No 59

The following is a list of the 6th at Xmas 1823 Wood Wyld Amherst Ridley Freer Fremantle Forester Michell Chafy Booth Duncan Trelawny Lendon Dasent Wilson Buller Longman Waddilove Lyon Davis Mitchell Jackson (22) JR Wood Prin Opp

No 57

On the 5th of November this year (1823) in consequence of a fellow of the name of Kynaston having been shockingly burnt by the accidental explosion of some fireworks Dr. Goodenough sent round to each boarding house strict orders prohibiting them for the future.  Dr. G. had previously allowed them which, however, was not the…

No 56

The Cricket Match between the Town Boys and Kings Scholars took place this year (1823) on Tuesday August 5th – The former however were beaten by 27 Runs. The following are the names of the players on each side: Town Boys: Emmet Wyld Amherst Jnr Dowdswell Dasent Lendon Waddilove Tollemache Mitchell Bigge De Brugh Kings…

No 55

A short time previous to the Whitsuntide Holidays of this year Goodenough made known his intention of having Mathematics taught at Westminster on a plan which should be more nearly connected & united with the other business of the school. The following is a copy of the plan on which it was to be adopted…

No 53

On the 22 Feby 1823. The following rules were given out by Goodenough “Dr Goodenough desires that every Boy who in consequence of illness or any other cause may be detained either at home or at the house of any friend beg and the time for which leave is given, shall (in addition to the…

No 52

The following in the list of the Sixth at Xmas Wood Philpott Wyld Auriol Maurice Courtenay Emmett Goring Amherst Ridley Ld Stormont Drummond Hamilton Thomas R Lane-Freer Waterfield Pack Fremantle Lydiard (19) J.R Wood Prin Opp

No 51

On the 20th October in this year (1822) Mr Bourne was appointed to the vacant situation of Usher which had not been filled up since the resignation of Mr Knox which took place at the preceding Xmas- J.R Wood Prin Opp

No 50

The annual match of Cricket between the Town Boys & King Scholars took place as usual, in which the former were beat by one innings and upward of 200 runs. This unequal termination of the game, however, must be attributed to the absence of their two principal players. The names of those who played are…

No 49

At the beginning of the Cricket season of this year (1822) a new Tent was purchased to defray the expense of which (£16,, 16..0) an adequate subscription was made through the Under as well as Upper School and also by the Kings Scholars – J.R. Wood Prin. Opp.