Morris, George Percival, Non-Coil. 
Peterkin, Lionel Denis, Codr. 
Reffell, George Claudius Edowoo, Univ. 
Thompson, Gurney Montacute Campbell, F.Bay. 
Turner, Arnold Neville, St. Chad's. 
Warner, Arthur Hugh, St. John's. 
Warwick, Gilbert Henry Wallace, St. Chad's. 
Webb, Frederick Reginald, St. John's. 
Wilson, Agnes Doris Louisa, Arms. 
Wood, Norman, Arms. 
Wykes, William Mackman, Hatf. 
Youna, Maud Chaston, Arms. 



39^ GRANTKD IN I920. 



M.S. 
Hiiworth. J.imcs KriiwortliN' Jdlinsto'i, Med. 

M.Sr. 
Bibb\-, .\iigust!ne Sanniel, Anus. 
Chow, Kun Lian, Arms. 
Jorgensen. Olga Marion, Arms. 
^ladgwick, Edwin, .4rms. 
Moore. Robert Alfred, Arms. 
Oyston. Harry. Arms. 
Sayburn. Matthew James. Arms. 
Sen-Gupta, Nagendra Nath, Arms. 
Taylor, Edward McKenzie, Arms. 
Taylor, Lionel Theos. Arms. 
Watson, William. Arms. 
Wheldon. Robert William. Arms. 

M.LlTT. 

Davi.son, Harold .\rfaest. Hide. 

B.C.L. 
Thompson, Gurney Montacute Campbell, F.Bay. 

M.B. 

Armstrong, Charles Nathaniel, Med. 

Basham, John Edmund, Med. 

Brumwell, John, Med. 

Dagger, Eric Cresswell, Med. 

Davidson, Samuel Whately, Med. 

Erdberg, Mark Julius, Med. 

Girgis, Ibrahim. Med. 

Graham, Alfred Stoddart, Med. 

Gray, Kate. Med. 

Griffiths, Mary Louise, Med. 

Hall, George,' Med. 

Herbst, Margaret Barbara, Med. 

Holmes, Dorothy, Med. 

Holtby, Harold, Med. 

Jaffe, Henry Norman, Med. 

Jones, Edith Catherine Morris, Med. 

Kirk, Thomas Hobson, Med. 

Raw, May, Med. 

Smith, Henrv Rochester, Med. 

Stenhouse, Alice Mary, Med. 

Stonehouse, James, Med. 

Watts, Kathleen Mary ^'eldon, Med. 

Weston. Arthur Guy, Med. 

Williamson, Edith Short, Med. 

Woodman, Athelstan, Med. 



DEGREES Ct.^MM;i<Ki;D A .\ H I.ICEM'KS 399 

B.S. 

Armstrong, Charles Nathaniel. Med. 

Brumwell, John. Med. 

Dagger. Eric Cresswell, Med. 

DaAadson, Samuel Whately, Mrd. 

Erdberg. Mark Julius. Med. 

Graham. Alfred Stoddart, Med. 

Gray, Kate, Med. 

Griffiths, Mary Louise. Med. 

Hall, George, Med. 

Holmes, Dorothy, Med. 

Holtby, Harold,' Med. 

Hurrell. George, Med. 

Jatle, Henry Norman. Med. 

Jones. Edith Catherine Morris, Med. 

Kirk, Thomas Hobson. Med. 

Pla\ fair-Robertson. Home Alexander, Med. 

Raw. May, Med. 

Smith, Henry Rochester, Med. 

Stenhouse, Alice Mary, Med. 

Stonehoi:se. James, Med. 

Watts, Kathleen Mary Welclon, Med. 

^^■eston, Arthur Guy, Med. 

Woodman, Athelstan, Med. 

B.A. {in Hit. ant.) 

Bishop, Walter Henry, 5/. John's. 
Blood, Arthur Gordon, St. Chad's. 
Boden, John Posnett, St. Chad's. 
Butler, Leslie Illingworth, St. Chad's. 
Cockell, Clement. St. John's. 
Dobson. Henry Walker, St. John s. 
Duncan, James Nevile, St. John's. 
Frisby. Geoflrey, St. Chad's. 
Goode, Alfred Edward, St. John's. 
Gunton. Ernest Frederick, St. John's. 
Howard. Charles Stanley Allan, Non-Cnll. 
Hudson, Leslie Arthur, Non-Coil. 
Langhorne, Edward Herbert, St. Chad's. 
Latham, Mortimer Cecil, St. John's. 
Mosby, John Edward George, Hxtf. 
Parkin, John Edwin, Non-Coli. 
Quick, Douglas Edward, St. J'dni's. 
Roberts. Roland Harry William. St. Chad's. 
Rowlands, Evan William, St. John's. 
Sargent, William Abraham, St. John's. 
Schwabe, Henry Karl, St. John's. 
Scott, Colin Francis, St. Chad's. 
Shepherd, Alfred, St. John's. 



400 GRANlliJ) IN 192O. 

Stamp, Pliilip. St. Chad's. 
Tomson, Marjorie, St. Mary's. 
Wanlle, Harry, Univ. 
Warr, Joseph Gadd, St. John's. 
Waton, Albert Howard, Univ. 
Wood. Harold Edward, 5/. John's. 
Wright, John Nicholson. 5^ Chad's, 

B.A. (other than m litt. ant.) 

Betts. Aenid ^hiriel, .■inns. 

Doull. Enid, Anus. 

Ellis Horace Arthur, Half. 

Fletcher, Grace Ethel Catherine, Aims. 

Footitt, John Martin, .^nns. 

Frankr., Elsie, Arms. 

Garbett, Annie Maude, 5/. Mary's. 

\]\\i, Phyllis, St. Mary's. 

Latham, Elspeth Katharine. .4rms. 

O'Donnell. Margaret Jane. Arms. 

Parmley. Henry. Arms. 

Pellow, Eva Winifred, Arms. 

Reid, Annie Alexander, St. Mary's. 

Robinson, Marv Barron, 5/. Mary's, 

Robson, Thomas Buston, Arms. 

Rochester, Margaret, Arms. 

Rochester, Thomas Anthony. Arms. 

Rothfield, Marcus Leopold, Arms. 

Seddon. Gladys Mona, Arms. 

Tavlor. Eileen Edith. .4rms. 

Thompson, Eleanor Mary, Arms. 

Wade, Margaret Morton, Arms. 

Wdlis, May, Homr. 

\\'yatt. Leonard Charles Kevnes, Univ, 

B.Sc. 

Angus. Arthur William, ."inns. 
Arthur, James Clifford, Arms. 
Baxter. Richard. Arms. 
Calderwood, James, Arms. 
Campbell, Ray, Arms. 
Carrick, Kathleen Mary, Arms. 
Carroll, Thomas Hugh Joseph, A.rms. 
Cheescright, Lionel Sidney, Arms. 
Christophersen, Leif Lee^-^^-ms. 
Clapperton, Arthur Henry, Arms. 
Clark, Ethel Beatrice, Arms. 
Cleminson, John. .4rms. 
Coe, James, Arms. 
Cook, Francis Ainsley, .inns. 



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DEGRKES CONil KKIlD A.\n LICENSES 40I 

Crowe, Thomas Arkle, Arms. 

Culbert. Robert riaude Alexnndf-r, Arms. 

Dixoii, Joseph Laurence, Anns. 

Elhs, George Robson, Arms. 

Faid. WilUam. Arms. 

Fletcher, Alfred, .4rms. 

Garrick, Joseph Alan, Anns. 

Garstcin. Gertrude. Arm.-;. 

Goldstien. Coley, .''h/ms. 

Graber. John Richard, Arms. 

Grev. Percy Howell, Arms. 

Hall. Georwe William. Arms. 

Hamblm. Robert Henry, .inns. 

Hedle\-. Norman. Arms. 

Heslop, Thomas Edward. Arms. 

Hill. Alexander, Arms. 

Hodgson. William Cuthhert. Arms. 

Hope, Catherine Emily, Arms. 

Ir^-ine, Frank Mouat, Arms. 

Ir\'ine, Frederick Robert Anns. 

Kennedy. Howard. .Arms. 

Lynn. John Ocil, Arms. 

Macdonald, Gordon Hav. .Arms. 

Mordne. Elsie. Arms. 

Morlev. Muriel Elizabeth. .Arms. 

Morton. .\da Annie. Arms. 

Osborne. Charles John. Anns. 

Proctor. Roland Faradav. Anns. 

See. Bertha. Arms. 

Shortt. .\rthur, Anns. 

Sonierville, Thomas Bousfield, Arms. 

Steenberg. Frank Sigurd, .Arms. 

Stewart, Corbet Page, Anns. 

Stewart. Jessie. Arms. 

Taylor, John George, Arms. 

Taylor Prudence Trattlcs, .Urns. 

Thomas, Brynmor. .4rms. 

Thompson, Joseph, Arms. 

Torry. Reginald Gordon, Arms. 

Trotter. Frederick !\hirrav. Arms. 

Tweedy. Ivan Marshall, Arms. 

\^'a!ton. Winifred Mary, .Anns. 

Watson. Stephen John, Arms. 

Wayman. Jean, Arms. 

Whitehead, Ernest Edward, .Arms. 

Wilson, Percy Whiston. Arms. 

^^"ood. Robinson Pearson, .Arms. 

Wylam, Birkett, slrms. 

Zachariades, John, Arms. 



402 GK.\.\Ti<;n IN '920. 

p.. My. 

Charles, Hnivst Dewar, Med. 
Pirrie, Ivan Miller, Med. 
Yoviiig. Samuel Knibb, Med. 

B.CoM. 
Thwaites, Arthur Raymond. Atms. 

L.Th. 

Bairstow, Horace, Half. 

Barney, John, St. John's. 

Card, Herbert. 

Cryer, Ernest. 

Dei'^hton, Frank Reginald. 

Duncan, Victor Georj^e. 

Farr, Bertram Richard. 

Forrest-Bell, Fabian Anthony. St. Chad's. 

Lavery. Samuel Georsre. 

Nickson, Ernest. 

Pickering, AJexander Joseph. 

Powell, Fitzhenry Townshend Scudamore. HatJ. 

Price, Frank. 

Thompson, Gurney iMontacute Campbell, F.Bay. 

Thom.son, William Ernest D'Oyly, Haif. 

Wiiggett, Arthur Calvert. 

Dip.Th. (Diploma in Theology). 

Bush, Edwin, St. John's. 
Cooksley, Frank Robert, St. John's. 
Fnsby, Geoffrey, St. Chad's. 
Grieves, Alfred Theodore, Univ. 
Ki'lland, Alban Joseph, St. John's. 
Mosby, John Edward George, Hatf. 
Roberts. Roland Harry William, St. Chad's. 
1 urner, Arnold Neville, St. Chad's. 
Warwick, Gilbert Henry Wallace St. Chad's. 
Wykes, William Mackman, Hatj. 

Diploma i.v the Theory and Practice of Teaching. 

Cresswell, Patti, Arms. 
Dodds, Winifred, 5/. Mary's. 
Nicholson, Marjorie Ellen, Home. 
Orton, John, Hatf. » 

Spraggon, Hannah May. St. Mary's. 

Diploma in Public Health. 

Charles, Ernest Dewar, Med. 
Pirrie, Ivan Miller, Med. 
Young, Samuel Knibb, Med. 



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DEGREES CONFERRED AND LICENCES GRANTED, 403 

Licence in Dental Surgery. 

Olswang, Montague, Med. 
Reed, Gainsford, Med. 

M.A. (in absentia). 
Jemniotte, Allan Maxwell Butill. Cody. 
Patrick, Alexander, Univ. 

M.Sc. (in absentia). 
Brodie, Neal, Arm^. 

B.Sc. (i7i absentia). 
David, Anvanandam, Anns. 

B. A. (to bf fonferycd at Fm<rah Bay). 

Forde, Henrv Lemuel. F.Bay. 

Marke. Frank Bright F.Bav. , . 

Mr. William Robert Henry Graj-. M.A., having been 
nominated to represent Convocation on the Council of the 
Durham Colleges for a period of three vears was declared duly 
elected . 

The following having been duly nominated by Senate under 
Statute 66, were appointed Proctors for the ensuing academical 
year by the Chancellor ■ — 

Senior Proctor. — James Acworth Menzies .MA., M.D. 

Junior Proctor : — Percy John Heawood, M.A. 



40 1 OFFICKRS. 

DURHAM D I V I S U^ N 



I'rcsidcnl of Coiiiuil. 

John Stapvi.ton Grev Pemberton, .M.A., D.C.L. 

Vici'-Prt'sidenfs of the Cornicil. 

Frank Byron Jevons, M.A., D.LiTT. 

Percv John Heawood. M.A. 

The CoHiicil of Hie Dtirluini Colleges. 
The Dean and Chapter of Dirham. 
The Master of University College, 
The Master of Hatfikld roi.i.iuiE. 
The Treasirkr. 
The Professor of Hebrew. 
The Professor of Mathema iks. 
The Professor of Mi sic. 
The Censor of Unattached .Stl dents. 
The Principal of St. Chad's Colleger 
The Principal of St. John's College. 
The Principal of St. Mary's College. 
John Stapvlton Grey Pemberton, M.A., D.C.L.* 
Henry Edwin Perens, M.A.:;; li 

WiLLiAiM Robert Henry Gray, M.A.* 
Charles Frederick Herdenkr, M.A. J 
William Douglas Lowe, D.S.O., M.C., M.A.f 
Rev. Kdward George Pace, M.A., B.D.f 
Arthir Robinson, M.A., D.C.L. * 

Secretary of the Council. 
Rev. Charles Steel Wallis, M..\. 

Muster of I'nivcrsity College. 
Rev. Henry Ellekshaw, M.A. 

Master of Hatfield College. 
Frank Byron Jeyons, M.A., D.Litt. 

Principal of .St. Chad's College. 
Rev. Stephen Richard Platt MtULSDALE, M..^., B.D. 

Principal of St. John's College. 
l\Fv. Charles Steel Wallis, M.A. 

Principal of Bede College. 
Rev. Donald Jones, B.D. 






OFFICERS. 405 

Principal of Si. Marys College. 
Rachel Eleanor Duff Donaldson, M.A. 

Censor of Unattached Stnrleiits {IVoti-Collegiate). 
Rev. John Hall How, M.A. 

Censor of Home Students ( Women). 
Kathleen Lambley, M.A. 

Praelector. 
Rev. Edward George Pace, M.A., B.D. 

Secretary of Examinations. 
Arthir Robinson, M.A., D.C.L. 

Treasurer. 
Frederick William Ritson, M.A. 

Auditor. 
Herbert Salisbury Squance, M.A., F.C.A 



REGULATIONS OF THE DURHAM COLLEGES. 
TITLE I. 

OF ADiNHSSION 

I. — Candidates for admission as students in Arts shall be 
required to pass the Matriculation examination in such subjects 
as Council shall from time to time determine. The examination 
shall be conducted b\- examiners appointed bv the Council 
of the Dm-Jiam Colleges. 

2. - Anv student oi the University of Durham who has passed 
the Final Examination for the Licence in Theology, and has 
produced, if requited, satisfactory lestimoniais of character, 
shall be admissible as a stutleiit in Arts. 

Anj'one wlio has coin;>leted a Cvuuse of study and examinations 
qualifying' him for the Licence in Theology at any of the following 
Theological Colleges: —St. Aidan's, St. Augustine's, Burgh, 
Chichester, Curiibrae, Dt)rche--ter, Edinburgh, Gloucester, High- 
bury, Islington, Jamaica, St. John's College (Armidale, N.S.W.), 
Lichfield, Lincoln, Moore College (Sydney), Queen's College 
(St. John's, Xevvfoundland), .Salisbur\-, -Selwyn College (Dunedin), 

* Till 1923. t Till xmi. \ Till i<)^i. 
26 



406 ni'UHAM (.OM.Kl'.F.S. 

Truro, W'armiiisier, Bishop Wilson School (Isle of Man), the 
Theological Departnieiit of King^'s College, London, or Ihe 
Theological Department of Queen's College, Birmingham, and 
has produced satisfactory testimonials of character, shall be 
admitted as a student in Arts, provided that at the time of his 
course such college was connected with the University. Such a 
student, in order to keep terms, must have been admitted to the 
Licence in Theolog\' either before or in the course oi' his first term 
of residence as a student in Arts. 

3. — Any student of the Univ-ersity of Durham, who has passed 
the examination for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, and has 
produced, if required, satisfactory testimonials of character, 
shall be admissible as a student for the Diploma in Theology. 

4. — Anyone who has passed the examination for the d<?gree of 
B.A., or any higher degree, at another Universit\', and has 
produced satisfactory testimonials of character, shall be admissible 
as a student for the Diploma in Theology, provided that the 
examination for that degree is of a character similar to that 
required at this University. 

5. — Candidates for admission as Students in Music must have 
previously satisfied examiners appointed by the Council in 
the prescribed subjects of examination, unless they have passed 
an examination recognised as equivalent. 



TITLE n. 

OF THE LICENSING OF HALLS AND HOUSES FOR THE RECEPTION 
OF STUDENTS. 

I. — Halls and Houses may be openeil tor the I'eception of 
students by licence from the Council of the Durham Colleges. 

2. — No such licence shall be granted unless the Hall or House 
is under the immediate care of a Master or other chief officer, of 
the degree of Master of Arts at least. The Master, or other 
chief officer, may or may not be assisted by a Council. The 
President of the Council of the Durham Colleges shall either be 
Visitor of any such Hall or House, or preside in it, according 
to the terms of the licence. 

3. — The buildings shall in every case be described, and the 
conditions stated, in the licence, which shall be null and void 
if the buildings be changed, or if any of the conditions be 
disregarded. 

4.— Any licence may be revoked, and any Master or other 
officer may be removed by the Council of the Durham Colleges ; 
an appeal being in every case open to the Visitor, 



DURHAM COLLEGES. 407 

TITLE III. 

OF DISCIPLINE. 

I. — 111 Diirliain the public Divine Services of the University 
shall be those of the Cathedral, but attendance at such services 
shall not be reckoned for the purpose of keeping term. A record 
of the attendance of resident members of the University in s/atii 
pupillari at Morning Chapel on week-days shall be kept, but 
such a Service shall not be reckoned as one of the occasions upon 
which attendance is required for the keeping of term as provided 
in Title IV. 

2. — The resident members of the University shall wear such 
academical dress as shall be appointed by Senate in all public 
places between the hours of 8.45 a.m and i p.m. and after dusk 
and at the services of the Cathedral. 

3. — No resident member of the University who is in statu 
pupillari, and who is a resident member of any recognised 
College, Hall, or House, shall reside outside its precincts Save 
by leave of the Head of the College, Hall, or House. 

4. — Men students for the Degree of B.A. must reside either 
in a College or Hall, or with parents or guardians in the Cit)' 
of Durham or elsewhere, or, provided they are not less than 
twenty-three years of age, in some house or lodging approved 
by the Praelector and the Censor of Unattached Students. 

5. — The residence of women students attending lectures in 
Durham shall be kept either {a) in St. Mar}''s College, or (b) 
with parent or friend approved b}' the Council of the Durham 
Colleges, or (r) in St. Hild's College, Durham. 

6. — The gates of every College, Hall, or House, shall be shut at 
night-fall ; and an account shall be kept of all students who go in 
and out after that time. 

TITLE IV. 

OF KEEPING TERMS IN DURHAM. 

I. — Save as provided in the following paragraph, no student 
shall be certified by the Praelector to have kept any term 
who has not attended upon all required occasions on forty week 
days between the first and last Mondays in term (both inclusive). 

A student who has commenced keeping term shall not be held 
to have lost any days in that term on which he may have been 
excused from attendance by Council, or may, on the evidence 
of a medical certificate accepted by the Praelector, have been 
prevented by illness from attendance. 

2. — If a Member of the L^niversity has been prevented by illness 
or other urgent cause from keeping any term, that term may be 
granted by grace of Senate on the proposal of the Council, 
provided that not more than one term be so granted to any 
individual in any one academical year. 



4o8 DIKHA.M lOLMii;i:S. 

3. — At lilt" Olid o\ tei'in tlie Praeleclor siiall issuo coitilK'ntos 
of having' kept I he term lo those students who are then taking 
degrees, ami lo other students at the beginning of the following 
term. 

TITLE V. 

OF ATTENDANCE AT LECTL'RF.S. 

I. — Every Member of the University shall be admissible to anv 
lecture in the ordinary course of instruction, on paj'ing the 
terminal tuition fee. 

2. — An)- person, whether he be a member of the University or 
not, mav be admitted by leave of tlie Council and subject to the 
approval of the Lecturer to attend any particular course of 
lectures, on iJav'ing to the chest of the Durham Colleges such fee 
as the Council shall direct. 

3. — The Professor, Reader, or Lecturer, shall in every case have 
the power of excluding an\' person from his class, subject lo an 
appeal to the Council of the Durham Colleges. 

TITLE VI. 

OF THE PRESIDENT. 

1. — The President shall be elected at the first meeting of 
Council in the Easter Term, and shall enter upon his office 
on the first day of the Long A'acation. He .shall hold office 
for a period of five years and shall be eligible for re-election. 
Should the President vacate office during the rourse of an 
academical year his successor shall be appointed for the 
remainder of that year. 

2. — There shall be a Senior and a Junior Vice-President, 
appointed from among members of Council by the President, 
to hold office for one academical year, one of whom shall 
preside at meetings of the Council in his absence. They shall 
also exercise such other of his powers as he may from time 
to time request them to perform. 

3. — The President, or in his absence a Vice-Presideiit 
nominated by him shall preside at Collections. 

4. — The President shall have power to dispense any member 
of the teaching staff from lecturing for brief periods in cases of 
urgency, and temporarily to sanction any arrangements that 
may be necessitated thereby. 

5. — The President shall be the Visitor of any Hall or House 
opened by Licence of the Council. ' 

6. — The President may, on application from the Head of a 
House, Hostel, or body of Unattached Students in the Durham 
Division, rusticate or (with the approval of Council) expel a 
student guilty of misconduct. 



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DURHAM (.U>M.KC;KS. 409 

7. — The President shall be an ex-officio member and Chairman 
of (a) the Board of Curators of the Library, (h) the Board of 
Curators of the Museum, (c) the Board ot Curators of the 
Observatory, and shall, if present, preside at the meetings of 
these Boards. 

8. — The President shall be ex-officio a member and Chairman 
of all Committees of Council. 

9. — In matters which are not provided for by the Regulations 
of the Council, and m which action is necessary before Council 
can be consulted, the President shall have power to act on behalf 
of Council, and shall inform Council of the action he has taken. 

10.— The President, or in his absence a Vice-President, shall 
have an ordinary and a casting vote at all meetings at which 
he presides. 

TITLE \TI. 

OF THE CEN.SOR OF I'N.ATTACHED STUDENTS. 

1. —The Censor of Unattaclied Students shall be responsible tor 
the gfeneral care and discipline of men Students in residence 
in the Durham Division ot the University, who are not attached 
to any Colleg'e or Hall, and shall be paid such stipend as the 
Council may determine ; such .Students shall be termed Xon- 
Coileg-iate Students. 

2. — He shall be responsible for receiviuiJ' the names and exam- 
ining' the te.stimonials and certificates ot candidates tor acimissikin 
as Non-Collegiate Students. 

3. —He shall, at the beg'inning ot each term, send to tlie Secretary 
of the Council a list of Non-Collegiate .Students wIk) intend to 
keep that term. 

4. — -In conjunction with the Pr;ielectoi- he shall license houses 
for the reception of Students hi s/n/u pupillari. 

5. — He shall be appointed annually at the first ordinary meeting" 
of Council in Easter Term, and shall be eligible for re-election. 

TITLE VIII. 

OF THE PRAELECTOR. 

I. — There shall be a Praelector appointed by the Council, who 
shall be paid such stipend as the Council may determine. 

2. — He shall be responsible for the arrangements in connection 
with Collections. 

3. — He shall keep the records of a student's attendance at 
Lectures, and shall send such record to the censor to whose 
authority the student is liable. 

4. — He shall issue to students certificates of havnng kept term, 
charging such fees as Coiuicil may froai lime to time appoint. 



4IO niKIIA.M lOI.I.IAlKS. 

3. — In conjunction with the Censor of Unattached Students 
he shall license houses for the reception of students in statu 
puptllari. 

6. — He shall be appointed annually at the first ordinary 
Meeting of Council in Easter Term, and shall be eligible for 
re-election. 

LITLE IX. 

OF THE SECRETARY. 

I. — There shall be a Secretary of the C^ouncil who shall keep 
the Minutes and conduct the correspondence of the Council, 
and shall be paid such .stipend as the Council may determine. 

2. — He shall be responsible for preparing and publishing 
the Lecture Lists. 

3. — He shall, at the beginning of each term, prepare the 
list of students in residence. 

4. — He shall be responsible for the custody of one of the 
two keys by which the Common Seal of the Council is secured. 

3. — He shall receive and deal with applications for the use 
of the Lecture Rooms. 

6. — He shall be appointed annually at the first ordinary 
meeting of the Council in Easter Term, and shall be eligible 
for re-election. 

TITLE X. 

Oy THK LIBRARY, MlSKl'.MS, .VNO OBSERVATORY. 

Sectioti I. — Of the Library. 

i.^Thc Uuiversitv Lilirary shall he under tlu' ciiieii um dI a 
Board of Curators, consisting- dI 

The Prfsicieiil of the Council of tlu- Durliain Collegfes, 

The Professors of Divinity, Cireek, .Mathematics, Hebrew, 
and .Music, 

The Dean of Durham, 

The Librarian, 

Four oilier persons appointetl by the Coimcil of the Durham 
Collejfes, 

.A.nd all members of" the teaching- staff in the Durham Division. 

2. — -Three members shall form a meeting- competent to transact 
business, the President or Librarian being always one. 

3. — The President, or in his absence a chairman appointed 
by the meeting, shall preside, and havgan original and a casting- 
vote. 

4. — The Librarian shall convene the Board once at least in 
every term. 

5. — The Librarian's accounts shall be laid before the Council of 
the Durham Collegfes once a year. 



ULKHAM COLI.ECIES. 4II 

('. — When any books are presented or bequeathed to llie 
University Library, the name of the donor shall be inserted in 
every \olinne so presented, and no such books shall at any time 
be exi-hanjjfed as duplicates or otherwise alienated from the 
Library, save by the vote of three-fourths of those present and 
voting' al a meeting- of the Curators. 

Section IT. — Of the Museums. 

1. — The University Museums shall be under the direction oi a 
Board of Curators, consisting of 

The President of the Council of the Durham Colleges, 

The Dean of Durham, 

And six other persons appointed by the Council of the Durham 
Colleges. 

1- — The President shall nominate annually one of the members 
to act as Treasurer and Secretary- to the Board. 

3. — Three members shall form a meeting competent to transact 
business, the President or Treasurer being always one. 

4. — The President, or in his absence a chairman appointed by 
the meeting, shall preside, and have an original and a casting 
vote. 

5. — The Secretarj- to thejBoard shall convene the Board once 
at least in everv term. 

6. — The Treasurer's accounts shall be laid before the Council 
of the Durham Colleges once a year. 

Set tiou III. — Of the Observatory. 

1. The Observator\- shall be under the direction of a Board of 
Curators, consisting of 

The President of the Council of the Durham Colleges, 

The Director of the Observatory, 

The Professor of Mathematics, 

The Dean of Durham, 

And such other persons* as ma\' be appointed b\- the Council 
oi the Durham Colleges. 

■2- — Three members shall form a meeting competent to transact 
business, the President or the Director, or the Professor of 
Mathematics being always one. 

3- — The President, or in his absence the Professor of Mathe- 
matics, or in their absence the Director, shall preside, and shall 
have an original and a casting vote. 

4- — -The Director shall convene the Board once at least in each 
academical year. 

5. — The Observatory accounts shall be laitl before the Council 
of the Durham Colleges once a vear. 



niJKiiAM toi.i,i:(;i:s. 



412 



6. — The Diiector sliall make an amuial ii'poii lo llie Council on 
the work of the Observaloiy ; such report shall lirst be submitted 
to the Curators. The Curators shall nominate an Observer, to 
be appointed by the Council of the Durham Colleges. 

The Observer shall be iemo\able by the Council. 

The Observer shall reside at the Observatory. 

Section IV. — Of Admission to the Library and Musfeums. 

Members of the University and persons who, ihoujfh not mem- 
bers of the University, pay the sum of one g-uinea annually to the 
Library, shajl be admitted to the Library and Museums under 
such reg-ulations as the Curators may from time to time enact. 



UNIVERSITY COL L li G E 



This College was formed, at the opening- ot the 
University, for the purpose of uniting a system of 
domestic discipline and superintendence with academical 
instruction. The Castle provides accommodation for 
Students within its walls. The Hall of the Castle is 
occupied as a College Hall, and its Chapel as a 
College Chapel. Every Student /;/ sfal'// pupillari 
must reside within the College, unless a dispensation 
to reside elsewhere be granted. 

Master. 
Ri:v. Hhnrv Ellershaw, '\\..\:'\adgl^ 

Censor and Bursar. 
Wir.i.iAM Douglas Lowe, D.S.O., M.C, M.A.' 

Chaplain. 
Rev. Edward Pelham Pestle, M. A.f^i'*'^ 



D.D. 

Brightman, Rev. FVank Edward. 3 Nowell, Rev. William 

Frodsham, Right Rev. George Edward. *fl'/* 

Horsfall.-" Plummer, Rev. Alfred. « 

Gee, Verj' Rev. Henry." Wild, Right Rev. Herbert 

Henderson, Rev. James. *t^/'' Louis. '° 
Henson, Right Rev. Herbert 

Hensley.' 

* Licentiate in Theology, t Late Fellow of the University. 

a Found. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. g Van Mildert Sili. 
I Newby Schol. / Theol. Pr. u Hebrew Pr. z Lightfoot Sch. 

■ Professor of English Language and Literature. ^ Late Scholar of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge ; Litt.D.. Dublin ; Lt.Col. i8th D.L.L 3 Fellow o\ Magdalen 
College. Oxford, and Preb. of Lincoln. 4 Canon of Gloucester Cathedral ; I. ate 
Bishop ot North Queensland. 5 Dean of Gloucester ; Late Master ot University 
College; Hon. D.l^. of ."Vberdeen ; F.S.A. * Formerly Archdeacon of .North- 
umberland : Hon. Canon of Newcastle. 7 Bishop of Durham ; Formerly Dean 
of Durham. 8 Hon. Canon of Newcastle. 9 Late Master of University College, 
'o Bishop of Newcastle ; Formerly Classical Lecturer in the University, 

4' 3 



4 '4 iNixKusi IV loi.i.i;i;k. 



n.C.L. 



Cliailo>, l\l. lK)n. SirAiiluii, Livinicsloiii-, l\c\ . N'oniiaii 

V.C ' .Milt ray. 

Ciirweii, Ki-v. lulwaiJ HasL-ll.* ' Molyiieux, I\i\ . I^yan \\ illiatn 

Davies, Rm. William Eilward. Ht>ckenluill.^ 

Dixon, John Archbaki. Pearie, Rev. Robert Joliii.' 

Dunn, Rev. John. Raslulall, V^eiy Rev. Masting^s. * 

Flecker, Rev. William remianl. Rev. Christopher. 

Herman. a/ 
Huttoii, X'ery Rev. William 

Hoklen.' " j^j ,^ 

Palmer. Frederick Slephen. ' .Spicei , l•'reli^■rici^, H.S. 

Rnmboll. V'hai les l'"rederick,B.S. Wood, Thomas i.')iittersoii. 

D.Ln r. 

Rradley, Henry.'" jevons, l-"iaiik Hyron. 

Coultoii, Georjj-e Goidon.'** Ker, William I'aion. 
Iiiije, X'ery Re\-. William 



Ralph. 



n.Mis. 



Alcock, Walter Cialpin.' H.uK)u, Sir William Henry^ 

Bairstou, Edward Ciithberl.'^ .M.A." 

Bridge, Joseph Cox.'" Wettiin, Henry Da van.'- 

R.D. 

Buhner, Rev. iohn.*-'n'ifi7 Jones, Rev. Hugh i^ethell.* "'' 

Dale, Rev. Harolil Montague. Oakle>-, Rev. George Robert. 

Davies, Rev. William Fdwarii. Pace, Rev. Edward 
Gregor, Rev. Arthur George. George. *ti^rc^« I 

Hall, \'en. Henry .Armstrong. ' ^ Piatt, Rev. Edwaid William. 

Hancock, Re\. .Alfreii Arthur. Thompson, Rev. Edward. || 

Jesse, Rev. E^ustace Tennyson Worslev, Rev. Frederick 
D'Eyncourl. '" William.'? 

M.A. 

Abigail, Rev. .Altreil Heiberl. Alfbrd, Rev. Sydney I'iirkl. 

-Adams, Rev. Walter Robert. Allen, Rev. Francis Adeney. 

^<tirm'^' Appleton, Rev. Frederick. *Ao 

Adamson, Rev. William Waller. Arnold, James Hand. 

Addison, Rev. James Salmon. *(7rf Arnold, Rev. Willie Alfred. 

* Licentiate in Theology. t Late Fellow of the University. 

a Found. Sch b Kxhib. c Thcol Sch. d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. 
Seh. / Univ. .Math. Sch. g V'an Mildert Sch. / Lindsay Sch. k Barry Sch. 
/ Newby Sch. m I)e Bury Sch. ii Lon^. Pr. I! Univ. Hebrew Sch. 

? Late Judge of the Queen > Bench Division. = Hon. Canon of Carlisle. 
3 Dean of Winchester. -i F.S.A. 5 Hon. Canon of Newcastle. ^ Dean of 
Carlisle. 7F.K.C.P.. Lond. « M.V.O. ; Oganist of S:ilisbury Cadiedial. 
9 t)rs,'anist of Vork Minster. "> Professor of Music in the University ; Organist 
of Chester Cathedral. " V'ce-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield. 

'* Organist of the Foundling Hospital. "• C.B.E. — Military Division ; Arch- 
deacon o( Richmond ; Chaplain to the King. '< Hon. Canon oi Chester. 
'5 Sulvwarden, St. Michaels Collejere, Llandntf. ''J Di<->cesan Inspector, 
Southwark. '7 Editor of Oxford Engli.sh Diction.iry. '- Fellow of St. John's 
College, Cambridge. '9 Dean of St. Paul's. 



r.MX !• Iv'SI 1 N' COI.I.hXlK .M.A. 



^•5 



Aslie, Rev. John Henry.* 
Aspinwall, Re\-. Herbert 

\ictiir.'' 
Atkinson, Rev. James.*tf^//' 
Atti idge, Rev. James. 
Austin, Re\'. Albert Edward. 
Austin, Rev. Harold. rt/o 
Austwiek, Rev. William . 

Herbert.'' 
Bag-shaw, Rev. Alfred 

Girdlestone. 
Bag'shaw, Rev. Henr\' Fosbery. 
Bailey, Walter. 
Baker, Rev. Joseph. f* ^ 
Baldwin, Rev. Chailes 

En^^elberi.^i'T' 
Balsdon, Rev. James Reifinald. 
Banner, Rev. Francis Stuart. 
Barker, Re\ . J.icob Ridley. *r 
Barker, Rev. Joseph Walter 

Hudson. *f// 
Barnes, Rev. John Francis. 
Basden, Rev. CTeorjj-e Thomas.' 
Bass, Rev. Arthur Edward. *«^/ 
Bastovv, Rev. Samuel Joseph. *(7fi' 
Baumer, Rev. Leslie Edwaid. 
Bavle}-, Keimett Cliampaiii. 
Beale, Rev. Frederick Sherriff. 
Beck, Rev. William Ernest./" ■' 
Beesley, W'alter Baillie.rt'^ 
Bell, Rev. George Fancourt. 
Bender, Hermann Charles.* 
Bennet, Basil (Gordon. 
Bently, Rev. Seynioui'. 
Betiison, Rev. Francis Henry. 
Bigg's, Rev. Ernest Coltier. 
Billows, Rev. F'rederic 

George Henry. 
Blackbourne, Rev. Jacob.' 
Blakiston, Rev. Robert Ralph 

Christian.* 
Bligh, Rev. John Henr\'. 



Bod\-, Re\ . Artiiur Basil 

Rivington. 
Bolton, Rev. Herbert Harold 

Dillon.* 
Boothroyd, Rev. Cieorge 

William. 
Bowker. Rev. William. 
Brady, Rev. Henry Westby.« 
Brereion, Rev. Eric Hugh.* 
Britten, Rev. Charles Heniy.*// 
Brodhurst, Rev. Charles Cyril.* 
Brown, Rev. James 

Blackburn. ■>? 
Brownbill, Rev. Josejih Edgar. 
Bryant, Joshua. 
Buchannan, Re\ . Malcolm. *r//7 
Budworth, i\e\. Ricli.ud 

Dutton.-' 
Bullock, Re\-. John Arthur 

Smith. *//| 
Bulman, PVancis .Archibald. 
Bulman, George Waltcin.^r 
Bulmer, Rev. Edward. *trt,'-/ 
Buhner, Rev. Edward Stanley 

Buhner, Rev. John.'tf^'V 
Burgess, Rev. William.^ 
Burn, Rev. Charles (reorge 

Stratford. 
Candy, Walter Edward. 
Cannon, Rev. Ernest. 
Carr, Rev'. Owen Charles.* s- 
Carrick, Rev. Robert 

Mallabarr.* 
Cavalier, Rev. Cvril Gordon. « 
Chandler, Rev. William 

Burgess Hunt.rt^ 
Charlton, John Anderson. *«'// 
Chesters, Rev. Leonard Morris. 
Child, Rev. Frank. 
Church, Hubert Day. 



* Licentiate in Theology. t Late Fellow of the University. 

a Found. Sch. i Exhib. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. 
,g^\'an Mildert Sch. /; Gishorne Sch. / Lindsav Sch. / EUerton Sch. / New by 
Sch. Long Fr. f Theol. Fr. ;( Hebrew Pr. v Maltby Pr. || Univ. 
Hebrew Sch. 

• F.R.G.S. " Tutor and Chaplain, St. Aidan s Colletre, teacher of Hebrew 
Univ. of Liverpool ; Examininf^ Chaplain to the Bishop of Truro. i Senior 
Chaplain to tlie Forces. C.M.G. ■> Headmaster of Durham School. 5 Hon. 
Canon of Newcastle. * O.B E. ; Canon ot St. John's Cathedral, Buenos Ayres. 



I'NIXKRSITV (1)1 I KI.IC (.M.A. 



ClarUi-. Kev. Ra-il C'.ouloii 

Dmimoi o. 
Cockson, Rev. llairw 
Collior, Rev. Cams \'alo. ' 
Constable, Charles Flack. rfA 
Cook, Rev. Kiistaee Wallet.* 
Coojier, Rev. Douglas. 
Cooper, Rev. X'inceiit King.' 
Cory, Rev. Alexander Arthur.* 
Crablree, Rev. Charles 

James, f/s 
Ci'ankshaw, Rev. l*'reiK-rick 

Edward. 
Crean, Rev. Arthur." 
Cree, Rev. Edward Chailes. 
Crofton, Rev. Henry Francis. 
Ciiniinins, Rev. Aubiey St. 

George Bruce.* 
Cunih', Rev. Frank Miirtyii.*// 
Curzon-Sig-g-ers, Rev. William 

Scutcher. - 
Dale, Re\. Harold Montag-ue. 
Daiiiell, Rev. Edward Seabrook. 
Darby, Rev. Archibald.' 
David, Rev. John Palliser.// 
Da vies, Rev. Gilbert.''^/ 
Da vies. Rev. Robert Sinnett. 
Davies, Rev. Thomas Read. 
Davies, Rev. William Edward. 
Davis, Rev. (ierald Mar- 
chant, a/^ 
Davis, Rev. John Stratton. 
Davis, Rev. Thomas. 
Davison, Richard tiporge.:|: 
Da we. Rev. Ernest Leslie, t 
Dawson, Rev. John Cleugh. 
Day, Rev. Charles X'ictor 

Parkerson. 
Day, Rev. Harry Lowmles. 
Dcarden, Rev. Frederick 

Cawood.* 
de I'utron, Rev. John Percy. o 
Didsburv, Rev. Frederic 

Nelson,*/ 



nilclilielil, R.-v. James Hcaid- 

wood.* 
Dixon, John Archbald. 
Dixon, Ri'v. Wilfred Craig. 'r 
Dolman, Rev. Dirk Herman. *fl?;- 
Dunn, Rev. John. 
Eardley, Rev. Evelvn Frcileiii: 

Cyril. 
Eley, Rev. Albert John.* 
Ellershaw, Rev. Henry.* I<?c(^/ ' 
Ellershaw, Rev. Richard. 
Evans, Fiev. John Webster. 
Evans, Rev. Richard. (7 
Fallaw, Lance. 
Falwasser, Rev. Etlmund 

Grant.* 
Farmer, Rev. Ernest Etlward. 
Farmer, Rev. John.* 
Farrar, Rev. Charles Driice./; 
Fearon, Ven. \\'illiani 

Andrewes.-* 
Fell, John William. 
Ferens, Henry Edwin. 
Ferris, Rev. Percy Robert. 
Ferris, Rev. Thomas Boys 

Barracloug^h.t«/A- = 
Ferris, Rev. Thomas Edward 

Swaine. *«§■«// 
Finnimoi'.e, Rev. .Arthur 

King'ton. 
Firth, Rev. Edmund Nelson 

Mciy.ai 
Flecker, Rev. Wm. Herman. «/"* 
Foj^o, William. 
Ford, Rev. Alfred Henry. 
Ford, Rev. Francis Walter 

Barton. 
F"orrest, Rev. James Ralph 

Caldecott.aA^ 
Forster, John Doug'las. 
Francis, Humphrey Chilton 

Howard. 
Freeling, Rev. James Robert.* 



* Licentiate in Theolog'y. t Late Fello^w of the University. 

a Found. Sch. h Exhib. r Theol. Sch, d Thcol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. 
f Univ. Math. Sch. g Van Mildert Sch. h Gisborne Sch. t Lind.say Scholar. 
I Ncwby Sch. m De Bury Sch. o Longr Pr. r Foreign Lang. Pr. 

t Theol. Pr. It Hebrew Pr. x Math. Pr. s Liglitfoot Sch. 1 Dip. Th^ 

' F.K.G.S. ~ Canon of St. Paul's, Dunedin. 3 Master of Univei sity Coilcge ; 
Prof, of English Lansfuaffe and Literature. •> .Archdeacon ot Winchester ; D.D., 
Oxon, 5 Hon. Canon of Southwell. ^ Head -Master of Close School, Cheltenham, 
and Examining Chaplain to the Rishop of Sodor and Man. 7 Hon. Canon. Durham. 



UN!VLM,'<!rv COLLEGE M.A. 



4'7 



Freeman, Rev. Ernest 

Charles. «A 
Freeman, John Lytlleton.f/ 
French, Rev. John Gouldie.« 
French, Rev. Retcinald.* 
Frodsham, Risi;-ht Rev. Georg'e 

Horsfall. 
Frossard, Rev. Edward Louis, r 
Furmston, Rev. Edward.* 
Gallaher, Rev. Francis. 
Gardiner, Rev. John 

Rutherford. 
Gardnei-McTag'g'ari, Rev. 

Herbert Angfustus W'arburton* 
Gaskill, Rev. Joseph Edward. 
Gautby, George, M.D., B.S. 
Gethen, Rev. Leonard. 
Giiby, Rev. Frederick \\'iniani 

Georg-e. 
Gili, Rev. \A'ilHam Bridson 
Gilhe, Rev. Robert Calder.<^/o 
Gillingham, Rev. George 

WiUiani. 
Golding-, James. 6 ' 
Gooch, Rev. James Orlando. o 
Goodenough, Rev. George. ^rtff;//- 
Green, Rev. Charles Edward./ 
Green, Rev. John Hugh 

Homer. *6 
Greenwell, Rev. Alan.* 
Greenwood, Bertram Thomas. 
Greer, Rev. Fergus William. 
Gregor, Rev. Arthur George. 
Gregson, Rev. Charles. « 
Grenside, Rev. George 

Alexander. 
Grimwood, Rev. Benjamin. 
Guest-Williams, Rev. Samuel 

Black well. 
Hack, Rev. Robert. 
Hall, Charles Gilbert.^; 
Hamilton, Rev. Francis Lowry 

Cole. 
Hancock, Rev. Alfred Arthur. 



Hard\', William John. ' 
Harring-ton, Rev. John.* 
Harris, Rev. .Alfred Burgy.* 
Harrison, Frederick. 
Harrison, William Salisbury. 
Hart, Rev. James William 

Tasker. 
Hart, Rev. George Walde- 

grave.rt 
Hart, John. 
Hartley, Rev. Francis 

Clement. « 
Harvey, Sidnej'. 
Hedley, Rev. Robert 

Henderson, Rev. Henry Fiank 

Hornby./? 
Henderson, Rev. James.*'t^/ ' 
Henson, Right Rev. Herbert 
Hensley.'* 
He\wood, Rev. C}ril Percival. 
Harwood, Rev. Robert.' 
Haworth, Rev. Thomas. i?/ 
Heaslett, Rev. Samuel. 
Heaton, Rev. Charles.* 
Hesse\', William Francis, 

D.S'.OJ 
Hill, Rev. Farquhar John 

WilliaiTi. 
Hingeston-Randolph, Rev. 

Herbert Castillion.*'/ 
Hodgkinson, Rev. William. 
Hodgson, William. (7/ 
Hole, Rev. John Slockwood. 
Holland, Rev. Cyril Gerard. 
HoUida}-, Rev. John.'r/ 
Holmes, Rev. George Edw.'ird 

Wilmot.^ 
Holmes, Rev. Walter Herbert 

Greame.*rto^o5 
Hood, Rev. George. 
Home, Rev. George Parkin.*/ 
Howard, Rev. Thomas Godwin 

Charsle\-.' 



' Licentiate in Theology. t Late Fellow of the University. 

a Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. / Univ. Math. 
Sch. ^ Van Mildert Sch. h Gisborne Sch. / Lindsay Sch. ,/ Ellerton Sch. 
I Newby Sch. m De Bury Sch. it Thompson Pr. o Long Pr. q Hellen. 
Gk. Pr. ■ r Foreign Lang. Pr. x Gabbett Pr. / Theol. Pr. ii Univ. Hebrew Sch. 

' F.R.G.S. 2 F.S.-A. 3 Canon of Newcastle ; Formerly -Archdeacon ot 
Northumberland. -I Bishop of Durham ; Formerly Dean of Durham and 
Bishi-ip of Hereford. 5 Brigadier-General. 



4i8 



l'NI\ liKSITV COLLEGE (M.A.) 



Howell, Re\-. Ariluir James 

William. 
Hoylaiid, Rev. William 

\\'ori.ls\voith. 
Humphries, Rev. Henrj-.* 
Hyde, Rev. Henry Barry. ;;o9* 
Injfhani, Herbert. 
Iiiijledow, Rev. William Arlluir 

James.c 
Jackson, Rev. Alfred Herman.* 
Jackson, Rev. William Edward 

Govdon.ffi 
Jaggard, Rev. Arthur William 

Percival.* 
James, Rev. Charles 

Frederick.* 
James, Rev. Walter Francis.* 
JefFre}', Charles Stuart. a6' 
Jervis, Rev. Herbert Eustace. 
Jesse, Rev. Eustace Tennj'son 

D'Eyncourt.o 
Johnson, Rev. John James. 
Johnson, Rev. Mark Edwin. 
Johnston, Rev. .-Vrthur.* 
Jones, Rev. John Watkiss. 
Jones, Rev. X'ernon Herbert. 
Keith, Rev. Khodadad Elijah. ]|' 
Kenn}', Rev. Walter Wolfenden. 
Key, Rev. Harry Ernest. 
King, Rev. Rupert William. *rtjo-/ 
Kirsopp, Rev. Charles. *«%y- 
Knapp, Rev. Charles Frederick 

Cooper.* 
Koch, Rev. Edward Hermann 

.•\lexander. 
Lancaster, Rev. Georg'e Harold.*^ 
Lancaster, Rev. Henry Georg-e. 
Langston, Rev. Earle Legh. 
Launder, Rev. Harry Cummins. 
Leighton, Rev. George. 
Leonard, Rev. John Grainge. 
Lewis, Charles Warner. 



Lishman, William Ernest. 
Livingstone, Rev. Norman 

.Murray. 
Lloyd, Rev. Thomas Henry. *(t' 
Lowe, William Douglas. 
Lundie, George .Archibald. 
Macaulay, William Herrick.f/^ 
McCarthy, Rev. William. 
McFarlan, Rev. .Allan Menzies. 
Macfarlane-Grieve, .Angus 

.Alexander.^ * 
.McLaren, Rev. Arthur 

William.* 
McLean, Rev. William. 
Maddison, Rev. William. *tf/ 5 
Mahony, Rev. Frederick 

Charles. 
-Markbv, Rev. Alfred 

Wilkinson.* 
Marshall, Rev. James McColl. 
Martin. Harold Edgar. e 
.\LT.rtin, Rev. Samuel Albert. 
Master, Rev. Harold Chester.*! 
Mathers, Rev. Henry. 
Mathew, .Arthur George, a ^ 
Maysoii, Rev. Edward. 
Middleton, Rev. .Abraham.* 
Millen, Rev. Alfred Dyson.*/ 
Milner, Rev. Charles James. *rtd 
Mitchell, Rev. Arthur Anglin. 

Mitchell, Mortimer Alexander 

\\"i\\iii.m.feieg 
Mitford, Rev. William Ledvvich. 
Molyneux, Rev. Bryan William 

Hockenhull..^* 
.Moore, Rev. James Harry. 
Morion, Rev. Bertram Mitford. 
Mould, Rev. David Henry 

Stanlev.rt^' 
.Mulholla'nd, Rev. Philip 

Melanchthon. 



* Licentiate in Theology, t Late Fellow of the University. 

a Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. 
f Univ. Math. Sch. g^ Van Mildert Sch. /; (iisborne Sch. i Lindsay Sch. 
/ Nexvby Sch. o Long Pr. <? Hellen. Gk. Pr. .V Theol. Pr. z Lightfoot Sch. 
II Univ. Hebrew Sch. 

» Lecturer in Hebrew. St. Aidan's, Birkenhead. = Head Master ot Grosvenor 
School. Nottingham. 3 Fellow of King's, Cambridge, and Auditor of the 
University of Cambridge. ■* M.C. ; .Vdjutant. D.U.O.T.C. 3 Hon. Canon of 
Newcastle. 6 p.S.A. 7 F.R. CO. ; Organist of Calcutta Cathedral. SP.R.A.S. 
9 Fellow of the University ot Madras. 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (m.A. 



