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CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION
PROCEEDINGS
JANUARY
(VOLUME

19 1
XII)

WITH RULES AND
LIST OF MEMBERS

LONDON
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET, W.
1915

AUi Rights Besebvbd .

: : CONTENTS PAGE PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWELFTH GENERAL MEETING Friday..... 123 Northumberland and Durham Branch 123 Cardiff and District Branch 124 Leeds and District Branch 125 Bombay Branch 127 .. 1915 5 I INDEX TO THE PROCEEDINGS 38 STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS. .. 44 45 48 51 98 Manchester and District Branch 115 birminqham and midlands branch 118 Liverpool and District Branch 119 .. Nottingham and District Branch 120 London Branch 121 Bristol Branch . Names and Addresses of Members TopoGRAPHiCAii List of Members . DECEMBER DECEMBER 15th. Officers AND COIJNCIL Rules Association- . 1913. TO 40 APPENDIX Former Presidents of the . 1914 16th... Classical Association of New South Wales 128 Classical Association of South Australia 129 Classical Association of Victoria 130 3 .. Janttary 8th.....

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. whose name has been handed down through the ages I will not waste in connexion with the destruction of Corinth. the Association met in The President. LL. in material loss compared with that great sum of the Germans have inflicted upon Belgium and Northern France. JANUARY 8TH. F.45 p. Cambridge. Litt. occupied the chair.." Membership " The Council of the Association has pleasure in reporting that the membership of the Association continues to increase. but I will say that we must not lose our sense of proportion through our sympathy with because. after all.B.A. its heartfelt of Belgium.. Mr. at 2.D.m.. versities of time by elaborating the subject. Caspari read the Report of Council.D.600.D. Branches and Affederated Associations The newly formed Branches Leeds and District have been 5 for Cardiff afl&liated and District and to the Association ./ TWELFTH GENERAL MEETING.. Sc.—" The this afternoon is motion which I bring before you sympathy with the sorely tried Unineed not dilate on what they have first a vote of Belgium. the Hall of the Merchant Taylors' Company. The Classical is as nothing human agony and misery which the peoples of Association takes this opportunity of expressing sympathy with the sorely tried Universities The motion was passed by acclamation. January Sth. Disney Professor of Archaeology. Professor William Eidgeway. It now stands at nearly 1. 1915 On IN Friday. what they have endured these Universities . The President. I endured at the hands of those who are infinitely worse than Mummius. HELD LONDON.

Council further decided to arrange for a brief General Meeting to be held in London early in 1915 with a view to transacting the necessary annual business of the Association. Classical Association of Victoria continues to increase its its activities. The work of the Board is now at a standstill. Hellenic and Roman and one representative each of the Societies. Classical Materials Board In continuation of the policy indicated in its last Report. the Hellenic Society Society. and on behalf of the Association thanked the Council of the Northumberland and Durham Branch of the Association for their profiert d hospitality and for the work already undertaken in organizing the intended Meeting. and consists and the Roman functions of a proposed Classical Board has now been of six representatives of the Classical Association. the constitution Materials Board. The and Classical Materials constituted. casts and wall-pictures at present available and in use in British schools and colleges. appointed to be held at Newcastle in January. of it each Branch to be a Local Correspondent of the new appointments has been made. Meanwhile its Secretaries hope to prepare a list of models. the Council appointed five representatives of the Association to consider together with representatives of the Association for the Reform of Latin Teaching. three representatives of the Association for the Reform of Latin Teaching.THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 6 and have successfully concluded and to extend The numbers their first year's work. Place of General Meting The Council decided that in view of the European crisis it was advisable to postpone the General Meeting. . Local Correspondents The Council has decided that one officer of would be desirable to appoint In accordance with this resolution a large number Association. 1915. owing to the war.

H. Roby. they are able and willing to offer towards the re-establish- ment of the Library of the University of Louvain.REPORT OF COUNCIL 7 Oral Methods of Teaching Classics The Council has considered the question of appointing a Committee to inquire into Oral Methods of teaching classics. Grammatical Terminology The movement for unifying and simplifying the terminology in the of grammar. the Modern Language Association and the American Philological Association. Gardner Hale. The object and methods of this Committee are identical with those of the English and the two Joint Commitee on Grammatical Terminology of recommendations the in extent large a agree to Committees grammar. under the Chairmanship of Professor W. of facts fundamental the describe used to terms to be . of Chicago. the venerable scholar and jurist. and recalls with gratitude his long . Obituary Council regrets to record the death of Dr. J. of Trinity College. a Vice-President of the Classical Association. Books The Council for Louvain desires to call the attention of circular sent out inviting them members to a to inform Mr. what books. at their convenience. This Joint Committee was formed in 1911 by the common action of the National Education Association. has received a new ComJoint the of Report issue in final form of the American mittee on Grammatical Nomenclature. E. the but has decided. in consultation with the Association for Keform of Latin Teaching. Cambridge. The Report of the American Joint Committee has been endorsed by a Committee of the National Council of Teachers of English. that such a step would at present be premature. inaugurated by the Classical Association the through impetus years 1908 and 1909. Harrison. which proposes to recommend the Report for adoption by the National Council. if any.

Y. At the end of 1913 Mr. especially as Secretary of the Classical Association. W. and Dr. P. W. the new scheme for which is working well. R. S. the President alluded heavy loss which Classical Studies had just sustained by the death of Dr. For members this and every reason it desires again to remind all of the Association of the substantial service to classical study which they would render by doing all in their power to extend the circulation of the journals. C. The adoption of the Report of Council having been duly . number of foreign some other sources of revenue under the war. the vacancy caused Professor R. and the Editors of The Classical Review have been able to overtake conall its Classical Journals publications. Seaton was elected to fill by the retirement of Professor F. THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 8 and distinguished services to mission. J. .." In moving the adoption of the Report. the great Aristotelian scholar. Board Board reports a year of progress with The four Editors of The Classical Quarterly and The Classical Review have continued their valuable help and so has Mr. . The enlargement of both journals was maintained. Haverfield Conway was elected Chairman and Mr. whom he characterized as perhaps the most felicitous composer of Latin and Greek verse to the in recent years. Pantin Treasurer. R. Endowed Schools Com- and his generous friendship to the Classical Journals The Study and to higher Classical education. Mackail retired from the Board and the vacancy was filled by the Council by the nomination of Professor Gilbert Murray Mr. The number of subscribers to The Classical Quarterly has again somewhat increased that for The Classical Review is hardly more than stationary. Ingram Bywater. the Board has reluctantly determined upon In view of the very probable decline in the subscriptions for 1915 and pressure of a slight reduction in the size of both journals for the current year. Cyril Bailey with The Yearns Work. siderable arrears of book-notices. E. Tyrrell.

On the whole we need not take a gloomy view of the financial position in the special circumstances. to thank the especially and courtesy with which they have for the uniform kindness treated me during the last four years. the Treasurer's Report was then presented by said the retiring Hon. " I have for me now ceased to be Hon. but of divinity." The Hon. Treasurer and it only remains members of the Classical Association and the members of Council and my colleagues in office. I know. who. as you know. as our You . than last year. I should like also to ask for the same consideration on behalf of my successor. " Mr. Seaton.THE TREASURER'S REPORT 9 put and carried. through their Secretary and Trea: : have rendered account surer. therefore with great pleasure that I propose to President for the 2 coming year Sir you William Richmond. We must expect that the war will make some difference to an I desire to call attention to the great Association such as ours. a success which has been chiefly due to the devotion and persistence of Professor Rhys Roberts. Treasurer's Report was then formally moved from the Chair and carried. of law. we have of their stewardship for the last to look forward to the future and I have the honour to propose to you the election of the President for the year now beginning. R. Treasurer. success which has attended the foundation of a Branch at Leeds at the beginning of the year. we have had as our Presidents distinguished representatives of statesmanship. publication expenses is and the London meeting. of letters and of scholarship .279 as against 1. Mr. the receipts being £6 less and the expenses £37 more. who " The accounts for the year 1914 show that the receipts were : £412 and the expenses £440. The slight diminution in receipts due to rather fewer subscriptions having been received—viz. Still we carry forward a balance of £66 to this year. C. Ladies and GentleSir Frederic Kenyon men Now that the Council. The increased expenditure due to increased expenses for Council. In the past. President. year.314— and less amounts from the Associations is of Victoria and New South Wales. there is sented It is one important branch of human activity not yet repre- among our Presidents and that is the sphere of Art. 1. will not be able to give so much time to the interests of the Association as I have been able to do. of science.

Connal moved Professor the election of the Vice-Presidents and Members of Council. whose work is inspired by classical ideals.— THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 10 know William Riclimond. As members of Council to those who and Mr. We could not have found among the artists of the present day any one unless it were the President of the Royal Academy but as an artist — who could more fitly represent the painter's art to us from the point of view of classical inspiration. of Miss Strudwick. now Head I propose also the names Mistress of the City of London . not only as a distinguished Sir artist. by the addition of also propose Professor name the of Rhys Roberts." Watson having seconded the proposal. and said " It has been our custom to add the name of the retiring President to the list of Vice: distinction All will agree that the list will gain Presidents. I of the University of Leeds. William Richmond Sir has also taken great interest in the actual work of classical You remember archaeology. when Sir of Crete at that time Sir William . I am agree that the Council will be well advised in de- siring a continuance of their services. known to no one better than closely associated with His recent services to the Association him in for so connexion with the establishment of a Branch at Leeds have been referred to by the Treasurer. and make copies of the interest We the interest aroused at the time Arthur Evans discovered painted art Richmond of these ancient paintings. Caspari and Treasurer. retiring Secretary I propose Mr. Cradock human sides of activity which our have much pleasure in proposing the as our President for 1915. His eminence as a scholar and writer on classical literature and his services to the Association at various general meetings are familiar to us learning and to myself. many all. Seaton. the sure all will for the next three years in succession retire in the ordinary way. it was adopted. Professor Ridgeway. have in our new President one who shall therefore be will devoted to the interests of our Association and who will worthily represent one of the many Association touches. and his devotion to the cause of classical classical teaching is who have been years. in the palaces ofiered to go out That was a sign he took and always has taken in classical art. I Richmond election of Sir William Mr.

Caspari has also devoted himself most loyally to his work. Seaton and for the sake of work of this kind Mr. a distinguished Cambridge writer on Greek Tragedy. who will be remembered by those all 11 who were present at the Annual Meeting last year at Bedford College Mr. who at the last meeting read a paper on the teaching of the Classics as Literature. Mr. Caspari have this feeling. J. and Mr. W. R. work of Mr. Manchester Grammar School and previously at As our new Secretary (to take the place of Mr. opportunity on this occasion of congratulating appointment to Bedford College. however cordial. Williamson. Li regard to the new holders of these offices. Professor Slater. Both these ofiicers have enjoyed throughout their tenure of office felt the complete confidence of the Council . Caspari know very well how admirably they have performed their duties and what a considerable amount of time and thought on their part has been involved. is willing to . London. As one who himself held office for some time worth one's while to make sacrifices and I hope Mr. Mr. THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS School for Girls. who now become our teacher. Sheppard. and I hope they will have their reward in something better than a mere vote of thanks. Professor Sonnenschein. Seaton that it has been in exceedingly competent hands. Duke. especially in con- nexion with an Association so sympathetic and united as the Classical Association is and for a cause which they personally have at heart." Mr. T. I feel that it is . Seaton has been most strenuous in every matter relating to the financial side of the work of the Association and we have Secretary. I am sure they already have it — in the consciousness of service rendered. Livingstone of Oxford. which everyone will recall with pleasure. now will in whom we have an on his senior Secretary). —" I Members Council. Duke having seconded the motion for the election of the two Vice-Presidents and five were declared duly elected. an admirable classical scholar and experienced Oxford. as Secretary. they of have great pleasure in pro- posing a hearty vote of thanks to our retiring Treasurer and Secretary and also the election of a new Treasurer and a new Those who have been in close contact with the and Mr. Indeed. the Council has been fortunate in securing the services as Treasurer of Mr..

Mackail seconded and the proposal was adopted. though singu- ing a man competent larly modest as to his own secretarial abilities. W." efiective : " I feel I ought to begin with some sort of apology for the . Newcastle are required for military purposes. Sleeman seconded this motion. since all the available buildings in It proposal. the Council is of the — was intended. The President desired to associate himself with the Vote of new What he had Thanks. " That Council be invited to consider may best promote the practical and study of Latin in the non-classical schools where only a limited time can be devoted to the subject and 'scholarship' He said in the ordinary sense is out of the question. Here." Mr. pass a vote of thanks to our retiring officers and elect as our officers Mr. that the present meeting should have been held in Newcastle. able to put forward any definite not circumstances. That was impossible owing to the war.— THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 12 give his services. Williamson and Professor Slater. owing to special of the next General Meeting. fixing the time and place of the next General Meeting. " In the ordinary way a proposal is Sir Frederic Kenyon." Mr. made him feel seen of the work of the retiring officers that Professor Sonnenschein had said too little work they had done for the Association. Watson then brought forward the motion Mr. again. I think the general feeling of the Association must be that they wish to benefit by the hospitality which Newcastle has once ofiered when it becomes feasible. Under these circumstances perhaps the Association will leave it to the Council to make such arrangements as are possible later in the year. It is a great convenience to the Association that at least one of our secreI beg to propose that we taries should be resident in London. as you know. It is at present not possible to state whether the meeting can be held there next year or not. Cradock standing in his name. we have been fortunate in findin every way for the task. made to the general body of the Association naming the place This year. J. how our Association viz. The votes of thanks and the election of new officers were passed by acclamation.

London. at least.350 years and have not yet been dislodged. I but it is important to show the necessity for this resolution.' We all know what scholarship means. as it did me. Turning to the motion before noon to go into carried into as to details effect. testify to their work there from the fact that not only was privilege of being educated at the I educated there myself. owing to the march of democratic progress. no longer so and I had the — Merchant Taylors' School. that of our distinguished President and that of a humble Headmaster who proposes a motion. uncles. that that for the sake of a fortunate 5 per cent. Unfortu- nately scholars can be but few. many my of my my brothers.' THE STUDY OF LATIN 18 extraordinary incongruity of the Agenda which must hava struck many people. which. but it is difficult to define. whether classical or otherwise. We may describe it as a certain happy taste resulting from training and experience and carrying with it some creative ' ' ' power. Then there is the word scholarship. Taylors' School at Crosby by the Merchant Taylors— then Governors of the School. might have been worded better. I must admit. The expression non-classical schools is not a precise one and needs a word of explanation. some 95 per cent. but I ' do not offer this as a formal definition. I grant is The result is all boys as if they were going to be scholars. proposal should be a Committee which. and the misfortune of our public-school education — in the past we have educated — the reproach is less now. but my my uncles. great- be permitted this personal reference. have no cause to complain and I am proud that it should have fallen to my forward a proposal in this magnificent hall lot to bring because it enables me my to express in this presence obligation to the Merchant Taylors' Company for all that I am or have I was appointed to the headmastership of the Merchant in life. I me — I do how leave that to hope. though unfortunately. I. grandfather and at least one of Under the circumstances I hope I may father. over which they have ruled successfully for more I can than . . It means those schools which do not concentrate chiefly on classical study. will be appointed to consider not intend this after- this it. There are only two names on the paper.

so to Latin Franchise ' to those who want not the time to argue the necessities and advantages That question has often been discussed of the study of Latin. it gives us also the possibility of turning out a certain number among them. ' ' the greater number of boys up to a certain standard in Latin. outside this Association. now. But it is well that we should it. but. The teaching of arithmetic and geometry study of language. We want to maintain a link between the two and if we educate . on the other hand. whether writer or journalist. us not deny the ' the Civitas Bomana. there is if we lay too we should preserve a generation much stress on that endeavour. if limited. if we have only scholars.e. we run the danger of losing everything. we go too far. What I am aiming at in this resolution to secure through- is out the country a proper and effective. The question of Greek must be allowed to stand over for the time being.— — THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 14 have been broken on the wheel. No doubt it is a good thing that of scholars. If we cannot turn out scholars over the country all and scholars are the aristocracy of the world of learning — let us aim at something like a proletariat of Latin. an outer circle because. study of Latin. there is no connecting link between them and the great mass of uneducated people. that education which is given at ' a ' house as well as in ' any Council Secondary School in the country. and a large number of schools in this country still concentrate on the turning out of scholars. If. This applies not merely to the our public schools in the past each individual was educated as if he were to be an expert on each particular subject. or what- . We cannot all of scholars have the speak . This is from time to time emphasize the value to every individual. whether scholar or not.' but is only an is secondary education abbreviation for schools where a CharterEton or given i. full let classical franchise. but in my in all time used to be based on the assumption that each boy We have got away from that idea would be a mathematician. It is the average boy we are concerned with at the present time. danger of reaction and there has been reaction in the schools of more modern foundation and in those up and down the country which are classed as " secondary " schools word which to some suggests second-rate. though not altogether.

must be a purely practical one. And I maintain that at the same time we do something more. XX. We cannot devote much time to Latin and cannot aim at a lofty standard. Our main object. In my own school we can turn out very few ' We scholars. much the same reason. at the outside. to be observant and undoubtedly it gives them the power of they . nor the The American learns because he is the German boy because he has to. Can we achieve our object in Here we may learn something from a country from which we are not much inclined to learn just now. of refuses to learn for Special Reports on Educational Subjects. we can devote only hours a week to five or six that time ? it. namely. But both nations can teach us a great deal. have maintained that these methods cannot be applied to the English boy because of the diil'erence of material.THE STUDY OF LATIN ever he may be. commercial in the sense that we try to turn out good men to go into business and maintain high ideals in the ranks of English commerce. Now we have about four years in which to attain our object. push and alertness of the American. the study of Latin of 15 an educational as instrument. however. it teaches them to be accurate. quite apart from any literary or spiritual value may derive from its study. which contains valuable articles by distinguished . issued by the Board of Education. but at any Latin prose. Germany. What is the advantage of Latin to them ? I maintain that. We impart unconsciously a certain literary taste as well. to recast modern English from good models which may rate called is possibly not be the ' and in precise Eoman into a language language. while the English docility of the ' ' German.' are too near to Liverpool not to have mainly a commercial aim. Also we bring boys into contact with the original documents of Eoman some history and give them and insight into the spiritual ideals of the Latin poets prose writers.' affords them an excellent training logical thought. and. I have always protested against having American and German educational principles rammed down our throats. If you study the reports on the teaching of Latin in German schools— in Vol. The English I boy has not the ambitious boy . but the fact that boys have logical thinking. from twelve to sixteen.

even though their teaching methods may be quite impracticable in an English school. We of study the promote to do everything in our life of the Classical Association. power to promote the activity and the making its influence felt everyof motion this afternoon is that the wording my The where. a further question will arise as to Greek. in this instance. for is My point in that there pigeon-holed.THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 16 Headmasters. and Mr. this country in many We There and a is still grave danger of losing Latin study in greater risk of bad teaching of Latin of the smaller schools. is I bringing grave danger do not think myself that the Classical Association has that influence in the national life that it deserves to have . let us have before us a definite aim. must know what your aim is. Later on. the work of the Classical Association. I We want felt what a miserable total it was for our population. you definiteness of aim. Fletcher. have considered You this question before. time-table because . our consideration. for example. To determine that point should be. Subjects were thrust into the somebody demanded them. Paton of Manchester — ^you will find that the Realgymnasium and we are conTheir planning and adaptation of means to ends Germans map out good courses for the Oberrealschule. such as Mr. Association may best our consider how invited to be Council in some way wake the must Latin. Can we imagine. country up to the value of Latin. Time does not permit of further discussion of this now. My object on this occasion is to lay stress on the fact that the whole question is a very im- word But ! this definite practical portant one. but whatever we do. their aim and method. We have lacked Before you decide what to teach. and when it was stated this afternoon that our membership had increased to 1.600. will find a account of the methods and procedure adopted in the Report of the Curricula Committee in the Proceedings of full ' the Classical Association ' the subject up this afternoon of the whole thing being 1910. schools corresponding to the types sidering. now Headmaster of Charterhouse. Very much of our English education has been determined by mere opportunism. a class of English boys marking the accents in Greek by waving their arms as they pronounce each well deserve must not blind us to their strong point.

so that opportunities of doing more advanced work in Classics may not be confined to pupils in a limited number of schools." This was intended to be complementary to Mr. and a sense of the importance of Latin in the scheme of education. point that the Association should concentrate. but In towns. J. There was more danger of Latin Mips asked if being squeezed out in Mr. 3 . Professor Conway thought Mr. Dr. E. Cradock Watson's The amendment was not seconded. The attitude of most of the local authorities who control municipal or municipalized schools was very friendly to the study of Latin. or pedantic. Dr. because the lectures he advocated were the main work of the Branches and some of them had organized excellent schemes by which any school in their area could get lectures suitable for its motion.: DISCUSSION I have much pleasure in moving . 17 this resolution. or frightening This was what was needed to arouse interest in parents way. purpose. in this some distinction volunteering to subjects. the the chief work was English done Association. Crees asked leave to move an amendment " That Council be invited also to consider how the organiza- our tion of educational system may be improved. — Association in lecture a — for the purpose of volunteering occasionally to the larger manufacturing kindred body. Mackail expressed with Mr. Wood girls' schools might be associated with boys' schools in the motion. J. the case of good deal of a way by English lecture on scholars of their particular not in a scholarly. girls' Watson accepted this addition. himself The as latter being had in sympathy referred to the two dangers to be avoided (1) The risk that classical teaching might disappear from the schools and It was on the second (2) Bad or ineffective classical teaching." Mr. Cradock Watson. H. A. Cradock schools. They fact that there were : . Caspari seconded. Spilsbury suggested that some distinguished popular exponents of classical knowledge should be put on what might be called a " Panel " that Panel to be appointed by the Classical Mr. Spilsbury could not be in touch with any Branch of the Association.

Mr. Latin made teaching were .THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 18 wished Latin to be a real element in the education offered by them but. while others had three or four years. it be what what it time help to show the w ay to reform. at what age pupils began to learn. the officers of was the central authority had repeatedly had to recommend that in certain of these schools Latin should for the time being be dropped. many of the schools because the quality of the teaching so deplorable. was now taken and after tea the buildings. percentage were likely to take it for three or four years. in practice. But these different conditions were not taken into consideration when the aims of . In fact. to discover conditions obtained. In some the boys learnt from eight to eighteen and then went on to the University in others they learnt from ten to sixteen some girls did not begin it until fourteen and then had two years. Cradock Watson wanted to draw attention to the urgency of the whole question but did not think the present year a time for reconsideration of methods. Latin Latin was taught under very different conditions in the various schools. how and what were the aims of would clear the air and at the same old they were when they began that particular school. teaching was felt the plea for making the aims of Latin One of the chief reasons was to be ineffective its why haziness of aim. with and architecture. The Chairman proposed that the Council should be invited was to take steps to form a Committee and the resolution carried. the Council to appoint a Committee. them in arriving at a solution. if It rested with the Meeting approved the general principles raised by his resolution. Ryle endorsed teaching more definite. were by the courtesy of the Master and the Court thrown open to members of the The interval all their treasures of art . discussed. In order to concert the Association should put their best brains into the matter and he suggested if a Committee were appointed for that purpose. because as taught it was of little or no educational value. this should be the point kept primarily before Miss E. the to the boys and girls of their area endeavour to carry out that most laudable desire failed in . If investigations could into the various schools of the country. measures against that risk.

luxury and sloth. or Kataphronesis. I merely soldiers and politicians. would have to be changed. that she would fall an easy prey to any vigorous martial race. fixed for NewIt is also obvious castle. to hold annual meetings of their native land. first thank the Association for on me by electing me to the Chair it conferred which has been occupied by so many distinguished But my tenure of office has coinpredecessors. be highly immoral. He his Speech. who reassembled in President delivered " Ladies tlie Hall at five o'clock. It must be at once admitted that this contempt. would be singularly out of place at a moment when the noblest of our race are day by day laying down their lives hardly a hundred miles from where we are met.: THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH Association. with cided conditions unknown not only in the but in that of England meet at a time when the nation is engaged As soon as the war broke in a life-and-death struggle. This lethargy had led the leading minds in Germany. 19 when the said —My duty is to the great honour which and Gentlemen. for such a course would tend to the continued opiation of a nation so long drugged with every drowsy syrup of the world and which is even yet not fully awake. is in no small degree due not only to the attitude of certain . dealing with some side of classical studies. venture to say. if the conditions were in no wise abnormal. as the Greeks would call it. in order to keep the most ruthless of enemies from the shores Indeed. history of this Association. out it was obvious that not only the character but even the place of the Annual Meeting. that a presidential address of the conventional order. not of societies as would. but the professorial and was intellectual classes. We herself. to the conclusion that England so besotted by cowardice.

but also to that of British scholars. scientist to regard and this attitude with bitterness any to think for who ventured British scholar or scientist and if any one was he was held up to ridi- himself. The fact is generations British scholars. even though that might be only the worthless thesis produced by some young candidate for his doctorate. no one dreamed of inquiring whether the statements of the savant were correct or his arguments valid. write an article that work. then but ledge. In 1887 the asked me to on Umbria for the ninth edition of In it I embodied the results of a very editor of the Encyclopcedia Britannica. cule and odium for being so foolish as to try to con- trovert or improve This statement to upon the current views may seem my younger hearers. Robertson Smith. towards everything German. incredible to some. in Germany. so rash as to attempt to do so. careful re-examination of all the evidence up to date . with having plagiarized from him (Professor A. to research. It led had the ordinary scholar.THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 20 British politicians and educationalists. and that for the last two theologians with some scientists. theologians. and when Professor B. the practice of adapting wholesale from the Germans reached such a pitch that I remember a controversy in a leading weekly in which Professor A. charged Professor B. not a whit abashed. few exceptions. especially I speak from personal know- late Professor W. rejoined that as he had been the first to make the German idea known to England a still it was worse influence.). the last thing said in Professor A. Indeed. But his property. in other words. British and British men of science have aimed chiefly at being the first to introduce into this country Germany. But what was worse. replied by pointing out that he also could read German and had taken the point in question direct from its German source. theologian..

My only offence was that I had ventured to dispute what the Germans had Age men said. when rency admitted to The Hellenic Journal. I called the attention of the Council of the Hellenic Society to the baleful effects of such a policy as that pursued by their editors. I sent the the editor and some two months later he submitted your article to me gravely. the in President of the Society. But the classical scholars did not stand alone. and the strong line which he took against the then editors of the journal and another referee obtained admittance for my paper and that only in a sadly mutilated condition. when the paper had been well received on the Continent.THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH and I to the conclusion that a well-known theory came Theodor of article to Mommsen was untenable. Jebb. C. Nothing but the fine sense of justice of Sir R. article as it it as worthless have therefore decided to I stands. At the same time that I was endeavouring to get a hear- . I have asked each for his reasons other than this and none of them the of the condemning could give print your me such. But like my Metallic Currency. I have chief Roman historians said to 21 ' kingdom and they on the are unanimous in ground that it controverts Mommsen. A little later.' Robertson Smith and I in getting my paper which But all editors were not had the greatest difficulty like contained the principles of my Origin of Metallic CurYet. my Early of Greece got a hearty reception from the best in Germany. I had a still greater difficulty in getting a place in the same journal for my paper which contained the principles of my Early Age of Greece. it got an excellent reception Germany. with the result that that body passed almost unanimously a resolution approving the action of the editors. including the late Professor Furt- wangler. that book appeared later.

not only with the aid of another democratic state.— THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 22 my and colleague had made the first assault on Weismannism. the most vital Nothing element in their thought and art. a friend the fact that they were the proclaimers of the gospel of Weismann and controlled the Biological Journals. which has exercised a great influence since. to the same rigid test of criticism and all in their — — let us keep clear of those ' who ' are So overviolent or so overcivil That every [German with them] is god or devil. but. from Germany and everywhere else. (jbriZh ayav in excess. but submit every new idea. it was nearly two years before that paper. and that too with full acknowledgment. who men did power to stifle free discussion in this country and some of whom lived by preaching German ideas. . Take whatever seems the truth. But as all the British biologists owed their positions almost solely to ing for views. I had almost said.' many lessons which we scholars in from the Classics in reference to our own present condition and which we can in turn point out to others ? We are engaged in a terrific struggle against two great military monarchies. fortu- But are there not particular can learn nately. The Greeks had a great doctrine. theologians and scientists in the future write it upon the recording tablets of their minds.' Let British scholars. are now hurling denunciations on German science. whether the product of the greatest German or the humblest British subject. German scholarship and everything else German even German education in the columns of The Times and elsewhere. But now what a change who were always ! Some of those very lauding everything German. but also with that of a great military monarchy. could be published. one great military monarchy.

whatever these might prove. at least in his earlier career. was himself an aristocrat and a was his foresight and eloquence that persuaded the democracy to cease from wasting in public doles the revenue from It real patriot. Aristides joined the Athenian fleet at Salamis on the eve of the Just.THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH 23 with the struggle of Athens and the Greek States against the aggression of the Persian King naturally occurs to all. determined to share the fortunes of his native land on the morrow. the other hand. ' that well of the treasure- silver. Later. also the supreme power was not vested in one assembly. and instead house of the land. for the man of Macedon became master of the democracies of Greece. the former sank all party feeling in face of the common danger and. It is a pleasant comparison just now. composed of men who had served the state as archons. A brief inquiry into the causes of these two different When Athens results may not be without some value.' as Aeschylus termed On to build that fleet which overthrew the Persians. . as all know. although the aristocratic party were then no longer in power and their leader. Aristides the it. liable to be swayed hither and thither popular As yet like the waves of the sea by any demagogue whose flatteries and promises for the moment tickled their There was still a second chamber of great weight. and which exercised a fancy. however. entered upon the struggle with Persia she was not as yet wholly democratized . she The parallel became involved in another struggle with a military monarchy and this time the comparison is not so reassuring. for Greece triumphed over the military despot once and for all at Salamis. had been driven into exile by the demagogues and the mob. the leader of the popular party. the Areopagus. great battle. the mines of Laurium. Themistocles.

himself for inclination little had Athenian of that day triobol as a earn his military service and preferred to juryman. had led to a weakening of the blindly national fibre.. it must be remembered that the victories over Persia were not the work of an unaided democracy. entered upon and waged by an extreme democracy. Moreover. THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 24 potent and wholesome control passions of the people. The majority cast all the burdens of the navy and army on the middle and upper classes and Democracy spent in free tickets for the theatre the money formerly applied to National Defence. dealt a grievous blow to Athens. for beyond all doubt the Lacedaemonians. One example will suffice the decree passed by the Assembly on the motion of Cleon to put to death the whole population of Mitylene. who lived under monarchical institutions and rigorous discipline. In vain did Demosthenes urge universal service and imitate Themistocles by calling upon them to spend upon military preparations Macedon the revenues being wasted by the demagogues in against the impending attack of which were now . by robbing the Areopagus How on the whims and Ephialtes and Pericles. The flower of her citizens had perished in the thrice nine years of the Peloponnesian war. is too well shown by her later history. led by demagogues as foolish and incapable as they were corrupt and this destruction of her best breeding stock. not only had a large share in the issue. it must be full clearly borne in mind that Finally. but also by their example — inspired the military ardour of the Athenians. But when we pass on to the Macedonian struggle. the chief features of the earlier Athens are no more. chiefly her middle classes. of its power. at that period all citizens of military age had to take their share in the defence of their country. The ordinary was now complete.

to other states. but they saw it not before. from the Greeks. as in the Persian times. There are those who hope that by the fall of all military monarchies at no distant date democracy will be universal and that that universal peace of which . Again. Democratic principles. by this time Lacedaemon was no more. that of sending envoys to Philip and Aeschines. Then there was another device. bluntly said. She had never recovered from the fatal day of Leuctra and when the evil hour at last came. Athens ceased for ever to have any political importance. it did not provide a good bulwark against the enemy. meaning thereby kept the masses in good humour. so many dream we may will then materialize into fact. When danger drew near. in fact they looked to every one but to themselves. but these as often as not went Then they looked over to the enemy or mutinied. Demades. they thought of hiring mercenaries from that it this place and that. to assure the despot of the affection of Athens and to beg for his kind consideration. 4 learn a lesson . to the Thessalians. Finally. As one of these gentry. 322. philosophising and theorising had done their work and with the death of Demosthenes in b.c. the head of the Macedonian party. or clamour for the hiring of a like army from Japan. the Thebans. Democracy had run its full course. a psychological attitude which reminds us of those who in these latter days dream of bringing a quarter of a million of Russians to England. Athens had no Sparta to stand beside her. the Phocians. for help. But though it might prove good party cement.THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH 25 order to secure the adhesion of the mob. went on a Parapresbeia or irregular embassy. They too had dreams of a Golden Age. the Theorie fund was the cement of the constitution. a thing not without parallels in our own day.

But the history of the democracies of Greece. still more ambitious and grasping for commercial advantages and new territory than were those under monarchical institutions.' So much for the internal peace of democracies. No one w as allowed to take part in the legislature and administrawas sprung from three generations of full citizens. warns us against giving a hasty credence to this dream of perpetual peace whether within or without. Strabo gives us a complete answer by pointing illustrates graphically the inherent out that right down to Roman times Massalia con- tinued to have a constitution in which the aristocratic and democratic elements were admirably blended and balanced. But the Greek democratic states were. in our own day. I do not hesitate to say that if such it would be the greatest calamity a thing were possible. even when not confronted by a military monarchy. This weakness of democracy. whilst in the great struggle between Croton and Sybaris.THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 26 but far behind in the beautiful purple haze of the past and it therefore exercised not the slightest effect upon the great questions of their foreign policy and practical life. Athens herself was much more aggressive than Sparta. will be a world of unbroken peace. we have a typical instance of the ordinary feelings between republics and a stern warning against any belief that a modern world. Aristotle points out that at least one Stasis or revolution Greek polity with the single had taken place in every exception of Massalia. If we ask why Massalia did not share a like fate. such internal dissention gave opportunity to rivals and in too many cases led to a As hopeless struggle ended only by a foreign yoke. if possible. ending in the destruction of the latter city. known passage In a well- in the Politics. a practice which we might imitate with advantage. ^ tion unless he . filled only with democratic states.

nor avarice. always liable to unpleasant collision. 263. Carthage. never ruffled by the wind's In it no higher animals can live. however. 272 and the first Punic War began in The Romans had quickly perceived that to b.C. should get first fallen steps in B. . The day came when Rome had subdued all Italy down to Tarentum.c. Naboth's envy. Rome and Carthage afford us a means of further testing this theory. This doctrine of a world of democracies pervaded by a spirit of universal peace assumes that democracies. The world would be stagnant pond in some shady spot. hatred. mainland of Italy and thus did not lie in Rome's immediate path. humanity would perish from its own physical and moral corruption. and no longing for vineyards in the shape of new fields for commercial lead ' ' activity. if they could gain their purpose by diplomacy and treaties. slimy scum. that all that is is 27 Such a condition means noblest and the growth and vilest. malice. by which we must understand the demagogues that them. have neither ambition. The Romans then looked across the great sea towards Libya and their statesmen and generals dreamed that Rome too. had been first in the field in but she the establishment of a great colonial empire carefully refrained from any aggrandizement on the .' were not long deferred. Both were republics. like a but it is filled to overflowing with all the lowest and So in a world of perfect peace basest forms of life. they were not close neighbours. mantled over by a greenish. as well as Carthage. ' The Tarentum had a place in the sun. Her people were set upon trade and merchandise and never resorted to war. like England.THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH that ever befell the the death of all prosperity of human race. fresh purging blasts. claimed to rule the waves of the Western Mediterranean. They.

But there was one man who saw farther into the future. only to be destroyed by the elements or the foe. worthy of imitation in every age. might have been far different. we do not derive from them one jot of that medley of broken treaties and inane or inoperative conventions and declarations known as International Law. But with a resolute determination to fight it to a successful issue. they reorganized their forces. Fleet after fleet was built. in the ' ' . 202 Carthage entered upon her last agony. Rome had made a new life of prosperous ease. But Hannibal's efforts in Italy were thwarted by the peace party at home and with the battle of Zama in B. 241 triumphed over those who had so long ruled the waves. built a fresh fleet and in B. Rome knew no Law of Nations except the law of all Nature. The commercial peace party at Carthage gladly came to terms hope that they would be allowed to carry on their trade and that Rome would not trouble them further.C. Her merchants and popular leaders still hoped fondly that Rome would be satisfied with her now helpless condition and that by submitting to every contumely from their haughty victor and her ally Masinissa.28 THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION cope successfully with Carthage they must become a maritime power. that of force She only bided her time till the Carthamajeure. great man been properly supported and had the Carthaginians themselves depended less upon mercenaries. Hamilcar succeeded in his grand deHad this sign and left all ready for his son Hannibal. could the day of doom be averted from Carthage. and solemn treaty with Carthage.C. But though we owe to the Romans our Jurisprudence and much of our Civil Law. nay. Carthage might continue her True. the history of Italy. even of Europe. and realized that only by building up an empire in Spain. where there was a store of military material.' Beyond the ius fetiale.

