No 357

N.B. The annual sculling match took place as usual though the last Head Town boy omitted to mention it. The race was from Westminster Bridge to Putney. The candidates were Stewart, Barnes Q.S., Wright & Goodrick who came in first & was consequently the winner.

No 355

The consequence of a severe illness of Williams, Captain, resulting from over exertion in training, the annual race with Eton was forbidden. It is very much to be regretted, as the strength of Westminster consisted in the water. D Stewart Prin. Opp.

No 352

In consequence of a fever having broken out, it was broken up on Saturday, May 6th 1848 and 6 weeks holiday was given, that is to say in addition to the regular Whitsuntide holidays. The fever proved fatal in 2 cases, both in College. D. Stewart Prin. Opp.

No 351

On Thursday, August 3rd, the annual match between the T.Bs and Q.Ss in which the former were victorious by 41 runs. The elevens scores were as follows. Town Boys D. Stewart 6 – 1 = 7 J. Goodrick 5 -1 = 6 E. P. Repton 0 – 20 = 20 F. Hallett 2 – 0…

No 350

The Westminsters rowed in a four at Richmond. 1. Steward 2. Parratt 3. Williams 4. Barkers – Burton Coxs And also at Mortlake 1. Armitstead 2. Steward 3. Williams 4. Barken – Burton Coxs in the first of which matches they were beaten through their breaking their rudder string & being fouled and in the…

No 349

The match for the sculls took place on Saturday, August 7th from Mortlake to Putney. Steward (the winner) had the race in his hands from the beginning. The following is order in which the candidates came in. C. W. Steward. T.B J. R. Armitstead. Q.S W. M. Parratt. B.B F. Hallett. T.B J. Goodrick. B.B…

No 348

On Thursday, July 27th, the match with Eton took place from Barker’s Rails to Putney Bridge. The eight were trained by Noulton, by whom the outrigger was also built. The course was rowed over by the Etonians, the winners, in 25 minutes & 50 seconds, beating the Westminsters by 1 minute + 30 seconds. The…