419 



Mulletl, Rev. Francis Etlimuid 

Addenbrook. 
Nig:hting-ale, Rev. \^'illiaIn 

Ridgiy.^r 
Norman, Rev. Samuel James.* 
Norris, Rev. Richard Alban.*6 
Oakley, Rev. George Robert. • 
Orr, Rev. Norman Campbell.* 
Ovens, Rev. Claude Dig-b\-. 
Pace, Rev. Edward 

George. ''^fbcekoi] 
Pallister, Rev. George. *cV 
Palmer, Rev. Thomas Francis. 

Parht, Rev. Joseph Thomas. r; 
Parker, Rev. Arthur Henry 

Neville. 
Parker, Rev. Matthew Buira. 
Patrick, Rev. Alexander. *V/ 
Paltison, Rev. Horace. o 
Pestle, Rev. Edward Pelham. 

Pestle, Herbert Pelham. rtf* 

Piatt, Rev. Edward William. 

Polehampton, Rev. Hei^bert 
Edward. 

Pollard, Thomas Barnes. ^s' , 

Pollock, Rev. James Mur- 
doch. *«6rf^ 

Porritt, Rev. Samuel Bvwaler. 

Potts, Rev. Wilfrid Miller. 

Powles, Rev. Robert Fvn/.cr.a 

Price, Douglas.* 

Priest, Rev. Willian:. 

Probert, Rev. William Richard. 

Procter, Rev. David. rt^gr 

Purser, Rev. John William. 

Quelch, John Bewick.* 

Raper, John, B.Sc.rt 

Rashdall, \'ery Rev. Hastings.' 

Read, Rev. George Claudius 
Richard. 

Redman, Rev. .Alfred. - 

Reid, John. 



Reffell, George Claudius 

Edowoo, B.Sc. 
Rich, .\rthur. 
Richards, Rev. .Alfred. 3 
Ritson, Frederick William. 
Robbins, Rev. Walter.'* 
Robinson, Charles Richard.* 
Rogers, Rev. Frederick. 
Rowton, Rev. Samuel Jas.rz^ 
Ruck, Rev. Charles Edmund. 
Scott, Alexander. 5 
Scott, Rev. Inglis Charles 

Reymond.*«a^ 
Seagrove, Rev. V^ictor Edwin. 
Sergeant, Rev. Chas. Newton. 
Shakespear, Rev. Samuel 

Henry.* 
Sharpe, Rev. Aubrey Lyster. 
Shaw, Rev. Robert. 
Shaw, Rev. Walter Lilley 

Pritchatt. 
Sheaf, Rev. Robert Ernest. 
Shepherd, Rev. William. 
Shewring, Rev. Ernest Edward. 
Shildrick, Rev'. Henrj' John. 
Shorten, Rev. William Good. 
Sidebotham, Rev. .Albert 

Ernest. 
Simpson, Rev. Bertram 

Fitzgerald. *(r/('5|| 
Skelton, Rev. Spencer Ernest 

Linning. 
Skinner-Jones, Frederic Evan. 
Smith, Rev. Edward Dearnley. 
Smith, Rev. Ernest Arscott. 
Smith, Rev. James William.* 
Smith, Rev. John Philip. *£/ 
Sparrow, Rev. William John.* 
Spencer, Rev. Cyril .Arnold. 
Sta]5ley, Rev. Cecil George. rr 
Steen, Rev. Thomas Hope. 
Steggall, Rev. Albert 

Remington. *«o 



* Licentiate in Theology. } Tutorial Fellow. 

a Found.^ Sch. /> Exhib. c Tlieol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. 
Sell. ^ Van Mildert Sch. /; Gisborne Sch. k Barry -Sch. 
q Hellen. Gk. Pr. ;- Foreign Langr- Pr. .< Gabhett Pr. 'f Theol. 
rew Pr. z Lightfoot Sch. Ii Univ. Hebrew Sch. 

1 Dean of Carlisle. = Hon. Canon of Manchester. i Hon. Canon of 

Riverina, and Examining: Chaplain to the Bishop. 4 Vice-Principal of Trinity 
College, Ningpo, China. 5 F.R.S., Edinburgh. 



Univ. Class. 
Long Pr. 
Pr. u Heb- 



420 



I'MX'iiKsirv ci.>i.Li':(.".ii (m.a. 



Stone, Kt'v. Frank, r 
Stott, Rev. Frank Charles. 
Strangfe, Rev. Georg-e 

Harold. *6 
Sluarl-Fiix. Re\'. William 

Hilton. 
Sng'ilen, Rev. Edward Haig'h. 
Sugfiifil, Rev. Charles Leslie. 
Sutton, Rev. Regfinald Harry. ^f 
Sweetinj;', Rev. Robert Charles 

Sheldon.* c/igf 
Talbot, Rev. James. <? 
Tandy, Rev. Grain§fer.*X- 
Tanner, Rew Thomas Coombe. 
Talhaiii, Rev. Frederick Hut^h 
Tattersall, Rev. Francis 

Redmayne. 
Taylor, John George, R.Sc.^; 
Tennant, Rev. Christopher. 
Thomas. Rev. Alfred. 
Thompson, Rev. Edward. : 
Thomson, Rev. Michael 

-Andrew. ■^^(^r 
Thorne, Rev. Charles William. 
Timperley, Rev. Isaac 

Robinson.* 
Tompkins, Rev. Frederick 

Georg-e. 
Tremayne, Rev. Charles. 
Tuck, Rev. George John. 
Tuckev, Rev. James Gro\i- 

White. 
Turnbull. Charles Frederick. /7<' 
Tvmms, Rev. Frederick 

Charles.* 
Van der Heyden, .Alexander 

Frederick. t«/' 
X'esev, Rev. Xorman 

Agmondisham.* 



Walker, Rev. Hugh PluWp 

Dona Id. *r/ II 
Walker, Rev. John William 

Edward. 
Wallace, Rev. William John. 
Walshe, Rev. William Gilbert, 
u'alters, Richard Cla\'ton. 
Walton, Henry Maurice. 
Walton, William Sydney, B.Litt.3 
Warner, Rev. Stephen 

Mortimer. 
Wawn, George Twizell. 
Webster, Rev. Join;. 
Webster, Re\'. William George. 
While, Rev. Edward James. 
Whitfield, Frederick Ernest 

Ranister.aw 
Widtlas, ]\ev. Cornelius.* 
Widdringlon, Shallcross 

I'it/.lierbert.* 
Wilkes, Richard Minikin. 
Wilkinson, Rev. Charles 

Thomas Belcher. *j-iideg-s( 
Williams, Rev. Ferdinand 

Harley ]iimes.*fadeg-fig/ 
Williams, Rev. Thomas 

Powell. *fl'/' 
Williamson, Rev. William John. 
Willimott, Rev. Hugh 

Rudolph. 
Wilson, John George. 
Wilson, Rev. Harold Beesley.* 
Wingfield, Rev. Lewis William. 
Wolfenden, Rev. William 

Instone.6 
Wood, Charles Rawdon.^r/ 
Worsley, Rev. Frederick 

William. 
Vates, Rev. William.* 
Vates, Rev. William Robert." 



ALLlTT. 
Adamson, Rev. William Walter. 



Licentiate in Theology, t Late FeUow of the University. 

a Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sell, d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. .Sch. 
f Univ. Math. Sch. g Van Mildert Sch. h Gisborne Sch. / Lindsay 
k f^arry Sch. /« He Bury Sch. /> Assoc. Fr. 1/ Helleii. Gk. Pr. 
Theol. Fr. j Univ. Hebrew Sch. 



Sch. 

s Gabhett Fr 

' Canon of St. Georg'e's. Jerusalem, and Commissarv. - C.B.E. (Mil.), K.H.C 
1 C.B.E. 



UNiv^ERsrrv college (b.a.) 421 

B.A. (ill lift. ant.). 

Adams, Rev. Harry Rutlier- Biilterfield, Rev. Roland Potter. 

forde. Butterworth, Rev. Albert. 

Adams, Rev. Josiah Warwick Cairick, Rev. Francis Robert 

-Allen, Rev. Thomas Enoch. Powles. 

All wood, Charles Samuel.* Cartman, Frank James 

Ambrose, Rev. Owen Cole.*rt' Cart\vrig:ht, Frederick Hawks- 

Anderton, Rev. Arthur. ley Talbot. o 

.Armitstead, Rev. Arthur Clark, Rev. Tom Philip 

William.* Rumbold.a^ 

.Armstrong-, Rev. William Clarke, Rev. Alexander Dalton.* 

Georg-e Lynn. Clarke, Rev. William. 

Atkins, Rev. Alan Garway. Clay, Rev. William James. 

Baile)-, Rev. Tom. Clements. Rev. Herbert. 

Baker, Rev. Harold Denninji;. Cochrane, Thomas. 

Baldwin, Rev. Arthur Bacon. <? Coke, Rev. Sidney. 

Barton, Rev. EdvvardHenry. Coles, Rev. Henry Graystorie. 

Barton, Rev. Henry Eerst. Coles, Rev. William Cary.*^ 

Baxendell, Rev. Edwin. Collin, Rev. Francis Foster. 

Bender, Rev. Charles .Arthur. "<•/ Collin, Rev. Joseph Perrott. 

Bennett, Rev. Owen Cvril. Collins, Henry.* 

Bevan. Rev. John Stacey" Cosens, Rev. Revnei- Edward 

Hevan, Rev. William Clarke. ^rc/ William. 

Bishop, Rev. .Sidney Norman. Coulthard, Rev. William. 

Blackett, Re\ . John Charles. Coverle\-, Rev. Samuel Lee.*' 

Bloomfield, Rev. William James Cowan, Rev. John James.* 

Blumer, Frederick Milnes. Co.x, Rev. Charles Carevv. 

Bowyer, Rev. Frederick. Crabiree, Rev. Harold 

Bradshaw, Rev. John Richard. ' -Samuel. <fif 

Branfprd, Rev. Lionel Williair Crankshaw, Rev. William 

Ernest Catton Soniers-Cocks. Brunt. 

Breakwell, Rev. Ernest Raven. r( Cribb, Charles Theodorew 

Bridije, Rev. Charles -Stout Crot"ton-.\tkins, Rev. Willia(n 

Jesse. Arthiu". 

Biidjiv, Rev. John Procloi-. Croudace, Rev. William 

Britten, Rev. -Alfred. Darnell. *</' 

Britton, John. Cuffe, Rev. Henry Rothwell.* 

Brown, Rev. Chas. Henry. c/ Danbury, Rev. John William 

Browne. Rev. Benjamin Stephen James. 

Hudleston Ha3'ward. Darling^, Rev. Harry. - 

Bryant, Rev. Harry.*/ Darnill, -Arthur William. 

Bryson, Rev. Stanley Claude. Davis, Rev. Kenneth MacRae. 

Bullivant, Rev. George -Alfred.* Deacon, Rev. Ernest. 

Burnabv, Rev. -Ai'thur .Albert.* de la Bere, Re\ . Claude 



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Dig'bv-Sovmouf, Charles Harper 

Dixon, Dudley 

DoiKl. Kd.srar.rr 

Dun, Rev. Janios. 

Diiiiean, Rev. Avery Luekly. 

Ecoh. Rev. Charles Henry 

Thomas. 
Egremont, Rev. Heihert 

Edward. 
Ekins, Georg^e William. 
Facey, Rev. Hugh Williams.* 
Fairolough, Rev. William.* 
Farrar, Rev. Cecil Francis. 
Field. Rev. Charles Xeale. 
Firth, Rev. Georg^e .Arthur. 
FooUit, Rev. Charles Edward 

Walker. 
Forge, Rev. John Francis. 
Foskett, Rev. Samuel. 
Fox, Cecil Robert Gomm c 
French, Rev. William Arthur. 
Fryar, Rev. Reginald Herbert 

Findlay. 
G.ardiner, Rev. John Rutherford 
Cieorge, Rev. John Reginald 
Gibson, Alexander. 
Gillingham, Rev. Frank Hay. 
Glynn, Rev. John Francis 

Seymour.o 
Goddard, Algernon Robertson. 
Goddard, Rev. Louis Ernest. 
Greeves, Alfred Theodore. J 
Greeson, William Cameron 

Smart. 
Grove, Rev. Edward Perc}'.* 
Gunn, Ronald Frederick. 
Guthrie, William. 
Hackworth, Rev. Thomas. 
Hall, Alexander Tilson. 
Hall, Rev. James Wharrier.*r// 
Hammond, Rev. Horace. 
Hampton, Isaac. 
Hancock, Rev. Aidan Robert. 
Harrison, Rev. Stephen 

Nathaniel.* 



Haiwood, \\"il]i;i;ii Madoc. 
Hemlerson, Rev. Hamilton 

Dunstan.A 
Hensle\', Rev. Stephen .Ambrose. 
Henwood, Rev. Arthur 

Dimble. 
Hepple, Richanl Joseph Dixon. 
Hill, Rev. Gerald Percival 

Oaklev. 
Hill, Rev. William John 

Thomas.' 
Hilliard, Rev. George Edward 

.Anstruther. 
Hodge, Isaac Lang'.ff 
Hodg-son, Charles 
Courtenaj'.rt/w ' 
Hodgson, Rev. Joseph 

Lowther.*c-' 
Hodgson, Rev. William Arnold. 
Holder, Rev. John Burder. 
Holme, Rev. Walter Ernest. 
Hooper, Rev. Svdnex' Ernest. 
Horwood, Rev. Kenric Cosens. 
Hulton, Frederick Cople3\2 
Humble, Rev. Robert Alfred. 
Ison, Rev. Thomas James. 
Jackson, Rev. George Oswin 

Aian. 
James, Alan Blacklock. 
James, George Bryan. 
Jameson Rev. Francis 

Bernard.* 
Japing, Rev. Theodor Henry 

Egbert. 
Johnsou, Rev. Percy Youlden.* 
Johnson, Rev. Richard Leslie 

Pitt. 
Johnstone, Rev. James Charles 

Lockhart. 
Jolly, Rev. John.* 
Jones, Rev. Hugh Bethell.* 
Jones, Rev. Percy Takapuna. 
Jones, Rev. S3'dne\' Herbert. 
Jones, Rev. William. «<? 
KelsalJ, Samuel James. 



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Kevan, Rev. Alexander David. 
King-, Reg'inald Vivian 
Knijfht, Rev. Leonard Faiil- 

coner Bury. 
Kni^lii, Lmley Arthur.* 
Laniplug'h, Rev. William Frank. 
Lantfdale-Sniith, Rev, Richard 

Marinaduke. 
Lang-don, Rev. Charles Albert 

Corser. 
Leadbitter, Rev. Malihew 

Graham. 
Lee, Rev. Edwin Maywood 

O'Hara. 
Lee-Warner, Rev. Jame^>. 
Leg'ge-Wilkinson, Leoiiaid 

•Charles. 
Liddell, Rev. Henry Douglas. 
Lindars, Walter St. John.* 
Liney, Rev. Alfred Albert. 
Lingley, Rev. Trevor Hope. 
Linley, Rev. Ernest. 
Linton, Rev. Wilfrid.* 
Lloyd, Rev. Henry Llewellyn. 
Load, Rev. Frederick Crawford. 
Lockett-Ford, Rev. Samuel 

Newport.* 
LoveiiiU', ]ohn.bd 
McCready, Rev. Waller Frank.* 
Mai'failane-Grieve, Gavin 

Malcolm. 
Mclntvre, Rev. James. « 
Mallory, Rev. James. *r/ 
Manners, Frank, B.Litt. 
ALarshall, Rev. Henry Monlag;u. 
Maude, James William.* 
Mawson, Joseph Landt. 
Mavne, Rev. Michael Ashton 

Otway. 
Meaden, Rev. John Alfred.* 
Miller, Frederick William. 
MlUeli, Rev. Julian.* 
Mirrielees, Rev. William. 
Moore, Rev. Francis John. 



Morgan, John Campbell. 
Mosby, Rev. Frederick Arnoki. 
Morris, Rev. .Alan Campbell. *rf3^ 
Morion, Rev. Thomas. 
Newby, Rev. Gartiett Parker. n' 
Newton, Rev'. George Herbert. 
Nicholls, Rev. Walter Charlton. 
.Nicholson, Edgar -Stansfield. 
Nicklin, Rev. Freilerick 

William.* 
Norcock, Rev. .Arthur John. 
Oakley, Richard Roberts. 
Owen, Rev. John Arthur.* 
Packer, Rev. Bernard. 
Padbury, Rev. Charles Thomas. 
Paddey, Rev. William George. 
Palin, Rev. Alfred Edward. 
Panton, Rev. Henry Paul 

Viviiin. 
Park, Rev. Georg-e Edward. 
Parkin, Leonard Maurice. 
Parrott, Rev. Williiim Bevan. 
Parsons, Rev. Henry. 
Peacocke, Rev. Joseph Evel'.'n. 
Pearson, William George 

Mervyn. 
Peregrine, Rev. David \V'ilki<.-.* 
Phillips, Rev. Francis .Arthur. 
Piclon, Rev. Ernest. 
Pilcher, Re\ . Herbert Dra3-ton. 
Pollard, Georg-e Chambers, 

D.S.O. 
Pope, Re\-. Hubert Phillipps. 
Pophani, Rev. Alfred Edgar.' 
Preston, John William.* 
Ramsay, Rev. Geoffrey 

.Alexander. 
Rankin, Rev. Stanley Mottram. 
Raper, Ji)hn, B.Sc.a 
Raynbird, Hugh. 
Read, William. 
Robertson, Rev. Charles 
Robert. a 



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KobiiiMiii, Ei'k' RithaK-l. 

Robsoii, JaiUL'> Matilii'w, M.H.A 

RoytTs. Rov. William Walton.* 

Rouse, Rev. Percival William. 6 

RuegX' Rev. Ferdinand 
Slanes.'tn' 

Ruvst>ll, Rev. Cecil Pennetattier 

Salter, Rev. Frederick Thomas. 

Saward, Re\. William Thomas. 

Scott, Rev. Montag'ue. 

Scott. Rev. Waller Frederick. 

Selwyn, Rev. .Vrthur Louis 
Henry. 

Shackei, Re\ . William Harry. 

Shaw, .\rthur de Tessier. 

Shortl, Edward./ ' 

Siinev, John Harrison. 

Slacke, Samuel James Lortl. 

Smith, Rev. Charles.* 

Smith, Rev. Charles Ernest. 
Smithson, Rev. Charles Robert. 
Spa^lin^:, Rev. Daniel 

Hiifham. ■ 
Spencer, Rev. joini Reg'inald.'^f/li 
Stafford, GeoftVcy Wardle. 
Slewail, Rev. Harry Wm.(>i 
Streatfeild, Rev. Sidney Fremlyn. 
Stuari-Fox, Rev. William Hilton. 
Sturgi-s, Rev. Thomas Riciiard 

Henr_\-. 
Stun, Rev. Dudley ICilioli.^-' 
SuninuMs, Walter W^illiam 

DiiUL'hWl.' <iddz 
Talbot, Rev. Percival Buriie\'.* 
Tasker, Rev. Arthur Theodore. 
Tasker, Rev. Cecil Herbert. 
Thorburn, James Whitfield. 
Thornton, Rev. James. 
Tillbrook, Re\ . Henry B}n^.<iA 
Todd, Rev. Thomas. 
T<5me^, Rev. Alfred Edmund 

Godfre)'.' 
Trousdale, Rev. Francis 
Trevor. 

' Licentiate in Theology. 

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Sch. h Gisboriic Sth. / I^inds.iy S. h. / F'^llertun Sch. / Nc-wby .Sch. 
o Loiijf Pr. y Helien. Gk. Pr. ' r lor.igii Lan,'. Pr. z I,i!,'lUloot .Sch. 
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Ti-ousdale, Re\. Lewis Willialli 
.Sm.illcombe. 
Tudor, Rev. Walter Lechmefe. 
Tulloch, John Winter 
Turner, Harcild Francis 

I')uj4"dale.a 
Turner, Rev. Thomas [K'liley. 
Tyndall, Rev. Cecil Chailes 

Robeit. 
\'e\ eis, Rev. William \\ innall.c? 
Walker, Rev. Edward. 
Walker, Rev. Sydney. 
Walker, William Henry. 
WariMirton, Rev. Walter. 
W.'irdie, Harry 
Warlh, Re\'. Stephen 

1" rederick.*> 
Warwick, Geoffrey. 
Watkins, Rev. Herbert 

.Spring'ett. 
Waton, Albert Howard 
Watts, Arthur Francis. 
Weldon, Rev. Percival 

Swinglehurst. 
Wells, Rev. Arnold Haskins. 
\\'hite. Rev. Chas. Henry. *rty 
Whiteside, Arthur Barker. 
Wilkinson, Rev. Frank 

Di.>dy;son. 
Wilkinson, Rev. Laurence 

Hugh (I 
Williams, Rev. Hyla Ciwynne. 
Williams, Wynne.* 
Williamson, Rev. Wilfred 

Alexandei". 
Winterbotham, Rev. Basil 

Henry. ^^/>/ 
Wt)od, Herbert. 
Woodward, Rev. Harold 

Meredyth. 
Woodward, Rev. James. 
Wrench, Rev. Peter Elwiii. / 
Wrijifht, Herbert Thomas. 



UNlVKKSirV COLMtGE fR.A.) 425 

B.A. (other iliaii in Hit. ant.). 
W'yali, Leonard Cliailes Kevnes. 

B.C.L. 

Bestow, Rev. Samuel Joseph. ^i-f/ I'robert, Rev. Wilham Richard. 
McCarthy, Rev. Wilham. Wilkes, Riehard Alinikin. 

H.Lrn. 

Coldieoll, Henry Rowlands hii^ham Herbert, Al.A. 

Starkey. Walton, William Svdnev, .M..\.-' 

Fallaw, I.arue, M..\. 



H.Mis. 



Ellis, William.-- Whittaker, William (lillie^.-' ^ 

Ireland, John Nicholson.^ 

LiCHNTIATKS IN THKOIXHiV. 

Akenhead, Rev. Edmund.' Crott, Rev. Herbert Geoi^e. 

Alpe, Rev. Alfred John.r///J Dalton, Rev. Edvvd. Septimus. 

Amos, Rev. James Pere\' Lax. Dawson, Simon J<ilin. 

Anson, Rev. Edwat-d Hareourt. Dobson, Rev. Arthur Eg-remont. 

Barker, Rev. Arthur William. Doug-las-Willan, Rev. John 
Bartlett, Rev. Charles Blakesley. Alfred Percy. 

Bates, Rev. John Henry. Farquhar, Rt'v. John Henrv. 

Beale, Rev. Bruce George. " Findlay, Rev. James Lemi-iriere 
Benson-Brown, Rev. William Ormidale Barcaple. 

Henry. Ft)rbes, Aubie\- Armitage 
Blennerhassett, Rev. Edward Cioold. 

Townsend. Gardner, Rev. C'harles .Arnold. 

Bligh-Hill, Norman Archdall. Gatehouse, Rev. Thomas 
Boddy, Rev. Alexander Alfred. f/ Ernest. 

Bond, Rev. Arthur Erasmus. Gidney, Rev. Herbert Rams- 
Brand, Rev. Hamilton. dale.f/ 

Brice-Smith, Rev. Brice. r Gilbert, Rev. Joseph Guest. 

Brims, Rev. Donald James. Gornall, Rev. Robert 
Browne, Rev. Ralph Charles./ Johnstone. 

Burd, Rev. Percy. Hanson, Rev. Thomas Ailhur. 

Burton, Rev. .Arthur John Llarpur, Rev. .Alexander 

Sinclair,*' Caldwell. 

Carey, Rev. Arthur Evelyn. Harris, Rev. William Charles. 

dko Llarrison, Rev. .Viberi Edward. 

CoUings, William Frederick. Hepple, Rev. Richard Joseph. 

Cox, Rev. Norman Hewlett. Holme, Rev. Arthur Eltring- 
Crankshaw. Rev. William ham. 

Brunt, Junior. 

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Hiioppell, Ri."\. John Leonard 
Eriiosl.r 

Hooion. Kev. Edward Himiin.^/ 

Horiocks, Rev. Josepli.(/X/;/ 

Hiiti'lience, Kev. Leg'ard. 

Hulton, Rev. Arthur Bertram. 

J-ii-ksoii, Rev. Francis 
Menteath.r 

Jones, Rev. James Evans. 

Lawson, Rev. William Dickin- 
son.^/ 

Leathley, Rev. Henry. c/ 

Lees, Rev. Arthur. 

Lew, Rev. Perc}' Gordon. 

Luckman, Rev. Sydney 

ALiithews, Rev. Charles 
EdjJfar. 

Midwinter, Rev. Arthur Adair. 

Mills, Rev. Daniel Yarnlon. 

Moffat, Rev. Rowland 
Garrard. ly 

Morifan, Rev. Philip. 

Morrell, Rev. Rog'er 
Con\-ers./7/ . 

Navlor, Rev. Richard Henr^ . 

Nedwill, Rev. David Basil 
Landon./ 

Nicholson, Fvev. Arthur Henry. 

Norton, Rev. Francis Collins. 

Paskin, Rev. Albert James. 

Pliillips, Rev. Tudor Owen. 

Piddocke, Rev. Morris Maurice. 

Poole, Rev. Georg-e Russell. 

Pyle, Rev. John Ramsay. <7>^/ 

Reed, Rev. Samuel.' 

Rees, Rev. DavidJohn. 

Rivers, Rev. Elphinstone. 

Robinson, Rev. John.f 



RolhwiMl, l\i>\-. Edward 

Benjfimin. 
Rush}', Re\'. William Henry 

Lees. 
Salisbury, Rev. John Harrison. 
Saundei-s, Rev. Charles James. 
Schroder, Bernard Henry. 
Scoll, Rev. Joseph Downs. 
Seai-les, Rev. Edward Marston. 
Sinton, Rev. David Cam|il>ell. 
Smith, Rev. Herbert Giles 

Brabant. 
Sparling-, Rev. Francis Jolm 

W'alcolt. 
Slaveley, Albert Hydrabad 

Napier. 
Stent, Rev. Matthew Joseph. 
Stopford, Rev. Grosvenor 

Francis. 
Strudwick, Rev. Charles 

Hanmer. 
Sugg-et, Rev. Frank Leslie. 
Taj'lor, Rev. Edward James.^ 
Thorp, Rev. Alfred Edward. f 
Trielschel, Rev. Johann Albert 

Marlin.o 
Tunnard, Rev. Thomas 

Monckton.r 
Tyson, Rev. Henry. 
Verity, Rev. George Beresford. 
V^ickers, Rev. Shirle}' l'"rank. 
Walker, Rev. Hugh 

Reginald. 
Ward, Rev. George Nussey. 
Ward, Rev. Henry. 
Wesley, Rev. Louis Herbert 

Weilesley. 



STUDENTS IN THEOLOGY. 

Pavne, Arthur William ... ... ... ... Ep. igo8 

Oberbach, Rev. Charles William .Stenson ... M. 1910 

Roscoe, Reginald . ... ... ... ... ,, 191 1 

Dixon, Sxdne}^ Frank c ... ... •' ... ... ,, 1912 



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igio 


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Ep. 


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Ep. 
M. 


1913 



LMVKKSITV COLLEGIi. 427 

STUDENTS IN ARTS. 

Carlmau, Rev. Horace Bertram ... Previous lo 1906 

Ryder, Doug-las Gerald ... ... ... ... M. 1907 

Wallace, Rev. Sydney James Nisbet ... ... ,, ,, 

Doig", Rev. Ernest Theodore ... ... ... ,, 1908 

W'iddicombe, Edmund Hannaford .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Pigolt, Harold Harlington ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Ney, Robert 

Llovd, George Eyton 

Oliver, Arthur Hug-h Hoblyii 

Hamilton, Charlie Pollock ... ... • 

Ince, Douglas Edward ... 

Nankivell, Geoffrey Herbert 

Shephard, Rev. Leonard Benjamin ... 

Snape, Bernard 

Davies, \'alance Joseph 

Ciarland, George Macaulay ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Constable, Lionel George .Archibald ... ... ,, ,, 

Watts, Harold Christopher ffc ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Davies, \'incenl Goronwy (7 ... ... ... ,, 1914 

Tvveedie-Smith, Leslie ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Bevan, Ernest Guy ... ... ... ... ,, 1915 

Brevvis, Charles Frederick Harrison ... ... Ep. 1919 

Fenn, Hubert Leonard ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Geipel, Henr}' Cecil rt ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Horslead, James Lawrence Cecils ... ... ... ,. ,, 

Ottewell, Eric ... ... ... , ... ... ,. ,, 

Coatham, Frederick ... ... ... ... M. ,, 

Dalton, Robert Archer ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Dawe, Basil ... ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Hamilton, John .. ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Hunter, Alexander... ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Irvine, Robert Hazen ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

jMallinson, Arnold ... ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Ragg, Edward Stanley ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Riley, George Victor ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Robinson, Joseph Allan ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Whincup, John Edward ... ... ... "... ,, ,, 

Yeoman, Thomas Rudolph ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Crouch, Sydnej' Ernest ... ... ... Ep. 1920 

Davies, William Tj^dwal ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Dyce, George Henry ... ... .. ... ,, ,,. 

Ellerton, Sydney Thomas John ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Haxward, Thomas Frank ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Kirkham, Charles Dudle}- ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Owen, Cecil Edward Vaughan ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Purdon, William ... ... ... •■ ••■ ,, ,, 

Reed. Reginald Evelyn Francis ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Ridley, Francis .Ambrose f/ ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

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Annual charjjfes, inclusive o( AJmis.sion antl 
Tuilion Fees, and Fee.s for University (but 
not Matriculation) Kxaminalions, each on one 
occasion ; also Board, Lodg-inyfs, Subscriptions 
and Gratuities, (but not Degree Fees or 
Laundry Charg-es) 



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in the first week of term. 



Clerg-y and married Students may lodge in the Town. The 
terminal College Expenses of those who do so amount to about 
j[,\2; Caution Money j[,^. 



Every B.A., in onler lo count terms, pays terminally to the 
College 5s. until he is of sufficient standing to take the degree oi 
M.A. ; or he may compound for this charge by a payment of 
£1 IS., made lo the College upon his taking the degree of B.A. 



* Formerly Halm. 

t This is a {guarantee tund against loss by terminal defalcation, and is returned 
to a student when he leaves the University, if his debts to the Colleg'C h.nve been 
dischari^ed. The sum may be borrowed under certnin conditions, which ma\ be 
ascertained from the Master. 



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in October, 1846, for the reception of Students in 
any Faculty. 

Members of the College are classed under the \ arious 

Professors and Tutors according- to their qualifications 

and attainments, and in this respect, ks also in their 

being eligible to all Fellowships and Scholarships, are 

exactly on the same footing as members of University 

College. >; In the management of the College the 

greatest regard is paid to economy. 

Master. 

Frank Bvron Jevons, M.A., D. Litt.' 

Vice-Master and Chaplaui. 

Rkv. Edward Gkorgk Pace, M.A., B.13.*tA«'Xv; 

Censor. 

Charles Frederick Herdener, .M.A. 

Bursar. 

Joseph Lanc;lev Birchnall, M.C, B.A. 

D.D. 
Carter, Rev. William Samuel. Hamlyn, Rig-ht Rev. Nathanael 

*dot Temple." 

Coniiiis, \'en. Richard BluiKlell. Robertson, Ri<ht Re\. Archi- 
*d bald.^ 

Sanda}-, Rev. William.* 
• D.C.L. 
Bryant, Rev. Dan.// Hevvard. Rev. Thomas 

Drummond, Rev. John A-dolphns.* Mor!ey.*<^i' 
Foster, Rev. James.' Hurst, Rev. William. 

Fowler, Rev. Joseph Thomas. Lewthwaile, Rev. Joseph Hick. 

*ckn'^ Richards, Rev. Sydney William 

Hall, Rev. John William. Letcher. r/ ' 

Haswell, John.« Robinson, Arthur. ■tc^V^- 

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§ In addition, Bishop Maltby founded an Exhibition with a prelercncc to 
member.s of the Hall, and an anonymou'.; benefactor foniided tlie "Il.iitit-ld 
Exhibition ' in igo8. 

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Wilson, William Toasdale, M 
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Bowman, Rew Arthur Herbert. 

*C(]tl( 

Clarke, Rev. Charles I'eter.*rrt' 

Kllis, Re\. Thomas. 

Ciniiulv, Rev. Georye William. 

Heward, Rev. Thomas 

Morley.*ff 
Hunt, Rev. Jasper Beniaiiiin.!| 
Moulsdale, Rev. Stephen 

Riohnrd Piatt.- 



Nash, Rev. John Reginald. 
Niven, Rev. Cieorgfe Cecil. *^ 
Phair, Rev. George Cathcart 
Rust, Re\'. Edward. *r/« 
Sexton, Rev. William John.*^ 
W'ansbroug^h, Re\. Frederic 

Ray.*f/' 
Whitingf, Rev. Charles 



Adams, Rev. Alfred Edwin. « 
Adams, Rev. Ernest William.* 
Anderson, Rev. Henry Robert 

\\'illiam. 
Ashworth, Rev. Georj^e Howell 

*cqtii - 
Ashworih, Rev. Georye 

Leopold. 
Atkins, Rev. John Henry 

Manners. *ra' 
Atkinson, Rev. James Birkelt.^/ 
Averay-Jones, Rev. H.irold 

Edsi^ar. 



M.A. 
Bt 



■, Re\. Edward .Arthur. 
Binns, Rev. Gordon Henry. 
Bircham, Re\'. Flenry William 

Haves. =^^ 
Biriwislle, Rev. Charles 

Herbert. rt^w 
Biriwislle. Rev. Rich.ird Ernest. 

ah 
Biss, Rev. Sydney. 
Bland, Rev. Thomas Henry. 

*bdt 
Bolt, Rev. Georg'e Henry.* ■• 
Bosworth, Rev. Roger Parry. 



Basfott, Rev. Arcliibalil Thomas. Bousfield, Robert. *r 5 



Baker. Rev. Wilson William.' 
Bark-r, Edward Phillips. t«r<''' 
Bales, Rev. Frederic Pt)ller. 

Batten, Rev. Jolrti Henr\. 
Batlersb}', Rev. William 

Henrv-.'' 
Baug"h, Rev. Egferton Percy. 
Baylee, Rev. Samuel St. Aidan. 
Bayl\-, Rev. Augustus George. 
Beauchamp, Frederick 

George. abeg 
Bell, Rev. Joseph.* 
Bell, Rev. William Lachlan.* 
Bennett, Rev. Joseph.* 



Bowers, Rev. Robert George 

Elton. 
Bowman, Rev. Arthur Herbert. 

*cgiu 
Bowstead, Rev. Christopher 

John Kaj'e.*.* 
Bo3'd, Rev. Josiah Harold.* 
Brace, Kenrick Mervyn.o 
Bray, Arthur Henrj'. h 
Broadbelt, Rev. Henry. 
Brotherton, Rev. Charles 

Frederick. *</« 
Biyant, Rev. Dan. A 
Bull, Rev. Charles Ernest 

Samuel.* b 



* Licentiate in Theology, t Late Fellow of the University. 

a Found* Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. </ Thaol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. 
g Van Miiderl Sch. h Gisborne Sch. k Barry Sch. m De Burv Sch. 
« Thompson Pr. q Hellen. Gk. Pr. .-t Gabbett Pr. t Theol. Pr. ii Hebrew 
Pr. z Lightfoot Sch. !i Univ. Hebrew Sch. § Gibson Pr. 

* Principal of St. Chad's College. ' Canon of Salisbury Cathedral. Rhodesia. 
3 Lecturer in ■ Classics. University College, Notu'nghjim 4 Secretary and 
Trr.-isiircr. Diocesan Synod. Newfoundland. Canon of Newfoundland. 5 Head 
Master. Grammar School, Bishop AucUland. * Canon of St. Niniaii's 
Cqthedral. Perth. 



IlATFlKI.n COLLfiGK 



(M.A.) 



431 



Bunting', Rev. Williain Henry 

Bo3'ne. 
Biirdon, Rev. John.* 
Burgess, Rev. Clement Ernest. 
Burnham, Rev. Ralph. 
Burton, Rev. Rich.'ird Jowett.* 
Butcher, Rev. William IMorris. 

*rti( 
Butler, Rev. Eldon Ormoiuie 

Judkin.* 
B\'rth, Rev. Stewart, 
fampbell, John Georg-e, 

M.B., B.S. 
t'.madine. Rev. Ronald Doug-las. 
C.irden, Rev. Henry Craven. 
Carpenter, Rev. Leavetf 

Charles. *fl^ 
C.irr, Rev. Frederic Mark 

Bennoch. "i^r/ 
Carter, Rev. Allied \\'alton 
larter, Rev. Wm. Samuel. "V^/ 
C'ave, Rev. Martin William. 
Ihapman, Rev. Edwin Francis.* 
C'ha[iman, Harold James. 
Chennell, Rev. Charles Edward 

Jiihn. 
Chilman, Rev. George Howaid. 

"adtz 
C'hisholm, Rev. Alexander, r/ 
Cobby, Rev. WilHam.*^/ 
Co(!hrane, Rev. Ralph Allen, 

B.Lift. */ 
Cockle, Rev. Alfred Aug'ustus. 
Coleman, Rev. Alfred Sansom. 
C'olej', Samuel Ernest. «/ 
C'oney, Rev. W^illiam Henry.* 
I'ook, Rev. Charles Robert.'* 
Cook, Rev. George Robinson. 
*.'ook. Rev. William Frederick.* 
Cooke, Rev. Ernest Anthony. 
Corsbie, Rev. Herbert Henry. 
Cottrell, Rev. Walter. « 
Coui-h, Rev. Ernest Ambrose.*/ 
Coward, Rev. Richard. /? 
Cresswell, Rev. Harold SiKers. 



Croisdale, Rev. I'rancis 

Edward. 
Dainton, Arthur Harold. 
Dannatt, Percy Hugh. 6 
Davidg-e, Cecil William.'V/'/ 
Davidson, Rev. John South. n' 
Davies, Rev. David Eklwardes.c 
Davies, Rev. John Harris. « 
Davies, Rev. John Herbert. 
Davies, Rev. Jt)seph Jenkin. 
Davies, Rees JeftVe}'."/ 
Davies, Rev. Thomas. (^r 
Davis, Rev. Charles Sidney. 
Davison, Rev. William GeoTge, 
Dawkins, Rev. Arthur Edward. 
Day, Rev. Joseph Percival.*r/'ii 
Deacon, Rev. Alfred Edwin. 
Dickinson, Rev. George Lowes. 

Dixon, Rev. James. 
Dixon, Rev. William Dudley. 
Dixon, Rev. William Matthew.* 
Dobree, Rev. Edward Bonamy.* 
Douglas, Rev. Thomas 

Ormsb\.*« 
Dowding, Rev. Alexander 

Woodman. ^rs 
Duke. Rev. Alfred William.*/ 
Duke, Rev. Barter Alexander.* 
Dunstan, Rev. Frederic 

Stanlew 
Dutton, " Rev. Alfred John 

M'Michael.* 
Dutton, Rev. William Augustus. 
Dyer, Rev. Joseph Perr}'. 
Eacott, Rev. Henry James 

Theodore. 
Edge, Rev. Silas. *f//// 
Edmonds, Rev. Herbert James. ' 
Edwardes, Rev. Hugh Latimer 

G\\move.*cf 
Eldershaw, Rev. William 

Frederic Harry Newton. *(/-i7^ 
EUershaw, Rev. Ylenry.* \adgl^ 
Ellis, Rev. Thomas. 
Ellison, Rev. Charles Herbert.* 



* Licentiate in Theolog-y. t Late Fellow of the University. 

./ Found. Sch. 6 Exhib. c Tlieol. Sch. <f Theol. Exhib. ^ Van Mildort Sch. 
h Gisborne Sch. k Barry Sch. I Newbv Sch. n Thompson Pr. o Long 
Pr. .? Gabbett Pr. t Theol. Pr. u Hebrew Pr. z Lifjhtfoot Sch. 

• Headmaster of St. Paul's School. Vepery. Madras. = Examining- Chaplain 
to the Bishop of Kalg-oorli.'. 3 Master of University Colleg^e ; Professor of 
Engfh'sh L.ing-uage and Liteniture. 



432 IIA IFIl-l.n lOI.I.KCK (\1..\.) 

Elstoh, Ki-\ . Joliii (u>oii^i-.' Il.iiiu'--, 1\<."\. l>iMij,imin Pliili[i. 

E\ans, l\in. na\iii Haviil. Haiiu's, Rev. Francis Arlluii'. 

Evans, Rov. John Morg-an. Ha'nu-s, Rev. William Chick.* 

Evans, Rev. Freileric James.* Hall, Rev. Geitrije Rolaiul. 

Eyes, Re\'. Georye I-Vetierick. Hall, Re\'. John William. 

Evies, Rev. Arthur Reg-inald. Hall, Rev. Walter Barrick.* 

Fan-, Rev. Charles James. HamUn, Rt. Rev. .\athanael 

Farrow, Rev. John Ellis.* Temple.* ' 

Feast, Rev. Earnest MaiisfieUl. I I.iinniontl, Re\-. John 'rri\lor. 

Field, Rev. Edwin Lewis. nds 

Flinch, Rev. John Arihur. Hanks, Rov. Georg^e .Meggitt.* 

Fisher, Rev. George. Hardwick, Rev. John Charlton. n" 

l-'islier. Rev. Maxwell. r; Harrisi>n, Re\. John I''His 

Fvister, Rev. James.- Scott. 6 

Fowler, l\ev. Joseph. Hart, Rev. John Denton. 

F'owler, Rev. Joseph Hartlev, Rev. William JNoherl. 

Thomas. *r^« ^ ■• Haswell, John.r; 

Fowler, Rev. William.* Hatfieki. Rev. Cyril Xortluote. 

F'oyl, Rev. Henrj' .Messeena. ^'a 

French, Rev. Harry Cxordon.^ Haworth, Rev. James. i? 

Froggatl, Rev. Samuel, r/ Ha\ton, Rev. William. 

G.imble, Rev. John Leonard. Hayward, Rev. Douglas 

Garland, Rev. William Arthur. *</ Llewellyn.*^ 

Gates, Rev. Harrv Leslie. *(i Hayward, Rev. Herbert 

GallifF, Rev. John Francis.* Finzel.* 

Gelsthorpe, Rev. .Alfred Morris.* Helm, Rev. Waller .Samuel. 

Gibbings, Rev. Frederick John.? Herdener, Charles Frederic' 

Gibbon, Rev. Hemy.// Heward, Rew Thomas 

Glover", William, 6 .Morley.*« 

G.)mersall, Rov. Tom Heuiit, Rev. John Francis. 

Llewelhn* Hewitt, Rev. Robert James. 

Graham, Rev. Joseph William. Hill, Re\ . Edward P2ustace. 'V/ 

Green, Lawrence Henry Hillis, Rev. Crawford. 

Macintosh.* Hodge, Rev. Walter Fallows. 

Green, Rev. Walter Gerard Hodges, Rev. Alexander \'aii-K. 

Arthm-.'' Hodgson, Rev. Jas. Francis.* 

Greenhow, Rev. Fiederick Hodgson, Rev. Thomas. ''r/'w " 

William.* Hodson, Rev. .Algernon 

Greenwood, Rev. Charles Hugh.c/ 

JXlartyn.§ Holburn, Rev. John George.' 

Greenwood, Harold. 6t" Hoklen, Rev. Vliivry.h 

GrifHlhs, Rev. David Richard. Holman, Rev. William James. 

Gross, Rev. .Alfred William.*'' Holmes, Rev. Georg^e John 

Haden, Rev. Charles Oliver.* Percival. 
Licentiate in Theolpgy. 
a Found. Sch. A Exhib. c Theol. Sch. </ Theol. Exhib. h Gisborne Sch. 

i Harry Sch. / Theol. Pr. ti Hebrew Pr. z Li}<htfoot Sch. § Gibson Pr. 

■ lion. C";inon of Chcs?er. ^ Prebend.-irv of Lincobi. i Hon. Canon of 
Durham. * F.S.A. 5 F.R.G.S. <> D.Th.P.T., Suh-VV.nrden. St. Aidans Theo- 
loR-ical College. Ballarat. and Examinini? Chaplain to the Bishop. 7 By vole 

of Convocation. ^^ Hon. Canon of Ely ; .Vrchdcacon of llnntiiifjdon. v Pre- 
bendary of Wells. 



HATFIIiLI) COLLEGE M.A. 



433 



Hooper, Rev. Alfred 
Hooper, Rev. Willmore.*1vr^^7b 
Horner, Rev. Bernard. 'Vfg;;// 5 
Horner. Rev. Eg-bert William 

Corthan.*r 
Horsf'all, Rev. Ricliard 

Hamilton. 
Horlon, Rev. Hubert Ellis. 
How, Rev. John Hall. ' 
Hug'lieis, Rev. Henrx- Riehard. 
Hughes, Rev. Hugh Trevoi.;? 
Hughes, James Richard. 
Hull, Rev. John Edward. <? 
Hunt, Rev. Jasper Benjaniin. 
Hurd. Rev. Frank. 
Hurst, Rev. William. 
Irving", Rev. William Swain." 
Jackson, Rev. Alfred. 
Jackson, Rev. Joshua .Alston." 
JacksiMi, Rev. Philip Brierlev. 
Jennings, Rev. William.' f/.^/// 
Jillings, Rev. William John. *C(^/.'' 
Johnson, Rev. Robert LitsiMi.'" 
Johnson, Rev. William Henrw 
Jones, Rev. Alfred Georg"e. 
Jones, Rev. David Morgan. 
Jones, Rev. Hugh.* 
Jones, Rev. John.* 
Jones, Rev. Robert Parker. 
Joyce, Rev. Walter. 
Kettlewell, Rev. Fred.* iid/c 
Key, Rev. William Thompson 
King, Rev. Charles Grant. 
King. Rev. Reginald John 

L'Ecuyer. 
Lake, Rev. Walter James. (7 
Lancaster, Rev. Thomas. *(/ 
Langtlon, Rev. John Athelstan 

Trend. 
Langdon, Rev. Reg'inald 

Edward.* 
Lee, Rev. Harold.*^ 
Lee, Rev. Thomas Arnold. 6 



Letro\, Rev. Hugh Henry 

JMagrath. 
Leg'g, Rev. Ernest William. 
Lewthwaile, Rev. Joseph Hick. 
Linney, Rev. Walter Edward. A 
Lloyd, Rev. Samuel George. *c? 
London, Rev. William. *rf 
Luff, Rev. Edgar Albert. 
AIcBean, Rev. Milbourne 

Francis. 
McComb, Rev. Arthur William 

Evel\n.A 
Alacdermott, Rev. CTeorge 

Martins. *-' 
Mackenzie, Rev. Alexander 

AugHistin Donald. *r'^ 
McLaugfhlin, Rev. Charles 

Walter. 
McXaug-ht, Rev. Herbert. ^^i'^^/ 
Mackav, Rev. Roderick 

John.rdJt/ 
.Macpherson, Rev. Henry Chris- 
topher Ricketts.^g-/ 
Maley, Rev. Edwin Albert. 
.Miinn, Rev. Herbert Fletcher. 
^Larsh, Rev. John William. 
Marston, Rev. Herbert John 

Randall. trrfA/ 
.Martin, Harry./? 
Martin, Rev. Waller Henry. 
Martin. Rev. William Thos.* 
Martin-Ellis. Rev. William 

Martin. 
Mason, Rev. Thomas. 
Ma}', Rev. Francis William. 
Maj'ne, Rev. F'rank.-' 
Melliss, Rev. .Andrew. (7 
Merry, Rev. .Alexander. "««. 
Metcalfe, Rev. Frederick 

William. 
Miles, Rev. Lionel William. 
Moor, Rev. Edward. *fl^'- 
Moor, John.«/ 



* Licentiate in Theology, t Late Fellow of the University. 

a Found. Sch. b Exhili. c TheoL Sch. d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. 
/ Univ. .Vlath. Sch. g \"an Alildert Sch. h Gisborne Scli. / EUerton Sch. 
k Barry Sch. / Newbv Sch. »t De Bury Sch. o Long Fr. y Helleii. Gk. Pr. 
/ Theof. Pr. » Hebrew- Pr. z Lightfoot Sch y I'm'v. Hebrew Scii. 

' Professor of Latin in the Uijiversity and PJxamiiiing Ch.-iplain to the Bishop 
of Hristol. 2 'Hon. Canon ot Norwich. > Pro\ost ot Invtrness Cathedral. 
* Canon of Waiapu. 5 Warden of the College of the Resurrection. Mirlield. 



434 



IIA 1 l-"li;i,0 COI.LliC.lC (m.a.) 



jMooii', i\t'\. n.iiiii'i. 

Morton, Rov. John Mitfortl.^f 
MiHilsvliilo. Rev. Stephen 

l^lilKtiJ Piatt.' 
Muinlorti, Rev. Kennetli William. 
Murray, V'en. Frederic 

Richardson.* - 
Murray, Rev. John William 

Craiit'iird.* 
Murrav, Ivev. Saiiuic-l Reginald 

Glanvill. 
Nail, Rev. William. 'V// 
Nash, Rev. John Res^inald. 
Navlor, Rev. James William.* 
Neiiles, Rev. Wilfred Huntley. 

*cfu 
Necker, Rev. Harry Young. 
Nesbit, Rev. John William. « 
Netlen, Rev. W'illiam. 
Newth, Rev. James Aldridge.^'- 
Nicholson, Rev. John Wm.w 
Noon, Rev. Alfred Knight.* 
Oldfield, Rev. Thomas 

■Muiphy.* 
Oldroyd.Rev. James Blyth. 
Olver, Rev. Stanley Edwin 

Linley."« 
Olivier, Rev. Gerard Kerr. 
Ormerod, Rev. Jose|>li Thomas.* 
Owen, Rev. Llewellyn Arthur. 
Owen, Rev. Oswald Williams.* 
Padfield, Rev. George. */«* 
Parkinson. Rev. Charles.*^/ 
Paulley, Rev. Frederick Edmund. 
Peach, Rev. Herbert. 
Peach, Rev. Oswald Albert.* 
Peacock, Alfred Holden. 
Pearse, Rev. Francis Eling. 
Pegg, Rev. Edward Thomas. 
Peploe, Rev. Charles 

Frederick. *c^/ 
Pcrrv, Rev. George Stewart. 



Phair, i-iev. George Cathcart. 

Phelp, Herbert Henrv./ 

Phillips, Fred. A 

Phillips, Rev. Walter.* 

Pickup, Rev. Frederick. a 

Pickup, Frederick Arthur.a 

Piercy, Rev. William Coleman. 
*n(/ * 

Pilling, Rev, Jonas. *«? 