Great armies had to be kept constantly in the field to defend her ever-widening borders. Gradually her frontiers were protected by hired armies of barbarians and the day was not far distant when these firm .' To save themselves from the mob now its ' largely composed of freed slaves and other aliens and their descendants. There was still a strong middle-class element. for the Patrician element continued to wield great power in the Senate and the sturdy middle classes were as yet unimpaired.THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH ginian fig ' was ripe. even though the ancient Roman yeomen had almost totally disappeared and their lands had been merged in the vast estates of wealthy parvenus (often of foreign origin) who belonged to the Equestrian Order or Knights. the middle classes gladly accepted the rule of Julius and later that of Augustus. 29 The Carthaginians complained Cato was of the encroachments of the Numidians. On the contrary. sent as an envoy to Carthage and on his return ended made with the ruthless words. But the populace of Rome had little inclination for military service. delenda In our own day the only response to every speech he est Karihago. Yet Rome was doomed in turn to fall. so the Roman Senate owed overthrow to some of its own ambitious members. But the Rome that built the empire was not a pure democracy. But that extreme form of democracy which proved fatal to so many Greek states had no reign at Rome. whose moderation soon restored law and order and devoted to the needs of the state the vast sums annually lavished on corn doles to the populace. Carthage was levelled to the ground and Republican Rome remained the victor. it had the same elements which gave strength to Massalia and to older Athens. But as the Areopagus was destroyed by ambitious aristocrats who led the mob. certain overtures has been delenda est Britannia.

patriotism. son. he meets the foe. him dead for thine and thee. in the words all. depend upon If a state is to survive. The He that runs may highest duty of every citizen read the lesson. kindred. ready. Tenny- . No function of a citizen is so noble as the defence of country. shields of their bodies for their of passionate patriotism Roman rings out through every page of early and history with which Macaulay has caught this note that has given a lasting popularity to the Lays of Ancient Rome. So far from making a nation aggressive. Bernhardi regards it as making for peace. That beat to battle where he stands Thy face across And gives the A moment. to way of The same note native land. were them- barbarians. In the great days of Athens the leading principle was intense love of country and devotion to her service and this the best in make of Pericles. selves to march down into Italy and enter the Eternal City. In both Athens and Rome with the advance of democracy devotion to party it is the skill usurped the place of patriotism and with this debasing influence went hand in hand the disinclination politics to military service. strikes fire . He The battle to his hands while the trumpets blow. and is mode in which this can express itself is by each being trained to arms and thus fitted to defend the noblest his native land. with all an instinct not confined to man. the sure precursor of death. treaties or foreign aid. : sees his brood about thy knee next. his fancy comes. that comatose condition. perhaps has voiced best it Thy voice is heard thro' rolling drums. wife or unselfish and it child. of all singers.: THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 30 under princes of their own. for he shares the noblest of the lower animals. Let no one be startled at universal training. like And . but must not must train it it up its sons to defend their hearths and homes.

entrusted moment there comes the tug of war. it has been dissipated in the course of the last (Applause. and I is the may say do not think that Ireland place to go to at any time in search of such freaks. nor be held in the place which had decided mind to welcome us. I we all experience at this the splendid oration to us. eft'ectively and in trailing for he seemed to have a large number you and me to tread upon. I will not traverse the Presi- . Certainly we have never accused our President of the year of possibly the same being an ultra-pacifist. but these easy tasks are very often the most dif&cult. I think you will agree with me that the Coimcil was well advised in not abandoning altogether the holding of the Annual Meeting. But. a very simple and by the Chairman of sight easy task has been entrusted the Council. Dr.) I said it was an easy task that was entrusted to my haiids. had a misgiving crossed the any member of the Association here present as to the first of advisability of holding our meeting here to-day. I ought.pL<jT0S dfj-vveffdai wepl TraTprjs. to my hands— to move a Vote of Thanks to our President for the address to which we have just listened. at first — " Ladies and Gentlemen. and thirty centuries have not deadened and no lapse of time can ever deaden the sound of in shorter that great voice : ' Eis oluvbs 6. and may be true when Irishman meets Irishman. Eidgeway it— which he has addressed have scarcely any qualification of crystallization. who fights for hearth already compass. I that the President on the present occasion has certainly suc- ceeded in twirling his shillelagh most his coat-tail for — or tails. to attempt in some sort of way to focus and crystallize am the feeling of appreciation and gratitude which. I that — as I must call to Professor it to I my know why hardly for for this chemical act Sir Frederic Kenyon may have thought hands. the same calm tranquillity and absence of preoccupation as usual. I cannot but feel sure that half-hour. though it could not be held this year with the same success. Macan. Sir Frederic Kenyon. of him though and home. perhaps. except that he when Greek meets Greek sure.— THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH Homer had 31 made Hector say the same.

The glory of history is not the moral. I I factitious or line. while do not altogether accept have spent the best part of my all his life in fallacy of didactic history. democracies and democracies. but my own formula on way to avoid war is to have that subject would be that the only which is impossible. wide world : Pax Romana and then it was peace because an only Caesar made it. Again. be content with that. I feel almost like regard the President in any case extempore criticism. for instance. Take that question of democracy. as immune from tured into that for the I but I should so. The so-called democracy of Athens is a pure illusion. preaching against the my had pupils (when I any) to study ancient history simply for the pure love of the The subject. .u his moral. The President I have some misgiving about those analogies. thing as a democracy really in the ancient world — not a real — democracy because they were all slave-owning aristocracies. delenda est Karthago and. there is something to be said for the German never had had an Areopagus. attempted to do laying a finger on the ark. I Germans I if I say that. 'f hope he won't mii. if you are to look to ancient history for analogies and precedents. is so intensely interest of ancient history lies in the fact that human. It is no use making any general statement about democracy at all. There is There are no end to them. You have to study the history of each particular state on its own merits and. as to Rome and Carthage and ancient Roman history. himself reminded us that Cato went about declaring. but I if ven- shcild not on this occasion hold a brief ! have very few qur with him in regard to the Ancients. . point of view in regard to this particular parallel Britannia ! Again.THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 82 dent's speech I if . in exhorting I heartily endorse examples in detail. even if it The ordinary Athenian citizen was a full-blooded aristocrat in all his feelings. There never has been peace in this world except when there was the but one state in the wide. but the story and there was no such . but whether one can morals in detail from the ancient examples sit I it down and draw do not feel quite so sure. at the end. I quite cracies or republics not to : delenda est agree that you cannot trust demo- make war. Therefore a good deal might be said in regard to details on this topic.

I never was guilty do that. But I dismissed that thought.'' Mr. have been living in a state of opiation. at any rate. with what he said at the commencement. Some have urged (like myself some six months ago) ' 5 I . that. and wondering whether there was not something of that incongruity in our busying ourselves about the classics at such a time. Presidents and everybody else should be compelled to speak. myself the lines of literature and. when she does issue shape of small Sibylline leaves which I find And then too I could not help repeating to : Nam neque nos agere hoc patriai tempore iniquo Possumus aequo animo. I have a particular liking came here I this afternoon for anything because there seemed to me to be a real grace of incongruity in the Classical Association meeting in Threadneedle Street. while if I had still heart and without a paper before him. as I always do. It struck me that the Old Lady who is supposed to be the genius of this particular street was not very fond literature.— " Ladies and Gentlemen. full I certainly won't down without sit accord with the conclusion 38 — If there is President's call to service for the country. whatever the issue. instead of reading papers to audiences. for.' a person speaks do cordially agree I do think that we or. from the worth. my expressing the practical conclusion — our one moral which we may safely draw from ancient history it is that the citizen owes his whole heart and soul and life to the country which is his very alma mater. it is in the readily fly away. Page (Charterhouse). it has been removed by the admirable and most interesting address delivered by the President.VOTE OF THANKS However. I know when I used to read theology that there was one thing among the Articles which it was said you must not accept and that is the theory of deserving grace of congruity. which makes me wish. one this is not an evil hour but a great hour for our country ' in which — ' it is beginning to show its true greatness and its true any notion that our proceedings here might possibly be incongruous. not fully understanding the great responsibilities that lie upon this country. When from the heart it comes right home to you. but of trying to incongruous and . as our President has.

urged that some six months ago and were met in the name what of duty of doing his to his country. should show himself capable We its defence. He starts with Omnis Gallia in tres partes divisa est think you are going to have something very simple of that. Some six years had to WTite a review of De Bello Gallico and. do believe that neither in our schools nor Universities ought anybody to be considered properly trained who has not learnt that great lesson of all education we have been reminded teach us — the one thing which this afternoon that classical history does —that the duty to his country is the first duty of every citizen. was struck by the fact that Caesar was ago I the finest political pamphleteer the world has ever produced. And may I say a word have always been of the opinion that as I have mentioned classical history. a defence of one of the most atrocious in- mitted. giving the best of his strength in called Liberalism with a defence of non-interference is with the rights of anybody. I have done. about Mommsen.THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 34 that one qualification of a good education should be that a man. lent dignity to classical study and have shown that it is a study . That is one of the worst things which Mommsen set himself deliberately to advocate. in ways that are totally dark and devoid of all honesty and decency. strous fruit. not in the interests of recorded in history. the policy of Csesarism. who ought We men were met with scorn by and I have heard with pleasure the view just expressed by the Master of University because it does give us a really good hope for the in the Universities future. Ladies and Gentlemen Whatever else the Classical Association has not done and perhaps its positive achievements are fewer than they might have been— : — it has taken care that the presidential chair should be occupied by a series of men who have. instead . that might is and the power to destroy weaker nations in the interest of what he called Roman civilization. Mommsen I has been considerably overrated. his work fractions of human freedom is and you but. of acts com- Rome but of personal ambition. by their character and position. with one more remark. but which now is called German Kultur. I to have knowTi better . reading it through for the first time. of which we see to-day the terrible and monright. a young man.

and that." The Vote of Thanks was then passed by acclamation. and to you for giving me so patient a hearing and for the honour conferred on me last year by your appreciation of my — Now have a last task to perform. we may go back to our good honest English system of trying to appreciate of that what is so is the real soul and spirit of the ancient writers. hazard the guess that. but I occurs it We hopes. I believe he Ridgeway. the Wardens. as it always ought to be. We were told this afternoon that it had been occupied by men of science. " Ladies and Gentlemen. by orators. have spent part of your office in a time of war. what them worthy of love. do hope that when next will occur in this anniversary happier circumstances and with new believe that this Association will in that new era have a great work before it. a discredit to honesty and a reproach to learning. seems to possess . after this war. by theologians. because. it has ' I will. I cannot help thinking. he gives to that term a worthy meaning. I . to our great regret. is fit to bear that good old title. which is to ask you to pass your warmest Vote of Thanks to the Master. the changes that come will be so vast and striking that they will call for the best ability of workers in every department of life. whatever he is professor' He is a man who of. though to-day. what great an example and what it is that that makes it is that makes entitles them it them to play the part they have played in the past in the education of our youth. almost these all qualities. sir. You. however. I venture to say that it will be one of the chief duties of all societies endeavour to see that the study of classical literature shall remain. I owe my best thanks to the proposer and seconder of the Vote of Thanks to me.VOTE OF THANKS 35 worthy of the highest intellects. perhaps. if you accentuate it wrong and put the accent on the last syllable. but he really does so particular he is professor I am at is many things this moment called Professor that of what in totally ignorant. the Court and the Clerk of the Merchant Taylors' poor efforts. by men of all sorts of capacities and the present occupant of the chair. The President. having got rid of some like this to mass of Teutonic learning which has encumbered and almost crushed classical study these forty years. become. an integral part of English education.

' It was wisely con- — ' cluded that your meeting should not be classed under that category. but I will put your boy on the classical side. do you ? I asked. I do. Do you put salt on that bed ? Yes. I think it is no breach of confidence to tell you that.' he replied. " It has been a great pleasure to the Master and Wardens of this Company to grant you the use of the premises on this occasion. He wished to be an engineer. was pressed. The Master of the Merchant Taylors' Company. I can only put it now in the same way as I did when I sent my younger son to school." This was passed with acclamation. It has say that though I been a most interesting meeting to me. we should not be I divided on the entertainment question. who had a very nice house and garden. The school authorities said he had better go on the modern side. it was seriously considered whether it would be right in the existing circumstances to grant the use of the hall for an entertainment. am not sure whether. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . so I said to the master.' " The meeting then terminated. even then.' I asked. however. when this question came before the Court.' he answered. I hope the day may never come when the classics will fall into disuse. I can only wish my Wardens and Court had been present too. sonal point of of your society view. Have you got an asparagus bed ? He seemed rather puzzled but answered. may Speaking from a per- can only say that I hope the I life be as long in the future as that of the Merchant Taylors has been in the past.' You don't expect your bed to grow salt. I preferred that he should be put on the classical side. No. Yes.THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 36 Company for allowing us the use of this magnificent hall and permitting us to roam at will through this splendid building with its tapestries and works of art. I cannot wish you anything better. The advice.

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The Right Hon.C.C. The Right Reverend Edward Lee Hicks. Sc.L.FORMER PRESIDENTS OF THE ASSOCIATION 1904. Master of Trinity College. The Very Reverend Henry Montagu Butler.C..C.S. S. Professor William Ridgeway. D. G.L. Lord Bishop of Lincoln. H. M.. 1909.D.S.L.Litt.. Butcher..A.. Cambridge. Sir R. P. D. 1905.. O. Sir Frederic Kenyon. K. D. 1908..D.. Director of the British Museum. F..L.B. 1914. LL. M.D.C. Asquith.L. D. D. Sir Archibald Geikie.. Cambridge. D.P.C.C. Disney Professor of Archaeology..S.A.. The Right Hon.A.C.. D. Prime Minister. Litt. LL.D..Litt. The Right Hon. D.B. K. 1913. D.. the Earl of Cromer. H.C.. F.D.. K...D.B. H. 1907..R. D. K.C.R.B. G. 1910.C..B.M.S.. Lord Curzon of Kedleston.C. LL. the Earl of Halsbury..D. LL. Lord Chancellor. 1906..D.C.. President of the Royal Society.LE. Esq.D..L.C.L. LL. Litt. Master of the Rolls. The Right Hon. 44 . F.. The Right Hon.L. G. F. LL. Collins. M... H. 1911.D.D.P. 1912... Ph.D.

C.A.C.R. Cambridge. LL..B.. D. Litt. LL.B. LL.D..D.C. D. The Right Hon.C.Litt.I.E. M.A.D. D.D.. Sir Archibald Geikie. F. Sir Frederic Kenyon..B. F.. Litt. Lord Bishop of Oxford.D.... VICE-PRESIDENTS The Right Hon. F. D.M. D.C. Charles Gore.C.C..C.S.L.. LL. Sir R.. M. F.D. D. Edward Lee Hicks.. the Earl of Cromer...D. LL.C. K. Most Rev.B. Professor W. K. Professor F. Cambridge. D.A.S. F.B. Manchester.. D. Master of Trinity College. H. \ B.A. R.L. Chief Justice of New South Wales.A.M. Earl Curzon op Kedleston. K. Director of the British Museum.Litt. M.. H. K...D. P.R..R. F.B. Conway.R.A.L..L. K.D.. LL. G.I. D.... Chicago. F. F.B. The Right Rev.P... The Very Rev.D. Richmond. D.L. The Right Hon.. O. The Right Rev. The Right Hon.. Henry Montagu Butler. G.. Lord Bishop of Lincoln.G.L.L. Finlay.C. B.. Gardner Hale.M. Cullen..C..C. The Hon. Lord Archbishop of York. K. D.. O.S. Cosmo Gordon Lang.. The University. The Right Hon. LL.D. D.C.S. LL. Oxford..C. LL.D. D.. G.A.L. Professor R..B. Haverfield.D.S.D.C.. Sir W. Asquith.. S.D. Ph..S.. 45 . D.D.C. G.C.OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR 1915 PRESIDENT Sir W. the Earl of Halsbury.I. and The Right Hon. Professor Henry Jackson.C.

Esq.. M.. Merton College. H. Sonnenschein.A.. M. Bart. Lorimer.. University College. High School for Girls.A.A. Miss E. LL. W. Dobson. D. M. London. Esq. F.L. Leeds. President of Magdalen College.. Adelaide.. Gardiner.C.. M.V. Oxford. D. J. Professor Sir Herbert Warren. M. Sheppard. Professor W. W.. . Bedford College.A.D.B... M. Birmingham..L. Professor J. Sc. Miss H. Viscount Morley of Blackburn. Esq. Maunde Thompson.D..S.. Professor H. Bart.C.C.C. Litt.. D. Mr.M.APPENDIX 46 Alex. The University. Esq. J. Professor W. Strudwick. Sir Edward J. Somerville College.D.. 0. Litt...A. Livingstone.A.C. M. Litt. Professor E..B. Professor J. LL. F. F.M..C. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. COUNCIL Miss M.. Ridgeway. The Right Hon. Oxford. Corpus Christi College.D.A. MacGregor. Esq. .. Warden of Trinity College. D. Bristol.. Litt. The University.. P.D. P. President of the Royal Academy. K.A.A. D. Alford.. L. M. Hendy. The Hon. Leeper.D. M. Mackail. M. The University.D.W. D. City of London School for Girls.. T. The Right Hon. G. M. Esq. N. Armstrong College. O. D. M.A. J.L.C.R. R. Esq. LL. LL. Cambridge. G. Postgate. Allen. Cambridge. Rhys Roberts.A. Principal of Isleworth Training College. Darnley Naylor......L. Esq.A. Sleeman.. D. Miss M.D.. London.B..A. M. B. Birmingham....D. S.A. Liverpool. LL. Esq. Westfield College.D.. Esq. E. M... J.A. Litt. Professor Gilbert Murray.G.. Justice Phillimore.. Earl Loreburn.Litt. LL.. R. Sir E. Melbourne University. P.C. D..A.D.C.. Brock.O. King's College.B. London. A.A. Poynter.. King Edward VI.....L. J. Sheffield.Litt. Caspari. N. Oxford. Wight Duff.L.. D.D.Litt. F. F.. M. Oxford. M. F.A. F. Oxford.B. LL.C. Epsom College.D. Professor J.

Slater. M.A.. Esq.. 46. Man- chester.D. R. Jesus College. Professor D.. London. M.B. Esq. HON.: OFFICERS 47 H.A. A.. Williamson. Liverpool. N. : Postgate. SECRETARIES W. M. P. F. . M.W. Merchant Taylors' School. Representing the Classical Association of New South Wales : E. Duke.. HON. Garnsey.A. Representing the Classical Association of Victoria Miss F. Esq. Representing the Classical Association of South Australia Professor J..A. H. TREASURER H.... M. Stawell. Pendleton. Crosby. Esq. Park Road. Litt.A. Cradock-Watson. Cambridge. Bedford College. B..A.

May 28th. it may deem necessary member. 1906. 1910. the Council. 1914." 2. The Council shall be entrusted with the general administra- tion of the aflFairs of the Association. The Association shall consist of a President. Vice-Presidents. two Secretaries. The officers of the Association shall be members thereof. a Council of fifteen members besides the Officers. 1. 1908. The Council upon due shall meet as often as at every meeting of the Council five shall 6. 1912. January The name llth. . subject to any special direction of a General Meeting. and in particular (a) : To impi^ess studies to upon public opinion the claim of such an eminent place in the national scheme of education teaching by free (b) To improve the (c) and methods. and ordinary Members. Classical Association. RULES Adopted at the first General Meeting of the Associatim. shall have control of the funds of the Association. of January 9th. 4. The objects of the Association are to promote the development and maintain the well-being of classical studies. and shall be ex-offido members of 3. 1904 Aniended at the General Meetings of January 5th. the Association shall and January be "The 13th.— . notice issued by the Secretaries to each It shall be within the competence of the Council to 48 make . and. a Treasurer. To encourage investigation and call attention practice of classical discussion of its scope to new friendly intercourse and discoveries (d) To create opportunities co-operation among all for lovers of classical learning in this country. and form a quorum. 5. October lOth. .

The General Meeting of the Association shall be held annually in some city or town of England or Wales which is the seat of a University. Secretaries. and in particular shall prepare It the list of agenda and determine what papers shall be read. the Chairman to have a casting vote. Vice-Presidents. Vice-Presidents. of the Council shall be elected for three years. Rule least six weeks before the Notice of resolutions sent in under this shall be circulated to Members together with the names of the respective proposers. the place to be selected at the previous General Meeting. but vacancies occurring in the course of the year may be filled up temporarily by the Council. Ordinary members shall be elected by the Council. notwithstanding. President. but shall be shall be elected for Members 11. The 10. The annual of either sex 15. The 8. The Election of the Officers and Council at the General shall be by a majority of the votes of those present. of the Association shall be open to all persons who are in sympathy with its objects. the Chairman to have a casting vote. or at any place within the limits of the British Empire which has been recommended by a special resolution of the Council . 7. 7 % sub- .RULES rules for its own 49 procedure. shall be elected for one year. 13. one year. provide that one-third of its original members shall retire in the year 1905 and one-third in 1906. Any member who may desire to propose a resolution or to read a paper at the General Meeting shall give notice accord- ingly to one of the Secretaries at date of the Meeting. The President 9. 12. and the Secretaries eligible for re-election. shall also have power to bring before the General Meeting without previous notice all business which it considers urgent. 16. Meeting 13a. on retirement shall not be For the purpose lapse of one year. Treasurer. The Council shall make all necessary arrangements for the conduct of the General Meeting. and eligible for re-election until after the of establishing a rotation the Council shall. and Council shall be elected at the General Meeting. the Treasurer. and shall not be eligible for re-election until after the lapse of five yeais. Membership 14. provided always that questions before the Council shall be determined by a majority of votes. There shall be an entrance fee of 5s.

Classical Association shall relations with other bodies having like objects with upon their application to the Council and by vote of the same. 10. without entrance any year members elected during the shall count for the ensuing year.15 mentioned in Rule 3. The Council shall in each case determine the contribution payable by any such body and the privileges to be enjoyed by its members. subscriptions of last of may Libraries 16a. a limited period (not of Council beyond . Members who have paid the entrance fee of 5s. The three months payable and due on the 1st of January in each year. Rules of the Association shall be made by vote at a General Meeting. 12. may compound for all future subscriptions by the payment in a smgle sum annual subscriptions. The have power to enter into its own. of any body so associated is sliall If not apply to the President unable to attend the meetings of Council. of fifteen 18.. nor shall they have any of the rights or privileges of members beyond such as they shall enjoy through the operation of this rule. upon notice given by a Secretary to each member at least a fortnight before the date of such meeting. office be a Vice-President of the Classical But the members of the associated body shall not be deemed to be members of the Classical Association. 17. the Council shall have power to invite that body to nominate a representative to serve for exceeding one year) as an additional member the numbei. an annual payment subscribe by of 5s. and 16 the Vice-Presidents created under this rule. fee. 20. Alterations in the list of the Association. The Council have power to i-emove by vote any shall member's name from the 19.APPENDIX 50 scription shall be 5s. The provisions of Rules 8. The President of any body so associated sliall during his term of Association.

NAMES AND ADDRESSES OE MEMBERS lid is compiled from information furnixhed by Members of Association... T. B. Manchester. 65.A.. D. A. whose names an asterisk is prefixed are Life Members. Allen.A. M. Abbott. Maida Vale. Antrim.C.A.. Mrs. K. A. Eev. Dorset.. AiLiNGER. M. Edgbaston. West Didsbury. Miss.. M. Ainslie. Abernethy.. F.. Lisconnan. S. School House. 13. Clifford. St. Francis Road. T. W. G. Adcock. S... Otago University. Park Road. Oxford. Agar. S. Queen's College. Williamson. Prof. Birmingham. M. Alington.A. Cambridge. •^* This the Abbott. Clapham High School. Miss E. Adams.A. Adams. T. Cambridge. and Members are requested to be so kind as to send immediate notice //awy Permanent Change in their addresses to H. Manchester. Oxford. *Allen.. St. M..Z. Clyde Road. R.A.. F. M.A. p.. Cambridge. Jesus College. E. Merton College. M. Bishopshall West.D. M. Xavier's College. Miss G. *Alder. M.B.B.... Andrews. B.. Barnstaple. S.W. A. E. Allen. Sherborne.A. 3£{ss A.A. Gloucester Gardens..D. C. Acer.R. Manchester. Barton Road.J. 11... St.. M. Miss E. Affleck. Portsdown Road.. M... Adam.. Dervock. R.. King's College.G. 180.. Grammar School. The Grammar School...B. Radegund's. M. V. Abel..A. L. Esq. Dunedin.A. S. 51. W. Abrahams.. *Alford. N.. 51 . Cambridge. N. Shrewsbury..A. Co. L. M. H.. Aldersgate Street. Miss H. B. S. M.. Inglis Road... Allbutt. Bishop's Road. Greenhill. Sir T. Ealing Common. The Members to loith a view to corrections in the 7iext published list. 46. E. Eev. 84. M. W. W.A. 21. M.A.. Pendleton.S. Bombay. LL. Miss M.

. Manchester. Berks. Head Master.. 19. Miss A. Cambridge. Oxford. Hermit's Hill. Magdalen College School... W. The University.APPENDIX 52 Allen.. Lady Margaret Hall. M. Manchester. M. Armitage. I. C. Cranley Gardens. Rome. West Didsbury.C.A. N. F. Clifton Hill. W. Liverpool College. D.. F. King Edward's High School for Girls. F. *A8HBY. Birmingham. B. B.. Strathray Gardens. Sui-rey.L. Ilkley F.. Miss M. Brackley. V.. Edinburgh. F. Manchester.. Bangor... Junr. G. B.... C.A. Surrey. G.... Alton. Apperson. Bryn Seiriol. B.. M.C.A.. Marlborough College.. Scaleby Hall. *AsHT0N. Archibald. M. K.G. A. Armstead.. Liverpool. AsHBEE. Victoria Park. A. Miss D.. L. Royal Grammar School.A. North Wales. Antrobus. British School.. Miss E.. J. H. Esplanade... Angus. Lee-on-the- Solent.B. M. Mrs. AsHTON. Perse School. N.A.W... Bucks.A. E. Antrobus.P. T. 2. Egerton Hall.A. W. J. Allwood. . R.A. Cambridge. W. Hampstead. Vice-Principal. M. C. Anderson. S. Pupil Teachers' Centre. E. Edinburgh House School. Sir E. M. M. Wilts. W.. .D... Almond. L. Hertslets.. Pev. AsHwiN.. N.C. Y. 20. Sheffield.. Rt. H..C. Oxford.. Prof.. Scarborough. Arnison. M. Grammar School. C. Ifiss E. Atkinson. Argles. *Atkey. Ladbroke Square.. Anderson..M. Huyton. N. S. The College. Dublin. Newcastle-on-Tyne.. Archdeacon W. Yorks. M. Heycroft.. 57. 3fiss H. B. T. Arnold.C. G. AsQUiTH. Miss D... Anderton. Cavendish Square. a. Hants. C. B. * Atkinson. Warwick. Cranleigh School. Sir E. Miss E. M.D. Anderson. Althaus.. *Arnold... Claygate. G.C. LL. Neville. M. M. M. Wright. M. H. M.A. J. New Street. F.. Burghfield Common Mortimer. J. L..A.. Public Library.. Anderson. High Wycombe. Myton. The University.T. K. *Anderson.A.. Carlisle. Bombay.W.W. Christ Church. Ven. 9.A. E.A. Sutton-on-Hull. Trinity Hall. 5.. Roseburn Cliff.. Trinity College.A.A.. Ashford. Eon.. K. M...S. H. R. C. B. Lancashire. 37. Litt.. F.A.A.S. Prof. Appleton. 18.R. Elphinstone College.A. 4. Allison.

A. Rt.A. Rev. Hardwicke Court. E. York.A. J. 52. King Edward VI. Eton College.W.. London. Barker.. B. J. G.A. Bloomsbury Square. 426. E. Baker-Penoyre.. Oxford..A. M.A. Wood borough Road. Norfolk. Staffs.... Ballinger. John's Vicarage.A.. M. 40.. M.A. St. M. A. Cambridge. Kent. Atkinson. Miss D. Rev. Bailey.C. Queen's Gate Gardens. Camp Birmingham.. C. M. E. G.. Bromley. Downham Market. B.A. Baker. S. Nottingham.A.. S. Miss K. Hill. a. Ross. White House. Charing. Edgbaston. Windsor. Barkby. Barker. John's College.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 53 Atkinson. C. P. Hanworth Road. H. Oxford. Baines. Prof. E. M... Merchant Taylors' School. W. Balfour. The University.A. Cardiff.. P. Miss L..A. Eccleston Street. Stradsett Hall. W.A. M. Exeter College. B. Miss E. Barker. B. Canon P.. B. Norland Square. .. Guyscliffe. Miss M. S... Toronto. Miss E. Hants. Hounslow. Liverpool Collegiate School. Lloyd. Miss G. Ball.G. M. D. Balliol College. Birmingham. H. Stirling Road.D.. Shaw Street.. Roath. M. L.A. University College. Battersea. Ball. Gloucester. Birmingham. Bakewell. M. Barber...A. Austen-Leigh. Baldwin. Athenjeum Club. B. B. J. J. Montcalm. ff.A.. Badley. M. Ball. York Mansions. Bampfylde. E. M. Baillie. F.. Ross. Canada. Grammar School. B. 9.P. Olton. F. Bailey..Chantrey House. AuDEN. S. J. Kent. M.. M. E.A. Barke.. Leeds.W.. The Mount School. St. Petersfield. Hon. B. M.. M.A. Liverpool. Bagge.. Barber..A... Miss I. Barker. ll. St. M. W.. Stourport. Thornhurst. Prof.A. Astley Hall. B. M. Upper Canada College. D.Sc. M. Hellenic Society. Principal. W. H. 60. Barker. S.A.. 19. Bernard's Road. C.. G. M... Piercefield Place.. Reading. Bedales School.... Master of Clare College. M. Newcastle-under-Lyme.W.. A. 34.A. Gerald. Cyril. M. Barker.. A.. Oxford. E.

Fitz Walters. Cambridge. M. Board of Education.A. Battiscombe. York. Whitehall. W. S. Scroope Terrace. T.A. G. High Court. King's Road. Behrens. Baugh. Liverpool. Barrows. B.C.. Barnett. C. Eev. Worcester. I. D. P.. Miss M.A. Manchester. Beeching.. Wimbledon. Miss H.APPENDIX 54 Barlee. B.. Rev. Prince Alfred Road. Yorks.... H. *Barnes.. Leamington. H. L. . *Beare.A. H. Eccles Old Road.D. Norwich... Pendleton. M. E. Miss E. Oriel College.. Barlow. F. Edgbaston. Eev. Eev.S. 22. S. a. Mrs. Beasley. Wimbledon.. King's College. Bredcroft..A. E. *Barnard..A. ProJ. M. M. Wavertree. King Edward VI. Imperial Service College. S. F. Sind. M.... D.. J.W. p.W. Beaumont.C.. LL. Bart. H. Baskerville. Ripon. Hampton School. S. M. S.. D. Baxter. Eccle-sbourne School.. Weston-super-Mare. A. Peter's School.. Beasley.. Rev. Barton. Beck.. a.. Rev..... Larkana. M.S. Tunbridge Wells.. Canon E. 4. Barney.S.. Bate. Beaven.A. W. Wheatsheaf Road.A. B. Miss J. Bean. R... The Hon. M.. Miss H.D. Northwood. C.. 164. Stamford. New Street. Wakefield.D. E. H. S. Barnard. B.. Very Rev. M. Thornfield. Barrett. Sir J. Queen's Gate. Middlesex.. M. Grindlay & Co. School House. Oxford.. M. Trinity College...A. St. Baynes. M. M.. W. Birmingham. Eccles Old Road. R.C. Parliament Street. *Batchelor.O. H... Milverton.. The Deanery.A. 25a. Pendleton. 42.A. T.. K.. Lincolnshire. M.. B.. 4. B. Malvern P.P. T.A. Bombay. *Beckwith. M. N. M. M. Bradford. C. Dudley Road. Rev. Sir S. (No address). I. M.. Alexandra Drive. Dublin.A. B. Behrens. E. J. H.. B. Cambridge.W. Beggs. 54.. c/o Messrs. Lensfield Road. 164. London.. Hazeldene. *Barran. B.A. Miss F...A. Manchester. *Barlow. Barry. I. Birmingham.A.A. M. 16.. N. Eastwood. Windsor. I. J.W. Sawley Hall.. E.'s High School for Girls. Edgar House. Rev. 10. Jamaica.A. Sefton Park..C. M.. Greyfriars.W. E. 16. D. Liverpool. Worple Road. W.A. Prof.A. E. N. M..A.

Bland.E. Murray. M. a.. B.A. Bombay. Park Road.. The University College. Edward. T. B. Lismore *Bernats. Bombay. 53. Biggs. 54. The School. A. Oxford.A.C.. E.. A. V. H. A. Miss L. B. Bethune-Baker.A.. Bell. W. a. See Charnwood. M. Earl's Court.A. Cumballa Hill. *Blagden.A... Rev. A. J. York House.S. B. *Benson. Blakiston.. Bernard. R. Durham. High School.. County High School for Girls....A. E. Kew. Blackett. High School. 21. S.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 55 Belcher.A. M. LL. India. Martyrworthy.. The Priory. The Knoll. M. Wimborne. Miss E.. Crediton. The College.A. E. J. Pooua. W.. Longridge Road. B. Cambridge. J. Hayes.. M. 57.A. M.. Blundell.A. Miss E.. Bennett. C. Rev. Moston. Edinburgh. Magdalene College.D. 1.. Priory Road. *Bennett.A.. Rev. W.. MA. Berks.. Rt. M. F. Notting Hill.. BiBBY. Place.. Eton College.. H. Lord. B. M. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Portugal Street.A.A. the Lord Bishop of. E. S. Vanburgh Park. II Ciliegio. Rev. E..A. G.. B.. B. p. Hulme Grammar School. Miss F. Waldeck Road.. B. Hayes.C. Carlisle. Oldham. Rev... The University. Dover Street.. Godfrey B. B...A.. E.W. Benger. Aberystwyth... Belcher. C. Bevan. H. W. W. D. M... Principal. 0. B. Magdalen College... Brainley Kectory.A. Worthing. Benn. M. Merchiston Castle School. *Bensly. Staverton Road. Dorset.. M.. BiLLSON. M. Windsor. J.A. 23. Oxford. p. M.D. Berridge. S. Rev. B. M.A. C. Manchester. B.. nr..A.. Blunt. San Gervasio. J. Rev. Oxford.A. Blomfield. Miss W.A.. Windsor. C. Prof.. Oscar Street.. S.W. Florence.. Basingstoke. The High School. von B. Boddington. Miss A. . C. P. Belcher. Bell. Canon E. Miss E. M. Aberystwyth. Rawdon College.A. Nalder Hill House. Boas. Newbury. *BiNGHAM.A. Blackett. F. F. Winchester. Bolus.. Swansea.. Eton College. 7.. Christ Church. I. Hampstead Square. 3. M. M. (No address).. Mrs. Nottingham. Collector's Office. Blackheath.. Cranmer Road. XXth Century Club.A. Beckenham. W... E. *Bevan. Miss S. M. E. near Leeds. Brighton. H. *Benecke. 99.. High Hall.D. Bell. M.. Steyne School. 51. B. B. B.. H. E. Rev. N. Manchester.A. Benton. Binney. Benson. J. Cambridge.

24. Broad.A.A. Kildwick Hall. T. R.. Brightman. M. Miss. M. Prof... H.. E.C. Rev. West Kensington.A. Brisbane. Devonshire Road.. J. Bradney. M. A..A. Brakfoot. Newcastle-onTyne. Monmouth. N. Edgbaston.. church.. 37. G... C. Dunwood House. Keighley.. H. Brinton. A.M.A. J. The University. Godhra. H. v. W.A. Woodhead 44. 84. Bottomley-Smith. R. B. M. Moortown. John's Vicarage.A. Rev. Broadbent. Bramley. E. Prof. M..C.. J. K. Bishop of. Stone Buildings.A. Rev. Manchester.. Brockman.. See Knaresborough.A. 13. S.. T. The Castle. Brodribb.A. Westmorland Road. Chief Secretary's Office... Bridge. Joseph. Pewsey. Lincoln's Inn. F.. H.W. Hon.. D.. BousFiELD. A. Withington. *Braunholtz. Eton College. Stonehouse. Lancing College. 180. Richmond Mount.. Gi-ange. Rt. BosANQUET. Headingley. M. University College. The Grammar School. Eton College. BowLBY.. Rev.. Rev.. M. 0. Fenay Hall. M. G. Manchester... H. Liverpool. Liver- pool. Middleton New York. Eaton Place. Bridge. Perham Road. C.. Christ- Zealand... Rev. W. Rt. Road. Winchester.. Brighouse. Upper Riccarton... Bradley.. Bramston.. G..A. Canterbury. Huddersfield. Edmund's School.A... C. BoTWOOD. S. Brock.A.Litt. Leeds. R. Brigg. Kensington. C. Blackwood..A. H. Dublin. Boycott. W. I. 54. Leeds.A.A.APPENDIX 56 BoNSER. Wilts. Tue Brook. Broadbent. Queensland. M. W. Magdalen College.W. M.. St. M.A. J. LL. BoTTiNG. Bramley-Moore. •BowEN. A. M. Aigburth.. Charing Cross.. BowEN. Taly-coed. Panch Mahals. & Co. Grammar C. Brennan.S.A. Micklegate.. Prof. Bradford. Bombay Presidency.. BowRiNQ. St. M. A. Sir J. Wheeley's Birmingham. School. M.A. Windsor. C. J.A. D. M.. M. C.S. F. Miss L. nr. Oxford. I. Gloucester. Windsor. T.B.B. T. . Liverpool. Miss M. Admiral Sir C. K. Braham. B. Brooke... c/o Messrs. M.C.A. 5... Enford Vicarage. Sussex. 3. May Bank. 22.. Aberystwyth.. Hopelands. W. U. W. St. Nicholas.. M. J. C. E.A. S.. Scarsdale Villas. C. H. M. F. J.

