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
The college play being again put off in consequence of the demise of the Queen, the Sixth Dinner was held on this day (Saturday) at Willis’s in St James Street. C. Smith (Half Boarder) President, O. Hamlyn (Boarder) Vice President.
The annual list of the Sixth stands this years as follows (1818)
December 6th 1817 there was a Sixth Dinner as usual; at which C. Walker (Home Boarder) was President and G. Blackwell (Boarder) vice President.
C.E. Walker Princeps Oppidanus
There was a Sixth Dinner as usual Xmas 1815 to which all the Homeboarders as is customary were asked. It was not thought right by the form to make Sandilands, who was Head Boy, but a homeboarder, President. Kitson was chosen President and Templar, a half Boarder, Vice President.
G.M. Alington Head Boy Town Boy