Piatt, Rev. James.* 

Powell, Rev Harold Robert 
Powell.* 

Raillon, Rev. William. 

Raw, Rev. George.* 

Reade, Rev. Edvvaid 
Frank. *a'/ 

Redgrave, Rev. Hyma Goulden, 

M.Litt.*- 
Reed, Reginald Charles. a? 
Rendell, Rev. James Carter. 

Rhodes, Rev. Obadiah. 
Richards, Rev. Sydney William 

Letcher. t/ ■• 
Ridgway, Rev. William John.* 
Rilcliie, Rev. Andrew Binne)". 
Roberts, Rev. Robert Edv\in. 
Robinson, Arthur. *tr5/M 5 
Robinson, l\e\. Augustus 

Gossage.*° 
Robinson, Franklyn.l«/"' 
Robinson, Rev. John Charles.* 
Robson, Rev. James. *c<7/« 
Robson, Rev. William. *a^ 
Rogei son. Rev. Charles. 
Roper, Rev. Harry.* 
Ross-Lewin, Rev. Robert 

O'Donelan.'^ 
Rust, Rev. Edward. *£■/?< 
Samler, Rev. William Surman 

Had ley.* 
Samuel, Rev. John Evan. 
Sanderson, Frederick \\m.\a/g 



' Licentiate in Theologry. t Late Fellow of tlie University. 

a Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. d Theoi. Exhib. f Univ. Math. Sth. 
eVan MilJertSch. / Newby Sell. ■/ llellen. Gk. Pr. .v Gabbctt Pr. . /t Theol. 
Pr. « ilcbrew Pr. 

« Principal of St. Chad's College, and Lecturer in Liturjj-iolog^y. ^ Archdeacon 
of Belize. Honduras. 3 Dean of White ands Col.e^e, Chelsea. ■» Minor Caiion 
of Bristol. 5 Professor of Lojjic and Psycholojjy. <i Canon of St. Miehaijl's. 
Coventry. 7 J.P-. Commissioner of Court of Kequc-sis. Coroner, Malacca. 
"' Hob. CanoB of Newcastle. 



IIATKI!:i.n COLLEGE (.\LA.) 



435 



Scott, Rev. Edwin. (? 
Scott, Richard John Ernst. 
Scott, Rev. Sidney Herbert.* 
Sedgwick, Rev. Francis. 
Sexton, Rev. William John.*6 
Sheppard, Rev. Edgfar Stuart. 
Shrewsbnrj', Rev. Clievorton. 

U-dt 
Simson, Rev. Henry Frew. 
Skinner, Rev. Thomas Henr\'. 

"-ht 
Smith, Rev. Arthur Hour)-. 
Smith, Rev. Charles Albert. 
Smith, Rev. Charles John.tfV 
Smith, Rev. Charles LlewelU'ii. 

Smith, Rev. Edward John 

Cottrili." 
Smith, Rev. John Reader./(/x' 
Smith, Leigfh.frt ' 
Sniilii, Sherwin.rt 
Sodcn, Rev. James Newton. 
Spedditig-, Frederick Eglin.n' 
Squanre, Rev. Arthur Henry 

Planiagenet. 
Stainshy, Re\. William 

Cliipchase.6 
Stealey, Rev. Henry Thomas. 
Stewart, Robert St rot her. 
Stimpson, Rev. James Frederick 

Alexander. *r 
Straker, Rev. Harry. 'Vv'^ 
Swales, Rev. Francis. « 
Swatridg-e, Rev. Charles.' 
Taylor, Rev. Frederick Wm.* 
Taj'lor, Rev. Harry Hamilton. 
Taylor, Rev. William 

Lancaster. *Z»rf 
Theodosius, Harold Georg-e.rt6 
Theodosius, Rev. Norman 

Wewry * cdt 
Thetf'ord, Rev. Francis 

Stephen. rt 
Thomas, Rev. Sutcliffe.* •• 



Thornton, Rev. Albert Henry.' a 
Thurlow, Rev. F"rancis Ralph. 
Tollida}-, Rev. Richard 

Edward. rt^;/ 
Tomkins, Rew Cecil Henry. 
Treble, Henry Arthur. 
Trevor, Rev. Geo. Wilbert'orce. 
Tudsbury, Rev. Richard. "c/ 
Wainwrig'ht, Rev. Robert.'' 
VV^alker, Rev. John Kenworthy. 
Wall, Rev. Sydney Herbert. 
W'almsley, Rev. William 

X'ernon. 
Walters, Rev. Thomas Collins.^' 
Walton, Rev. James Lyons. 
W'ansbrougfh, Rev. Fredeiic 

Ray.*r-/' 
Wardle, Rev. Christopher. Urr^ 
Washer, Rev. Georgfe Ernest.* 
\\'atson, Frederick Bain- 

bridg-e.(7/'5 

Watts, Rev. Johii Ord. |7(/' 
U'atts, Rev. Samuel Thomas. 
Weatherburn, Rev. Charles 

Leonard. '^ct\ 
Wetherell, John 
Wharton, Rev. William Philip 

Nicholas John. 
W'hetstone, Rew William 

Robert. 
White, Re\ . Arthiu- Frederick. 
\\'hile. Rev. William Ottey.'Vc? 
White, Hubert \'ictor Naros. 
Whitings, Re\ . Charles luhvin. 

Whitley, Rev. Herbert 

Lingard. 
Wilcox, Rev. Frederick 

Thomas.' <•/ 
Wilkinson, Rev. James. 
Wilkinson, Rev. James Wm.// 
Wilkinson, Rev. Lancelot 

John.*c 
Wilson, Rev. John.* 



* Licentiate in Theologfv. t Late Fellow ot the University. 

a Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. / Univ. Math. Sch. 
g \ an Mildert Sch. Ji Gisborne Sch. /,■ Barry Sch. / Newby Sch. m l)e 
Bury Sch. s Gabbelt Pr. / Theol. Pr. « HeVirew Pr. II Univ. Hebrew Sch. 
§ Gibson Pr. 

' Hon. Canon of Birmingham. - Principal ot the Government training 
College, Ceylon. 3 Registrar of the University. 4 Hon. Canon of Ripon. 
5 Assistant Lecturer in .\hithematics. University of Leeds. ^ F.R. Hist. S. ; 
Vice-Principal of St. Chad's Colleye and Lecturer in Ecclesiastical History. 



430 



HATFIELD COLLEGE (M.A.) 



WiiuiMir, l\i-\. R<.-i;iii,ilil 

Wi'iKJ, Re'.. Jame> Kirkmaii. 
Wooci. Rev. Tlionias Henry. 
Woodlianis, Rt'v. Stiiarl.* 
Woods, Rev. Johii.*rt? 



XWuHlwarii, Rev. Aiiluir 

Retfinald. 
Wriulil, Rev. James.* 
\\\l<es, William iMackman.!) 
\'oimy, Rev. |i>hii. I r//.V 
\'oimiJ-, Rev. Maxwell. 



M..S. 



Hig-jjfs, Frederick Seatifrave, H..A. 

M.LlTT. 

Redijrave, Re\ . 1 lyma (.ioulden.* Robsoii, Rev. James. *r^/«. 



H.A. (/ 

Abe, Rev. Francis }ohn. *cJi:/ 
Anderson, William ClifFe 

Folev.<f<'/.s- ' 
Archibald, David Alexan.ler 
Archibald, Rev. John. 
Arthur, Hriniex'. ;,'• 
Ashlon, Samuel luiwaid. 
Ashworlli, Rev. Frederick./; 
Atkins, Rev. Samuel Hastintj's. 
Atkinson, Georg-e.'^t' 
Bagyaley, Rev. Stephen. "r«' 
Bairstow. Horace.* 
Barlow, Rev. Harold Rotfer. 
Barnes, Rev. F"rederick. 
Bastow, Rev. Charles Horace. 
Bearder, Rev. Xoel Jones. *«' 
Beaufort, Isev. Lewis Waller 

William. 
Bell, Rev. Ceoisie Robert, c/ 
Bell, Rev. Henry James. 
Bell, James. 

Belton, Re\. P'rancis (.leorye. 
Bennett, Rev. William 

Frei-ierick. 
Birkbeck, Rev. William 

Alexander. 6tf 
Blackburn, Rev. Ai'thur. '7/ 
Bland, Krnest Edward. 
Blood, Rev. Edward Lewis.* 



////. II /I/.). 

Hoswall, Rev. Luther Henry. 
Hretiin, Rev. Aiulrew Noble 

William. 
Hridg-e, Rev. William Henry.* 
Bii>oks, Arthui- Doug'las. 
Browne, William Todd. 
Brunskill, Freilerick. 
Buckley, Rev. Cliarles 

Faulkner. 
Bardon, Rev. Henry. 
BiuiJfis, Rev. William (iaistord. 
Burn, Jc>hn Humphrc) . 
Burne, Rev. Harry. 
Burns, Rev. James. Rolinvell. 
Campbell, Rev. Frank Gordon 
Campbell, Rev. Henry Charles 

Brabazon.* 
C^iss, Re\. George William 

Leonard. *<:/« 
Castley, John Henry. 
Chamiinj;, Rev. Herbert. 
Chantry, Rev. William Joseph. 
Charlton, Rev. John Spark. 
Chilling-worth, Rev. David 

Hare. 
Cl.ark, Rev. George Wallis 

Newport. 
Clayton, William Dixon. 
Clemenl,s-Frazerj Rev, Julius. 



' Licentiate in Thcolog'y. t Late FeWow ot the Univci'siiy. 

a Found. Sch. 6 Exhib. c Tlieol. Sell, d Theol. Exhib. c Univ. Class. Sch. 
/ Cniv. >faih. Sch. fr V'an Milderl Sch. X" Barrv Sch. / Newbj' Sch. o Long- 
Pr. ry Hellen. Ck. Pr. 4 Gabbatt P^. /f Theol.' Pr. « Hebrew Pr. .v Math. 
Pr. r L'niv. Hebrew Sch. : l>ip. Th. 

' Setrttary of the Berkshire Kdiiojitiiin Committee. ' Prebeiidarj ol Wells. 



HATFIELD COLLEGE (B.A. 



437 



Cockerham, Rev. John Henry. 
Collier, Rev. Arthur. 
Cooper, Rev. Bernard Ralph. 
Cooper, Rev. Ernest Henry 

Hewlett. *«(/!? 
Cooper, Rev. William.' 
Cnmberbirch, Hubert. 
Dalrymple, Rev. Albert Ernest. 
Danks, Frank Atkinson 
Darb\ shire- Bowles, Rev. 

A\"iiliani Edward. 
Darwall, Rev. Dyotl \Vhateley.,fr 
Dawe, Rev. Ernest Richard. 
Dawson, Arthur William. « 
Dawson, Rev. Edward Victor. 
Dawson, Henry St. John. 
Day, Rev. Georg-e Edward 

Ferens. 
Drew, Rev. Waiter Thomas 

Hollier.c? 
Drew, William Chailes 

Babbage.rt 
Duddington, Rev. Lionel.* 
Dunn, Rev. Ernest W^illiain. 
Eastwood, Rev. William 

Burton." 
Edwards, Rev. Walter (5sbert 

William.* 
Elsiob, Rev. Auberon. 
Evans, Rev. Evan William. rrt' 
Evans, Thomas. 
Fairbourn, Rev. Samuel 

Sciiofield. 
F"airow, Rev. Alfred Ellis. 
Farrow, Rev. Charles.y 
Ferg-uson, Ralph Sanderson. rf 
Fewtrell, Rev. Harold Percy. 
Forster, Rev. .Andrew, 
ffolkes. Rev. Francis Arthur 

Stanlev. ' 
Fiti, Re\'. James. 
Forde, Gordon Miller.* 
Forman, Francis. 
Forth, Re\'. John Fra\iing. 



Frazer-Hmst, Rev. Hugh 

Douglas. 
Gahan, Rev. Horace Stiilingf 

Townsend.*-' 
Gawn, Rev. Wilfred Wilson.* 
GifFord-Wood, Douglas.^/ 
Gilbert, W'alter. 
Gillespy, Rev. Francis Roelmck. 
Godfre\'. John Robert Aufrerc. 
Godley, Rev. Arthur Forster. 
Goodacre, Rev. Charles 

Bailey. * 
Goodwin, Rev. Alfred Reginald. 
Graham, Rev. John. 
Green, Rev. Thomas Bakewell. 

Griffith, Rev. David Howell. 
Griffiths, Rev. IMorg-an John./^ 
Grundy, Rev. Georg-e William. 

Gwilliam, Rev. Charles Lemuel. 
Hains, Rev. Charles Edward. 
Hall, Rev. John. 
Hamilton, Rev. William Henry. 
H anbury-Tracy, Bertram 

Henry Algfernon. 
Hardy, Edwin Pearce.^ 
Harland, Rev. Charles Joseph.* 
Harris, Rev. Clifford Ashleigh. 
Harris, Rev. Frederick 

Georg-e. *c/ 
Harris, John Frederick. 
Harrison, Rev. Frederick 

Handel. 
Harte, Claud Lovelace. </ 
Hastings, Rev. Francis Georg-e 

Burrows. 
Hawdon, Rev. William Watson. ^ 
Ha\-,Re\-. Robert Snowdon.- rrf3 
Healy, Rev. Samuel. 
Hedley, Rev. William Hemw. 
Henderson, Rev. Alexander.*/ 
Hickman. Rev. Gerald Gregor\'. 



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Licentiate in Ttieoh 

« Found. Sch. r Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib 
Mildert Sch. /i Gisborne Sch. / Ellerton Sch. 
t Theol. Pr. u Hebrew Pr. 

" M V.O., Chaplain in Ordinary to H.M. Kinj,' CJeorg-.- \'. ' Chaplain 
to the Risiiop of Aberdeen and C.-inon of Aberdeen. 3 Bishop of Hobart. Tasmania. 
4 M.B.E. 

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43? HATFIELD COLLEGE (B.A.) 

llirks, WalttM- Kdwaixhf. Kerr, Rev. George Henry 

Hill, Rev. Frederick Archer.' Bruce.*/ 

Hill, Rev. Joiiii Crassweller. Knowles, Rev. Charles Power. 

Hilton, Rev. Ceorife." Leach, Rev. William .Allan.* 

Hinchliff, Rev. Samuel Biii,i;ham. Leadbitter, Rev. Walter 

Hobdey, Rev. William Henry. Ferguson. 

Hodgson, Rev. Alfred. Lee, Rev. Joseph Nicholas. ^r/r/ 

Hodgson, Rev. Michael./- Leng, Rev. John Arthur. 

Hodson, Charles Thomas. Lewis, Ernest John.* 

Hogan, Re\. John Palmer. Leyshon, Hector McQuarrie. 

Hore, Rev. Arthur.^- Lightfoot, Rev. George 

Horn, Rev. William Richard. 6 

Horner, Stanley David Milnes.« Lister, Rev. John Thorpe.* 

Horsford, Rev. James Thomond Lock, Wilfrid James. 

O'Bryen. Loughton, Rev. Joseph. 

Horton, George Charles Mack, Rev. Horace Bernard./) 

Dunbar. Marriott, Rev. Henry. ' 

Horton, Rev. Joseph Thomas. Marsh, Rev. Frederick 

'^ck Thomas. *</ 

Houghton, Rev. Perc\'.* Mason, Rev. William.* 

Howard, Rev. James George Mathers, Rev. Herbert Priestly. 

Morton. Mears, Arnold de Quincev.^^/ 

Howard, Robert Henry.* Melville, Rev. John William 

Hughes, Rev. Herbert.* Alexander. 

Hunter, Rev. Thomas. re Merryweather, Rev. Frank 

Huntington, Re\ . Thomas.* Bertrand. 

Ingledow, Rev. Walter Miller, Rev. Thomas William. 

Canrobert. Milward^Rev. Frank Harcourl. 

Jackson, Rev. Donald Williams. * Mitchell, Rev. Frederick 

Jackson, Rev. Frederick.* William. 

Jenkins, Rev. William Henry. Morgan, Philip Charles Pughe. 

Johannes, ALachertick Carapiet. Morgan, Rev. Ernest David 

Johnson, Rev. Beaumont. Tilson.* 

Johnson, George Vicars. Mosby, John Edward George J 

Johnston, Rev. Francis Murray, Rev. Evan Bruce. 

Featherstonehaugh Musgrave, Rev. Thomas 

Jones, Richard Jefferson. Randolph. 

Joyce, Rev. James Leonard Nash, Rev. Percy Louis Chas. 

Upton Brownlow.o Nesbit, Rev. Robert Bailey. « 

Joyce, Rev. John. Nesbit, William John. 

Jubb, Rev. John .Stephenson. Nesbitt, Alexander Wallace // 

Kay, Rev. William. Newsome, Cecil Arnold V^esey* 

Kemp, Rev. Herbert Victor. Niven, Rev. George Cec\\.*d 

' Licentiate in Tlieolof^y. 

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Sch. h Gisborne Sch. J Ellerton Sch. /.■ Barry Sch. / Newbv Sch. 
o Long- Pr. r Foreig-n Lang. Pr. / Theol. Pr. } Dip. Th. 

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HATFIELD COLLEGE (B.A.) 



439 



Nixon, Joseph. 

Officer, Rev. Leonard Sydney. 

Og-ilvy, Rev. Ernest William 
Arthur. *c/ 

Osborne, Joseph. 

Oiiseley, Rev. John Grove. 

Owen, Rev. David. *cku\\ 

Owen, Rev. Evan Lewis. 

Owen, Eyton Pritchard. 

Parry, David. 

Pauli, Rev. Horace Tonilinson. 

Peacey, Rev'. William Howell.* 

Pembridge, Rev. Chandos 
Richard. 

Pe[)percorn, Rev. John William. 

Peiry, Rev. Lionel Guj-. 

Perry, Rev. James Ernest.* 

Philipps, James Erasmus 
Tracey. 

Phillips, George Richmond. 

Phillips, Rev. Harold Philipson.* 
Phillips, Rev. Tudor. 

Pinnix, Rev. Ernest Edward. 

Pollard, Horace, ae 
Potts, Norman Rhead. 
Preston, Rev. William. *c/ 
Raine, Rev. Angela.'^ a c/ 
Raine, Rev. James./ 
Ramsay, Rev. George Owen 

Chichester. 
Rawlings, Rev. Kenneth. 
Redshaw, William. r? 
Reed, Rev. Alfred James. *6- 
Rees-Jones, Rev, John Percy 

Rees. 
Rees, Rev. Edgar George. 
Renwick, Rev. James 

Clarence. 'V 
Richards, Rees Parry.// 
Robins, Chas. \'ictor Lionel. « 
Robinson, Rew Charles 

Valentine Boyle. *r(7' 
Robinson, Rev. Edward Shinn. 



Robinson, Rev. Henry. 
Robinson, Rev. John Henry.* 
Robson, Rev. Henry. 
Ross-Lewin, Rev. Richard 

Sargint Sadleir.' 
Rowcroft, Gerald Stansfield 

Kennedy. 
Rowland, Rev. John Rees. 
Royds, Rev. George. 
Rudd, Rev. Philip. "V/ 
Rudd, Rev. Thomas. 
Russell, Rev. Ernest. 
Scaife, Isaac. 
Scoiigal, Rev. Joseph. 
Sellwood, Eustace Lionel. 
Shakespear, Rev. Charles 

Henry.* 
Simmons, Rev. Wilfrid John. 
Simpson, Robert Guest. </ 
Sladen, Rev. Tom Goldthorp. 
Smith, Rev. Claude Stuart.* 
Smith, Rev. Henry Darroll. 
Smith, James Murdoch. 
Sniithson, Rev. John Edward.* 
Snepp, Alfred Neville. 
Spencer, Rev. Cecil. 
Stacy, Rev. Paul./^ 
Statham, Rev. Walter.* 
Stephenson, Rev. Joseph 

Vo\\'\er.*c/!t 
Stooke, Rev. Frank. 
Sumner, ReV'. William James. 
Surtees, Rev. William Ambrose. 
Sutlierland, Rev. Arthur Hugh. 
Swatridge, Rev. William.* 
Tate, ReT. William Howes. ^ 
Taylor, Rev. Edw^ard Howard.* 
Taylor, Rev. Fred.**-/ 
Taylor, Rev. Thomas Henry. 

Taylor, Rev. Thomas Howlett. 
Theophilus, Rev. Ernest 
Tvfaelos-. 



* Licentiate in Theoh 



a Found. Sch. r Theol. Soli. </ Theol. E-xhih. <• Univ. Class. Sch. 
/ L'niv. M.ith. Sch. /i Gisborne Sch. / EUerton Sch. k Barry Sch. 
t Theol. t'r. tt Hchrew I'r. 7V Comp. i'r. || L'nlv. Hebrew Sch. 

' Canon and Treasurer of Limerick. ^ Vice-Prin.ipal, Chichester Theol. Coll. 



440 



HATFll'LD (.OLLliGli (H.A.) 



Tlioinasoii, Rev. William. 
Tliomlinson, .AitVeti Cinarlfs. 
Thompson. Georg'e. 
Tliompsoii, Rev. Henry. 
Thompson. Rev. Ivobert 

.Melealfe. 
Todd. Rev. John.dr 
Toppin, George Ilintl. 
Tovev, Rev. Colleil John.* 
Towiisend, Rev. Herbert. 
Trenijove, Frederielv Arnndell. 
Tndsbury, Rev. Dodson. 
TurnbuU, Rev. Thos. 

Alieliael.^ 
Turner, William Oswald. rf 
Tyack, Rev. Georjjfe Smith. 
Uttley, Rev. Milton riural. 
\'allinsj"s, Basil Rawdon. 
V'ickers, Rev. Thomas. 
\'iclor, Rev. Dennis. 
Victor, Rev. Osmond. 
Walker, Rev. .Arthur Edmund 

Leg^h.* 
Walkei-, Rev. Charles Wm. 
Walker. Rev. Herbert Sioors 

Gerald.* 
Walker, Rev. John ICtiwaitl. 
Wallintf, Re\. John. 
Walters, Rev. Henry Thomas 

Cadwallada William. 



Walton, Rev. Harry I'ereival. 
Wansbroug-li, Rev. Horace 

Septimus.* 
Wareham, Re\. James. 
Waterfield, Rev. John. 
Waton, Rev. Charles 

Frederick. 
Walts, Alfred. 

Whalley, Rev. Ernest Retjinald. 
Wheeler, Rev. Charles Robert 

Eyre.* 
Whitehead, .Aluretl. 
Whitehead, Rev. Arthur Fry.* 
Whitehead, Rev. Stephen Fry.* 
Wiencke, Rev. Hubert Everard. 
Williams, Rev. John. 
Willou^hby, Rev. James. 
\\ ilson. Rev. Robert 

Wetherall. 
Winspe.'ir, Rev. Frank. 
Winlerton, Rev. Frederick 

James. 
Wolkenberg', Rev. Reg'inald 

Lane.rt 
Wood, Rev. Henry Eldred.* 
Woodruffe-Peacock, Dennis 

Max Cornelius. 
W'ooler, Sel\v}ii Price.' 
Worthinjcton, Rev. William. 
Young-, Rev. Charles Ellison.* 



B..\. (other than in ////. niif.) 
Ellis, Horace Aiihui-.r/ Orton, John.a^ 

B.C.L. 

Biss, Rev. Sydney. Whiting, Rev. Charles Edwin.*' 

Scott, Richard John Ernst. Young, Rev. Chark's Ellison.* 

Stewart, Robert .Strothir. 

M.B. 

Wilson, Charles William. 

B.Lirr. 
Cochrane, Rev. Ralph' Allen. 



■ Licentiate in Theologfy. f D.Th.P.T. 
a Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Scli. d Theol. Exhib. 
HcWrcw Pr. jj Univ. Hel.row S.h. t Di. Th. 

' Vice-Principal of St. Chad's Colle,'e. 



t Thool. Pr. 



\ 



HATFIELD COLLEGE. 



441 



B.Mos. 
Batten, Rev. John Henry, .\I.A. 

LiCKNTIATES IN ThKOLOGY. 



Allton, Rev. David Thomas. 
Appleton, Rev. Charles Reg'inald. 
Appleton, Rev. Thomas. 
Arkless, Rev. Edward. 
Arnold, Rev. Herbert James 

Frederick. 
Baddeley, Rev. Joseph 

Jeremiah. 
Baker, Rev. Robei-t Hippesley.r/ 
Barber, Stephen. 
Barker, Rev. Frederick William. 
Barrett, Rev. Benjamin. 
Baleman, Rev. Henr\ W'altei' 

Joseph. 
Bates, Rev. William. </ 
Bowcock, Rev. Arthur. 
Brett, Rev. Jesse. 
Biiffey, Rev. Francis Goodburn. 
Cloug-h, Rev. James. 
Cook, Rev. Richard Henry 

Jiimes.di 
Cooke, Rev. Alfred Roland. 
Cormack, Rev. James. 
Crabtree, Rev. James. c/ 
Crei^hton, Rev. John Henrv 

David. 
Cresswell, Rev. Frederick 

Williams. 
Crowther, Rev. Frank Ernest 

Heibert. 
Dale, Rev. William. 
Davies, Rev. David Llewellyn 
Davies, Rev. Gwih-m. 
Davies, Rev. John William St. 

Aubrey. 
Davis, Rev. Frederick Wm. 
Davis, Rev. William Henry. 
Da)', Rev. George Edward 

Foden.o' , = 

Denison, Rev. W^illiam. 
Dixon, Rev. James Simpson. 
Dixson, Alexander Donald. 
Diiddington, Rev. John 

Nightingale. 



Dunne, Rev. Edmund Charles. 
East, Rev. William Bernard. 
Eastman, Rev. Claude Tennent. 
Ed wards,. Rev. William. 
Ellison, Rev. David. rf/?- 
Evans, Re\'. Goronwv Haj'dn. 
Evans, Rev. Harold Eaton./ 
Fairbrother, Rev. James. <^/ 
Farrar, Rev. Shirrass Raymond. 
Fenton, Rev. Enos. 
Ferguson, Joseph George 

Thomas. 
Ferris, Rev. Hermann Boys.c 
Frost, Rev. Ernest Isaac. 
Gee, Rev. Lawrence. 
Ciilbert, Rev. Herbert Stanesby. 
Gomersall, Tom Llewellyn. 
Graham, George. 
Gray, Rev. Stephen Percival. 
Greenwood, Rev. Robert. 
Guardabassi, Victor .Albert, 
Hall, Rev. Stuart. 
Halls, Rev. Henr}' James. 
Hamlyn, Rev. Frederick 

CoiH-ad. Xt 
Harding, Rev. Richmor.d 

Edward. 
Harland, Rev. Wm. George. 
Harrison, Rev. John. 
Hart, Rev. Charles Dudley. 
Hartley, Rev. Samuel. ff 
Hartwright, Rev. William 

Richard. </ 
Hayward, Rev. Albert Eilward. 
Heald, Rev. Percy. 
Heigham, Rev. Alan Eraser. 
Hetherington, Rev. William. 
HinchclifFe, Rev. Edmund 

Henry. 
Hinscliff, Rev. Claude. c 
Holding, Rev. W^illiam. 
Holmes, Rev. Robert Henr\'. 
Holt, Rev. Charles Frederick. 



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44-' 



HA I I'IKl.n lOLLKC.li (L.lll.) 



Hoiinsfield, Rev. N\>i-m:m 

Goaiey. 
Hunt , Rev. John. 
Hiiiuer, Rev. William Cleofg-e. 
Hutcliinson, Rev. Charles Hilton. 
Hullon, John. 
Illinyworth, ]\e\ . William 

Henry. 
Ing'e, Rev. Hui^h Francis 

Neville. 
Jenkins, Rev. William. 
Jenning's, James Beckett. 
Jenning's, Rev. John William.^/ 
Jobson, Rev. Frederick William 

Baron. 
Jones, Rev. Herbert Llo\il. 
Jones, Rev. Hubei't Waiter. 
Joyce, Rev. Henry Morroug-li. 
Knight, Rev. Henry Craddock. 
Lancastei", Rev. Thomas. 
Lattin, Rev. Joseph Watson./ 
Levelt, Rev. Thomas Prinsep. 
Lewis, Rev. John. 
Lig'htfoot, Rev. John./ 
Lince)', Rev. Richard. 
Lovejoy, Rev. Henry Ta\-lor. 
Lumsden, Rev. Marshall \\'inder. 
Alacdermott, Rev. Kenneth 

Holland. 
McGonig-le, Rew Thomas 

Georgi'. 
McGonig-le, Rev. William Alex- 
ander. a'/ 
McGowan, Rev. John. 
McNeil, Rev. Henry Cameron. 

cd 
Mais, Rev. John Brodie Sluart. 
Marriott, Rev. Samuel Hail. 
Mang'han, Rev. Andrew Brown, 
Maw, Johti Augustus Parker. 
May, Rev. Henry Clark. 
Miller, Rev. Edwin Arthur. 
Mitchell, Rev. William 

Augustine. 
Moore, Rev. Roald Macartney. 
Moore, Rev. Thomas. 



Morgan, Re\'. Isaac. 
Morgan, Rev. John Waller. 
Morris, Rev. William Prosser. 
Neal, Rev. Thomas. 
Newson, Rev. Fredei-ick John. 
Noble, Rev. Mark Athel." 
Nutbrown, Rev. John. 
Ofiicer, Rev. Arthur White. 
Osborne, Rev. Sydney Herbert. 
Pattinson, Rev. William. 
Pearson, Rev. \\'illiam. 
Piiili|ips, Rev. John Erasmus. 
Phillips, Rev. David Griffith. 
Phillips, Rev. Henry. 
IMiillips, Rev. Wm. Heniy. 
Powell, Fitzhenry Townshend 

Sciidamore. 
Powell, Rev. George Oldroyd. 
Powell, Rev. Henry Ebenezer. 
Rawland, Rev. Sydne)' 

Manifold. 
Ivedman, Rev. (leorge 

Ormerod. 
Rees, Frederick LlewclUii 

Forsailh. 
Rice, Rev. Francis Henry. rf/ 
Rich, Rev. Charles Herbert. 
Richards, Rev.Astley Septimus. 
Richards, Rew Edward. 
Richardson, Rev. Gerald. 
Richardson, Rev. James. 
Richardson, Rev. William. 
Robinson, Rev. Henrj'. 
Robson, Rev. John William. 
Ross, Rev. Samuel Gilbert 
Carr. 
Sharland, Rev. Geoige Edward. 
Sims, Rev. William Jolin.f 
Smith, Rev. Harold. 
Smith, Rev. Herbert Scott. 
Smith, Rev. James. 
Smith, Rev. William. 
Smithson, Rev. Charles Oxley. 
Smythe, Rev. Gordon Fuller. 
Snepp, Rev. Ernest Henry. 
Spencer, Rev. John Charles. 



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HATFIELD COLLEGE (L.TH.) 



443 



Spens, Rev. Andrew Nathaniel 
\Vadhani.r>6 

Spink, Rev. Bernard. 

Spink, Rev. Edwin Cumber- 
land. 

Stewart, Coin-ad Anderson 
Morshead. 

Style, Rev. Alfred Charles. 

Sumner, Rev. George. 

Sumner, Rev. Stephen Blaii-. 

Tansley, Rev. Charles. 

Terrv, Rev. William. c 

Thomson, \\'illiam Ernest 
DOvly. 

Thornton, Rev. Robert. 

Threlfall, Rev. John Richardson. 

Thwaites, Frederick. 

Thwaites, Rev. William. 

Tibbits, Rev. Gervase Orton. 

Tovev, Rev. Collett John. 

Turner, Rev. Henr\' Arthur. 

Tuson, Rev. Arthur. 



Tuson, Rev. Richard. tf/ 

Tuttiett, Rev. Lawrence 
Rayner.r 

Verity, Rev. Richard Ridle\.^ 

Viner, Rev. Cuthbert Alfred. 

Walker, Rev. Jan.es Alfred. 

Warrington, Rev. Perc}- Ewart 

Waterbur}'. Rev. Frank 
Garfield. 

Wheeler, Rev. George Edward. 

Wheeler, Rev. George Massey 
Eyre. 

VVhitaker, Rev. John. 

White, Rev. Charles Edward. rf 

Whitelaw, Rev. Matthew- 
Charles. 

Whittam, Rev. James. 

Wild, Rev. Harry. 

Williams, Rev. John Lewis. 

Williams, Rev. Owen Francis. 

WoodrufFe-Peacock, Rev. 
Edward Adrian.' 



STUDENTS IN THEOLOGY 



Mitchell, Elliott 
Laurie, Matthew Robinson ... 
Edwards, Clement Victor 
Sulivan, Rev. Douglas Bunburv 
Farnell, Allen James 



Ep. igo8 

i\L 1910 
,, 1911 
Ep. 1919 



STUDENTS IN ARTS. 

Robinson, John 

Parsons, Wilfrid Arthur 

Gronow, Wilfrid Henr}' 

Powell. Joseph Bertram 

Telfer, Francis Thomas ... ... 

Bill, Charles Robert Edward Horsfall 

Hasell, Rev. William Dacre... 

Thompson, John Howie 

Conan-Davies, Ivan Alwyn ... 

Needham, Oscar 

Swan, John Hughes Francis Rowell ... 

Smith, William 

Douglas, Frederick John Thomas 



... M. 1906 
E. 1907 

... M. ',' 
Eji. 1908 

... M. ,',' 



E. 



1909 



c Theol. Sch. 



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' F.L.S.. F.G.S. 



444 



HATFIELD COLLEGE (ARTS.) 



Bush, Sidney Geortje 

Steams, Herboit Dudley 

Ethell, Rev. Tlionias Frederick 

Png;li, David Price... 

Morley, Rollo Streat field 

Jones, Arthur 

Rushbrooke, Charles Edward 

Purvis, William Berry 

Bratlley, Michael Lewis 

Jones, Frank Alfred Cecil 

Moffatt, Howard Albert 

Solly, Percy Robert 

Edniundson, James... 

Graves, Walter Eccleston 

Hughes, Percy Brownlowt ... 

Clough, Robert Gewaise 

Heaton, Edward John 

Morgan, David Millingchamp 

Waddington, William Bernard 

Sharp, Thomas William Scott 

Dannatt, Cecil a 

Bradford, George Oubridge... 

Glanley, Reginald Robert Lloyd 

Simmons, Horace Enfield 

Jackson, George 

Harrison, Thomas Harold ... 

Naylor, Cecil Henry 

Maddison, Ernest John Cecil 

Orton, Harold 

Walton, Henry John 

Adamson, Richard Shafto ... 

Boyce, Edwin Harding 

Miede, William Victor 

Wren, John Charles Edward rt 

Sanderson, James Benjamin 

Hull, Mark Reginald b 

Steed, Percy ... ... -.. 

Barton, John 

Stockdale, Albert Percy 

Ward-Davis, Cecil Dickson 

Spaul, John Robert 

Lampard, Frederick Norman Stocken 

Verrells, Herbert Stuart 

Heanej', John ... ... ... 



M. igoq 



E. rgio 
M. ., 



Ep. 11)1 



E. iqi. 
M. ., 



Ej-i. i()i4 

Ep. 1913 
M. \\ 

M. 1917 



,, 1918 
M. 1919 



Ep. 1920 



a Found. Sch. * Exhib. t Jenkyns Sch. 



HATFIELD COLLEGE. 



College Expenses. 



Caution Money* 

Annual Charges, inclusive of Admission and 
Tuition Fees, and Fees for University (but 
not Matriculation) Examinations, each on one 
occasion ; also Board, Lodging-, Subscriptions 
and Gratuities, (but not Degree Fees or 
Laundry charges) 



445 

£ s. d. 
500 

90 o o 



These charges are payable in three equal terminal instalments 
in the tirst week of Term. 

Clergy, Married Students, and some others, are allowed to live 
in licensed lodgings, and to provide partially for themselves. In 
such cases the Caution Money and the charge for Terminal 
Battels (consisting of Luncheon and Dinner in the Hall), are 
reduced. ' ' 



* This is a guarantee fund against loss by terminal defalcation, and is returned 
to a student when he leaves the University, if his debts to the College have been 
discharged. 



BISHOP COSIN'S HALL. 



This Hall was opened in October, 1851. The 
arrangements were nearly the same as in Bishop 
Hatfield's Hall. In Michaelmas Term, 1864, the 
Students then in residence were transferred partly 
to University Colleg'e and partly to Bishop Hatfield's 
Hall. 

M.D. 
Powell, Sc'iidamore KytlK-y. 

B.A. 

Irviiijc, Samuel. 

LlCKNTIATK IN TniiOLOGY. 

Kinifstoii, Rev. Joliii.' 



' Honorary Chaplain to the Territorial Force. 
446 



ST. CHAD'S COLLEGE. 

This Colletje was opened in Micliaelmas Term, 1904, 
as a licensed Hall of Residence for the reception of 
Students in Theology or Arts, but primarily for the 
training' of Candidates for Holy Orders who are of 
limited means. It was constituted a College in 1919. 

In the case of candidates of special ability who are 
wholly, or in part, unable to defray tlie fees of the 
L'niversity and of the College, the Council will, on the 
recommendation of the Principal, make grants of 
Exhibitions and Bursaries so far as the funds at their 
disposal admit. The following endowments are at 
present available for this purpose : — The " Douglas 
Horsfall " Exhibition of the value of ^60 per annum, 
the " In Memoriam Capt. Robin Horsfall" Exhibition, 
the "Per Ardua ad Astra", Exhibition, each of the 
value of ^.100 per annum, the "William. Jones" 
Bursar\ , the " Eilen Elizabeth " Bursary, the " Frank 
Tobin " Bursar)^ the " Moulsdale " Bursary, the "In 
Memoriam" Bursary, the "John Wakeford " Bursary, 
the "York" Bursary, the "James Marke Wood" 
Bursary, the "John Hedley Tuebrook " Bursary, the 
"Bishop King" Bursary, the " Clampitt " Bursary, 
and the " Sir Alfred Jones" Bursary, each of the value 
of £^0 to ;^40 per annum. These endowments are 
generally allotted to Candidates for Holy Orders who 
are capable of reading for an Honours Degree. 

There is also one College Fellowship of the value of 
;£^i20 per annum at least, tenable by a graduate in 
honours. 

Principal and Chaplain. 

Rf,v. .Stephen Rich.\rd Pl.\tt MorLSD.\LE, M.A., B.D. 

Vice-Prin cipal. 

Rev. Ch.arles Edwi.x Whiting, M..\., B.D., V, .Q .\^r ckst ^ 

Classical Lecturer. 

L.\WRENCE Ambrose Body, M.A. 

Fellow and Tutor. 

Rev. Geoffrey Xoel Bacon, M..A.., ^.Sc.bko 

* Licentiate in Theology. 
b Exhlb. c Theol. Sell, k Barry Sch. o Long Pr. .v Gabbett Pr. t Theol. 
Pr. § Gibson Pr. || Univ. Hebrew Sch. 

447 



448 



ST. chad's college (m.a.) 



Hiifiows, Rev. Osberl Mordauiit. 

Corletl, Rev. Hubert Edward. *rf 

Jauncey, Rev. Ernest. *«'/'! 

Honorary M.A. 
Horsfall, Howard Doiig^las. 



M.A. 



Bacon, Rev. Philip Gordon.*: 
Bacon, Rev. Geoffrey Xoel.W'o ' 
Badham, Rev. Henry. *A§"0 
Bennett, Rev. Ivor Sterndale rr 
BinTows, Rev. Osbert 

Mordaunt.d' 
Caulton, Rev. John Stewart. 
Clayton, Rev. Ralph. 
Coleman, Rev. Harry 

Augustus. c 
Cooper, Rev. Ca.vc\.c 



Xesbitl, Rev. Eric John 

Williams. nfw.s' 
Newell, Rev. Laurence Bevil 

Charles. rJt 
Pag'e, Rev. Harold Kinj^'. «i9" 
Park, Rev. Thomas Harrison.* 
Pitcher, Rev. Walter Huyo.rt 
Ranson, Rev. Charles Doi-man 

Richardscin.* 
Reeder, Rev. Wiiliain.6 
Robson, Rev. John Snowdon.c 



Corlett, Rev. Hubert Edward. *«? Scott, Rev. Frank Hopt= 
Everard, Rev. Edward Dunbar.* Furneaux. 
Finch, Rev. Laurence. « 



Gray, Rev. James. c 
Harrison, Rev. Edward*^ 
Hawker, Rev. Digby James. 
Herring, James 'Miiir.az 
Huntle\', Rev. Sidney .Alfred 

Norris.* 
Hurwood, Rev. Henry 

Hehden.bk 
James, Rev. John Williams. rt 
Jauncey, Rev. Ernest. *(f/i| 
Kay, Rev. Charles, a^s 
Monks, Rev. Henry. *rf 



Sladden, Rev. Harry 

Eversley. «;m 
Siratton, Rev. John William, 

B.Litt. * 

Taylor, Rev. Walter Robert 

Gordon. d\ 
Tucker, Rev 
Turner, Rev. 
L'nderwood, Rev. Ralph 

Edward.* 
Warwick, Rev. Gilbert Henrv 

Wallace.* 
Williams, Rev. William Morri 



Basil Roberts. 
Arnold Neville. J 



B.A. 



Aldridge, Rev. Thomas Roland 

Lees. 
Armour, Rev. Thomas Makinson. 
Bailey, Rev. Cyril William. J 
Ballance, Rev. Hedley Tabor. 
Barker, Rev. Thomas Percy 

Conyers. 
Berey, Rev. Arthur Samuel. 
Blood, Arthur Gordon az 
Boden, John Posnett.«^§ 



Brunning, Rev. Ernest Richard 
Burn, .Aubrey Ronald 

Graham. fi 
Butcher, Rev. Lionel Lancelot. 
Butler, Leslie lUingworth.c 
Butterworth, Rev. Joseph.* 
Capel, Rev. Hairy. 
Charlton, Rev. Thomas 

Frederic. 
Cheethain, Rev. Eric Samuel. 



* Licentiate in Theology. 
a Found. Sch. b E.xhib. c Thcol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. 
Sch. g Van Mildert Sch. k Barry Sch. >n De Bury Sch. o Lonii- Pr. 
5 G.-\bbett Pr. i Theol. Pr. z Lightfoot Sch. II Univ. Hebrew Sch. 
JJ Bible Pr. 1 Capel Cure Pr. t Dip.Th. i Maltby Pr. 

' A.R.C.S. 2 Sub-Warden Jamaica Theological College. 



ST. CHADS COLLEGE (B.A.) 449 

Clapion, Rev. Thomas Harold I'arkinson, Rev. Air. 

Wayte.*^// Phillips, Rev. Herbeii Stanley.c 

Cowg-ill, Rev. John Edward. Pickles, i\.ev. Harold.'' 

Crewe, Rev. Jabez.' (f Price, Rev. John Andrew. 

Cuslance, Rev. Martin.* Randle, Rev. Alfred Percy.* 

Dencer, Rev. Charles. Roberts, Roland Harry 
Fincken, Vernon Shaw Taylor.- \\'illiani.+§ 

Freer, Rev. Waller Leacroft. Robinson. Rev. Ernest. *f/ 

Frisbv, Geoffrey:!:. Rolfe, Rev. Harold Peyton. 

Gibbons, Rev. Arthur. Roonie, Rev. James Vese}.* 

Gorman, Rev. Charles Rowlands, Rev. Stanley John.c 

McMiirirv. Salt, Arthur Lewis Gardner. 

CtOss, Drummond. Sampson, Rev. Robert Claude. 

Greenwood, Re\'. Aiihur Henry.* Sandell, Warren Leslie Lake. 

Hall, Re\. Douijlas \\'arren, Schmidt, Rev. Christian James. 

B.Litt.<,i- Scott, Colin Francis. r 

Hard\', Re\-. Cvril Ernest. 6" -Shairp, Rev. Stephen Francis. 

Hawksiey, Rew Perci\.i] Smith, Rev. Edgar Ernest. *i 

Eilward. '■'(•/ Sneed, Rev. Frank Leslie. r; 

Havward, Rev. William Geort^e.* Stamp, Rev. Philip." 

Hemingway, Rev. Norman. Slobbs, Rev. Arthur Richardson. 

Higgs, Rev. Charles Chester. .Swithinbank, Rev. Francis 
Hobbs, Rev. Ernest William. Sine!. 

Hodges, Charles Frederick. Tadman, Rev. Robert Hartley. 

Jackson, lxe\'. Edwin. Tudor, Rev. Roland Henry. 

Jarvi'-, Rev Frank Deans. "(^Z Weaver, Rev. Samuel. 

Johnson, Rev. James Bovell.*/ Wellingtori, Rev. Henry. 

Johnson, Rev. John Oldham. (/ Wiggett, Re\'. William 
Johnston, Rev. George Edward Harry. *(7'/' 

W'aldron. Wilkinson, Rev. Lancelot. 

Jones, Rev. lorwerth Llo\'d. Williams, Rev, Griffith.* 

Langhorne, Edward Herbert. Williams, Rev. William Noel. 6 

Laurence, Rev. George. *(f Winsianley, Rev. Ernest Hope. 

Lloyd, Rev. Harold Ouintus.'Vi'/ W^-atten, Rev. William 
Mcinlyre, Rev. Arthur Clark. r Wayland.* 

Michelsen, Rev. Lionel Edward.' Wright, John NichoKon.///;/ 

Mills, Rev. William Robert Wynne, Rev. Francis Da\id 

Dunstjm. Xesbitt. 

Paget, ArthurGordon Westwood. 

H.LiTT. ■ • 

Hall, Rev. Douglas Warren, -Str.ttlon, Rev. John William, 

B.A. ' M.A. 

DlPLOMx\ IN ThKOLC^GV. 

Henderson, Rev. Richard Maitland, B.Sc. 
Smith, Rev. Malcolm. 

* Licentiate in Theolo|=^^■. 
a Found. Sch. h Exhib. c Theol. Sen. d Theol. Exliib. t; V.m Mildert Sch. 
/; Gisbornc Sch. k Barrv Sch. m De Bnrv Sch. u Long- Pr. ;■ Theol. Pr. 
z Lightfool Sch. *] Capel Cure Pr. ^ Declamatbn Pr. J Dip. Th. 
1 Militar\ Cr. 



450 ST. chad's college (l.th.) 

I,HKNTIATES IN ThEOLiIGV. 

Hi'\in, Ri'^. |;uiK'> Ci>urtney.<:/(7 Pondei", Re\'. Albein Williaiu. 

Biiil, Rev. Alberl Harry. </ Pliilipson, Rev. Robert William. 

Cathrey, Rev. Thomas William Piekworth, Rev. John All kins. 

Werner. Roberts, Rev. Hubert Edward. 

Ciiambers, Rev. Clifford Cecil. Sellsvood, Rev. Allied Heiny. 

Foi-rest-Bell, Fabian Anthony Simnis, Rev. Francis Henry. 

Fra\lingf, Rev. Howard Spreatlbury, Rev. Wilfrid 

Edmund. Charles. ci' 

Goodworth, Rev. Eric Francis. </ Staley, Rev. Stephen Clarence 
Hill, Rev. William Alfred. Harrison. 

Holme, Rev. Thomas. Sireatfeild, Rev. Harold 
Jeffries, Rev. William. Dallon. 

Litiler, Rev. Richard. a' Towers, Rev. John .Arnold. 

Marshall, Rev. Robert Wallace, Rev. Thomas. 

Campbell. Whitworth, Rev. W^ilter. 

Mortjan, Leslie Haiold. Williamson, Rev. John. 

STUDENTS IN THEOLOCiY. 

Daybell, Rev. Cecil Norris ... ... ... ... E. 1909 

Dixon, Rev. Norman .. ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Rees, Campbell Llewel3'n John ... ... ... Ep. 1913 

Macg-regor, Robert ... ... ... M. 1919 

STUDENTS IN ARTS. 

Brent, Rev. James William ... .. ... M. 1908 

Hnni, Rev. Cecil Bertram ... ... ... ... Ep. 1910 

Clay, Rev. .Arnold ... ... ... ... ... Ep. 1911 

Johnston, Philip ... ... ... ... ... Ep. 1913 

Reep, Ixoifinald Horace ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Tavlor, Bernard Edg'erley ^r ... ... ... M. ,, 

Lowes, Joseph Hatfield (^/ ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Welsfoi'd, Percy .Samuel James ... ... ... ,, ,, 

AVhite, Hug-h Henry ... ... ... ,, ., 

Griffin, James Bernard ... ... ... Ep. 1914 

Pavne, Edward Hugh ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Broad, .Arthur Nowell r ... ... ... ... M. 

Eves, Harold Cecil ci' ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Owen, Llewelyn William Griffith' ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Lewis, Cecil ... ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Mason, -Aidan ... ... ... ... ... Ep. 191 5 

Bagnall, .Alfred Ernest ... ... ... ... M. 

Herbert, George Reginald... ... .-.. ... ,, ., 

Hickin, Rev. Adolphus (lordon Stewart ... ... ,, ,, 

Wilks, Harold Goodwin ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Le .^L^surier, Philip Renouf ... . ... ... M. 1916 

Bentley-Goddard, Rev. Ernest John ' ... ... M. 1917 

Butterworth, Herbert William ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Davies, Owen ... ... ... ... ... ,, >, 

a Found. Sch. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. k B.irry Sch. t Theol. Pr. 
II Univ. Hebrew Sch. 
' Military Cross. 



I 



ST. chad's college (arts). 451 

Finch, John Halliwell ... .. ... ... M. 1917 

Hook, Norman c/ ... 

Norris, Arthur Henrj-i^ 

Strong, Georg-e Noel a 

Wynne-Owen, David 

Brown, James Jeffer.son 

Parry, Gu}' Richmond 

Slater, John Reginald rt ft ... ... ... . . 

Arniitage, Cyril Moxon ... ... ... ... Ep. ig 

Faulkes. Charle.s Henry ... ... ... ... ,, 

Westall, Wilfrid Arthur Edmund ... ... ... ,, 

Wynne, George William Limrick ... ... ... ,, 

Tye, Charles Harold ... ... ... ... E. 

Cox, Hubert Newcombe ... ... ... ... M. 

Wilson, Herbert Reginald ... ... ... ... ,, 

Berestord, Clive ... ... ... ... ... ,, 

Caullon, Sidney Gething ^0 ... ... ... ,, 

Clarke, Maurice ... ... ... ... ... ,, 

Ellwood, John Nevvinan .. ... ... ... ,, 

Lot'thou.se, Ralph 5 ... ... ... ... ,, 

Pa^■ne, George Thomas Metcalfe ... ... ... ,, 

Proud, Mark Wright ... ... .. ... ,, 

Campbell, Archibald Ketmeth ... ... ... Ep. iq 

Harvey, Patrick Roger 
Kemp, Kenneth Cyril Alfred 
Wickens, Raymond Percy... 



iq 



College Expenses. 
Caution Money* ... 