Andrews. S. Prof. B. The Vicarage. Hants. A. M.. S. D. J.. Brown..W. Ernst. Burnley.A.. L.A. N.D. M.. R. Bryant.C. Canterbury. L. Liverpool. C. Prebendary.A. J. Clifton.. Peutyrch. Herts. F. 31.. BuRGE. M.. A. E. Paragon. Oakford. Coldharbour Lane. Brownjohn. Browning. Prof.. M..NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 57 Brooke. C. Browne. Lanes. a. Tunbridge Wells.. 63. M. A. Miss M. L.W. Richmond. Cranley Gardens. St. See Southwark. Miss M. H. University College. Dublin. I. Great Crosby. 12.C.W. S. E. Mrs. B. India. Devon.. Cornwall Gardens. Bishop of.. Bushey. Liverpool.. BuRKiTT.. F. F.A. James's Street. Bruce.. A. Sind.A. Browning. A. Canterbury. Cardiff. Ph. Cecil.. King's Road. Hon.. *Bryce. 3. Browne. D.. C. B. Wellington...D. Amy. Eastbourne. E.. Miss T.A.D.D. St.. Andrew's School. Rev. D. LL.. Andrew's. M. C. Oxford. Westroad Corner..S. Rev. *Bryans. Rev. E. Michael's Hamlet. Nr.A. Overlands. the Lord Bishop of. Prof. B. G. Charterhouse.. E. Burns. Lynton House. D.. Oxford.A. Burke. G. *Browne. Victoria University College. Rt.A.A. Vernon Place. Arundel House. Rev. Edmund's School. C. Brown. Avenue Road. Bombay. Southborough.A. Burn. Kensington.B.. Fairfield. S.A. Prof. BuNCE. Dorset Road. M. Royal Societies Club. Reedley Lodge. Viscount.. M. M. 14. Brown. C.. Bexhill-on-Sea. Halifax. BuRNSiDE.A. 8 . W.A.. W.. Queen's Terrace. Broom. Hertford College. Merchant Taylors' School.. Burnley. School of Art. Brooks. S. St. 19.. Miss M. Buckley.. M. University Hall.M. New Zealand. Brown. Burroughs. Oscar. BucKLAND. G.A. Prof.. Rev. Theodore. Buckingham Place. Liverpool.. Hayling Island. Bronwydd. Brooks.. N.W.. S..D. St. Rev.. Rev.A. A. B. Godalming. Rev. Highgate. Cambridge. E. Liverpool Institute.A. R.. M. Buller.. Litt.. Burnet. 61. Mrs. Bristol. St. Rev.W.. H. Rt. Larkana.. New College. Rt. M. The Nunnery. B. Bull..L. O. D. 8. Rev. F. Judge W. Hon. E. M. 7. Bampton. M. B. Rankine. St.

Cambridge. BuRSTALL.. Campbell. Sinnington. Calder. K..P.E. Christ's College. Hampstead. Case. M. Elvaston Place. Elm Bank Mansions. Miss A. Campbell.. H.. Rev. 59. O. Princeton University.C.A.C. West Ealing. M. Redland. Cambridge..D.Litt. Cambridge. 29. Queen's Road. Mrs.. M. Chesterton Road. The University. E. Ashfield Road. M. York. M. D. Miss J. E. 18.. M.A. M. Municipal Secondary School. Carter. M. Miss A. Godalming. M. G.. 17. Bury. M. Iverna Court. Cartwrioht. Northacre. Rev. Cambridge. Liverpool. Bishop's Stortford. M..S. G.APPENDIX 58 Burrows.C.A. 6. L. D. L.A.. Bt.. Capps. 35. Campagnac. Case. Case.. R..... Trumpington.. Trinity College. Woolwich. S.. Prof J.. Princeton. See Truro...A. Argyle Road. Lawrence College.. Campbell. 32.A.. Bishop of. T. W. S. 0. G. S. B. W.. Rev. Miss C. C. M. Miss E. Carruthers. U. Rev. Byrde. Col. Kensington.O. 92.D. W. E. Rt. Miss A. J. a. W. W. Carnoy. Rev.A. Manchester. G. J. T... Chaucer Road. Newcastle-on-Tyne. M. The University.. Montagu. Hampstead.W. J. Bishop of. Carlisle. M. Barnes... C. Gravesend.. Canney. Rushgrove House. Cambridge. Prof. Manchester High School for Girls. M.. Cambridge. Upper Drive.. N. Manchester. See Salford.. LL. Miss M.D.D. Burrows.. Butler. H. A. Wolverhampton. G. Milton Mount College. D. *BuRTON... Upwater House.. Chantry Mount School. Miss S. D.. L. N. Ph.. Carson.. M. Prof.A. M.. Casartelli..A. Prof H. Prof. M. Montagu.W.A. Caldecott. H. The Grammar School. Calthrop.. Manchester..A. L. Abertillery..L. J. W. St. Litt. Butler. School House. M.. Principal of King's College. S. T. N. Rev. S.. E. Auburn Road. Manchester.A. Trinity Lodge. Manchester. R. Butcher. M. A.. Wooler. F. D. Prof W. Belvedere School. Strand. Miss Esther.A.. Sussex.. Fit^john's Avenue. M. Prof. King's College. Northumberland.A. Bury. BusHE. 5. Butler.A. A.. A... University College.D. J. Campbell. Cambridge.A. New Jersey. G. Vicarage..W. Gower Street. R. Campion. The University. Cardwell.. Mrs. E. W.A. Butler. M. Hove. Bristol. 84. Byrne. Ewart Park. A. Ramsgate..A.D. The Lodge.. . Windmill Hill. M.W.

E. M.A.A.A.D.D. Repton. O.W. *Chambers. Rev.. Rev. M. S. Board of Education. P.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 59 *Caspari..C. M. Donnington Squai-e. P. Miss G. 2. *CHARNwqoD. R.. J. Tonbridge.D.. 108.. Miss H.C. Cabpari. London.W. Leeds. C...A. E. Polstead Road. Rev. Hornsey. near Midhurst. See Ely. M. . C... Clark. Clapham. Masetti.A..A. Clendon. Fairfield. 61. Rt. Windsor. Eton College. Cattley. Worcester. America. Corpus Christi College.. A. South Liverpool. R.. Rev..A. Northampton. George Town.. N. Chambers.A.A. St.A. M.D. H. Eaton Square. Eton College.. a. Eton College. R. London... Clark. 3. A. M. D. B. M. a. Gray's Inn Square. Hereford. Lord. M. Windsor. Kent. Grammar School. F. King's School.. Cattley.A. Sussex. High Court. E. S. Oxford. H. M. Chapman... 1. M. Kitson... M. F. M... British Guiana. Cholmeley. 7.. Clark. Government Secretary's Office.. B.. Holly Lee. L. *Clementi. Mrs. The University. Digby W. T..A. Chitty. Chavasse.A. Charlesworth. Ridge Road. F. Chase.A.L. Miss D. Handsworth.A. E. Oxford. C. University College. F.. B.. B. Leeds. Hovingham Hall.. R. Doncaster. Ellerslie Preparatory School. K. Huddersfield. M. M. Birmingham.. A.. S. 76. G. Churchill. Rev. Caton. H. Rev.S. J. H. M. Burton-on-Ti'ent.. Chapman.. Chappel.... G. Victoria Embankment.A. M. Meanwoodside. M.. S. Grosvenor Terrace. Rev. John Street. M.. Windsor. S. Cayley. Malton.. W.. B.. M.A. Municipal High School for Girls. D... Windsor. G. G. B... E. 0. N.P. Chatfield. Newbury. Channon. B.A. University Hall.A. Staffs.. F. N. Whitehall. Fremington. Canon W. a. Chettle.A. A. Claxton. B. Staffs. M. Prof.C. B.A.C. Clough. Denstone College.. Highgate.. School House. Church Avenue. W.. Bishop of..A. Devon... Eton College. M. L. Church..A. M.. Yorks. Liverpool. F. Chilton. H. M. S.. Livingstone Drive. City of London School.R..A. M. CoBBE. Chapman. The Grammar School. 5. M. Lynch Rectory.. Talbot Road. Miss A. Churchyard.A... 82. Bombay.. D.

S. Collins. H. M. G. Conway. A. Darlington.A. B. Cranmer Road. Prof.. West Norwood. M. H. Claremont Road. Braintree. B. Lyndhurst Gardens. M. C. John Street. Y. The Cloisters. Collins. Linnet Lane. M. Hawkhurst.W.A. Trinity College. 35.A. CoNDER.. M. Canada.A. H. The University.A.... T. S. B.. Mrs. Trinity College. Conway.A. F. Cambridge. W. C... Rutland Park. A. CoLLisoN-MoRLEY.. Princes' Park..A. Adelaide. CooKsoN. Miss A. M.. E.. C. CooKE. 19. S. M. Miss M.. 3. W.White. Palace Gardens Terrace. M. York Road. M. Conway. B. Collins.. C. Liverpool.. CooKE. Manchester. M.. Allington Castle. Cook. Cooper. Armstrong CoUege. P. F. Devon. D. Cole. Temple.. M. CouzENS. J. Prof.. CoLViN. 83. *CoRNFORD. St. Cooke. B... E.A. Peter's.A.APPENDIX 60 *CoBHAM.E. W. Rev. M. M. CoRLEY..A. B. F. Scarsdalo Villas. Miss E.. 2. Bombay. B.. E.A.. Queen's University. F. Sir S. Junr.A. Northampton.C. D. Mrs. W. 14. Nungambakkam... F. Keble College. N. Mias F. R.. Rugby. Hyde Park. R. M. 24. St.A. Cambridge. Windsor. M.A. 13. CoLSON. Oxford. E. Elm Court.C.. Berks. Cornish..... M. 10.. 13. Rev. CoNNAL. A.. Sheffield. Ashbuiton.A. Warkworth Street. M. Magdalen College. Kingston. Suunyside. M.W. M.. Oxford. Bradfield College. M. Vane Terrace South. A. Elphinstone College..A. P. W. Australia. Bristol.. M. The University.. H. N. Kensington. H. Prof. *CoNWAY. S.M. Winchester Street.W.A. C. 5.... 23. Madras. CouPLAND. Maidstone. M. Prof.A.. Draethen.W. K. E..A. Gi-ange Road. CoTTERELL.. S. Cambridge. Hurst Close. R.. C... F. CoLviLE. Torfels. E. Billing Road. CouRTAULD. 3. H. CoDD.. Porchester Terrace. Rev. Coles. D. CoGHiLL. Margaret M. Prof. The Waver Farm. L.A.. CoNNELL.. Troy House. Kent.G. Didsbury Manchester. Newcastle-on-Tyne. CoMPTON.A.. Oxford. Kensington. Hampstead. Liverpool. Mudie. Litt.C. Merchant Taylors' School. Miss A. Oxford. Waverley. Wethersfield. A. M. Cooper. Sandhurst Rectory.D.A.. Cambridge. Leeds.... 3. 2. Rev..A. L. M. M. N. . CosTLEY. Miss P. Eton College. M. F.. S.. J. Hampstead Garden Suburb. CoGHiLL.. Essex. School House.. Cohen. B. 22. 22.

E.A. CowPERTHWAiTE. J.. B. Westerfield Road. Dallas. F. M. Rev.A.C.A.A. Penydarren. B. Crace. M. K. Dale... Morpeth.C. M. E.A.C. North Road. Miss A. Hon.. Durham. c/o Town Custom House. Rt..... F. W. Clyde Road. R. Friends' School. M. H.. Oxford..S. B. B.. Creed. the Earl of G.E. G. Miss E. Whitehall.. M.. Calcutta. Vicarage Road. 1... (No address)... Board of Education. Carlton House Terrace. S.A. Gi-ammar School. M. N. H.. Earl. E.A. J. CuRZON of Kedleston.A. D. Glamorgan. Rt. Roan School.. G. M. Cromer Terrace. CoxE.. St.. Maurice. Street.. S. 36. Crawford.. Chaucer Road. 2.C.A. Crypt Grammar School.A. B. F. Triangle. Canon A.A. G. Gironde. H. Winchester. Caius College. Merchant Taylors' School. 28. the Earl of. 3. T. Cowl.. Miss K. B.. A.. A. Wigton.G.S.. R Liverpool. West Didsbury. Crawford. W.S. Cran. H. Willowbrook.A.D. W. M..... F. E. M.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 61 OovERNTON.. France.A. Crerar.A. J.... M. Dale.M. R. Justice H. Tufnell Park.M. Cruickshank..W.. H.. D. Croft... .. Bombay. W. G. Arcachon. M.S. M. D. 7. Milesdown.. I. Cradock-Watson. Bombay. High Court. Magdalen College. M. Prof. Rev. 24. Audley Square.W. Man- chester. Windsor. H.A. W. London.A. *Crosby. The County School.C. Dakers.A. M.A.. W. Miss' A. The High School. Crofts.I. H. Cuvelier. Greenwich.Hammersmith Bridge. 18. Cromer.A.. Dean House. R. Uxbridge. J.. B. Wimpole Cronin. near Halifax. M. Dale. 56. Eastbourne. S. Clarendon Road. Cumberland.E. G. Hon. Abercromby Square. Miss M.. Crowther.. Crosby. Consulat de Belgique.. M. Crossley. Curtis. Cowley. B.A. G. Merthyr. Miss M.. Leeds.S.L.A. N. S. 71. M. Crosland.I..A. Rt. Dakyns. F. Anson Road. JIfws A. Leeds. Thomas d'Aquin.R.. Liverpool.. J.A. Cambridge. Eton College. O..Litt.. Sir A... *Crees. Dale.Digby Mansions..A.. M.. M. Dryden. Ipswich. Cambridge. Gloucester. D. Hon.C.B. Miss L. 4. Rev.C. M.. L. R. Penybryn Villas.I..A. CLE. P. M.. The College.. Mr. Miss E. Berkhamsted..

. Miss M. A. Canada. C. A. Earlham Road. M. M. Albans. Salisbury. B..S. De Winton. Davies. Davies.A. Pucklechurch.. Dawson. Crowborough. T. M. A.. Davies.. Manchester. Denman. Llewellyn.R.APPENDIX «2 Dalton. Montreal. Miss B. Westbourne Terrace. Hyde Park.. Grove Road. Staffs. Daniel.. M.. Arosfon. Davies. LL. F.. Dublin. C. E. R. Montpelier Road. The High School. Birkenhead. Davidson. Miss M. Prof.W. W. B. Davis.. Brighton...A. Surbiton. V. G.. M. Brighton and Hove High School. M. Alex. Mill Hill Road. Rev.. Surrey.. Glasgow. Uttoxeter.A.A.. Oakamoor.A. Farley Retreat. Victoria College. A. S. J. 12. De Glanville. Brighton.. Miss K. Sussex. Wales. W.. Lustleigh. Daubeny.. The College. Rugby. Norwich. De Witt. H.Litt.A. Dennis. Barbados. J. Dawes. D. B. Bedford. a. D..A.. M. The University. 507. Chapelville.D.. Rev. P. Devon. . M. G.. Caermarthen. A. A.. D. I. M. Deeks. S. Rev. A.A. Lloyd's Bank House. A. J.. Grammar School. Rev. M... University College. Hay. Surbiton. Miss C. *Dawes. Miss K.W. Dallas.. Hereford. Clayesmore School. B. Aberdeen.J. De Gruchy. Glendower Place. N. W. Head Master.. Davies. G. Derriman. Elstow School. K. *Daniel. H. Chester.. C. Heathlands. King's College.... Weybridge. 74. R. Chapelville. Davidson. T.. F. M. Danson. The Hill.A. Cheshire. A.A.D. R. N.. 89. Lt... Rev. Rev. Grove Road. Lo^vther Road. Day.. B. Winchester. Miss E. Devine.. *Darlington.A.A. Stoke-on-Trent. Holmwood. Glendower Mansions. W. St.A. Bournemouth. M. C. Prof. D. Staffs. Dawes. Harrison College.D.. S.. S.A. President. Canada. Leicestershire. Miss M. S.. S. Delany. Bucks. Northwood Park... The University. S. M. W. 82.Sc. Rowton. Highbury Mansions. W. L.. C. M. Guy Street. G.. David.A. Prof. Miss C... B. D. Davies. Lutterworth. Bidston Road. W. 1.A. S.A.. Wycombe Abbey School. Beacon House. D.. Fowler's Road. The School.W. Toronto. M. Miss M. J.A.. M. Dawkins. Boyd.

LL... B..A.D. D.. 3 House. Settle. 11.. Cambridge. Surrey.A. H.A.. Dingwall.A.W. J. 15. Yeadon.. F.A. *DuFF. . J. Donaldson... Dudley. *Dtmond.A. Miss M. G.. Wadham College. Mrs. Worcestershire. W.... A. J. Lincoln's Inn. E. Dix. Tewkesbury. Oxford Road. Dover... Droop. W.A. 1. Didsbury. East. 0.. H. Magdalene College. Carlton Manor. M. Miss M..A. *Drtsdale.A.. DowNiE. DoBSON.. Oxford. a. near Northfield. Hyde Park. Yorks. Bath.. Dunham. Rev.. Crouch End. M.. Mrs. E.. Kemerton. P. F. upon-Tyne.. Miss A... B. M. DoMAiLLE. DoBSON. Englefield Green.. R.D.A. Leeds. 23. S. M. T. J.. Duke. Du Pontet. Colquhoun.A.A... M. Oak Mount. Liverpool. Englefield. Raglan. N. M. 37.. F. Kingsley Road. The University. G. J. Carter Knowle Road. Miss E. King's College. M. Liverpool. Buckingham Gate. High School for Girls. J. R. Manchester. DoDD. Sheffield. Prof. M. Cleveland Gardens.A.A. C. The University.. 64. *Donner.. W. Redland. Douglas. B. Miss M. Caterham Valley... J. B. C. Bristol.. Oxford. P. Draper.S'm'E. Windsor. J. B.. 15.. DuRNFORD. Miss 68 D.. 1. *DuNDAS.. The High School. K. A. No. G. B. Cambridge. Easterling.. C. M. H. New Square. M. B. Prof. Duff. Eton College.A.Litt. Battersea Rise.. King's Lea. W. Prof. M. Cheadle. M. Christ Church. S. Surrey. 23. The Lodge.A. Giggleswick School. Armstrong College. Ashton-under-Lyne. H. DoNKiN. J.. Eckersley. Hillmarton. Miss C.B. G. B. M.. E. Mrs. Duckworth. *Drewitt. M. 5. D.C.. Boutflower Road. James's Park. Leeds. West View.A. Rev. Adel Rectory. L. St. Newcastle- Dill. W. S. James's Coux^t. M. Liverpool... Holt Secondary School.A. R. DoDD. St. a. Miss 0. R.. Ealand. Broome House. Eckhard. Manchester..NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS De Zouche.. Leeds. B. H.A. B. Miss M. Brighton. H. Coldharbour Road. Trinity College.A. Bolton. W. E. M..A. Bristol. Harrow.. F. Massie Street. 137. DuNLOP.A.... W.. Earnshaw.A. Fallowfield. Glasslyn Road. Windsor. Cheshire. Miss E. DuRNFORD. Longbridge Place.. Worthing. R. Wight. Jesus College. Roedean School. Waterloo Park.W. Cambridge.. Eton College.. N. Cambridge. S..

Bishop of. See Wakefield. R. M. Queen's College. T.. U. Rev.C.. Edwards. M.. Reading School. Evans..A. M. E. Ely. Rector of Exeter College. Enthoven.D. ExoN.A..A.. W^. Grammar School. J..I. Cornell University. British Museum.W. Rt. Ithaca. G.. Elliston. R. Peterhouse. R.S. Sheffield. Elliott.A.. N. . Cambridge... B. Weetwood.Y. S. M. Wilts. Cheltenham. Miss 5.. Rishworth Grammar School.A. Bromham Road... J.C. Hon. Gournab..A. J. Litt. Lady... the Lord Bishop of The Palace. India. M. Cheltenham. 57.W. M. W. St.. K. H. Girls' Grammar School. M. L. Edghill.. The College. Lord Justice. Dean Close School.. Croydon.. Ferguson. Ipswich. Mrs. F. W.... M. Berks.A. Elliott. Edwards.. W. C.. LL.D. Ferard.. Farnell. Beech House Road... E. Ely. N. 161. M. B. The Academy...A..A. J. B. Rev. Sidney Sussex College. University College School. M. M. Southampton. Evelyn-White..W.. Yorks. S. High Wray.. Dublin. Ladies' College. M. G. Christ's Hospital.A.. R. England. Banister Court. Bedford. Cambridge.. G. S.A. Liverpool. B. Ellam. Ellaby.. I. Frognal..C.E.A. EwART. H. Rockville.A. Luxor. E. Southwell Gardens.. Miss E.A. Heath Grammar School. Doncaster.. M. Hertford.. J. a. Ellis.. M.A. Miss E. Edwards.A. D. N. H.. Cambridge. Miss M. Edinburgh. Miss L. H..M. Miss C. Prof.A. Berkeley Street. M. W. M. Rt. Edwards.. M. Cheltenham.A. Oxford. C.. M. M. S. 26. Esdaile. c/o Union of London and Smith's Bank. Leigh de la Mere.R. Elmer. R. Surrey.. ExTON.A. 20. E. Michael's Street. F. W. Ecclesall.A. Storey's Way. Rt. S. M. Prof.B.. 15. Simla.A.A. Farwell. Ferguson.A. B. Ambleside. Eppstein. Ferrall.. Faithfull. C.. Berkhamsted.S.. B.. Rishworth. W. Finchley Road. B. El Assasif. Westerfield Road.Litt.. M. Galway. Bradford. Co. M. Rev. C. The Ridge. H.I. R.A.A. Edmonds.. Evans. near Chippenham. G. Falding. Halifax. Felkin. B... C.S. C..APPENDIX 64 *Eden. H.. Dundrum. L. R. F. Evans.. 33. Hahfax.A. Upper Egypt. N. Herts. Oxford.. D.

. Grosvenor Gardens. B. Miss A. C. H. S. Rev. Fletcher. Miss A. M.. Miss E. 3. Hamilton.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Field.A...C. 6.. LL. Frazer.A. C. Elmsleigh.... FoTHERiNGHAM. E. C. Dudley... Forrest.A. D.. D. M. H.A. Flathee. 70. Princes' Park. Queen Anne's Mansions. Egypt. B. S.. Elphins. Edwardes Square. K. S. Reading. Bruce. T. Thurlow Park Road.A... Sheffield. H. R... Flood. B. R.A. U. Fleetwood. W. FuRNEes. Whalley Range.... Beaufort. Beverley Road. B. Forbes. Merton Hall Road. Head Master. J. FiNLAY. G. L. St. 92. Frisch. FuRNESS. W. Freeman. B.. 19.. B. S. M. Leighton Park. Lionel G. The Deanery.W.A. L. Yorks. Kensington. L.. S.. Miss S.. 100. W.. S. Kidderminster Road... Va. T. University of Virginia. [bridge.W.. FuRNEAUX. F. M. S. Manchester.. Ford. Newton Lawden Cottage.C. Head Master. Balholm. Barnes. Girls' Secondary School Brighouse.L. Fraser.A. M.. D. Cairo. R.A. Sir R... B. M. E. M. M. M.. 17. M. Field. H. Rev.A. CamRoad.... J. Wimbledon. Charlottesville. Barnes. K.A. Harrow. M. Magdalen College.S. Liverpool. The School. Manchester. T... Keyne's. Mary's Vicarage.A.. Liverpool. J. Ford. Douglas Road. B.Litt.. Blackball Road.W. Elm Bank Mansions. M. FoRMAN. N.A. Cambridge.. Woicester shire.A. W. FitzGerald. FiNLAYSON. Finch.. Sir 3.A. K.A. Huskisson Street. Miss M. T. Rossall. E. 65 Fallowfield. Lincoln.A.D.D.A. 31. Charterhouse. Very Rev. G. M. C. Fowler. J.P.A. Fry.A. Forbes. Oxford. E. FoRSTER. Stanley Road.E. Ladybarn Lane. M.A. 3. Dulwich. L... Bromsgrove.. Darley Dale. D. Fleming. J... Oxford. The Studios. Godalming. St. Grove House. Oxford. St. M. Fry..A. G. County School. Merton Fyfe. M. M. 9 College.C. Lincoln College. Miss A. C. 31.. Manchester. The Grammar School. S. H. J. Prof. Khedivieh School. Wood Green. Matlock. Warde. Nottingham. High School for Girls. M. E. .... Oxford. Fletcher. Phillimore Gardens.D. FuRNESS. M...W. J. ''FiTZHUGH. The University..

Epsom. Cambridge. M.. Cambridge..A. Miss A. M. Bev.A. Garnsey. John's College. Geden. Oxford. Cambridge. H. Castlebrae. GiLSON.... B. Surrey. M. *Genner. W. St. Southampton.R.D.A.. Gedge. Shirley Road. Oxford. Haslemere. N.. E. B.. Prof T.D. Prof.C. Leeds. Gaselee. Higligate. M. 20. M.A.D. Norham Road..APPENDIX 66 Garbutt. C..A.L. D. 12. B. R. Litt. Gibbons. Hillside. R.A.A. Ph.A. Oxford.. Royal Naval College... LL. R. S. Fleetwood. Winchester Hill. G. Cambiidge. The Rectory.A. Wimbledon. G.A.D. Prof. S. Gibson-Smith. M..A. Giles.A. Oxford.A. P7'of. Shepherd's Down. *Gerrans.. W.A.D. A.. W. M. M. T. M. H.S. A. P. M. Woolton Vale. Menston-in-Wharfedale.. Canon. 23.. D. Godley. Magdalene College. The University.. near Liverpool. D.. Cannon Street. Liverpool. University College. M.. .A. Birmingham. A. D.. 3Iiss E. John Street. M.. Cambridge. Glazebrook. King Edward VI. 's School... Eton College. Canterbury Road. M. GiLSON.. Litt. London. Gardner. C.. Miss E.. W. E... P.A. Crescent House..S. St.A. 2. T.. E.. M. D... Alwyne Mansions.A. Master of Emmanuel College. H. Newnham College. GiDDEN. Yorks.. M.A. Chevin Avenue. Gravesend. Hev... St. F.A.A. The College. P. R.. Jesus College. M. L. M.D. Gibson.. Mus. E. Gavin... W.A. M. C. Glover. 27.. Ghey.. Windsor. Prof. LL. Gardner. Mary's Hall. N. GooDE.. 35. Gibson. c/o Agent-General New South Wales. Allerton. D. W. M.. M. Rossall School. GooDHART. a.C. GooDELL. Wesleyan College. 125. Gillespie.. Garrod. Ely. Miss E. Sheffield. M. The University. Norfolk House. il/?-s. Ilkley..A.. Miss F. M. Gardiner.. Bloomfield Road.. Miss G. M. *Geldart. M.. Oxford. The Vicarage. Romsey. New Haven.C. Goodrich.. S.. Godfrey. Gladstone.. E. Oxford.W. Gardner. Richmond. The College.A. C. H. U. Kemp Town.A.A... Bac. J. Surrey. Osborne.. Heathfieid Lodge. Martin. Sir Archibald.. Hants. Edgehill Road.. M. J.D.. H. *Genner.. Geikie.. British Museum. Brighton. M. B. Eev. A.. E.. Merton College. Conn. Canon M. All Souls College.

D. H. 19. Prof.. W. M.Sc.. .A. St. Graves. M. H.... J. G.. Greene. Aberystwyth. Griffith. B. St. B. M. BA. Green. B.J. C. See Oxford. Miss A. Manchester..D.. M. Kelross Road. G. M. Victoria Park.. Egerton Hall.. Miss F. All Souls College. F. M.. Stone Buildings. F. Notts. J. 45. W. 389.A. Rev. M. Ashbrook. Eetford.. Oxford. H. Charles. Dean Terrace. The University. Prof. GouGH. Paul's Girls' School.. Oxford.. W..' NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 67 Goodwin. Lincoln's Inn. S. Prof. Bombay.A. R.. 13. Buckland.. University of Wales. Holmfirth.D. W. Gray. Gudeman. S. G. M. S.. Magnus Grammar School. 4. Cambridge. Leeds. B. M.W. C. GouGH. Sheffield. 99.A. Ph. Rev. L. *Grundy. Gow.. W. Rev. Buckingham Palace Gardens. Grigg. M. Rev.A. M. A.A. Munich. T. Westminster. Gray. A. Rev. Rev. Diss. N. Greene..D. Grant.. T. Leonard s-on-Sea. Bryngwyn Ex)ad. Oxford. M.A. Gregory. Litt. GooBYEAR. Newport... S... Rt..... A.A. Manchester. Moss Side. J. M. M. Miss D.A. 5.. Lincroi't Street. Brook Green. Rev. Gordon. B. 15. Grenfell. W.A. 5. H. E. Newport. Leeds.. Nottingham. Green. W. Bishop of. High Street. The Grammar School. Granger... Mrs. West Yorks. Mrs. Avenue Road.A. Sedlescombe Road South. School House... A. Newark-on-Trent. W. H. M. Green. Gore. Emmanuel College. S. *Gray.A.C. M. Prof. Grammar School. Dean's Yard.. Tonbridge. St. Gow.Litt. Glossop Road. Herts.A. D.. Rev. 21. 5. Marine Lines. E. Miss U. Catholic College. J. W.A.. Cambridge. Grange Road. Corpus Christi. University College.. H. M.. W. M. Gordon. J. A.A. W.. A. Gould. St.. D.. Hepworth Rectory. New College Street.W. Rev.. M... Rev. Bottoms. M. Miss M.. 39. L.. 67. Northallerton. 10. Queens' College. Prof. Salop. GoRSE.A. Hammersmith. G. Iffley Koad. Mon. H. Highbury. C. S. W.A.. Eton. *Greene. R. M. Oxford. C. Fi-anz Josef Strasse 12.... Martin's. Berkhamsted. Grensted. Cambridge. M. L. School House. Green.. F. Grant.A. Green. W.. C. Greenwood. 39. Kensington Crescent. Litt. The University. A. Edinburgh. Preston. B.. Grundy. Lancashire.. Grafton. Miss C.

B. R. E. 11. GuTHKELCH. Joseph. Mecklenburg Street. W. Oxted. R. G. Deansgate. U.. Armstrong College.. 4.. H. Ennismore Gardens. *GwATKiN. Hammans. B. R. H.A. M. H. Bombay Presidency. Westmorland. Oxford.A. M. Albans. M.. T. W. Harries. B. Heversham School. Leeds. Herts. 1.. Staffs. C. Miss E. The University.A. GuRNEY. Eaton. T... Haig-Brown. Burton Orescent. M. *Haigh.. Andover. Oxford. W.. Miss A.A. 3. Rev.A. Surrey. Prof.APPENDIX 68 Guest. Kensington Square.. W. Hamlet. The Brewery. P. *Hadow.. Hardy.. M. R.. M. Hall. Bardwell Road. Hardcastle. W. Harrow-ou-the-Hill.C. C.W. Patrick's College... p.A... Harley. S..A. Miss M. M. 7. Ennismore Gardens. M. Thackeray Cottage. S. Newcastle-on-Tyne. York. Oxfordshire.. 4. Hales. Leicester. G.W. Headingley. Miss M. W.C. 69..A.A.L.A. Diocesan College. Bombay. M.. Rev. Mrs. John's College. Ennismore Gardens. King. Strand. H. Jaffna.. M. Hall. G. . Ortygia. RL Hon. Liverpool. M.A... M. c/o Messrs.A. F. H. St.A. Chalmers Crescent.A. Anfield Road. The High School. Forest School.. Walthamstow. St. L. Rev.. GuYOMAR. Chicago. *Halsbury.A. Ceylon. John Rylands Library.. M. G.. M.Litt.S. J.A. King's College. Hallam. Rev. M. M. J. Harper. a.A. Poona..... L... Paul's Road. Grosvenor Terrace. J.A. T. Manchester.. Hackforth.Litt...Mus. G. H. Hardie. G. Cambridge.. M.. Sidney Sussex College. Holywell Cottage. GUPPT... 19. Miss A..C. J.. Hale. Liverpool. The Moor House. W.. I. Great Yarmouth. Woodstock. Miss A... *Haigh. Milnthorpe.A. W. B. R... D. W. Guy..A. the Earl of. 69. M.C. King's College. 84.A. A. A. GwATKiN. R.. *Hall. 11.. Leeds. Cambridge.P. East Parade.W.. C. King & Co. Edin- burgh. F. S.. S. The University. D.. GuRNEY.C.S.A. Newcastle-under-Lyme. B. King Street. Hamilton. D. A.A.. 4. Baldock.. Handyside. Haig. E.. S. Hannam. B.. Prof. St. M. Strand.

N. M. E.. S. Haslam. Eev. E. The Grammar School. Harrison.. St. Mortimer House. Ohetwynd House. Victoria Park.R. Sir T.O. N. H..Y. D.A..A.. S.A.A. Newnham College. Acton.A.. Grasmere. J. Board of Education. Eton College..A. Aberdeen. Heathcote. J. H. M. H. a. W. Isleworth. New Walk Terrace. Acton. 5. Heard. M. B.. J. Reedley Lodge. R. Hagley Road. Trinity College. Miss M. Lanes.. South Lawn.. 98.. Brasenose College. Rev. Oxford. W.C.D. Whorlton Hall..... Datchelor Training College.. B. Edgbaston.A. B.W. Headlam.B. Manchester. Ron. Haslam. Whitehall.. K.. M. Aske's Haberdashers' School. Barnard Castle. Haverfield. B. Hawkins.. Hendy.D.W. Rev. M.S. Heaton. S. Haydon.D. 69 Rendel. The Hon.J.. York House School. London. B. Dalton Hall.. D. W. Prof. Manchester..A. D.A. *Heath. New College. W..A. M.C. London.A.. S.D. Prof.. Henderson.W. The Lodge.. Miss J. 41. W. W. p.. C. Westmor- land. Edinburgh. Birmingham. Heath. H. C. Mrs.D. Sedbergh.. LL. Henn. Bristol.. H. Miss K. Winchestei-. J. Ph. R. LL. Harrower.. Great Crosby... A. J. M... 38. 224. M..S. Board of Education. .. F. C. Hampstead. J. S. Birch Grove. *Haynes.D. Heathcote. West Downs. A. The Training College. Round Hill.. M. A.D. L.. L. Birmingham. Clifton. M. M. M.. F.A.L.. B. W.A.. C.. Cambridge.E. G. Kensington. Hayes. York. F. Queen Anne Terrace. B. Heath... R.S..NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Harris.W.. Yorks..D. *Harrison. Hartley.C. Principal. John's Wood Park. M. Winshields. Oxford. Litt.. Helbert. Burnley. C.. M. E. Selly Oak. L.A.A. LL. Harrison. Camberwell Grove. E. Whitehall. A. Sir.. F. E. Cambridge. Fettes College. LL. High Court. F. Headlam. Henry.. Cambridge.A.. LL.. W. I. M.A. 64. Bedford Gardens.. Windsor. Bombay. Rev. Creffield Road. Haskins.. Chingford Lodge. Hartley. M. E..Litt. Oxford.. Headlam. Heath. *Heberden... Broadhurst Gardens. J. The Greek Manse.

A. Heward.A. F.W. a.A. Rev. W. 1. . Herford. B. Hodges.. A. V. Approach Road. H.A. L. West Kensington. East Putney High School... M. Tonbridge. Edgbaston High School.. Ca?iowW.... M. Temple.. W. Hicks.A.. W.. Hill. [Bombay. G. D. N. Kent.. Rt. Putney. E. 8.. HoBHOUSE. Htldesley. Lansdowne House. Miss M. Hampstead.W.M. A.. Hennings. HiLLARD. Miss D.. L. U. C.A. v.E. Park. H.. 3. Columbia University. The Hon. H. Miss C. High School for Gii-ls. Kent. Hodgson. Hagley Road. The University. Prof. New York. N. Rev. E./?ev. Downside Crescei.D. Miss M. M. Hetherington. Twickenham. Victoria Park. James' Mansions. M.P. W. Gloucester.. Birmingham. Kensington W. U. W. A.. Heppel... Lincoln. J. Miss M.. Tonbridge. CLE. Rt. Herman.. Windsor Avenue. Piccadilly..D. Hicks. 5. D. 14. Cheltenham. A.. Cross Hill. C. N... Mount Pleasant. I. D. K. Belfast.W. Hirst. Miss M. Miss M. 18. M.S. High Master of St. E.. Astell.. Temple Gardens. Bromley..APPENDIX 70 See Burnley...A. Hett..A.. Miss A.A. Bishop of. S. British Museum. Lichfield. Parkfield Eoad. 33. L. Barnard College. L. Hill. M. The Wadleigh High School.. College Green. B. A. Parmiter's School.D. Henn. Miss C. New York City. Hodge.A. Brighton College.. G. B. Stratford-on-Avon. Hewart. M. D. Clopton. M. Manchester.C. Miss G. London.. School House.A. E. G. Abbotsford Villa. S. *HoDGE. M... A. M. M. Palace Grove.A.... B. S. HiGGS. c/o Secretariat. 54. Mr. See Lincoln. Cambridge. M. B.B. H. G. 5. N.. Fossedene.A. High Street. B. Hodgson. Henry. M. Carlton Road. Saffron Walden. S.. *HiRST. K... F. R. Old Palace. Chelsea Embankment..A.C..t. *HoDGE. Brighton. 16. Kensington Park Gardens. Bishop of Hicks. Herford. Lansdowne Crescent. F. Rev. Miss R. a. H.S. Rev. Paul's School. St..C. Didsbury. E.A. Manchester. Mrs..A. HoDD. M.. Hewetson. M.C. 26. L.S. Hicks.

