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ORIEL COLLEGE.

No. 5.

“ The memories of that peaceful place

Fill up our after life,
The prayers and quiet ways of grace,

And yet more holy strife.

“ The solitudes of summer even,

And thoughts in stillness found,
Like walks with Angel-guests from Heaven,
Which haunt that sacred ground.”

(The Christian Scholar, p. 209.)

RIEL COLLEGE, though it had not the honour of preparing
Mr. KEBLE for his double first-class, has far more claim to be

called the college of the author of “The Christian Year” than Corpus has, for his connexion with Oriel was much longer than his connexion with Corpus; in fact, he was connected with Oriel from the age of nineteen until his death.

Mr. KEBLE was elected Fellow of Oriel, along with the late Archbishop Whately, and the late Rev. W. B. Barter (brother of the late Warden of Winchester College), on April 20, 1811, and never withdrew his name from the books of the college, although his residence in rooms was of com

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