£ 



Annual charges, inclusive of Admission and 
Tuition Fees, and Fees for University (but 
not Matriculation) Examinations, each o>i one 
occasion ; also Board, Lodging, Sub.scriptions j" *'° 
and Gratuities, (but not Degree Fees < 
Laundry charges) ... ... ... ,,. ... j 

These charges are pa3'able in three equal terminal instalmei 
in the first week of Term. 



• This is a guarantee fund against loss hy terminal defalcation, and is returned 
to a student when he leaves the University, if his debts to the College have been 
ilischarged. 

a Found. Sch. b Exhili. d Theol. Exhib. Long Pr. ft Jubilee Pr. 



ST. I O H N ' S C' O L L E G E 



This Colleg^e was opened in Michaelmas Term, 1909, 
for Students in Tlieology and Arts. 

The Council of the Colleg"e will, on the recommend- 
ation of the Principal, award Exhibition.s or bestow 
Bursaries, so far as the funds at their disposal permit. 
The followini^ Exhibition is at present available : — The 
"Eleanor Cruddas " Exhibition iif the value of ^40 
per annum. 

Principal and Chaplain. 
Rev. Charles Steel Wallis, M.A.' 



Rkv. 



Vice-Principal. 
Herbert Highes, M.A. 



Classical Tutor. 
Rkv. I'ERtlVAL RVDKR P'rost, B.A. 

Assistant Chaplain. 
Rkv. Hk.n'rv Yorke Ganderton, M.A. IT 



Rev. 



Teacher of Elocution. 
Hlbekt Davu) Highes, .M.A.- 



Honorary D.D. 
LiiiloM, Rig'hl Rev. James Henr)'.'' 

Honorary M.A. 
Walts-Ditc'hfield, Right Rev. John Edwin. 

M.A. 
Baker, Rev. Fieci. 
Barstow, Rev. John Sniilhsoii. 
Berj^g-, Rev. Gordon Henry.' 
Boiehani, Rev. Frederick. *r/ 
Brown, Rev. Cecil.* 
Burton, George. 
Bush, Edwin. X 
C.Hnnell, Rev. Robert John.' 
Chau, Kwan Lam.*/ 
Ganderton, Rev. Henry 
Yorke. t ^ 



Goffin, Rev. William Henry. 
Harman, Rev. Christopher 

Francis.* 
Hoklen, V'en. John.'l 5 
Hughes, Rev. William Roberts 
Jarvis, Rev. George James.* 
Johnson, Rev. Thomas 

Sparshott. 
Kelland, Rev. .Alban Joseph. + 
Latham, Rev. Samuel Boyes.* 
Lewi.s, Rev. William Herbert. 



* Licentiate in Theology. X Dip.Th. ^| Capel Cure Pr. 
d Theol. Exhib. t Thcol. Pr. || Univ. Hebrew Sch. 
' .\s>iociate in .Music, Trinity College, London. ^ Minor Canon, Durham 
Cathedral. i Bishop in Persia. ^ Bishop of Chelmsford 5 Archdeacim of 
Kwang-Si. China. 



ST. JOHX'S COLLEGE (M.A.) 



453 



Lister, Rev. George 

^Iuschamp.* | 
Maddrell, Rev. Henry.* 
Morg-an, Rev. Alfred Thomas 
Pakenham, Rev. Edward 

Thomas.* 
Phillips, Rev. James.* 
Priestnall, Rev. Thomas 

Hornb3'.1T 
Siviter, Rev. Isaiah.* 
Stockdale, Rev. Robert 

Edward.* 

B..A. (in lilt, ant.) 
Banks, Rev. Ralph.* 
Betts, William Stanley. 
Bird, Rev. John Good.* 
Bishop, Rev. Walter Henry.* rf 
Boves, Rev. Percy Vincent.* 
Browne, Rev. William. 
Callister, Rev. Joshua Enoch. *« 
Chalmers, Rev. Reginald. 
Cockell, Rev. Clement.* 
Cole, Rev. Henrj' Peter. 
Cooksley, Frank Robert. X ' 
Crag'gs, Thomas Augustus. 
Davidson, Rev. Walter John 

Havelock. 
Dobson, Henry Walker, cz 
Drewer, Rev. Sydney Walter.* 
Duncan, James Nevile. 
Eastwood, Rev. John Edgar. 
Edniond, Rev. Thomas Edyar." 



Thomas, Rev. Hedley 

William./? 
Thompson, Rev. Ernest. 
Thompson, Rev. Henry 

Adamson. 
Thorpe, Rev. .Alfred St. John. 
Warner, Rev. Arthur Hugh. 
Webb, Rev. Frederick 

Reginald. 
Whiteley, Rev. Henry. 



Edniondson, Rev. Joseph. * 
Farthing, Rev. Robert Henry. *« 
Fieldhouse, Rev. Ernest.* 
Fryar, Rev. William. 
Gates, Rev. William Armstrong. 
Goode, Alfred Edward. 
Gough, Rev. William Arthur.^ 
Gunton, Ernest Fiederick.* 
Harper, Rev. Donald Stanier. 
Hayes, Rev. John.*«' 
Hedger, Rev. Frank.* 
HinchlifFe, Rev. Stanley. 
Hiipe, Rev. Jdseph. 



Jennings, Rev. William Henry 

Lancashire. 
Killick, Claude Gorringe.6 
Latham, Rev. Mortimer Cecil.* 
Lawrence, Rev. William 
Bernard. 
' Lawrence, Rev. George.* 
Lea, Re\'. James Irwin. 
Lee, Rev. Frank Sidne\. * 
Lennie, Rev. Selby. 
Linton, Right Rev. James ' 

Henry. - 
Loxton, Rev. Francis 

Wortley.// 
McLaren, Ernest. 
Moore, Rev. Claude Philip. 
Moore, Rev. Percival Spencer.* 
Moulding, Rev. Ernest Briggs. 
d Ozanne, Rev. Arthur Giles. 



Quick, Douglas Edward. 
Richardson, Rev. Charles 

Gray burn.* 
Ridler, Rev. Herbert BuUer. 
Roberts, Rev. Llewellvn 

Edwin Lloyd.* 
Rowlands, Rev. Evan William. 
Ruddle, Rev. Hepburne 

Chai-les.*fi!' 
Sargent, Rev. William 

Abraham.* 
Schwabe, Henr}- Karl. 
Seymour, Rev. Charles Cyril.* 
Sharpe, Rev. Ernest Bell.* 



• Licenti.Tte in Theology. II Univ. Hebrew Sch. "I Capel Cure Pr. t Dip.Th. 
' IMilitarv Cross. - Bishop of Persia. 

a Foiiiul. Sch. h Exhih. ■ r Theol Sch. ./Theol. Exhili. /; G.shorne Sch. 
i Li-htfoot Sch. 
29 



454 



ST. John's college (b.a.) 



Sheplieixl, Ro\. Alfreil.*<f 
SilU, Alfred. 

Siiiiili, Rev. John Edwin. 
Waghorn, Rev. Lewis 

Edward.* 
Wall', Joseph Gadd. 

K.A. (other than /;/ lift, ant.] 

Towers, Frank. 

Diploma in Theology. 

Preston, Rev. John Howard. 

L.Th. 

Banks, Rev. Bennett .Maxwell. 
Bariiey, Rev. John. 
Bazalgette, Rev. Sidney William. 
Beaghen, Rev. Arthur. 
Bnrd, Rev. James Henry. 
Camm, Arthur Hobhouse 

Ashworth, d 
Compton, Rev. Fredv'rick 

Edward. 
Cooke, Rev. Francis Ewarl. 
Goodwin, Rev. Wilfred Lee 

Bcckles. 

STUDENTS IN THEOLOGY 

Chandler, Rev. Bertram George 
Redfern, Rev. Thomas « 



Weston, Rev. George Thomas. 
Wickham, Rev. Walter 

George.* 
Wilson, Rev. John Robert.* 
Wood, Rev. Harold Edward.* 



Hordern, Rev. Frederick Hugii. 
Kent, Rev. Elliott Charles 

Archer. 
Loney, Rev. Basil. 
Mallin, Rev. Arthur Frank. 
Parslew, Rev. Reginald 

Bovvering. 
Rawnsley, James. 
Sides, Rev. Frederick James. 
Walker, Rev. Frank Weston. 
Walton, Rev. Norman Annan. 



191 1 



STUDENTS IN ARTS. 



Vaughan, Charles Burgoyne 
Mcintosh, William James ... 
Long, Geoige Donald 
Shuttleworth, Rii-hard Charles 
Brown, George Stephenson 
Smyth, William Kerr 
Maunsell-Eyre, Richard Hedges 
Phillips, Philip Lewis 
Disbrowe, Ernest Herbert Duncan 
Ibbotson, Tom Chainberlin ... 
King, Arthur Hedley . . 

Brooke, Herbert William 
Clough, Herbert 
Dryden, William Bertie 
Good, William P'rederick 
Sulhrien, George ... 
Davies, Ernest Llewelyn 



M. icjog 

E. ,, 

M. 1910 

M. 1911 

Ep. 1912 

M. '/. 

M. 1914 



Ep. 1915 



" Licentiate in Tlieolotry. 
d Theol. Exhib. o Long Pr. 



ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE (ARTS). 



455 



Thiippleton, Gilbert 
Johnson, Sidney Pycroft a 
Briggfs, Thomas Holmes 
Heale}', Lancelot Reginald 
Beagflehole, Cecil Henry 
Farrer, William Benjamin 
Rhodes, Edgar Basil 
Roberts, Windsor ... 
Rowlands, Daniel Stephen . 
Sharpley, Roger 
Calcraft, George ... 
Cowburn, Frank 
Dickens, Arthur William 
Evans, Redvers Christopher 
Fulfbrd, Sydney 
Hutchinson, Ernest 
Johnston, John Henr}- 
Trot man, Lionel William 
Walkden, Herbert Peter 
Wilson, Reginald Charles 



College Expenses. 



M. igi5 
,. 1916 
Ep. 1917 
1919 
M. 1919 



Ep. 1920 



Caution Money* 

Annual charges, inclusive of Tuition Fees, 
and Fees for University (but not Matriculation) 
Examinations, each on one occasion ; also 
Board, Lodging, College Tuition, Subscriptions 
(but not Degree F'ees or Laundry Charges) 

These charges are payable in tiiree equal terminal instalments, 
in the first week of Term. 



a Found. Sch. 

* This is a guarantee fund against loss by terminal defalcation, and is returned 
to a student when he leaves the University, if his debts to the Coileg^e have been 
discharged. 



B E D K COLLEGE. 



Bede College was opened in 1839 as a Church of 
England Training College for Schoolmasters. In 1919 
it was brought into connexion with the University and 
granted the status of a licensed Hall of Residence for 
L^ndergraduates by the Council of the Durham Colleges 
with the approval of the Board of Education. 

Members of Bede College who graduated in the 
University prior to 1919 are included in the list of 
graduate members of the College. 

Principal. 
Rkv. Donald Jones, B. D. 

f 'ice- Prin cipal. 
Alexander Oswell, M.C, B.A. 

Lecturers. 
Thomas William Powell, M.A. 
Alexander Oswell, M.C, B.A. 
Frank Bentley, B.A. 



M.A. 

Almond, Robert Robson. I'owell, Thomas William. A 

Bailey, Rev. Philip l")a\id. Tilley, Thomas Blanshard. 

Cuthbertsoii, James Edwin.' Todd, Ralph. 

Dunn, Rev. Alexander. V'asey, Thomas. 

Easterby, William. Waite, Peter James. 

Eng'lish, Rev. Vickers.* Webster, John William. 
Martin, Rev. Herbert Sej'monr. 

.M.LlTT. 

Cuthbertson, James Edwin.' Tilley, Thomas Blansliard. 

Dann, Frederick Edwin. Todd, Ralph. 

Davison, Harold Arfaest. Wardhaug'h. Thomas William. 

Easterb}-, William. Webster, John William. 

B.A. 

Hindmarsh, Thomas John Movvat, Rev. John Dickon. 

Redpath. Osw'ell, Alexander. rf 

Hyde, Rev. Tom Dodsvvorth.*^?/ Sur tees. Rev. George 

Lees, Rev. Georg-e Robinson. Wardropper. 



* Licentiate in Theology. 

d Theol. Exhib. h Gisborne Sch. t Theol. Pr. 

' Director of Education, Todmordcn. 



456 



BEDE COLLEGE (B.LITT.) 



457 



B.LlTT. 



Allan, Charles William. 
Bailey, Rev. Philip David. 
Davis, Charles Leonard. 
Emmett, Herbert. 
Falconer, Thomas McKenzi< 
Hall, John Henry. 
Hall, Matthew. 
Herbert, Thomas Simpson. 



Honeyball, Matthew. 
Lamb, Robert Robinson. 
Martin, Rev. Herbert Sej'mour. 
Potts, Edwin. 
Steward, Thomas. 
Ternent, William Henry. 
Whittle, George Thomas. 



L.Th. 

Henderson, Rev. Hamilton. ffl?/ 
Ragg, Rev. Robert Edward. 

STUDENTS L\ ARTS 

Child, Horace Cyril 

Elliott, Andrew 

Harden, Harry 

Hornsby, Joseph Arthur 

Moody, Thomas 

Rawes, Frank .. ... 

Scott, George Thompson 

Siddle, Ronald John 

Snowdon, Duncan .. 

Thrasher, Reginald W'illiam Lambert 

Trotter, David 

Wharrier, Robert Henry 



M. igig 



c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. t Theol. Pr. 



ST. MARY'S COLLia.h. 

Tliis Hostel was opened in Kaster Term, 1899, for 
the reception of Women Students in any Faculty 
except that of Theology. It was constituted a College 
ill 1920. 

Students of the College are classed under the various 
Professors, Tutors, and Lecturers, according to their 
qualifications and attainments, and are on the same 
footing as other students of the University. 

All the Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions in 
Arts offered by the Council of the Durham Colleges 
(see pp. 286-7) are open to women as well as men. 

One Exhibition for women only is offered for 
competition at the October Matriculation Examination. 
The Winifred Foster Scholarship of £^yO a year is 
awarded, when vacant, at the July Matriculation 
PXxamination to a wornan candidate of limited means, 
partly on the result of the Examination and partly on 
School reports. 

The above are tenable for one year in the first 
in>tance, after which they may be continued or 
discontinued, increased or dimini.shed, according to 
the recommendations of the Examiners in the First 
Public Examination. 

Pri>i cipal. 
Rachp:l Eleanor Diff I3oNALnsoN, M.A. 
Censor and Tutor. 
GWKNiK>LEN Edith Gwyllyam Watkin.s. 

M.A. 

Atkins, Dora Winifred. «>§ Donaldson, Rachel Eleanor 

Caljender, Bessie. o Duff. 

Chandler, Florence Sarah. How, Clara Isabella. 6 

Chandler, Marg-aret. Lloyd-Hlvans, Rose. 

Cooke, Ethel Elizabeth. Molland, Gertrude Annie. 

Corner, Marg-aret Amelia Penning'ton, Amy Isabel. 

Aug^usta. i VVorsnop, Kathleen. 

Dawson, .Alice Constance. « Wraggfe, Phyllis. 
Dawson, Eunice.§ 

a Found. Sch. b Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. { D.Th.P.T. 
I Univ. Hebrew Sch. 



1 



ST. MARY S COLLEGE. 



459 



M.LlTT. 

Gautby, Constance Bertha. MoUand, Gerliude Annie. 

B.A. (in litt. ant.). 



Clei^iC, Catherine Ehzabeth.(7^§ 

Davis, Muriel. rt§ 

tianib\', Constance Bertha. 

Haworih, Mabel Editli. 

Hooper, Dorothy. 

Kendle, Carissima Mar\- Emma. 

Liddell, Gladys Mary. 

MrLa,rty, Mary.« 

Maxlow, Edith Maud. 

Maxlow, Ethel Elizabeth. 6§ 



Maynard, Marjorie Kathleen. 
Pestle, Gladys Pelham.af'§ 
Thorning, Mary Isabella. 
Tomson, Marjorie. 6 
TunniclifFe, Ag-nes Constance. 
Walters, Blanche Eliza Annie 

Beavan. 
VVarne, Eleanor./; 
Woodley, X'iolet Evelyn. 



B.A. (other 

Barlow, Alice Askew, rwt 
Biss,-'Irene Ma).^ 
Cann, Ethel Jean.a 
Carev, Edith Dora Gladys. 
Clothier, Gertrude Elizabeth. 
Dodds. Winifred. § 
Garbett, Annie Maude. 6 
tiilchristj Jessie May. 
Harle, Mary. 6 
Hutchinson, Edith lane. 
Iliff, Phyllis.« 
Mahony, Alice. 



than in litt. ant.). — 

Reid, Annie Alexander. 
Robinson, Mary Barron.;- 
Sprag-iron, Hannah Ma\'.a§ 
Thomas, Eliza. 
Thwa'te, Dorothy Marie 

Lennox. f 
Trougfliton, Hlmma Penrose. 
Tunstalj, Xorah Marian. 
Wheatley, Winifred Marg^aret.i 
Whitfield, Nora Beatrice. 
Wilson, Rose Elizabeth. 
Worsley, Ruth Mary. 



B.LlTT. 

Bass, Isabella. Lloyd, Katie Irene Frederica 

Beaumont, Marjorie Helen. § Potts, Kate Heseltine. 

Brown, Hannah. Renton, Ag'nes Fulton. 

Cochran^, Dora Alexandrina.§ Seeley, Lilian Maude. 

Da}', Gdrtrude Elizabeth Noble. Smith, Janet Stewart 



Dickins, Maud Mary. 

Dobson, Ellen. 

Earp, Lilian. 

Emmet, Lucy Marg'aret.g 

Georg'e, Kate. 

CVreg'iif, Ann. 

Gregg', Laura Mabel. 

Holborn, Ellen. 

Holmes, Lily Isobel. 

Hubbard, Dorothy Wheatley. 



Spafford, Hilda Mary. 
Thompson, Margaret. 
Thorning, Mary Isabella. 
X'alentine, Isabella. 
Walters, Blanche Eliza Annie 

Beaven. 
Ward, Ida Caroline.' 
Warne, Eleanor./; 
Worsnop, Kathleen. 



<i Found. Sch. b Exhtb. e Univ. Class. Sch. o Long-. Pr 

r Foreign Lang:. Pr. w Winifred Foster Sch. § D.Th.P.T. 
t Dip. For. Langs. 
' Assistant in tlie Phonetics I'epartment, Univ. Coll., Lend. 



460 



ST. MARY S CCILI.EC.K. 



STUDENTS IN ARTS. 

Farkasch, Ruth.r ... 

Gooilwill, Maud Bessie 

Tomliiison. .Mary Dorotliy ... 

Hutchison, Coriiina Buckman <? 

Nicliols, Doras Winifred <f 

Clayton, Klizabetli Helena ... 

Davies, Gwladys Helen .Antonielta Gazzana., 

Ej'les, Olive Roberts (7 

Gilelirist, Doroth}' Stuart 

Mafintvre, .Aline Marion Reed 

Noble, Eva Jane Mar\^ Spark 6 

Pearson, Evelyn Muriel a 

Raine, Doris Elizabeth 

Joyce, Elsie Nora .. 

Ramsden, Jean 

Arrowsmith, Doris Mary 

Barlow, Etheldreda Mary Glyn 

Best, Ruth ... ' ..' 

Home, Dorothy Mary 

Hutson, Cora 

Marshall, Barbara ... 

McDonald, Barbara Crispin 

Sedijwick, Beatrice Annie ... 

Shepherd, Amy 

Simni, Constance Houg-hton 



1912 
1914 
1916 
1917 

1 9*1 8 



1919 



College Expenses. 



Annual charges, inclusive of Admi.ssion and' 
Tuition Fees, and Fees for University (but 
not Matriculation) Examinations, each on one 
occasion ; also Board, Lodg-ing, Subscriptions 
and Gratuities, (but not Degree Fees or 
Laundry charges) 



£ s. d. 
90 o o 



These tees are payable in three equal terminal installments 
in tlie first week of term. 



Found. Sch. i> Exhib. r I'orcitn '-anjf. Pr. 



N O N - C O L L i: G I A T E MEMBERS, 
(Unattached). 

Non-Colleg^iate Members of the University were first 
admitted in Epiphany Term, 1871. 

Censor 0/ Unattached Students. 
Rev. John Hall How, M.A. 

D.D. 
Trevaskis, Rev. James.*/ 
D.C.L. 
Batchelor, Rev. Alh-evl Williams. Short, Rev. Joseph. *ra'/;/ 
Granger, Rev. Arthi;;-. Waters, Rev. Robert Amor. *<^ 

Hnnns, Rev. Albert. Westg-arth, Rev. Frederic 

Iniies, Rev. Williamson Rust.^' William. 

Irving', Rev. David. Wilson, Harold Francis. *rf/|| 

B.D. 
Barclay., Rev. Leonard Lleweilin, Rev. Frederick 

Lancelot. *rtii>^o /-//<. Georg-e. 

Cliiheroe, Rev. Graham Loney, Rev. William. *c.^/ 

William. *«' Morris, Rev. Georg-e Fercival. 

Featherstone, Rev. Thomas.* Newell, Rev. Charles Samuel. 

Higgins, Rev. Alfred Charles.* N'oel, Rev. George Henrj'. 
Hughes, Rev. Robert David. 3 Peacock, Rev. Frederick. 
Hunt, Rev. Bernard Patteson Shon, Rev. Joseph. 'erf/// 

Wathen Stather. Woodnard, Rev. Harry. 

Irving, Rev. Francis Forester. 

M.A. 
Abigail, Rev. William James. Bartlett, Rev. .Vrthur Gerald 

Abraham, Rev. Albert Joseph Drewe. 

James. Batchelor, R._-\ . Alfred 

Adams, Rev. Francis John. Williams. 

AUott, Rev. David. Batey, Rev. James.* 

Archer, Rev. Thomas Michael. Bazell, Rev. Charles. ^ 
Arney, Frederick George. a6 Bennett, Rev. John Nicholson. 

Askwith, Rev. William.* Bentley, Rt. Rev. David 

Atkinson, Rev. William. W^illiams.a* 

Augur, Rev. James William.*/ Bentley, Rev. John.*/ 
Ayscough, Rev. Harold Harper.* Bevan, Rev. John William.* 
Bambridge, Rev. Joseph John.^ Bird, Rev. George.* . 
Banks, Rev. Jacob.* Blackburn, Rev. Charles Ellel 

Barclay, Rev. Leonard .Anderson. */- 

Lancelot. Blackburn, Rev. Eastwood." 
Barff, Rev. Henry Foard. Blanchett, Rev. Charles Isaac. 
Barker, Rev. Joh nson. ____^ 

* Licentiate in Theology. 
a Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. </ Theol. Exhib. k Barry Sch. 
o Long Pr. r Foreign Lang. Pr. / Theol. Pr. u Hebrew Pr. I Univ. 
Hebrew Sch. 

I Minor Canon of Hereford. ^ Fellow of the University of Bombay ; Hon. 
Canon oi Canterbury. 3 Prebendary of Wells Cathedral. ^ Assistant Bishop 
of Jamaica and Principal of Theological College, Jamaica. 

461 



462 



N\'>N-COI.I.KC;i.\TE MEMBERS (m.A.) 



Blonkinsopp, Ivfv . William 

Raine. 
Bonnev, James Patterson. c// 
Borrowdale. Rev. John 

Steward.* 
Bolt, Rev. Arthur Jolin. 
Booth, Rev. James. 
Boviltbee, Rev. Huyh Edimmd.* 
Brail, Rev. Arthur John. 
Bridye, Rev. Henry Noel. 
Brown, Wilham. 
Brown, Rev. William Tom.* ' 
Buckley, Rev. Charles 

MeKenzie. *(//'/ 
Burns, James. 
Busheil, Rev. Edward.* 
Butler, Rev. Edward Thomas. 
Bvrde, Rev. Henrv Charles 

Waller. 
Campbell, Re\ . Huj^^li H\miei 

Harrison. 
Casson, Rev. John.'V/ 
Chapman, Rev. .Alexandei 

Johnston. 
Chapman, Rev. Geort;e. 
Charlton, Ralph Hedley. 
Cheesman, Rev. Re_ifinai(.i I'hilip 

Ernest. 
Church, John Wesley. .v 
Cla]jperton, William Robert. ae 
Clease, Rev. Albert Edward. *a?/ 
Chicas, Rev. John. 
Collins, Rev. James Havelock. *c/ 
Cooke, Rev. Fred AntclifFe. 
Cooper, Rev. Alfred Ernest. o 
Cooper, Re\ Leonard Leader. 
Corbishley, v'harles 

Alphonsu'...;^/ 
Cornish, Rev. Hubert Walter. 
Cornwell, Rev. John Wannop. 
Coupe, Frederick .Anthony. 
Covefdaie, Rev. Thomas Elvin. 
Cowen. Rev. Lawrence Stanley 

Artiinr. 
Co>5, Ven. Lionel Edgar.- 



Crai^'-Thomsiin, Rev. William. 
Creaton, Re\ . Honald 

HumiihreN .* 
Critchley, Harry Georg-e. 
Croinpton, Rev. Ellis .Arthur.* 
Crossland, Rev. Herbert.* 
Crowe, Rev. Arthur Hedley.// 
Crowe, Rev. Charles 

Benjamin.* 
Cullen, Rev. William Frederick.* 
Cutten, Rev. James Aldred. 
Cutter, Rev. Harry Pevcy.*d/u 
Cuniming-s, Rev. James.* 
Dall, James. 
Daniel, Rev. Jolin. 
Davidson, \'en. James. ■ 
Davies, Rev. GrifTith Robert. 
Davies, Rev. .Matthew Henrv 

Woodhill. 
Davies, Rev. William John. 
Davies, Rev. William Powell.* 
Davies-Glanle\', Rev. Evan 

Lloyd, 
de Macedo, Joseph Fidelis.(;f' 
Denton, James.* 
Derry, William Thompson./; 
Dewe, Rev. Robert Newton. 
Dexter, Rev. \\'alter Ernest. *£?•♦ 
Digi^fle, Rev. Charles Edward. 
Dixey, Rev. Arihin- Niveii. 
Dixon, Rev. Abraham. 
Dodd, Rev. William Aubrey 

de V'ere.* 1[ ^ 

Dought)', Oswald. 
Doug^las, Rev. David Georj<-i'. 
Downham, Rev. Isaac' 
Duckworth, Rev. Peter.* 
Dugmore, Rev. W'illiam Ernest. 
Earle, Rev. Charles Stratford. 
Edwards, Rev. Georg'eZachary. 
Edwards, Laurence Albert 

. Curtis. (vg 
Ellis, Rev. Robert Arthur.* 
Elliott, Rev. Edmund Hamilton. 
Elstob.^Rev. John Henry. fik 



* Licentiate in Theology. § D.Th.P.'I. 
'a Found. Sch. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. 

A'Gisborne Sch. k Barry Sch. o Longr Pr. r Foreign Lang. Pr. .« Gabbett Pr. 
t Theol. Pr. ti Hebrew Pr. || Univ. Hebrew Sch. *\ Capel Cure Pr. 

' Hon. Canon of Chelmsford. 2 Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop and .Arch- 
deacon ot Madras. 3 Archdeacon ot Bermuda, and Commissary. < n.S.O. 
3 Hon. Canon of Manchester ; Proctor in Convocation. 



NON-COLLEGIATE MEMBERS (m.A.) 



463 



Emms, Rev. Frederirk Walter. 

England, Rev. Herbert (Tcorsjo. 

Evans, Rev. John. 

Evans, Waller John. 

Faueett, Rev. Joseph.// 

Feig"iison, Re\'. Fisher. 

Flecker, Rev. Eliezer.rt/ 

Fleetwood, Rev. Charles Henrv 
Hard}. 

Ford, Rev. Regfhiald. 

Foster, Re\'. Lowas. * 

Froggfatt, Rev. George Wilson. 

F\ffe, Rev. Thomas Fenton. 

Gardiner, Rev. Alexander 
Leopold. 

Gay, Rev. Charlie Matthews. 

Ghent, Rev. Thomas. 
, G 11. Rev. John. 

GiUniore, Rev. Charles .\lbert.* 

Glover, Rev. Benjamin. 

Gonifh, Rev. Joseph. 

Gonld, Frederick Grorj^e. 

Graham, Re\'. William. *c^/ 

Gray, William Robert Henry. 

Greaves, Rev. Joseph William. 

Green, Rev. Edwin. *.(7 

Greenwav, Rev. Samuel Henry. ^ 

Halford, Rev. James Grovenor. 

Hall, Joseph Gibson. «/ 

Hall, Rev. John William., 

Hardy, Rev. Henry. 

Harnett, Rev. Charles 
Win wood.* 

Harpm-, Re\'. Charles. 

Harrison, Rev. Alfred Samuel 
Cuthbert.* 

Harribs, Rev. John Thomas. 

Harte, Rev. Joseph Brook. 

Harward, Rev. Reginald Cuth- 
bert.' 

Hatchard, Rev. Douglas 
Percival. 

Healing', Charles Arnold. A 

Heaton, Rev. Robert. 

Hemsted, Rev. Alfred.* 

Higgins, Rev. Alfred Charles.* 
Hill, Rev. William Alfred 
Rowland. 



Hindhaugh, Rev. (leorge.* 
Hipkins, Rev. Edwin Charles. 
Hiscoke, Rev. Herbert Payne. 
Hodson, Joseph John. 
Hollingworth, Rev. John Henry 

Garside. * 
Holt, Rev. John Heneage 

Lester. *<:«' 
Holt, Rev. Thomas Clapham. 
Hopkins, Rev. Arthur George. 
Houldev, Rev. William 

Balfour. *«6/2' 
Howard, Rev. Eustace Vernon. 
Hoyle, Rev. Charles Ceilings. 
Hubbard, Rev. James. 
Hughes, Rev. Peter. 
Hughes, Rev. Richard. 
Hughes, Rev. Robert David. 6 
Hume-Smith, Rev. Alexander.^ 
Hunkin, Rev. Charles Pitt.* 
Hunns, Rev. Albert. 
Hunt, Rev. Bernard Pattest)n 

Wathen Slather. 
Hunter, Rev. Charles Asch- 

kenasi. 
Hutton, Rev. Alfred Jevons.*^ 
Inman, Rev. Arthur. ' 
Innes, Herbert George. t(?('/ 
Innes, Rev. Williamson Rust.;' 
Ireland, Rev. Richard. 
Irving, Rev. David. 
Irving, Rev. William Bragg. 
Ison, Rev. Jesse Hickling. 
hes. Rev. William Ernest. 
Jaekson, Rev. Arthur Goddard. 
Jackson, Rev. George William *' 
Jackson, Rev. Henry D^dton. 
James, George Granville 

Monah. 1 
Jecks, Rev. Harold Robertson. 

Johnson, Rev. Henry. 
Johnson, Rev. Hemy.* 
Jones, Alfred. (7W 
Jones, Rev. Thomas. 
Jones, Rev. Thomas Pugh. 
Jones, Rev. Thomas Sherwood. 
Jones. Rev. Waiter Frank.* 



* Licentiate in Theology. t Late Fellow of the University. 
a Foiuul. Sch. 6 Exhih. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. f Univ. Class. Sch. 
/■ Univ. Math. Sch. A Gisborne Sch. j Lindsay Sch. ;<■ Barry Sch. / Newby 
Sch. m De Bury Sch. r Foreign Lang. Pr. t Theol. Pr. a Lightfoot Sch. 
I Hon. Canon of Madras. ' Hon. Canon of Newcastle. 3 M.B.E. 



464 



\ON-C\MJ. Kill. ATE Mli.MHKKS .\1.A. 



Jone>i, Rev. William Parker. 
Kemp, Rfv. Jainos \'ioar- 

nirtii.*//^ 
Kemp, Re\ . Richaul Lavers.*' 
Lamh, William./; 
Learnvd, Rev. William.* 
Le Couteur, Rev. John Aaron.'- 
Likeman, Rev. Harry James. "^ 
Little, Rev. John Herbert. *rt^/ 
Lonev, Rev. William. r^/ 
Lonuiev, Rev. Thomas Georg-e. 
Lunn, Rev. Georg-e Henry. 
Mahbott, Walter John.n- 
MtGowan, Rev. Earle. */ 
McLean, Rev. William. 
Mann, Rev. Francis .Arihur.* 
Marlit), William. 
M.iwson, Rev. Joseph." 
May, Thomas. 

Maynard, Rev. William Henry. 
Mavne, Richard Anderson. 
Meldrum, Rev. Roheri. *cd(u 
Mercer, Rev. Bertram Seaborne. 
Miller, George Christopher. 
Milnes, Rev. Frederick William. 
Moreton, Rev. Wilfred Norman 

Luther. 
Morgan, Rev. Waller Giles. 
Morris, Re\-. George Percival, 

Nash, Rev. Charles Hewitson. 
Nicholson, George Harold 

Gleg^orn. 
Noel, Rev. George Henry. 
Norton, Rev. Fred. 
Oakey, Rev. John Polycarp. 
Oithoyd, Rev. Albert Edward. 
Owen, Rev. Thomas Edwin. 
Parish, Rev. John William. = 
Parker, Rev. Thomas heo.as 
Parry, Rev. W^illiam 

Augustus. */?< 
Peacock, Rev. Frederick. *£•«'/ 



Pentin, Rev. Herbert. *rf< 

Perkins, Rev. Thomas Henry. 

Perry, Rev. Thomas Trelawney. 

Perry, Rev. Wallace. 

Petch, Rev. Charles Cousens.* 

Phillips. Rev. Arthur Jones. 

Phillips, Rev. James Bot I on. 

Phillips, William. 

Pickering, Rev. Christopher. i 

Pierce, Rev. Percy Richard.? 

Pippet, Rev. Gregorv Rern.ird, 

ae 
Place, Rev. William. 
Piatt, Rev. Frederic." 
Price, Rev. Rhys. 
Prlngle, Rev. William Creorge.n' 
Raper, Rev. Norton ]ohn.*df 
Rawlings, Rev. George William. 
Reader, Rev. Charles Job. 
Redgrave, Hyma Henry. o 
Reed, Rev. Ferguson. 
Reed, Rev. Walter Livingstone.* 
Rees, Rev. David William. *A 
Renshaw, Rev. William Healon. 
Rithards, Rev. Llewelljn Afan. 
Ricketts, Rev. Henry Charles. 
Rigby, Rev. James.* 
Robertson, Rev. Arthur 

Gordon.' 
Robertson, Rev. John.*" 
Robinson, Rev. John Henry.* 
Robinson, Rev. W'illiam. 
Rollin, Rev. Frank Crofts. 
Rosson, Rev. Bertram Thomas.* 
Rowlands, Rev. William 

Henry. *rf 
Rowling, Rev. Frank. ^ 
Rushton, Rev. Horace John. 
Sadler, Rev. Frederick 

Athelstane.* 
Sale, Rev. Georg^e Augustus. 
Sankey, Rev. Thomas Aubrey. 
Scott, James. 



* Licentiate in Theology. 

a Found. .Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. rf Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class. Sch. 
g Van >Iildert Sch. h Gisborne Sch. k Barry Sch. o Long Pr. / Newby Sch. 
y Foreign Lang. Pr. x Gabbett Pr. t Theol. Pr. u Hebrew Pr. U Capel Cure Pr. 

I Hon. Canon of Manchester. ^ Hon. Canon of Durham. ^ F.R.Hist.S. ; 
F.S.A., Scot. ; M.R.A.S. 4 F.R.G.S. 5 F.R.Hist.S. * Hon. I). I)., St. Andrew s ; 
Professor . .f Systematic Theology, Handsworth College, Birmingham. 7 V'lcar 
Choral and Master ot the Choristers, Salisbury Cathedral. " Hon. Canon of 
Newcastle. 9 Canon of Uganda Cathedral. 



NOX-COLLKGIATE MEMBERS (m.A.) 



465 



Shepperd, Rev. William. 
Sherlock, Rev. Walter James 

Richard. 
Shields, Frederic William. «*<> 
Shields, Rev. Albert Edward 

Almond."^ 
Short, Rev. Joseph. *rz'?« 
Slee, Rev. Charles Robert. 
Slim, Rev. Joseph. 
Smallwood, Rev. Robert 

Henry, M.B., B.S.* 
Smaride^e, Rev. John.* 
Smith, Rev. Bertell Hubert. 6 
Smith, Rev. Henry John Lane. 
Smith, Rev. Sydney Boyton. ho 
Smith, Rev. William Alfred. 
Southall, Rev. Albert. 
Southall, Rev. William. 
Steed, Rev. Augustus James. 
Stephens, William Arthur. 
Stevens. Rev. Arthur.* 
Stevens, Rev. Herbert Edward. 

Stevenson, Rev. Herbert 

Richard.* 
Stoddart, Rev. Richard Norman. 
Summers, Rev. Ernest 

Charles. *Cfl^ 
Summersgill. Rev. Fred. 
Swann, Rev. Alfred Henry. 
Sykes, Rev. Frank.* 
Tail, Rev. Georg-e Alfred.' 
Tate, Rev. William Howes.*'-' 
Taylor, Ernest. 

Taylor, Rev. Ernest Edwards. 
Taylor, Rev. James .A.rthur. */?;;/ 
Taylor, Richard Georgfe. 
Tavlor, Rev. Thomas Ernest. 
Thomas, Rev. Evan. 
Thompson, Rev. Ernest 

Montague. 
Thornton, Rev. Frank Ellis.* 



Thornton, Rev. Robert William. 

*do\\ 
Tindall, Rev. Charles Anthony. 
Tomlinson, Rev. George. 
Townend, Rev. Arthur Osmond. 
Townend, Rev. Henr\' Charles 

Wise. 
Townson, Rev. John Firth.* 
Tozer, Rev. Thomas Millsom.ai 
Trevaskis, Rev. James.*/ 
Truscott, Rev. James Reginald. 
Twentvman, Herbert Llewellyn. 
\'arley. Rev. John Edwin. 
Wade, Frederick William. 6 ^ 
Walker, Rev. John.* 
Walker, Rev. William.* 
Wall, Charles .Arthur. 
Waller-Bridge, Rev. Horace 

FitzHenry. 
Wallis, Rev. Charles Steel.' 
Walmsle}', Rev. Frederick 

Georg-e. 
Wanstall, Rev. Charles Luther. 
Walton, Rev. John Hutchinson.* 
Ward, Rev. John Gill.* 
Wardle, Rev. Edwin. 
Wardle, Rev. John William.* 
Warrington, Thomas William. 
Waters, Rev. Robert Amor.*fl? 
Watkins-Jones, Rev. David 

John.*,^ 
Weller, Rev. Frank Moir. 
West, John. 5 
Westgarth, Rev. Frederic 

WiUiam. 
Wheeler, Rev. Addison James. d 
Wheeler, Rev. Allen Edward.* 
Whiteside, Rev. William 

Copeland. 
Whit taker. Rev. Harold Hindle. 
Whittington, Rev. Henry 

Edward. 



* Licentiate in Theologfv. 

./ Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Tlieol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. e Univ. Class Sch. 
^ Van Mildert Sch. h Gisborne Sch. k Barrv Sch. n Thompson Pr. Long: 
Pr. t Theol. Pr. u Hebrew Pr. N Univ. Hebrew Sch. 

* Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Rochester. -' \'ice-Principal. Chichester 
Theological Coii. ^ Head Master of the Russell School, Ledbury. 4 Principal, 
St. John's College, and Lecturer in Ecclesiastical History. 5 \'ice-Principal. 
Methodist College, St. Johns. Newfoundland. * Priest-vicar of Truro 

Cathedral, and Head Master of Cathedral School, 



466 



NOX-COLLEGIATE MEMBERS (m.A.) 



W'iliox, Rev. FiHiicis Isaac* 
Wilkinson, Rev. Josepli.* 
W'illetis, Rev. William Henry.' 
Williams, Rev. Dn.\\d. *rd/i/^ 
Williams, Rev. John Hus^fhes. 
Williams, Rev. Morris. 
Williams, Rev. Owen 

Benjamin. *rf/'w 
Williams, Rev. Owen David. 
Wilson, Rev. Christopher 

Stockdale. 
Wilson, Rev. John.* 
Wilson, Rev. William Hay.' 
Wimberley, Rev. Charles 

Frederick .Arabin. 

M. 



W'interton, Rev. Thomas 

Rowland. *<-«' 
Wood, Rev. Charles 

.Archibald.* 
Wood, Rev. F'rederick William. 
Wood, Rev. John William. 
Woodall, Rev. William.* 
Woodman, Rev. Joseph Henry. 
Woodward, Rev. Harrj'. 
Wrigfht, Rev. Charles. 
\\'rijj;ht. Rev. F"rank Xelson. 
Wyatt, Rev. Waller. 
W'yke.s, Rev. William Mackman. 



.LiTT. 

Ennns, Rev. Fretierick Waller. 
B.A. (in lift. ant.). 



Alban, Rev. Evan Basil. 
Alcoek, Rev. Frank Bernard. 

"bdgt 
Armstrong', Henry Lorenzo. 
Atkinson, Ralph. 
Bainbridg^e, Rev. .Algernon 

Rupert Cyril 



Breed, Rev. Frank William. 
Broughton, Thomas Herbert. 
Brown, Rev. Peter. 
Brunner, George. a 
Carpenter, Rev. Frank Percy. 
Carpenter, Henrj' Cave Ayles. /• 
Case, Rev. Montague James. 



Bainton, Rev. Reg'inald Vernon. Castle, Rev. Willie Whichello. 



Baker, Rev. Earnest 

Wheatstone.*/ 
Bal lance, Rev. Viner George.* 
Bardsley, Rev. Harold. 
Barker,'Cyril .Moffatt. 
Barker, Re\. George Clifford.^ 
Barmb}-, Rev. Sidney Charles. 
Barnes, Rev. Alexander.* 
Barton, Rev. Edward. 
Beale, Rev. Charles Tindall. 
Beving'ton, Herbert Yates. .a- 
Bevnon, Rev. Horatio David. 
Birney, Rev. Herbert William 

\'incent.* 
Blaxter, William Foulkes.*a?z< 
Bragg', Rev. William Wrig'ht. 
Brazier, Rev. Herbert Henr}'. 



Chalmers, Rev. William 

Bertie.* 
Claj'ton, John. 

Coates, Rev. Henrj- Augustus. a 
Cohu, Rev. Dumaresq.*/-' 
Colver, Rev. Percy. 
Condell, Rev. Thomas Edward 

Guard. 
Conoley, Rev. Daniel. 
Cornell, Rev. Sidney Fred.* 
Cowell, Rev. Robert Charles. 
Cox, Rev. Stuart George.* 
Cranmer, Rev. Cnthbert Dixon. 
Croft, Rev. John.* 
Cruickshank, James Car- 

micha^e!.* 



* Licentiate in Theology. 

a Found. Sch. b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. g Van 

Mildert Sch. r Foreifjn Lang. Pr. t Theol. Pr. w Hebrew Pr. 

z I-itfhtfoot Sch. 

' F.S.A., Scotl.nnd ; Oean of the Diocese of Moray. Ross and Caithness. 
» Principal, Jay Narayan's College. Benares. ^ Domestic Chaplain to Bishop 
of Lichfield. 4 Prebendary of St. David's. 



NON-COLLEGIATE MHMi^ERS 15. A. 



467 



Davidson, Re\ . .Alexander 

Geor^;e. 
Davidson, Rev. Samuel. r/^ 
Davies, Rev. David Sinnett 

Lloyd. 
Davies, Rev. Harold.* 
Davies, Rev. William Geler. 
Davis, Rev. Edward.* 
Davis, Rev. Frederick 

William.* 
Daw, William Sydney 
de Jersey, Rev. Charles 

Belmont. 
Dixon, James Wilson 
Downham, Rev. Edward.* 
Driver, Rev. William. 
Dru, Rev. Alphonse Edward.* 
Duke, Rev. James.* 
Dimne, Francis. 
Dunne, Thomas. at- 
Eddon, Rev. James Bennett. (/ 
Edo;e, Rev. William 

Ainsworth. 
Edwards, Rev. William. 
Ejjferton, Rev. Thomas.* 
Emmerson, John Bolton, M.D. 
Esau, Rev. Arthur Georg'e. 
Esdaile, Walter. 
Everest, Horace Ynyr. 
Everson, Rev. Hubert Rowse. 
Facey, Nicholas Saunders 
Farquhar, Rev. James Vaux 

Cornell. 
Farr-Cox, Rev. Robert Basil. 
Farrar, Rev. John Edleston. 
Fenn, Rev. William. 
Field, Rev. Henry Eardley. 
Fielding-Smith, Rev. Cyril. 
Fitzgerald, Robert. z7 
Fletcher, Rev. Abraham. *d 
Freeman, Rev. Sidney.* 
Gabbott, Rev. Leonard. r 
Gainford, Rev. Hall.* 
Gainford, ]ohn. eils. 



Gilmore, Rev. Charles James. 

Granger, Rev. Arthur. 

Granville, Clifford. 

Gray, Rev. Charles ]o\\n.* cdt 

Grundy, Rev. Bethel 

Gunning, Rev. Edmund John 
Francis Hoddinott. 

Hancock, Rev. Bernard 
Matthew Ondaatje.*<ro/ 

Handford, Rev. Hedley William 
Mountene)-.* 

Hankin-Turvin, Rev. Cvril. 

Hares, Walter Pullin. 

Harnby, Rev. Anthony 
Simpson.* 

Harper, Rev. Harold Holds- 
worth. *«'/' 

Harris, Rev. Edward Charles. 

Harris, Rev. John. 

Harrisson, Ernest Francis.* 

Hart, Leo Francis Daglish. 

Hawkins, Walter Patrick.* 

Herford, Rev. Percy Randle. 

Hill, Rev. John Brown. 

Hirst, Sim. 

Hiscock, Rev. John Thomas. 

Holoran, Rev. George Harry. 

Horrax, Oswald Joseph. 
Howard, Rev. Charles Stanley 

Allan. 
Howell, William George.* 
Huddy, Rev. Samuel Frederick 

Ouseley. 
Hudson, Leslie Arthur.* 
Hudson, Rev. Thomas William 

Cecil.* 
Hunter, Rev. Walter Frederick 

William. 
lUingworth, Rev. Eli Clatton. 
Irving, Rev. Francis Forester. 
Jackson, Rev. Louis William. 
Jacob, Lloyd. 



* Licentiate in Theolog'y 

<7 Found. Sell, b Exhib. c Theol. Sch. d Theol. Exhib. ? Univ. Class, Sch. 
i Lindsay Sch. I Newbv Sch. Long- Pr. r Foreign Lang. Pr. s Gabbett 
Pr. t Theol. Pr. u Hebrew Pr. 

' Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Colorado. 



468 



NON-COLLEGIATE MEM HERS (h.A.) 



Jacques, Re\. Thomas 

Herbert.*;/ 
Jobson, Rev. Frederick William 

Haroii. 
Johns, Waiter Denton, M.B., 

B.S. 
joiinson. Rev. F"rederick 

William. 
Jones. Rev. Horace Edwin. 
Jones. Mervyn Cresswell Parr_\'. 
Jones. Rev. Thomas \^'aldon. 
Jones, William Stanton 
JoNcc, Rov. Henry Walter. 
Judah, Ethelred. 
Kave, Walter Jenkinson.' 
Keeler, Rev. Wilfred Russell.* 
Kemp, Rev. John Georg'e.* 
Kendall, Rev. Holliday Bicker- 

stafTe.-' 
Kentile, Rev. Krnesl John 

Laniberl. 
Kewley, Rev. Arthur. 'rt' 
Kiddell, Rev. Benjamin 

Christo]-)her.*(f 
Kirkby, Sydney James.* 
Knig'ht, Rev. Frederick. *a' 
Law, Rev. William Laidlaw 

Menteith. 
Ledgard, Rev. Ralph Gilbert.// 
Leech, Rev. John. 
Leg'h, Rev. John Arthur.* 
Lilburn, Rev. Thomas Heiuy. 
Lille\', David Edwin.* 
Lindop, Rev. William. 
Lindsey, Rev. Horace. 
Little, Rev. Harwood. 
Livermore, Rev. Hamilton 

.Arthur. r^ 
Lloyd, Jacob. 
Lumb, Rev. Loftus Gerard 

William.* 
Luscombe, Rev. Charles 

Edward. 



Macnall}-, P.ev. Chas. Rjder. 
Macpherson, Rev. Ewen 

Georg'e Fitzroy.' 
McWhirter, Robert. (!» 
Malim, Rev. William Glen! on. 
Malone, Rev. Albert Edward.* 
Mann, Rev. Walter Lauchian. 
Marshall, Rev. James. 
Martin, Robert. 
Martin, Rev. Tom Davis.* 
Mercer, Alban Edward. *c? 
Mercer, Re\ . John Alban 

Edward.// 
Miles, Bertram. 
Millar, William Dick. 
Milner, Rev. Alfred Barrow.*<:/i< 
Milner, Rev. George Herbert. 
Milner, Rev. Robert Reginald. 
Moody, Rev. William Hartley. 
Moore, Walter Herbert Ettrick 
Morgan, Augustus Edward 

Moore. 
Morley, Rev. John Lane. 
Morris', Rev. William. 
Mf)ss, Rev. William Edward 
Ak>uld, Horace 
Myers, Rev. Frederic 

Stephenson. 
Newell, Rev. Charles Samuel. 
Xewell, IL'irold. 
Newton, Rev. Harry. 
North, Rev. Frank William.* 
Oakley, Rev. .Arthur John. 
Owen, Rev. William. 
Owrid, Thomas. 
Parkin, Rev. John Edwin. 
Parsons, Rev. Chas. 

Herbert. */5 
Payton, Rev. Joseph Wattson. 

*cdtit 
Peart, Rev. Fiddian Edward. /z 
Perry, Rev. Alexander, 
^'ike, Rev. James. 



• Licentiate in TlieoTogy. 

b Exhib. r Thcol. Sch. d Theol. Exhili. b Gisl)orne Scli. k B.irrv Sch. 
t Theol. Pr. u Hebrew Pr. 

' F.S.-A. 2 President. Primitive Methodist Conferent!e. iqoi. l C.M.G- 
ChapUin to the Forces. First Class. 4 Chief Diocesjin Inspector of Schools. 
Wirrhester. 5 Principal of Diocesan Theolopiial College, Paoning, W. China. 
« C.B.E. 



NON-COLLEGIATE MEMBERS (b.A.) 