Hose. Lanes. 3fiss J.E.. Dulwich College. House. M. F. G. Hooper..S. Herts. Horsman. B.. Ill.. S.. Rice. West Kirby. Durham. Saltburn.A.A.. A. Fallowfield.A.. Haverholt Road. Holme. S. T. T.C.. M.. Dewsbury Holmes.. R. R. Miss E..A. H. High School for Girls. Galston. Miss M. M. HoRNSBY. Orley Farm School. Berkhamsted. M. Sax- mundham. Harpurhey. Umbria Street.Sc. Hopkinson. H. 20. Sir A. Holland.. The School. M.A.A. Hopkins. M. I. The Red House. K. Holland. Milton Street.D. P. (No address). HoRT.. M. Oxford. W. I..W^. S.. G.. Innes. Sir A.. Edmund's Road. East Hayes. 20. Bart.A. M. A. Hogarth. The School.W.. M.. M. Chislehurst Road.. Mirfield.. Houghton.. Manchester.. Holding. The College. Barton-under-Needwood. Miss G. M. Hopkins. N. How. R.C. M. Prescote.D. Hone.A... Harrow. S. Miss E.. M.A. Byculla Club. St. B. Imperial College Union..A. Great Malvern. Miss S. Colne.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS HoERNLE. B. E.... Bev. Bev. Gladstone Road. Hopkinson. B. St.. B.A. Houston. H.. Chesterfield. Kyre College. Westleton. M. Staffs. C... J. A.. . Girls' Grammar School. B. Holder. B. C.A. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester. Avonmore. V.. Southsea..A. Armstrong 71 College. *HoTsoN. Australia. D. H. Suffolk. M. M. North Bailey. Sidcup.. Hooker.A. Nottingham.A. E.. *HoRSFALL. Hollowell. Horner. Mount Pellon Vicarage. Halifax. Bombay. North London Collegiate School. M. Cheshire. H.. A. H. J. Cheltenham. H. Manchester. Bradford. Holland.. Withington Girls' School. Kensington.A.. Thornbee Street. J. W...A.... E. Hairow. Calday Grange School. Heatherley. W. Bev. HoRSfALL. Miss M. Miss A. J.. Roehampton.. B. Bev. F.A. Litt. B. College of the Resurrection. E. C. M. Hollidge. Bev. Wheelwright Grammar School.. Unley Paik.A.W.A.. Hogarth. S. Newcastle-on- Tyne.A. Bev. 3Iiss K. LL. F. Giles'. Church Lane.A. 18.. Prince Consort Road.. S. I. D. M.

M. Hutchinson. King Street... Lorton Hall. Oxford. Prof. F. Hunter.. 2. Belgrave Villas.A. J.W.. Godalming. F.. Oxford. E. Rev. Miss C. Miss G. Cyprus. M. P. S.P. R. Dorset. Street. 10. Jesus College. Withington.. T. Jelf. Coventry. HtJGEL.. HuGH-JoNES. M. B. 49. J. Miss E.A. S. A.. W.. Manchester. West Didsbury. S.. Kay. H. von. L.A. M. S.. M. M.. Tunbridge Wells. Oxford. 107.A. The College. Cumberland. M. Limpstield. M.. The Writers' Club. Rev.A. W. M.J. Northampton. Moss Side... P. Vicarage Gate.C. A. M. Blackburn.A. Hyslop. W.. HuBBERSTY. Wyss Wood. Miss A. Hurstleigh. James. W.. Jackson. Drayton Gardens. Litt. HuLBERT. B. S. L. Hughes. R.A. Mrs. 30... Manchester. Rev. O. K.. HowARTH. Lightcliffe Vicarage. Halifax HuLBERT.. Lyddon Hall.A. W. Cockermouth. Hanover Square.. University Club for Ladies. HuLTON. W. Jackson. Hughes.A. New College. Derwent Avenue. Miss B... F.Litt. M. M. Worcs.M. Sir J. Sherborne. 0. HuBBACK. 10. L. Tunbridge Wells.. Strand. Manchester. Ilkley. L. Gorphwysfa.. M. Norfolk W. Miss J. C. HuRsr. Alvechurch. Stoke Rectory. T. Irwin.. Wingfield House. Irvine.D. R. Stony hurst College. 13..A.A.B.A. Cambridge.APPENDIX 72 How. CM. Eaton Terrace. The Cottage. 4. Oxford.. Monmouth.. A. .. R... 21. P. J. George Street. D. M. Hunt. J..A. A. M. Surrey. Jack. C. W. C. S. Miss C. Hiiddersfield. Rev.. Brixworth.W. Kensington. H. HuiTON. The Grammar School. L. Prof.A. South Kensington.. G.. A. H. G. Baron F.. H..A..A.A. B.... Leeds.D.. Malvern. *Jasonidy.. Kenley.. Arundel Road.C. S. Jamieson.. Queen's College. Rev. Bold Street. Trinity College. Cambridge. James. King's College School. Levitt.. Amherst Road. Miss L.. Ballard's Shaw. HoYLE. James.. Woodlands.. Westcoto. James. Limassol. Impey.A. J. L. M. 10.. HuTTON.. Charterhouse. E.

Manor Road. Oxford. Jex-Blake. Ahmedabad. Lincoln- Jones. B. D. Cheshire. J. Cardiff.. C.. Feltham. F. Miss E. C. Miss L. Aston. Birmingham.. H. Milltown Park. Kelsey. Miss K. W. B. L. S. A. Alexandra College. Miss N. B. Miss T>. Cambridge. 10 . C. Jukes. L.. S. King Edward's Jones. H.A. Redhill.. 16. M.S. H. G. Croydon.. S.. Jones. W. Birmingham.. Keeling. Oxford. Miss E.A. St.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 73 *Jenkinson.A. H..A. Hillside Cottage. M. C. A.. T.. M.. B.Litt. Park Lane. M. Park Lane. M. Sheffield. Hampstead. Dublin.. W. Bradford. Keay. W. 97. R. M.. Rev. *JoHNSON. 97.. Keen. H. Altrincham.D. Cambridge. D.A. Oakbank.. Jones. B.E. Eev. Durham.A. 10. Woodleigh. Principal. *JoHNSON. Miss E. 128. M. F. B. *JoHNSON.. Jones. Croydon... Spalding Grammar School. New College. F. M.. Girton College. Cambridge. Johnson. M..A. M. C. F. Joseph. Jenkyns.. M. Willaston School. 13.. Canterbury. Lloyd..J. C. S. Waltham Abbey. Bermondsey. E. Greenwich Road. Grammar School for Girls.. shire. Victoria Park Road. Tower House. Keane.A.A. Girton College. Secondary School. L. W. Jewson. * Johnston. Gayton Crescent.. Ennismore Gardens. Lady Margaret Hall.. *Jex-Blake. *JoHNSON.A..C.. M.... Margaret's Road. Hulme Grammar School. G. E. Camp Hill. Johns. 33. W. Catharine's College. 3fiss E. Essex. I. Oxford. Rev. M. Keen.. Johnson... Chaucer Road. Miss C. India. N. Miss B. B. Very Rev. E. King Edward VI.A. Keatinge. F.. Manchester. Mrs.C. M.A. Cheltenham. S. Chester.A.C. Bishop Hatfield's Hall. Mr. R.. Dublin. H.. Norwich. Rev. J. Broomhall Place. J. Miss H. Higher Kinnerton.. Miss L.. Eastbourne. M..A. Cambridge. Grammar School. School. Jbvons. The Hon... 40. Jones. Rev. Litt. JuDSON. St.D. 14. Dean Close School. Bracondale. B.A. H. Feltham. Queenwood.A. Jex-Blake.... Principal. W.A..E. King's School... Nantwich..W. Johnston.W. JoBSON.

. R. Sir F. S. The Phillips Exeter Academy. G. Kempthorne.C. Oxford and Cambridge Club. The Old Residence. Kingdom. West Downs. New Hampshire. Goldington Avenue. A. KiRBY. I. Verij Rev. B.N. M.. KiRWAN. the Lord Bishop of. KiRTLAND. W.. Lancelot. U. Ker. Ely.A.S.. D. E.W... C. M. 13. Liverpool College. 826. D. Kidd. C. Nassington Road. Birmingham. M.. S.. J. D.A. The Hon. Mikleton. KiNDERSLEY..A. Ripon. a.V.D. Clifton College. 44.A. Church Gi-een.. Michigan. R. Ahmedabad... M.S. W. M. Prof.. India. W. Rev..W. M.W. Malabar Hill. G. Wycombe Abbey School. Kennedy. Windsor.. J. S.. Kipling. Kensington. KiNCAiD. Rt. S. See Manchester.. Head Master.. C. E. Bombay. Langdon-Davies.. Pall Mall. Abbeylands.A. CLE. Knox. KiRKPATRicK. Mrs.. Miss C. T... Eton College.S. Vicarage Gardens.S. Kyrke-Penson.I. P. Hampstead. R. D.. 27ie Most Revererid C. K. Winchester. .. Bristol.Litt. Kensington. Rrof.A.O. B. The Grammar School. Coniberton Hall.. Lymm.M.APPENDIX 74 *Kelsey. P. M.C. King. King. S. Rev. Sherborne. W.. 145. Bombay Presidency.. Kew.A. N. La Motte. Miss H.. Miss M. Mrs. 58. 9. Exeter. Rev.. F. See York. Bedford. (University of Michigan). W. Kenyon. Lamb.B. Streatham. A. Wilson.. E. B.W. I. The Deanery. Sir Richard.A. Cheshire. Rt. E..... Bishop of Krause. Rev. Miss F. W. Gloucester Terrace. J. N. Whitehall. C. Shenstone..S. F.D. Miss E. The British Museum. M. M. Miss J. G. F. Bertrand Road. C. Haileybury College. Bucks.A.A. Kennedy. A. Kidderminster. Archbishop of. Hyde Park. Kennedy. Lang..S. Liverpool. W.. Whitehall House. M. P. W. Cambridge. M. K. Cambridge Terrace. Knaresborough.C. Bishop of... Mrs. Kendall.C...A.A. Calcraft. Knight. Valley Road. B.. South Shields. 5. Liverpool. Edgbaston. B. Canon J.A..A. Rt. C. Godalming. Tappan Street..Litt. 5. Ann Arbor. King.A. Digby.C. D. H.. M. Charterhouse.. Herts. U.C..D..A. *Lamb. M. F. Kemp. Queen's Drive.B. Bolton. Rev. Highfield Road. G. I. Lang. See Lichfield... 19. The Cliff. Poona.

Leader. High School for Girls. ' nr. Lewis. A.A.A. EaHng Common. Essex. Alex.. Royal Academical Institution. Brow Hill. J. G. S. Layman. Lehmann-Haupt. Warden of Trinity College.D.. Kirkby Lonsdale.D. Miss A K. C. M. L. Moseley. Rev. Miss D.. Collegiate School.. M. Lewis.. Slough... W. Bath. Bromley. 13. S. Leach. Herbert Road. T. Miss E.... Guiseley. Prof. Lewis. Thornfield...A. W. Prof.. Lea. W.. Toronto.. Headmaster. Miss J. B. E. F. Castlebrae. R. *Leaf. Litt. Oxford... Lewis. M. Cambridge.W. G. Elmshurst. Langley. East Finchley. Poughkeepsie. LL. Africa.C. M. Sir Sidney. Lewis. Liverpool. 50a. Sussex.. Leary.. N. Cape Province. Lewis. Kent Town. Layng. Ph. M... Miss.. Birmingham. H.W.. Litt. Sussex Place. Ledgard. W.. N. 6. W.. B. Steyning School. W.A. H. 3.. E. N. J. K.A. a. Stanley C. Abercromby Square. S. Ambleside. Queen's Square. Leman.. Latter. F. Bristol. Lewis.. Australia. M.. Oxford Road. Lexham Gardens. 85. Albemarle Street.M. Nottingham.. Rcigate Hill. Rev. Lee. Abby. 204. Wanganui.A. St. M.D.A. Birmingham. Prittlewell. The University. Lee-Strathy.A. Mrs.A. Farnham Common. Monument Road. New Zealand. J. M. Rise. B. Pembroke College. Legard. . E.. Lawson.D. E. Prince Alfred College. E. Hawksworth Avenue. Vassar College. Kensington.A. a. R. King's College. Westmorland. L. Rev. M.D.D.. E. 29. H.. Reigate. 108a. 26. LL. L. London. B. London. Bognor.. J. M. Batheaston. M. Warwick Road. Leeds.. LL.. Lewis. U. A. Miss. B. M.A. Rev. Laurie. Victoria College. Graaff Reinet. M.A. Melbourne. G.A..NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 75 Langford. Grove Park. Lee..A. Rev.. M. N. D. W. Rawlinson Road. Mary's Lodge..A. C. M. Solva.. The Gale.A. LL. S. Hampstead High School for Girls. Canada.. Belfast. Worcester Avenue.. Leach. Legg... Lattimer.. Latham. Sherwood Miss A.A.. Prof. 2. T.Y. M.. P. Miss M. Clifton. Miss E.D.A.. London. INI. Lewis... Craigellachie. Leckenby... Cambridge..S. R. Mrs. Wrexham. *Leeper. Harborne. A. 5.. Miss A.. Birmingham.

. W. Canon W.D.A. Wandsworth Common. Training College for Women. Windsor.W.. Miss G. Putney. Rev. LovEGROvE. M. D. J.. B. G.. E. M. Lloyd. the Lord Bishop of. Cambridge. VV. M. G. B. Old Burlington Street. Oxford. Eccles Old Eoad. Lodge. LiNZELL. Balliol College. Lichfield. B. A..W.. B.A.W. Leeds. LoREBURN. Rev. LiBBEY. The Palace. M..E. B.A. Glamorgan. C. Liverpool.C. Rev.. Wexford Eoad. LiNNELL. M. M.. M.. Hon..E... C...A. LoANE. Yicarage Eoad. Livingstone. Pendlebury. E. Eton College. Bolton. LiNDSELL. B. N. LowRY.. Lipscomb.A.. 84. London. Lewis. G. Miss B. London. N. H.. J. Beaconsfield Street. London.. Wales. Cheshire. E. Rt. 26. LiMEBEER. Cambridge. S. Jackson. Liverpool. Tottenham.. Junr.. Pendlebury High School.... H.. Old Palace. W. B.. Paternoster Eow.. St. O. Allerton House. Bradford... Miss A.A. 35.. M. Charterhouse. W. Lichfield.A.. Hampstead. 324... LiDDERDALE.. Hendon. Longman. S.. Miss M. LiGHTLEY.A. S. Headingley College. Loewe.. 1 .. Liberty. 15. The Vicarage.A. Warden of Keble College. E. M. LiLLEY. Leeds. Upper Park Fields. 2. Pontypridd.A.A. 8.APPENDIX 76 Lewis. A. Miss M. Stanley House. Lindsay. W.. Pudsey. E. Oxford. the Lord Bishop of. School House. Rt.. 39.A. Blackheath. Luce.K.A. Godalming. Catharine's College.A. Rev. Miss S. Euthin. 50. Lincoln. M. Lorimer. Miss E.A. Miss D. D. Euthiu School. Felixstowe. Earl.. L..A.. Uxbridge Eoad. Rev. E. The Grammar School. 29... M. Victoria Settlement. T. Llewellyn. (*orpus Christi College. Princes Avenue. Knockaverry.A. Lloyd.. Lyndhurst. Tonbridge. G. W. S. Miss H. S. near Birmingham. M. M. J.C.A. Colfe Grammar School. Birclifield Eoad.A.. LoNGWORTH. F. Newnham College... Lincoln. W. J.. W.. Somerville College.A. W. Oxford. M. E. Lubbock. M... Liverpool. Fitzjohn's Avenue.A. D. S.W. Rt. Rev. Lewisham.D. D.D.A.W. Ealing.. Fvilneck School. Eaton Square. W. M. Linton-Smith. Llewelyn. Rev. Grammar School. LoRiNG. Blundellsands. F. B. Netherfield Eoad. N.. M. Perry Barr. Oxford. B. Birmingham. Lucas. LuMB. Manchester.... Miss M. Lock. B. Linnell Close. M. W. Wallasey High School.. E.

. Bowdon. Miss E.. Gt. M.A.. Hon. P. Uppingham School. M.... B.. Malim. Rev. Mainwaring. Bradford. C.. J... M. Bombay. Leicester..A. the Lord Bishop of. W. Rutland...A. *Macnaghten.A. Poughkeepsie. Rev. Miss A. Rev. R. Baron's Court. W.A. Manchester. Macleod... Lts. *Macan.A. N... Macmillan. Calcutta. Overdale.A. LL.S.. M. L. H. M.. Red Gables. Head Master. Poplar Avenue. Oxford.. M. Ilkley... Oxford. Girls' Grammar School. M. 26. B. Eton College. Provost of Queen's College. Head Master. *Lyttelton.A. School. B.W.B. D. Macfarlane. a. D. F. Miss G. C. 6. Manchester. Vassar College.Litt. A.B. LuNN.A... W. MacGregor. Ltd. A.S.. Miss M.Y. Crosby.D.D. Liverpool.. Miss C. 12. Windsor. M.. Worcester College. a. Windsor. G.. W. W. *Malim. A. T. Windsor.. Macnaghten..A. Wadleigh High Madan.A.. H. ... J. Impington Park. 27. S. Bedford College. Lyttelton.. H.. the Hon.. Kensington. D. H. M. W. F. M. Edith Road.A. Mont- Road. J. B. 77 M. M. M. E. MacVay. Bishop's Court..A.A.. LL.P.. Eton College. near Richmond. W... Winandermere.M. Sydenham Road. Cheshire. J..A. Hillborough Road.A. Macnaughton.. Eton College. Mackesy. Alice Buildings. F. Surrey. W.... The Old Christopher. Ph. Regent's Park. New York City.. Ham Common.. Bombay Co. *Mackekzie. Macfarlane-Grieve.A. U.Litt.A.Litt. Herts.. J. W. B. G. G. Oxford.W. Croydon.. Miss A.. Wadham College. Mere Road. B. H. Hornby Road.A. Leeds.D.B. Rev. Magrath. LuPTON. M. Brighton. a. Hyde Terrace. J. Pembroke Gardens. D. Arthur. p. Master of Univei-sity College. D.. Beds. Maldbn... *Mackail. W. Haileybury College. Springwood. i/iss E. R. Brighton and Hove High School. LuPTON. Macurdy. P. 44. D. Rt. Rev. N. R. Luton. Roundhay. L. Rev. Leeds.. U. Rev. Carnagh. Cambridge. Wast Heath School. MacInnes.. pelier Lion. W. Queen's Gate Gardens. Oxford.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS LuNHAM.

Stonyhurst College. Bombay.. Marsh.. Constantinople. The Crescent.. Bangkwang. . E.. B. T. Colombo. Mavrogordato. Bromsgi-ove School. May ALL. A. B. Mathews. Blackburn. W. D. 52.I. C. W. Warlbeck.A.A. Rev. Mrs. M. Bromsgrove. E.D.A.. H.. Mrs. Newcastle- on-Tyne. Mayo. W. Wokingham. 2. C. M. Aberystwyth. K.. Canon A. E. Pearce. S.. L. H..J. Mansfield.. Massey. Siam.. Mnswtll Avenue. p. Martin. (Scot. Rev. H.A. Gt. Savile Road. J.A.. W. D. B. Ph.D.A. Hampstead.T. N. Merchant Taylors' School.. *Matthaei. E. Brighton. F. J. C.APPENDIX 78 Mann. M. M.C. Oxford. Queen's Gate Gardens. Joseph's College.W.C. 1. A.. S. N.A. Manchester.. K. Russell Mansions. South Hampstead. W. Miss A. Ilkley. 70. N.. D. W.A. Canterbury. Bombay. Martin.. lies des Princes.. Muswell HiU. Rev. Clifton. Miss A. H. C. University College of Wales.A. B.. E. N.. Rev. Perth Road. H. Hulme Grammar School.. Bedford.. Cauynge Square.C.A.. Ignatius. York.A. Ovingdean Hall.W. Marchant.. G. Marshall.A.. M. A..S.Glenearn. E. Cambridge.Crieff. Oxford. Marks. M. The Imperial Ottoman Naval School. Matheson. St.). Fallowfield. Lincoln College.A. J. Rev. Gordon House. C. Rev. Rev. Marshall. St. 11. S. J.. 43. 37. Mason..W. Miss M. M. Matthews. British Museum.. 25.. John's Wood Park. Cuthbert's Grammar School. Elphinstone College. B. Malton.A. M.. H.A. Martindale... B. M. Martin. Manchester. Prof.. Miss M. Jacob Circle. M. Marshall. May. Rev. near Bangkok. Ampleforth College. St. Oakhill. Newnham College.A. Mason. Rev. W. West Kensington. *Mayor.. Masham. Martin. D.. Brighton. St... The Precincts. Bristol. M... Staffs. St. B. 3. P.J. Belsize Park Gardens. Paul's School. Luckley.. Matthew. M. H. J.. F. A.. M. F... M..E. Mattingly. C.A.A. Marshall. Miss L. Martin.B. Demesne Road. J.. N. King's College. Halki. E.. Marillier. Stoke-on-Trent. Maufe. S. M. A. Wilbraham Road. B.A.. Ovingdean Hall..

NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS
Mayor, Rev.

Prof. J.

13.,

79

M.A., Queensgate House, Kingston

Hill, Surrey.

Mayor,

R. J. G., M.A,, Board of Education, Whitehall, S.W.

McAnally, H. W. W., B.A., The War Oiiice, Whitehall, S.W.
McClure, Sir J. D., LL.D., B.Mus., Mill Hill School, N.W.
McCombie, Miss G. C, M.A., 36, North Bailey, Durham.
McCoRMiCK, Rev. J. G., St. Michael's Vicarage, Ebury Square,
S.W.

McOrea, Miss G. J., High School for Girls, Stafford.
McCroben, Miss G., M.A., Girls' High School, Wakefield.
*McCutcheon, Miss K. H., B.A., Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.
McElderry, Prof. R. K., M.A., Ardgriana, Galway.

McKay, H.

G., B.A., St. Bede's School,

McMurtrie, Miss B.

S.

B.,

M.A.,

Eastbourne.
40,

Eversley

Crescent,

Isleworth, Middlesex.

Measures, A. E., M.A., King Edward VI. School, Bii-mingham.
Meiklejohn, R. S., M.A., C.B., 105, Holland Road, Kensington,

W.

Menzies, G. K., M.A., 14, Milborne Grove, The Boltons, S.W.
Menzies, Mrs., 14, Milborne Grove, The Boltons, S.W.

Merrick, Rev. G. P., M.A., M.B., 110, Belgrave Road, S.W.
Merrill, Prof. E. T., LL.D., University of Chicago, U.S.A.
Merry, Rev. W. W., D.D., Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford.
Miall, Prof L. C, D.Sc, E.R.S., Norton Way N., Letchworth.
Michael, ilfissE. McL., B.A., 14, Compton Road, Canonbury,
N.
MicHELL, W. G., M.A., The Lawn, Rugby.
MiERS, Sir Henry A., M.A., D.Sc, F.R.S., Vice-Chancellor of
the University, Manchester.
Miles, J. C, M.A., Merton College, Oxford.
MiLFORD, Rev. L. S., M.A., Haileybury College, Hertford.
*MiLLARD, V. C. H., M.A., Shrewsbury House, Surbiton.

Miller, Rev. G., 97, St. George's Square, London, S.W.
*MiLLiNGTON, Miss M. V., 47, Peak Hill, Sydenham, S.E.
Mills, Miss B. T., Milverton, Somerset.
Milne, J. G., M.A., Bankside, Goldhill, Farnham, Surrey.
MiLNER,

Rt.

Hon. Viscount, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., D.C.L., Brooks's

Club, St. James's Street, S.W.

MiNTURN, Miss E. T., M.A., 14, Chelsea Embankment, S.W.
Mitchell, J. M., East London College, Mile End Road, E.
*MiTCHESON, R. E., M.A., B.C.L., 46, Ladbroke Square, W.
Monk, Rev. E. C, A.C.P., 16, Thorne Road, Doncaster.

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Montague, C. E., M.A., Oak Drive, Fallowfield, Manchester.
Montague, Mrs., Oak Drive, Fallowfield, Manchester.
MoNTEATH, J., B.A., I.O.S., Ahmednagar, India.
Moor, Mrs. E. S., 1, Clifton Hill, Winchester.
Moor, Miss M. R, 1, Clifton Hill, Winchester.
Moor, S. A., M.A., Head Master, Grammar School, Kendal.
Moore, G. A., 32, Cleveland Square, W.
Moore, Miss M. A., Lis Esgol, Worcester,
Moore, Miss E., Grcenbank Cottage, Liverpool, E.
Moore, E. W., M.A., Christ's Hospital, West Horsham.
Morgan, Miss B. H., County High School, Sale, Cheshire.
MoRiARTY, G. P., M.A., 1, Mill Lane, Cambridge.
MoRisoN, L., M.A., Board of Education, Whitehall, S.W.
Morley, of Blackburn, Rt. Hon. Viscount, O.M., LL.D., D.C.L.,
F.R.S., Flowermead, Wimbledon Park, S.W.
Morrell, W. J., M.A., Otago High School, Dunedin, New
Zealand.

Morris, G. G., M.A., Old School House, Sherborne, Dorset.
Morris, H. H., M.A., 1, St. George's Square, Worcester.
Morton, W. C, M.A., M.D., 27, Stratford Street, Leeds.
Moss, Rev. Prebendary H. W., M.A., Highfield Park, near
Oxford.

MouLTON, Rev. J. H., D.Litt., Didsbury College, Manchester.
*MoxoN, Rev. T. A., M.A., Alfreton Vicarage, Derbyshii-e.
Muir-Mackenzie, Sir K., G.C.B., K.C., 39, Grosvenor Road,
S.W.
*Mumm, a. L., M.A., 4, Hyde Park Street, W.
MuNRO, J. A. R., M.A., Lincoln College, Oxford.
*Murfet, a. T. M., B.A., The Grammar School, Galway.

Murray,
Murray,

Prof. G. G. A., LL.D., Christ Church, Oxford.
Prof. Howard, LL.D., Dalhousie College, HaUfax,

Canada.
John, M.A., 50a, Albemarle Street, W.
MuscHAMP, J. G. S., M.A., 57, Westbury Road, Bristol.
MusPRATT, E. K., LL.D., Seaforth Hall, Liverpool.
MussoN, Miss C. J., Cintra Lodge, Reading.

Murray,

Myers, Ernest, M.A., Brackenside, Chislehurst.
*Myres, Prof. J. L., M.A., 101, Banbury Road, Oxford.
Nairn, Rev. J. A., Litt.D., Merchant Taylors' School, E.G.
Nairne, Rev. Prof. A., M.A., D.D., 4, Corring Way, Golder's
Green,

N.W.

NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS
*Naylor,

H.

Prof.

Darnley,; The

University,

Adelaide,

81
S.

Arstralia.

Needham,

C. T., M.P., 4, Lancaster Road, Didsbury, Manchester.

Neild, Miss H.

M.A., Pinehurst, Crowborovigh.
7, Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells.
Newcomb, Miss E., 19, St. Helena Road, Redland, Bristol.
Newman, Miss M. L., The High School, Rutland Park,
T.,

*]S'ewbold, W., M.A.,

Sheffield.

Newman, W.

L., Litt.D., 1, Pittville Lawn, Cheltenham.
Newton, Miss A., B.A., The Grammar School, Witney, Oxford.
*Newton, C. W., M.A., Ivy Dene, Hampton Park, Hereford.
Newton, Miss E. H., B.A., Aske's Haberdashers' School for
Girls, Jerningham Road, New Cross, S.E.
Nicholson, E. B., B.A., British Museum, W.C.
Nicholson, Miss J., The High School, Kidderminster.
Nicholson, Miss M., 25, Mount Park Crescent, Ealing, W.

Nicklin, Rev.

T.,

Hulme Hall, Manchester.
Grammar School, Portsmouth.

M.A.,

NicoL, J. C, M.A.,

Nightingale, A. D., M.A., Sidney House, Oundle, Northants.
NiMMO, Miss, King Edward's School for Girls, Handsworth,

Birmingham.
NixoN, J. E., M.A., King's College, Cambridge.

Nolan, Rtv.

T. V., S.J., St. Francis Xavier's,

Upper Gardiner

Street, Dublin.
the Duke of., E.M., K.G., Norfolk House,
James's Square, S.W.
NoRRis, Miss M. E., M.A., 15, Barton Street, West Kensing-

*NoRFOLK, His Grace
St.

ton,

W.

NoRTHBOURNE, Rt. Hon. Lmxl, Betteshanger, Eastry, Kent.
Norton, D. E., M.A., King's School, Bruton, Somerset.
Norwood, C, M.A., The Grammar School, Bristol.
Norwood, Prof. G., M.A., 65, Ninian Road, Cardiff.
Nowers, G. p., M.A., Marley Cottage, Haslemere, Surrey.
Oakeley, Miss
Square,

H.

D.,

M.A.,

King's

College,

Kensington

W.

O'Brien, Rev. P.
U.S.A.

F.,

M.A.,

St.

Mary's College, Winona, Minn.,

O'Connor, Bernard, B.A., M.D., M.R.C.P.,
Lincoln's Inn,

14,

Old Square,

W.C.

Odgers, Rev. J. E., M.A., D.D., 9, Marston Ferry Road, Oxford.
*0ke, a. W., B.A., LL.M., 32, Denmark Villas, Hove, Sussex.

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Oliphant, Prof. S. Grant, A.M., Ph.D., Grove City College,
Grove City, Penn.sylvania, U.S.A.

O'Malley, B. F. K., Liverpool College, Liverpool.
Orange, Miss B., University House, Bii-mingham.
Ormerod, H. a., B.A., Grey Cottage, Blundell Road, High
Town, Liverpool.
OsBORN, G. F. A., M.A., Rydal Mount School, Colwyn Bay.
Osborne, J. N., B.A., 27, Avondale Road, Chesterfield.
Owen, A. S., M.A., Keble CoUege, Oxford.
Owen, R. H., B.A., Worcester College, Oxford.
Owen, S. G., M.A., Christ Church, Oxford.
[Oxon.
Oxford, Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of, Cuddesdon, Wheatley,
Page, T. E., M.A., Litt.D., Woodcote, Godalming.
Paget, R., M.A., 50, Old Bailey, B.C.
Paine, W. L., M.A., 26, Sydenham Road, Croydon.
Pallis, a., Tatoi, Aigburth Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool.

Palmer,
Pantin,

Rt. Rev. E. J.,

W.

D.D.

E. p., M.A., 17,

See Bombay, Bishop of.
Dewhurst Road, W. Kensington,

W.
Papamosco, Miss A., 78, Huskisson Street, Liverpool.
Papillon, Rev. Canon T. L., M.A., Acrise, Hall Place Gardens,
St.

Albans.

Parker, Miss C. E., Westfield College, Hampstead, N.W.
Parker, Col. J. W. R., C.B., F.S. A., Browsholme Hall, Clitheroe.
Parker, Rev. W., M.A., B.D., King's School House, Roche.ster.
Parry, E. H., Stoke House, Seaford.
Parry, Rev. Canon R. St. J., B.D., Trinity College, Cambridge.
Paterson, Prof A. C, Transvaal University College, Pretoria.
J. L., M.A., High Master, Grammar School, Man-

Paton,

chester.

Paul, Miss A. S., M.A., Clapham High School, Clapham, S.W.
Pavri, N. p., B.A., LL.B., Small Cause Court, Bombay.
Peacock, M. H., M.A., 153, Woodstock Road, Oxford.
Peake, Prof. A. S., M.A., Gairloch, Freshfield, nr. Liverpool.
Pearce, J. W. E., M.A., Merton Court Preparatory School,
Footscray, Kent.
Pearman, J. O'H., 16, Macaulay Road, Birkby, Huddersfield.
*Pearson, a. C, M.A., Nateby, Warlingham, Surrey.
*Pearson, Miss E. R., M.A., Abbey Park South, St. Andrews.
Pearson, Miss M. E., M.A., University Registry, Cathays
Park, Cardiff.

NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS

83

Pember, F. W., M.A., 60, Queen's Gardens, W.
Pendlebury, C, M.A., Arlington House, 39, Brandenburgh
Road, Gunnersbury, W.
Penny, Miss D. A, A., Clifton High School, Bristol.
*Penrose, Miss E., M.A., Principal, Somerville College, Oxford.
Percival, p. E., B.A., I.C.S., Secretariat, Bombay.
Pereira, Eev. E., The Oratory School, Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Perman, Miss Ida A., M.A., County School, Pembroke Dock.
Peskett, a, G., M.A., Magdalene College, Cambridge.

Peskett, Miss S. M., (No address).
*Peterson, Principal W., LL.D., C.M.G., McGill University,
Montreal, Canada.
*Phelps, Rev. L. R., M.A., Provost of Oriel College, Oxford.
Phillimore, Hon. Sir W. G., Bart., D.C.L., Cam House,

Campden

Hill,

Phillips, Prof.
Phillips, Rev.

Kensington,

W.
W.

W.

LL.M., The University, Leeds.
R., M.A., St. Mary's Rectory, Forncett,

R.,

Norfolk.

Philpotts, J.

S.,

M.A., B.C.L., The Ousels, Tunbridge Wells.

Phipps, Miss M. E. A., B.A., 38, St. Barnabas Road, Cambridge.
*Pickard, Miss E. M., Overdale School, Settle, Yorks.

PiCKARD, Miss K., B.A., Bradford Commercial Institute,
Telegraph Chambers, Market Street, Bradford.
Pickard-Cambridge, a. W., M.A., Balliol College, Oxford.
Pickering, T. E., M.A., The Schools, Shrewsbury.
PiLKiNGTON, Mrs., Briar's Hey, Rainhill, Lanes.
PiPPET, Rev. G. B., M.A,, Ushaw College, Durham.
Plaistowe, F. G., M.A., Queens' College, Cambridge.
Plaskitt, W. L., M.A., LL.B., Grendon, Walm Lane, Cricklewood,

N.W.

Plater, Rev. C. D., S.J., St. Mary's Hall, Stonyhui-st, Blackburn.
Platt, Prof. A., M.A., 5, Chester Terrace, Regent's Park,

N.W.
Plunkett,

Count,

F.S.A.,

26,

Upper

Fitzwilliam

Street,

Dublin.

Pollard, A. T., M.A., Powys, Sidmouth.
Pollock, Sir F., Bart., M.A., D.C.L., 21, Hyde Park Place, W.
Poole, Miss D. J. L., The Museum House, Oxford.
Pooler, Rev. C. K., D.Litt., B.D., M.A, English Street,
Downpatrick.
PooLEY, H. F., M.A., Scotter, Well Walk, Hampstead, N.W.
Pope, G. H., M.A., B.C.L., 60, Banbury Road, Oxford.

