No 78

Goodenough thinking fit to take notice of some slight disturbances, which took place about this time, came round and made a speech at the several boarding houses, severely condemning and strictly prohibiting for the future any game likely to draw fellows together such as shaving &c – adding moreover if the usher should be out of the way, in cases of any such game taking place; it was the [?] duty of the keepers of the boarding-house to give immediate information to the higher authorities

George MacLeay
Head Boarder