The annual match between the T.B. and K.S. was played in which the T.B. were beat by upwards of 100 runs. For the particulars of this match v. Cricket Ledger. Somerton H.B.
The annual match between the T.B. who had not played in the match, and the Lamprobaticks was played at the fields and the T.B. were beat by __ V. Cricket Ledger Somerton H.B.
A match was played at the fields between the present Westminsters and an eleven composed of Old Westminsters some of the Carshalton Club &c. The present Westminsters were beat in one innings. V. Cricket Ledger Somerton H.B.
This year an alphabetical match was played at the fields between the fellows whose names began with the letters A to K and those from L to Z. The first half won the match vide Cricket Ledger. Somerton H.B.
Williamson having discovered that in the sculling match just mentioned the fellows had all rowed in boats which were not Robert’s immediately sent for the Captain (Richards) and for Somerton (Head of the TB) and told them that he was willing to forget what had happened if they would pledge themselves on the part of…
A sculling match took place between the 5 following T.B. and K.S. from Vauxhall to Putney they came in as follows 1. Somerton 2. Pollock Senr 3. Tritton 4. Merewether Senr 5. Turner Vide the Water Ledger Somerton H.B.
A sailing match came off between the following of Robert’s half deckers viz Commodore Captain Colonel Admiral They came in the order they are placed in, vide the Water Ledger. Somerton H.B.
This year a rowing match took place at Datchett, between Westminster and Eton, in which Westminster won, beating the Etonians easily, for full particularly of this match see the Water Ledger No. _ Somerton H.B.
The subject of Dean’s Verse this year was ‘Lux aurea mundi’. Somerton H.B.
The T.B. having made up their crew with the Home boarders determined on hiring a boat of Serle for the season which was accordingly done, the “Haidee” formerly the “Queen Bess” of Trinity Cambridge was hired for £20-0-0 Somerton H.B.