Ragg. K. Quelch. Prideaux.E. 1. Dublin. M.. PoYNTER.. C. A. R. at Rodney House.D. PuRDiE. The Queen Mary High School. *Raleigh. Birstall. County Secondary School. Anfield. Moscow Court. Purser. 0. Rackham. F. H.A. 15.A.. Fonthill.. The Cathedral School. Hereford. M. 29. 6. Royal Holloway College... C. King's School.R. a. M.A. Miss J.. Prickard. Blairgowrie. 35. The Athenaeum... East Grinstead.. Lee. G. Wellington Place. Pye. Trinity College.C..A. Fleet.A.. M. Miss A. A. Miss M. M.L. Ramsay. Ph. J.. a. 60. a... Bart. Pkirdie. Miss E. J. West Kensington. A. Liverpool. I. L.APPENDIX 84 Pope... 57.C.. Englefield Green. 318.. Prichard. Christ's College. R. J. W. Liverpool Collegiate School.A. Hillside Gardens. Ladies' College. Pall Mall. S. C. J. Grove Park.. Behar and Orissa. Wood Lane. Miss K.. Uxbridge.B.. Galway.S. Liverpool. Windsor. W. Summer Lane. Powell. M.. M.T.. J. B. G. Powell. B. M. F. ifis«M. D.D. P. M. *Rainy. Miss. Prof.. H.D.A. Linnet Lane. *Ramsay. M. Surrey. Linton Road.. PoYNTER. Mary's College. Hants.Sc. L. Rev. Highgate. Litt. Cambx'idge.B. India. Drumore.A. Sussex. 8. Price. 70. M. R.E.. Litt..A. M. Miss K. *Rackham.. St.D. Shotover. Park Road. W. W.. Leeds. The Grange. W. T. *Radford.R. M.. U. Eton College. A. M.. Litt.O..A. Oxford. G. M. *PowELL. Ramsay. J. near Leeds. . Newcastle-under-Lyme. Litt. Preedy. P. N. Queen's Road. H... Prof. Proctor. Rains.C. Radcliffe.S. Sydenham. W. Champaran. St.... Lancaster Gate. B. Miss F.. Gloucestershire. Michael's Hostel.. W. Oxford. 36. Mrs.. Addison Road. Headicgley.. J. Prof. Ramapillai.A.W..A.A. PosTGATE. Oxford. Birmingham.S.D. Miss H. PuRTON.A. Staffs.. Powell. H. M. Banbury Road..R.. W. Ceylon. Stroud.. University College. Sir E. Jaffna. H. N.D...A.. A. M.A. S. Orme Girls' School. Cheltenham.S. Prof... M.. 14.. Edith Road. S. G.. *Radcliffe. Women's Settlement. D.. B. The Hindu College. Liverpool. Canterbury..

H. Withington..A.. Miss C. Rhodes... G..... H. B. M. West Kensington. King Edward VI. Guildford.A. Miss H. E.D. Ealing. Sumner Place. Oxford. RiCKARDS. Rev.. Eton College. Reade.. M. Miss R.D. Richards. The College. Rhoades. Miss A.. Essex. South Luflfenham. Grammar School.A. Head Master. The Lodgings. G. N.. B... Gill & Co. W. Richmond... Birmingham.. F. Manor Road. Wallace Street. 22. 24. O. G. Litt. Essex.. Trumpiugton Road.A.A. Re..A. Miss M. Reeve. F.W. Ridley.. Corfton Road.B. M.A... L. H.. Miss J. Kingswood School. Cheshire. T. M.. Bryanston Road.. Richmond.. University College. M. J. E. S. Rawlins.B. Dedham House.. B. M. Stamford. Ladybarn House School. near Ware. Rendall.. Richards. Wadham College... . Cardiff. Cambridge. 14. J. W. Reid. Richmond. c/o Messrs.. Prof. Westfield College. Litt. M. Stockwell Road. Cambridge. Kingsthorpe. A.A. Fen Ditton. J. C. li. Victoria Square. K. N. W.A. H. Rendall. Richards.. J. *Rendall.C. Rees. M. Bath. Miss F.A. Stanstead Abbots. V.. Miss C. 3. New Street. F. Oxford.A.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 85 Eapson. Prof.A. Oxford. J. Richards.W.A. S. Beavor Lodge.A.. Kelvedon. S. Richards.. Prof.. Sir W. *RiDDiNG. Hammersmith.. Lingwood. W. Flendyshe.A. H.D. Brockley..E. Richards.W. M. F. Ridgeway. Fort. S. Manchester. Miss S. Newcastle-on-Tyne. B. Litt. 15. B. W. Rawnslby. 25.A.P.. G. Miss E. 8. C. J. The Rectory. Hampstead. Dedham. M. Mortimer Road. Richardson.. Wellesley Mansions. R. J. Rev. Prenton. M. Reynolds.. West Road. Sc...A.D. S. Prof. W. Newcastle-onTyne. R. E. M. F. F.. Bombay..W. Herts. Cambridge. Training College. The Gables. Cambridge. 30. Jesus College. M.. Elswick Road..A. W.. Rhys. M... Shamley Green.. M. Bartholomew Road. Richardson..v. M. Oriel College. Windsor..A. Winchester. M. Richardson. M..

Half Moon Street.. W. D. Everton. L.A.A.. F. B. Riley. M. W.D. H... K. Robert. Ross. Brighouse. J. A. Robertson. Burnley.P. A... Mus. D. D. 39..E. W. Halle-an-der-8aale.D. S. B. Principal of Univer. Didsbury. D.. Donnington.A... J. C.. M.D. M. Bev.....C. Denbighshire. RooKE. Blacktoft Vicarage. Cheyne Walk. Holmfield.A. Rhys.. D..I.D. Ritchie.. Litt. Howden. Central Provinces. Victoria College. A. India. S. 10.. Sevenoaks. Roberts. LL. Bev. Queen Anne's Gardens.. RoscoE. London. M.C. E. 7.A. Miss G. M. Sir G. Oxford. Aigburth.. East Khandesh. Newbury.W. Prof. Leeds.. K. D. Miss M. Liverpool. Germany. Girls' Secondary School. Robertson. Roberts.. Cardiff. Winchester. RoTHFELD. C. E. G. College Street.. L. Stoke-on-Trent. M. 31. M. RoWELL. Robertson. St.A. The University. G.D.. I. RoBY. M. B. 14. Roberts.. Prof.. King Street. Cambridge. Bev.Bac. A. Miss M. G.. Robertson. Bradford. Canada. Otto.S. Beech view. W. Aigburth Vale High School. St. M.. E. Roberts..sity College.. Jalgaon. Litt. Bev.. Scott. N. Miss A. Prof. Michael's Crescent. M. M. Toronto. *RouSE. Nagpur. RiGBY..A. M. Headingley... Yorks... B.A. 40. . E. Rogers. Museum Road. R. Liverpool.C.. Ilsley Cottage. Beverley. 199. 5. Miss M. Coldhurst Terrace. Eltham College. T... Streatley. Roughton.A. N. Proj... Andrew's Crescent. 11. Rossiter. Rogers. Robinson.A. B. E.. Dr. West Hampstead. The High School.. H. 3Iiss M. A.. Liverpool. St. Edward's College. Holy Trinity Vicarage.. High Bank. Perse School. M.A. Yorks. RuBiE..APPENDIX 86 EiGBY.A..A. Miss R. S. Sheppard Street. Berks. Lanes.A. Robertson. Wrexham. Liverpool. Robertson. Trinity College. F. Rogers.A..A. J. I. Mayfair. Bedford Park.W. M.. Falkner Square. Robinson. Packer's Close. A.. M. Chelsea. Roberts. 8.S. G. Bombay Presidency. W. M. Yorks. Miss H. Angerweg 34.. Aberystwyth.C. Manchester. Leeds.. R. Girls' Grammar School. 13. M.L. W. Miss M.. Cambridge. M. J. Robertson.S.

G. Bombay. Scott. E. Tower Bridge... Prof.B. S. Rt. Sale. F.E.. West View. Arnold. Grammar School. Oxford.A. Vice..A. W.. F. Exmouth. High School for Girls..A. Sandys. E. B. B. Litt. Miss A. T... 104. Semple. G. Tunbridge Wells. Knighton Rise. Ladies' College.. B.D... Rev.D. L. W. M. E. J.. D. Miss B.. Hull.A. C. Oriel College. Hymers College. Rev.. Christ Church.A.A. J. Clarendon Villas. Bedford Co. B. E. John's House. H.. Girls' Scott. Saunders. S. ScoLES.. Eastbourne. C. P. Ponders End. M. Bijapur. Selwyn. Shadwell.. E. B. J.Chancellor. Miss E.A. Sarson.A. Leicester... Leeds. Cottage. Blackpool.. Rev. Yorks.. The University. The Palatine School.. 5. Bailey. Rev.D.A.A. W..L.. Souldern Rectory.W. *Sadler. German Place. . C. H.. Stonyhurst.. Stoneygate School. Oxford.. Miss E. Saunders.A. Sanders. Sharp.. S. W. St.D. Blackburn. C. Sir J. S. M.B. Hartley Road.. I.A. H.A. M.A. Olave's Grammar School. Malvern. Scott. Coalbrookdale. Cheltenham. Salford. Seebohm. S.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 87 RuDD. G. G.. M. G. India. Rev. Leicester. Denham & Hornby Road. 15.C.. R.C. RuDD. Walter.. E. Pocklington Grammar School. Parktown. Park.. D. W. D.A. The College.. G. C. College House. S. E. V. M. Surrey. the Lord Bishop of. Sandford. Miss M.S.. M. Hindhead. *Ryle. Grange Road. M. Keble Road. M. M. Sanday. G. W. Shropshire. C. Saunders... M. LL. M. St. M.. M. Brighton. L. Vanbrugh Road. [Yorks. Grindlay Sale.. Manchester. Shannon. Staveley Road. Oxford. 1. M. Rev. Bingley...D.A.. Miss A.A.. D. Sanderson. M. M. Russell. RuNDALL. Keighley. LL. Oxford. Reigate. Malsis Road. Swynford Croft. I. N. The Knoll. E. Sargeaunt. Mary's Hall. C. 2.... Cambridge. Yorks. Oundle.. *Salmon.A.J.. S..D......A. F. near Hitchin. Sands. St. Bede's College.. The School. M. M. Banbury. Dale House. T. Westminster School. E. c/o Messrs. RusHBROOKE.A.A.

F. Welfoi'd Road. H. Fife. Didsbury.A. W.. Grammar School. L.. 33. Darlington. M.W. Eton College.. C. Horton PJace. M. B. Smyth. Liverpool. Yorks Sharwood-Smith. 15. J. Whitehall. S.. Birmingham.A. c/o The Times of India. St.A. 18. Bombay. St. T. M.A. Prof. M. W. Solomon. Smith.A.. M. St. A. Smith. Miss M.. Smith. Oxford. Eton College.A. E.Litt. E. M. Mrs. E. Clevedon. The Friary. *Sheepshanks. Simpson. Sonnenschein. Cambridge. M. Chalcot Gardens.A.. Sloman. Newnham College. T. S.A.A. G.. B.. Rossington Road. M. Sheffield.A... India. M. Seehof.A. Devonport. Smith. St. Durham. Colombo. M. Sydney. Sherborne. M. Smith.. Calthorpe Road.A. D.. J. Smith. Fernley. Smith. M. St. E.... Windsor. . Karachi. *SiLC0X. a. St.. A. New South Wales. Toronto. L. H.. Sandy. Sharpley.A. Ceylon... H. Mossley Hill. Miss E. N.. 4. C. Shewan. M. M. John's College. King's College. University College. Reynolds Road. a. Slater.. v.. Well Road. 30. The University. M. M. Liverpool. Town Custom House. W. Portman Square.. N.. 4. Miss N.. Maresfield Gardens. Sloane. Linnet Lane. E. A.Litt. Sikes. Hornby Road.. M.. A.APPENDIX 88 *Sharpley. Prof. Sing. M. School House. M.A. J. Prof. Simon. Beaconsfield. Iffley Road.A.. T. Woodstock Road. Leicester. J... D. Smith.. Beds.. Rev. D. Newbury. Miss L.A. Slater.. M. Cambridge. B. Edgbaston.C. M.. 64. Oxford.A.. F. Canon A.... Smith. J. D. Christopher's. Miss M.W.. Lawnhurst.. M. Felix School. Joyce. Prof. E. Manchester. P. Christopher's.. Headmaster. Hampstead. Newton Grove. *Sloman.. J. Miss C. The Rectory. A. Snow.. Miss E.A. Budeaux. Board of Education. Government House. J. N. N. T.A. John's College. Oxford. Gloucester Place. Bedford Park. M. Sheppard. Smith. Miss E. J.. A. *Slatkr.. Leigh.A.. St..A... S. C. Oakdene Avenue. 0.A. SiDGWiCK. Sleeman. Bombay. Hampstead. 13.S. Simmons. Richmond... 12. J. C. Smiley. Liverpool. N.... W. Miss E. p. M. Cambridge. Linnet Lane. M.W.A. Riicker. Southwold. Magdalen College. Andrews. I.A. Oxford. Skeel. M.A. I. Girls' High School.. Shepherd..W. Slater. Sheppard. Canada. Holly Hedge Cottage. Smedley. W. Liverpool. Miss W. Frankfort. The School. H.D. H... Windsor... 155..

The Turf Club.. Ashby de la Zouch. M. Glossop Road. Stanton. B. J.. M..A. Tunbridge Wells.. Gloucester shu-e. F. B. 35.A. H.... 5. New Zealand. Miss S. M...A. The University... R. R. Stephenson. The White House. M. J... Miss A.D. Trumpington.. Northants. Trinity College.. Strangeways..... Rev. Prof J. High School. E. J. G. Stanton. W. B. D. E.D. E. 33.A. Stoneman. Hope. T.. Steele.D. H. Stevenson.A. Tonbridge. Trinity College. M. G.. Stewart. J. L... J. Stock. *Strachan-Davidson. Arthur.. J. Oxford.. Stobart. Kent.. Steavenson.. c/o Ralli Brothers.D. Herts. Rev.. Oxford. Rev. [Oxford.E.A. LL. Christchurch. Middlesex. Bombay. *Stone.A. of. Ladbroke Square.. W. Storr. Nottingham.. Rt.. 2. Upper Grosvenor Road. Corpus Christi College.. A. Stevenson. .D. St. Oxford. Prof. Stewart. Spooner. Melville Street. M. Oundle School. S. Fidd Place. Park House... R. Greycoat Hospital. Lord SouTHWARK. Oxford. 340. Rev. M. D.. M. Viale Milton. J. S. Cambridge. Cambridge. M..A... F.A. Cambridge. W.. Master of Balliol College.A. John's College. W. E. City of London School.D. Edinburgh. the Kennington Park. Abingdon.D. Strong.Litt.A.D. M.. Stevenson. Stephanos. W. Stocks. Rev. Whitburgli. Steele. F. Stokoe. D.. Westminster.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS SoNNENSCHEiN.C. St. M. Cambridge.. Prof H.. K. D.A. Streane. Warden of New College. Spalding.A. B. Rev. Berkhamsted.A... House... Hayes.H. Miss G. M. C. H. B..A.. Mecklenburg Square.. A..D. E. M. LL. D.W. E. P. Italy. J. W. a.A. Rev. 37. M. A. M. The School House. St. M. University College. *Spilsbury. Victoria Embankment.. Stewart. 48. Canterbury Coll. Birmingham. Monkton Combe School. Stenhouse.A. The Park School. Felsted. Northwood. Preston. S.A. M.A.. Radley College. S. Stroud. *Stawell. The Malting House. George's High School for Girls. Storr-Best.A. L. L. D.A. H. J. B. Mrs.. M. Eton College. Apollo Street. A. Miss A. Christ Church. M.A. E. 40... W. L. C.. Miss F. V. Ravenstone. George. Miss E. Sheffield. Bishop's SoWKLS. *Squire..C. Cambridge. L. Florence.... M. Bishop 89 Cairo. Essex... Dover 12 Street.. Stone.. Stokes. Windsor. Bath. Elm Grove. M. Albemarle Club.

K. Miss E.. Oxford.. Penywern Road. Montrose. S.. 46. Grove Park.A. London. Shiba Ku. Cheam. Taylor. Woodlands. Rev.. 46.A.B.. C..A. S. M. Essex. Cumberland... Sheffield..C. San Kocho. J. Ladywood Cottage. Miss N. M. Endcliffe Rise Road. Talbot. Prestwich. Miss G.. B. Northcourt. City of London School. *Stuart. Clair.A... .A. H. Wanstead. Weston-super-Mare. Arthur.. Royal Grammar School. Cation R. B.. Ormond Street. S.W.. 3£iss J. W. M. M. The Manor House. M. M. J. Strudwick. Manchester. B. Taylor. Carmelite Street..A. Tabor. Roundhay. M. M.. M. G..B. 7. The Mall House.. West Kensington.A. M. B. Very Rev. Talbot.. Redland High School. U. Campden Symes. Miss A. Taylor. Miss E.. N. The High School. Tokyo. Rusholme. Surrey.E.APPENDIX 90 Strong. F.C...A. Hill. B. Dunmarklyn. R. Cambridge. Cyrus.A. Regent's Park. Gt.W.. Cambridge. Koran ji Gakko. Bullgill. *Tarrant. 37. Tatton. Baring Road.A.. Sykes.A. Uppingham. Swallow. M. C. C. C. Little Trinity.. Taylor. C.A. Manse.. Taylor. St. Miss M. Mrs. Japan. Stuart. Baring Road. Hayton.A... E.. 16.. Sydney-Turner. Percy Villas. Sykes.. B. Miss L. E. 133. Medland.. Sheffield. Somers Place. Hampstead. G. Rev. Newcastle-onTyne. *Sykes. T.. Miss E. Woodlands. A. 15. D. Summers. J. Rev. A. Carmarthen..A.. Queen's Gate. J.. C. W. a. M. A. Dean of Christ Church. Miss E. C. a. M. E.. Stanford. G. Miss D.A. 12. M and ester.Litt. W. F. Bedford College.C. D. M. West Deyne. 1 Taylor. Sutton. Redington Road.A. M. M. Trinity College. 2. Tayler. Sutherland. Abingdon. Edith Road. Bury New Road. N. D. T.F. W.D.. Glencoe Road. Norfolk Stuttaford.. 438.. Tanner. Leeds. Rev. Park..E.Sc. M. Bristol. S. Stanhope Gardens. M.W. J.. S. Taylor. 4.W. B. Taylor.W. N. S.A. St.. Prof.. W. S. J. Syson. Grove Park. Tatham.

The Lord Bishop of... Royal Holloway College. H. A.C..A.. Towers. Selwyn Gardens. Middlesex.. 14... New South Wales.S. W. S. M. Miss B.A. Cambridge. Cheltenham. M. North wood. M.A. a. Bradford.A. S.. Rt.W. S. D.A. N.. Tildesley.. St. Brighton. Hove. i¥m M.A. M. Maunde.A. N. Thallon.W. Taylor. Marsham Lane House.. Titherington. M. Charterhouse. (No address). Ph... DubKn. Thorneley. M. The College. Poughkeepsie.W.A.A. Leamington. U. British Museum. The Greenhow. York. Lake Road. Godalming. Peter's School. Thompson.. Sherbourne Lodge. D. L. F. Su. . F.E.C. Plymouth. Primrose Hill Road.. Beechwood. R. M.. M. Thompson. M. J... The Gables.. 4.. 40. Trevone. Surrey. Thomas. M. Wimbledon. Thomas..M. M. H. Trenerry. J. W. L. Vassar College.A.. M.. M. E. Chester. Clapton. Liverpool. Sydney. A Hants. W. The Wick. Wimbledon. Grassendale. Rev. 16.B....A.. 19. F. M. Hove.A. *ToWER.A.A. Truro. R. M. 16. Miss I. Mutley. London.A. New York. B. ToYNE. a.. The Palace. Tyttenhanger Lodge. H. E.. J. Thompson. M.. Harcourt Street.A.A. Thomson. Sir E.. B. F. 2. M..A. Tressler.. Miss E.W. M. M.Litt.L.A. J. Miss F. Cheltenham. *Trollope. Englefield Green. Whitehall. A. Oriel College. M. M. Thompson.. T. Bristol. H. Thring.. TiLLEY. Tildesley.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 91 Taylor.. Exeter.ssex. Tombs. M. Seaford.D. C.. Thomas.A. a.. J. Redland. Hackney Downs School.. Thompson... Park View Terrace. Tod. C. Rev. Liphook. H. F. A..W. Miss E... M..... Thackeray. Joseph. King's Gardens. W. Gerrards Cross. G.C. Sussex. Dee Fords Avenue. S. The Maynard School.A. Mayfield. TowNSEND. M. 11. Cheshunt.A.A. Miss L... Bramshott Rectory. H.. M.A. St. M. Herts. Nunclose. Thornton. The Boltons.A. Miss E.. India OeSce... Bucks.A. B. S. Trayes. Miss M. Taylor. F. Rokeby Avenue. S. C. Truro. 0. E. Miss M.. Normanhui-st. Ashfield. B. Turner. Miss B. *Tennant. John. M. Oxford. 11. N. Lisson Grove. E. Terry. The College. Girls' Grammar School. North View..

Miss H. 8. D.A. M. M. A.. M... Uddingston. E.A... Walker. R. Rev...A. H. D. Scotland. M. Cambridge. A. North Bailey. Halesowen. W. H. Braeside. Wellington College.. Market Street. M. A. The Lodge. W. S. Mansfield Street. Selwyn Gardens. IJpcoTT. Vincent. Miss C..B. Eton College. IJpcoTT. 11. West Horsham. 44. A. Essex. Roxborough Park. West Park.... ViNCE. Beechcroft. New- Maiden. J. 87. King's College. 29. Magdalene College. Miss E..A. S.D. Brighton. W. B.. F. Verrall. W.A.D. Miss W.. M. Regent Lodge. Edgbaston.. M... Pro/. E. Walker. W. Miss E. A. G. Sehvyn Gardens. Nottingham.A. Headingley.A. Rt. Haileybuiy College.... M.. Christ's Hospital. Laurence Pountney Lane. Sir C. Bishopsgarth. The Lodge.. J. Vernon. M. Kensington Park. M. B. The Grammar School. Cambridge. M. 174.. F. Valentine..A. ViNCE.A. Berks. Walker. Cambridge. W.A.. Mrs. Essex. Surrey. de G.A.A.A. Unwin.. Wage. L... M. Vakil... B. Louth.G.A. Harrow on the Hill. Hyde.C. Wellington College.. Waddell. E. Virgo... Hertford. University College. W.. de G..A. Litt. Albans...A.A. S.A.. M.. 20-21. S. H.. M. W. Oxford. Walde. C..S. M. M. Queen's College. Hendre... Rev. Berks. Vaughan.. M. Berks. 5. Sherwood. B. H. M. Durham. Tyler. . Cannon Street.. S. New Square.. Veysey. R. Miss D. Wakefield. *Vaughan. Wager. Leeds.APPENDIX 92 Turner. Stanley Gardens. M. Rev. Gresham VUla.A. BA. Cambridge..A. M.. L. Rev. Windsor. Birmingham.R. the Lord Bishop of. *Varley. Lyttelton Road. Lincoln's Inn. Leslie Lodge.. Bradfield College.A.. V. W. E. B. B. Ovingdean Hall. H. Worcestershire.. Esplanade Road. G. Dovercourt. *Vaughan.. Bombay. Walker. E. 5.Jones.A. Thetford Road. B. St.... Reading.A. P. LL. M. J. Vaughan.. Cheshire.. Holt.. B.. *Verrall. M. Leeds.. Norfolk. Waldstein. Chigwell School.. B. The Grammar School. C. M. N. Walker.A. School House. 3. 43.A. M. Ure. A. Wakefield. W. Lincolnshire. Vaisey.A.

W. Caterham-on-the-Hill.. N.. a. Abercromby Square.. M. Brook Green. Magdalen College. Walters. Rev.A. 10.A. Cambridge. Sedgeley Park. G. W.A. Watson. Berks. B.. Newton ville.. D.. T. Derbyshire.A. Bosloe.A. Warren. King's College.. Mass. M.A. M. Rt. The Grammar School. B.. M.A.. Denbigh. Warner. W. Howell's School.. Wardale. Prestwich. M.W. Oxford. St. W. F. Crich Common.. W. St.E. M. Christ Church. E. 37.C. Rev.. S. Hertford.B.. Haileybury College.. a. Cheltenham College. near Falmouth. R. 7... D. M. W. Oliver Grove. Liverpool..A.A.... Weber. Matlock Bath. M.A.. M. (No address.. Prince Alfred College. Asheham House. Miss E. Walters. Albert Avenue.. 79. Watson. U. i/iss J. F. Cambridge... M. East Sheen Avenue. . London. Rodmell. Prof.. Prof. M.. S. J. Sussex. 3fiss E. Beaconsfield. Rev. M. Watson.A. S. C. M. Bramshaw... Paul's Girls' School.A. The Oaks. Queen Anne Terrace.A. Sir Herbert. Miss A. Watts. Miss L. A. Waterfield.. Waters. Monsignor B.A... Ware.Litt.. Putney. Master of Peterhouse..C. M. Waree-Cornish. Ward. Principal. The Dene. M. A. M. Walker. Waterlow. H..A.. W. Ward. Watkins. S. W. Sir G. W. R. 34. Ward.. Technical College..) *Warren. A.. M.. Warman. Upper Cheyne Row. W. S.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 98 Walker. M.. Oxford. Manchester. K.A. A. Huddersfield.S.C. Rev. Manchester. East Sheen. W. Oxford. 141. Webb. Sydney. Webster. p. G. Surrey. E. Kent Town. C.. School House. Watson. B. E. Flamstead. Old Hall.. M..A.. C. Strand.A.D. Cambridge. Bracknell. 28. Wallace. Warner. Crafts Street.V. Ward. Litt. Lewes House. Waterfield.O. Miss M.. Derwent Road.. Wales. Watkins. British Museum. F. P.L.A. OakhUl Court. Miss I. M.. B. Clare College. Ipswich.W.. South Australia.A. 3. 7a. J... S. Lewes. South Norwood. Edmund's College..C. President of Magdalen College.. Palmer's Green. Sir A. R. H. J. C.... M. K.A. N.A. Ward. A. p. Lewes. Warburton. Waters.

1.. White. Went. B. H. S.. . Rugby..APPENDIX 94 Webster. Miss E.. Whitestone. R.. W. a.The Deanery. Wenley. I. Oakley Street. Mass. Albany Road.A.A. White-Thomson... W. Michael's Terrace. Penarth. Michigan.W. J.A. T. H..A. M.. 99... M. Stanwell Road... University Club for Ladies.A. H. Banbury Road. M. Eton College. Heidelberg. W. College. Bedford. H.A. M. Hillbrovv. M. Whitwell. Ann Arbor. 70.S. Hon..W. Weech. *Wells.. J.. 31. B. B. U.A. J. R.. G. S. L. Oxford.. Whibley. Harvard University. B.A. Windsor..A. U. W.C. A. Watford. Mrs. G.A. 4.C. Halifax. Home Office. 509. C. Whincup. G.... Cambridge. Spenser. Wilkinson. Wells. Canada. B.. c/o Town Custom House. Leeds. Pembroke College. F. Westaway. Eton College... 39. Bedford. I.A.. Wadham College. Southsea. Trafalgar Institute. 94. Whitley.A. Miss T. G. India. Ealing. N.. M. Whitty. Rt. C. *Whitworth.. Fordhook Avenue.. M. Wedd.. Merchant Taylors' School. Wedd. Newnham N. Windsor.A. Belfast. Mount Charles. White. Wavendon Manor.. University of Michigan. W.S. Castletown Grammar School.A. N. E. S... 19. N. Greengate Street. Mus.. Oxford. Brantwood. Leicester. George Street.. J.. 10. Miss E. W.. School House.. L... The Wyggeston School. Spenser Road. Woburn Sands R. C... W. J. B. Higher Broughton. Oxford.. Sind.. W. Wigglesworth. Prof.A. Oldham.. M. Manchester.S. B.. East Madison Street.P.B.A. Cambridge. of Wilkinson. Pemberley Crescent.W. A. M. Sedbergh. Whibley. Wild.. M.A. Beds. Warden of Wadham College. Whitefield.C. Whitehead. Wells..A.. J. Corran.. Miss Wicksey. F.S. London. W. Miss E.A. Headingley. Welldon. Hans Place.. G.. Montreal.A. M. a.. D.Ret. 46. Cambridge.A. King's College. Bombay.A. Whiskard. H.S. M. Rt.A. M. J. B.. H. M. Isle Man. Cambridge. Hanover Square. B.D. L. 102. Prof. R. Whyte. St.. Bishop. M. Rev.. Yorks. S.O. H. White. *White. WilHams. Misa M. Chelsea. Miss E. M. E..Litt. R. M.. B. B.. R. Whishaw. Hyderabad.A. Wales. Whitehall.

Temple Newsam. John's Park. The High School. A. Oxford. Williamson. W. (No address. 107. Prof. M. Sligo. Rev. N. Wilson. Tan-yr-allt. Oxford. Fyfield Road. St..A.A. 56. Oxford. Wilson. Hudson. Alderley Edge. 54. Tasmania. King's Lynn. Leeds. Yorks. Wood. Northern Grove. W. The University. M. Plas Tirion. Cook. Manchester.A.. J. A... Glynn. T. Miss M. Friars' School. Ridgefield Terrace. F.. Park Road.C.. Wood.A. London.. Wood. B. M. G. H. Woodard. B. Williams. Hobart. Cheltenham.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 95 WiLLEY.... E. Williams. S. M. N. The Ryleys. Olave's School. Northallerton. C. Cambridge. Wilson. . H. Williams. Williams. Prof.. H. A. H..A.. Thames. Bradford.. Henley-on- G. R.A.. Manchester. Eastbourne.E. Wood. Bangor.A... N. Petersfield. LL. T.. Grammar School. WiSHART. West Didsbury.A. W. Hants. M.A. A.A...A. M. H.. St.A.. Rev. Miss 3. R.. M. R. H. L. Williams. WiNFiELD. Bedales School.. Lawrence College. 13. Sydenham. F. S.A. F. Miss M. Haldon.. N. Leeds.A. L..E. Yorks. Magdalen College. Leckhampton. S.. Woods. Solva. Cheshire.. Rev. Piccadilly.) Willis. S.A.. Ramsgate. The College. Williams. Willis. H. S.A. Repton. M. M... Cambridge.. M. Wood... Miss S. Barnsley. J. B.. Longman Road.. B. West Horsham. Rev. M. Wood. M. Peak Hill. Williams. M. Wood. E. C. Selwyn College. B. Talerdigg.. B.. B. Bangor.. Training College. E. Gilford.A. Miss J. Williams. M. Pendleton.A. H. 12. 46. WiTTON. B. MA. R.. R.A. Balliol College. W.. B.R. W.A. The Vicarage. Wales.P. McKinnon. Williams.. Hertford College. a.A. Willis. Malabar Hill. L. Failsworth. M. M. Williams.B.. F. Remenham Rectory. Wales. Manchester. Willis.. Prof. A. Savile Chib... Stanley. Bombay. A. The School. Rev.A.. M. J.. N. WiNBOLT. Hon.A.. Oxford. H. R.. L. Castlemaine.A. St. M.. Williams. Wilson. Williams. M.. Pembrokeshire. M... T.A. Victoria.A. I. Williams. Christ's Hospital. M.A. F. J. 10. Rev... East Cowton Vicarage.. The Grammar School.

Prof. E. M. M..A. W. E. N. WooLRYCH. Russell Street.. U.A. Lanes.A. Secondary Training College.. Bridge Street. Yates. M. 86....S. 119. Univer..S. M.A.A.. Hovingham Hall.... 13. Birkenhead High School.W.. WoRTERS. A..A. Wright. M. Illinois.. Beckbury Hall. Public Library. J.A... Herts. S. RuBsell Mansions. Leeds. Eastbourne. The University. Bombay. Victoria College. Rev. Lake Forest New College. Leeds.D. Boston. York.S. 32. Gt. S. Bishopthorpe. Sir W. B. Grammar Wyse. 2.A. Miss A.. A. Woodward. Birkenhead.S... . Ph..APPENDIX 96 Woodward... Litt.A. H. B.. M. M.A. P. Leonard Avenue. North Finchley. Aske's Haberdashers' School for Girls. A.. S. 78.. Austin.. H. Wye.D. H. Haileybury College. Lake Forest. Jersey. Leeds. H.A. Shifnal.A. *Wright. The Most Rev. LIBRARIES Public Library. Tarradale.sity of Texas.E.. M. Copley Square. Thoresby High School. Yate. A. M. ZiMMEEN. Miss E. M.. C. Banbury Road. Fulham. S.. Columbia University. Miss Avery. S.. Miss Young. Notting- ham. Wren.. Thackley.. 10.C.A.A. Bishops Stortford. Young. D. M.. Keslake Road. High School for Girls. Warrington. Moss Hall Lodge.A. A..A. M. 31. E... F. Redcliffe Gardens.A. A. F. Lieut. Bart.. J. Massachusetts. Wright. L. WoRLEY.A. Gt.. Halford. B. School. Bentley Road.. T. Miss K. New York City. A.W.. C. York. Hertford. U. Wye. Winwick Street. U. B. LL. A.A. B.S. 14. WoRSLEY. The Archbishop of.. Miss M. Miss T. WoTHERSPOON.W.-Col. M. West Kilburn. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Ross-shire. Malton. F. Yule. R. Eev. 3Iis8 M. G. H.. Shipston-on-Stour. Zachary.. W. Yorks. N. M.A. M.. Wynne-Edwards. New Cross. Oxford. Oxford WoRRALL. Hurlingham Court.D.C. Wright.S. M.L. Texas.A. The College. F. J. Saffrons Road.. US.

S. Ber-keley.S. W. Little Mary's Lane. 4. Princeton University.C. U. W. Willis. U. Ontario. Mitchell Library. M. Sion College. Stevens & Brown..A. University of California. 140. Victoria Embankment. c/o Messrs. Trafalgar Square.A. U. c/o Messrs. J. Treasurer will addresses of the following Bean. R. St. W. Miss S. G. B. & Brown.C. The John Rylands Library. A. 97 Massachusetts. S. Prof.S A. J. Cowl.C. Manchester. University of Kingston. Library of Congress. Cambridge. Hadley. NOTICE The Hon. Museum of Classical Archaeology.W. New Jersey. Blundell.S.— NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Mount Holyoke South College. O. E.S. London Library. E. M. James's Square. F. Miss A. B. Trafalgar Square.. North Street. c/o Messrs. University of Melbourne.C. Miss Tombs. California. W.A. Warre-Cornish. P. Rev.. Strand. Library of the St. . Sotheran & Co. Hooker. 13 be glad Members to receive the present : Slater. Glasgow. Deansgate. University of Chicago. Stevens 4. Princeton. Washington. U. S. Australia. F.

For fuU titles the alphabetical list should be consulted.TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS ends is ail index intended for reference only.) ENGLAND . Names marked * denote the Local Correspondent for the pluce or district.

R. C. Butler. P. Sandys. W. Hackforth. B. Gibson. S. Macfarlane . E. W. Johns Coll. Rouse. H. A. M. S. Byrne. Campbell. Graves. Rev.*Wood. R. H. Gwatkin. B. A. E. J. J. Newnham Coll. Gray. (I'irfim. D. Prof. E. J. A. Kobertson. J. *Wardale. St. Phipps. Jfsux College . H. Mrs. Mrs. F. P. Tavlor. L. Plaistowe. C. St. . EmmaJinel Streane. S. Rev. Frazer. . Mrs. F. Rev. C. M. D. Coll. Kennedy. W. H. D. H. Sussex College . S. Miss E. F. *Rackhani. Miss K. Cronin. A. E. J. M. de G. J. W. F. Mrs. Donaldson. B. W. B. Durnford. Wedd. M. Rev. Lindsell. Miss J. E. G. G. Ely . deG. Stobart. E. J. E. Colson. Rev. Peskett. Stevenson. V. M. Miss L. H. Peskett. C. Prof. C. M. H. W. H. Rev. G. H. Bury. A. Edwards. H. Jones. Gardner. W. Miss M. Rev. . Ward. T. Whibley. Greenwood. Hicks. C. Vernon-Jones. tagu. Harrison. Rt. G. W. J. *Jones. Colleqe . Mrs. Miss Lewis. W. Prof. P. Prof. M. R. St. F. Canon R.*Edwards. Triyiity Hall 99 . J. Duff. E. Cook. Mrs. J. N. J. Stanton. Rapson. H. Selwyn College Williams. Mon- J. W. Sir A. Miss A. N. F. Canon E.TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS Cambridgeshire— eontinved Cambridgeshire — oonti-mted OimJrridfji' — cmitiniicd Ctimhridge — continued Christ's I'ollecje Clare College . Sbarpley. E. Steen. . H. Queens' College . W. Jackson. 1\. F. S. Adam.*Abbott. Jelf. A. C. H. Sir J. E. J. D. E. J. Barnes. Miss Sidney . E. Trinity College {continued) Corpus Christi College . Verrall. F. . J. H. Wedd. J. M. A. G. . R. V. Camhridge Collins. *Lawson. Carnoy. T. F. E. Trinity College BvUler. . Parry. H. E. N. J. H. Angus. Stewart. Rev. E. M. J. Rev. Miss M. Moriarty. Rev. W. Prof. Appleton. Burkitt. Rev. Waldstein. Adcock.Grieve. Sikes. W. W. Nixon. H. Sheppard. Prof. *Gaselee. R. E. Rev. H. G.*Jex-Blake. Magdalene Coll. Peterliouse . King's Cullrgfi . . Training Coll. Jenkinson. J. *Matthaei. Duke. R. Rev. F. C. Bury. Miss A. Benson. E. Verrall. E. Fevilrohe Coll. Prof. Tilley. Prof. G. Miss A. Rev. H. C. J. H. Miss S. R. Beck. A. Stuart. Glover. Walker. Flather. Loewe. A. Miss E. E. J. Bidding. F. Rev. . J. G. S. Catharine's Coll. Miss C. T. Edmonds. Giles. (Bishop of Ely). Sir C. A. Harrison. D. A. Bethune-Baker. H. Cornford. Hayes. Chase. S. Atkinson. L.

