The Dean with unaccustomed generosity last year (1838) paved our racket court, which has since proved of the greatest advantage. F Byron Prin. Opp. *This ought to have been inserted some few pages back, but it is an oversight of no great consequence.
The List of Sixth at Xmas 1838 was as follows; and it is to be regretted that it was so unusually small. F. Byron A. Pollock* H.W. Hodgson R. Maule M. Osborn (5) The one marked * was a Home Boarder F Byron H.B.
His Royal Highness prevailed upon Dr Williamson to give us one extra week’s holydays at Xmas F Byron H.B.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge honoured the College Play with his presence on the 3rd night the 18th of December F Byron Prin. Opp.
On the 12th of December, being the 2nd play night, the annual sixth dinner was held, after a lapse of 2 years, at the Café de L’Europe in the Haymarket. It was very well served up and pretty moderate as to price, so as to give general satisfaction. So few were the sixth numbers that…
In consequence of the Etonians having been defeated last year at Datchet Bridge they again challenged us to row them. The preliminaries having been all settled at the Eton Montem by the respective Heads of the Water, it was agreed by both parties that the Race should take place Tuesday July 31st (the Match day)…
The Annual Match between Q.S. and T.B. took place, Thursday Aug. 2nd in which the Q.S. were defeated by 49 runs for which vide Cricket Ledger G.F. Bentinck Prin: Opp.
On Monday July 23rd the annual Lamprobatic match was played in which the Q.S. won easy in 1 innings for which also vide Cricket Ledger G.F. Bentinck Prin: Opp.
This year a match was played between the North and South in which the former were victorious by 26 runs for which vide Cricket Ledger G.F. Bentinck Prin: Opp.
In consequence of the Coronation, Her Majesty was graciously pleased to command another week to be added to the Bartholomewtide Holidays G.F. Bentinck Prin: Opp.