No 457

Liddell called us into the Library the other morning before breakfast together with the Monitors to let us know the real statistics of an occurrence which had come to his ears through the medium of James. It appeared that some 4 or 5 small Town Boys in the Fourth had persuaded several of their companions to enter upon a speculation in which they told them they were sure to win money and also that they would not be true Westminsters if they did not gamble; a great deal more came out after a long series of cross examinations, they were all severely reprimanded by Liddell, the lesser ones for being such dupes, and the others were flogged.

 C.G. Lane

Prin. Opp.

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