469 



Pleming', Rev. John Francis. 

Pocock, Georgfe Iniies. 

Politeyan, Kev. Jacob. 

Poole, Rev. Charles Richmond. 

Poole, Rev. Gordon Hugfh. 

Power, Joseph Leo.// 

Powell, Rev. Arthur Hesehvood. 

Pratt, Charles Rog-ers. 

Pratt, Rev. William Barrow. *cY 

Prong-er, Walter Doug'las 

Pullen, Rev. Thomas Henry. 

Ratford, Rev. Isaac Herbert. 

Redgfrave, Rev. Cecil Clement. 

Reed, Re\'. Charles George.^ 

Rickabv, Rev. George .Albert 

Thomas. 
Rickard, Rev. George 

Frederick. 
Ries, Bernard Jacobus. 
Rigby, Joseph. 
Rigby, \\'illiam Henry. cc 
Rile}', Rev. John. 
Robertson, Rev. .Archibald 

Harvey. 
Robertson, Malcolm Gordon. cc 
Robinson. Rev. .Arthur.* 
Robinson, Rev. Thomas 

Edwin. 
Roche, Herbert St. John Paul. 
Routledge, Joseph. ad 
Salkeld, Rev. William 

V'eatch.* 
Scott, Rev. Henry Marshall. 
Seaton, Rev. Octavius Herbert. 
Seymour, Rev. Henry Gordon. (?> 
Sharp, James William. 
Shaw, Rev. William. 
Shum, Arthur Collingham. 
Simmons, Rev. Albert. 
Skenes, Rev. Sydne\' Robert. 
Skinner, Rev. John.'' 
Smith, Rev. Arthur Augustus. 
Smith, Rev. Ernest William. 
Smith, Rev. Thomas.* 



Southwell, Rev. John Richard.* 
Sowerby, John Philip. 
Stanton, Rev. George Hillyard. 

''V« 
Sternberg-, Rev. William Ernest 

Charles.* 
Stevens, Rev. Arthur Benja- 
min. '"'a? 
Stevens, Rev. Arthur Joseph. o 
Stock, Rev. George Herbert. 
Stone, Walter Ed ward. « 
Stonehouse, Rev. James. M.B., 

B.S. 
Sulli\an, John Felix. cec 
Sweetman. \'ivien Thomas 

William. 
Synnott, Rev. Edward. 
Talboys, Rev. George Harry. 
Tarplee, Rew John Thomas. *rf 
Tause, Rev. Campbell Spence 

Colby. 
Taylor, Rev. Frederick 

Herbert.* ' 
Taj'lor, Rev. George Robert. 
Tavlor, Rev. Howard Henry.* 
Taylor, Richard. 
Teakle, Rev. Joseph Frederic. 
Thatcher, Rev. William.* 
Thomson, Rev. Wilfrid Harr\'. 
Townend, Rev. Frederick 

William. 
Tulk, Rev. Arthur Edmund. 
Tuohey, Ciithbert Bede./ 
Tweedie, Rev. Cleland. 
V'aughan, Rev. William 

Chambrt^.* 
\\'agg. Rev. James. 
Walker, Rev. Robert. a 
Walker, Vane.*rr 
Ward, Rev. William George 

Henry. 
Wardle, Rev. John Robert. 
Webb, Rev. Leonard James. 
Wells, Rev. Anderson William, 



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NON-COLLEGIATE MEMBERS (B.A.) 



West, Rev. James 

I?leiinerliasseil. 
Wlieatley, Rev. Robert Warner. 
Wliile, Thomas Lough. <i/s 
Williams, Rev. Robert Owen. 
Williams, Rev. Tliomas John. * 
Williams, Rev. William.* 
Wilson, Rev. .Arthur." 



Wilson, Rev. Harold Francis. 

Wilson, Rev. Thomas. 
Wilton, Rev. Alexander 

Stuart.* 
W^iiilerlon, Rev. Sydney 

Clement. *fl? 
Young-, Charles Percy 
Young-, Rev. Harold 

Pakenham.' ' 



B.A. (otlier than i» lill. an/.). 
Hamblin, George Henry. 



Rigby, Rev. James. 
Slini, Rev. Joseph. 



B.C.L. 

Charlton, Ralph Hedley. 
Hi]5kins, Rev. Edwin Charles. 
Newell, Harold. - 

B.Li-rr. 

Eustace V^ernon. Young^, Rev. Harold I'akenham. 

Licentiates in Theology. 



Howard, Rev. 



Aird, Rev. George Henrv. 
Allen, Rev. Henry Beaumont. 
Anderson, Gustav Adolph. 
Ashton, Rev. John William./ 
Backhouse, Rev. Francis 

Drake./ 
Baker, Rev. Arthur Leslie 

Fiider. 
Baker, Rev. William Josiah 

Frederick. 
Baileine, Rev. Adolphus 

Orange. 
Barron, John. 
Battle, Rev. Thomas. 
Bell, Rev. John Robson. 
Bell, Rev. Matthew. 
Bews, Rev. Charles. 
Beynon, Rev. John Walter 

Middlelon. 
Binch, Rev. Francis Arthur. 
Blair, Rev. William Hugh 

Thompson. 



Blofeld, Rev. F'rancis Singleton. 
Boughton, Rev. Samuel 

Thomas. 
Bowman, Rev. Ferdinand 

Ernest. 
Broughlon, Rev. William 

Brevverton. 
Brown, Rev. Archibald. 
Brown, Rev. George Andrew. 
Brown, Rev. Tom Lumsden. 
Burnett, Rev. Penrith. 
Callow, Rev. Charles.,^ 
Carrulhers, Rev. John. 
Castle, Rev. John Aubrey. 
Christopher, Rev. Harr}' 

Sydney. 
Churchyard, Rev. Harold 

Thomas. 
Clapton, Rev. George. 
Coleman, Rev. James Odell.f>t/// 
CoUinsOn, Rev. Samuel Edward. 
Copley, Rev. John Ellis. 



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471 



Copiier, Rev. Thomas William 

Holborow.' 
Crozier, Rev. Robert. 
Cuniiing'ham, David. 
Currie, Rev. Adam.r/ 
Ciirrv, Rev. Edward. rf 
Davison, Rev. Stephen. 
Dawson, Rev. George Allen./ 
Deacon, Rev. Ernest William, 
de Smidi, Rev. Peter Vernon. 
Deulnirst, Rev. Bertram 

Hocking's. 
Dobson, Rev. John W'illiam. 
Dodd, Rev. Henry John. 
Douglas, Rev. Robert. 
Downie, Rev. Ferdinand 

Frederick Rudolph Meier. 
Edwards, Rev. Herbert. 
Elphick, Rev. John Henry. 
Emslev, Robert. 
Evans, Rev. Alfred Arthur. 
Fairburn, Rev. John. 
Fainer, Rev. William 

Warwick. ft 
Featherstone, Rev. Ralph John. 
Fell, Rev. Frederick Knowles.o? 
Ferens, Rev. William. 
F"ord, Rev. Basil Morey.cd 
Gill, Rev. George. 
Glenn, Rev. Thomas Robert. 
Good, Rev. Robert. 
Gregorv, Rev. Bertrand. 
Gregory, Rev. Granville. 
Gresty. Rev. Percy. 
Groves, Rev. Arthur John 

Ironside. 
Gulliford, Rev. Willie.c/ 
Halstead, Rev. Robert. 
Hampton, Rev. Wm. Henry. 
Hands, Rev. William James. /^H 
Hawke, Rev. John Kendall. 
Heppenstall, Rew Lionel Basil 

Wordsworth. 
Heslop, Rev. John. 
Hill, Rev. Bertram. 
Holroyd, John. 
Hoult, Rev. John Powis. 
Hoyle, Rev. .\lbert. 



Hutchinson, Rev. Edward 

William Roberts. 
Isherwood, Rev. John William./ 
Jackson, Rev. Edgar. rr^/ 
Jackson, Rev. Edward John. 
Jackson, Rev. Horace Sydney 

Svlvester. 
Jenkins, Rev. William. 
Jenkins-Menlove, Rev. John. 
Jennins, Rev. Horace i-ock- 

v.'ood. 
Jenoure, Rev. Arthur Courtney. 
Jenoure, Rev. William Henry. 
John, Rev. George David. 
Jones, Rev. John Gwilym./^ 
Jones, Rev. Owen. 
Jones, Rev. William Ernest. 
Jordan, Rev. George. <// 
Jordan, Rev. Harry. r// 
Kerb}-, Re\-. Benj.amin John 

Short. 
Kerr, Rev. Fiancis Vincent 

Queirtus. 
King, Rev. W'illiam. 
Lambourne, Rev. Frederick 

John. 
I^averv, Rev. Thomas. 
Law, Rev. AlHietl Charles 

William. 
Lewis, Rev. Albert. 
Lindsej', Rev. Charles Edward 

Chaloner. 
Longmore, Rev. Arthur Hulme. 
Lucas, Rev. John Henry. 
Luck, Rev. John. 
McEndoo, Rev. Robert. 
McLean, Rev. George. 
McNay, Rev. Arthur Edward. 
McVitiie, Rev. Peter. cdku 
Marie}-, Rev. Robert. 
Mathias, Rev. James Charles 

Stewart. 
iNLayo, Rev. John Augustus. 
Mitchell, Rev. Jonathan.,^ 
Morgan, Rev. Robert 

Alexandei". 
Murdoch, Rev. Edward 

Ha\dock. 



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Nankivell. W illiam. 
Nicholson. Ro\ . George 

Ortoii, Kev. Jabez William. 
Padbiiry, Rev. Jabez William. 
Paltn, Rov. William Henry 

Fanu's. 
Paile\-, Rev. Thomas Bernard. 
Parry, Rev. Jt-hn Henry. 
Peacock,- Rev. W^illiam./ 
Pedley, Rev. George. 
Petersen, Rev. Otto George. 
Philli]is, Rev. Alfred George. 
Pliimi.ster, Rev. Andrew. 
Piningion, Rev. Henr^• Ernest. 
Porter, Rev. Charles. 
Purvis, Rev. William. 
Rainbow, Rev. Frederick 

Albert. 
Raine, Rev. Isaac. t//^ 
Ralph, Rev. John George Henry, 
Rees, Rev. John. 
Renner, Rev. Henr\ Xornuin 

Christie. 
Richards, John Irenaeus. 
Robinson, Rev. Francis. r*^ 
Rooke, Rev. Edward. 
Rothera, Rev. Joseph. 
R'.idd, Rev. Robert.^/ 
Salisbnrv, Rev. Gibson. /» 
Scott, Re\-. John Josejjh. 
Serjeant, Rev. Horace.^ 
Shegog, Rev. Richard William 

.Vshe. 
Simkin, Rev. Robert Lingaici. 
Smales, Re\'. Gilbert Henry. 
Sniiih, Ri-v. John Herbert. 
Smith, Rev. Victor. 
Spencer, Ri-v. Alfred Edward. 
Starforlh, Rev. John Fenwick. 
Stoker, Rev. Charles Henrv. 
Stuart, Rev. Edward Jackson. 
Si>rtees, Rev. William. 
Talbot, Rev. Arnold Dixon. 
Terry, Rev. Guy Pearson. 
Thomas, Rev. Oliver Harrv. 



Thompson, Rev. George 

William. fl'/ 
Timson, Rev. John William. 
Tooth Rev. William John. 
Trotter, Rev. John Ritchie. 
Trotter, Rev. Robert. rX- 
Tunnicliffe, Edwin Arthur. 
Tweedale, Rev. Charles 

Liikeman. 
Ungoetl, Rev. Wilfiam. 
Walker, Rev. Rav'mond 

Elliston. 
Wallace, Rev. James. a'/ 
Warburton, Rev. Abraham. 
Waidle, Rev. Thomas Leonard 
Warr, Rev. Hari-y. 
Watkin, Rev. Llewelvn 

Wynn. 
Watson, Rev. Tom. 
Watts, Rev. iVrthur.r//- 
Wealherill, Rev. David. 
Whitehead, Rex. William 

Jackson. 
\\'iiit\\ell, Re\. Samuel 

Mapleton 
Wilkin, Rev. Robert George. rf 
Wilkin, William. 
Wilkinson, Rev. Anthony 

Ansti-uther.. 
Wilkinson, Rev. George 

Kenned}'. 
Wilkinson, Rev. John Francis. 
\\'illiams, Rev. Harold Stepney 
\\'iUianis, Rev. John. 
Williams, Rev. John Archibald. 
Wilson, Rev. Matthew./ 
Windsor. Robert Llo\'tl. 
Withers, Rev. Joshua. 
Woolnough, Rev. Sydney 

James. 
\\"ynne, Rev. George Augustus 

Murrey.o 
Yates, Rev. Walter (ieorge 

Alban. 



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STUDENTS IN THEOLOGY. 

Shaddick, Henr}' Georg-e Hastings ... ... .. Ep. 1909 

Wace, Herbert Edgar ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Williams, Thomas Menduc ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Lund, Rev. JohnJt ••• ••• ■•• ••• M- 1910 

Moss, Rev. Harry ... ... ... ... Ep. 191 1 

Davies, Rev. James Morgan ... ... ... ,, 1913 

Harper, Rev. Stanley ... ... ... ... M. ,, 

Coakley, John ... ... ... ... ... Ep. 1915 

Griffiths, George Thomas ... ...» .. ... AL 1917 

Jai-k, William James ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 



STUDENTS IN ARTS. 

Harvey, Frederick Pearce Pope 

Barratt, Charles Edward 

Howard, Kenneth Salwey ... 

Ward, William Wilson 

Clarke, Frank .Alexander 

Wright, William Thoma's 

McCready, William Frederick Horace 

SutclifFe, .Aubrey CunlifFe 

Bentley, Rev. John 

Howard, Eustace Howard ... 

Maudsley, Joshua 

Hinton, Frank Arthur Searle 

Gray, John Edward 

Bevan, Rev. James Bertrand John ... 

Curzon-Jones, Rev. Rhys ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Sillitoe, Rev. Hubert John ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Williams, Edmund Ernest Ormonde Wynne ... ... ,, ,, 

Heaps, Rev. Henry ... ... ... ... Ep. igri 

Milner, Rev. John ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Griffiths, William ... ... ... ... ,, 

Burden, Charles James .Arthur ... ... ... Ep. 1912 

Webber, Leslie John ... ... ... ... M. ,, 

Harrison, Horace Durnford ... ... ... M. 1913 

Herbert, Joseph Henry ... ... ... ... ,, 1914 

Margerison, William Joseph ... ... ,, 1915 

Ferguson, Robert Simpson ... ... ... ... Ep. 1916 

Thomson, David Houstin ... ... ... ... ,M. 1917 

Morris, John William .. ... ... .. E. 1918 

Humphries, John Robert ... ... ... ... Ep. 1919 

Bamlett, Hector ... ... ... ... ... M. 1919 

Castle, .Arthur Edward Watson ... ... , 



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TERMINAL EXPENSES. 

Noii-C\>llegia.tf Students take lodg'ing's tor llu'iiiselves and 
arrange what tliey will pay for Board and Lodging'. The cost 
averages somewhat as follows : — 

Lodging for a term, from £,Cy io £.\^; 

Board (say) from £,')i to £,\o. 

Every Non-CoUegiale Student pays to the University the 
ordinarj- terminal fee of £.•], and is a member of all University 
Clubs anil all Non -Collegiate Clubs without any further payment. 



HOME S T U D E N T S (Women). 

Home Students were first admitted in Michaelmas 
Term, 1895. 

Scholarships ranging- in value from ;;^3o to /^"yo can 
be competed for in June by Students who intend to 
work for lloiiours. 

Three Exhibitions, value ;£^20 each, can be obtained 
annuallv, either by men or women, on the result of the 
Matriculation Examination for Modern B.A. At the 
October Matriculation an additional Exhibition of ;£r20, 
tenable bv a woman only, is offered to candidates for 
Modern B.A. 

The Winifred Foster Scholarship (for women only), 
value about £^30, is offered (when vacant) for com- 
petition at the July Matriculation Examination. 

Censor. 
Kathleen Lambley, M.A. 



M.A. 



Bracewell, Elizabeth. 
Buck, Florence Selina.A 
Bushell, Doris. 
Edwards-Moss, Dorothy Kate 

G\V3ilvam. 
Elder;' Lillie.g 
Gibson, Mar}- Haiinali.' 
Glvn, Ediih P'rances.r 
Gray, Kate. M.B., B.S. 
Greenhow, Mary. 6 
Lumsden, Annie Pepplo. 
Middlemass, Robina. 
Nickal, Dorothea Barbara. § 



Orton, Winifrede Emily. 
Owen, Edith. 
Ridley, Sarah Ann. 
Robinson, Lucretia Annie. 
Terry, Marian. 
Thomas, Martha Pi.nne.ahe 
Tweddle, Isabella 
Veitch, Ethel Louisa. (75" 
Waite, Margaret. 6 
Watkins, Helen Margaret 

Gwyllyam. 
Wills, Mary Eleanor. 



Alleyne, Thyra Blanche.^ 
Bracewell, Elizabeth. 
Dodd. Jane Evelyn. 
Edwards-Moss, Dorothy Kate 

Gwyllyam. 
Glvn, Edith Frances. »■ 
Greenhow, Mary. 6 



M.LlTT. 

Harbottle, Edith Elizabeth. 
Hindmarch, Winifred. 
Nickal, Dorothea Barbara. § 
Ridley, Sarah Ann. 
Ross, Dorothy. 
Smith, .A.nn'e. 
Taj'lor, Minnie. 



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IIO.MI' sriDENrS WltMKN 



Terry, Mciiiai). 
Walkiiis, Helen .M;iii;;iiet 
Gwvllvain. 

H.A. 
Caiiil}', Kranees Jane. 
Gl\n, Eleanor Valentine. rt^ 
Jose|-)li, Ethel Fannj- Rose. 
Loi.-Ue\-, Edith (iraee. 



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lianis, Mary Ellen. 
Is, .Mai V Eleanor. 



(//; int. lint.). 

Oldham, Lilian. 
Pain, Katherine Mary. 
Ruiler, Catherine Fair- 
weather, (fr? 



Ayers, Ain\. 
Boddy, Jane \'azeille.§ 
Bum, Edith 
Burn, Lizzie. 
Cooke, Dorolh)- Mildreil. 
Davis, Ellen Mani.1. 
Fornian, Mary .-\nnie. 
Ha\\vard, Gladys Marion 
Jaeob, Gwladys. 
Lindsay, Laura Evelyn. § 
McCartan, Mary. 
Milburn, Dora. A 
Murgalroyd, Dorothy. 



H..A. (other than in lilt. aiit.). 

Xicliolson, Marjorie Ellen. § 
Pearson, Gladys Hilda. 
Richardson, Marg-aret Emma. 
Richardson, Winifred b 
Ruecrott, Dorothy May. 
Shackleton, Freda. 
Siddell, Olive Victoria Gladys. 
Slater, Sarah Ellen. 
Wadsworth, Ethel Mary./- 
VValdron, Eleanor. 
Willis, May a 
Young-, Doris May. 



Barber, Margaret Ann. 
Bowman, Sarah Emma. 
Brainwell, Ellen. 
Broadbent, Gertrude Mary 

Nowell. 
Browbank, Mary Smith. 
Callinan, Marj' Dorothea. 
Collinson, Elizabeth. 
Cooper, Mary. 
Dixon, Agnes. 
Dodds, Elizabeth Fingland. 
Duckworth, Ella. 
Eckersley, Hilda. 
Farrow, Marie Gertrude. § 
Foster, Alice. ;- 
Gainford, Mary Ann Howe. 
Garbutt, Jane Elizabeth. 
Gibson, Mary Elizabeth. 
Gibson, Mary Hannah. 
Harrison, Clara Elizabeth. 



B.LlTT. 

Heppell, Freda. 
Heslop, Dora. 
Heslop, Edith. 
Hewitson, Mary Lilian. 
Kemp, Amy Royston. 
King, Monica. 
Kilchenman, Esther Annie. 
Lawther, Georgiana. 
Liitlejohns, Ginevra. 
Mansfield, Amy Emily. 
Reed, Gertrude Nellie. 
Taylor, Edith Edgell. 
Ternent, Evelyn Mary. 
Walton, Ethel. 
Weatherall, Elizabeth. 
Wharhirst, Hannah. 
Whitehead, Winifred Lilian. 
Wilson, Margaret Hume. 
W'ilson, Sarah. 
Wykes, Edith Marion. 

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STUDENTS IN ARTS 



Thomson, Gertrude Beves 
Heppell, Ida Mary 
Ross, Margaret Nina 
Gray, Mary Emily 
Brearley, Beryl 
Mullen, Ada 
Lawson, Lillian Mary 
Cubey, Ruth Mary 
Lowes, Elizabeth Harriet 
Greenwell, Helen a 
Stevenson, Dorothy 
Caldcleugh, Ada ii< 
Crosby, Elizabeth ... 
Fleming, Annie Gray 
Henderson, Mary b 
Read, Grace Evelyn 
Deacon, Elizabeth Miriam 
Dixon, Hannah 
Pearce, Mary Gwendoline r 
Robinson,- Audrey Fairfax .. 



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D.D. 
Phillips, Rev. Charles Stanley. 



D 
Alcotk, Walter Galpin.' ' 
Alderson, Albion I'erc}-. 
Allen, George Parker. 
Arkurig-ht, Marian Ursula. 
Bairstow, Edwartl Cnthbcrt.' ^ 
Best, Gertrude Edith. 
Bradiev, W'illijun.' 
Brearley, Herman.' 
Brt)oksbank, Oliver Oldham.' 
BiifFey, Thomas Goodburn. 
Bullock, Ernest.' '•* 
Challiiior, Frederick Arthur.' 
Clay pole, Arthur Griffin.' 
Cooper, John George." 
Darby, I'.rnest. 
Denton, Harold. 
Francis, Charles Cooper. '■ 
F"re\v, Robert Fox. 
Haigh, Tom.' 
Hare, Haydon William.' 
Harris, Cuthbert.s 
Horner, Egbert Foster.'" 
Horner, Ralph Joseph. 
H\itchinson, John Ernest.' 

Asher, Rev. Felix William. 
Asman, Rev. Harry Nevvbitt. 
Atkinson, Rev. Bernard 

Xorman. 
Boggis, Rev. Robert James 

PSdmund. 
Bond, Rev. Richard James. 
Brewer, Re\-. Herbert Perry. 
Butterfield, Rev. Matthew 

William. 



.Mus. 

Iggulden, .Alhelstan Glover.' 
Merrill, Charles Henry." ' 
Paltridge, William Henry. 
Parker', Wilfrid Wigham. 

♦ Pollitt, Arthur Wormold.* 
Richards, Henry William."" 
Remlell, Ernest James. 
Rigbx , Ernest. 
Rigby, William.' 
Robinson, Hamilton.' ■• '" 
Rowboitom, William Edgar.* 
Salsburv, Janet Mary Fmtna. 
Sargent', Harold Malcolm. 
Shinn, Frederick George.'^ '* 
Silver, Alfred Jelhro.' 
Smith, Joseph Sutclifie. 
Slaton, John Frederic' 
Taylor, .'\lhert Edward. 
Tysoe, Albert Charles.' 
Weedon, Ada Florence. 
Welton, Henrv Davan."^"" 
Woledge. Harry Radcliffe.' 
Wooil, Frederit: Herbert. 
Voung, George Coleman. 

Chatterton, Rev. Frederick 

William. 
Chinn, Rev. William. 
Clementson, Rev. William 

Lavvson. 
Cox, Rev. WilliaiTi Fang 

Paige. "-■ 
Darby, Rev. Alfred. 
Dickson, Rev. tucas William 

Henry. 



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' F.K.C.O. -^ Organist, Salisbury Catliedral. 3,Organist, and Choir Master, 
York MlnstL-r. i Member of Council, R.C.O. : Pioie»sor of Harmony and 
Organ at London Academy of Music. ^ Hon. Sec, U.G.M. ; Lecturer T.C.M., 
Director of Examinations, Trinity College ot Music. 7 ^t. R.C.O. « Organist. 
School for BliT.d. Liverpool ; Lecturer in Music, Liverpool University. 
9 Professor, R.A.M. '^ Professor, Guildhall School of Music. " Organist ot 
the Foundling Hospital ; Lecturer in Music, London University. '= Archdeacon 



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Cath«lral. 

478 



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UNATTACHKI-) MEMBEHS (b. 1). ) 



479 



Duggan, Rev. Alexander 

Simpson.' 
Elkerton, Rev. Henry. 
Fowler, Rev; Albert Charles. 
Graves, Rev. Michael. 
Grimes, Rev. John Bryan 

Madden. 
Hall, Rev. Charles Rhodes. 
Halliday, Rev. Guy. 
Haslehursi, Rev. Richard 

Stafford Tyndale 
Hasieti, Rev. William Henry. 
Hollo\va\-, Rev. Henry. 
HootiMi, Rev. Walter Stewart. 
Hughes, Rev. Leonard. 
Jones, Rev. Donald.* 
Jordan, Re\ . Georg-e Jefferis. 
Kennedy-Bell, Rev. Doug^las 

F"rederick. 
King, Rev. Siilney Atwill.* 
Laws, Rev. Georg^e Edward.- 
Mackean, Rev.. William 

Herbert. 
Mackie, Rev. Augustine Clark. 
McNeile, Rev. William Magee. 
;\Iare, Rev. John. 
Metcalfe, Rev. Sidney. 
Moore, Rev. CTeorg;e. 
Moore, Rev. William. 
.Xicolle. Rev. Ernest St. John. 
I'igg, Rev. John Jaines. 
Powell, Rev. Henry Tudor. 
Rainforth, Rev. John Daggett. 



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.\dkiiis, Hecioi Ernest. . 
.-Vdkins, James Edward. 
Almond, Joseph.' 
.A.nderson, William Robert. 
Andrews, Frederick William. 
Archer. Louisa. 
Arkless, Alfred Thomas." 
Armstrong', Amos Ebenezer. 
Arnold, .Arthur Ligfht. 
Ashley, Rev. Cyril. = 



Richartison, Rev. George 

Leyburn. 
Rigby, Rev. Allan Danson. 
Robertson, Re\. William 

Pearson. 
Rose, Rev. Christoph Philip 

Godwiii. 
Shortt, Rev. Charles De Lisle.' 
Smith, Rev. Sydney Herbert. 
Smith, Rev. William Mower. 
Smith-Dorrien, Rev. \\'alter 

Montgomer\-. ' 
Smyth, Rev. Henry Armstiong;. 
Stephenson, Rev. James. "^ 
Treloar, Rev. .-Vlbert Joseph.* 
Wagstaff, Rev. John. 
Wakeford, V'en. John.^ 
Walton, Rev. Frank Edw.ird. 
Watson, Rev. Ralph. 
Webster, Rev. Arthur Seiwyn. 
W^eeks, Rev. Charles .Albert. 
Weeks, Rev. George Edward. 
Wellard, Rev. Tom. 
Westall, Rev. Leonard 

Sedgwick. 
Wibby, Rev. William Edward. 
Wig-g-lesworth, Rev. Harold 

Ernest. 
Wilson, Rev. Cyril. 
Wormell. Rev. Rowland. 
Wyeth, Rev. P' rank John Sadler. 

Varrington, Rev. Cli\e 
Tennyson Lionel. 

Young, Rev. Charles Herbert. 
Mus. 

Ash worth, Abraham Har- 
g'reaves. 

Austin, Frederic William. 

Bailey, Charles Morton. 

Baker, Joseph Percy. 

Balfour, Henry Lucas.' 

Bamford, Tom. 

Bark, Rev. Lancelot Geitard. 

Barton, Frederick Leonaril. 

Baxter, Frederick Nathaniel.' 

Beale, GeorgeGallowa}\'^^^__ 



* Licentiate ih Theology. 
: F.R.C.O. a ad eundem D.C.L. ; I )ouMe Moderator and Medallist. T.CD. 
3 Prebendary of Exeter 4 Canon and Precentor of Lincoln ; .\rchdeacon of 
Stow. 5 Precentor of Bristol Cathedral. * Organist of Llandaff Cathedral. 
7 Chancellor, .A.rdfert Cathedral. 8 Principal ot Bede College and Lecturer 
in Chri.stian Evidences. 9 Hon. Canon of Bristol. 



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L'NA 11 Al. HKI> MK.VIHKKS (h.MI'S.) 



Bcrtt'iishuu, John Wriijlit. 
Bibhv, Edward Hoiiocks.' 
Bill, Charles Milton.' 
Booth, Thomas. 
Bowes, Charles Fiederick. 
Bowman, Emma. 
Bronnan, Charles John.' ' 
Bridi(-er, John Henry." 
Broadhead, Georg'e Frederick. 
Brookes, Ernest Paulton.' 
Brookes, Harry. 
Brooks, Fred. 
Brotherton, John Henry. 
Brown. Edward.' 
Bri)wn, John Hullah. 
Brown, Nicholas Hodtifson.'' 
Bryant, James." 
Bullock, William Henry.' 
Bussej', Frederick William. 
Butcher, Frank Charles." 
Camp, Daniel John. 
Candlyn, Thomas P'rederick 

Handel. 
Carroll, Walter.^ 
Carter, Charles Frederick." 
Chandler, James David.' 
Chanter, Richard John Charles. 
Ciiapple. Frank Arthur." 
Chubb, Edith Annie. 
Cottam, Albert Edward." 
Crackel, Harry." 
Craston, Edward Sharp. 
Crawford, Thomas James." 
Crossle)', Walker." 
Crowe, Edith. 
Croxall, Thon)as Bertram.' 
Dancey, Harry." 
Davidson, Isaac. 
Davies, Albert Victor. 
Davies, Thomas. 
Dawson, Charles Clifford.' 
Day, Clifion Cecil. 
Dear, James Richard." 
Derry, Henry Bromley.- 
Desborough, \\'illiam Stanley. 

> F.R.C.O. 2 Organist. Chapel Royal, Savoy. 3 Lecturer on Choral and 
Orchestral Music, Toronto Univ.; Conductor of the Mendelssohn Choir, Toronto. 
4 Music and Choir Master. King's School. Canterbury. 5 Organist. Sheffield 
Cnthedral. '■■ Orijajiist of Wakefield Cathedral. 7 Organist of Belfast Cathedral. 
8 Organist of St. Vlary's C.ithedral, Newcastle t l.ci-inrcr in Manchester 
Universitv. 



Dihb, Frank. 

Diji'SJ-le, Fretleiick. 

Dixon, Harriett Claiborne. 

Docksev, Frank. 

Dodds, Cieorj^e. 

Dialdle, James. 

Dutjilale, Louise Zillah. 

Elton, Ferc}'. 

Everitt, James. 

Every, \Villiam.' 

Fairclouifh, Harry Stanley. 

Fitton, John William.' 

Forster, Cuthbert. 

Eraser, Xorman. 

Flicker, Florence Lant;cla\lc. 

Fricker, Herbert Austin. 

l-'ry, Herbert .Allin. 

Gallie, James. 

Gibbs, Albert Edward. 

Gilbody, Peter John. 

Ciillingham, Marg'arel 

Kirk wood." 
Godfrey, Percy. ^ 
Gelding, Percy Williaiti. 
Goodworlh, William George 

Waller. 
Graves, Henry. 
Green, Clarence. 
Green, Joseph Ernest. 
Greenwood, Frank.' 
Griffith, William." 
Griffiths, John Robert. 
Grundy, Chfirles Stanley. 
Gulland, Frederick Arthur. 
Ciulhrie, Ellis Parker.' 
Guttridge, Samuel Prince. 
Halford, George John. 
Hallam, Edwin Percy." 
Hanforth, Thomas William.' s 
Harding, Edward Hurren. 
Hardwick, Haydn Keeton. 
Hardy, Frederick James. 
Hardy, Joseph Xaylor." '' 
Hargrave, Richard Henry. 



UNATTACHED MEMBERS (b.MUS. ) 



481 



Harmaiis, W'illielni Fiiedride 

Tlieodor. 
Harrison, Frank Mott. 
Haskins, Chai'les William. 
Hawthornthwaite, Arthur 

Kirkham. 
Head, Robert 
Henderson, Henry. 
Henderson, Thomas. 
Hey, Arthur.' 
Hirst, Alfred Living'stone." 
Hodtjson, John Edward." 
Hodg-son, Wilfred Ernest. 
Hogg", Sidnex' Robert. 
Hoggelt, Thomas James.' ^ 
Holgate, John." 
Howe, Albert Percy.' 
Hughes, Rev. Percy Edward.' ■* 
Hughes, Sarah Ann. 
Hunn, William Richard.' 
Hunt, William 
Hunter, Hugh. 
Hurr\', Ronald Baldwin. 
Ingles, Richard Lees.' 
Ivens, Winifred INIary.' 
Jackson, Heibert Chisholm. 
Jarman, Robert Francis.' 
Jones, Charles Lewis. 
Jones, George E\an. 
Jones, John Owen.' 
Jones, Margaret Jane. 
Jones, Walter.' 
Keay, Louis Harold.' 
Keech, William John.' 
Kidd, IVIalcolm Brown. 
Kidson, James. 
Kingstbrd, Winifreii Laura. 
Kirby, Percy. 
Kirby, William Rayment.' 
Knapton, 01i\er. 
Knowles, Fr.incis William. 
Lane, Elihu Burritt. 
Lang", Craig Sellar 
Layland, John. 
Leake, George.' - 
Liddle, William Henry. 
Lindley, George Ernest. 
Lindop, Ernest. 
Lodge, Ernest Lloyd. 



L}"ne, Arthur. 
Mclntyre, Daniel. 
McLean, William Richai"d 

James. 
iMacleod, Hermann 
McLeod, Robert.' 
INL'ihon. Herbert. 
I\L'irsh, John. 

Marsh, Leonard Albert Hibbert. 
Martin, Marshall. 
Mason, Edward. 
Maxted, Walter.' 
Metcalfe, Richard Daniel. 
Miller, Rev. Cyril Walter.' 
Minta, William Robert. 
Mixer, Annie Louise. 
Montgomer}', William 

Augustus. ' 
Moreton, Frederick William.' 
Moreton, George Harry. 
Morley, Fiederick. 
Morpuss, Horace John. 
Mort, Richard Henry.' 
Mote, Arnold Rudolph. 
Mould, James Henry. 
Nunn, Edwin.' 

Oaklev, Katherine Mar\" Embrey 
Oichard, Williani Arundel. 
Owrid, Oswald Cla3"ton.' 
Page, Alice Mary. 
Pardy, Ptolemy -Samuel Tom. 
Parsons, Alfred William.' 
Pearson, John Ena. 
Pearson, Louis. 
Phillips, John George. 
Pickersgill, Edward \'ernon.' 
Pierce, Lucy Kleanoi". 
Pitcher, Richartl James.' 
Piatt, Thomas William. 
Pollard, Shacklelon.' 
Porter, Rea Lochiel. 
Prince, Alfred.' 
Pritchard, George. 
Quayie, JoVm Edward. 
Rathbone, George. 
Read, Henry Lucas.' 
Renshaw, Florence. 
Richards, Herbert.' 
Richards, William .Augustus.' 



■ F.R.C O. = Lecturer, Hartley Univ 
University ot Leeds. 4 Minor Canon 



. Coll. "! Teacher of Music and Elocution, 
and Sacrist, Rochester. 



4H; 



I'NA ITACHKH MliMHKRS (M. MUS.) 



RicliiiioiKl, CiilToni.' 
Rilsoi), Tliomas William.' 
Roilgfers, John. 
Ross, Georg^e. 
Royle, Frederick. 
Riisse, Alfred William.' 
Sadler, Sydney Thomas. 
Salsburv, Grace Emily. 
Sanderson, Wilfred Ernesl.' 
Sawyer, Frederick Henry." 
Scaife, Percy Lionel. 
Schofieid, Ernesl Cramby. 
Scott, Francis Georg^e. 
Scott, Maggie Stewart. 
Sewter, Edgar Frederick. 
Sharpies, Thomas. 
Simms, Arthur. 
Slater, Gordon .\rchbold. 
Slater, James Frederick.' 
Smalhvood, Frederick 

William. 
Soar, Joseph." 
Soresby, Roger Willitim. 
Spanner, Henry Victor." 
Stewart, George. 
Stobart, William James." 
Stone, Francis Joseph. 
Slralton, John Henry. 
SutclifFe, Charles Thomas.' 
Sutton, William Stanley. 
Swann, Stretlon.' 
Sykes, Frederick William.'^ 
Taylor, Cardinal. " 
Thompson, Robert Cieorge. 
Thompson, William Hill. 
Thomson, David. 

LlCKNTI.\TES 

Abbott, Rev. Reginald Francis 

Stuteley. 
Adams, Rev. Thomas Sidney. 
Ailkins, Malcolm Leslie. 
AiUer, Percy Martin. 
Ainsworlh, Rev. Hubert Walter 

Howell. 
Allen, Rev. William Harold. 
Allmark, Harold. 
Amor, Rt:v. William Quick. 
Andrews, Rev. Edward. 
Arnold, Rev. Benjamin Arthur 



Tluunson. William Archibald 

Ailken. 
Tliorne, Berthokl George.' 
Tobin, Joseph Raymond. 
Todd, Charles William. 
Tomlvn, Alfred William. 
Tootell, Cieorge. 
Wade, Richaixi. 
Wag:ner, Frederick." 
W^alker, Edward Herbert 

Stralton. 
Wallace, James Edward. 
W'arner, William Edwards. 
Waterhouse, Florence Eliot. 
Watson, John Edwin. 
Watson, Robert Barrett.' 
WtSale, Sydney Harry Franz." 
W^ebb, Thomas.' 
Weigall, C3'ril Townsend. 
W'elis, Harry Wharton." 
Whall, Roughton Henry." 
Whitelev, lames Henderson. 
Wilcock, Alfred William." 
Willgoose, Frank Linforth. 
Williams, John Herbert." 
Williams, William Cecil. 
Williamson, William Henry. 
Wood, Arthur Rawlinson." 
Wood, George Frederick. 
Wood, John Benjamin. 
Wood, William Jonathan. 
Woodward, Frederick Handel. 
Woodward, Marion. 
W^ostenholm, Maurice Lawton. 
Wright, W'inifred. 
Wyatt, Walter. 
Young, George. 
IN Theology. 
Arnold, Harry. 
Ashvvorth, Rev Richard. 
Askey, Rev. William. 
Astbury, Rev. Harry. 
Aston, Rev. Sidney Clement. 
Aylwin,»Rev. Francis Herbert. 
Bache, Thomas. 
Baker, Rev. Francis Herbert. 
Barker, Cecil Holroyd. 
Barker, Frank Henry. 
Barrett, Rev. Ernest 

Alexander. 



' F.R.C.O. * Organist of Selby Abbey. 



UNATTACHHD MEMBERS (l. TH. ) 



4«3 



Bartlett, Rev. Lindsa}-. 
Basselt, Rev. Charles Robert. 
Beale, Rev. Gordon Thomas. 
Beckley, Robert Edward. 
Beechey, Rev. George Alfred. 
Belcher, Sidney Charles. 
Bell, Rev. James Alexander 

Aikiiian Kelsey. 
Bentle\-. Rev. Stanley Evan. 
Berestord, Rev. James Richard. 
Bergemann, Re\'. Andrew Cecil 

Hazlewood. 
Berry, Rev. Thomas. 
Biddlecombe, Stuart Hohiian. 
Bidwell, Rev. John. 
Bishop, Ellis. 

Bishop, Re\ . Elisha Alunden. 
Blake, Cecil Lyndon. 
Blood, Rev. Charles Flavel. 
Bodvcombe, Rev. Benjamin. 
Bond, Basil Kendall. ^Z 
Boreham, Rev. Charles 

Tunstall. 
Bourne, Frederick Clarke. 
Boxley, Rev. Arthur Alfred. 
Bradle}', Fercival Hui^h 

Liddon. 
Brambston, Rev. William 

Lessware. 
Brassing-ton, William. 
Bridger, Rev. Ernest Vine. 
Briggs, James W'illiam. 
Brighton, Rev. Frederick. 
Broadway, Rev. Percival 

Thomas. 
Brookes, Rev. Fretlerick 

Braithwaite. 
Brown, Rev. Arthur John. 
Brown, Rev. Cyril Alfred. 
Brown, George Alexander. 
Browne, Rev. Herbert William. 
Bullock, Rev. Thomas Luke^ 
Burg'ess, Rev. Arthur John. 
Burgess, Rev. Charles George 

Elton. 
Burr, Kev. Ernest Arthur. 
Bush-King, Charles John. 
Butcher, Hubert John Edwin. 
Butler, Reginakl V^ictor. 
Butolph, Rev. Herbert William./ 



Butters, Rev. Frederic Charles. 
Caldicott, Rev. Joseph George. 
Caley, Rev. William Leonard 

Bertram. 
Card, Herbert. 

Carrington, Rev. Malcolm Edwin 
Carter, Rev. William Henry 

Bluett. 
Caslley, Rev. Wilfrid Lowry. 
Chance, Rev. Seymour Godwin. 
Chapman, Rev. Arthur 

V'alentine. 
Chappie, Rev. John P'rancis. 
Charlton, Walter William. 
Cheverion, Rev. Francis John. 
Chippendall, William Sydney. 
Christie. Rev. John. 
Clay, Rev. Cyril. 
Cla\ton, Rev. Arthur. 
Cleveland, Rev. Frederick 

Walter. 
Coates, Rev. Walter Ernest. 
Cobbett, Rev. Henry James. 
Colbeck, Jesse. 
Coleman, Rev. Sydney. 
Collins, Rev. David Jonathan. 
Collins, Sydney William 

Austral. 
Collinson, George Alfred. 
Collis, Rev. Charles John. 
Cook, Rev. Georg'e. 
Corbould, Rev. Kenneth John 

Kearion. 
Cormack, Rev. James. 
Cornish, Rev. Flenry Kestell. 
Costa, Rev. Charles Isidore 

Lorenzo. 
Cox, Rev. John Thornton. 
Coxon, Re\ . John. 
Creal, Rev. Howard Herbert. 
Cresswell, Thomas Curd Arthur 

Charles. 
Crews, Rev. Frederick Richard 

Henry. 
Crick, Rev. Wilfrid John. 
Crisall, Ri.-\'. James .Maiiuaart. 
Cross, Rev. John Clioldilch. 
Cross, Robert Cecil. 
Cross, Rev. Walter Harrison. 
Crump, Rev. Robert John. 



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484 rNATTACHEl) MEMBERS (L.TH.) 

Ci'\or, Ki'\. Ernest. Fisher, Rev. James Edward 

Dale. Rev. John Edwin. John. 

Dallas. Rev. Georg'e Smith. Fleming, Rev. Joliii. 

D.'ivios, Rev. Harold Frederick. Fletclier, Rev. Frederick Ni>ah. 

Da\ ies. Rev. John. Fletcher, \\'illiam Stephen. 

Davis, Herbert John. Footil, Rev. Percival FredeiMck 

Davis, Rev. Georg'e Xewlon. Ford, Rev. Sidne\'. 

Dawson^ Rev. Colin Towers. Foi^tescne, Rev. Cecil Francis. 

Dean, Arthur. Fowler, Rev. Harry./ 

Dean, Charles George Gordon. Fowler, Rev. Richard Hai-old. 

Deed, Leonard Henry. Eraser, Rev. John Buchanan. 

Deiglit(>n, Frank Reg'inald. Frayling', Howard Edmund. 

Deighton, Jack. French, Rev. Hubert Sanson. 

Denholin, Robert. Frost, Stewart Wemyss Gibson. 

Dent, Rev. Oswald Gordon. Ciardner-Brown, Alan Hugh 

Denton, Rev. Alfred. Gardner. 

Dieterle, John Edwanl. Gardner, Rev. Reginald John. 

Diltmer, Rev. Arlhui Robert. Gaskell, Rev. Matthew Henry. 

Downes, Rev. Waller John. Gerber, Rev. Moritz./ 

Downie, Rev. William George. Gerty, Re\ . William. 

Drew, Rev. Herbert Leslie. Gibson, Rev. U'illiam Alfred. 

Dudgeon, Rev. Horace (lilgrysl, Rev. Herbert. 

Harrison. Gillard, Rev. .Alfred Henry. 

Dudley, Rev. Owen. Glass, Re\'. John Brenl. 

Dumphreys, Rev. James Glew, Rev. Harold. 

Molesworth Franklin. (roldthorpe, Harry Joseph 
Duncan. Rev. X'ictor George. Livingstone. 

Dungworih, Rev. .Arthur. Gore, Rev. Edward Clive. 

Dution, Rev. Fred. Schofield. Gorman. I\ev. Clarence 
Easter, Samuel Edward. Randolph. 

Edge, Rev. Wesley Morris. Granger, John Stanley. 

Edmonds, Rev. Howard Gray, Richard Henry. 

Geoffrey. Greaves, Rev. Cecil Bernard. 

Etlwards, Re\-. Osberi Stanley Green, Percy Havard. 

Smith. Cireen, Rev. Percy Howard. 

Elami, Mackenzie James. Greenhalgh, Rev. Walter. 

Eider, Re\. William .Armstrong. Greensmith, Rev. Cleon Alwyn. 

Elliott, Rev. Joseph. Greeson, Rev. Basil Levvin. 

Elphick, Rev. John Henry. Ciregory, Re\ . Roger. 

Elstoii, Rev. Percy. Griffiths, Edward Harry. 

Enter}', Rev. Joseph James. Griffiihs, Rev. Harold Paige. 

Evans, Rev. George Henry. Griggs, Rev. Sydney Richard. 

Evan-., R.-\-. Percy John. Grir.iwooci, Rev. Wlliair. 
Farr, Bertram Richard. Theodore. 

Farrow, Rev. Stephen Septimus. Groom, Sydney Williruii. 

Fenwick, George Walter. Groser, Rev. Ernest William. 

Ferrier, John William. Haddow, William. 

Fidoe, Sidney./ Hadwen, Rev. Edward 
Firth, John. Wilkinson. 

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485 



Hakim, Jollynoos Shukui-iiUah. 
Hail, Rev. Bernard Parker. 
Hall. Rev. Rupert Thotnas. 
Hamblell, Rev. William 

.\lexander Harry. 
Hamei , Rev. Owen Lechmere. 
Hand, Rew Geoffrey Brailsford. 
Hardy, Rev. Frank Conyers. 
Hardy, Rev. John Edward. 
Harper, Rev. Frederick Harold 
Harrison, Rev. John Shaw. 
Haultain, Donald. 
Hawksworth, John Charles. 
Heath, Rev. John Dou_2flas. 
Heath, Rev. Stephen Francis. 
Heaton, Rev. Robert 

Sainthouse. 
Hedley, Rev. Arthur Rowland. 
Hedmann, Rev. Gothard 

Clinton. 
Hewitt, Rev. John Edward 

Weslev W'llberforce. 
Hicks, Rev. Thomas Harold. 
Higg'ins, Rev. Georg-e Edwin. 
Higgitt, Re\-. William Robert 

John. 
Hill, Rev. Harold Rupert Hutt. 
Hill, Percy William. 
Hilton, Rev. John. 
Hinsb\', Rev. Montag'ue Golden. 
Hir-,t, Rev. Henry Hill. 
Hobbs, Rev. Leonard James. 
Hodg'son, Rev. Reginald. 
Hogarth, Rev. Thomas Walter. 
Hollis, Rev. Francis .Septimus. 
Holiowood, Rev. George 

Hollo wood. 
Holmes, William. 
Holt, Rev. Frederick Albert. 
Hook, Leslie. 

Horner, Rev. Alfred Egbert. 
Howard, Rev. Richaid Nelson. 
Howe, Rev. Harrv George 

James. 
Hubbard, William Percy Hawes. 
Huggins, Rev. Albert Arthur. 
Hughes, Rev. Bernard Jones. 
Hughes, Rev. William 

Archibald. 
Hughes, William Percy. 

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Hull, Rev. Edwardnrhomas. 
Hulme, Rev. Thomas Nigel. 
Huinphries, Rev. Edward 

Hefferton. 
Hunt, Alan Edgar. 
Hunt, Rev. Charles. 
Hutchinson, Rev. Isaac. 
H\cle, Henry Edward. 
Ingham, Rev. William. 
Jackson, Rev. Arthur Cowley. 
Jackscm, Charles Bernard. 
Jackson, Rev. W^illiam. 
James, Re\-. John Arnold. 
Jennings, Re\. Louis Frederick. 
Johnson, Kenneth Addison. 
Jones. Albert. 
Jones, Rev. .Artiiur Henry 

Eustace. 
Jones, Rev. Bernard Paton. 
Jones, David Isaac Railton. 
Jones, Rev. John Kees. 
Keates, Rev. William John. 
Ken\on, Rev. Benjamin. 
Kenyon, John Herbert Sedgle^'. 
Kershaw, Rev. John. 
Kewlev, Rev. William 
Kidd, Rev. John Willis. 
King, Rev. Alfred John Brand. 
King, Rev. Arthur George. 
King, Rev. Percy James. 
King, Rev. Stanley Joseph. 
King, Rev. Williiim. 
Kingston, Ernest \'ictor. 
Kirby, Ernest Edward. 
Kirner, Rev. Percy John Henry. 
Knight, Rev. John Greenfield. 
Knowles, Rev. Tom Askew. 
Knox, Re\'. David James. 
Lake, Rev. William X'icloi' 
Cecil. 

Lambert, Thomas William. 
Lance, Rev. Percy Ernest. 
Lander, Rev. Walter Brookes. 
Lang, Re\ . John Edward. 
Lavery, Samuel George. 
Lawson, John Herbert. 
Lawton, Re\ . Adam. 
La\'bourn, Rev. Arthur Charles. 
Lee, Edgar Harold Leslie. 
Lee, Albert William. 



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I N'A ITACHlCn MEMHKKS (I. TH.' 



