No. 171

The Ireland prizes were awarded last term as follows Greek verse S. Liberty. Latin Prize E. N. Marsh. Bible Knowledge. Senior G.G.S. Gillet & H.C. Jonas (equal) Junior J.D. Miller.                                                                                                S. C. Woodhouse Prin. Opp.

No. 12

The subjects for the Prize Competition were as follows:- Dean Ireland’s (i) Greek Prose, More’s Utopia Bk ii ch 5. ‘The people’ – ‘chiefly themselves’. (ii) Greek Verse, Matthew Arnold’s ‘Tristan & Isolde’: ‘And is she happy’ – ‘today’s exact repeated effigy.’ (iii) Latin Prose, Bacon’s essays om ‘Revenge’ – Gumbleton’s English Verse, ‘Gordon’.

No. 492

The Ireland Verse Prize was awarded to C.C.J. Webb Q.S. The subject was ‘Cometae’. The Dean’s Greek Testament Prizes were awarded to 1. J.B. Hodge 2. C.C.J. Webb Q.S. The subjects were – The Epistle to the Galatians, Epistles General of S. James and S. John and Rev ch 1-V. The Mure Scholarship has been…

No. 458

No Ireland Verse Prize has been awarded this year – the subject was Medea. The Dean’s Greek Testament Prize was divided between H.R. James Q.S. and J.B. Hodge. J Barwick Hodge for W.L. Benbow Prin. Opp.

No. 404

The Results of the competition for the Phillimore Prose 1. A.A. Sikes Q.S. OEqu: Prize H.C. Benbow Q.S. 2. W.A. Peck Q.S. OEqu: – J.B. Hodge T.B   Verse R. James Q.S. Prize A. Peck Q.S. 2nd Prize B. Hodge T.B (Vide Entry 399)   The subject for the Ireland Verses was “Mount Sinai”. The…