H. E. APPENDIX 100 —cojitinned Cambridgeshire Ely. Coles. G. T.. Earnshaw. H. Rev. Campion. H. A. W. C. L. L. S. H. . J. Beroiiport Slater. Derbyshire Alfretun J. Miss B. P. Miss. D. F. Wanstead Swallow. . Exeter Trenerry. N. Rev. Cumberland— Bullgill . Abel. Kclvedon Rhoades. . Oieadle . Penny. Prof. Hyde Wimhorne Ainslie. Rev. H. Richards. . . . — . Bernard. Rev. Heath. . Wallasey West Kirhy J. B. G. W. Lunham. . P. Cattley. Moxon. R. Devonshire .-continued Glazebrook. Danson. *Tildeslev. Walfhavistoto Guy. A. How. Trayes. Chigimll School Walde. G. T. . Pollard. G. . Yates. McCombie. Rev. King. E. J N. — Cobham. A. Prof. Miss W. . Morris. Jones. B. P. Carlisle Cockerviouth Hutchinson. F. H. R. . S. F. A. J. Miss D. M. Chester . Brooks. . . Miss F. Jevons. Rev. Ltistleigh . Felsted Stephenson. H. . Junr. . Prenton . Rev. Very . Dobson. Miss K. P. W. M. E. (continued) Rev. Smith. Miss F. Thompson. S.^s E. Essex — Braintree Coiirtauld. Turner. Durham — Barnard Castle Barlinyton Hollowell. Miss G. Collins. Stanley. B. G. Mayor. Miss T). Rev.son. F. E. Waltham Abbey Johnston. . Kemp. R. Rev. I. C. Miss B. Sliss. G. . M. Rev. Ashhurton Bamptim C. Bowden . l^Iiss M. . I. Miss M. Dennis. S. (Bisliop of Truro). Sir Wigton Crosland.. F. Sandfurd. G. Miss H. Buller. S. Kirkpatrick. T. E. M. H. Walker. P. Miss L. \V. Devonshire. . F. G. Fi-eminyton . Burha/m H. B. . Mi. . F. Hoyle. M. . F. Bevan. G. J. Smith. A. . Canon E. D. Sale. . . G. Chesterfield . W. Bedham Randall. Truro Burrows. Barley Bale Matloch Bath Bepion . Dob. T.O. Miss E. L. Principal F. . Day. Morgan. Miss M. A. Rev. R. G. Lymm Nantwieh . Canon M. C. . Norwood. C. Wilson. . . G. F. ^Varrl. H. Miss E. A. J. D. Miss E. Layng. ]\Iiss J. . . Rev. Barnstaide Credit on . J. BirltenTiead . Flood. Rev. Pippet. CORNWALL- Headlam. C. Mrs. Watkins. Miss M. Gloucestershire— Bristol . W. Williams. . J. Allison. L. Dorset — Sherhoriie Cheshire— Aldevley Edge AUrincham . Exmouth . A.. Muscbanip. . . R. Johnson. Rev. King. Newcomb. J. Rev. Plymoiitli . Miss M. H. Limebeer. Miss L. . . Church. Miss E. Kirwan.. R. Saffron Walden Hirst. Sidmoiith . A. Holland. . L. Blackett. A. . Miss E. Rev. T. Prittlewell T>ewis. R. Belcher. South Shields Falmouth J. A. Rev. Cruickshank. C. Rev. T. . Jobson. Rev. J. F. Smith. Symes. C. R. Rt. Rev. Miss S. . Osborne. . . Sir. Rev. E. Taylcr. Bovercourt Valentine.

. Eev. F. Baker. . C. Miss E. Miss M. C. Vaughan. L. Lov?ry. Crees. E. Sowels. Kemerton . Malim. W. Miss Esther. J. Rev. C. . P. F. Thornton. H. J. . Helbert. Dean Close SfJi. Lord. S. A. Cardwell. Purton. Parker. Osborne Ashbee. W. Whishaw. . Evans. . Ritchie. H. . C. Moor. Miss M. S. . H Watford Davies. Ferguson. (J. Newton. B. C. E. Southamjjtoii South sea . Bramley. H. Mason. liomsey . C. Burton. E. Miss M.^—co7it'mued Cheltfnliani. . Taylor. Badley. E. Barker. Hobhouse. A. Footscray . Barker. E. A. A. C. R. F. Rev. J. Waterfield. Mrs. Miall. B. S. Berridge. Robertson. Hooper.TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS Hbrtfordshirr- GhOVCES'TEB. G. . . Vj. Miss J. Bowen. J. Faithful!. Lliss A. T. Rev. . . . Canon P. Miss M. G. Miss L. W. S. II. Bromley Billsou. Ifereford . S. Pearce. (Jhlslehnrst Gravesend Ilawhhnrst Maidstone Bamsgate . S. Miss Mary L. Colleije . F. Miss J. L.sniB. Rev. Drj'sdale. Miss E. Miss Canterhvry . E. M. A. Young. T. Holder. Bechenlurm Gidden. B. De Winton. Hopkins. E. Lady. Towers. \V. Hertford Letchworth St. . Heppel. Rev. . Miss. J. C. E. Daubenv Fleet . J. H. Mrs. Winchester . Sfonehouse Stroud Stort- Bisho2}'s ford . R. Rev. Churchyard. J. Wace. The Baldock Berkhamsted . M. L. E. . Miss E. Canon B. Exton. Nicol. Rev. H. S. Gordon'. M. J. M. Ernest. Miss M. Rev. Compton. Brooke. M. L. P. 11. H.Solent Isle Liphooli J. Prickard. Crawford. L. G. M. Hampshire— Andover 101 Chapman. . Prof. W. H. . A. W. Ladiex' Coll. . Miss E. A. A. B. Portsmouth . Myers. C. J. "Wliite. 0. M.]Miss Harley. Hayes Belcher. A. T. Bramston. . B. Northbourne. J. W. L. C. . M. A. Canon C. Bushcij Horsfall. C. . Hammans. . Miss M. . . A. . Buckley. F. Miss E. Rev. P. . Papillon. J. — . M. Ward. A. W. W. J. Hayling Island Bryans. R. Saunders. H. F. . Alhuns . F. Jones. M. Proctor. Covernton. Rochester Sevenoaks Sidcuj) Tollbridge E. . W. Greene. C. A. T. . B. . A. Godfrey. Charing Eastry . H. A. . N. . T. W. L. . . Ragg. L. Eev. W. Rendall. Basinxjstohe . L. Titherington. Conwav. Ellaby. Hodge. Hall. Kirby. O. Gloucester Cheshmit . T. Newman. . . W. Miss M. J. P. Eev. . Rev. L. Higgs. E. Moor. C. Miss A. . C. Jxidson. Wright. Coll. K. W. . Williams. Ross. *rurdie. Miss G. V. E. F. E. C. Kennedy. Woodard. Ilaileyhury Wishart. Burnside. C. . G. Cheltenham . Herefordshire Ware Kent — of Wight. Genner. Stanton. Miss G. Petersfield . Devine. M. Waters. H. Rev. . E. Ellam. J. . . Milford. Lee -on. Bournemouth Case. . Rev. Herman. Layman. J. L.

D. Lancelot. Burnley CUthei'oe . A. H. Yen. W. O'Malley. M. . Prof. . M. Prof. Prof. T. Mrs. Hartley. Rt. R. . Boyd. A. Agar. R. Miss. Ashton. K. A. E. Mrs. Field.Prof. R. B. H. (Bishop of Burnley). N. Rev. Liverpool . J. W. I'osanquet. Brown. Brockman. E. H. Miss E. Dawkins. Tliorneley. C. Biggs. Canon. Archer. A. . Connell. D. Miss E. Allen. M. C'olne . Blackhurn . J. Downie. J. Kidd. H. J. Miss S. Miss. C. Stenhouse. Apperson. W. Rev. R. Miss S. C. Mrs. Miss E. I. Ashton-underlAjiie . Miss A. G. Smith. Rev. W. Conway. Prof. Plopkinson. Bull. S. . S. Robertson. S. Robinson. Prof. Barlow. Miss F. Rackham. Cradock-Watson. E. T. Miss E. Rowell. B. K. Henn. . Miss 0. Calder. Almond. Lancashiee— Muspratt. J. . J. Lloyd. {continued) 'Ihaihvidfje Wells Barnard. Beaumont. Linton-Smith. E. Chapman. Richard. Mrs. Eckhard. Prof. . A. Sing.APPENDIX 102 Stokoe. A. A.A. H. D. Blackpool Bolton . . Rev. Sarson. Boycott. C. Toiihriclge . E. J. E. B. A. . W. K. Miss M. Dodd. Forbes. R. T. Postgate. Finlavson. W. Sanders. Papamosco. Broom. Frcslijield . J. R. Rev. Miss S. Miss E. Rev. Ormerod. H. E. Prof. Dymond. Carter. Miss C. A. E. Lipscomb. P. East. Rigby. E. Miss A. Moore. . B. Miss T. E. T. Rev. G. . J. Caton. . Copchill. M. M. Kenneth. Carruthers. Lehmann-Haupt. Fry. M. Mrs. Gibson-Smith. CanncT. Donner. K. Miss W. Macaaugbton. Smith. E. Miss E. C. Smiley. Collie. T. Rev. E. W. F. Pallis. M. F. {conti7iued) . .V(tnche.. . Rev. 8. Rev. E. Dale. L. D. J. Miss B. M. T. Conway. Burstall. Miss M. A. G. W. Dover. Rev. Mrs. E. L. J. Bramley-Moore. Huyton . Prof. . Aser. Mrs. Rev. R. R. F. Barker. Dakers. P. W. M. Miss J. Miss Hiigh-Jones. Miss M. Handyside. Hon. Newbold. W. M. Miss E. H. Beasley. Bunco. Robert Gwatkin. Sir A. Luce. C. Prof. R. . Peake. Campagnac. Ewart. F.Hfer P. Sir E. Gladstone. G. . Phillpotts. Prideaux. Rubie. James. Kiphng. Browne. Alexander. G. Theodore. Miss. 1 Lancashire — continued Kent — cnntimied Liverpool . Henn. Frisch. Miss D. Great Crosby . Dr.oddington. . Barlow. Prof. H. Parker. Miss D. P. Watts. J. Miss.' S. Miss W. J. *Braunholtz. C. See iSTOxynuRST. Arnold. F. K. Ai\derson. Col. A. G. C. G. E.

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E. W. Prof. . * Parker. D. Mrs. Althaus. P. Armstead. . . B. Crofts. W. La Motte. H. tvich School J. . Miss E. Turner. Richards. . Taylors' Sch. County School Forrest. C. Barlee. Eev. L. PI. . E. K. P. A. Westjield Coll. Richardson. Rev. . . C. Rev. . Piatt. Gray. E. Cbolmeley. Sch. Behrens. . E. Purdie. 1 J. D. St. Botting. A. J. E. Prof. Miss . E. Hon. E. Miss H. Wood. Rt. Ashton. P. W. Hon. Mary's C««. Paul's Sch. Sir J. Miss . . 0. G. G. G.APPENDIX 104 London — continued London — continued King's Collerie Hales. F. . N. N. . Hon. University Coll. J. Univ. S. Miss M. Caspari. E. A. C. E. Miss M.\dmiral Sir C. Sargeaunt. S. Rev. A. Hill School G. Barnett. Miss E. N. *Conway. . Bailey. Miss A. . Brod'ribb. Wells. Prof. T. W. Baines. H. B. . Gedge. H. Sir R. Butler. F. W. St. . Edward. * Walters. . Watson. Bland. 3{erchant Nottinq Stockwell Training Coll. A. W. C. Bakcr-Penoyre. D. AV. Bampf jlde. K. M. Prof. . . Miss C. T. H. W. Miss E. T. School . . Holding. I-. Bridge. F. M. Martin. School . H. Gardner. G. legiate Sch. Islington Par miter's Slater.E. A. Alford. J. E. Paul's Girls' . Miss W. Miss A. Sydenham S. Forman. F. A. Beggs. Nairne. Ross. K. H. E. A. G. Blackett. W. A. W. F. Westminster School . Gerald. High . Gr. Hillard. Adams. D. Miss E. J. Miss H. Bennett. E. Gow. Legg. T. (^continued) Latymcr Upper School Lemi'shain School . Kingdom. F. Miss M. Heward. F. G. Witton. Prof. . Miss K. Miss K. Rev. . Loane. A. fE. Barkby. F. C. Gould. Mathews. J. Affleck. Eeeve. E. A. Mill Hill Sch. L. . W. Sch.. Armstead. *Pantin. Miss Barker. Lewis. D. F. E.*Powell. . Smedley. . Miss F. London Abrahams. Rogers. Rev. Miss M. Gavin. Miss J. J. M. Miss E. I. S. S. Miss J. Lumb. S. M. Prof. Balfour. Bonser. Powell. Eev. London Col- High S. G. Baillie. BlundcU. Bradley. Nairn. Spalding. . Roan Sch Green. N. J. . M. Rushbrookc. C. Streatham High Skeel. Right Sir J. G. Felkin. B. Sch. Olave's . St. W. J. Miss S. Coll. McClure. P. Asquith. Bruce. R. . Benton. Eev. Owen's School. B. M. Miss F. Mary Batchelor School and Training Coll. M. . Antrobus. T. L. F. Oakeley. T. G. : Ecclcsbourne School Beasley. S. *Haslam. J. E. S. Masham. Miss A. Boas. Miss A. . Rt. A. R. C. Hampstead High School iS^. VimhledonHigh School Wi)nhledo7i . H. W. Miss H. Tollington H. Miss S. E. Miss C. . Bell. Wood Green. Miss H.

W. H. H. Fitzgerald. K. G. Mackail. Dunlop. D. Prof. Hon. A. Sir T. Miss M. Langridge. B. A. W. L. Cooke. J. Mavrogordato. Chettle. M. Liongman. PI. (rontinned) . von. Mudie. W. McCormick. Menzies. Haigh. M. Miss M. Brnce. J. C. R. Esdaile. Morley. L. Conder. Miss N. Earl of.TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS London — co7itmved London — continued London . Rev. R. H. of. Ernst. Mrs. Miss A. T. Lord Justice. E. A. Greene. G. K. Headlam. Hevvart. Hay don. R. G. J. B. M. Kenyon. Miss A. C. D. H. J^attimer. Grigg. Earl. Holmes. A. Miss M. Mattingly. P. . J. Burke. E. M. Macmillan. Curtis. Jex-Blake. Easterling. E. Gregory. G. Martin. Liberty. Hutton. Miss C. E. Miss B. H. Davidson. Curzon. N. Haynes. Caspari. J. Hill. J. Gilson. London 105 W. W. Heath. F. V. Langdon-Davies. G. B. Crosby. Goode. Hulton. Sir Sidney. McAnally. Gurney. Rev. G. V. A. Forbes. W. Cotterell. Miss A. Miss C. Hubback. Knight. CoUison - L. Judge W. M. R. Bryce. Johnson. Dill. Miss E. J. Heath. H. N. J. C. Mrs. Butcher. A. S. Lee. Buck] and. Elliott. Kensington. Halsbury. Baron F. 14 *E. C. Edwards. H. Miss M. Collins. T. N. Loring. H. A. Dingwall. F. E. Davidson. M. J. W. Hildesley. C. Garnsey. A. . Bt. S. B. F. Calthrop. Miss E. Earl Cromer. Crawford. Pletherington.J. M. Campbell. Lord. H. Rev. Miss E. F. H. Finlay. Charnwood. Keay. Case. Miss A. Bnrge. M. {continind) . Miss A. W. M. Linnell. J. H. G. Dale. J. Hiigel." Colquhoun. E. R. J. . Ker. Hicks. E.MissC. S.M. Earl of. P. Earl. (Bishop of Soutli- wark). Miss E. G. F. Cohen. Hodd. L. Freeman. G. Farwell. Meiklejohn. R. P. . Miss A. Lidderdale. Rev. J. W. J. Droop. C. Mrs. Lodge. Miss M. Hodge. Sir R. E. Bushe. W. E. G. Sir F. Hutton. W. Miss M. Leaf. Miss P. A. Rice. Lewis. T. Macleod. Miss K. Lee. A. Colvin. Chambers. Miss E. Matthews. J. M. P. J. G. W. N. K. D. Viscount. H. G. Sir S. Marillier. S. H. J. W. B. Loreburn. J. W. Gurney. R. Miss M. Campbell. H. C. Col. Walter. M. W. Mayor. Ford. Miss M. Miss F. G. G. Leader. H. Browning. Miss A. E. Miss C. De Gruchy.

Strong. Vaisey. Waters. Steavcnson. . G. F. H. A. E. J. Sykes. Idervorth . K. . Hopkins. H. H. F. Miss E. Ridley. F. B. Sir A. Zimmern. Rev. L. Rendall. S. M. . Nicholson. Sir F. Innes Virgo. . R. Richmond. M. J. Phillimore. E. E. Muir-Mackeuzie. Miss E. McL. S. G. J. C. T. Scott. Whitehead. G. W. W. S. Sir Robertson. G. J. White-Thomson. J. Moore. Miss C. Xorthwood . Miss E. . A. Merrick. Poynter. Miss E. H. F. H. Miss M. N. P. S. Miss E. C. E. Menzies. F. Hodgson. Miss B. Ford. Miss N. . Richmond. H. Wood. M. Storr. Thompson. M. Morison. W. Rhodes. G. Millington. Terry. Sir W. Poynter. W. Mitcheson. M. G. Miss L. G. Morley. M. Miss F. . Whitestone. T. C. J. Willis. A. S. Hallam. Watson. E. F. Harrow . G. A. Thomson. Norfolk. W. Raleigh. H. Miss L. J. Sir Waterlow. B. E. M. TaVlor. Miss G. Smith. Watson. A. A. APPENDIX 106 London — continiied London — contmued Lmdon . L. Downliam Market Forncett . Pontet. Middlesex — Harrow School Du . Stuttaford. J. Miss M. . . Sykes. Duke of. L. J. Rickards. Michael. Pondr/x End Tirickenham Uxhriddc . Rooke. Miss M. Miller. Weber. (continued) . Viscount. Williams. Plaskitt. Walters. Miss J. V. Phillips. L. O'Connor. Woolrych. Hort. Rains. London Taylor. M. Norfolk — Disx . A. K. A. Sir E. A. McMurtrie. F. Hendy. R. M. E. Stuart. Paget. Pollock. G. J. C. Williams. Smith. Walker. Radford. . Milner. Whiskard. Miss.G. Bagge. B. C. Mrs. A. L. Talbot. B. Prcedv. M. Mitchell. F. G. J.. Pollard. Tavlor. A. S. . B. C. A. B. Spenser. J. R. R. William. A. Rev. Himmons. Mumm. Miss L. Miss A. Miss E. R. Murray. Pember. Prof. . R. Townsend. Sale. Rev.W. F. . R. R. of Blackburn. K. K. A. . R. V. Cran. R. Wilkinson. J. Ross. T. B. Tennant. D. J. A. Wright. B. Stawell. F. F. Sir W. Pendlebury. C. Pooley. G. G. B. H. A. R. A. Miss F. . E. A. Mrs. R. Nicholson. (contimied) Thomas. F. Baynes. W. Wye. H. Miss K. . Green. Minturn. Varlej'. W. Miss M. E. Vincent. F. Miss J. E. T. B. Viscount. C. Kev. John. H. Wotherspoon. R. H. Thomas. Secbohm. M. Miss T. W. E. E.

F. Deeks. C. Henley . C. Owen. H. J. P.Tex-Blake. NottiiKjliam . Ou/ord AH Marchant. . . H. R. Hulbert. Richardson. Gorse. M. A. Rev. Nightingale.. P. M. H. E. H. . S. Very Rev. Miss E. Brixioorth . Fyfe. Strong. A. . M. . W. B.Davidson. L. 0. E. Fowler. F. Woodward.J. Rev. W. Gore. Brasenose Christ Church NORTHUiMBEELAND Morpeth J. Gough. K. B. H. . Bell. A. . Stewart. Miss A. Dr. {continued) Oxford . . G. S. P. C. Rt. . *Granger. . Butler. Anderson. R. Joseph. . G. Prof. C. F. N. Prof. H. A. C. R. S. Winfield. G. . Rev.. Leman. A. . Miss H. Prof. Haverfield. Walker. Barber. Rev. R. W. W. Sanday. NorthamjHon Oundle . . J. McKinnon. S. W. Fletcher. College . Balliol Colleye Strachan .H. Coll. . C. Hertford Coll. Tyler. C. J. *B^Tde. M. C. Warde. Mann.) Williams. J. W. Miss D. T. A. R. H. Asliwin. S. C. . Rev. *McCutcheon. . Sir T. G. W. D. Hadow. Rev. . . Rev. G. Gardner. H. Argles. F. Cooper. Miss H. E. Dundas. Lincoln College. L. E. W. F. D. F. . Prof. Wright. Miss C. Magdalen Coll. B. J. Rev. Prof. . . Cooke. jVeiccastle'-on- Tyne Heberden. Cyril. R. Blunt. j\'ewark-(mTrefit . W. Murray. Prof. H. J. T.MissK. Keatinge. Blagden. Richardson. G. W. Hall. Miss E. Betford . . \X. Miss B. E. H. Prof. Munro. Rudd. L. *Binney.Cambridge. Prof. Cookson. H. Whitwell. A. W. Geldart. Jewson. . . A. Prof. E. W. Rev. Clark. Hall . T. Rev. A. Merry. C. H. A. Rev. *Genner. Greene. Jesus College Keile College Nottinghamshire — Owen. K. Wooler . Fotheringham. Norwich . Lady Margaret OXFORDSHIREBa/nhnry Cvddeidun G. Wofldstoeh . E. 107 C. Barker. Webb. Grundy. W. S. Godlev. B. Benecke. Rev. Smith'. A. H. J. F. L. Williams. Charleswortb. W. A. Bridge. Wilson. W. . H. Rev. Talbot. Warner. P. Cooke. Livingstone. R. Merioii College Allen. Antlerton. C. Warren. C. H. . Rev. Houston. . Lock. Corpus Christi Dakyns. A. Pickard . Prof. G. Sanderson. G. Strangeways. Rev. . G. H. R. R. M. W. C. D. J. W. NORTHAMPTOKSHIEE Brackley . E. M. J. P. C. Rev. Rev. Wood. Farneil. Sidgwick. V.—— TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS Norfolk— continued Gt. G. W. C. R. J. A. . YatmovtJi Oxfordshire Haig. R. Rev. C. Balliol College . : Souls . H. H. Hughes. A. JToU . S.' . Wight. G. Squire. Hoernle. G. II. H.Bailey. A. E. . Brightman. Field. Very Rev. *BuiT0ughs. Cowley. A. L. D.reter College Duff. E. King's L linn. Beechiug. J. (continued) A. Miss A. J. A. L.. P. continued Lindsay.B. (Bishop of Oxford.

liarton -under- Grenfell. Rhys. M. Moss. Barry. R. W. H. . Miss E. Miss A. Rev. I. W. . Rev. L. W . . Miss M. L. . M. J. Gerrans. liath Ball. J. (^continued) Joachim. H. How. Owen. G. T. Sonthwold Wedleton . Rev. Scott. . Rev. . R. V. Witueg Browu. Rev. W. RUTLAND- W. Miss D. Miss A. E. A. . Hogarth.— — APPENDIX 108 OxFOEDSHlEE OxFonDSKiHE— continued continued Garrod. uVewca. Miss M. R. SOMEKSETEaland. Drcwitt. Odgers. Peacock. W. C. Hardy. John's Coll. G. R. H. Farley. Lin'/ell. J. Pope. Powell. A. . C. R. D. P. C. SuffolkFelixstowe Ipsmch . H. G. Hamlet. Worley. ^Pickering. R. Taylor. Clark. . E. Pope. A. ('. . . E. Scott. M. Prichard. H. G. Cooper. J. . Rev. Rev. A. Snow. F. {contiimed) W. Rev. Webster. 'S'. E. Miles. B. Miss A. Mrs. Lys. . A. A. . Prof. 11. F. Walter. R. H. Mackenzie. . G. Clendon. Oxford . F. Joseph.M. . Mrs. Richards.-Col. Alington. A. M . F. *Wells. W. D. M. *Stevenson. J. U. G. Miss E. Miss Brnton Mare Battiscombe. J. Legard. . Miss M. . Miss . A. . Yate. Neio College . P. Rev. T. F. H. Miss li. J. St. Lt. Matheson. Stocks. T. R. Wilson. Rev. . N. Hodge. Oriel College . Shadwell. H. Hunt. S. A. L. Watson. W. Kerapthorne. Heiiflerson. L. E. H. Silcox. C. Gough. M. ITandxtvo7'fh Lichfield . . A. W. Rev. . . A. Miss M. . WadJiam Coll. Powell. G. Mills. *Rogers. J. L. W. T. Elliott. J. Shropshire— Coalbrookdale JVewport Shifnal Magrath. Daniel. W. L. E. Walker. A. Mrs. . Elliston. H. Miss A. . Uttoxeter . Worerxter Coll.wper Penrose. S. H. . W. . L. Milverton Weston . L. J. . A. Qneen's College . J. Rt. Newton. . JIacfarlane. Rev. Spooner. Syson. Miss D. . C. Norton. T. W. Myres. Bakewell. Richards. Oxford Poole. M. C. . Miss E. Merton College . M. . . Goodwin. Rev. Semple. . N. (15ishop of Lichfield).C. . T. E. Hogarth. Shrewshurg *Ha]l. W. Rev. Chapman. Cook. . E. Dallas. G. Prof. R. Holland. A. Miss G. Richards. Miss M. University Coll. Rev. . Richards.. C. *Lorimer. M. H. B. Simpson.itlc- undrr-Lyme Stafford Stoke . W. T. Miss M. Miss G. Rev. R. TTinity College *Coupland. Somei-ville Coll. Miss M. Denman. Lewis. Wolverhamjitoji Caldecott. J. R. Macan. F. R. STAPF0ED8HIKE . Preb. J. C. L. Tod. P. McCrea. *Hunter. J. Allen. G. Luffenliam Upjiingham Phelps. Miss D. Riley. Miss B. l\Iarshall. H. L. J. M. Miss M. Nt'cdwood Dcnstone Coll. E. J. R. H. W. A.

Thompson. G. C. A. A. C. . . Miss E. Heath. Miss M. Paine. Mrs. E. Miss J. Rev. . . W. S. B. H. E. Johns. . W. . H. . R. Cuterluim SvsSTEX—continm d Ilett. . Cheam School . . Steyn'mg West Horsham. G. W. Miss H. Rev. M. . Wortliiny Warwickshikr— [). F. . W. E. P. (Jolvile. A. . H. Thring. C. Kendall. E. Croydon Thompson. G. A. . . . Warliiighavi Weyhridge . . L. S. De ZoucLe. N. Mrs.sse. Miss D.— TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS SUEEEY Pomaille. Varnham Carlisle. Miss C. W. . Marshall. Hindhead . H. Trollope. . Beigatc- . Dunham. R. L. Bangh. Miss iVeto . P. Rev. H. W. W. King. Seh. C. Johnson. De Glanville. Veysey. . Bowlby. T. C.. H. Parry. A. W. Chava. E. H. H. Miss. Dawes. Archibald. . . . J. Miss F. .. . Antrobus. Wilson. E. Lancing Li-wes Carson. K. Mrs. P. G. .. . A. F. A. (Jeden. G. . Watkins. . Browne. . Page. G.. T. G. Fletcher. . J. J. A. jrirmiiighuvi. G. Waterlow. Ovildford Geikie. . B. Bryant. Christ's Hosp. H. L. Rev. Rev. W. Hayes. Oke. . E. . Hademere Nuwers. . M. Radcliffe. East Gnnstead Eauthourne . Kawnsley. . Mainwaring. A. Mrs. . Epsom Milne. Brownjnlm. E. II. N. Ballinger. L. Miss M. Lingfu'ld . E. F. Prof. . Kingston IIlll . "Worters. Lyon. Hennings. L. Miss E. Miss M. Miss M. . Miss E. Maiden Oaited . S. E. Saunders. L. E. Godalming . . E. Alder. W. 0. E. Redhill . Miss H. Rev. Ball.. Sussex— . G. N. Chart crlifliae School 109 Brock. Eev. Eev. EnglefieUGrpcn Donkin. Barrett. Ghcy. Miss I. . Miss C. Miss M. Mayflcld . Ferguson. V. . C. . W. . Seaford . . Neild. Tower. H. G. Dale. Latham. E. Prof. Upcott. M. Selwyn. Miss E.D. C. B. Lee-Stratliy. Rev. Rev. . Johnston. Randall. . Bernays. Ball. Jones. O. Bennett. S. Davies. Bognor Brighton *Belcher. . . T. Rendel. C. Gardiner. Miss A. S. Brighton Luim. . Leonards . M. Miss K. D. Miss E. H. Chambers. B. Rev. G. Sir A. Millard. D. M. D. F. Irvine. T. H. Griffith. A. Dawson. Miss M. A. .. W.. W. I. . Lamb. . 0. H. T. C. S. Miss C. Kenlnj Kero . Keen. Marshall. Frank. S. Miss A. Cla\igate Craiilcigh C. Longworth. BexMll-on-Sra Browning. Williams. Lea. Hardcastle. Miss E. A. F. Tressler. M. Johnson. Gilson. J. . L. Ledgard. H. McKay. P. Miss M. L. N. Miss E. H. . . W. S. Itoyal Uolloway College Taylor. Dawes. H. A. . Vaughan. Rev. James. . C. Crowborough. (contlmied') . . E. Prof. Miss A. B. Rev. P. Dawes. J. S. E. W. . M. M. . T. H. Armitage. B. Bichmond Svrhiton . R. Miss L.. G. Warren. . D. Win bolt. E. Pearson. Ryle. D. Tabor. J.St. Hove St. Sir Midhurst Bodmell . Jackson. Mayor. Harris. . Moore. A. Rev. JI. L'vmpsfiiihl . . Maunde.

110 VVarwickshiee- APPENDIX .

S. . T. Carmarthen — Carmarthen . * Marshall. H. W. 111 Stokes. . Horner. Draper. E. E. Couzens. W. A. (^continued) Dale. W. U. W. C. Toyne. J. Gillespie. Miss F. N. J. E. D. . T. . MaltiDt. WALES Cardigan— Ahcrystwyth Benslv. Miss G. C. Harries. Rev. Hon. WilHams. Rev. A. . G. SivMinrjton C. . . . Prof. Jackson. B. (Bishop of Knaresborough). E. W. Kay tield). von B. Wilson. Rev. Mi. Weech. . E. M. Croft. . G. E. E. W. Clark. W. M. Sutherland.. L. . . E. J. Grant. Woodward. (Archbishop of York). M. C. Prof. Anderson. Lupton. Grundy. R. C. Davies. Wakep'eld Campbell. Sir J. G. Johnson. C. . W. H. W. Rev. Miss E. A. Green. R. Eden. R. Hir W. J. F. J. Hornsby. Green. E. Prof. A. L. Hannam. 0. ISLE OF Castletown . Cayley. Rev. Rt. . A. Lightley. Wynne-Edwards. Jamieson. Mrs. C. Rev. J. . . S. Sands. Escott. B.— TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS Yorkshire — continued YoBKSHlEE cflntiniwd Leeds . Rev.. Arnold. H. Brighouse. W. J. Newman. Lt. M. H. Miss A. Zachary. Sheffield Arnold. Connal. A. Miss K. H. P. Prof. N. McCroben. M. (Bishop of Wake- . . G. Miss A. Price. Prof. Barran. . A. Morton. Roberts. K. H.. . Barnby. Prof. Radcliffe. J. N. A. Wood. . Pickard. Gibbons. T. Hudson.ss St. . J. . E. Lang. E. C. W. . . W. Worrall. M. B. Botwood. Whincup. Wager. Gordon. Rtchviond Ripoii Goodrich. L.' Rev. W. F.F. R. E. . Prof. . Guest. R. Phillips. H. N. . Rogers. Prof. Hharpley. Forster. R. . T.. Sadler. Prof. P. Maiden. . Clough. R. J. * Summers. . M. Dodd. M. Menston-iii- Wharfedalc Mirjield . Barber. . Mathews. P. Miss A. . Carnarvon — Banyor . M. C. . Most Rev. Rev. E. T.. *Williams. Rhys. NorthaUevton Pochlhujion . V. H. H. W.A. M. Sleeman.. W.. Prof. I'rof. R. Prof. G. F. W. . J. Miss ]I. Worsley. L. W. Dudlev. E. Rev. M. Roberts. Ellis. J. T. J. . Barton. Ycadon York . . W. Prof. Salthurn Scarborough Sedheryh Settle . W. Miss D." Miss E. A. Prof. Robert. .M. J. Miss M. MAN Wicksey. Kitson. C. Miss E. Miss D. L. . Rt. S. G. Bibby. Harrison. . Eckersley. Heathcote. G. J. . Libbey. Walker. H. CHANNEL ISLES Jersey Bottomley-Smith. Sykes. Douglas. S. J. V. Sutton. L. H. Rev. Y. Wood. J. Miss G. .

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Denbigh—
Osborn,
Colwjin Bay
J)enMf/7i

Ruthin

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SCOTLAKD

contimifd
Blairgowrie
Ramsay, Prof. G. G.
.

G. F. A.
Webster, Miss A.
Lovegrove, E. W.
Leckenby, A. E.
Eoberts, W.

Wrexham

....

Crieff'

JEdinbtirgh

.

May,

Bell, J.

G LA MOBG ANSHIUE
Jcnkyns, Miss C.
Norwood, Prof. G.
Pearson, Miss M. E.

Cardiff

Eichmond,

Merthyr
Penarth
Pentyrch

.

.

Po7ityj)ridd

Moath
Swansea

Prof. O. L.

Kobertson, Rev. W. L.
Crowther, Miss M. E.
Whitefield, Miss E. G.
Brooks, G. D. F.
Llewelj'n, Miss M.
Barke, Miss E. M.
Benger, Miss L. M.

.

AbertUlery

.

.

Monmouth

.

.

Cartwright, Miss M.
Bradney, J. A,

James, L.
JVewjJort

,

.

.

Solva

....

A.

I.

.

Dervock

.

.

.

JDoionpatrick
Bublift
.
.

.

Henry,

R. M.
Laurie, Geo. E.
White, N. B.

Allen, S.
Pooler, Rev. D)-.
.*Alton, E. H.

Sligo

EUROPE

Cowperlhwaitc, Miss
E. E.

-

Saale

.

.

.

Munich

.

.

.

Robert, Prof. Dr. G.
Prof. A.

Gudeman,

Florence

.

Home

.

Benn, A, W.
Steele, J. P.

.

Cyjjriis

Purser, L. C.

.

.

.

Ashby, T.

.

.

.

Jasonidy, 0.

J.

I.

Thompson, John.
.

.

.

Mediterranean —

.

.

Nolan, Rev. T. V.
Plunkett, Count.

Galway

.

I'rof.

Brennan, J.
Browne, Rev. Prof. H.
Delauy, Rev. W.
Keane, Rev. J.
Keen, Miss E. A.

.

.

Arcachon

Italy

Beare, Prof. J.

Bundrnm

Tarradale
Uddingston

Williams, R.

IRELAND
Belfast

.

.

.

Halle - an - dcr

Perm an, Miss

.

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.

.

M.

Ferard, R. H.
Green, G. Buckland.
Hardie, Prof. W. R.
Heard, Rev. W. A.
Stevenson, Miss E.
Davies, Prof. G. A.
Taylor, Rev. A. F.
Abernetbj-, Miss A. S.
Burnet, Prof. J.
Pearson, Miss E. R.
Shewan, A.
Yule, Miss A. F.
Waddell, W. G.

Germany—

Grant, B. C.

Pembrokeshire —
Pembnike

Gh/sgnTv

Montrose
St. Aiulrews

France

MONMOUTHSHIEE

T.

Atkinson, Miss A. L.

.

Fcrrall, C. N.
.*Exon, Prof. C.
McElderry, Prof. R. K.
Murfet, A. T. U.
Pve, Prof. J.
Willis, Miss M.

Turkey—
Mayo, C.

Constantinople

NORTH AMERICA
Canada—
Kingston
Montreal

.

.

.

Codd, Prof. A. E.
Davis, IMiss M.
I'eterson, Principal
Wliyte, Miss J.

.*Aud"en, Prof. H.

Toronto

W.

W.

Witt, Prof. N. W.
Langford, Prof. A. L.
Robertson, Prof. J. C.
Smith, Prof. G. 0.

De

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SCOTLAND
Aberdeen

.

.

Nova Scotia—

Davies, G. A. T,

narrower. Prof.

J.

Halifax

.

.

Murray, Prof. Howard.

North

TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS
America — continued

Connecticut—
Gooclell,
New Haven

U.S.A.

.

.

Piof. T. D.

U.S.A. Illinois—
Hale, Prof. W. G.
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Chicago ,
MerriU, Prof. E. T.
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U.S.A.

Massachusetts—

Cambridge
Nen'tonville

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White, Prof. .J. W.
Wallace, Miss I. M.

Michigan—
Kelsey,
Ann Arbor

U.S.A.

,

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Prof- F.

W.

Wenley. Prof. K. M.
U.S.A.

Minnesota—

Winona
U.S.A.

.

.

O'Brien, Rev. P. F,

.

New Hampshire —

Exeter

.

Kirtland, Prof. J. C.

