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TABLE II.-RANK, PROFESSION, OR OCCUPATION OF THE FATHERS OF

CANDIDATES.

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TABLE III.-OCCUPATION of CANDIDATES since quitting School or

College.

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TABLE IV.—Showing the SCHOOLS at which the CANDIDATES were

Educated. ** The asterisk prefixed to some of the schools indicates that the scholar or scholars

afterwards proceeded to some University.

Schools, &c.

Whole
Number of
Candidates.

Selected Candidates.

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IN ENGLAND :

*Bedford Grammar School
Birmingham, King Edward VI. Grammar School
* Birmingham, King Edward VI. Grammar School

(previously at Wesley College, Sheffield).
Bradford, (Yorkshire,) Grammar School (previously

at Liverpool Collegiate Institution, afterwards

at Leeds Grammar School). *Brighton College

Brighton College (previously at private school) *Bristol Grammar School ( previously at Guildford

and Huntingdon Royal Grammar Schools). *Cheltenham College * Cheltenham College (previously at Ilminster

Grammar School). *Cheltenham College ( previously at Rugby) Cheltenham College (previously at Salisbury

Grammar School). *Durham Grammar School

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*Eton

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*Exeter Grammar School
Exeter, Mount Radford School (previously at

Plymouth New Grammar School).
*Guildförd Royal Grammar School (afterwards at

Huntingdon Royal Grammar School and Bristol

Grammar School).
Harrow
Huddersfield College
*Huntingdon Royal Grammar (previously at Guild-

ford Royal Grammar School, afterwards Bristol

Grammar School).
*Ilminster Grammar School (afterwards at Chelten--

ham College).
Leeds Grammar School (previously at Liverpool

Collegiate Institution, and Bradford, (Yorkshire,)

Grammar School.)
Leicester Collegiate School
Liverpool Collegiate Institution (afterwards at

Brudford, (Yorkshire,) Grammar School, and

Leeds Grammar School). *London :- Charterhouse

Christ's Hospital
King's College School
King's College School (previously at

private school).
Limehouse Mitre School
Merchant Taylors' School
University College School
University College School (previously

at private school).
*Louth Grammar School (afterwards at Rugby)
*Lucton Grammar School, near Leominster
**Marlborough College

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Table showing the Schools, &c.continued.

Schools, &c.

Whole
Number of
Candidates.

Selected Candidates.

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Is England (continued) :-
*Norwich, King Edward VI. Grammar School

( previously at private school).
*Plymouth New Grammar School (afterwards at

Mount Radford School, Exeter). *Rugby *Rugby (previously at Louth Grammar School) Rugby (afterwards at Cheltenham College) Rugby (previously at a private school) Salisbury Cathedral School (afterwards at Chel

tenham College). *Sheffield, Wesley College (afterwards at King

Edward VI. Grammar School, Birmingham).
*Uppingham School
*Winchester
**Westminster

Private schools
Private tuition

Private schools and private tuition
IN SCOTLAND :
*Aberdeen Grammar School (previously at Forres

Academy). Edinburgh Academy *Edinburgh, Heriot's Hospital *Forres Academy (afterwards at Aberdeen Grammar

School). *Glasgow Academy *Parochial schools

*Parochial and grammar schools IN IRELAND :

*Armagn Royal School

Belfast Academy (previously at private school) *Carlow College (afterwards at St. Lawrence Se.

minary). *Ennis School *Enniskillen Royal School *St. Lawrence Seminary (previously at Carlow

Colleye). Private schools Private tuition

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IN INDIA :

Calcutta, La Martinière
Private schools

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ELSEWHERE :

Leipzig public school and Dresden
Lille and Mannheim private schools

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TABLE V.-UNIVERSITY HONOURS and PRIZES obtained by the

CANDIDATES.

† This mark prefixed to the name of a college indicates a successful competitor.

University.

Age Length

of of Candi- Resi

Degree. date. dence.

Honours and Prizes.

Years.

ars.

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First class in the first public ex

amination. Open scholarship Scholarship at Lincoln College in

December 1854 ; (2) third class in moderations in December 1856 ; (3) honourably mentioned for the

German scholarship in June 1858 Scholar of Exeter College ; (ii.)

second class in moderations ; (iii.)

third class in final classical. Has passed responsions and modera

tions. (i.) Student of Christ Church ; (ii.)

first class in moderations. (i.) Second class in moderations,

Easter 1857; (ii.) college prize for essays; (iii.) exhibitioner of

college. (i.) Open scholarship at Brasenose;

(ii.) Hulmeian exhibition; (iii.) Pusey and Ellerton's Hebrew scholarship (1853); (iv.) first class classics in the first public examination (1855); (v.) second

class classics for degree (1857). (i.) second class in the first public

examination ; (ii.) third class in

the second, Open scholarship of 50l. per annum. Scholar of Brasenose; (ii.) first

class in moderations, December

1857. Open scholarship at Corpus ; (ii.) a first in classics, and a third in mathematics, at the moderations

of Easter 1857.
Fellow of New College.
Open scholarship at Trinity College,

June 1855.
First class in first public examination,

(ii.) first class in second public

examination. Open scholarship; (ii.) second class in first public examination, Easter 1858 ; (iii.) prize for English

essay. Boulter exhibition. Postmastership, 1856; (ii.) Boden

University Sanscrit scholarship,

1858. Bridgman exhibitioner ; (ii.) third

class classics, and first class mathematics ip moderations.

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