No 117

A dispute arising between the TB and KS as to the length of time, which was had a right to stay in the cloisters, (the KS claiming an equal division, whereas the TB always previously had a ¼ of an hour more than the KS) Williamson, to prevent any bad consequences, took the matter into his own hands, and decided that the KS had no right whatever to claim the ¼ of an hour from the TB –

The TB however on consideration thinking it but fair that there should be an equal division granted the KS as a favour the time required –

T. Blackall H.B.

Vide No. 7 wh happened whilst Williamson was at school as a boy

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