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U.S.A. New Jersey
Capps, Prof. E.
Princeton
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U.S.A.

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Jtkaca
Ne?v York

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Elmer, Prof. H. C.
.*Hirst, Miss G. M.
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Hodges, A. L,
MacVay, Miss A. P.
Wye, Miss T. E.
*Leach, Prof. Abby.
Macurdy, Miss G. H.
Thallon, Miss 1. C.

Poughkeepsie

U.S.A.

Pennsylvania

Grove City

.

Oliphant, Prof.

.

S,

U.S.A. Virginia —
Charlottesville

.

Fitzhugh, Prof. T.

SOUTH AMERICA
British Guiana
George

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ASIA

Ceylon—
Colombo
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S.

SlAM—
Banghok

Ward,

AUSTRALASIA

Hohart

Victoria

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Bowen,

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Stewart, Prof. H.
Adams, T. D.

Wang any i

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Weltingtaii

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Dunedin

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C. C.

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Egypt-

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Luxor ....
Cairo

M.

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Bousfield, F. S. N.

Gradff Reinct
Pretoria

AUSTBALIA
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Furness, J. M.
Sonnenschein, E. J.
Evelyn- White, H. G.

SOUTH AFRICA

.

Adelaide

Williams, Miss S. J.
Leeper, A.

.

.

Cape Colont—

QUEENSLAND-

S.

W. H.

Sloman, H. N. P.
Tildesley, Miss E.

Brishaiw

H.

Williams, Prof.

.

.

.

Castlemaine

Morrell, W. J,
Latter, H.
Brown, Prof. J. R.

.

J.

Melhourne

New South Wales —
Sydney

Langley, J. E.

.

.

Tasmania—

New Zealand —
Chridchnrch

Australia— cc?tf?«w<?<Z
Kent Toivn

Martin, A. T.

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.

.

Coghill, D.

Naylor, Prof. H.

.

.

Lewis, J. G. R.
Paterson, Prof. A. C.

WEST INDIES

M. R.

Hollidge,D. H.

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Barhadoes
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Dalton, Rev. H. A.

Barrows, Miss M. M.

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MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT BRANCH
President

Sir

Edward Donner,

Bart., B.A., LL.D.

Vice-Presidents

:

The Right
The Right Rev. the Bishop op Manchester
The Vice-Chancellor op
Rev. the Bishop of Salford
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;

THE Victoria University (Sir Henry A. Miers, M.A.,D.Sc.,
The Ven. Willoughby C. Allen, Archdeacon
F.R.S.)
Professor W. Blair Anderson, M.A.
OP Manchester
A. J. Ashton, Esq., K.C, Recorder of Manchester;
Miss S. A. Burstall, M.A. Professor W. M. Calder,
M.A.
Professor W. Boyd Dawkins, F.R.S. D.Sc. Sir
Alfred Hopkinson, K.C, LL.D. The Rev. W. Parker
The Rev. J. H. Moulton, D.Litt., Hon.
Mason, M.A.
J. L. Paton,
D.D.
C. T. Needham, Esq., B.A., M.P.
Professor
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M.A.
Hon. Treasurer

H.

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Professor R.

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S.

Conway, Litt.D. T. L. Agar,
Professor M. A. Canney,
;

Miss W. Biggs

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H. GuppY, Esq., M.A. F. W. Haskins, Esq., M.A.
Miss Caroline Herford Miss
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Miss G. Llewellyn, M.A.
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Miss W. Tqener, M.A. A. S, Warman, Esq., B.A.
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Hon.
Miss

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Secretaries:

H. Rees, B.A., Ladybarn House, Withington, Manchester

G. E. K. Braunholtz, Esq., M.A.,

Dunwood House, Withington,

Manchester
Excavation Committee

Professor
Professor R. S. Conway, Litt.D.
Chairman
M.
Calder,
M.A.
Professor
W.
W. Blair Anderson,
D.Sc.
F.R.S.,
Boyd
Dawkins,
Professor W.
M.A.
Phelps,
Esq.
C.
M.A.
J.
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E. G. W. Hewlett, Esq.,
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H.
James
Professor
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Hon. Treasurer

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may

Attention
the Branch
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is

J.

:

Dakers, Esq., M.A.

be called to the following

at present engaged

activities in

which

:

The Excavation Committee, which has already published
Roman Fort at Man-

the volumes on Melandra Castle, on the

and on Excavations at Toot Hill and Melandra, conducted some interesting excavations in 1908 on the site of the
chester,

Fort at Ribchester, discovering, among other objects of
importance, an inscription erected by the Emperor Severus

Roman

and subsequently modified by

Caracalla.

been in prolonged consultation with the
the double object of erecting a

Since then

local

Museum on

it

has

Committee, with

the spot, in which

may

be permanently preserved, and of continuing and completing the excavation of the Fort, which at
its present stage leaves several interesting problems unsolved.

the objects found

Through the

efforts of the local

Committee, whose Chairman

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will be gladly received and acknowledged. — : to a Joint Meeting of the Classical Association and the Egyptian and Oriental Society by Professor Lehmann-Haupt on " Tigrano- kerta Rediscovered. . in the Schools of interchange of lectures number of the district. 1914. tlie Bishop of Whallcy. in completing the a considerable portion of the front wall was found in good preservation. — Lecture to a Joint Meeting of the Classical Association and the Historical Association by G. gress has been 117 Ecclesiastical Authorities have sold the necessary portion of Glebe-land.. classical teachers in the University and Schools of the district and are indicated in a syllabus which this Scheme is is circulated every autumn. Holland. F. considerable pro- The made. of University College. Esq. Donald Atkinson. E. The following meetings have been held during the past year Annual Business Meeting. Dakers. the building of which was begun last autumn and is now nearing completion. Manchester. and by Mr. 1914. Treasurer of the Branch." March 1th.— MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT BRANCH now the Rigiit Rev. A few weeks' work is still necessary to complete the excavation. was published by the Branch in the autumn of 1911. During the Easter vacation. The funds required for this are not at present available and any subscriptions for the purpose sent to Mr. further excavations were conducted by Professor Anderson. bases belonging to a colon- nade were unearthed and some interesting pottery and coins were discovered. on the vacant by the pulling down of the old left . Hill. J. The Withington Girls' School. 1914. and the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty has consented to undertake the trusteeship of the Museum. and papers on these are promised of scheme of a on set intended to further the interests of by It takes the special subjects. of Manchester University. (2) The Branch continues the working foot in the Classical form A autumn Study of 1908. Lecture February 20th. H. The Secretary for Miss M. A brief Report on the site and the excavations hitherto conducted there. The excavators succeeded plan of the Praetorium Reading. ground temporarily Parish Room.

.M. 9th. 1914.A. Treasurer Miss Baugh. Gary Gilson. 1914. on " Greek Coins and Greek Religion. .A. M.Litt. S. Hookham. on " The Meaning of the (Edipus Tyrannus. Litt.." The Annual Excursion took the form Roman of a visit to the Camp at Ribchester under the guidance of Professor Anderson. M. Stirling Rd. . . The G. Societies. January December J." There are at present between 130 and 140 members of the Branch. Keeper of tlie Coins. ViNCE. Crete.D. A. Miss M. Lectiu-e by 1915.A. . BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLANDS BRANCH President The Right Honourable Lord Charnwood Vice-Presidents : The Right His Grace the Archbishop of Birmingham Caldecott.A. M. M.A. W.A. Esq.A.. Hon. C. who explained the recent excavations he had been conducting I there during the Easter Vacation.." Library the Rylands Annual Business Meeting.P. .— Lectui'e to a Joint Meeting of the Classical Association and the Egyptian and Oriental Society by Principal R. Sheppard. Middlemore. the Lord Bishop M. .A. H. The Rev. S. Hayes. Spurley Hey. 68. D." November tional 2Sth. Rev. R. T. . Rev. M. James.— Lecture by Professor R. . M.A. J. M. Alfred M. of the present —Joint Meeting of the Associated Educa- Addresses on the crisis educational opportunities were delivered by the Vice-Chancellor and Mr. M. Watson Oxford of Rev. The Temple. Waterfield. Conway at on " The Youth of Vergil. . 1914.— 29th. . . Edgbaston . W. T.A. . Burrows. on " The Most Recent Excavations in October ?>\st.: : APPENDIX 118 M.A.. R.. J. R. McCrea Miss Major. Professor Sonnenschein.

scHEiN. Reynolds. . Professor J. D... B. A. Campagnac Caton. : Miss H. .D.. M. Hon. . . Birmingliam Hon.A. . Esq. C. H. V. A. A. Wheatsheaf Rd. M. H. Paton. LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT BRANCH President : Rev. Pallis. Beaven.D. Litt. Montgomery.. Esq. . A. E. Esq. C. Secretaries Miss F. King Edward's School. P. M. The Rev. Esq. Griffin. . George Stock. . Treasurer J. Secretary : New R. Strong.B. B. Ormerod. R. A. Legge. M. M. F. Jones. F. B. M. Lancelot J. . Esq. S. BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLANDS BRANCH Hon.. Esq. . Esq. LL. Brown. M. M. Miss Lilley Jones. Emeritus Professor H.. . Professor J. Esq. . P. F. LL. K. Edgbaston Committee : Miss Miss M.D.A.A. Esq.A. E.J. Beaumont . A. H. . D. Esq. Miss Muriel Davies R. Professor E. . . Miss Nimmo. . . . J. . Myres A. Belcher A. Bridge. M. Rev. Vice-Presidents : ViceThe Right Rev. ClenBrock. Gary Gilson. B. Litt. M. .. Linton Smith. . J. L. .A. Barrett.A. .A. M. M.D. uoN. E. Esq. Muspratt.A. . .D. E.A. Owing St. Professor Sonnen- The Rev. R. G.: .A.D. Esq. M. E.A.. . Arnold Hatfield. . Hon. V. : H. Canon Gibson Smith Robert Gladstone. W. A. . .A. H. . .A. Cattley. S. 22. Secretary of the 119 Reading Circle Street. Postgate.Litt. . Weisse. Rev. war no meetings to the above Branch are being of the held this winter. LL. the Lord Bishop of Liverpool Chancellor Sir Alfred Dale Rev. T. Measures.A.D. Heath. ViPAN.

G. November 26f/i. — " Some Notes on the Universities of Classical Times. . A. . The following papers were read during the year at meetings of the Branch : March %th. . Francis Mr. Strangeways the Secretary and the Trea. . . Adam Rev. NOTTINGHAM AND DISTRICT BRANCH President Dr. p. G. Clark Miss E. Strangeways Mr.—'' Men of Letters at the Court of Ptolemy Philadelphus.— : : APPENDIX 120 There are uow 109 members of tlie Brauch. p. . Archdeacon H. Wild Dr.—'' Impressions of Egypt. . H. L.— " Strong Language." March 9th." by Dr. T. Bowser Mr. S. Felix Oswald Vice-Presidents : Rev. Felix Oswald. Strong.— General Meeting. on " Balkan Masquerades and Dionysus Worship. Secretary Mr. M. H. and lectm-e by Mr. The number of members is 31. E." by Dr. full : December 2nd. Turpin Miss C. R." by Professor J. Wallis. B. C. . Facon Miss E. : Barker Treasurer and Chairman of Committee Dr. . L. W. Leman Mr. E. Todd. Wace. S. E. F. A. H. of whom 66 are members of the Association." by Mr. R. Houston Mr. : Granger Committee Mr. Granger.— ''In the Track of the Ten Thousand through Turkish Armenia. . . . T. S. Smiley. M." by Professor H. S. A. The following meetings have been held during the past year February 2nd. Canon Thomas Field Yen. . C. L. F. Houston Mr. June nth. surer. J.

W. 0. A.. .m. E.S. Asquith : Rt. Headlam Sir F. . J. Platt Walters.. Principal R. and the interest and delight provoked by the address were manifest from the remarks of the speakers who took part in the discussion which Among these speakers was a visitor whom we were followed. Pantin W. conclusion of the General Meeting a lecture on "Catullus at Sirmio" was delivered by Sir Archibald Geikie. F. The names of the At the Officers and Committee elected are enumerated above. 16 . Slater Miss E. Gray Professor E. . G. : Miss G. Nelson W. O. Hon. Flamstead Professor J. . . . Hon. The chair was occupied by Professor Mackail. A. Kenyon Rt. C. J. . W. H. Rushbrooke Miss C. H. . Caspari R. MacGregor. E.C. . . Committee M. Mackail T. Holding. Hon. versity College. Treasurer N. G. G. B. . Camden Town. S. Secretary J. G. Burrows Rt. . M. Bedford : College. . Gow Rev. P. Regent's Park. G. . on February 27th at 8 p. The Annual General Meeting of the Branch was held in UniGower Street. featui'es of the region in The natural which the poet's country home was set were described in clear and graceful language. Strudwick Miss M.M. . specially pleased to welcome.W. A. Hon. B. Taylor. N. Page Professor W. North London Collegiate School.R. R. Ramsay —Emeritus — Humanity in the University of Glasgow who caused much amusement by strongly dissenting from Sir Arch- Professor of bald Geikie's belief in the deep affection which Catullus entertained for his yacht. M. Earl Curzon of Kedles. . E. J. .:: LONDON BRANCH 121 LONDON BRANCH President The Very Reverend the Dean of Westminster Vice-Presidents Rt. M. Earl Cromer Miss F. A. . .W. Dr. Gardner TON Rev. Earl Loreburn J. . Skeel Miss W. Meiklejohn C. C.

At the conclusion of each of these lectures a and questions were freely addressed to the discussion took place lecturers. A Chairman. modern) expressed his apprecia- tion of her remark. arresting the attention of a Civil Service who W. A." The audience followed with slides. Several other in Commission Examiner. and Teachers resident in London or its . illustrated by lantern Ida. this number can hardly be considered completely satisfactory.APPENDIX 122 Later in the Lent Term a meeting was held to discuss the reformed method of teaching Classics. read a paper. At the first. L. Dr. We hope Dr. in view of the many Classical Students immediate vicinity. yet (so far as Europeans are concerned) comparatively unexplored Trojan range. on " Many-fountained interest the lecturer's journey over the widely famed. Paine of the members were present and shared with members of the in the subsequent discussion. Professor Arthur Piatt dealt in an acute and vigorous paper with points connected with the economy of Sophocles' " Philoctetes " at the second Mr. laid stress upon the value of the writings of Plato and Aristotle as suggesting means of dealing with some social problems of the modern world. Although the Branch has only been in existence for two years. There are at present 142 members on the roll. At this Dr. In Michaelmas Term the Committee. James Gow. Walter Leaf decided to hold one meeting only. Society for the Reform of this Society Branch of Latin Teaching. Examiners were fifty years lady behind which was opened by the who roundly later (looking surprisingly declared that succeeded the times. Zimmern in a thoughtful " address on " Hellenism and Some Contemporary Movements some . Leaf be induced at some future date to describe to the members of the Branch yet another portion of his travels in the Troad. after careful consideration. E. At the outset a short paper advocating reform was read by Mr. Recognition is also due to others who mentioned for the to address its have undertaken the duties of presiding at the various meetings. The Branch owes a debt of grateful thanks to all the scholars may ready kindness with which they consented members. Two meetings were held in the Summer Term.

Gee. D. M. HuTCHiNGS.} Principal W. During the Session 1914-1915 the following meetings have already been held : —Paper by Rev." by Mr. Esq.A.A. M. : Norwood. . viz. Committee : Mrs. E. The meetings held in the Lent Term were reported in last year's Proceedings.— — :: — : . M. . A. Vice-Presidents J. U. H.A. Secretary Miss A. C.. D. B.—'' The Historic Socrates. R. M. Woodward. Cliftou. H. D.A..A. T.LlTT. Esq. — Sequel" (The Posthomerica of Quiutus Smyrnseus). Esq. Professor F. Dorothy Brock. H. Pitman. . Dudley Buxton.A. M. the Lord Bishop op Newcastle Dr. " . Badminton House. Mus. Bristol. H. — " The Romantic Movement in Latin Literaby Miss M. . Brooks.Doc. Portway Dobson. H." by Mr. M. BRISTOL BRANCH 123 BRISTOL BRANCH President Professor J.D. Smith. January 29th. . Taylor. Collins on " An Epic October 2nd.B. The membership of the Branch is nearly 50. . King.A. D.. Dobsox. F. Pro. . S. Mayor. Esq. H. M. L.. Hadow. May 1th. Esq.. ture in the Second Century a. C... M.. B. NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM BRANCH President The Right Rev. W. F. M. February 2Gth.A. Esq.A. . Hon..A. J. November 27tk. — " Men and Manners in the Eastern Mediterranean. Three other papers have been promised. . M. Paper by Rev. W.Litt.d. the Lord Bishop op Durham Vice-Presidents : The Right Rev. Bloor on " A Greek and an English Historical Play " (iEschylus Persians Shakespeare Henry V)..

M." Professor R. . Rev.A. Canon : The College.Litt. Committee : Basil Anderton. Royal Grammar School. J. H. R. The D.A.A. Professor F. Bridge. Professor F. .Litt. Anderton. S. . How.Litt. B. A. K. D. D. B. Knowles. " Fate and Free Will in C4reek and Roman Poets. Lowe. . R. .C.C. Durham Hon. Esq. " The Chivalry of Vergil. H.A. J." Professor W. Newcastle 0. H. FESSOR F.A. Slater. Esq.V. .. Blackett. . : a Sixteenth. Haverfield. Miss Hiley W. M. D.Century Stoic at Louvain.A. Mortimer M. M. APPENDIX 124 Canon A. D. Hardie.Litt.A.A. M.— : . Budworth. Professor J. . D. W. H. M. M. M.A. Bridge.L. Conway.D. M. . Vice-Presidents M. Jevons...C.A. . Professor J. D. . Professor D. D.A. D. Hon. W.A.. Richmond.A. F.A. Father H.A.A. L.. ." J. . Rev. Lewis W. .A." B.A. R. M. Norwood. . P. Treasurer A. An expedition was where there Number is of made to Escomb and Binchester (Vinovia) the famous hypocaust. .O. M.Sc. . The following papers have been read during the year " The Oral Teaching of Latin. K. M. Secretary : Byrde. Professor Robertson. . . R. R. M. J. 97. Miss Stafford Smith. . M.Sc. D. Rev. M.L. B.A.A. G. " Justus Lipsius. J. 0.. : E. F. Talbot.S. Wight Duff. Dendy. Angus. members. H. . M. CARDIFF AND DISTRICT BRANCH President Sir Herbert Warren. with the Treasurer and Secretary.. M. Cruickshank. A. Hoyle. Ellershaw. Cruickshank. WiDDOWS. H.S. J. W.. Professor M. Mann.

1915. Jones. F.A." LEEDS AND DISTRICT BRANCH President The Hon. R. 1914. D. of whom 17 are full members of the Association. — " The Agamemnon. Kitson Clark. Jones. February 3rd. E. On March 5th. March 3rd. .A. A. The Rev. — " The Beginnings of a National Epic in T.P.S. Hon.A.A. CoLONEL E. H. M. The Rev.A. — " Can the Fourth Georgie be an Alle- 1915. by Mr.A." by Miss E. M. December 2nd. The following papers have been read at ordinary meetings of the Branch November ISth. 1915. " by Professor 0. 1915. L." 20th. Williams. M. Mr. Lupton. Esq.. J.P. Vice-Presidents M.— : CARDIFF AND DISTRICT BRANCH Hon. Bart. E. M. . Miss Keeling. J. M. McCroben.. B.D. M. Haverpield. : T.D." by Mr. of King's Cambridge. E. . LL.D.A.A. B. .. G. M. Mozley.. . M.A. Mr. D. M. " The Development of Religious Ideas in the Homeric Poems. J. . . 0. M.A. M. . G.—" Catullus. J.D. 1914.FiELD. : Sir John His Grace the Archbishop of York..." by Mr. . . Jones. Pearson. LL. Secretaries Miss M. LL. W. January Latin.A. . Richmond. G. Sheppard. Barke. E. Mr. Hall.—" Remarks on Greek Art. A. There are now 71 members of the Branch.A.D. LL. . D.. Edward Wood. M. Brooke. : — Brooks. Litt. Professor F.A." by Mr..A. Treasurer 125 : Miss E. Lieut. Colonel Mr.. ffidipus Tjrrannus. BlomN. W. M. February 11 th. B.A.D.A. B. T.. M. Barran.D. lectured to the Branch and visitors on " gory ? College.

E. Leeds Executive Committee Mr." —Inspection of the Address on the site Visit later to the Technical College. M. Miss M. C. Mr. M. Mr. . APPENDIX 126 W.D.L.. Saturday. 2. .:: : : .D. Secretary for Reading Circles and School Lectures : Mr. M. F.B. The Rev. Mr. Whitley. C. Mr.A. Clapham. M.A. H. E. the Chairman of Secretaries.m. T. .. . October 10th. Secretaries Mr. Dodd. M.A. M. Sadler. Edwards. B. —Inaugm-al meeting at the Uni- Election of Officers and Committee. M. R. M. L. near Huddersfield. Meetings of the Branch. Inaugural as Poet Laureate. H.A. J. March 1914-January 1915. R. Headingley. Goodrich. . M. Mr. W. C.A. Hon. . Miss D.A. M. Committee.A. Dale. Mr. The Right Hon. B. M.A. . J. A. . Litt..m. Roman by Mr..A. Treasurer Professor B. Miss G. versity of Leeds. J. Leeds Hon. Toyne. M. F. March lUh. Woodward. Address by Professor R. E. Conway on "Horace Saturday.A. Mr. M. Walker. Miss A. Chairman of the Executive Committee Professor W. . Dale. Saunders. Miss K. . 4 p. together with the President. . . Bradford Miss C. Rhys Roberts. W. W. D. The Unirersity. Mr. B..A. F. V. M. Lightley. A. Price. Vice-Chancellor of Leeds University. B. The Girls' Grammar School. the Treasurer and the two . The Rev. Malden.. M. C. Hudders- .A. W. R. S. p.. Connal. M. B. M.A.P. The Grammar School. B. Fort at Slack.A. 7.A. J. M. Leeds Hon..A. Parker.D. LL. The University. Leeds S... R.S.30 p. Falding. J.A. Woodward.A. Mr. Zachary. S.A. M. A. W. Roberts . B.B. Claremont Drive. A. E. Fleming. Atkinson.A. Holme.

C.A. Leeds. to print Mr. Bombay Hon. Hudson.. Mr.. — At the Grammar School.C. C. 50. Dr. 5.I. The Hon.C. Heaton. Lecture (at 5 p. . The Hon.m.) Bailey on " Some Greek and Roman Ideas of a Saturday.A. I. Sir S. M. I.m. A." It is hoped. Lamb. January 2Srd.: : LEEDS AND DISTRICT BRANCH 127 by kind invitation of its Principal. Life in the Frontier Provinces of the Roman Empire. H.. ." — Tuesday. Lecture on " The Stoic Philosophy. L.S. K.S. : A. Ailinger. J. Governor of Bombay President The Right Rev. M. Treasurer Mr. Lecture there (at 5 p. Marshall.S.. Bradford. 103 Associate members. Hill. . A. G.." by Professor Gilbert Murray. November 3rd. Lord Bishop op Bombay Vice-Presidents The Hon. First Cyril Future Life. Covernton. The Hon. : Sir R.) by Professor R. .m. 1915. M. .L. I. Mr.L. I. Mr. Batchelor. S.S. A. CLE. J.m. Lord Willingdon. F.S. Secretary The Rev. Hon. J.S.C.A. CLE. C. 4 p. St. Elphiustone College. by Mr. At the University. E. Bosanquet on " Town field. Annual Business Meeting. G. BOMBAY BRANCH Patron : His Excellency the Right Hon.. Dale and lectm'es have already been given in various schools. Sir J.C. Palmer. CLE. A scheme of School Lectures has been framed by Mr. 153.A. L. with his kind permission. Anderson.30 p. J.. Xavier's College. Bombay . B. Full members.. C.. H. Bailey's lectm'e and circulate among members it of the Branch. D.D.I.C. Membership. E.

.— : :. S. M.G..D. — " Women — " The Ailinger.. .B. Professor T.D. M. 30th. Rawlin- M.. . . Butler.J.A.D..A. The Rev. The Rev. The Right Hon. Sir . Mr. Marrs. M..D. Harper. D. M. Radford. A. S." December Wth in the Plays of iEschylus. M. M. . T. The Rev.. A. F. Sleemau. LL. .A.. — this of Jubilee meeting. R. His Honour Judge Backhouse. J. September 22nd. Bousfield.—'' The Phice of Dido in History. M. . Purves.A. A. March J..A. APPENDIX 128 Committee Mr.G. E. Case for Latin in Bombay. .. Professor A. D. Soarez. The Rev. I THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES President The Hon. Miss Mrs. N.." by Rev. Miss Louisa Macdonald. M. Esq. . The membersliip of the Braucli remains at 138.C. : February 12th. The Rev. G. Mackie. B. M. D. .C. S. Whitty. of J.J. Chief Justice of New South Wales Sir P. June Conway. . R. W. C.D.A.A.A. past year .A..D. J. Vice-Presidents : Edmund Barton. M. Strachan.A. M. Sheppard Mr. S. I. . Esq. Litt. M. LL." by and Josaphat Principal H.A. B. N.B.A. The following papers were read at our meetings during the . X. The Rev.M." son.L. .. a kind the Branch — " Barlaam a Study in the Migration of Fables.A. : Cullen. P. being the Twenty-fifth meeting. . S. Waddy. B. F. Pavri.C.C. S. P. Little.A. B. W. by Mr. Fidler.A. G. K. M.C. L. R. LL. Stiles Miss Badham M. . . LL..S. M.. by Miss — " The Influence of Platonism on Later Philo- sophical Systems. Mr. Case. Slst.A..A. A.A.M. L. R. Garvin Mrs. B. Mr.A. H." by Professor R.A. Prescott. M. P.

Piddington. M. Esq.A. Canon Girdlestone. 17 J. Esq. V. B. Multon. Esq.A. R. B. Esq...A. H. Esq.D.: : . Secretary : Kaeppel. . Council Brennan. Ph. A.. Treasurer Mr. B. M.. A. B. P. Schleicher. Esq. Ph..D. Mitchell.Sc. E. . F. Garnsey. R.A. .. Mr. NEW SOUTH WALES Hon.. Jethro Brown. Darnley Naylor. B. J. B. J. Hon. Esq. .A. 129 : Woodhouse. D..A. M. Esq. Ritchie.A.A. C. .A. Treasurer Professor W. Todd.A. upon Council of the English Classical Association. M.A. F. Esq. Professor W. G. . South Australia Chief Justice .. J. President : Professor H. Acting-Professor G.A. Holme. I. FrankAssistant Professor E. . Esq.A. : and Lieutenant-Governor of Chancellor of the University of Adelaide. FitzHerbert. .A. Allen. R.A. Vice-Presidents Professor W. C. M. A. M. tlie The Report THE for the last session has not CLASSICAL come ASSOCIATION to hand OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA Report for the Year 1913 Patron Sir Samuel Way.. : Ward. . Rev.A. Esq. H. . Lee Pulling. M.D. M. Childe. B. Portus. M.A.. J. L. A. lin. M.A. .. M. LL. B. Representative of the Association . Esq.. .. B.

N. . Mr. Professor Wallace Dr. . R. S. Rentoul . W.— :: : APPENDIX 130 Committee Miss V. —A paper was read by Miss Hiibbe on " Roman Women. G. Leeper Vice-Presidents : The Hon. . Sir : John Madden. Secretary : Mr. September Development J. Professor Tucker President Dr. of the Pastoral. Hollidge. .A." Idth. . Smyth . E. B. R. H.A. Boyce Gibson The Rev. G. McMillan. A." August Sth. . D." June 13th. .A. —Professor Naylor read a paper on the " Alcestis. .—Mr.M. Principal Aickin Mr. The Rev. . Felix Meyer Mr. . H. M. Ingram F. gave a Mitchell lectui'e on " Greek Theories of Knowledge. G. W. W. his studies of THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA Patrons The Hon. Membership. Blanch Rev. H. T. Albert Miller Strong . Paynter dealt with " The Message of Lucretius." — Professor Naylor continued Euripides with a paper on the " Bacchae." July — Professor 18th. B. Irvine .C.G. . R. Mrs. Hardy.— yiv. Justice Higgins Mr. W. Sugden Council ComMrs. mander Dr. Ward F. 55. J. . Professor The Littlejohn Mr.A. M. Kerry . Leeper Mrs. Reimann. Meetings : April 22nd. . E. Clucas. Messrs. Maudsley Henry Mrs. H. . . J. B. Mr." October " The read a paper on 11th. A.

Allen. M. J. L. F. Rentoul The afternoon lectures dealt with Latin authors. R. mummy crocodile from ancient Egypt. The year was ended by a Symposium given by a member. L. Williams. Lothian. J. Parkvillc Hon. T. Smith gave us one lecture on " The History in Professor Elliot of Mummification Egypt " and another on " Egypt and the Dawn tion " of Civilisa- " Professor Myi'es lectured on " Who were the Greeks ? and Dr. lectures. Ashby on " The British School at Rome. Commander H. I.: VICTORIA Hon. Stewart and Tacitus by Mr. McK. Sugden showed a " fake " . as well as National Museum. R." The Associa. Ashby. and interest in the Association added very importantly to our programme. on naval duty. Blackwood. Ingram The second year of oixr existence was made memorable by the visit of the British Association." J. H. G. at which about 150 members met. H. E. Williams . Horace by Mr. Aickin.N. Mrs. The President showed a book that had belonged to Porson and was annotated in his hand the Rev. Vergil by Miss S. Lucretius by Dr. Other evening lectures were the President's address on " Classics at the Crossroads. Myres.. Williams. Secretaries 131 : Mr. A regular class in Hieroglyphic has been kept up. Ovid by Miss E. J. South Yarra College. Ulrich. Miss S. which brought to us Professor J. N. These all showed the greatest and Dr. D." Professor Tucker on " ^Eschylus and Shakespeare" and Dr. L. on "An Ancient Egyptian Rubbish-heap. Professor Elliot Smith. but the Branch has suffered lately from the absence of its leading spirit. W. W. Catullus being by the Rev. Merton Hall. Ormoud Miss S. tion cannot be too grateful to these distinguished scholars for their invaluable assistance. Treasurer Mr. treated These lectures have been well appreciated and the experiment of untechnical one-hour lectures at the end of an afternoon has The Egyptian Branch arranged two special an evening among the antiquities in the justified itself. E. Hardy. Albert Miller. E.

Membership has passed 250 and we believe that the Associais firmly grounded and has every prospect of continued tion vitality. P>int^ by Hazel!. called " Iris. H. Dr. a column of Notes and Queries and general items of classical interest. W. It has also decided to pubUsh occasional papers and is beginning with Mr." which gives a resume of past and an announcement of coming lectures. Englaiul. Excellent music was provided and the evening gave an opportunity for social intercom'se among members. on Herodotus of August 1913. U'atson & Viwy. F. Ingram's lecture described a journey in the Troad the anatomy of .. W. Myron's Discobolus . Allen exhibited a piece of papyrus from modern Arethusa. London and Aylesbury. The Association is publishing a monthly news-sheet. Ld.APPENDIX 132 Harvey Sutton discussed and Mr. .

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On Friday. and we were expecting to have a Presidential Address from him at our Annual Meeting. Consequently the Council decided to hold a Business Meeting only. D. Sir Frederic Kenyon.Litt. as to the circumstances in which 5 we meet. At such short notice it would have been no compliment to ask any other person to take the place of the President. the Chairman of Council. January 7tli.. at 4. and he felt quite unable either to complete the The Council preparation of his Address or to attend a meeting.A. And . and considered that under these circumstances it would be useless to try to hold a meeting of the ordinary kind. and it would have been difficult to arrange any programme which should at all act as a substitute for the programme as prepared. HELD IN LONDON. It had been practically arranged that the meeting would be held at the Royal Academy. Gower Street. our President for this year was Sir William Richmond. Up Then our President to a few weeks ago that was our expectation. 1916.30 p. or to discuss such subjects as might naturally be chosen for discussion at an Annual Meeting of " So much this kind. at which the necessary annual business of the year could be transacted. JANUARY 7th.. the Association met in tlie Architectural Theatre of University College. suffered a very grievous loss through the death of his wife in a street accident. which kindly offered hospitality for the occasion. F.C. could only sympathise with this feeling.. but at which there should be no attempt to provide papers of general interest. K. presiding.B./ THIRTEENTH GENERAL MEETING.. The Chairman. and we had every right to look forward to a very interesting meeting.m.B. As you know.—" Before beginning our proceedings I must first say one word about the circumstances in which we meet.

but which really mean that Lady Richmond. met with a swift — and almost painless death a matter not for wailing or That occurrence. we "His that severed a and it is happy married life of not far short in this irreparable loss of desire to express our our President sympathy with him." . and has always taken a deep interest in our utterances and work. election as President of the Classical Association was. by whatever for being disconsolate. he has lost his wife iu circumstances which." Mr. and I will ask Mr. almost on as it does over more than thirty-five years. for I think there must be few in the Association whose friendship with Sir William and Lady Richmond was longer and firmer than my own. Sir William has been a member of the Classical Association. one of civilization. Mackail to do so. at an advanced age. if he was not absolutely one of the original members. It was a recogon our part of the unity of learning and the solidarity of We have had an eminent man of Science. " Our Association has passed through a dozen years of prosperous and. It is a gratification — I dare not say a pleasure —that the Chairman should have placed in my hands on this occasion the duty of moving a vote of condolence. of fifty years. he may be said to have " small Latin[^and less Greek. But it happens by a curious coincidence that this is the second occasion on which we have had to dispense with an Address from — our President for the year owing to a sudden domestic bereave- ment. in the chair . almost from the very first. He is not a According to scholar. nition the most distinguished of our Presidents. name we call it. in the thoughtless and superficial language which we all borrow from journalism. judged by strict and technical criteria. who knows Sir William intimately. are called tragic. we hoped to have had speaking to us from the chair to-day a distinguished representative of Art. the eve of this meeting. I think. such a standard as the Classical Association might be expected to adopt. and in that time has suffered very few misfortunes that can be called grave. the business that first lies before us is that of moving a vote of condolence with our President in the terrible bereave- ment that has befallen him. extending Now. That Resolution can most properly be moved by one of our Vice-Presidents. however.CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 6 now. a mutual honour given and received. I think. Mackail. of useful life.

Miss Brock. add to their number Mr. Preamble Owing to the continued call on the community for individual and collective effort in connexion with the War. Mr. a Committee has been appointed to consider last How best to promote the practical and effective study of Latin in schools where only a limited time can be devoted to " the subject. . to : Watson. but were expressed with a literary skill and grace not common amongst those who are not professed men of letters. not merely of Art but of Classical Literature. Professor Conway and Miss Burstall. and those lectures were not only full of clear thought and high guidance. the normal activities of the Association have been to a certain extent sus- pended. Mr. if The following members form this Committee. and Council has therefore but a brief Report to lay before this meeting. Cradock-WatsorCs Proposals In accordance with the vote passed at the General Meeting January." The vote of condolence was passed unanimously. But what is not so familiar to most of us is Sir William's ability and charm as a lecturer. and of the whole sphere is Classical and field of interests the members included in the term. Professor Slater read the Report of Council. however. all the mem- bers present upstanding. Cradock- necessary. Miss Limebeer. "I need not add more." with power. Parker-Mason.REPORT OF COUNCIL but lie 7 an enthusiastic lover of tlie Classics. for the most part continued their regular work. The Branches have. but I ask you to pass a vote of condolence wath Sir William Richmond on the loss he has suffered. of which an account will be given as usual in the printed Committee to volume consider of the Proceedings. I have had the of landscape the last forty years he has privilege of hearing him lecture to the students of the Royal Academy. Our loss to-day is the greater. of the Association know I dare say the delightful oil many of sketches and architecture which from time to time during made and brought home from Italy and Greece. and of sympathy with him.

summarising the offers that have already been British Academy has invited made by members out last year. At the request and Mr. who took part in a valuable discussion on " National Ideals in relation to Education. S. The Poet in the Forcing-House. P. Educational Conference At the Conference of the Imperial Union of Teachers held in London last July the Association was represented by Professor Conway. E. Phillips Barker and Some Greek and Roman Ideas of a Future : . in response to the appeal sent Meanwhile the the Association to nominate a delegate or delegates to serve on a General Committee which has now been formed with a view to this direction. E. and that thirty life." Life Menibership The Council has received and approved a report from the Finance Committee recommending " that the composition payment of £3 15s. but no further appreciable importance has been possible during the Classical Materials progress of year. two more papers read at Branch Meetings have now been printed and issued to members viz. for new members should be reduced for old members by 2s. Professor Sonnenschein and Miss Stawell. Louvain BooJtS for An interim Report has been received from Mr. payment should carry membership for for every years' . Mr. Harrison. by Mr. co-ordinated national action in of Council." 6(Z. annual payment already made. Harrison Allen have consented to act as delegates of the Association. Cyril Bailey. Occasional Publications In pursuance of the policy previously reported and approved. Life. by Mr.CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 6 Classical Materials The Board Board remains in being.

lately Treasurer of the Association.. and to remind them of the substantial help rendered by the Journals to classical study in this country and beyond it. list country office. and to they can to extend the circulation. a result which. The Journals Board regrets that the circumstances of the year have rendered necessary some economy in the size of the Journals. Seaton recalls cate to Mr. The Report of the Classical Journals Board. to this meeting. Balance Sheet The Balance Sheet for 1914 was published in the last volume The Balance Sheet for 1915 will be submitted of Proceedings. R. A. The sale of the Classical Quarterly has fallen off lesa in proportion than that of the Classical Review. in the present time of . It ventures to hope in particular that mem] -ers of the to all Association who have will feel especially do all 2 the right to subscribe on reduced terms bound to maintain their subscriptions. as adopted by was read by Professor Dobson. Seaton. members who have fallen in the service of their Members are invited to communiCouncil any names that should be entered on the roll. to the Association during his four years' tenure of this The Association has W. A and with gratitude the substantial aid rendered by Mr. Board. the Secretary of the Council. also lost a generous supporter in of is in preparation. Benn. C. that they may of suspend their membership for the duration of the war. the historian of Greek Philosophy.REPORT OF COUNCIL Suspension of Membership for the Duration The Treasurer may lias 9 of the War been instructed to inform members who propose to resign their membership on the ground military duties. the Board regards as not wholly discouraging. But for this and every reason the Board desires to commend members of the Association the claims of the Journals upon their support. in the circumstances of the year. Obituary The Council regrets to report the death of the accomplished scholar Mr. in the circulation of both Journals together and the decrease is about 15 per cent.