Leeds. Ke\ . Arthur Wilfred. 
Lees, Philip Henry. 
Leplastrier, Rev. Henry Charles 
Li'wis. Rev. Alfred John 

'rem pest. 
Lewis, Rev. Cyril Kanshawe. 
Linlell, Rev. Arthur Reginald. 
Livesey, Herbert. 
Llewellyn, Rev. David Leonard 

John. 
Lloyd, Rev. Frederick William. 
Loader, Rev. Edmund Turley. 
Locivctt, Rev. William. 
Lomas, Rev. Harry. 
Lomax, Rev. James Henry. 
Lonij, Rev. Frederic Lawrence. 
Loweih, Rev. Douglas 

Harg'rave. 
Lug-et, Rev. Frank Clive. 
Lynch, Houston Stewart. 
Lynes, Rev. John. 
Mackay, Archibald, rf 
AL-xckay, Rev. Cornelius 

Stewart. 
McKenzie, Rev. .Alfred Edward. 
Maclean, Rei^finald Horace. 
McLeod, Rev. William Stewart. 
Maddock, William 

Huiiiberstone. 
Malachi, Harry Dwyer Parker. 
Mallinson, Rev. John Newton. 
Mallory, Jaines. 
Marks. John Howard. 
Marmion, Rev. William Preston. 
Marriott, Rev. Frederick 

Georg-e. 
Marsh, Rev. Harry Frank. 
Martni, Frederick William. 
Mason, Rev. Albert. 
Masters, Rev. Frank Matthews. 
Maydew, Rev. Francis Thomas. 
Mayoh, Rev. Robert Harrison. 
Meilor, Rev. George. 
Mercer, Arthur Telford. 
Metford, Cuthbert George 

Seymour. 
Middleion, Rev. William Evans 

.Andrew. 
Millidge, Reginald George. 
Miilij^an, Rev. Andrew. 



Milner, William Henrj'. 
Milward, Rev. Kenneth George 

William. 
Milchell. Rev. William Maurice 

Harper. 
Monteath, Rev. Inglis Runcorn. 
Moore, Rev. Edwin Yates. 
Moore, Rev. William 

Archibald. 
Moore. Rev. Arthur George. 
Moile\-, George Howard. 
Morran, Rev. Lionel Manns. 
Morris, Rev. Edgar Lionel. 
Morris, Rev. Thomas James 

Meredith. 
Morse-Boycott, Desmond Lionel 
Mortimer, Fvev. W'iiliam Russell 

Ware. 
Morton, Rev. Leslie Victor. 
Moulton, Rev. Clarence 

Abraham. 
Moyses, Rev. Richard Henry. 
Mumford, Rev. William 

Thomas. 
.Munii, I^ev. William Ernest 

.N'apier. 
Munro, Rev. James. 
Musselvvhite, William Ralph. 
Mutter, Rev. Cecil George. 
Mylchreest, Horace. 
Xewby, Sydney. 
Xewell, Rev. Cameron Peicy. 
Newton, Rev. William 

Rut ledge. 
Nickson, Ernest. 
Nicoll-Griffilh, Rev. Douglas. 
Nock, Rev. Arthur Ernest. 
Norman, Basil Chamberlain 

Qu .\ppeile. 
Norman, Rev. John. 
O .Meara, Rev. Daniel Vincent. 
OakIe\', Rev. William 

F"rederjck. 
Oliver, Rev. Albert Edward. 
Oliver, Rev. Gilbert Salt. 
Osbourn, Rev. Francis 

Edmund. 
Overs, Rev. Henry William. 
Paddick, Rev. Reginald. 
Palmer, Joseph Alfred. 



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487 



Parker, Edgar Thomas Arnold 
Parsons, Albert William. 
Parsons, Rev. Coiirtenaj' 

Francis Thomas. 
Parsons, Donald George. rf 
Peacock, Thomas Sidney. 
Pemberton, Rev. Bertram 

Harold. 
Parr, Rev. Gordon Edward. 
Petrie, Alan Julian. 
Phillips, John. 

Pic'cerinsif, Alexander Joseph. 
Pike, Rev. Herbert Leslie. 
Pofflev, Rev. Francis Henry 

Cecil. 
Pollock, Rev. William John. 
Porter, Rev. JohTi. 
Prentice, Rev. William 

Thomas. 
Price, Rev. Frank. 
Price, Rev. William Thomas. 
Pringle, Rev. Herbert. 
Piig-li, Rev. Cyril Summerfield. 
Pyner, Rev. Harold dii Thoit. 
Qiiarmbv, Rupert Llewellyn. 
Ouelch, Rev. Leslie William. 
Rattrav, Rev. William Herbert 

Widdring:lon. 
Rawclifife, Rev. Frederic 

Arthur. 
Ra\inond, Ernest. 
Reeks, Rev. Georg-e Edward. 
Rees, Rev. Sydney Edgar 

Williatn. 
Reeves, Rev. Albert George. 
Reynolds, Rev. Thomas Daniel 
Richards, Rev. Herbert. 
Richardson, Rev. James. 
Richmond, Rev. George 

Spencer. 
Rideal, Frank Wilkinson. 
Ridgway, Rev. Joseph. 
Rigby, Rev. William Pierpoint. 
Roberton, Rev. William Alfred. 
Roberts, Rev. Douglas John. 
Roberts, Rev. Gordon Birkett. 
Roberts, Rev. George Thomas. 
Roberts, Rev. Willam Henry. 
Robinson, Rev. Richard 

Bradley. 



Robinson, Roy Kenneth. 
Robinson, Rev. William Smith. 
Rogers, Rev. Frederick Charles 

W'^illiam. 
Rogerson, Robert Entwistle. 
Rothwell, Herbert William. 
Ruble, George Crowhurst. 
Ruscoe, Re\'. Sydney. 
Russell, Rev. William Stewart 

Ross. 
Satchell, Rev. William Haroltl. 
Saunderson, Rev. Henry. 
Saxton, Harry. 
Schooling, Rev. Charles 

Marshall. 
Schwegler, Rev. John 

F'rederick. 
Scogings, Frank. 
Seyzinger, Rev. Ernest 

Edmund. 
Shallcross, Rev. Harold. 
Sharman, Rev. Frederick 

Joseph. 
Shaw, Rev. .A.lfred Robert. 
Shepherd, John Hampton. 
Shcrwin, Rev. Herbert 

William. 
Sliiels, Rev. James Allan. 
Shipley, Rev. Edwin. 
Shippam, Rev. Frederick. 
Simkin, Rev. William John. 
Simmons, Robert John Andi-ew. 
Simons, Rev. Harry. 
Simpson, Rev. Albert. 
Simpson, Harry. 
.Simpson, Rev. James Metcalfe. 
Siviter, Rev. Horace. 
Skelhorn, Samuel. 
Skelton, Rev. Henry. 
Smith, Rev. Alban Urling. 
Smith, Rev. Albert George. 
Smith, Rev. Donald Hamilton 

Ash ford. 
Smith, Rev. Herbert Harry. 
.Smither, Percy Alfred. 
Sneil, Rev. Samuel. 
Sni>w, Rev. Albert Finest. 
.Snowden, Rev. Henry 

Charles, c/ 
Soden, George Cecil Francis. 



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INATTALHED MEMBKRS ( I.. I H. ) 



SpaiXon, Rev. Fraiu-is Osborn. 
Sparkes, Rev. Francis Ernest 
Speaknian, Rev. James George. 
Spink>i, Rev. Lcmis Randolph 

X'icior. 
Stancliffe, Rev. John Shepley. 
Slead, Rev. John. 
Steilman, Rev. W'aher Dougflas. 
Steed, Percy. 
Steward, Rev. Jolni Eric./ 
Stewart, Rev. John Reid. 
Stockton, Rev. Josepli James 

-Andrews. 
Storer, Rev. Georjje. 
Strintjer, Rev. John William. 
Stront^-, Reginald Selbv. 
Stiibbs, Rev. George. 
Sturges, Horace Frank. 
Suckling, Frederick Charles. 
Sullivan, Albert Victor. 
Sullivan, Launcelot Lucien Adey. 
Sweene}-, Re"v. Hugh John. 
Swindells, Rev. George. 
.S\ nioii. Rev. Alan James 

Sutherland. 
Talmay, Rev. Charles 

Hasleden. 
Tarrant, Rev. Eric Sherrin. 
Tate, Rev. Alfred Charles. 
Ta%ior, Rev. Harold./ 
league. Tom Richard. 
Teasdale, Richard Kemp. 
Theobald, Rev. Ernest Alfred. 
Thomj:)son, Rev. Edward 

Joseph. 
Thompson, Rev. George 

Wadge. 
Tliompson, Robert John. 
Thornton, Cecil Grant. 
Towers, Rev. John Robert. 
Treasure, Rev. Reginald Ernest. 
Trilton, F'rederick William. 
Tritton, Rev. Horace Charles. 
Trussell, Rev. David. 
TufiF, Rev. Harold. 
Turner, Rev. Gilbert Price Lloyd. 
1 widle. Arthur Edwin. 
Upsdell, Charles Frederick. 
Urch, Rev. Henry Stanley. 



V'eel, Re\ . William Tomkins. 
\'ictor. Rev. Jerom. 
Vine, Rev. George Henrj-. 
Waggett, Rev. Arthur Calvert. 
Wahltuch, Rev. Henry 

Alexander. 
Wakefield, Rev. George 

Stephen. 
Wallis, Rev. Montague 

CaKerley. 
Walter, Rev. William Henry John 
Walton, Rev. Harrv. 
Ward, Harold 

Warren, Rev. Joseph Hetiry. 
Watson, John William. 
Watt, Re\. Frederick John. 
Webb, Rev. Henry John. 
Webb, Rev. John Francis. 
Webb, Rev. Stephen Llewellyn. 
Webb, Rev. William Harold. 
Webster, Rev. Leonard. 
Weighill, Rev. William Edwards 
Wenzell, Rev. Leonard Leslie. 
Weston, Rev. Frank. 
Whitaker, Rev. George Da\id. 
White, Rev. Archibald Campbell 

Macalister. 
Whitechurch, X'ictor Lorenzo. 
V\'hitehouse, Rev. Ivicharii 

Walter. 
Whilford, Rev. Bernard Arnold. 
Whiitaker, Rev. Frank Ridley. 
Whittle, Rev. John Tyler. 
Wicks, Rev. Stephen. 
Wightman, William Crewe. 
Wilkinson, Re\ . Hartley Craven 

Price. 
Wilkinson, Rev. William J.uiies. 
W'iilcoxson, John Henr\'. 
Willett, Rev. Brian. 
Williams, Rev. Joseph. 
Williams, Rev. William Stuart. 
Wilson. Rev. Cecil Launcelot. 
W'instanley, Rev. James 

George Scarisbrick. 
Wood, Rev. Samuel Taylor. 
Woodgate, Leonard Charles 

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Woolett, Rev. Fredtiick Young;, Philip. 

William Charles. Yoiiiigf, Rev. Rii-liartl 

Worswick, Samuel. Augustine. 

Wvatt, Ferdinand Henry. Young-, Rev, Thomas. 

Yates, Rev. Frederiik. Zeeman, Rev. Latimer 

Younij-, Herbert Mail land. Kempton. 

.STUDENTS IX THEOLOGY. 

Robinson, James Jesse John .. ... ... Ep. igoj 

Rose, John Claud .. ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Warner, Wynyard .Alexander ... ... ,, ,, 

Cornish, Hubert Ralph .Athelstan ... ... ... E. 

Creasy, Lubin Spence ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Daniel, Arthur Fielding ... .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Haddad, Benjamin John ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Hobley, Charles McDonald ... ... , 

Holt, Leonard James ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Miller, Hubert Augustus Willie ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Porter, Harold Mart ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Shewring, .\lbert Ephraim .. ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Souper, Edward Remingle ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Turkington, James Stewart ... ... . ... ,, ,, 

Whalley, Clement Kynnersley .., ... ... ,, ,, 

Whittle, James ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Cambie, Solomon Richard .. ... .. M. ,, 

Ci-olr, William Horace ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Deadman, .Stephen Henry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Gunton, Thomas Walter ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Hawkes, Arthur Clifford ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Howe, William Robert ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Milnes, George Edward ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Mullens, Frederick Barker ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Pearce, Henry .Mervyn Archdall ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Yates, Thomas Arthur ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Brown, George Bartlow ... ... ... ... Ep. 190S 

Hewlett, Georg-e Ernest ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Knottesford-Fortescue, John Nicholson ... .. ,, ,, 

Lane, William Henry Cecil ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Thompson, Harrv Ernest ... ... ... ,, 

Tiley, John Coventry Grant.. • ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Buckwell, Selwyn Leighton... ... ... ... E. ,, 

Dickson, William Henry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Fojan, Thomas Frederick Trower ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Hillyard, George Ernest ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

King, Frank Herbert ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Morison, Ernest Harvey ... ... ... ..• ,. 

Otway, .\rnold Handel ... ... .-. ... ,, ,, 

Parker, Walter Matthew ... ... ... ... ., ,, 

Payne, Charles Edgar ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 



4qo 



UNA riAl lli;i> MKMBKRS (tHKOI-. ) 



Soolt, Frank Oswald ... ... K- '9o8 

SiJebotham, SaimiL'l ... . " >> 

Sowry, Edwaid ... •.. ••• •■• >' " • 

Sialt, Gordon William Hcaconsfield ... ... ... ,, .. 

Terroi, Gerald Ellison ... ... .. ■.■ >> m 

Thompson, Lanionce Noel ... ... •. .•■ »> >> 

W.idding-ton. Edifar ... ... .•• ••• »> >» 

Bircham, William Henrv Clarence ... ... -.■ .. >> 

Topley, Thomas ... ... ... •.■ x >> 

Addison, Lancelot Farqiiharson ... ... ■■• ^^- >> 

Austin, Hai-ry •■• ••• ■• " '» 

Blythe, Archibald Lewis ... ... ... •. .. >. 

Dawson. Arthur ... ... ••• ■•• >> '> 

Dickens, Clive Archdall ... ... ••• •> >> 

Fairbourn, Hugh Vivian ... ... ... •.• .> »> 

Fellows, Arthur Augustus ... ... ... ... »i )> 

Monger, John Oakes ... ... .• •• >> >' 

NichoU, Edward Aubrey Rice ... ... .• >. m 

Potter, Edgar .. ... •■ ■■■ -- -> 

Tompkins, Frederick Richard ... .. .• ,, .. 

Blood, Alban Elwin ... ... ... •■• i^P- '909 

Cantlow, Joseph Charles ... ... ... .•■ >> »» 

Evans, David Richard ... ... ... .•• »> ^ )> -^ 

Ciroser, Thomas Sidney ... ... ... ••• »> it 

Houghton, William ... ... .• •■• »» >» 

Huband, William Aubrey ... ... ■. .•■ »i >• 

Jones, Waller Johnson ... ... ... ••. >> >> 

Stanton, Thomas ... ... ... ••■ n >> 

Webb-Boweii, Harold Francis ... -. ••. i. '. 

Winder, Edmund Henry Corbett ... ... .. ., ;.' 

Berringlon, Leslie George ... ... ... .■ K. ,, 

Billings, Jt)hn Edward Wright ... ... .. >> >> 

Brazendale, Robert Ernest... ... ... ■•• >. >» 

Day, Charles David ... ... •-. .. >> 

Dent, Richard Frederick ... ... . . ... ,> .. 

Hammond, Bertram Stanley ... ... .• .. ii 

Hewland, John Reid ... ... . ••• >> >» 

Hohnes. John Samuel ... .. . m iJ 

Horspool, Frederick Barton Joe ... .. .■ ., >> 

Johnson, John William ... ... ■ ,. m 

Kershaw, Harry ... ... •• x >> 

Law, Frank Percy ... •■■ ••• >> " 

McLaren, Albert Victor ... ... ■•■ i. <> 

Naylor. .Arthur Herbert Dougfas ... ^... ... „ .; 

Parker, James ... ... ' ••• • •■ >i >> 

Penney, Reginald .Arnold ... ... ... •■. »> it 

Peppercorn, Waller ... ... ••■ o >> 

Shaw, Arthur .Alexander Desmond ... ... ... .1 >> 

Trench, Albert Charles ... ... ... ••. ,. 1. 

Allen, Charles Richard .. ... ... ••• M. 1909 



UNATTALHKU MEMBERS (tHEOL. ) 49 1 

Boggis, John Edmund ... ... ,.. ... M. 1909 

Booth, Albert ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Prock, William ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Burnet, John Gerald Franci.s ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Clapperton, John Towers ... ... ... ' ... ,, ,, 

Corner, William .. ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Davies, Edward Nathaniel ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Dugueno}-, Ralph Cecil Herbert .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Fletcher, Charles Henrj' ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Foote, Georgfe Hodg-son ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Gabell, Ifor Hone ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Gallop, Alfred Henry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Howson, Harold ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Johnson, Robert Charles ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Johnston, Hugh Kenneth ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Noble, Reginald Harry . . ... .. ... ,, ,, 

Packard, John Denys ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Patrick, Harry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Pollard, Robert Andrew ... .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Rogers, Frank Sidne}' ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Rooke, George Leslie Wallace ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Single, Keith Stuart Cresswell ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Warren, Hubert Ernest ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Williams, Charles Lindsay ... ... .. ... ,, ,, 

Ark Wright, Arthur Bear ... ... ... ... Ep. 1910 

Cotton, William Francis ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Coulthurst, Perc}' ... ... .. ... ,, ,, 

D'ibben, George Watts ... ... ... .. ,, ,, • 

E'v'ans, Frederick Ewart ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Smith, Arthur Harry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Show, Arthur Edwin ... ... .. ... ,, ,, 

Thompson, Allan George ... ... ... ... ,, ,j 

Bott, Frank Collis ... .. ... .. E. ,» 

Bradshaw, Arthur Pearson... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Cblvin,' Andrew ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Jones, Albert Stanley ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Stockings, Henry Harpur ... .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Thompson, James Milton ... ... ... ... ,. ,, 

Wilson, John ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Bedwell, Walter William ... ... ... ... M. ,; 

Carter, William ... .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Courtnuin, Edward George ... ... ... ,, ,i 

Donne, Cyril Henrj' ... ... ... ... ,, ,; 

Durance, Edwin James ... ... ... ... ,, ,; 

Grenon, Neville Ernscliffe ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Holland, Charles Benjamin ... ... ... ,, ,', 

Jolly, Fred ... ... ... ... ,, v. 

King, Bernard Charles ... ... ... ... ,, j, 

Miller, Paul Tennant ... ... ... ... ,, ;, 

Peacock, Norman ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Poole, Joseph ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 



40 3 I'NATI AllIKH MEMBERS (tHKOI,.) 

Poiiltnev, Geoffrey William .. ... ... ... I\I. igio 

Purser, Georije Artluir ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Thornton. Ernest Allan ... ... ,, ,, 

Tilloti, William John ... ... ... 

Walton, Rev. John Featherstone ... ... ... ,, 

White, William ... ... ... ... ,, 

Williams, William Andrew ... ... ... ... ^, 

Bent, Frederick Oswald ... ... ... ... Kp. igii 

Button, Alfred Cleave Hammond ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Dakeyne, Rev. Cecil Raven Brain ... ... .. ,, ,, 

Punn, Robert Louis Acland ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Evans, W'illiam James ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Gibson, Rev. Thomas James ... ... ,,. ,, 

Gilbert, Frank Filleul ... ... ... ... ,, 

Jacoby, William Georsje Percival Ambrose ... ... ,, ,, 

Martin, John Harold ... ... ... ,, 

Norris, Albert William ... .. ... ... ,, 

Pearce, Robert James ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Salmon, William Conrad ... ... ... ... ,, , 

Slack, Cyril Harnden .. ... ... ... ,, 

Tomlinson, Albert William ... ... ... ... ,, 

Wilkie, James Georg-e ... ... ... 

Allen, Arthur William ... ... ... ... E. ,] 

Barron, Rev. Leslie Georg-e ... .. ... ,, ^, 

Bolton, Percy Kennedy Pax ... ... ... ,, 

Butchari, Reginald Errol ... ... ., ,, 

Coley, Horace Henry 

Holmes, Dudley Raphael Sluddert ... ... ... ,, 

Judges, William Worthington ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Marsden, Ren ford ... ... ... ... ,, 

Naylor, George Frederick ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Nicholas, Michael Hugh ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Turner, Rev. John 

Williams, James Cecil ... ' ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Wyman, Sydney John .. ... ... ... ,, 

Addinsell, William Harold ... ... ... M. " 

Axford, Edward Gu\- 

Bond, George Ferdinand Cecil ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Brammall, F"red 

Dodsworth, Benjamin Whitfield ... ... ,, ,, 

Graham, Malcolm Moore ... ... ... ... ,, 

Kent, Harold ... ... ... ... ,| ]] 

Lycett, Douglas Lycett ... ... •'.. ... ,, ,, 

Morris, Arthur Edward ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Oldham, Charles ... ... .. ,, 

Pierce, Harold Herbert ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Pink, Henry Cecil ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Riding, John ... .. •• ,, ,, 

Robertson, Charles Shearer ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Scales, Murrny .Austin ... ... ... ... ,, 

Searie-Barnes, Albert Ernest ... ... .. ,, ., 



UNATTACHED MEMBERS (tHEOL. ) 493 

Tabor, Joseph Charles ... ... ... .. ^I- •9'i 

Terry, Thomas ... ... ■.. ••• " " 

Torr, Frederick ... .• ■. •■ " " 

Toulouse, Ernest Albert ... ... . ••• '• •' 

Wil.son, Rev. James Warren ... •. •.• t- " 

Wiseman, Soloman Clive ... ... .•• .•• " 

Anders, Charles Guy ... ... ... ■■• Ep. iqi2 

Croft. Cvril Talbot Burney... ... .•• . •.• " " 

Sandtbrd, Herbert Henry .. ... ■. 

Veernan, Gerard ... ••■ •.• ••. " " 

White, Lawrence Carol ... ... ■• ■.. m <> 

Addison, William Robert Fountaine... ... ... E. ,, 

Aldous, Rev. Frederick William 

Arnold, Ernest Henry 

Brooke, James Morton Wilmot ... .. ■•■ i< '» 

Canham, Charles Russell ... ... ■■• " " 

Cossey, Sydney Herbert 

Gibson, Percival ... •. ... ••■ ■•• '• '' 

Oscrot't-Jones, Robert Henry 

Parker, Robert ... ... •. •.• •• " " 

Roslron, Fred ... ■■. .• ••■ ■• " " 

Seward, Gerald Frederick .. ... •. •.• •- " 

Sharpies, Sydney James Folds ... .. •■■ >- 

Smith, Rev. Wilfrid Cyprian Broughton ... 

Smither, Percy ... ... ... •.• ■■• " " 

Spread, Richard Rudolph ... ... •.. » 

Spokes, Rev. John Corner ... ... ••. ■• " >> 

Abram, Oscar Victor Adolphus ... ... ... M. ,, 

Acomb, Henry Waldo ... ... ... ••• " " 

Allen, Frank ... ••• ••• ••• " " 

Callister, Frank ... ■•• •■• ••• >• »» 

Clark, Alfred James ... .. ..• •.• m >> 

DArcy, Gerald Claude Randolph ... ... .•• i. >> 

Francis, Rev. Wilfred .. ... .• •• " >> 

Gill, Rev. Frederick William ... ... >. 

Gurnett, William Vaux ... ... ... ■.• " " 

Harvey, Frederick Ward ... ... ••• >< " 

Holmes, Ernest John ... ... ••• •■ " " 

Inchbald, Christopher Chantry Elliot ... .. 

Jacoby, Cyril Henry Julius Christopher ... ... ., >. 

Lee, Pearson ... ... .. •■■ " " 

Lord, Thomas ... •• .•• ■•• " " 

Northridge, George ... ... •■. ••• " " 

Richards, Rev. Leonard Richard -... ... ■ .. -> 

Rigby, V^ictor ... .■• ••• ■■• " " 

Shavvcross, William Henry .. ... ... •.• " >» 

Thompson, Harrison ... ... ■•• ••• " '» 

Walker, Lionel George Osborne ... ... .•• n >> 

Wliile, Harold Boyne Winsbury ... •■ ••• n " 

Wilson, Bertram Henry Nugent ... ... ••■ m 

Wren, Alfred Alan ... ... .• ••• " " 



494 



INAlTAlllKn MKMUKKS (iMKOI..) 



Biiilyinan, Ji'seph Willi^iin 

CarpoiitiT, James Ricliard ... 

Clioslfiion, John Aitlmr 

Hari-ourt. Hubert William ... 

Joiu»s, Llowellyii Gartield 

Luscombe, Geoffrey Archibald 

Lyiie, Rejfiiiald 

Phillips, Charles Whil worth 

Pitt, \Villiam Xeville 

Tavlor, Henry Edward 

Williams, Donald Peebles ... 

Ballance, Frank 

Bolt, Ernest Albert John 

Briuvn, William 

Cash, Edward Fram-is Xicholson 

Davies, Rev. John Beaconsfield 

Harrinjfion, .Albert 

Kemp, Alfred (leorjfe 

Alarsden, Edmund Francis Wevmouth 

Maycock, Sydne}- Herbert ... 

Newman, Georg'e Richard ... 

Parker, William Seymour Tremenheere 

Kawlinson, Victor .. 

Scholefield, Georj^e Wilfred 

Sharpies, Lancelot Lloyd Huddleston 

Skipper, Rainald Jt^hn Robert 

Snow, William Stephen 

Thorpe, Francis Harvey 

Thvvaites Rev. William 

Tiibbs, Edward Joseph 

Tiike, Walter Sydne\' 

Woodroffe, Cyril Atwell 

Blanchard, Harold McDonald 

Rlaxall, .\rtliur William 

Brendon, George Stanley 

Biitterworth, Joseph Wooffenden 

Carter, Alfred Laurie 

Clayton, Frederick William 

Daintre}', Arthur Marmaduke Thorold 

Eccles, Bertram Richard 

Eg^j^leton, Rev. .Albert Sydney, .f., 

Cireening^, Rev. F"raiik Josiah / 

Harrott, James Henry 

Hookham, Frank Mason 

Juineaiix, Charles Louis Migot 

Knox, 1 iiomas 

Mallett, Harold Doran 

Moffatt, Arthur Stanley 

Mountford, William 

Ockford, Frederick John Paul Viner 

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UNATTACHED MEMBERS (tHEOI..) 495 

Kawson, Christopher Wilfrid ... ... ... M. 1913 

Saher. Thomas ... ... ... ••• .. .. 

Vincent, Archibald Charles.. 

Adderley, Alfred Herbert ... ... ... ... Ep. 1914 

Callander Randal Swinton ... ... ... ... ,, ,. 

Harriss, Arthur Lawrence ... ... ... ... i, >, 

Jones, Gustaviis Haddon ... . . ... ... ,, u " 

Mills, John Edward Varnton ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Morg'an-Grenville, L^li^ Chandos Francis Temple .. ,, ,. 

Mullett, Rev. Harold Doran ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Newell, Percy Arthur ... ... . ... ... ,, ,, 

Richardson, Hug-h Baird ... ... '...■ ... ,, ,» 

.Sviiionds, William Henrj- ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Tiirnbull, Joseph Simpson ... ... ... ... ,, ,> 

\'izard, .Arthur Herbert ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Webb. Hubert John ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Winkworth, \\'illiam Thomas ... ... ... ,. ,, 

Bamber, John \\'alton ... ... ..■ ■ E. ,, 

Beale, Joseph Georg^e ... ... ... ••• ,. .i 

Bird, Nelson Walford ... ... ... ... ,. ., 

Chittenden, Edwin ... ... .. .. ,, ,, 

Cross, Hugh Lionel ... ... ... ... ,, ,> 

Dodds, Kenneth ... ... ... ,, ,i 

Downes, Roger Meaden ... ... ... ... ,, ., 

Greavett, Rev. Thomas ... ... ... .. ,, ,, 

Jones, David Lloyd ... ... ... ■• ,, .» 

Jones. Rev. Edward Hiirford ... ... ... ,, ,; 

Lamplugh, Bertram ... ... ... ... ,, ,', 

Lawrence, Edgar James ... ... . . ■■• ,, ,'» 

.\Iart\nV Rev. Charles William ... ..'. ... ,, ,» 

Richardson, Rev. .Arthur ... ... ... ... ,, ., 

Thomas, Cyril ... ... ... >t 

Thompson, William ... ... ... ■• ,, >» 

Vaughan, Benjamin ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Banks, Rowland ... ... ... •• M. ,, 

Betts, Frederick Arthur ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Budden, Ralph William ... ... ... .. ,, >» 

Collins, Harry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Creasy, Herbert Hudson ... ... ... .■ ,. ,. 

Hunt, Edmund ... ... ... ... ,, >» 

Jones, Robert Wynne Lloyd ... ... ... ,, ,» 

Lawrence, Frederick Keith ... .. ... ,, ,» 

Lumsd^n, James Michael ... ... ... ••• ,< u 

Malcolm, Rev. Douglas .. ... ... ... ,, i. 

Marton, William .Arthur Balfour ... ... ... ,, ,> 

Menin, James Nicholas ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

P.eatt, Re\-. Reginald Doug'las ... ... ... ,, »> 

Petford, Alfred George ... ... ... • d »i 

Skellern, Han\- ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Spaftbrd, Reginald Gordon ... ... •■■ ,, d 

Bootle, Rev. Roy Hamilton ... ... ... Ep. 1915 



40^1 UNATTACHED MEMBERS (thEOL.) 

Dalo, Frank Collerell ... ... ... p^i). loic 

PaiLjet, Fiaiicis Austin Elliott 

Priosiner, Harold 

Koylands-Chanter, John Ernest Edward .. ,, ]' 

Hertin, Reginald Brackstone ... .. . . K. 

Cooper, Cuthbert 

Dainarel, William Frederick 

i:)anter, Harold Walter Phillips ... ,',' ,',' 

Edwards, William John ... ... \ 

Elder, Eric Kaj-niond 

Ciinklard, Ernest John 

Janes, Edmund 

Lamb, William Alfred ... ... ,,] ]] [[ 

IMaddock, John 

Meijfh, Frank ... ^ 

Xioholls, Charles Waller ... ... ... ][ ][ 

Pailon, Richard Percy 

Pilking-ton, Wilfrid ... ... " " 

Ritheidon, Guy Talbot 

Sunnier, Stanley Douglas Selby ... ... ,, '| 

Whatmoug^h, Frank 

Parker, Eric Thomas ... ... ... ... M. 

Clark, Bernard 

Peverell, Henry- 
Wilde, Rev. Harold ... ... 

Willesford, Charles ... .. ]] ]] 

Woodward, John Thomas ... 

Hodycombe, John ... ... ... ... p2p. ,0,5 

Champion, Francis Cecil 

Cuntiing^ham, Victor Ward ... 

Holdcroft, Walter William ... 

Hulley, Charles Edward 

Parnell, Thomas William O'Connor ... ... ,', " 

Belts, Oswald Arthur ... ... .. ... g' '| 

Combs, Ernest 

Heap, John William 

Heywood, .Albert Bertine ... 

Houlston, Re.ginald Edwin Sanders ... 

Owen, William Tennatt 

Simnn, Georg-e Percival 

Smith, .Albert Leslie 

Stott, William Charles Herbert Ernest 

Triiton, Gcorg-e Thompson ... ' ... 

Chatfield, Benjamin ... ... ... ... M. 

Cox, Francis Cecil 

I'itz-Hu.afh, Edwin 

Gosse, Heber 

Hartill, Joseph 

Hood, Charles 

Lester, Charles Percival .. ... ... ... M. 1916 

McDonald, Reg-inald Mark .. 



UNATTACHED MEMBERS (tHEOL.) 497 

Porteus, Norman .. ... ... ... M. 1916 

Prince, John Thomas ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Stackhouse, Joseph ... ... ... ... ,, <, 

Walker, Edward Percy ... ... ... ... ,. 

Taylor, Henry ... ... ... ... Ep. 1917 

Whittaker, Henry Smith ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Woi-rall, Frederic Barcrofl ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Ayiwin, Walter ... ... ... ... E. ,, 

Gerard, Oswald Norman ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Pickering-, Thomas Edward ... ... ... ,, ,, 

RowiToft, Georg'e Potter ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Ro\^e, William James ... ... ... ,, ,, 

While, Frank Horace ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Bailey, Albert Joseph ... ... ... ... M. ,, 

Gillott, Georg-e Samuel Selwyn ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Rowcrott, Samuel Pitier .. ... ... ,, 

Wareingf, Stephen Richard 
Crossland, Harry North 
Sovithall, John James 
Davies, Edward Ellis 

McKenzie, Arnold Ashbourne 
Reader, Nelson Frederic 
Dolman, George 
Delight, Sidney John rt' 

Hunniford,. Wesley 

Spicer, Charles Henry 

Minta, Henr}- 

Morgan, Archibald Wilks ... 

Veevers, John Noel 

Davies, Joseph Francis 

Mition, Frank 

Monk, John Lionel. . 

Pillitant, Edmund Henry 

Smith, Herbert Holden 

Avery, Joseph Harold 

Bagg>, Charles Reg'inald .. 

Beeston, Percival Ciement ... 

Brown, Harr\- 

Clark-Barnacle, Austin 

Cooke, .Sidney 

Coward, Stanley Laws 

Edwards, Thomas... ... ' ... 

Gardner, Charles Sydney 

Gasking-, Clement Augustine 

Greaves, Harry Percy 

Harriman, John Walter 

Harrison. William ... 

Hassall, William ... 

Lea, William 

Lee, Charles Ivor ... 



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Maokiieuoi-, David James 
Proiler, Kenneth Sliiart 
Ricliaicls, Charles ... 
Rvan, WilHam 
Siiiilh, William 
Tarlion, Harry Drover 
Way, William Reginald 
Wv<e, Herbert Georg-e 



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Salisbiirx', Eleanor Frances 
Stones, Jeremiah 
Allan, George 
Aspinall, William Pryce 
Bairstow, John Arthur 
Batman, Russell 
Blades, William John 
Booth, Joseph William 
Brearley, Charlie 
Cockerlyne, Thomas Henry 
Connah, James 
Haiibv, Herbert 
Davis, Elizabeth Kate 
Dutlon, Arthur 
Gandy, Rebecca Clift 
Olover, George 
Hake, Evangeline 
Harlev, David Austin 
Howarth, William Henry 
Huxley, Thomas Davidson .. 
King, Veinon Sydney 
Lane, George 
Mavor, Spencer George 
jMiichell, Frank Davison 
Montague, Cecil 
Morris, Thomas Granville .. 
O Connor-Morris, Geoffrey... 
Osborne, Matthew Gibson ... 
Ficton, Benjamin Joseph Francis 
Plomer, Sydiie\' John 
Roberts, Robert Arthur Tudor 
Savin, William Arthur Edward 
Sherwood, Sydney Vain 
Simey, Caroline Cheyne 
Stansfeld, Josiah 
Thcmas, Charles Victor 
Topliain, Mabel 
Wellwood, Xoiah 
White, Arthur Mohun 
Wild, Alfred Greenwood 



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UNATTACHED MEMBERS (MUSIC). 40,q 

Wood, Samuel ... ... ... ... M. igo6 

Walson, Edg-ar ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Adler. Harold Geor^-e ... ... ... ... ,, 1907 

Bennett, Stanley James ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Bishop, William ... ... ... ... ,, 

Cox, Joseph Claude Collins... ... . ... ,, 

Cmnmins, William Hollywood ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Curranj John ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Davies, David ... ... ... ... ,, ,,* 

Dimworth, Henry ... ... .. ... ,, ,, 

Firth, Arthur ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Fullerton, Robert ... ... ... ... ,, 

Gruner, Evelyne Hamilton ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Haverfield, Frank Tennant ... ... ... ... ,, ,. 

Hill, Frank ... ... ... ... ,, 

Honneyman, John William ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Killey, Joshua Ouayle ... ... ... ... ., ,, 

Lawton, George ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Lisle, Elizabeth .Anna ... ... ... ... ,, 

Mason, Berkelev ... ... ... .. ,, 

Masters, Frederick Henley.. ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Newns, William Georg'e ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Pain, Marian Frances Hannah ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Pinches, George Thomas ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Richardson, Edward ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Tomling, George ... ... .. ... ,, 

Waggett, Frederick William ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Ward, Mabel Alice ... ... .. ,, 

Watts, Henry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

West, Harold Egbert ... ... ... ... ,, 

Wheeler, Lionel Ewart ... ... .. ... ,, 

Garden, John Humphrej' ... ... ... ... ,, igoS 

f'ybeil, Claudius ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Jones, Harold ... ... . ... ... ,, ,, 

Nixon, Margaret Ch.Hmbers .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Ogilvy, Frederick Ailsworth ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Padgham, William Morris ... ... .. ... ,, ,, 

Pollard, Mary Crossley ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Potter, William Edward Henry ... ... ... ,, 

Robinson, Geraldine Bryant ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Smith, Frank Wvbourne ... ... ... ... ,, ., 

Swaine, Frank W'ilcock ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Watkins, .Abraham ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Bailey, Frederic Christopher .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Griggs, Francis John ... ... ... „ .. ,, ,, 

Hudson, Henry ... ... ■•• ■• << >> 

Ireland, Douglas ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Keeton, Arthur Claude ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Lamont, George Dugald ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Mansfield, Ptu-cell James ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 



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Rowland, Cecil Frederick ... 

Soely. William Georgfe 

SetKi.krIes. George William ... 

St;iniiard. Robert James 

Stitfliffe, Fred 

T.'i'uir. Kdimind Philip 

\'ose. Harry Septimus 

Arlom, Wilfred 

Heare, WiitVid Francis ... ■ 

F"irlh, James Lamhcrt .Aquinas 

Frazer, May 

Guy, Eleanor Jessie 

Henderson, Robert \\'illiam 

Hotjg;arth, Percy 

Hornsby, Charles Ernest Jackson 

Hnlnie, Frederick Walker . 

Jones, Llewelyn 

Laurie, Willie 

Leary, Arthur Haydn 

Mavnard, John Alexander ... 

Minchin, Leonaid Edward ... 

Minshull, P21eanor Mary 

Morrison, Thomas 

Porteous, James \\'vlie 

Puti^h, William James Frederick 

Roberts, Edward Thomas ... 

Scatchard, Frances Marv ... 

Sellars, Basil ' ... 

Shaw, Julius Adolphus 

Thomas, Thomas Rees 

Wav, Percy Linnej' 

Adams, Albert 

Aiiijelheck, .Archibald 

Ayrton, Tom 

Barlow, Edmund 

BIylli, Cieoi-ye Roberts 

Bi'.'Wii, Herbert William 

Calver, Fr.'incis Leslie 

Ci^y, William Henr\- 

Dawson, Herbert W^illiam ... 

Dove, William Stewart 

Foster, Ernest Richard 

Greenlialg'h, Horace 

Hajfae, Charles Ernest 

Haller, Georg'e Dennis 

Halley, Joseph .Seymour 

Hancox, Constance Reslal! 

Hardy, Marg-ery 

Kirk, James 

Landrock, Carl Cuistav 



I\L 1908 



1909 



191 



UNATTACHED MEMBERS (MUSIC). 50I 

Lucas, Eunice Sarah ... ... ... ••• M. 1910 

McLean, John Charles ... ... ••• ••• >i m 

Moore, Florine Elizabeth ... ... ... •■• >> >> 

Naj'lor, Frederic Ernest ... ... ■•■ ••• >> >> 

Parsons, Cyril Joseph ... ... ... ■•■ >> >> 

Roberts, Daniel Edwin ... ... ... ••• >> m 

Rudd, Melicent Kingston ... ... -.• •■■ 5» >> 

Small, Pearce ... ... ••■ ••• >> u 

Smith, Charles Thomas ... ... ... •■• m »> 

Smith, Joseph Kimberley ... ... ... ••• •.. >> 

Storr, Alfred Clement ... . . ... ••■ >> ji 

Taylor, Margaret Ogilvie ... ... ••. ••■ m >> 

Taylor, Philip John ... ... ■•• ••• .. .. 

Whitehead, Alfred Ernest ... ... ... ... ,» .> 

Whitvvorth, Cecil ... ••• ••• •• >> >> 

Bates, John William ... ... ••• ••• .> iQ" 

Bolton, Edith Helen ... .. ••• ••• m .> 

Butlin, Cyril Walter ... ... ■•■ ■•• n .» 

Constantine, John Edward ... ... ... ••■ ,, >> 

Death, John Ernest r.. ••• ••• ••• »> » 

Gibson, Henry ... ••• ••• ••• >> >> 

Haggis, Frederick Charles ... ... ••• m »i 

Hardy, Edward ... ■•• ••• • •• >> >» 

Hilditch, George William ... ... ■• •• .. .. 

Howard-McLean, Norman William ... ... •■• ,, ,, 

Hume, George ■.• ••• ■■■ ••• " >> 

Kirbv, Walter Percival ... ... •• ••■ .< >> 

Mackinlay, Mary Hansford ... ... ••• ,. >. 

Matthew, Arthur George ... ... •• ••■ >> >> 

Medd-Hall, Emmeline ... ... ••• •■• »' •> 

Miller, Edgar Alfred ... ■•• •■• ••■ >> m 

Murray, Lucy Claudine Lever ... ... ••■ >. >i 

011ey,'john Stanley ... ■■• •■• ••• »• >> 

Pierce, Dora Anne ... ••• ••• ••• >> >> 

Platl, William ... ••• ••• •■■ >' >> 

Rickelis, Frederick Joseph... ... ... ••• .1 ». 

Roberts, Frederick Howell ... ... ■■• >> i> 

Turner, Arnold ••. ••• ••• ••• " " 

Wakeford, Harry ... ••• ••• •■• " " 

Walmslev, Ernest Lees ... ... •■ ■•• >< >> 

Williams', William Matthew ... ... .-• ,, ,. 

Wilson, William Douglas ... ... ••• ••• >< ^ 

Edmunds. Ivor Arthur ... .. .■• ••• Ep. 1912 

Malkin, Harold ... ••• ••• ••• " " 

Moore, John P^dward ... ... •■• ••■ >> >> 

Smith, Alic •■• •■• ••■ ■■ '' " 

Amsler, Albert Charles ... .. •. ... M. ,, 

Ashley, Doia ... ... ••• •■■ ••• " " 

Bearder, Harry ... •• ■•• •■• •■• >> " 

Cook, Lvilia Ethel:.. ... ••■ -• 



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502 UNATTACHED MEMBERS (MUSIC). 

Cooke, William ... ... ... ... ... M. 1912 

Hartree, Hilda ... ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Mellor. Georare Herbert ... ... ... ... ,, „ 

Organ, Harold ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Pierce, Herbert Walker ... ... ... ... ,, 

Richardson, William Henr\' ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Wiirgin.s, William Lionel ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Baniiister-Heaton, Reginald ... ... ... Ep. 1913 

Bean, William Harold ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Bevan, Richard Tom ... .. ... ,, ,, 

Cox, Reuben Garrett ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Croxall, Thomas Henry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Robson, William Bertram ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Slithers, Charles Arthur ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Webster, Siimuel ... ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Baynham, .Arthur Cyril ... ... ... ... M. ,, 

Clayton, Thomas ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Coleman, Arnold Bertiam .. ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Cousins, Thomas ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Dumble, Thomas Murdock... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Eagle, Montague William ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Farnell, George Harry . . ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Martin, Donald Henry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Peachell, Gerald Percy ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Ritchie, George Alexander... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Sandwell, Haydn Harper ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Smart, .I<ihn Henry ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Smith, jeanie Janet .. ... ... .. ,, ,, 

Trevithick, Arthur Richard... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Ward, Sydney Hansford ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Wiltshire, W^alter Burton Cater ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Blatchford, Alfred Samuel ... ... ... ... Ep. 1914 

Davies, Muriel Amy ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Grove, Sidney James ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Parker, John Edward ... ... .. ... ,, ,, 

Poole, Frederick Jesse Cooper .. .. ... ,, ,, 

Powell, Percy \\'illiam ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Sheard, John Edmund ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Sowerby, James Philip ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Spiers-.4lexander, Ian Archibald ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Whalley, Horner ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Wild, Frederick ... ... ... .. ,, ,, 

Wilson, James William ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Chater, Mary Cunningham ... ... ... ... M. ,, 

Demmery, Bertram ... ... » ... ... ,, ,, 

(iarrad, Arthur ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Hall, Clifford ... ... ... ... ,, 

Halliday, William Robert ... ... ... ... ,, 

Hambleton, Francis Gordon ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Jones, John Hugh Oscar ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 



UNATTACHED MEMBERS (MUSIC). 503 

Lewis, Joseph Rhys ... ... ... ■■• ^I- '9 '4 

Pahiier, Charles Robert 

Powell, Frederic James ... ... .-• •■ >. ^ 

Rees, Tom Christian George ... ... ... ,, ,. 

Winterbottom, Robert ... ... ... ... ,. .. 

Best, Cyril Handford ... ... ... ■•• Ep. 1915 

Blizard, Stanley James ... ... .■■ .• >> m 

Bond, Frank Herbert ... ... ... ... ,1 ,, 

Emery, Ernest Heathcote ... ... ... ... ,, 1, 

Goodwin, George ... ... ••■ ■•■ i> >> 

Hooper, Henry Claude .. ... ... ■. >i .. 

Humphrey, William ... ... ... ... ,1 )> 

Matthew, Edwin Francis ... . . ... ... ,, ,, 

Mundy, Stephen John ... ... ... .. ,. ,» 

Owen, Lewis John ... ... ■• •• 1. n 

Paterson, James ... ... ■•• ••• n m 

Pendlebury, Kathleen Irene ... ... •.- >, .. 

Penrose, Percy ... •• .•• •■• 1' m 

Sutton, Francis Walter ... ... ... .. ,, 1. 

Thomas, Lewis Rosser ... .. ... ■• m ,» 

Torr, Louis Herbert ... ... ... ••• n ^ 

Bailey, Cecilia Grace ... ... ••• • • M. ,, 

Brown, Kenneth Arundel ... ... ... ■• .< ,> 

Brown, William John Crot'ton ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Clynes, John Harper ... ... ... •■. ., ,. 

Comley, William Josiah ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Emmett, Joseph Henry ... ... ... ■•• .. >. 

Goldsbrough, Arnold Wainwright ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Gray, Harry Albert .. ... •• ••• >> >i 

Hillier, Thomas James ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Jones, William Probert ... .. ... ... ,, ,, 

Marshall, Clifford ... ... ... .-• .•■ ,, 

Martin, Thomas ... ... ... .•• ••• m »> 

Pritchard, Thomas Cuthbertson Leithead ... ... ,, ,, 

Sawyer, Stella Gulston ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Swainson, Simon Willan ... ... ... .. ,, ,. 

Aldridge, James Walter ... ... ... ... Ep. 1916 

Clough, Arthur Haydn ... ... ... ■• „ ,1 

Allatt, George Hermon ... ... ■. ... M. ,, 

Bradshaw, .\edwen ... ... ... ■•• ,, .1 

Dupere, Leslie Edwin ... ... ... ... u ^ 

Grimm. Eugen Hugo Heinrich ... ... •. ,, .> 

Kneale, William Lawrence ... ... ... .• ., ,> 

Roberts, Phyllis ... ... ... ••• ,, 

Sharman, Henry Ernest Cecil ... .. ••• ,, 1. 

Sheard, Francis Oliver ... ... ... ■.• n i> 

Sumsion, Herbert Whitton ... ... ... ••• .. .. 

Chapman, Dennis John ... ... ■•• ••■ Ep. 1917 

Heath, Dagmar Alexandra ... ... .. >. 

Hind, Harold Charles ... ... .•■ ••• .> ^ 



:^04 I'NATTAlHKn MKMRKKS (mUSIc). 

Lewis, Frank William ... ... ... .• Ep. 1917 

MacMahoii, Desmond ... ... ... •• .. ., 

Morris. John Moriran ... .. ... .• .. >> 

Peck, Leonard Charles PZdward ... ... ... ,. „ 

Treble, Cieorge Walker ... ... ... ... ,, ,. 

Wood, Dorothy Margaret ... ... ... ,1 m 

Balhnrst, Edith Marion ... ... ... ... M. ,, 

Charles. Robert Ibbertson ... ... ... .. >• >> 

Harrison, Margaret I\Iand ... ... ... •• m m 

Singleton, Wiiiteley ... ... •. ■.• m m 

Tarbert, .Vgnes Anne ... ... ... •■■ •> n 

Wilders, Edwin Wasliington ... ... ■. ,, ,. 

Hoskins. Allan ' ... ... •.• Ep. 1918 

Ramsey, Harold Fairbrother ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Spink, Gerald William ... ... ... .. .. m 

Taylor, Margaret Fanny .. ... ... ... Ep. 1958 

Fugler, Amos ... ... ■.• •• ™- »> 

Hampton, Herbert Creighton ... ... .- ,. ,, 

Hawthorne, Hieronimus Keller ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Kirkpatrick, John Donaldson ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Leigh, Hamer ... .•• .•• ■•• •> >> 

Tucker, Hazlewcuul Albert ... ... ... ... ,, ,, 

Wassail, Richard ... ... ... ... >> >> 

Cousin, Dorothy Alice ... ... ... .. Ep. 1919 

Crowther, John ... ... ... •■• i> m 

Dnrrant, Frederick Thomas ... ... ■• >. ,, 

WaLson, Charles Svdnev ... ... ... .•• ». .. 

Boulton, Cecil Dudley Clair ... ... ... M. 1919 

Brocklesby, John Hubert ... .. ... •• ,, >. 

Brockiess, George Frederick ... ... ... 1, >> 

Davage, Osmond Levitt ... ... ... ... >> >» 

Deavin. Herbert Charles ... 

Eastwood. Charles F"rederick 

Edmonds, Henry Reginald ... 

Halstead, Constance Beatrice 

H^irrop, Family F" ranees 

Mason, Harold 

Milvain, Fiilda 

Petrie, William Peddie 

Popplestone, Samuel Maurice .. ... .• ,, n 

Powlson, Thomas Herbert ... ... ... ■. ,, ,, 

Rablen, Arthur Wilfred ... ... ... .. .. n 

Smith, Sidne\' ... ... '.• ••• >> >> 

Chambers, Henry Alban ... ... .. Ep. 1920 

Duerdon, Thomas Lucas ... ... ... ••. i. >> 

Lang, Clarita Harriett ... ... ... •■ >» >> 

Main, Reginald Thomas ... ... .. ■•. ». >> 

McColl, Robert ... ... .. ■• ••• -. ». 

McCaig, Margaret Lees ... ... ... .• »> >> 



>» M 






COLLEGE OF M E D I C I N I<: , 
NEWCASTLE-L'PON-TVXE. 

Tliis Colley^e was founded in the year 1832 under the 
name of " the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Scliool of Medicine 
and Surg-ery " and became associated with the Univer- 
sity of Durham in 185 1 under the style and title of " the 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne College of Medicine in connection 
with the University of Durham." In 1870 it was 
received into closer connection with the LTniversity and 
from that time has been known as " the L'^niversity of 
Durham College of Medicine." 

Under the University of Duriiam Act, 1908 (8 Edw. 
VIl, c. 20) the College was constituted an integ-ral 
part of the University. 

The College buildings, in Northumberland Road, 
were opened in 1889, and the "Heath Wing" was 
added in 1906. 

