No 314

Tuesday July 29th 1845 was marked by an event which I feel sure will be remembered, after what passed last year, with sincere pleasure by every Westminster as long as the School shall exist. I mean the Boat Race between Eton & Westminster which took place on that day & terminated in favour of the…

No 312

It may perhaps appear a trivial & needless circumstance for me to mention here yet as I have frequently heard the point contested & still remain unanswered I may as well add here what I ought rightly to have inserted higher up viz that to settle the point it was resolved this year that when…

No 310

On May 27th being the day on which the Queens Birthday was kept (& which had generally fallen in the Whitsuntide Holidays, but did no this year owing to their early commencement) the Sixth had leave up Town in the Evening to see the illuminations.

No 308

During the Whitsuntide Holidays on ___ died Dr. E. Goodenough formerly Head Master of Westminster at his own Deanery, Wells, in Somersetshire. He dropped down dead whilst walking round his grounds with one of his younger sons W. Goodenough then at Westminster in the Fourth Form. He left a large family.