No 28

The following is a list of sixth form as at Christmas 1819   Charles Floyer Henry Heberden Richard Williamson Robert Burton William Alfrey Roper Tyler Benjamin Hall Richard Berens Thomas Wyld William Williamson Joseph Jekyll Frederick Grant Antony Lechmere William Heberden Junr William London Henry Hull George Kaye George Mansell Richard Bonnor John Harrison John…

No 27

The annual Sixth Dinner was held on the 4th of December at Willis’ Rooms in St. James’ Street. It was served up in a most superior style, and the utmost conviviality prevailed till nine o’clock, when the Meeting broke up. C. Floyer President, B. Hall Vice-President. Chs. Floyer. Princeps Oppidanus

No 26

On the 27th of October Dr Goodenough deaf to all remonstrance, ventured to infringe upon the established usage off the school, by flogging a Sixth Fellow who had been shewn up for being intoxicated. In consequence of this it was unanimously agreed throughout the Town Boys that in order to bring him to a sense…

No 24

The Reverend Dr Page died on the 21st of September 1819 after a painful and lingering illness, occasioned by the rupture of a Blood Vessel. He had attained his fortieth year, and had discharged the duties of Head Master of Westminster School during five years and half. Charles Floyer. Princeps Oppidanus

No 23

On Monday September the 13th the Reverend Edmund Goodenough B.D. and student of Christ Church Oxford, was appointed to the Headmastership of Westminster School, vacant by the resignation of the Reverend Dr Page, who was compelled under the visitation of a severe illness to retire from the duties of that situation. Charles Floyer. Princeps Oppidanus

No 22

On the 27th of July 1819, the annual Cricket Match between the Town Boys and the King Scholars was played in Tothill Fields, when the latter beat by three Runs. The admirable state of the Fields and the good play of each Party aided by a very favourable day, afforded a delightful sight to many…

No 21

The Reverend Geo. Preston on the 5th of October 1818 filled up the vacancy occasioned by the death of the Revd. J.W. Dodd.  Mr H. Bull and Mr S. C. Totton likewise became Ushers of Westminster in the room of the Reverend John Campbell and Mr Johnson. Charles Floyer. Princeps Oppidanus

No 19

The sum collected at the last Sixth Dinner being insufficient to defray all the expenses attaching to it, Charles Smith, generously contributed 12 £: which remained over from the Football Money of the preceding year, and consequently was his individual Perquisite. Charles Floyer. Princeps Oppidanus