The Students o( the College receive instruction in 
Chemistry, Physics and Biology, at Armstrong College ; 
in Clinical Medicine and Surgery in the Royal Victoria 
Infirmary ; in Practical Midwifery in the Maternity 
Hospital ; in Fevers at the City Hospital for Infectious 
Diseases ; and in Psychological Medicine at the 
Sunderland Mental Hospital, Ryhope. 

Students entering the Medical and Dental Professions 
are required to register on the books of the General 
Medical Council. 

From their Registration Students may proceed to 
the Degrees of Bachelor and Doctor of Medicine, and 
to the Degrees of Bachelor and Master of Surgery, 
or may obtain the Degrees of Bachelor and Doctor 
of Hygiene, the Diplomas in Public Health and 
Psychiatry or the Licence in Dental Surgery. 

Regulations for Degrees in Medicine, Surgery, and 
Hygiene will be found in the Regulations of the 
University, Title v, Section ix, and for the Diplomas 
in Public Health and Psychiatry and for the Licence in 
Dental Surgery in Title vi. Sections iv, v, vi. Subjects 
of Examinations will be found on pages 239-245. 

505 



-o6 COLLRGK OF MKDK'IKF. 

Full particulars rei,'"arciiiig' the courses of instruction 
to-'^ether with all information necessary for stu(.i>.nts 
about to commence the Medical Curriculum will be 
found in the Calendar of the Collei,'-e, which may be 
obtained gratis from Professor How^den, Registrar. 

Under the Articles of Association the Authorities 
of the College are: The President, the Court of 
Governors, the Council, the Registrar, and the 
Treasurer. 

The Court of Governors consists ot : — 
{a) Elected Governors, thirty in number. 

(A) Contributory Governors, i.e., individual donors of ^25 or 
upwards'; the Representatives of Corporate Bodies or 
Associations, or any mercantile or other firm, contributing 
a donation of /J 100 or upwards ; and the Representatives 
of the Executors or Administrators of any testator or 
intestate contributing a donation of £2~,o or upwards. 
(<:) Representative Governors. The following are ex-nffirio and 
Representative Governors : — 
The Chanxellor of the University. 
The Vice-Ch.\ncellor of the University. 
The President of the College of Medicine. 
The Principal of Armstrong College. 
The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newcastle. 
The Lord Mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and the 
Mayors of Durham, Gateshead and Sunderland. 
The Chairman of the Honorary Medical and 
Surgical Staff of the Royal Victoria Infirmary. 
The Chairman of the House Committee of the 

Royal Victoria Infirmary. 
The Chairman of the Committee of Management of 

the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Dental Hospital. 
The President of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne and 

Northern Counties' Medical Society. 
The Chair.man of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne 

Ei>UCATION COiMMITTEE. 

The President of the North of England Branch 

OF the British Medical Association. 
The Head Master of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne 

Royal Grammar School. 
The President of the North-East Coast Institute 

OF Engineers and Shipbuilders. 
The President of the North of England Institute 

OF Mining and Mechanical Engineers. 



fOLI.EGE OF MEDICINE. 507 

Three elected by each of the following- bodies : — ■ 

The Academic Board. 

The Senate 

The House Committee of the Roval Victoria 
Infirmary. 

The CoiNciL of Armstrong College. 

The Durham University Medical Graduates 
Association. 

Two elected b\- each of the following' bodies : — 

The Council of the Corporation of Neavcastle" 
upon-Tyne. 

The Council of the Corporation of Gateshead. 

The Council of the Corporation of Sunderland. 

The Education Committee of the Northumberland 
County Council. 

The Education Committee of the Durham County 
Council. 

The Education Committee of the Newcastle-' 
upon-Tyne Corporation. 

The Northern Branch c>f the Society of 

Medical Officers of Health. 

The Council c>f the Sunderland Technical 

College. 

The Newcastle and Gateshead Incorporated 
Chamber of Commerce. 

One elected by each of the following- bodies : — 

The Newcastle-upon-Tyne Literary and Philo- 
sophical Society. 

The Committee of Management c^f the F'leming 
Memorial Hospital. 

The Committee of Management of the Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne Maternity Hospital. 

The Committee of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
Dental Hospital. 

The Sanitary Committee of the Northumberland 
County Council. 

The Sanitary Committee of the Durha.m County 
Council. 

The Sanitary Committee of the Corporation of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

The Sanitary Committee of the Cc^rporation of 
South Shields. 



joS COLLIiHK OF AlHOlClNli. 

The Council is the Executive Body of the Colleg^e and 

consists ot : — 

(rt) Xine members electetl liy and mil of the Court of 
Governors. 

(b) Seven members elected by hi\i1 out of tlie Academic 

Board. 

(c) Two members elected liy and out of llie Senate. 

{d) The Principal of Armstrong College. 

(e) Two members elected by and out of the Council of 
Armstrong College 

(/) Two members elected by and out of the House 
Committee of the Royal Victoria Infirmary. 

(g) Two members elected by and out of the Honorary 
Medical and Surg'ical Staff of the Royal X'icloria 
Infirman*'. 

There is also an Academic Board consisting' of the 
Professors and Lecturers, which regulates the education 
and discipline of the College. 



OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE. 

President . 
D.WMD Drcmmond, M.A., M.D., D.C.L. 

Treasurer. 
Cecil Algernon Cochrane, M..\., J.F. 

Registrar. 
Robert Howden, M.A., M.B., D.Sc. 

Council. 

(a) Appointed by the Court of Governors — 

Peter Phillips Bedson, M.A., D.Sc, J. P. 

John Henry Birn, M.A. 

Cecil Alger.non Cochrane, .M.A., J. P. 

John Ernest Gibson, M.A. 

George E. Henderson, Esq. 

James Rutherford Morison, M.A., M.D., D.C.L. 

LL.D.' 
R. G. E. Mortimer, Esq., J. P. 
W. J. Noble, Esq., J. P. 
Herbert Shaw, B.A., D.L. 

I F.R.C.S. 



COl.LKGli OK MEDICINE. 509 

(6) Ap[)ointecl by ihc. Academic Board — 

Henry Brlnton Angus, M.B., M.S.' 

Robert Alfred Bolam, M.D., M.R.C.P. 

David Dri mmoxd, AI.A., M.D., D.C.L. (Choinimn). 

Robert Howden, M.A., M.B., D.Sc. 

Robert Patton Raxken Lyle, M.A., M.D., B.Ch. 

Sir Thomas Oliver, D.L., AI.A., M.D., LL.D.= 

J. D. Wardale, M.B., B.S. 

{c) Ap])ointed b}- the Senate of the University — 

The Very Rev. Henry Gee, M.A., D.D. 
Frank Byron Jevons, M.A., D. Litt. 

(d) Appointed by the Council of Armstrongs College — 

Alderman A. E. Bell., J. P. 
J. D. Walker, J. P. 

{e) Appointed by the House Conimiltee of the Royal X'ictoria 
Infirmary — 

Charles Irwin, J. P. 

W. T. ROBSON. 

(_/) Appointed b\- the Acting Honorary Medical and Surgical 
Staff of the Royal Victoria Infirmary — 

Thomas Beattie, M.D.= 

Albert Morton :\Iartin, M.B., B.S. 

{g) The Principal of Ar.mstrong College. 

Hon. Solid lors. 
Messrs. Clayton & (tibson. 

A uditors. 
Messrs. Monkhouse, Goddard & Co. 



F.K.c'.S. 



(•(■»!. I. nCK Oy MKHKIM- 



Adiieiiliiooki-, Hel•tl-am.*^; 
Adkins, l'ei-c\" Rullierford.* 
Ainslev, Thomas Georg'e. 
Aldersoii, Rejjinakl.^f/c 
Aklorsoii. Wilfred Ernest. i+j// 
Allison. Thomas Moffatt.* 
Anderson, John Charles. 
.Appleby, Geiiiije IIenr\- \'ane. 
.Arnison, William Drewetl.* 
Ai'nokl, Edwin Gilbert 

lCmerson.*X- 
Arnolt, James.* 
Atkinson, Walter .Mexantier.* 
Aubrey, Alfred Reuben. 
.Austen, Henry Hinds. 
Averill, Charles.* 
Badeoek, Vincent Edjj'ar.*// 
Baigfent, William. *^;«' 
Baine. Lawrence .Aug^ustus.**^// 
Baker, Janies Barring-ion. 
Baker, John Hop]iei-. 
Baker, Joseph Ellis.*i§>t 
Barclay, John Hamilton.!^;/////' 
Barker, John. 
Barkes, Wilfred.* 
Beat tie, Thomas. *^X';/' 
Bedson, Sam Phillips, .M.Sc.*;/ 
Bellwood, Richard Henry.* 
Bennett, Xorman.* 
Berwick, George.* 
Beven, Octavius.* 
Bird, .Matthew Mitchell.* 
Blachford, James V'incenl.*^ 
Blair, Charles .Samuel. «' 
Blandford, Laurence James.* 
Blighi, William Lyne.' 
Bodger, Septimus.* 
Bodman. Christopher Osmond.' 
Bolam, Robert Alfred."';?"'" 
Bontor, S\dney Algernon, t 
Boobbyer', Philip.f 
Bowden, Reg-inaid Treacher. 



M.D. 

Bradfortl, .Anlhon\^ Boui-chier. 
Brady, George Stewardson.3 
Braithwaile, Henry Mounsey. 



Braithwaite, John.*<^/ "'' 
Brewis, Anilrew Sexinour.* 
Brewis, Edward James.* 
Britlges, FLrnest Chittenden.* 
Brodrick, Henrj- Edward.* 
Brookes, Clifford Harold. 
Brown, Robert Cunynghame.* 
Brown, Robert Tilbury. *« 
Browne, Rev. Leonard 

Foster.*;/ 
Rrun}"ate, .Annie Tombleson.* 
Brj'ant, Charles Hilary.* ' 
Burdon-Cooper, John, B.Sc.*y7 
Burrow, Vincent.* ' 
Burton, Francis Heni-y 

Merceron.f 
Burton-Brown, Gerald Burton.* 
Campbell, Joiui Geoige, M.A.* 
Carr, Thomas. 
Caton, John W'ilfrid.* 
Charpentier, Ambrose Etlwiird. 
Cheese, Frederick William.* 
Cheetham, W'alter Henry. 
Clark. F"rancis William.^ 
Clark, Helen Cji"ace.*H:S 
Clayton, Thomas Morrison. *§ || 
Clowes, Herbert Alfred.! ' 
Chitterbuck, Lewis 

Augustus.* 
Cochrane, Samuel Thomas. *§ 
Cock, Frederick William. t''^ 
Cole, Robert Hodgson. 
Coley, F"rederick Collins. 
Cooke. Frank Anthony.* 
Cooke, Frederick Artliur. 
Cooper, Robert Montagu le 

Hunte.*. 
Cope, Albert Ernesi.* a fhk 



" Bachelor ot Surgery, t Master of Surgery. { B.achelor of Hygiene. 
5D.P.H. I, D.Hy. 

n Univ. Sch. d Charlton Sch. e Dickinson Sch. J TuUoch Sch. g- Goyder 
Sch. /i Gibb Sch. j Scott Sch. k Armstrong Sch. / Gibson Pr. u Gold 
Medal. 

' F.R.C.S. 2 F.R.C.P. 3 F.R.S.. F.L.S. 4 Lecturer in Mental Diseases, 
Bristol University. 5 Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Dean of the 
Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong. <> F.S.A. 7 M.B.E, 8 Croix 
de Guerre. 9 Legion of Honour. '• Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and 
Member of the Consultative Council, Ministry of Health. " O.B.E. 



C(>llk(;k c)K medicinh (m.o. ) 



Colching', Eva.* 
Cox, Burdoii.* 
Coxon, Henry Coxon.*/// 
Crichton, Harry. *- 
Cripps, Charles Couper.1;/ 
Cumberlege, Gilbert IlifFe.*" 
Dale, Arthur James." 
Dalgliesh, John William.* 
Dal}', Ramsaj^ Lamy.* 
Davis, Georgfe ^^'illiam.* 
Davis, Ifor.* 
Davis, Norman.' 
Davison, Henry Ed ward. *§ 
Davison, Henry Glendinninif.* 
Davison, Leopold Stanley.* 
Davson, ^^'ilfVid Maynard.* 
Dawson, Arthur Willan. 
Dawson, Henry King.* 
Denholm, Georsfe.* J § 
de Silva, Charles Edward. 
D'Esterre, William He^r^• 

Daniel Patrick.* 
Dimmock, Augustus Frederick. 
Dingle, Charles Vincent. *J§ 
Diver, Ebenezer William. 
Dix, Richard Henrv. *<^^/; 
Dix, William Ralph.* 
Dixon, Henr\- William. 
Dixson, Charles Frederick Lyne. 
Dodd, John Richard. (J<y/' "^ 
Dove, Augfustus Charles.* 
Dow, William Alexander.* 
Drummond, David. 
Drummond, Horslew'^;/ 
Dudg'eon, Herbert William.* 
Duncan, Robert Bruce. *+ 
Dunn, Robert Ayton.*§|| 
Durant, William ]a.mes.*dg- 
Dutton, Thomas. 
East, Charles Harry.* 
East, Gu}' Rowlatid.*J§ 



Eastes, Frederick. 

Eddlestone, Neville .\vory.* 

Edgar, William Harold.* 

Edridg'e-Green, Frederick 
William.*;? ' ^ 

Edwards, William Rice. 5 

Elam, Georgfe.* 

Evans, IdiMs David.* 

Evans, Oliver Conrad Penrhvs.* 

Evers, Charles John. 

Ewens, Henr\- Luther.* 

Evre, John William Henry. t * 

Featherstone, Harold Edgar. *^ 

Fenn, Charles Edward. 

Fenning-s, Arthur Allen.* 

Fenwick, Bedford. 

Fenwick, John Charles James. 

Fielden, Henry Adams(>n.*^r 

Finlay, Archibald.* 

Fowler, Harry.* 

Fox, Ida Emilie.* 

Fox, Selina F'itzherberl.* 

Francis, Harvey.* 

Francis, Reginald Cyril Herbert. 

Fraser, Laclilan George. 1;' 

Frazer, Ernest Edward.* 

Frazer-Hurst, Joseph Living- 
stone, B.A.* 

French, Joseph James. ^i§ 

Fuller, John Reginald.* 

Fullerton, Francis William.* 

Galpin, Patrick Albert. *+§ q/"/& 

Gardner, Arthur John. 

Garrett, John Henry.*' 

Gautby, George, M.A.* 

Ga3'ford, Charles. 

Giddings, George Thomas. 

Giles, Bernard Faraday. 

Gilroy, Ernest William.* 

Gocher, Gilbert.* 

Gordon, Thomas F)lisha. 



* Bachelor of Surgt-rv. t Master of Surgery. t Bachelor of H\g:iciie. 
§ D.P.H. li D.Hy. 

a Univ;. Sch. d Charlton Sch. e Dickinson Sch. / TuUoch Sch. ^ Goyder 
Sch. A Gibb Sch. / Heath Sch. ./Scott Sch. /t Armstrong- Sch. h Gold Medal. 

I F.R.C.S. - Order ot Medjidieh. Fifth Class. 3 Colonel. Army Medical 
Service. * Beit Memorial Fellow; Hunterian Professor, K.C.S. 5 C.M.G. ; 
C.B., Surg-con-Generai, I. M.S. ; Hon. Physician to the King:. * Lecturer on 
Bacteriology. Guy's Hospital Medical School. London : Exammer in State 
Medicine, University ot T^ondon ; Examiner, Conjoint Board. 7 F. LS. 



(.OI.I-ECH; Oi' MKOKINK (Ml).) 



Grea\os, Rol^ort Bond.* 
Green, Reirinald.*^!! 
Gieei), Seheit F"raiicisSt. David's 
Greene, Charles Westland." 
Gretcory, Alfreil John.* 
Grinling-, John Campion. 
Giinn, Frank Walter.* 
Gurney, Helen Mary.* 
Hadley, Wilfred Janie.s. >/ ' ~ ^ 
Hall, Georg-e Rome.f 
Hall, John Spencer.* 
Halliday, John Rutherford. 
Halstead, Harold Cecil. 
Hartiwick, Arthur. 
Harker, William Edmund. *|{ 
Harper, Alexander. 
Harris, Herbert Georg'e.* 
Harris, John.* 

Harris, Sampson Geori;;e Victor.' 
Hart, Arthur Herbert. t 
Hartig-an, Thomas.* 
Haiton, George Stokes. + 
Hat ton, William Alfred. 
Hawley, Sidney Herbert.* 
Hawthorn, Frank.* 
Haworih, James Kenworthy 

Johnston.! 
Heelis, Robert. 
Hepplewhite, William George 

Thomas. *J§ 
Heslop, Harold Linton.* - 
Hickey, Evan Lewis. 
Hinilmarch, Robert Simpson.* 
Hobbs, Allen Holmesled.* 
Hodg-ins, Walter William.* 
Hodgkinson, Isaiah. *t§ 
Hodson, Thomas Georg'e Smith. 
Holt, Arthur Knig-ht.* 
Honey, Thomas Edward. 
Hope, Charles William 

Menelaus.* ' 
Horton, Thomas. *y"/t 
Hotchkis, Robert Dunmore.* 



Howitt, Georg^e Grahamsley.* 
Hoyle, James Collings." 
Hubbard, Arthur John. 
Hudson, Theodore Joseph. 
Hudson, William. *J§>& 
Hulbert, Ernest Beddoe. 
Hunter, Thomas Charles.* 
Hutchinson, Joseph Armstrong'. + 
Hutton, James Alfied.* 
Irving, George.* 
Jackson, Sophia Bangham.*§ 
James, Harold Llewellyn. + 
James, Philip William. 
Jeffree, Frank. 

Jennings, Charles Egerlon.i ' 
Jer\is, Arthur.* 
Johns, Henry Douglas.* 
Johns, John Francis. >i 
Johnson, John Tyrer.*^;j?A' 
Johnston, Duncan Matheson. 
Joscelyne, Edward Walter. 
Joy, Charles Holmes.* 
Keiffenheim-Trubridge. Luigi 

Walter Alfred.* 
Kemp, Charles Gordon.' 
Kemp, Frederick William.* 
Kempe, Charles Gilbert 

Burringlon.*y{/ 
Kendall, John Arthur. *j 
Lamplough, Wharram Henry.* 
Lankester, Ralph Albert 

Rogers.* 
Lansdale, William. 
Lansdown, Robert Guthrie 

Poole.* ^ 
Larking-, Arthur Ernest. 
Laverick, Frederick Robert 

Henry.* 
Laws, Cuthbert Umfreville. 
Leech, Joseph W'illiam.t^-' 
Leonard, Robert Cecil. 
Livingston, Herbert Max.t 

adefghjkl 



Bachelor of Surgery. 



Bachelor of Hygiene. 



t Master of Surgery. 
} D.P.H. II D.Hy. 
a Univ. Sch. d Charlton Sch. e Dickinson Sch. 
Sch. h Gibb Sch. i Heath Sch. j Scott Sch. k 
Pr. H GolJ Medal. 

' F.R.C.S. ^ F.R.C.P. 3 F.R.C.S., Edin. 
R.C.P. ; Recognised Te.ncher of Medicine, University of London 
in Surgery, Bristol University. 



f Tulloch Sch. g Goyder 
\riTistrong Sch. / Gibson 



Examine! 



in Medicine, 
5 Lecturer 



COI.KEGK OP MEDICINE M.D. 



513 



Llo\d, George Erring ion. ">/ 
Lodge, Samuel.* 
Lovely, Charles Newlon.* 
Lund, Theodor.* 
McAleenan, Herbert Richard.* 
McCall-Sinith, Norman.*^ 
McCullagh, Arthur Cecil Hays.* 
McDowall,. Colin Francis 

Frederick.' 
McDowall, Thomas William. 
McGonigle, George Cuthbert 

Mura.'V 
Mackenzie, Hector Giahatii 

Gordon. 
McNabb, Laurence.* J§ 
Maidlow, William Har\ey.*/(' ' 
Maiden, Frank James. 
Mantle, Alfred. 
Marson, Francis Herbert.* ' 
Martin, Albert Edward. 
Martin, William, M.A.t 
Mather, Richard Oswald. 
Mathews, Henry John.- 
Mead, Francis Henry. 
Meade-King-, Richard Liddon.* 
Meaden, Charles.* 
Melvin, Frank Widowfield.* ^"^ 
Mereweiher, Edwartl Rowland 

Alworth.*^//;/ ' 
Metcalfe, George.* 
Meyrick-Jones, Hugh Mevrick.* 
Miller, Arthur Alan.* 
Modlin, Isaac Gibson. *i° 
Montague, Arthur John HelnT. 
Morgan, Llewellyn Arthur. 
Morgan, Robert William.'^ 
Morris, Robert Alexander. ^Verv'/ 
Morton, Shadforth. 
Mosse, Herbert Ryding. 
Mules, Bertha Marv. * 
Murray, Flora.*' 
Murray, Georg'e Redmayne. 
Murra}', Jessie Margaret.* 



Murray, William.' 

Nattrass, Frederick John.*/^« 

Neale, Albert Ezra.* 

Nevin, Robert William." 

Newstead, George.* 

Niel, Elizabeth Niel.*^:§ 

Nihill, John Edward.* 

Nix, Sidney.* 

Noel-Cox, Herbert Lovis.^ 

Norton, John. 

Nott, Arthur Holbrook. 

O'Brien, Christopher Michael.* 

Ogden, Ogden Watson.* 

Oliver, Sir Thomas, Kt.- 

Packman, Alfred Charles 

Augustus. 
Palmer, Sydney Joseph.' 
Palmer, Williani Pitt.-J; 
Pardington, George Lucas. 
Parking Alfred.*^/////;/ ' 
Parsons, John Inglis. 
Paterson, Marcus Sinclair.*;/ •* 
Peacock, William Edwin.''t§(i'A 
Peacock, William Ernest.* 
Pearce, John Cuthbert. *?» 
Pearson, Richard.*' 
Peart, Robert.* 
Pendred, Vaughan.' 
Pennefather, Claud Maxwell.* 
Piriie, Robert Reid.* 
Plummer, Selby Wetherell.* 
Pogson, John William Buckley.* 
Poole, Thomas Brice.* 
Porter, William Smith.' 
Powell, Scudamore Kydley. 
Prior, John Ralph.* 
Probyn-\\'illiams, Robert 

James.* 
Proctor, Alfred Henry. |y/// 
Proud, Frederick. c/7/ 
Provvde, Edv\in Longstaff. 
Pruen, Septimus Tristram. 
Raby, Leonard. 



Bachelor of Surgery. 
Uni 



t Master ot Surg-erv. J Bachelor of Hvjjiene. 
} D.P.H." 
Sch. if Chariton Sch. c Dickinson Sch. / TiiUoch Sch. ^ Goyder 
Sch. /r Cihb Sch. / Heath Sch. k Armstrong Sch. / Gibson Pr. m TurnbuU 
Sch. H Gold Medal. 

I F.R.C.S. 2 F.K.C.P. 3 Member of the Order of St. Sava (Serbia), Fourth 
Class. 4 Member of Advisory Council for Medical R. search. National Health 
Insurance Scheme. 5 D.M.D., Harvard. ''' London Hcspital ; Recognised 
Teacher in Anaesthetics, University of London. 7 C.O.B.E. ** F.R.A.S. 

9 M.B.E. 'c O.B.E. 



514 



liM.I.Kiai OV MEDICINK (m.D.) 



Raffle, Aiuhvw l^.inks.*:;:^/ 

Ra lit kens, FriinlL'rike.*J§ 

Ramsay, Frank Winson.t ' 

Raw, Nathan.*/' -' 

Raw, Stanley.* ' 

Rawes, William." 

Reali, Henry.* 

Renney, Henry. *§!!« 

Renton, Ralph Stuart.* 

Revelv, Joseph Smith./' 

Richards, George William. 

Richards, Morj^^an." 

Richardson, Alfred Ernest. 

Richardson, Jame« Xowell. 

Riley, Arthur.* 

Roberts, Xorcliffe.* •• 

Robinson, Alfred. 

Robinson, Arthur Henr}'. 

Robinson, Louis. ;/ 
Robinson, William. i<«/^/« ' 
Robinson, William. 
Robson, Frederick. " ii 
Robson, Stanley. f« 
Rodman, Georg-e yook. 
Rowell, William Henry.*|:§ 
Rowland, Frederick William.' 
Rowstron, Xoel F"lorentine. « 
Rudd, William Arthur. 
Ruinboll, Charles Frederick.* 
Rutherfoord, Thoinas Corrie. ' 
Rutter, Francis Burchett.* ' 
Rutter, Hubert Llewellyn.*' 
Saint, Charles Frederick 

Morns. fiidefg'/ii'/k/w ' = 
Salvage, John \'alenline.t u 
Sanderson, Tom.' 
Sandoe, John Worden.* 
Scott, George William.* 
Senior, Harold Dickinson. « 
Shapland, John Dee, B.A.* 
Sheppard, William John.t 
Sheridan, Norman. 
Shields, Oswin. 
Shore, Harry. *§ 



Simnu)ns, Edwartl Walpc>le. 

Simpson, Frederick Hampson."' 

Simpson, Thomas Young. i' 

Simpson, William. * n 

Sinclair, .Matilda Ann.* 

Smith, Alan A\'re.* ■ 

Smith, Andrew.* 

.Smith, Frank Laughton.* 

Smith, Gilbert. ;i ' 

Smith, Henrw W 

Smurihwaiie, Henry.* n 

Sparks, John Peel.*M 

Spicer, Frederick.* // 

Spitta, Harold Robert Dacrc.'X-'' 

Squance, Thonuis Coke.t 

.Sqiiire, Maurice Frederick.' 

Stainthorpe, William Waters.* 
Stephenson, Joseph Briscoe.* 
Stevens, Alfred Edward.* 
Stevens, Bertram Crossfield.iyw 
Stokes, John.*§ 
Storey, Thomas Copeland.* 

adeghm 
Streatfeild, Thomas.* 
Sturtly, Harry Carlile.* 
Sugden, Edward Scott. 
Simmer, Joseph Henry 

Surtees. 
Sutton, Frederick Reginald.* 
Swainston, Eliot.* 
Sweetapple, Herbert Algar.* 
Swindale, John Aston.* 
.Sykes, Harold Widdrington.* 
Syrett, Frank Ernest.* 
Tanner, Charles Edward.' 
Tate, Edward. *j^ 
Tew, James Scott.* 
Thompson, Robert.* 
Thomson, George James 

Crawford. « 
Thorne-Thorne, Berthokl 

Bezly.* 
Thorne-Thorne, Leslie 
Cavendish.* 



* Bachelor ot Surgerx . t Master of Surgery, t Bachelor of Hygiene. 
§ b.P.H. 1 Doctor of Hygiene. 
a Univ. Sch. d Charlton Sch. e Dickinson Sch. / Tulloch Sch. g Goyder 
Sch. h Gibb Sch. / Heath Sch. j Scott Sch. k .\rmstrong Sch. I Gibson Pr. 
m Turnbull Pr. n Gold Medal. 

' F.R.C.S. * F.R.C.P. 3 Examinefj Royal College of Surgeons; Bac- 
teriologist to the Household of H.M. King George V; M.V.O., 4th Class. 
4 O. B.t. 5 Professor of Surgery and Director of the Research Laboratories, 
University of Cape Town, 



COLLKGE OK MEDU^INE (M.D.) 



Thonie-Thonie, Richard. ' 
Threlfall, Edward Norman.* 
Thurnani, William Rowland.* 
Tinle}', William Edwin Falking- 

bridg-e.* 
Toller, Charles Wm. Edward. 
Tomson, Walter Bolton. 
Travis, William Owen. 
Tulk-Hart, Thomas John 

Augustus.* ' 
Turner, Percy Edward. */X' 
Turner, Sydney Duke.*§ 
Turtle, Frederick Weninan.* 
Turtle, Godfre}- de Bee* 
Tuxford, Arthur Wren. 
Tyson, William Joseph.'^ 
Unthank, William Robert 

Elstob.'f 
Venniker, John Charles. "*S' 
Vincent, Ralph. *5 
Vincent, William James 

Nathaniel.* ^ * 
Vintras, Louis George Charles.? 
Vise, Christopher. 
Visser, Thomas ChristofFel.* 
Walker, Basil Woodd. 
Walker, Benjamin. 
Walker, Francis John. 
Walker, Frederick Septimus. 

* hn 
Walsh, Leslie Herbert.* 
Warde, Arthur Waldemar 

Brougham.* 
Wardell-Johnson, Percy Hugh.* 
Warner, Allan. 
Waters, James Bowden.*(y'7 
Watson, John. ' 

M.D., Practitioners of 

Adams, Josiah Oake.' 
Adamson, James Weeden 

Woodhams. 
Aird, Thomas Wilson. 
Alexander, James Whitelaw. 
Allen, Richmond Robert. 



Watts, Alexander AFinler.'' 
Watts, Thomas.* 
Wear, Algernon Edward Luke.** 
Webb, Samuel George.* 
Webster, Percy Samuel. 
Weir, David Henderson."' 
Westrope, Lionel Langford. 
Wetherell, Marmaduke 

Cordeux.* 
Wheeler, Humphrey John. 
Whillis, Samuel Short.* 
Whitehouse, William Hv^nry.* 
Whittick, Fallon Percy. 
Wigan, Charles Arthur. 
Wigham, William Harper. 
Wilbe, Richard Ha^'cock 

Wiffin. 
Wilding, James. 
Wilkins, Cuthbert Rex.* 
Wilkinson, Auburn. !£■ 
Willcox, Edward Cecil. *JX' 
Williams, George James.* 
Williams- Freentan, John 

Peere. n 
Willis, Charles Fancourt, C.B. 
Wilson, Arthur Marius.* 
Wilson, William Teasdale.f 
W^olte, Hermon.*<' 
Wood, Charles Rawdon, ALA.* 
Wood, Maurice Dale.* 
W^oodman, William Edwin. 
Wormald, Thomas Leathard.* 
Worth, Francis James.* 
Young, Edward Herbert. 
Yoimg, Ernest Charles, n 
Young, James Carruthers.trt 

Fifteen Years' Standing. 

Andrew, Bennet Harvej-. 
Andrew, George." 
Arkle, James Vere. 
Atkinson, Thomas Rewell. 
Aveline, Henry Talbot Sidney. 
Bain, William." = 



* Bachelor of Surgery, t Master of Surgery. J Bachelor of Hvariene. 
S D.P.H. 
a Univ. Sch. e Dickinson Sch. J Tulloch Sch. /; Gibb Sch. ./ Scott Sch. 
k Armstrong Sch. I Gibson Pr. « Gold Medal. 

I F.R.C.S. - F.R.C.P. 3 Lecturer in Mental Diseases, University of Sheffield. 
-• e.M.G. 5 Knt. Oflf. Ord. of Lion and Sun of Persia. * C.B.E. 



5"^ 



COI.l.KOK OK MKOKlMi (m.P. PKAC.) 



Baiiibridye. Goorijo/ 

BakiT. Oswald. 

Baltt'. Jost>pli Hamilton. 

Barnes, Jolin Alfred. 

Baira.irrv. Patrick. 

B.in V, William Joseph .Muiphy. 

Bartlett, Thomas William. 

Barton, William Edwin. 

Bate, John Brabant. 

BeaumoiU, Edi^ar. 

Beiklard, William Oliver. 

Bell, Peter Gordon. 

Bell, Walter Whilmarsh. 

Bennett, Edwin .Alfred. 

Bennett, William. 

Berrv, Ji)hn Jackson. 

Biu'gs, -Moses George. 

Birt" Ernest. 

Blackwell, Charles Thomas. 

Bla,t;_sJ-, .\rthur Frederick. 

Blomfield, Georji-e \\'ills. 

Boake, Samuel. 

Booth, Georife. 

Booth, Rev. Lancelot Parker.^ 

Booth, Thomas Carter. 

Bower, Ernest Dykes. 

Bowhay, Albert. 

Biadford, John. 

Brown, Daniel Diirward. 

Brown, Edwin Harold. 3 

Brown, Frederick James. 

Browne-Carlhew, Ralph Henry. 

Br\an, Francis Charles. 

Bryce, Georj^e. 

Buck. Joseph. S 

Buckley, Thomas William. 

Burton, Harry. 

Bux'on, Henry. 

Campbell, Henry. 

Cant, William Edmund.'" 

Carter, Fretlerick Hcales.' 

Carter, Thomas Moravian. 

Cassitiy, Joseph Lament. 

Caudwell, Henry. 

Cautley, Dawson. 

Chadwick, George Richard. 

Chamberlain, Edward Twyford. 

Chapman, Charles William. 



Chittenden, Thom.'is Hillier. 
Chubb, William Lindsay. 
Clarke, llenry. 
Cockill, William Barron. § 
Cole, John Martin Coates. 
Colecloiigfh, John .Arthur. 
Coleman, James George Blyth. 
Collier, Henrv. 
Collier, Henry Williain. 
Comber, Charles Thomas 

Thornton.' 
Comerfortl, Beauiiiont Harry. 
Coombs, Rowland Hill.= 
Cooper, Ludford. 
Cooper, Lilian Violet. 
Corben, Charles. 
Cotton, Henry Hugh Powell. 
Couch, James Kynaston. 
Cowen, Philip. 
Cox, Roland Frederic. 
Cree, James Douglas. 
Cree, William Edward. 
Creswell, William George. 
Ci'oft, Edward Octaxius.t 
Crooke, Thomas Leslie. 
Cross, Edward John. 
Cross, Geoffrey. 
Cuffe, iMcxandei". 
Cumming, George William 

Hamilton. 
Cunnning, John. 
Dagger, Richard. 
Darker, George FilzJames.§ 
Darley-llartlev', William. 
Darroll, William Burwell. 
Date, William Horton. 
Davies, Edward Cluneglas. 
Davies, John. 
Davies, John Charles. § 
Davies, John Hopkyn. 
Davii's, William Thom.'is. 
Day, Edward Joseph. 
Deane, .Andrew. 
Deane, ♦Herbert Edward. 
Deans, John, 
de Legh, Hariy Legh. 
Dimmock, Henry Peers. = 



S D.I 

' F.R.C.S. ^ n.L. 3 Siih-Dean 

* Professor of Obstetrics. University of 

Order of St. John of lerusalem. 7 O.B. 



MI. 

o( St. George's Cathfdral, Capetown. 
Leeds. 5 Lt.-Col. I. M.S. » Knt. 
E. « Surgeon-Gen I.AI.S. Retd. 



COLLEGE OF .MEDICLXE M.D. PKAC. 



Gibson, William John. 
GifFord, Georg-e Taylor. 
Gill, Jo.seph William. 
Gill, Stanley Augustine. 
Gimblett, William Henry. 
Goddard, Charles Ernest.'' 
Goldie, Robert William. 
Goldsmith, Georgfe Pocock. ' 
Goodridge, Walter Lisle Taylor 
Goodwin, Frederick Charles. 
Gosse, William. 
Gough, John Harley. 
Goulden, Herbert Edward. 
Gowans, William. 
Gowring, Benjamin William 

Nettiefold. 
Graham, Frederick Maurice. 
Grayfoot, Blenman Buhot. 
Green, Charles Robert 

Mortimer.* 
Hale, Charles Doug'lasBovvdich 
Hallwrig-lu, Matthew Leslie 

Gu\'. 
Hamilton, John. 
Hancock, Charles James. 
Handfield-Jones, Charles 

Ranald. 
Handy, James Multyali. 
Haid^man, Charles Edward. 
Harg'reaves, Walter Herbert. 
Harris, Charles Joshua Joseph. 
Harris, George Frank Angelo.' 
Harris, Joim Delpratt. 
Harris, John Henry. 
Hartley, Reginald. 
Harvey, John Stephenson 

Selw}'n. _ ., ,-, ,\ 

Hassan, Syed. -''' --a ,'.',! 

Havell, Charles Graham; 
Hawkyard, Ailhui. 
Ha3'don, HiUyanl William. 
Hector, George Wright Kemp»; 
Hedley, John. ■ ,\ 

Hendl'ey, Harold. >'A 

Herron, Robei-l Thomas. -. — 
Hesterlow, .Alfred John. 



Dobbs, Matthew. 
Dodson, Arthur Edward. 
Donald, David. 
Donkin, Charles. 
Donovan, William. 
Down, Elgar. 
Duke, Benjamin. 
Duke, Edgar. 
Dunn, Philip Henry. 
Durrant, Thomas Arnold. 
Dutch, Me\er Akiba. 
Edwards, Charles. 
Edwards, Henry James. 
Edwards, Kenelm Cobham. 
Elcum, Donald. 

Ellis, Edward. , ,^, 

Ellis, William Charles. . i 

Ellison, Ernest Henry. 
Emmett, Richard. 
Emms, Alfred Wilson. 
English, Edgar. 
Etches, William Robert. 
Evers, John Shortt, 
Fearnley, William. 
Ferguson, John. 
Fernie, Andrew. 
Fitz-Gerald, John Joseph. - 
Flanagan, Patrick Joseph. 
Flux, George Belben. ' 
Flynn, John. 

Forster, Thomas Frederick. 

F"oster, Michael Bernard. 

F"ox, George Martin. 

France, William Henry. 

Freeman. Ernest Carrick.* 

Freeman, John.' s 

French, Geiirge William Henry. 

Frost, George. 

Frost, John Kingdon. 

Furlong, William Verner. 

Furner, Willoughby. 

Fj'te, David. 

Gane, Edward Palmer Steward. 

Garrett, Henry Edward. 

Gault, David. 

Gay, John. 

Gibbs-Smith, Edward Gibbs. 

I F.R.C.S. 2 ^H).. Rrux. 3 Instructor in AnacsthetiLS. Kjnys C>41.. Lo.ndon. 
4 C.M.G. 5 Lecturer in Anaesthetics. University ot Bristiil. ^ Protessor of 
Midwit'erv, Med. Coll.. Bengal. ' C.S.L Inspector General Civil Hospitals, 
Madras. ■= O.B.E. 
3S 



5'^^ 



fOLI.Kr.l-: MHIMCIXICOI' (M.D. F'KAl. ) 



Hij;_i;in-on, C'hailes Gaskell. 

Hiliii.^o, Heniy Johnson. 

Hill, AlfivJ Ariluir. 

Hill. Hetiley.^ 

Hill, Leopold George. 

Hillyor. William Henry. 

Hodtison, Georye Graham. 

Holherloii, Henry Xel^on. 

Hiilman, Frank Kay. 

Htilr, Richard Crawshaw.' 

Hooker, Joseph Stenson. 

Hooper, Altretl. 

Hooper, John William Dunbar. 

Home, Thonuis. 

Horner, Charles Julian. 

Hoyland, Stanley Stenlon. 

Hoyten, William James. 

H\idson, Robert. 

Hugill, Georg-e Frederick. 

Hugo, Richard Mandeville. 

H unl , Kdwin Guy. 

Hniiti^r, Robeit Rankin. 

Husband, John Charles 

Radclyffe. 
Hussej', Edward. 
Ind, Charles Undes. 
Jacksiin, William .Massingheni 

.^^lddleton. 
Jakins, I'erc}' Septimus. 
Jeaffreson, John Leslie. 
Jeffreys, James Graham. 
Jepson, Edward. 
Johnson, Alfred. 
Johnson, Henry Percival. 
Jollye, Fi-aiu:is William. 
Jones, Benjamin. 
Jones, George David Edwards.' 
Jones, James Thoresby. 
Jones, John Arnallt.* 
Jones, Thomas Slater. 
Joscelyne, Arthui- Edwin. 
Joseph, Cieorge William, 
joslen, Herbert. 
Kcll}', Thomas William. 



Kenmi, Frederick St. John. 

King, Arthur.+§ 

King, Richard Henry. 

King, Richard Thacker. 

Kingsford, Arthur Beresford. 

Kinsej'-Morgan, Augustus. 

Knowles, Henry. 

Knowles-Jones, John Thom;is. 

Lane, Alexander. 

Langford, Frederick Charles. 

Latimer, Henry Arthur.'' 

Lauder, Robert Enwrighl. 

Leahy, Albert William Denis.' 

Lessey, Rev. Sandford Scobell. 

Lettis, Thomas. 

Lewis, Lewis. 

Lewis, Llewellyn. 

Lewitt, Frederick William. 

Lightoller, Henry Martin. 

Lister, .Septimus Rayner. 

Livingston, John. 

Lloyd, Albert Eyton. 

Lloyd, Henry. 

Llo)d, Morgan. 

London, John Edward. 

Lovegrove, Arthur Charles 

Adams. 
Lowne, Benjamin Thompson. 
Lucas, Geoffrey. 
Mc.Arthur, Duncan. 
McCarthy, Justin McCallum. 
McDonnell, Michael Sweeney.' 
McFerran, James Ryan. 
Maclntyre, Edward Tambj'ah.^ 
Mackenzie, .'\llan Grant. 
Mackinlay, Robert. 
Mackintosh, John Stewart. 
McMillan, Thomas. 
McWaller, Jam.^s Charles. = 
Maguire, Thomas Stephen. 
Makeig-Jones, William. 
Manby, Sir Alan Reeve, Kt.* 
Mander,* Pflfcy Robert. 
Manser, Robert. 



J Bachelor of Hygiene. § D.P.H. 



• F.R.C.S. '■' Lecturer in Anaesthetics, Bristol Univ. ; M.I)., Brux. i Knigfht 
of Grace, Order of .St. John of Jerus.ileni ; Hon. Surjjeon to the King. 
■» Member of General Medical v'ouncil. '• M.I)., Briix. ; LL.D., N.U.L 

* Physician Extraordinary to King George V and Queen Alexandra and 
Surgeon-.\pothecary at Sandringham ; K.C.V.O. 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE (.VI. U. FRAC. ) 



519 



Marder, Edward Swan. 
Mark, Leonard Portal. 
Marshall, Robert. 
Masterman, Ernest William 

Gurney.' 
Masters, John Alfred. 
Mavor, Rev. William Samuel. 
Ma\'nard, Edwin.' 
Menzies, James. 
Messum, Gordon Bonningfton 

Willie. 
Milligan, Robert Arthur, 
Milroy, Anthony. 
Mitchell, Thomas Houg-hton. 
Moftat, Alexander Dryden. 
Moore, Edward James 

Fleetwood. 
Moore, Milner Montgomery. 
Morris, Richard John. 
Mimday, James. 
Murray, Harry Edmund 

Colquhoun Keith. 
Murray, Richard Galway. 
Mulch, Robert Samuel. 
Nail, John Frederick.' 
Neech, James Thomas. 
Nelis, William Francis. 
Newham, Hugh Basil Greaves. 
Nolan, Joseph Adam. 
Norton, Everitt Edward. 
Nuilall, Waller Wingtield. 
Odell, Robert. 
Odell, William.' 
Oliver, John Percy. 
Palmer, W illiam Mortlock. 
Parrott, Thomas Godfrey. 
Paterson, John. 
Patrick, James Williamson. 
Payne, William Henry. 
Pjearce, George Harper. 
Penny, Charles Hall. 
Perkins, Whitfield. 
Perry, Sir Allan, Kt.^ 
Phillips, Charles Henry. 
Philps, Frederick George 

Meynell. 



Pillay, John Jesudasen 

Srinivasagam. 
Pockett, Lewis Walter. 
Pollard, George Frederick. 
Poole, Arthur Henry. 
Poole, Edw'ard Albert 

Bodenham. 
Posnett, Edward. 
Poller, Henry Percy.' 
Price, Richard. 
Pulsey, William Henry. 
Ramarau, Colomaranacuppi 

Bangalore. 
Ramsboltom, Alfred Ernest 

William. 
Rawson, Ernest. 
Rayner, Alexander Clement. 
Read, Arthur William. 
Reid, Robert George. 
Reidy, Charles. 
Rice, George. 
Rimell, Alfred Tom. 
Ringrose, Ernest. 
Roberts, Hugh Jones.' 
Robertson, James Sprent. 
Robinson, Joseph. 
Rogerson, John. 
Ross, Daniel McClure." 
Rowell, Herbert Ellis. 
Rowlands, Hugh Pugh. 
Rudd, Charles Frederick, 
Russell, John Ronaldson. 
Samuel, Richard. 
Scale, Thomas W'illiam. 
Scallon, Ernest Oliver. 
Scott, Edward. 
Scott, William George. 
Sellors, Thomas Blanchard. 
Sharp, Charles John. 
Sharpe, William Salisbury. 
Sharpley, Edward. 
Shea, John Goodwin. § 
Shepherd, Robert John. 
Sherwood, Arthur Paul. 
Simpson, Reginald Palgrave. 
Sims, George Samuel. 



§ D.P.H. 
» F.R.C.S. = Principal Civil Medical Officer and Inspector of HospiUls, 
Ceylon: Principal of Ceylon Medical College; Knight of Grace, St. John ot 
Jerusalem. 3 Director, London School of Tropical Medicine. - 



COLLliGK OK MKDKINH (M.O. PKAC.) 



Sincl;iir, Cieoigi'. 
Sinclair, John. 

Sitiampnlam, Saimiel AiiioUl. 
Slaler, Howard. 
Sleman, Ricliard Rejifinald. 
Smallev, Sir Herbert.' 
Sniivli, Cleorgo Jai'ksoii. 
Smitk, Harry Lyon. 
Siiiitli, Herbert .\rllmr. 
Smith, Maurice Hainbliii. 
Smith, Peter Campbell. 
Smiih, Thomas Hajison. 
Solomon, Cliarle.s Ktlwiii. 
Soiiilu'ombi', Arthur George. 
Sprent, Willijim Swanson. 
Stanford, William Bedell. 
Steele, Herir}' F'rederic. 
Stokes, Henry Fraser. 
Store\', Percy Arthur. 
Sunipier, Waiter John Ernelv. 
Sutton, Rev. Francis William. 
Sworn, Henry Georije. 
Sykes, .Matthew Carring^ton.;; 
Taylor, John. 
Taylor, William Benjamin 

Baiclielor 
Thistle, I'rederick Thomas. 
Thomas, Ellis Rae. 
Thomas, William Frederick. 
Thomas, John Lewis. 
Tieasiire, William Beeson 

Crawford. 
Tredj^old, .Alfred Frank. 
Tulk-Hart, Euyene John. 
Turner, Walter Pickett. 
Twomey, I'alrick Xunan. 
Twi-ed\', Reginald Carlyon. 
Uppleby, John George. 
L'tting, James. 
\'anes, Arthur Bayly. 

Clayton, Thomas .Morrison.* 15 
Dunn, Robert .\yton.* 
Green, Reg'iiiHld.*'.^ 
Barker, William Edmund.* 



X'lieland, Charles James. 
Walford, Edward. 3 
Walford, Walter Gilson. 
Walker, .Alexander Hope. 
Walker, James Pixlon. 
Wall, lames Bernard. 
Waller, Alfred Whalley. 
Ward, John Alfred. 
Wear, .Arthur Taylor. 
Webster, John Arthur. 
Weekes, Francis Henry.' 
West, Charles James. 
West, Richard Milbourne. 
White, Thomas Edward. 
Wickham, Onslow Arthur. 
Wild, Georg-e Samuel. 
Williams, Ernest Graham 

I lamilton. 
Williams, George Rowland. 
Williams, Herbert Leader. 
Williams, Lionel Henry. 
Willmore, William Southwick. 
Wilson, Joseph. 
Wingrave, Thomas. 
Wingrave, V'itruvius Harold 

Wyatt. 
Withers, Oliver. 
Wood, Neville Thorold. 
\\ oodcock, Herbert de Carle. 
Woodcock, John Roslron. 
Woods, John Francis. 
Woodyatt, John Fred. 
Wraith, Oswald Samuel. 
Wright, Douglas Wilson. 
Wright, George Cornelius 

William. 
Wright, William Henry. 
Wylie, David Thomas. 
\'oung, Thomas Frederick. 



D.Hy. 



Matthew, Kurunthotical 

Thomas. /t 
Renney, Henry. *§ 
Rowell, William Henry* § 
Trotter, Robert Samuel. - 



» Bachelor of Surgery. }D.P.H. 
k .Vrinstrong Sch. 
' F.R.C.S. =^ .Medical Inspector of Local Priuons and Superinteiidingr Officer 
of Comrict Frinons. ,< Lecturer in Public Health, Univcrsjty Collpgrc C'^r4i5f,-,^,|' 



COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. 



M.A. 



Bainbridg-e. Francis Arthur.' 
Hill, Thomas Eustace. - 
Howdeii, Robert. 
McDonald. Stuart. 

Alderson, Wilfred Ernest. 
Angus, Henrv Brunton. 
Aslett, George Stration. 
Boiitor, Sydney Algeinon. 
Boobbyer, Philip. 
Braitliwaite, Eldred Curweii. 
Brown, Joseph Jopling. 
Burton, Francis Henry 

Merceron. 
Caleb, Clenietit Cornelius. 
Clowes, Herbert Alfred. 
Cock, Frederick William. 
Crick, Samuel Arthur. 
Cripps, Ciiarles Couper. 
Eyre, John William Henry. 
Fraser, Lachlan George. 
Gibbon, Ernest Henry. 
Gleiidining, Bryden. 
Hall, George Rome. 
Hart, Arthur Herbert. 
Hatton, George Stokes. 
Haworth, James Kenvvorthy 

Johnston. 
Hindmarsh, Thomas .Albert. 
Hutchinson, Joseph Armstrons 
Irvine, Robert James. 
Jaines, Harold Llewellyn. 
Jenning-s, Charles Egerton. 
Kendall, Ernest Robert. 
Leech, Joseph William. 
Lingard, Alfred. 
Livingston, Herbert Max. 
Martin, William, M.A. 



Abbot-Anderson, Sir William 

Maurice, Kt.** 
Abraham, Everard Cecil.* 
Adams, Thomas Georg-e 

Drabble.* 



McDovvall, Thomas William. 
Metzger, George Xathaniel. 
Oliver, Sir Thomas, Kt. 



M.S. 



Mavnard, Frederick Pinsent. 
Milburn, Charles Henry. 
Openshaw, Thomas Horrocks. 
Piatt, Henry Thomas. 
Proctor, Alfred Henry. 
Purnell, Charlotte. 
Pybus, Frederick Charles. > 
Ramsay, Frank Winson. 
Ra\ner, Hugh. 
Reily, Alexander Yates. 
Richards, William Hunter. 
Roberts, James Reid. 
Robinson, William. 
Roue, William Ban en. 
Robson, Stanley. 
Rowe, .Arthur Walton. 
Saint, Charles Frederick 

Morris. 
Salvage, John Valentine. 
Seager, Herbert West. 
.Shaw, Ravmond Henry. 
Simpson, Thomas Young. 
Sheppard, William John. 
Squance, Thomas Coke. 
Stevens, Bertram Crossfield. 
Stewart, Joseph CollingwoodsH 
Turner, Georg:e Grey. '~'l 

Unthank, William Robert 

Elstob. 
Walker, Charles Pope. 
Wilkinson, .Auburn. 
Willan, Robert Joseph. 
Young, James Carruthers. 



