No 118

The List of the Sixth at Xmas was as follows

* Frere
Blackall
Borradaile
* Milman
* Coote
* Clinton
Cornish
Ridley Colborne
* R Milman
Harrison
Templar
* Lascelles
Osborn
Wingfield
Vance
Fitz Maurice * (Marquis of Lansdowne)
Robinson
Moore
* Gwilt
Bainbridge
Cubitt
Stooks
Dean
Howard
Stikeman
Ranker
(26)

Those marked with an Asterisk are Homeboarders

T. Blackall
H.B.

No 117

A dispute arising between the TB and KS as to the length of time, which was had a right to stay in the cloisters, (the KS claiming an equal division, whereas the TB always previously had a ¼ of an hour more than the KS) Williamson, to prevent any bad consequences, took the matter into his own hands, and decided that the KS had no right whatever to claim the ¼ of an hour from the TB –

The TB however on consideration thinking it but fair that there should be an equal division granted the KS as a favour the time required –

T. Blackall H.B.

Vide No. 7 wh happened whilst Williamson was at school as a boy

No 114

On the following Tuesday, the annual match between the T.B. and K.S. took place in Tothill fields, when the latter were beat by 92 runs.  The score of the Town boys in both innings was – 175-62 = 237 that of the Kings-scholars 102-43 = 145.

The following were the players

Town-boys

Borradaile
Cubitt
Robinson
Moore
Milman
Marten
Marten Jnr
Keating
Blackall
Mackinnon
Warren

Kings-Scholars

Ellison
Hussey
Carrow
Hemery
Weare
Gresley
Page
Randolph
Barnes
Moysey
Goodenough

Scorers
R. Colborne
Woolcombe

T. Blackall H.B.

No 113

On Saturday July 31st (1830) the fourth annual match between the Old Westminster Cricket Club and the present Westminsters was played in Tothill fields, when, in consequence of three of our best players being absent, they beat us singlehanded by one run.  This match had been already played in the previous week, when we won easily with 6 wickets to go down; but, as some of the Old Westminsters were absent, and their places had been supplied by Townboys, it was thought proper to play it over again.

The following were the players

Old Westminsters

C. Page
Tattersall
Loftus
Berens
Williamson
Crawford
Sandys
Hudson
Durell
A. Lendon
Allfrey

Young Westminsters

Borradaile
Milman
Moore
Mackinnon
Marten Sen.
Marten Jun.
Robinson
Cubitt
Ellison *
Hussey *
Carrow *

N.B. Those marked with an asterisk are K.S.

T. Blackall H.B.

No 112

Sir John de Beauvoir having given eight gold medals to be contended for by the two best Town-boys eight-oareds, on Saturday 17th of July (1830), the match was rowed from Vauxhall to Putney bridge, the winning boat coming in about a ¼ of a mile ahead; It was as follows,

Jones
Osborn
Dean
Blackall
Hall
Keating
Bedford
Hudson

T. Blackall H.B.

No 111

On Thursday the 15 of July the annual Cricket match was played between the T.B. who had not played in the Grand Match, and the Lamprobaticks; in which the former beat single-handed by 15 runs.

The following were the players

Town Boys

Blackall
Colborne
Harrison
Templer
Mackinnon
Howard
Warren
Pearson
Palmer
Lamb
Barnett

T. Blackall H.B.

No 109

A great number of fellows being out of school with the scarlet fever, and one of the name of Russell having died in consequence of it, it was thought prudent by Williamson, after a consultation with the medical attendants, to break up school for six weeks, and consequently a fortnight was taken off the Whitsuntide holydays

J.T. Ludlow H.B.