M.B. 



Adeniyi-Jones, Curtis Crispin.' 
.Airth, Oscar Frederick Don.* 
Alderson, Frederick Herbert. 
.-Vlderson, John Bain.*a 
.Aldridge, Arthur William.* 



' Bachelor of Surgery. § D.P.H. 

a Univ. Sch. 

' F.R.S. ^ O.B.E. ^ Hunterian Professor, Royal Coll. of Surgeons. •» F.S.A. 



522 



COl.l.HGK iW MHOKINK (M.B. 



Allan, KeninMh Biiue.* 
Alsiroin, Hedda.* 
Amez-Droz-Dodd, Alice Maud.* 
Amvoi, Tiioiuas Eii^elliart.* 
Anderson, Ewart Gordon.* 
Anderson, Percy V^ernon.*^ 
Antierson, Tom Iiiiiejl) Ronald.* 
Anilrews, Ol;^aviu^ William.* ' 
Ang:us, Henry Bnniton.t ' 
Appleby, Ernest Bertram.* 
Archdall, Mervyn Alexander. 'cf 
Archer, Edmund Lewis. 
Arkle. John Stanley. *rtc//'^A 
Armstrong, Charles 

Xathaiiiel.*' 
Armstrong-, CyrU. *ac 
Armstrong', Frederick George.* 
Arnold, Krnesi Charles.' 
Arnold, Paig^e Canney. * 
Arnold, Walter Oshorne.* 
Arnott, Grant.* 
Arnott, Orrock.* 
Arthur, .Arthur Samuel.* 
Aslett, George Strtitton. t 
Alkins, Frederick Durnford.* 
Awdry, Walter Robert. 
Babst, Edgar.* 
Badenocli, Ronald Greig-. * 
Badcock, Arthur.* 
Bailey, Ernes; Castleigh.* 
Bainbridge, Isaac. */w 
Barkas, Thomas Cook.*</^i^ 
Barker, Sam.* 
Barrett, Edmund Howarii.* 
Barrow, Richard .Murray.* 
Bartlett, Gertrude Ethel. *ti? 
Basham, John Edmund. 
Bateman, .Ambrose Harold.* 
Baj'lis. Henrv Edward .Monl- 

g^oniery.*^ i 

Beattie, Neil Robertson.* 
Bedford, Waller Georgie 

Aug'ustus.'' • ,','-■ 

Bell, Douglas George ^V 

Patrick.*^/* 



Bell, John Arthur.* 
Bell, John Tiiomson.* 
Hell, Robert Ernest. 
Bell, William.* 
Bendle, W'illiam George. *^/^ 
Bennett, James Alexander.* 
Berry, James Allan.* ' 
Biggam, Williaui, B.A. 
Biggs, (ieorgi* .\ixon.* 
Birt, Dudley Thomas.* 
Bishop, William Henr\'.*f " 
Blackwood, Frederick Martin- 
dale. 
Blair. Dorothy Olg-a 

Sutherland.* 
Blake, Harold Henry.* 
Blight, John Henry.* 
Blurton, John Frederick. 
Bond, Bertram William.* 
Bootiman, John Smith.* 
Born, Edward Turner. 
Bourne, Hem-y.* 
Bower, .Alexander Ha\'.* 
Bowlan, Marcus Mar\vood.*A 
Boyd, James William Hugh.* 
Braine, John Franci-s Carter,* 
Braithwaite, Eldred Curwen. 

Braithwaite, Xorman.* 
Hramley, Ernest.* 
Branfoot, Lizzie Evelyn. 
Brandon, Arthur John 

Spiller.* 
Brennan, .Michael.* 
Brett, James. 
Brew, Richard Vere. * 
Bridge, John Frederick. *§ 
Broadhurst, Harry Cecil.*** 
Brodie, Frederick Garden.* 
Bromley, Edward.* 
Broug-h, Charles Allan La 

Touche.*>&5 
Brown,^George Burrows.* 
Brown, Joseph Jopling. I ■ .• -j 
Brown, Richard.* i 



* Bachelor of Surgrery^ f Master of Si; rj^ery. { Bachelor of Hyg^iene. §D.P.H; 
a Univ. Sch. rf Charlton Sch. e Dickinson Sch. J Tulloch Sch. f>- Uoyder 
Sch. AGIHbSch. >fe Armstrong Sch. /Gibson Pr. wTurnbuU Pr / Philipson Sch. 
'FR.C.-.. i^ F.S..\. i Deputy .Suri^eon-General. R.N. (retired). 4 K.C.M.G., 
C.B. ; .Surjjeon-General A. M.S., Deputy Director .VIedical Services. S.A. 
5 District Commissioner and Stipendiary Nlagistratc. I.evuka. Fiji. ' O.B.E. 
7 M.B.E. ^ Demonstrator in Anatomy, Univ. Sheffield. 



t'OI I.KGK Oh- MEDICINE (MB. 



523 



Brown, Robert Story.* 
Brown, Robson Christie.* 
Browne, Charles Mihier. * 
Browne, Frederick Henry.* 
Briinnvell, John.*^' 
Brunton, Walter Raynor. § 
Brj'an, Frederick. 
Brydson, John Maurice. *w 
Buckham, Thomas. *t 
Budd, Arthur.* 
Bulkeley, Llewelyn Alfred 

Henry.* 
Burnian, Charles Ei nest Lewis.* 
Burn, Frank Wilfred.* 1 !.> 

Burn, James Robert. */A ■■ • i. ' 
Burniston, Hugh Sonierville. 
Butcher, Dorothy Edith.* 
Byers, Henry Stat^j^f. 
Cahill, Mark P'raiicis. 
Caleb, Clement Cornelius. i' ' 
Calthrop, Lionel Claude 

Everard. 
Cameron, Allan Gordon Russell.* 
Carlyon, Edward Trewbody. 
Carpenter, William Stanlay. 
Carse, Garfield.* 
Cass, Edward Eden.* 
Caulcrick, John Akilade. 
Chapman, Frederick Ernest.* 
Chapman, Theonie Reiit^e.* 
Charles, Ernest Devvar.*:[;§ 
Charlc,-. John Alexander.* 
Chartres-Martin, Ernest Percy. 
Chatterji, Sujan Raj.' 
Cheeserig'ht, Iris Marjorie, 

B.Sc.*" 
Christal, Herbert.* 
Clapham, Stanley Cornell.* 
Claridge, Henry Arthur Her- 
bert.* 
Clark, Georg^e Albert.* 
Clarke, Harry Ward.* 
Clarkson, Frederick.* 
Clay, John.*' 

Clayton, Robert \'ickers.* 
Clements, Patrick Alexander.* 
Clements, William Leitrim.* 



ClifForil, Thomas. 
Coad, John Edwin. 
Coates, Thomas Seymour. *i? 
Coates, William Henry. 
Codd, Arthur Frederick 

Gambell. 
Coleman, Percy.* 
CoUinson, Henry Augustus.* 
ConnoUv, Bloomfield Geoige 

Henry. *:{;§ 
Constable. Evehn Amy.* 
Cook, Henry William James.* 
Cooke, James Henrv.*(V 
Coombe, Ethelbert Edred 

Sarg-ent. 
Cooper, Harold Alexander.* 
Cooper, John, see Burdon- 

Cooper. 
Cox, Alfred.*// 
Cranstoun, Charles Bruce. 
Cranstoun, George. 
Crass, Charles Harold.*^ 
Craven, Joseph Wilfiid.*-* 
Crick, Samuel Arthur.! 
Crisp, Herbert Ridley.* 
Crosby, Robert.* 
Crosier, Robert Thomas John. 
Cross, George Frederick.* 
Cross, Solomon.* 
Grossman, Francis Ward.* 
Croudace, William Henry 

Hug-h.* 
Cuff. C\ril Charles Herbert.* 
Cummings, Ishmael Gustavus.* 
Cunningham, Hugh Boyd.* 
Dagger, Eric Cresswell.* 
Daglish, William Robert 

Davidson.* 
Daintv, Jabez Ethelbert. *r/(y^/i 
Darter, Geo. Blackford .Silver.* 
Davidson, Percival.*' 
Davidson, Samuel Whatel\.* 
Davies, Frank Aaron.* 
Davies, Ronald Marty n.* 
Davis, George Edward 

Peckett*.* 
de Lacey, Robert Charles.* 



* Bachelor of Surgery, t M.ister of Surg-ery. t Bachelor of Hygiene. SI").?.!-!. 
a Univ. Sch. d Ch,Hrlton Sch. e Dickinson Sch. / TiiUocli Sell, g Goyder 
Sch. h Gioli Sell, in Turnliuil Pr. 

I F.R.C.S. = n.S.O . C.M.G. ; Professor of Physiology and Botanv. Mcdic.-xl 
C0llege. Lahore. •» Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, First Class. 



coi.iJ':(;k oh meoicixk (m.h. ) 



Denl. I lo\v;ii\l 1 Icnrv 

Ci>iii;i eve. ' 
de Ru-iii, see llv>\vie, .M. E. 
Dickens, Charles Henry. 
Diekenson, Georg-e OswalJ 

Morrell.* ' • 

Dixon, Taylor.* 
Dotiii, Herbert Grantham.*/ 
Donnelly, William Thomas 

Betldoes.* 
Dovidnej-, George Herbert. 
Douyias, Reg^inald Iiiijlis.* 
Dove, .Arthur Farrell Reimer.* 
Do\'e, Horace Georg-e Bennett.^ 
Dover, John Frederic. 
Drummond, Hamilton.' 
Duncan, Cyril. 
Duncan, William.* 
Dunlop, Ernest Craig' .j^Am* 
D\'az, Mary Jane.* 
Edmunds, Edgar Fletcher.* 
Egerion, GeofFiey Bede. * 
Elliot, Henry Hawes." 
Elliott. Walter Arinstrong.' 
Ellis, Georg'e Reg^inald.* 
Ellis, Henry Reg-inald. 
Emmerson, William Morton. *a 
Errington, Roger. *^ 
Essery, William Joseph.' 
Evans, Percy.**! •* 
Evans, Leslie Wilson.* 
Evalt, Evelyn John.*5 
Evers, Francis Percy.* 
Evers, Henry. *rt/?/<3 
Faichnie, Norman.* 
Faircloug-h, Harold.*/"/ 
Fairclough, Wilfrid. *fi^ 
Falconar, William Ernest. 
Falkner, Edg'ar Ashley. 
Fawcus, Harold Ben.*a ^ 
Fielden, Edward.* 
F'ielding, Saviile James.* 
Fisher, Richard Dening'ton.* 
Fisher, William Fellovves. * 
Ford, Frank Chubb.* 



l-"orrest, William.* 
Forrest, William Devereux.' ,jj 
Forsyth, Charles.* ' 'I > ' ' 
F"oskeH, Samuel.* i ■' '' 
Foster, John Joseph. 
Fothergill, Ernest Rowland.' 
Fothergili, Leopold.* 
France, Eric* 

Freetlman, Wallace .Alexander * 
Freetli, .Arthui Causton. 
FVench, Margaret Douglas.* 
French, Robert Houle. 
Froggatt, George Ernest. 
Fuller! on, Arthur Henrv. 
Furnivall, Henry Wallace.' 
Galloway, John.* 
Ciamlen, Harold Ernest. ";;/V 
Garrett, Philip Ciell.* 
(lelle, Louis Ernest Seide.* 
Gibbard, Thomas Wikes.' 
G-ibbon, Ernest Henry, t 
Gibbons, William. * 
Gibbs, Thomas Harold.* 
Gibson, Charles Henry.* 
Gibson, James William.* 
Gilbertson, Albert James.* 
Giles, Frederick William. 
Giles, James .Alfred.* 
Gill, George Brittan.* 
Gilmour, John.* 
Gilmour, Richard Withers.* 
Girg-is, Ibrahim. 
Glendining, Bryden.f * 
Godfrey, Thomas Henrw 
Godwin, Herbert James. 
Gofton, Edward. */"/?/ 
Gordon, Mary Sarah.* 
Gott, Henry.* 
Gover, Charles Norman.' 
Gover, John Maxwell.* 
Govvans, Francis Jollie.* 
Grace, John Johnston.* 
Graham,,Alfred Stoddart.* 
Graham, James Harries. *« 



* Bachelor of Surgery, t Master of Surgery. } Bachelor of Hygiene. JD.P.H. 

a Univ. Sch. d Charlton Sch. / Tulloch Sch. g Goyder Sch. h Gibb 
Sch. / Gibson Pr. o Wood Pr. 

» F.R.C.S. 2 Military Cross. 3C.V.O. 4 C..M.G. 5 Professor of Anntomy. 
R C.S. (Ireland). * Instructor. .\rmy Medical Colletre; C. M.G. ' J.ucturer,^ 
R lyal Army .Medical College; Hon. Surgeon to the King. ^ Late Pliysician to 
the Queen of Spain. 



■()[.I,KGE OF MKDICINE (M.B. 



GraKiltii^Hbdg!=i6ii. Harold 

Kinsfsion.* 
Gray,"Kate, M.A.* 
Greene, Arthur Charles. **§ 
-Greenwood, Frederick. 
Griffiths, Mary Louise.* 
Gwj-nn, Neville Claude.* 
Haig-h, Eihne.* 
Hall, George.* 
Hall, John Stratford. *+ 
Hall, Thomas Greenwood.' 
Halstead, Denis Gratwicke. 
Hamilton, George Clarendon. 
Hancock, Eric Lawience. * 
Hankin, Chella Mary.* 
Harbottle, George WilliaTii.*.? 
Hare, Francis Frederick 

Trevor.* 
Hare, John.* 

Harkness, William Thomas.* 
Harlow, Frank Wilson.* 
Harman, Leonard. 
Harris, Frederick Stuart. 
Harrison, .Alexandei" Thomas. «" 
Harrison, William John.* 
Hartigan, James Andrewi* '^ "- 
Hartley, Thomas./ '^ ' ' ■■' 

Haswell, William Cyril.* 
Hatch, Herbert Lincoln.* 
Havelock, Sydney, B.Sc* 
Haver, Marshall.* [.''''"/ '.'' 

Ha ward, Walter.* 
Hawes, I von Henry Skipwith.* 
Haj'ward, William Curling.* 
Hearn, Leonard Wilfred.* 
Hedley, Arthur Samuel.'^ 
Hemmans, Lawrence Fielder.* 
Henderson, Cyril John. 
Hendriks, Cecil Morgan. 
Henegan, Donald.*/ 
Heneg-an, Mary Kathleen.* 
Herbertson, Phyllis.* 
Herbertson, William, B.Sc.*w 
Herbst, Margaret Barbara. 
Herring, Herbert Thomas.* 
Heslop, Alfred Herbert.*^ 



Heslop, James Willie.*^// 
Hethcote, Douglas." 
Hetnerington, John.* 
Hewitson, William Andrew. 'o 
Hickey, Patrick." 
Hickey, William Joseph." 
Higham, John Parkinson.* 
Hillstead, Herbert John. 
Hilton, Julian Mark. ALSc. 
Hilton, Mortimer Jacob. «;«* 
Hindmarsh, Thomas Albert. t ' 
Hines, Arthur. 
Hiuks, Alfred Grosvenor. 
Hodgson, Xormaii.* 
Hogg, .\rthur Henry.* 
Holgate, Percy.* 
Hollick, John Orton. 
Holmes, Charles Thomas.*^ 
Holmes, Doroihy.y"* 
Holtby, Harold.** 
Hooper, Reginald .Arthur.* 
Hope, .Albert .Adam.* 
Hope, John Matfen.* 
Horan, Hubert Wolstenholme.* 
Howden, Robert. 
Howie, Mary Evelyn.* 
Hug'hes, Henry Milner. 
Hughes, James Richard, M.AJ 
Hug;hes, William. 
Hume, Norman Halibni-ton.* 
Hunter, Reginald.* 
Hurrell, George.* n/ 
Huskinson, Harold. 
Iliewicz, Henry Frederick. 
Inman, Ernest.* 
Iredale, Jabez F'ercival. ' 
Iredale, Laurence Heber 

VVarneford.* .'''• 

Irv'ine, Robert James. t 
Irwin, Charles Gordon.* 
Jackson, Daniel Noel.* ' 
Jackson, John Pritt.* 
Jacobs, Cyril.* 
Jacobs, Maurice.* 
Jaffi^, Henry Norman 

Clarence.* 



* Bachelor of Surg-ery. t Master of Surgery. J Bachelor of Hygiene. § D.P.H. 
a Univ. Sch. h Pears Sch. ti Charlton Sch. /Tulloch Sch.' ^ Govder Sch. / Heath 
Sch. 7 Scott Sch. * Armstrong Sch. / Gibson Pr. m Turnbull Pr. o Wood Pr. 

' F.R.C.S. -■ D.S.O. 3 M.B.E. 



526 



i.iii.i.i:r,i-: oi mkhicink (m.u.) 



James, Freilei ick L'liarles. 
Jap. All Chit.* 
Jaques, William.* 
Jaqvies, William .-Vrlluir. "^ 
Jenkins, E\an Lle\\ell}ii.* 
Joims, Walter Denton. B.A.* 
Johnson, J.imes Dixon.* 
Johnson, LilJie, B.Sc* 
Johnson, Samuel l'erc_v.* 
Jones, Arthur Beresforcl.*' 
Jones, Edith Catherine 

Morris.* 
Jones, Frank Silva.' 
Jones, John Lloyd Thomas. 
Jones, \\'iiliam Watkiss."^ 
Joyce, ■Marg'.arel." 
Joynt, EdwartI Pen-ival 

Hearne.* 
Joynt, Herbert Fletci)er.' 
Jupp, Ralph Tennyson.* ' 
Kaye, Ernest Geori;-e.* 
Kealinge, Henry Pi>ttinjier. ' 
Keay, Charles Henry. '^^o 
Keenan, Thomas Francis.* 
Kellg'ren-Cj'riax, Hedvig- 

Christina.* 
Kendal, Hiij^li Robert. 
Kendall, Ernest Robert. +?/<',i,'-/r 
Kennedy, Frank Hnlfhinson." 
Kenned}', William Atlani. 
Kerr, James.* 
Kidd, Edwin.* 

Kimpster, Thomas iMorland.* 
Kin>c, James Williatn.*/' 
Kinifdon, Wilfred.* 
Kirk, Thomas Hobson.* n 
Kitchin^f, Robert Lacv.* 
Kite, Edwin Whitfield 

Dawson. 
Lacey, Bernard Warner." 
Lacey, (Jeorge Eric Warner.* 
Lake, Herbert Arnold. 
Lamballe, Frederic W'lHiam.* 

adc/ 
Lambert, Florence Barrie.*'' 



Landells, John Kerr Ritchie.* 
Lau, Edward Ek Dim.* 
Lavies, Harry Brandreth.* 
Lavinglon, Cyril Claude.* 
Law, James.* 

Lazenby, James Matthew. *(//; 
Lease, Charles Robert.* 
Leete, Harold Mason. *i§;; 
Leii^h, Hubert \"ere.* 
Lermitte, Edward Aujfustus.*' 
Lewis, Carinna .August a 

Barry.* 
Lingard, Alfred. I 
Liddertlale, F"rancis James." 
Lidderdale, William Guy.* 
Irishman, Robert Rutherioril.* 
Liltlewood, Samuel.*/ 
Lloyd, Alfred Phillips.* 
Llovd- Williams, Rowland 

\'enables.* 
Lony, ,\ora.* 
Lumb, John. *+§(!«;■/ 
Lunn, William Ernesi Cra\en.* 
Lylh, Edg-ar Roe. 
McAllum, Haiold Guthrie.* 
McBean, Malcolm Gordon.* 
McBean, Samuel Leslie.* 
McConnell, James. *J§ 
McCouU, Stanley.* 
McDowali, John Herbert.* 
Macfadyen, John.* 
McF"arlane, Aiidrew Govan. 
Mack, Geore^e. * 
McLoug'hlin, Georjj;e Somers.** 
McNabb, Arthur Alexander 

Joseph.* 
Maddison, Thomas William. *<^ 
Majjfee, Leo.* 
Manford, John Stanley.' 
Manning, Philip Percy. 
Manson, Kenred.* 
Mansoor, Malik Abdur 

Rahman.* 
Markham, Ernest Lacey." 
Markham, Henrj' Herben* 



* Baclielor of Surgery, f Master of Surgrcry. J Bachelor of Hygiei'e. §I'.1MI. 

a Univ. Sch. 6 Pears Sell, c Masonic Sch. d Charlton Sch. e Dickinson 
Sch. y 1 ulloch Sell. g^ Cioyder Sch. A Gibb Sch. i- Am. strong; Sili. 
/ Gibson Pr. o Wood Pr. 

' K.K.C.S. ■' C.M.G.. D.S.O. 3 C.M.G. : Director Ef,'vptian Kasr Kl Diny 
Government Hospital and Medical School. ■• C. B.E. 



COLI.KCIE OF MEOICINE (M B. 



Maikham, Leonard 

Moiitg-omery.* 
Marks, Charles.* 
Martin, Albert Morton.* 
Martin, Ernest.* 
Martin, John Henry.* 
Martin, Xorman Alexander.* 
Mavbmy, Aiirelius Victoi.* 
Ma3'nard, F'rederick Pinsenl.f = 
Mearns, Colin.* 
Mears, Frederick Charles. 
Meashani, Jolm Eric.*^// 
Metcalfe, Stanle\' Dunn.* 
Metzger, Georsje Nathaniel, 

M.A.* 
Middleniiss, George \\'hitson.*J§ 
Middleinist, Georg^e Edwyn. 
Milbanke, William Byron.* 
Milburn, Charles Henrv.t 
Miller, Thomas Davidson.* 
Miller, Walter Frederick.* 
Millig-an, James. *(f 
Mitchell, John Robert. 
Molesworth, William.*' 
Molony, Lucv Selina.* 
Moore, Walter Francis. 
Moorshead, Robert Fletcher.* 
Morland, Robert Atkinson.* 
Morris, Bedlington Howel.*^;^ 
Morris, Claude Woodham.' 
Morrison, John Wilson 

Ho\vard.*t§ 
Morton, Jessie Jean Martin.* 
Morton, Thomas.* 
Moxon, Francis Henr\.'' 
Muirhead, James. *^A 
Murra}-, Geo. .\lfred Everitt." 
Murra\', Sydney Elling-ton.* 
^Murray, William Somerville.* 
Xeilson, Annie \'iccars.* 
Xewbolt, George Palmerston./' 
Newman, Carl Damien." 
Newman, Freda. *^f 



Newman, Herbeit Robert 

Cambridg^e. 
Newsome, Herbert.* 
Newton, Harold Turner.* 
Newton, Leonard Clark.* 
Nicholson, Ruth.*+§ 
Ninnis, Roger Paul.* 
Noble, Benjamin Bel!.* 
Norman, Edward Fitzg^ibbon 

John.* 
Norman, Einest Edwartl.*J§ 
Norman, Georg^e." 
Norman, John Charles.* 
O'Hag-an, Charles.* 
Oliver, Willie.* 
Openshaw, Thomas 

Horrocks.f ^ 
Opie, Edward Augustus. 
Orton, Francis Joseph Johnson. 
Owen, John Howard.^ 
Pailthorpe, Grace Winifred.* 
Pantcheva, EUiol Jessie.* 
Parker, Ernest Charles 

Gilchrvst. 
Parkinson, Thoinas Smirk 

Percival.* 
Parry, Henry Jiiles.*f/r'_^'-// 
Patterson, Arthur. 
Patterson, Daniel Wells.V/^/ 
Patteson, Elizabeth."' 
Peacock, Edward \'ernon. 
Peacock, James.* 
Peacock, William Henr3-.*rt/ 
Pearcey, George Edwin.* 
Pearson, Albert Garthorne 

Widdowfield.*S/ 
Pearson, Lionel Glover. 
Pearson, Roland Wilfred. 
Pemberton, Thomas Eben.'" 
Peregrine, Hugh Ley Puxon.* 
Perkins, Philip Meyler.* 
Peverley, Walter Augustus.* 
Philipson, George Robert.* 



* Bachelor of Surgerv. t Master of Surgery, t Bachelor of Hygiene. § D.P.H. 

a Univ. Sch. b Pears Sch ti Chadton Sch. e Hickinson Sch. / Tulloch 
Sch. .? Goyder Sch. A Oibb Sch ;: Heath Sch. k Armstrong Sch. / Gibson 
Pr. »i Turnbull Pr. 

' F.R.C.S. 'CLE. ' Lecturer in Clinical Surgery, University of Liverpool. 
•> Surgeon. London Hospital; C.B.. C.M.G. ; Recognised Teacher of Surgery. 
Universitv of London : Mc-mber of the Council of th- Royal College of Surgeons. 
5 Fellow of the University of Calcutta ; Prof Ophthalmic Med. and Surgery, Med. 
Coll.. Bengal. 



5^« 



COir.Ki.K Ol- MI'IIUIX!' (M.M.) 



Phillil 
Pllillips, 

Ph Hips 

Pllillips 
Phillips. 



KdwarJ. 
Kchvanl." 
Fred, R.A.* 
Theodore Jolin."' 
William John, B.Sc* 

Pieloii, Gu)' Brout»-ham.* 

Pirrie, Kvelyn.*f. 

Pirrie, Ivan'Miller.*+§ 

Piatt, Henry Thomas. to? 

Playfair- Robe It soil, Home." 

Poeoik, AltVeri George Clarke. 

Pollard, Reg'inald. 

Poole, Kenneth Worslev.* 

Port, Arthur William.* ' 

Potts, Thomas Norman 
V'ic-kers.* 

Pratt, Edward Frederick.* 

Preston, Lionel Litchfield'.* 

Pridmore, Walter Georg'e.* ■* 

PiMiit^le, John Log'an.* 

Prior, Miles.* 

Procter, Georg^e Woodyatt. 

Prosser, Thomasina Georgina.* 

Pioud, John Dover.* 

Purnell, Charlc 



Roberts, l")avid Rees. 
Robeits, Sir James Reid. I' ' ' 
Kubei-ison, Constance 

Charlotte.* 
F^obertson, George Arbuthnot.* 
Robinson, Francis Aid'an.*' 
Robinson, Georg-e Burton. 
Robson, Briton Sm.-illman." 
Robson, Frank Blair.* 
Rolli^ston, Lancelot William.* ' 
Rood, Felix Stephens.* 
Rook, Sarah Louisa.* 
Ross, Donald Mm ray.*' 
Rosten, Leslie ALirtin.* 
Rout ledge, Robert Lewis.' 
Rowe, .Arthur Walton. t 
Rowl.iiid, Walter John. 
Rowse-]-!ell, Claudi.-i ,A.nit;t 

Front. 
Ruddock, William J.uiies. 
Ruddock- West, Thomas. 
Russell, William Kerr.*_g- 
Rutherford, Robert. *:;§ 
Ryan, Eric Knowles. 
Ryan, Joseph INIichael. 



Pybus, FredericK Charles. iW^y/ ' Rygale, .Arthur .Montague. 



Race, Edmund.' 

Raffle, Robert.* 

Raine, Arthur Edwin. *w 

Ranker, >'*a\id.*<7/' ' 

Raw, Marv.* 

Raw. May, B.Sc* 

Rayner, Hugh.f 

Reed, Robert Blackett.' 

Reid, Alfred. :§ 

Reiiy, Alexander Yates. t 

Reindorf, Charles Elias.* 

^ 'ion, Charles Duncan.* 

Kcynolds, William.* 

Rhodes, Thomas Basil.* 

Richards, Douglas Oliver.* 

Richards, William Hunter. t ' 

Richardson, William George. 

Ritson, Frederick William,* 

Rivaz, Percy Montgomery.* 

Rix, Francis William. 



Rj'gate, Brougham Robert. 
R\gate, Henry Bertram.* 
Ryman, Carl .Anders. 
Sacco, Joseph Albert.* 
Saci'o, William.* 
Salkeld, Charles. *rft'/7 
Sanderson, Robert, B.Sc* 
Satchell, Ernest Percy.* 
Saunders, Monica Lucien Mary^ 
.Saw, Francis .Albert. 
Schiele, Olga .Alberta.* 
Scott, James Alwin Colville.* 
Scott, Sidney. **§ 
Scott, Thomas Ovens.* 
Scott, William Jerman.* 
Seager, Herbert West. + 
Selby, Thomas James. 
Sergeant, Bertram.* 
Seymour, William.* ' 
Shackleton, Cedric Overton.' 



* Bachelor of Surgery, t Master of Surgery. J Bachelor of H>arieiie. § D.P.H. 
a Univ. Sch. d Charlton Scb. e Dickinson Sch. g Goyder Sch. h Gibb 

Sch. I Heath Sch. y Scott Sch. / Gibson Pr. « T.irnbull Pr. , I 

' F.K.C.S. ^ CLE. 3 Professor of Anatomy, Univirrsitv of NeW' Ybrk." 

* C..M.G. 



COLLEtiE OF MEDICINE (M.H.J 



529 



Shalabv , Kamel Ibiahiin." 
Shanle^ Herbert Joseph.* 
Shaw, Kric Hemingway.* 
Shaw John Malcolm.* 
Shaw, Raymond Henry. fadeg- 
Sha\v, Thomas Wilson, R.Sc* 
Shea, Henry Francis." 
Shearburn, Madeline Rosa.* 
Shehid, Sadek Abdel.* 
Shepheard, Eleanor."' 
Sheppard, Arthur Lewin* 
Shield, Hubert.* 
Shuler, Charles Yaldwyn. 
Siitg-wick, John Ernest.* 
Simmons, Harold.* 
Simpson, Frank Tomisman. -^ 
Sinclair, Stephanie Patricia 

Laiine Hunte Taylour.* 
Sinclair, William Oxley 

Forster.*^ 
Slade, Heibert James. *!§ 
Slater, William Arthur.* 
Sniailwood, Rev. Robert 

Henry, M.A.* 
Smirthwaite, Alfred.* 
Smith, Charles Rees.* 
Smith, Charles Seaver.* 
Smith, Colvin Burslem. 
Smith, Etiward Davison.* 
Smith, Ferciinand Clarence.*' 
Smith, Ciayton Warwick.* 
Smith, Henry Rochester.* 
Smith, Kirton Ivor Seager.* 
Smith, Leonard Satchwell.* 
Smith, Robert Wilkie.* 
Smith, William.* 
Smith, William Harvey. 
Snell, Francis Rupert.* 
Soliman, Iskandar.* 
Soutter, James Stewart.* 
Spence, James Calvert.* 
Spicer, Harry. 
Spoor, William Joseph. 
Spurgin, Basil Edward.* 
Stallybras:?, Tlieodore William.' 
Stanle\-, Charles James, 



Steeg'mann, Edward John.* 
Steele, Russell Vyv3an.* 
Steele, William Frederick.* 
Stephenson, Georgfe Edward.* 
Slerne-Howith, Harold Ivan.* 
Stenhouse, Alice Mar).* 
Stevens, Reginald Charles 

Jeremie.* 
Stevenson, William Edward.* 
Stewart, Charles 

Ravenscroft."^ ' 
Stewart, Joseph 

Collingwood.+/' 
Stewart-Billing's, Grace." 
Stockton, Hubert Samuel.* 
Stoker, Fred.*dg/ij^ 
Stonehouse, Re\ . James, B.A.* 
Stott, William.*/ 
Strachan, Charles Gordon.* 
Strachan, Frederick James.* 
Stuart, Fred.* 

Sumpter, Berners George.de 
Sutcliffe, Arthur.* 
Swallow, Allan James.Jg 
Swanberg, Carl Johan Valt'rid. 
Swayne, Richard Woodward.*/ 
Symes, William Johnston.* 
Tabor, Charles James. 
Ta\lor, Alexander Gordon.* 
Taylor, Basil.* 
Thompson, Alt-red Tulloch.* 
Thompson, Arthur Edward. *Jrf 
Thompson, SNcine}.* 
Tindle, William Lister. 
Tomlinson, Georg^e Hedley.* 
Tonge, Edward.* 
Townsend-Whitling, Henry 

Townsend Makepeace.* 
Travers, Otho Boyle.* 
Triay, Abelardo Joseph. 
Tudor, Dorothea Mary.* 
Turner, Arthur John.* 
Turner, Edward. *t 
Turner, George Grey.t(',^/;«y' -3. , 
T}-rrell, Edgar James.* 
Vaughan, Janet Arthur.* 



Bachelor of Siirgery. t Master of Surgrer)'- t Bachelor of Hygiene. S"-P-H. 
a -Lniv. -Sch. d Charlton Sch. e Dickinson .Sch. /Tulloch .Sch. g Goy<ierSch.w 

k Armstrong^ Sch. / Gibson Pr. 



h Gibb Sch. t Fieath Sch 
ni TurnbiiU Pr. 

' F.K.C.S. • O.B.E. 



J Seott Sch. 

3 F.A.C.S. (Hon.). 



* Military Cross. 



5.i^ 



COLLliGH; OF MEDICINE (m.H.) 



X'aiix. Ixalpli Tliomas. * 
Will Hor<eii, Carl Wahlgieii. 
W'addinmoii, Kric Fiushard.^ 
Waile, William Aidciuli 

Hagestadt.* 
Walkoi", GeoriJe.'* 
Waikor, Li^slie Hem y.^ 
Walker, Xorniaii Bryan.* 
Walker, Olivia Xyiia.* 
Walker, Robert. *§ 
Walkiiishaw-Ossellcm, 

Eleanor.* 
Wallher, Hans Wilhelni.* 
Wardale, !ohn Dobson.* 
Wardill, .Vlary Russell.* 
Ward ill, William Edward 

Mandall. *«'//« 
Ware, George Stephen.* 
Warwick, William Henry. 
Watson, James Russell. 
Watson, Thomas Bi.indford.* 
Watts, James .Alexander 

Wood.* 
Watts, FAthleen Mary 

Weldon.* 
Wear, .Arthur Hyde. *;§/6 
Weidner, Robert Joseph.* 
Welch, Robert. *t/ 
Wells, Henry Ernest.* 
Welsli, Robert .Anthony.* 
Weston, Arthur (iu}'.* 
Whaite, Herbert Hovle.* 
Whitby, Frank.* 
Whitcombe-Brown, William 

Henry.* 
Wholey, Thomas. 



Wh3te, -Alexander. 
Whyte, Angus HedXcy.* de/ioffl 
Widdas, Hugh.* 
Wigan, Chai-les Leslie.* 
Wigfield, Frederick Percy.* 
Wilkinson, Itdgar Sheldon.* 
Willan, Robert Joseph, dhij' ^ 
Willey, Frederick Joseph 

Ingor. * 
Williamson, Edith Short, B.Sc. 
Williamson, Harold.* 
W'illiamson, James Burrell.* 
Wilson, Charles William. 
Wilson, Frederick George.* 
Wilson, Robert Alfred.* 
Wilson, Thomas.* 
Wilson, William F^rank.* 
Winter, Frank.* 
Withers, Percy.* 
Wood, Guy Edward Mills. 
Wood, John Hutchinson.* 
Woodhead, George Roebuck.* 
Woodman, Alhlestan, 

M. A. * amo 
Woodman, Gordon Stewart.*/;/ 
Woiinald, Thomas Leathard.* 
W'orth, Reginald.* 
Worlhinglon, Stanley. *t§ 
Wreford, John. J 
W"rinch, Edwin J'ercy. * 
W'ylie, John Robert.* 
Yeoman, William Metcalfe. 
Young, John F'ranklin.* 
Young, Samuel Knibb. *|§ 
Younger, Robert.* 



L.M. 



Emmerson, W 

B. 
Addenbrooke, Bertram. 
Aiderson. Wilfred Ernest. 
Anderson, James, 
Appleby, George Henry Vane. 
Awburn, George John. 
Baker, Joseph Ellis. 



illiam Lindsay. 

Hy. 

Barllett, Gertrude Ethel. 
Braithwaite, Eldred Curwen. 
Buckham, Thomas. 
Bunting, Thomas Lowe. 
Charles, Ernest Dewar. 
Clark, Helen Grace. 



• Bachelor of Surgery. J Bachelor of Hygiene. 8 D.P.H. 

Univ. Sch. d Charlton Si-h. e Dickinson Sch. / Tulloch Sch. h Gibb Sch. 

/ ileath Sch. j Scott Sch. k Armstrong Sch. / Gibson Pr. 

m Turnbull Pr. e Wood Pr. / Philip.son Sch. 

» F.R.C.S. • .M.V.O. 



COLLEGE 01-" MEDICINE (u. HV. 



Connolly, Bloonifield George 

Henry. 
Da Cunha, Emnieline./^ 
Daxison, Henry Edward. 
Denholin, Georg'e. 
Dinj^^le, Charles \'incent. 
Duncan, Robert Bruce. 
East, Guy Rowland. 
French, Joseph James. 
Galpin, Patrick Albert. 
Gibbon, Frederick William. 
Grant, William. 
Greene, Arthur Charles. 
Hall, John Stratford. 
Hardcastle, William. 
Harlan, George Pillans.X' 
Havelock, Sydney. 
Hepplewhite. William George 

Thomas. 
Hodgkinson, Isaiah. 
Hudson, William. 
Ingram, Peter Robert. 
Johnson, John Tyrer. 
Kendall, John Arthur. 
King, Arthur. 
Leeie, Harold Mason. 
Lumb, John. 

Wacdonald, William Roy. 
McConnell, James. 
M'Gonig'le, George Cuthbert 

Mura. 
McNabb, Laurence. 
Middlemiss, George WHiitson. 



Millar, Duncan Macfadyen.' 
Mitchell, Edgar. 
Morrison, Ji'hn Wilson 

Howard. 
Nicholson, Ruth. 
Niel, Elizabeth Xiel. 
Xorman, Ernest Edward. 
O Brien, Arthui- John 

Rushton. 
Peacock, William Edwin. 
Penfold, William James. ' 
Pirrie, Ivan Miller. 
Raffle, Andrew Ranks. 
Rahtkens, Friederike. 
Reid, Alfred. 
Rutherford, Robert. 
Scott, Sidney. 
Slade, Herbert James. 
.Steedman, John. 
Stobo, Robert. 
Thompson, Arthur Edward. 
Thompson, Isaac. ^ 
Thomson, Charles Samson. 
Towers, Arthur Henry. 
Turner, Edward. 
Wear, Arthur Hyde. 
Wilkins, Cuthbert Rex. 
Willcox, Edward Cecil. 
Wormald, Thomas Leathari 
Worthington, Stanley. 
Wreford, John. 
Yeates, Thomas. - 
Young, Samuel Knibb. 



D.P.H. 



Alderson, Wilfred Emesl. 
Baker, Joseph Ellis. 
Barras, William George. 
Bartlett, Gertrude Ethel. 
Batra, Girdhari Lai. 
Belcher, George Clement. 
Benson, Ernest George Dryden. 
Bishop, Tliomas Henry. 
Braithwaite, Eldred Curwen. 
Bridge, John Frederick. 
Brunton, Waiter Raynor. 
Buck, Joseph. 



Buniingf, Thomas Lowe. 
Charles, Ernest Dewar. 
Chesnev, Lilian Mary. 
Clark, Helen Grace. 
Clayton, Thomas Morrison. 
Cochrane, Samuel Thomas, 
Cockill, William Baron. 
Collis, Arthur John. 
Connolly, Bloomfield George 

Henry. 
Curwen, Henry. 
Cyriax, Richard Julius. 



k Armstrong Sch. 
• Lecturer in Advanced Medical Subjects, London University. 
in Anatomy and Osteolog'y, Birmingham University, i O.B.E. 



* Lecturer 



5.?- 



COl.LEGli OF MEDICINE (U.P.H.) 



Haiker, tieorj^e Fiizjames. 
Davies, John Charles. 
Davison. Henrv Edward. 
Deiiliolni, Cieorg;e. 
Diiitjle. Charles Vincetii. 
Drni-\-. Kdward Guy. 
Diinii, Robert Avion. 
East, Ciny Rowland. 
Evans, PercN'. 

Evving', Joseph Millar Ciordon. 
Ferg'iison, Janii's .Maclanachan. 
French, Joseph James, 
tialpin, Patrii-k Aibeit. 
Gainlen, Haroki Erm-st. 
Gibbon, Frederick William. 
Gram, William. 
Cireen, Retjinald. 
Greene, .-Vrthiir Charles. 
Hardcaslle, William. 
Harlan. Getirtje Pillans. 
Harlaiul. Cieorge Blenkiiorn. 
Havelock, Sydney. 
Henrw ijydnev Alexander. 
Hepplewhite, William Georj^'e 

Thomas. 
Hodtfkinson. Isaiah. 
Hndson, William. 
Jack^-on, Sophia Banijfham. 
Jamsel, Kaikhosrn. 
Johnson, Johiv Txi^er.. 
Kinif. .Arthur. 
Leete. Harold .Mason. 
Lumb, John. 
McConnell, James. 
^rCii-inij^le, Georg'e Ciitliberl 

Mnra. 
.Mc.Nabb. I.aurence. 
Macdonald. William Roy. 
MacKenzie, William. 
Martin, William WhittU*. 
Meredith, Eva. 

.Middl^miss, Cieorsafe Whitson. 
Millar, DiiiU-an Macfadyen. 
Miller, .Margaret M^if. k' 
Mitdit-ll. Ed'^ar.' """ '' 
Milehell, James Alexander. 
Morrison, John Wrlson 

Howard. 

Neilan, John Alexander, j^^/ ^, 



ft L'njv Sch. 1 
' D.S.O. ' l^ei'tiirer in Adv.ipce^ 
3 Lecturer in Anatomy and Osteology, B 



Nicholson, Ruth. 
Niel, Elizabeth Niel. 
Norman, Ernest Edward. 
O'Brien, Arthur John Rnshton. 
O'Brien, Gertrude Ethel. 
Orton, Doujflas Catterall Eoy 

land. 
Palmer, William Pitt. 
Patterson, James Booth. 
Patterson, Thomas Charles. 
I'eacock, William Edwin. 
Pearson, Albert G;irthorne 

Widdowfield. 
Penfold, William James.- 
Pirrie, Ivan .Miller. 
Prinyfle, .Ag'nes Melville. 
Raffle, -Andrew Banks. 
Rahtkeiis, F'riederike. 
Reid, Alfred. 
Renni>\', Henrj-. 
Richartison, Catherine Mary. 
Rowell, William Henry. 
Rutherford, Robert. 
Saunders, W^lliaiTi Eric Roper. 
Scott, Sidney. 
Shore, Harry. 
Slatle, Herbert James. 
Smith, Frederick. ' 
Steedman, John. 
Stewart, Charles Raven.scrofl. 
Stobo, Robert. 
Stokes, John. 
Stumbles, Henry Marlyii. 
Symons, William Henry. 
Thom])son, Isaacs? 
Thomson, Charles Samson. 
Todd, Edifar William. 
Towers, .Arthur Henry. 
Trotter, Robert Samuel. 
Turner, Sydney Duke. 
Venniker, John Charles. 
V'inier, S\'dne\' Garratt. 
Walker, l^obert. 
Wear, .Arthur Hyde. 
Wood, Frank Thom.is Herbert, 
Worthiniafton, Stanley. 
Yeates, Thomas. * 
Younj^. Da\ id./t 
-Y^iutit;', Samuel Knibb. 



. >i;n 



ifr .Vrin«tro;)R: Soh. ,,. .. 

Medipal Siilijcvt.". J.oJidon ,.L'niv/sr>i^., 
irmingham University. 



COLLKc.li OF MKniCINK. 



533 



Arnold, Ernest Charles. 
Codd, Arthur Frederick 

Ganibell. 
Duncan, David. 
Roherls, J.inies Keid. 



Ckrt.S.Si.-. 

Salvagfe, John V'alenline. 
Sinioens, Joseph Auspicio. 
Walker, Charles Pope. 
Walker, Francis John. 
Wheatley, Arthur William. 



L.S.Sc 



Barras, W'illiani George. 
Beningfton, Robert Crewdson. 
Cheethatn, Walter Henrv. 
Coates, \\'illiani Henry. 
Garrett, John Henr\-. 
Gunn, Frank Walter. 
Hutton, James Alfred. 
Jackson, John Archibald. 
Kelland, James. 
Mag'uire, Thomas Stephen. 
Marsden, James Aspinall. 
Oaknian, Joseph John. 



Adie, Georg'e Carl. 

Hall, William. 

Hmt'ord, Wallace Ftiwiii. 

Huison, William. 

Lidilell, James Leslie. 

Marks, Aaron Gomperlz. 

Mauifhan, Allan. 

Metcalfe, Harold Armstrons<' 

Olsvvang, .Montague. 



Palmer, William Pitt. 

Raw, Nathan. 

Richardson, James Xowell. 

Robinson, .\ltred. 

Robinson, James. 

Sergeant, Edward. 

Squance, Thomas C(.)ke 

Steel, William Dyne. 

Stokes, John. 

Straton, Chaile^. Robert. 

Tattersall, Charles Hermann. 

Williams-Freeman, John Peere. 

L.D.S. 

Reed, (lain.sford. 
Robertson, Creorge CTaIlow<ay. 
Sayce, Douglas Edwartl. 
Smith, John Thomas. 
Somerville-\\\)i.Hli wis. 

Law re me. 
Spence, Wilfred I'hillipsoii. 
Watt, tiet)rge Wrnon. 
Wilkinson, Siilnew 



DIPLOMA L\ PSVCMIATUW 
Ciostwvck, Cecil Hubert tiostwvi-k. 



STUDENTS (.Academical Vkai« 10)19-1920) 



Ayton, Kathleen Alexandra 

Margaret. 
Allan. William Bruce. 
Arnott. ^laurice James. 
Aynsley, Thornas Rutherford. 
Adams. Albert Victor. 
Brown, Dorothy Irvine. 
Benjamin. Bernard. 
Boland. Stephen Edward. 
Brodie, Abraham. 
Booth, William Norman. 
Badenoch, Ronald Greig, M.B. 

B.S. 
34 



Buwerba 11 «, Wilfrid. 
Braithwaite, Norman. 
Carse. Joshua. 
Campbell, James Russell. 
Chapman. Oswald Percy. 
Crosthwaite, Bertie. 
Curry, Stanislaus. 
Cowden, William Alfred. 
Craggs, Charles Philip. 
Dewell, Mary Winifred. 
Daniels, Ethel \\'inifred. 
Davis. Joseph. 
Davison. Norman. 



534 



t.iM,l.l r.li OF MEniClNK (STUOENTs). 



Doiizcr. Thomas, F.R. C.S.I. 
Davison, Robert Bewick 

Nicholson. 
Dickinson, Kenneth Shallcross. 
Denholm, William Herald. 
Ewart, Douglas. 
Fraser, Thomas. 
Familton, John. 
Fairlie, Charles Frederick. 
Fairlie, Archibald Lambton. 
Fleming, Walter Louis. 
Fellowes, Howard Edward, 

L.R.C.P. and S. 
Ferguson, Kathleen Elizabeth. 
Gilmour, George Alexander. 
Garson, John Ross. 
Giles, Norman Russell. 
Glegg, William Little, M.B., 

Ch.B. 
Grey, Donald Ridley Campbell. 
Grant, John Emsley Moffitt. 
Gomperty, Alexander. 
Grey, Thomas Campbell, 

F.R.C.S. 
Goodman, Harold, M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 
Henegan, Frances Rosalie. 
Hopper, Madge. 
Hartley, James Blair. 
Hedley, Joseph Francis. 
Hall, John Charlton. 
Haggarty, Roger. 
Hails, Cecil William. 
Henderson, James. 
Holme, Robert Evelyn. 
Hindhaugh, James Cecil 

\'ickerman. 
Henry, Gordon Campbell. 
Heppell, Leslie Thomas 

Davidson. 
Hislop, James Alexander. 
Head, Lionel Henry. 
Ingram, Harold Vernon. 
Innes, Fred. 
Irvrin. Charles Gordon, M.B.. 

B.S. 
Johnson, John Martin. 
Jones, Gwendolen. 
John, Uel Magnus. 



Jones, Maurice Howard. 
Joseph. Julius Henry. 
Johnson, John .Martin. 
Kirk, Nora Winifred. 
Keenlyside. Ronald. 
Kriel, Pieter Edouard. 
Kent. Horace Silas. 
Lorriman, Francis Joseph. 
Lascelles, William Finlayson, 
Levy, Hirsch. 
Lishman, Feuwick. 
Law. Kenneth .\rthur Waring. 
Lishman, George Hackworth. 
Leech, John William 

Cookson. 
Laverick, Frederick Robert 

Henry, M.D., B.S. 
Maclagan, Euphemia. 
Moseley, Ernest Howard. 
Marshall, Frederick Widdow- 

field. 
Milburn. Kenneth Vivian. 
McCracken, James Douglas 

Wright. 
Murray. William Churnadde. 
Meikle, William. 
Miller, Charles Henry. 
Meek, Thomas Henry. a 
Moor, Henry. 

Mulholland, John Edward. 
Martin, Henry Oram. 
Macleod, Roderick, M.B.. 

Ch.B. 
McLaren, William, Junr. 
Naismith, John James 

Dykes. 
Owen, Robert Johnstone. 
Ogden, John Maude. 
Ogilvie, .\lan Gordon. 
Peet, Elsie Lilian. 
Pepper, William Guy 

Steveuton . 
Punshon, Guy. 
Pratt, Ernest Percival. 
Page, George Scott. 
Phillips, Eric Bedson. 
Philips, Bernard Jim 

Goodwyn. 
Pirrie, Ivan Miller, M.B., B.S. 



« Univ. Sch. 



COLLEGK OF MEDICINE (."iTUDENTs). 



^J3 



Prtngle, Laurence Frederick 

Irwin. 
Prtngle, Doris. 
Pattie, Alfred Edwin. 
Price, ^^'alte^ Henry. 
Pritchard-Owen, Willia in, 

L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Rahtkens, Winifred Elsie. 
Ranken, Margaret. 
Robinson, Ethel. 
Robertson, Alexander Stirling. 
Ryle, :Matthe\v. 
Rust, Frank Percival. 
Reay, John. 

Robson, Nicholas Whyte. 
Russell, Ronald. 
Riitherjord, Robert John. 
Reid, John Loudoun. 
Rnine, Reginald Thompson, 

B.Ch., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Russell, William Kerr. 
Shelton, Kathleen. 
Swindale, Alfred. 
Symington, James Thomas 

IMartin. ■«? -rf;1-« 
Stokoe, John. 
Stobbs, Joseph Arnold. 
Stevenson, William. 
Strother, Temperley. 
Sibson, Regi