The Chairman. C. when and Austria Germany The Board desires the regular work of the Classical access to the periodicals published in rarely possible in this country. . by rotation. is also to point out the value of Review. help of the have secured Cambridge. The Oxford Philological Society is now represented by Professor A. Flamstead Walters. Ridgeway Conway and Mr. These are now doubly feature of that Journal for valuable. C. new its columns provide a classical books). since in editorship after the issue of the volume is happy to which is Gaselee. both to readers who are interested in classical studies without being professional teachers (since regular means of acquaintance with also to teachers. after having rendered valuable service to the Board since its inception. Dobson of Bristol. S. E. The four Editors of the editions Classical Quarterly and the Classical Review have continued their valuable help. of Trinity College. — " You have heard the Report of Council. and the Council has filled the vacancy so caused by nominating Professor C. Clark the Cambridge Philological Society Professor R. Cambridge. I have no intention of making . Mr. Pantin have been re-elected Chairman and Treasurer respectively and Professor J. London. of King's College. in rising to propose its adoption. though the forthcoming number research to record. Mr. W. . The vacancy on the Board caused by the lamented death of Mr. Harrison. The new scheme for this annual volume continues Cyril Bailey. retires In his place the Board shortly to appear. of scholars in neutral countries. and. F. cannot continue his will be somewhat many subjects there has been no To the Board's great regret. and the Board has been glad to leave The Year's Work still in the hands of Mr. Especial attention may be drawn to the success of the by the kind help Editors of the Classical Quarterly in organising. R. Cyril Bailey shorter than usual.CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 10 difficulty. and by supplying discriminating information on new and text-books. is still represented by Professor W. College. an almost complete continuation of the summaries of foreign periodicals which have been a marked many years. to work well. P. Fellow of Magdalene Stephen Mr. F. E. Dobson has . The Honorary Secretary of the Board. Seaton was filled by the nomination of Professor J. been elected Secretary.

or of any feeling on and that is to warn you that the scantiness the part of the Council or of the members of the Association that these objects have ceased to be of importance. Then our work of look forward to the restoration of peace holding up a particular ideal of civilization and of culture will be carried forward with quite undiminished and. to the notice of all people we should not let our spiritual and submerged or forgotten in the material That is one point I preoccupations and of the war. " With regard to the actual activities of the Association. one thing I 11 should like to say. increased enthusiasm. of this intellectual and the country at large. war. when the cause of civilization shall have been vindicated and put. a home . I hope. with the necessarily small attendance of members. — — One war is be submerged by any other rival type of civilization or culture. however. is a large part of the ideal of civilization to our minds. all must through this I think this important.REPORT OF COUNCIL Tliere a speecli. which this Association represents. interests to bring it Association members the make. is. as we hope. that intellectual. on an established basis for generations to come. put it any lower than that. as far as in us which lies behind the whole of our military activity and we and the part which we take in this European War spiritual ideal . We ought to remind ourselves and lies. is the cause of civilization . It is necessary to remind ourselves that the ideals of this Association continue to be of quite undiminished value period of war and general stress. of our meeting and programme. and to beg of to wish intellectual ideals be to all with whom they may come in contact. and that we are fighting. is not to be taken as any sign of a slackening of interest in the objects for which this Association exists. not for material questions of territorial I do not care to acquisition and the like. but for civilization. which includes the should be emphasized and brought as far as possible . not merely because at such a time educational matters are likely to be submerged in the general interest in the war and preoccupation with but for the very reason which has brought us into this perhaps our principal claim in this of our claims that we stand for a type of civilization which should not it. The cause for which we are fighting and the cause of classical education. I am sure that it is of vital importance to the country that the spiritual side.

of the intellect. Association . interests most is very creditable. issued. life of the Association some material and for as giving to the thought which members is not out Three have already been of place even during this time of war. past year and a half of war and I am so during the sure with the best effects. it would indeed be a war of extinction. should drop our interest in matters and Branches of the Association will be doing valuable work they continue their activity in their There is no reason if why we own pro- vinces. during the prevailing circumstances of activity which." move Mr. Not very long ago there was no Classical and the contrast between then and now makes one realize how valuable are the opportunities which the Association offers of bringing together people who are studying the same subjects. precious of the objects for which we are among the If we are fighting.this Association is an affirmation that there has A large been a past and that that past has been interesting. of which several are now under consideration They are regarded as deals with them. and I feel sure that members will be glad to receive more of these during the year to come. by the Committee which signs of the of the Association.—" S. " Also we hope that the various Branches will continue their activity in their own They have done centres. it is hoped to issue at the same time one of those occasional publications which have been adopted as part of the policy of the (since there will and Association. But what weighs with me most is that the mere existence of . "I the adoption of the Report. part of the world is scarcely aware that there has-been a past . P. Allen. even They in these times of stress. I think with the general approbation of the members of the Association.CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 12 summary lias been notting to add to the Volume laid before It it. of Proceedings you may in the I Report and I Lave be wortb mentioning that as will necessarily be a meagre one be no Presidential Address to include in it). in the I should like to support what Sir of maintaining educational importance Frederic has said on the past year. I feci much honoured in being allowed It shows a degree to second the adoption of the Council's Report. prosecuted the war with such vehemence and for so long a time that in the end our civilization perished.

whether we and Rome mean practically nothing to a large proportion of the inhabitants even of Europe and yet to Greece and Rome elements of the West. and had descended through the system to modern Europe. Roman municipal The Prussian kingdom alone had stood for fifteen centuries almost wholly outside the Graeco- Roman Europe and the calamities on these arrears of education. Cameroons outside their can be so of the things now above If this ? is it is distant countries. which was the real cause of the war. It sets is of up a and its meetings are a numbers of us who want to know. what the present Since the beginning of this war ignorance enough. declaration that there are Professor Conway supported the plea for the steady continua- tion of the regular meetings of the Branches of the Association during the war. Like the birds. own mean village or who have never been —that impalpable of the past bountiful yet inevitable.at I all. has come to one person to learn that her England What do the names of or Mexico. Freedom in the sense of free government was an invention pf the Greeks. they are obliged to be so busy seeking their food. The military autocracy of the Prussian system of government. and pointed out the importance of maintaining unimpaired the ideal side of education from which this country and the whole of Western Europe had learnt what freedom was.' ' always upon us. Russia or the to people town the horizon. which and about which interest all . go back some of the most vital men ought standard towards which we must aim to know. REPORT OF COUNCIL 13 do not mean a past of a few years. that there is no called as to the time for other thoughts to enter there is Even about in. of to-day were the toll paid barian traditions unmodified by Graeco-Roman culture. experience of their parents doubt I if any of us here are in a position to gauge the abysmal ignorance of men many who are meaning of the past. The Report was then adopted unanimously and the Chair- . is of Greece dead hand. which will or no ? The names an it island." . came straight down from barcivilization of the rest of . The most un- thinking must be cognizant of the existence of the last generation and remember fragments of the But and other elder persons. So it is a valuable thing to have a Society which states that there was a classical past. and that the things we seek are worth seeking.

— CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 14 man on the Hon. amount to £334 entrance Interest on investments fees are £4 155. The total expenditure of the year is £360. £13 lOs. Mackail. I do not know that this number in arrear for the current year. for which we are mainly indebted to the activity of the Leeds and Cardiff Branches. year only is — partly postage. ' Two . — " At annual State- his the last General Meeting our warned the Association that the war would almost certainly have an adverse efiect on our memberThis forecast has proved true as ship and financial position. As regards available for the purpose convertible. — receipts last year were £394 this year they are £364. Treasurer to make called ment. but I think we must take it that not a few of these intend to allow their membership to lapse. Williamson. issuing of two pamphlets instead last of one responsible for the other increased item of expenditure £18. items of expenditure show a slight Occasional Publications ' this year cost but this year two were published. The total late Treasurer. compared with £422 last year. The number of new members is 58 a very good entry for war time. against £11 in 1915. and we are able to carry forward a balance increased from £66 to £70. Mr. resignation and other causes. which has advanced by £4 15s. The subscriptions. has lost. is above the average. Seaton. including Libraries and Life-membership composition fees." of the General Meeting. Of the resignations a number are for the period A further 134 members were on December 18th of the war only. altogether 123 members. During the year 1915 the Association regards membership. This item is likely to show an upward tendency in the next year or two. — . H. Mr. Saving has been efTected mainly in the follow£18 on Proceedings. " This loss of income the Council have been able to meet by certain economies. not the whole investments to purchase with it Exchequer Bonds. on the expenses ing particulars : and £28 on railway fares of the Council and Committees. the : £13 The . shows a slight falling off £25 as compared with £28.. through death. It is a matter . owing to the higher revenue charges. — " It accounts were only may made up be of interest to know that the to December 18th such part of our invested capital as such of our capital as we propose is is last. Mr. increase last year one.

I will be full of wise thoughts and counsel for the present do not think we could have done better in the way of a President to represent the Classical Association at a time of war. " In seconding this proposal I wish. our Association could have no better spokesman than Viscount . a balance 15 — " There has been no overdraft . but time. which is the place where we may possibly meet next year. " W^hether in peace or in war. The Chairman. H. when public interests and He in our thoughts. " part of tlie year ? and of giving a certain amount all of help to — " Was our account overdrawn during some Mr. on behalf of our Branch and of our University authorities. with a reputation in America which has made familiar to everybody his excellence as a public in former days. proposing Lord Bryce as our And I should add that there are Lord Bryce with Leeds. have a large number of small subscriptions. classical culture and will life are so much to the front be able to combine a knowledge of of literary and intellectual civilization in general with experience in public aSairs and public "I have much pleasure in life. will The Council have succeeded Lord Bryce. Williamson.) special reasons connecting — follow the restoration of peace. in obtaining a favourable answer to an invitation to Bryce for such a position. the Presi- I think." The Statement was then adopted." — The Chairman. we had the time. commend — " The I first officer to be elected is have a proposal to make which. (Applause. " The Bank charge is for keeping the account. a distinguished historian late We may look forward with confidence to speaker. and the Treasurer was con- We gratulated on having increased the balance. being a distinguished scholar himself and statesman. whether at Leeds or elsewhere. a presidential address which will not only be a contribution to literature in itself. dent for 1916.THE TREASURER'S REPORT of national prudence tiie country. to express the hope that the Association may be able to hold its next Annual Meeting at Leeds amid the rejoicings that will next President. and our Ambassador in America." Professor Rhys Roberts." Professor Dobson. There can be no two opinions as to the suitability of Lord itself to the members.

some twenty years ago. by the quiet. land. as President for the comiug year . although his written sometimes tortuous paths of law. speeches and official reports how his deep sense of law and of orderly historical 80 development has been outraged by the shameless breaking of solemn pacts between nation and nation. see also that the spirit within him has been braced to the utmost by a quiet. unconquerable determination (free from all bluster and from any unwise attempt to decry what is strong and good in our chief adversary of the moment)." The election of Lord Bryce was carried with acclamation. at Oxford with the faintest breath of words about spoken and field of education. to the lasting who. still . in time of war we see from his pamphlets. Canada to the Andes. And. unconquerable determination of one long past the usual term as ever in forces other cause to-day and is of mortal man shall prevail. An equal knowledge of men— much of it gained in the and politics— does his younger days studies of not seem to have tainted the humane As regards the cynicism. and how his heart is anguished by the sufl"erings of the weak and innocent in Belgium But we and Armenia. from the plants and flowers found among the hills and glens of Arran to the rocks and snows that crown the heights of traveller face of nature from Ararat. A he has observed the and a learner throughout his life. . diplomacy education are but a fragment in the great mass of his various and prolonged activities. when believes as firmly knows that his country's and holds that right must gain of Germany and every other than material the cause of life. practical step has more no maintenance of international peace ever been taken than those several provisions for arbitration between Great Britain and the United States which he has done much to shape and to confirm by use. finally. I cannot deny myself the local and personal satisfaction of recalling gratefully how much help was drawn from his published estimates of the strong points in modern German and American Universities when the University Towards the of Wales was founded. from Australia to Cape Town. none whose knowledge is and sympathy with humanity are broader.— CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION 16 Bryce : none whose judgment of the world sounder. letters. " I beg to second the proposal.

and we propose that their places shall be taken by Miss Mudie-Cooke. Stephen Gaselee." The motion was seconded by Miss Gavin and carried unani- mously. —" beg to propose that Mr. who has already done good work for the Association as a member Mr. I not been able to attend this meeting. Ure. Sir the keenest disappointment to 17 list of Vice- William Rich- me and every one here that we have not had the benefit of making his acquaintance. Headmaster of Hackney ential member Downs School and Hon. who. Reading. a far larger audience. owing to Mr. and it has been at a considerable sacrifice to himself 8 .' ' that means. Duke's engagements elsewhere. have shown of the Association As a former officer in times Their motto. Duke and Professor Slater Hon. Headmaster of Westminster. of peace I know what been not merely usual. Professor of the Classical Materials Committee . Williamson be re-elected Hon. mostly on Professor Slater.ELECTION OF OFFICERS Professor Dobson. Secretaries. how their respective reports efficiently they have carried on the work in times of exceptional difficulty. will help to keep us in close touch with that distinguished Dr. Caspari. who has attained some repute as an archaeologist by the results of his excavations at Rhitsona. Mr. Gow. Fellow and Magdalene College. knowing him so well as we do by reputation and from his works. "Five members of Council are retiring by rotation. P. Secretary of the Incorporated Associa. Mr. Treasurer of the Association. " Most valuable work has been done by the The Secretary's duties have fallen Secretaries and Treasurer. It is name —" I move that we add to tlie of the retiring President. and Mr. has Business as usual. of Classics in University College. should be an influ- body. who has been tion of Headmasters Librarian of . being overwhelmed with The other two by work. both on personal grounds and owing to his position. and who.' but ' Business better than " — The Chairman. as a member of the Council of the Hellenic Society. Cambridge. Had he been present he would have attracted and in every respect this meeting would have been more satis- factory. however. appointed to edit The Year's Work for 1916. Presidents the mond. N. and Mr. Duke unfortunately has Mr. Jenkyn Thomas.

Williamson for his businesslike conduct of the financial affairs of the Association.18 CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION that he has carried them on. and the meeting minated." The motion was then put and carried. ter- . The Council are greatly indebted to him for doing it and to Mr.

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D....D.S.B.R.L.B.D. R.Litt... the Earl of Cromer.. Asquith. The Right Hon.D. D. Professor William Ridqeway. 1911..D.B.D. M. D..R. The Right Hon.S.A.D..C. Sir Archibald Geikie.D.D.. 24 . Cambridge. K.C.FORMER PRESIDENTS OF THE ASSOCIATION 1904. LL.C.D. 1908. Sir R. D. Sir W. K.. H. Lord Curzon of Kedleston. F.C. Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Cambridge. F.D.LE.C. The Right Hon. LL. M.. 1906.L.. The Right Reverend Edward Lee Hicks. Richmond. Master of Trinity College.B. Prime Minister. H. K. K... O.C. Lord Chancellor. S.L. Director of the British Museum.. Esq.L. 1914. D. D. F. Litt.P. 1909. 1915..D. LL. Sc.P.S.. D..S. LL...A.B.. G. 1910..M... Collins. Master of the Rolls. The Right Hon. the Earl of Halsbury.. Sir Frederic Kenyon.. F. Butcher. M. 1906.C. LL.C.B. D.C... D. The Right Hon.L. H.C. G. B. D.. The Very Reverend Henry Montagu Butler.L.. 1913. President of the Royal Society. Disney Professor of Archaeology. 1907. H.Litt.L.. 1912.C.I.C. D.C.A.L.A..C. G. Ph. Litt.D. LL.C.. K.

B.C. D.R. G. F.D... Lincoln.C.B... D.. Sir Archibald Geikie. Lord Bishop of Oxford. The Right Hon.. S. H. VICE-PRESIDENTS The Right Hon. B. Henry Montagu Butler.G.B. Manchester..D. Gardner Hale. Professor Henry Jackson. Ph.L..C.D. Litt. New G.I. LL. D. K.D.C. M. The Right Hon.R. 4 25 .S.. The University.C... LL.A. LL. D.M.C. D. Conway. F. Professor F. K. Cambridge. K. M.. O.C.D. O..D. The Right Rev. D. P.L.D. O. H.. G.. LL. LL. F. D.A.. Viscount Bryce... F.. Lord Bishop of .A. The Right Hon..D. Asquith..A. F. LL.R.D.. LL.C.L.C. Chief Justice of South Wales. Kenyon. D. Haverfield.A.C. Litt. F..L.. F.D. the Earl of Cromer.D. Professor W.OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR 1916 PRESIDENT The Eight Hon..D. D. The Hon.S.A.I.D. Cullen.M. Director of the British Museum.R. Master of Trinity College. Charles Gore. P.. Earl Curzon of Kedleston.. K. Finlay.B. Cambridge.C. LL.L.E.S. F.. Cosmo Gordon Lang.C.P.L. The Right Hon. D. and Most Rev. Professor R...B.C.D.B.... Sir R. the Earl of Halsbury.D.. The Right Rev. LL... D. Chicago.B.Litt..B.D..D. The Rev. D.C. The Right Hon.I.S. Sir Frederic G. Lord Archbishop of York... Sir W..Litt.S. G.C.R.M. D.M.CS.L..S.L.C. LL. F. K. Edward Lee Hicks. D. Oxford.

Litt. .. Oxford.Litt. Hon.. Westminster.. M. Litt.C. University College. A. M. Litt. Justice Phillimore. Professor W. The Rev... LL. Professor W.A.D.B.A..D. Stephen Gaselee. Professor E..B. Lorimer.. Professor H..B. Poynter.V.W.D. LL.. Cambridge. Esq. Warden of Trinity College. Brock.. J.C.C. F. London... Birmingham.D. D. D. Adelaide. President of Magdalen College. F.. Litt. Crosby.C..D.C. Leeds. Litt..A. New- castle-upon-Tyne.. The Hon.. Bart. LL. Somerville College. G. MA. Allen. Sir W.. Esq. O. D. Miss M.B.. Mudie Cooke. D.. S.D. Rhys Roberts. Maunde Thompson. Corpus Christi College. Esq. Oxford. Caspari.D.Litt..A. City of London School for Girls. Oxford. Bart.L. D.C. J.. MA. K. Oxford. Cambridge. Esq.S. Sc.. Viscount Morley of Blackburn. Sir Edward J. D.. W. G. LL.D..G... P. Esq. Wight Duff.C. 0.D. M.. LL.D. D.A. Armstrong College.C. The Right Hon. R..L. H. London.. M. Cambridge. Darnley Naylor.. Magdalene College.B.A. Strudwick. W. Hyde Park. D. J.B. S..D. Professor Gilbert Murray. R. W. F.. K. Ridgeway..A. F. . D. President of the Royal Academy.D.D. Mr. Merton College. Livingstone. B. Oxford. T.R.M.L. Professor Sir Herbert Warren.. F. D. J. LL.M....D. B. Litt. Leeper.L. Mackail.D. Dean's Yard. Earl Loreburn. Esq. The University.C.. Miss E. MacGregor. Professor J.APPENDIX 2« Alex..A. Esq. 3. Bedford College.L.. M. D.A. Sir E.. Porchester Terrace. Mel- bourne University. Right The LL.L.O. F. M. COUNCIL P. Esq.. Ceadock-Watson...C. King Edward VL High School for Girls. Liverpool. Merchant Taylors' School. Gow. Birmingham. Miss H.A. King's College. M. M. LL. Postgate.A.BA. L. Richmond. 19. Esq.. Sonnenschein. Sheppard.. Litt. B. M.C..L.. Professor J. Miss P.A.

. Esq. 46. M. : Postgate.. Representing the Classical Association of New South Wales : E.D. Litt. SECRETARIES * W.. Stawell. Duke. N. M. Reading. HON. Manchester.W. N.. A. Williamson. TREASURER H. Cambridge. * In the temporary absence of Mr. Esq.A.. Professor P. . Jbnkyn Thomas. Pendleton.. College. Chalcot Gardens.. P. University College. Hackney Downs School. R.. Park Road. 4. Slater. 27 M. correspondence during the current year should be addressed to Professor Slater. Garnsey.: OFFICERS W. N.A.A. London. HON.E. Representing the Classical Association of Victoria Miss F. Esq. M. M.B. M. B.. Jesus Professor D.A.. Clapton.A. Representing the Classical Association of South Australia Professor J. H.A. Duke. Esq. Liverpool. Ure. F..A.

shall have control of the funds of the Association. and in particular : To impress (a) studies to upon public opinion the claim of such an eminent place in the national scheme of education teaching by fre« (b) To improve the (c) and methods To encourage investigation and call attention practice of classical discussion of its scope to new friendly intercourse and discoveries (d) To create opportunities co-operation among for all lovers of classical learning in this country. The name 1910. The Council upon due at every meeting of 6. and ordinary Members. Vice-Presidents.. January Uth. . January 9th. meet as often as it may deem necessary by the Secretaries to each member. October lOth. Adopted at the Amended 1908. and. The officers of the Association shall be members thereof. the Council. The Council shall be entrusted with the general administra- tion of the affairs of the Association. The Association shall consist of a President. May 2%th. a Council of fifteen members besides the Officers. subject to direction of any special a General Meeting." 2. 1912. the Association shall of and January be "The I3th. two Secretaries. shall notice issued It shall be within the competence of the Council to 28 make . Classical Association. 1906. . A Treasurer. 4. 1. 1914. 5. EULES first General Meeting of the Association. and the Council five shall form a quorum. 1904 at the General Meetings of January 5th. The objects of the Association are to promote the development and maintain the well-being of classical studies.— . and shall be ex-ojicio members of 3.

and on retirement shall not be eligible for re-election until after the lapse of one year. shall be elected for one year. 7. and shall not be eligible for re-election until after the lapse of five years. 14. The General Meeting of the Association shall be held annually in some city or town of England or Wales which is the seat of a University. The Council shall make all necessary arrangements for the conduct of the General Meeting. Any member who may desire to propose a resolution or to read a paper at the General Meeting shall give notice accord- ingly to one of the Secretaries at least six weeks before the Notice of resolutions sent in under this Rule shall be circulated to Members together with the names date of the Meeting. For the purpose of establishing a rotation the Council shall. The President 9. The Election of the Officers and Council at the General Meeting shall be by a majority of the votes of those present. of the Council shall be elected for three years. or at any place within the limits of the British Empire which has been recommended by a special resolution of the Council . of the respective proposers. 16. 13. the place to be selected at the previous General Meeting. Secretaries. and Council shall be elected at the General Meeting. the Chairman to have a casting vote. Secretaries shall be elected for one year. provide that one-thii-d of its original members shall retire in the year 1905 and one-third in 1906. but shall be eligible for re-election. but vacancies occurring in the course of the year may be filled up temporarily by the Council.RULES 29 rules for its own procedure. shall also have power to bring before the General Meeting without all business which it considers urgent. and in particular shall prepare It the list of agenda and determine what papers shall be read. of the Association shall be open to all persons who are in sympathy with its objects. the Chairman to have a casting vote. Members 11. Vice-Presidents. the Treasurer. 12. The 8. There shall be an entrance fee of 5s. The annual sub- of either sex . notwithstanding. previous notice 13a. and the 10. Treasurer. Ordinary members shall be elected by the Council. President. pi'ovided always that questions before the Council shall be determined by a majority of votes. The Vice-Presidents. Membership 15.

office of any body so associated shall be a Vice-President of the Classical But the members of the associated body shall not be deemed to be members of the Classical Association. The provisions of Rules 8. and 16 shall not apply to the Vice-Presidents created under this rule. The Council shall have power to remove by vote any member's name from the list of the Association. of any body so associated is If the President unable to attend the meetings of Council. subscribe by an annual payment of 5s. Classical Association shall other bodies having like objects with relations with payable by any such body and the privileges to be enjoyed by its members. nor shall they have any of the rights or privileges of members beyond such as they shall enjoy through the operation of this rule. 18. The have power to enter into its own. 17. 10. Alterations in the to each member at least a fortnight before the date of such meeting. Libraries without entrance any year may members of January in elected during th© shall count for the ensuing year. upon notice given by a Secretary 19. 12. The Council shall in each case determine the contribution 20. each year. of Council beyond . fee. upon their application to the Council and by vote of the same. subsci'iptions of last of 16a. Rules of the Association shall be made by vote at a General Meeting. may compound for all future subscriptions by the payment in a single sum of fifteen annual subscriptions. the Council shall have power to invite that body to nominate a representative to serve for a limited period (not exceeding one year) as an additional the number 15 mentioned in Rule member 3. Members who have paid the entrance fee of 5s.APPENDIX so scription shall be The three months payable and due on the 1st 5s.. The President during his term of Association.

Rev. Oxford..A.A.... *Alder.A. W. Abel... Edgbaston.A. Allen. Cambridge. Dorset.. This the list is Association. Abrahams. Sherborne.. Adam. H.. AiLiNGER.A. Inglis Road.B... Merton College. G. S. Jesus College.. S. Cambridge. Francis Road.. Abbott. Park Road. P. Adcock.. Gloucester Gardens..W. M. Barnstaple.. 84. M. T. .S. Oxford.D.. V.. Allen.. Antrim. Rrof.. LL. B. Shrewsbury. R. E.. Agar.A.. Miss M. S. Manchester. Sir T. B.. M. Clyde Road. Alington. 21. S. Abbott. AiNSLiE. Williamson. Bishop's Road. 65. 11. 13. M. West Didsbury. D.J. S. W. Miss E.. Vale..A. M. Andrews. K.. B.R. Maida W. E. Abernethy. Adams.A.. W. whose names an asterisk is prefixed are Life Members. M. Ealing Common. E. N. F. Miss G. Miss E. Barton Road. Adams. E. M. Portsdown Road..A. A. N. M. B. Bombay. Dervock. Esq. Miss M. School House. Clapham High School... •Allen. A.. Miss H.A.C. M. The Members to toith a view to corrections in the next jjublished list. A. 180. St.A. M. 51. Radegund's.Z..NAMES AND ADDRESSES OE MEMBERS • compiled from information furnished by Members of and Members are requested to be so kind as to send immediate 7u>tice of any PERMANENT CHANGE in their addresses toB. T.A. Xavier's College. Birmingham. Miss A. 31 St. Dunedin. Cambridge. M. St.G.. Mrs. King's College. Co...B.. Greenhill. T. Bishopshall West. Clifford. M.. Cambridge. 46. Affleck. *Alford. Lisconnan. Pendleton. Allbutt. Queen's College. M. Rev. C. Manchester. L. The Grammar School.A.. Otago University. M.D. Aldersgate Street.

C. Appleton. I.. •AsHBY. Miss D. Prof. Egerton Hall.B.. Burghfield Common.C.W. Bev.. •Anderson.. Anderson.P. M. Warwick. Bucks. Arnold. Heath Park Avenue. Cranleigh School. Carlisle. 9. Alton. Oxford..C. W. C.. N. Ven.. Heycroft. M. F. Marlborough College.D. King Edward's High School for Girls. Sheffield. Armitage. Yorks.A. M.. F.D. M. W. Junr. B. AsHWiN.. Vice-Principal. M. Si7' R. K.A. Hon. G. H. R. B.A.A. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Wilts. LL. H. G. Anderson....... Hertslets. Miss H. High Wycombe.. 58. Oxford. Armstead.S. W.... C. Trinity College. G. A. M. Dublin. My ton. 57. F. 3Iiss E. Allwood... C. 18. B. M. New Street.. K. N. Anderton. Scaleby Hall. A. Liverpool College. Y. Cheshire.. B. S. M. Almond. . Sutton-on-Hull. Argles. Antrobus. B.APPENDIX 82 Allen.A.. M..R... B. E.. F. Arnison.A. •Ashton.. The College. •Arnold. N. Lee-on-theSolent.. AsQuiTH. H. Miss E.M..C.. Victoria Park. Sir R.A. A. Mrs. Mortimer. Brackley. E. F.. Wright. Ladbroke Square.. J. K. Surrey. Rome.C. L. The University. M. Cardiff.A. 20.. Althaus. llopton Road. Hermit's Hill.S. Streatham. A. Miss A.. Claygate. E. Cranley Gardens. 13. Elphinstone College.. Antrobus. M. Trinity Hall. Atkinson..A. Noith Wales. H.. W. Hants. Bangor. Anderson. Scarborough. Bryndedwydd.A. Cavendish Square. Christ Church. Witham Lane.C. J. Strathray Gardens. V... Berks.. Surrey. 2. Neville. West Didsbury. Allison.A. F. Pupil Teachers' Centre.. Esplanade.A.. M... Liverpool. Bombay. M. M. J. AsHBEE.G.L.. M. Manchester. G. Rt... The University. AsHFORD..W. L.. Manchester. Apperson. Miss M. Lancashire. C. M. Birmingham. Cambridge. D. Angus. N. L.. Bryn Seiriol. V. Magdalen College School.W. M. 4.C.W.. 37. AsHTON. Miss D. Hampstead. F.A. T. R. Liscard. S. Prof. Cambridge. Public Library.A. British School. •Atkinson. 19. J. Archibald... S. Archdeacon W. Lady Margaret Hall. Edinburgh House School.A. Anderson. Manchester. Perse School. M. Angus. Royal Grammar School.T.A.A.. J.A. Litt.. B.. Miss E. Huyton. T. Clifton Hill. •Atkey..

.. E. Badley. Barker. T.. Charing. 164. Hon. Bloomsbury Square. Hanworth Road. Eccles Old Manchester. M. Richmond Road. Rt. M. Stradsett Hall. 5 Bredcroft.. M. 40. Gerald.. 34. Road. E. H. Canada. Miss G.C. D. Bailey. Hill.. H.. S. G.. Kent. Road. Miss M. B..C.. Bampfylde..A. Stourport. Principal. W.A.W. Pendleton. Athenaeum Club. Bagqe.. Guysclift'o.A. M.A. Reading. Oxford.. Camp Birmingham. A. 164. Baillie. Nottingham. I. W. J. Stamford. M. Balfour.A. Frof. Miss L.. Baldwin. M. Griudlay k Co. The University. M.W.S.W. King Edward VI.. M.A.. ll. Hounslow. Barber.A.A. S..C.. Windsor. Kent... Queen's Gate Gardens. Baker.. Manchester.. P. Norfolk. Olton. Bromley.W. B. Eton College. Petersfield. B. Woodborough Road. A. 201. 42. York Mansions. W. B.. Grammar School. B. Canon P.... M. 426.. M. Barlee. ff. Baker. M.. B. B. Pendleton. Barlow. Bernard's Road. F. Miss E. T. Hellenic Society. Prof..A.A. 60. London. S. White House. W. St. Mias H. Ball.. D. E. Ross.A. Hardwicke Court.Sc. M.W.. S.A.A. S. H. S. A. Lloyd.. Eccleston Street. Barber. Hon. J. J.. Ball. Gloucester. Leeds.. Balliol College.A. B A.A. B.. C. Saxe Coburg Street. Barnard.Chantrey House. Mrs. Barker.. B. Barke. E. John's Vicarage. M.. St. Baker-Penoyre. AuDEN. M. 54. J. M. M. M.. Bailey. M. Austen-Leigh.A.. c/o Messrs.A. E. MA. S.A. B. Astley Hall. M.. Ball. Bedales School. Barker.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 85 Atkinson. G. Miss E. P. Rt.A. Barker. Merchant Taylors' School. Cyril. 19.. E. 12.. . The Mount School. St. Oxford. Birmingham. G. Barkby. M. C. Exeter College.P.. D. Upper Canada College. M. K. Hants. W. Leicester. Miss K... Battersea. Norland Square. H. Eccles Old Barlow. Montcalm. M. Queen Anne's Gate.. J. University Cellege. Lincolnshire. a. Barker. Toronto. F. Cardiff... York. Ross.P. Oxford. John's College.. Parliament Street. Barker. C. Tievor.A. Rev. Baines...A. Downham Market.

. E. Beeching. Whitehall.. M. Birmingham. R. E. I. 1737. M.P. J. Brighton. Rev. V. Cambridge. M. B.. B. H. I. Barnes. Barry.. D. Baxter.D. a. M. M. P. F.A. Beck. B. Birmingham. The Deanery..APPENDIX 34 Barnard.W. Miss F.A. p. Prof. Barrows. H.. Ilazcldene. Magdalen College. Baugh. Wavertree.. Beaumont. C.. Rev. Hayes. Oriel College. Herts. High Court. Liverpool. Crediton...A.A. H. Bate. S.. Imperial Service College.A.. M. Benger.D. Belcher. Bradford.. 22. Bombay. *Beare.. Greyfriars. M. LL. Rev. King's School.A. B. Sind.... J. M. Miss J. Dudley Road.S. Sir J. Canon E.. Edward.. Tring. M. Ripon. E.O.A. W. New Street. Malvern P. Rev. M. A. D.A. M. Merchiston Castle School. Bramley Rectory. M. Cambridge Street..A. Rev.S. *Bell. Bart. F. M. Yorks... M.S. 4. Peterborough. J. Beasley. Belcher. Dublin. Miss M.. S. Portugal Street.. (War Service). Rev. High School. C. Baskerville.. High School.A.. M. Edinburgh.C.A. Barton. p... Barran. *Beckwith. Cambridge. G. B. Thornfield. Batchelor.A. B.. 4. Cambridge. Beggs.A. W. Rev.. Weston-super-Mare. H. King's Road. York House. Mass. H. I.. Miss E. Lensfield Barrett. Trinity College.A. Middlesex. Road. T. London. King's College.. Beaven. Scroope Terrace.. M. B.. Wimbledon. 25a. . Oxford. M.. Larkana. W.A. Battiscombe. Edgbaston. L. York. Jamaica. Sefton Park.. C.. T.. Tunbridge Wells. M. W. Sawley Hall. U... M.C. Milverton.A. Alexandra Drive. Swansea. a. M. Basingstoke. H. Barnett.C. Baynes. Belcher. Rev. The Hon.A. FiteWalters. Behrens.. H. E. J. The College. Miss E. Board of Education.A. Bulbourne... Hayes. 16. B. M.. M. R. ProJ. W. N.. M. Sir S. Barney..A. A. Prince Alfred Road.D. M. Windsor. Leamington. Bell. Beasley.A. Wakefield. Wheatsheaf Road. N. Miss L.'s High School for Girls.A. *Benecke. 42....A. Murray. S. Bell... Bell.C.A. Northwood... Peter's School... W. M.W.. Very Rev. School House.. M. Miss H. E.. 10. Hampton School.. Liverpool. Oxford. H.A. St. King Edward YI. Norwich. S. Eastwood.

. C. Liverpool. Worcestershire. F.. Devonshire Road. 22. Blundell.. N... Bennett.. The School. Vanburgh Park. Dover Street.. near Leeds. M. Binney. E. B.. Brisbane.C. Bolus. Nottingham. Sussex. M. 0. Canon E. Berks. Hulme Grammar School for Girls.. Longridge Road.. B. BosANQUET. Bland. Miss E. Nalder Hill House. I. Biggs.. M. W. Bennett. Berridge.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Benn. Bowen. B.. Florence. 84. Bernard.A. M.. Blackwood. J.. S. *Blagden. Boddington.. Worthing.A. Priory Road. 1. Bingham. B... Oldham. Beckenham. H. The University. 54. Bishop of.D. The High School. J.. Waldeck Road. R. Aberystwyth. F. H. A. Aberystwyth. C. Middleton Grange. C...A.D. . Windsor.. 3. Oxford. Rev.A. Winchester. BowLBY... 7. Magdalene College. B. Grammar School. M. C. Rev.. M.. D. 53. J. B. M. E.. C. *Bevan. BiBBY. Blackett. Blunt... Cumballa Hill. M. C. Lismore Place.A.A. Bowring. Wimborne. Bombay. 35 San Gervasio. India. H. Rev.A... York. M. N. F. E.. Bousfield. Newbury. B.. C. Botting. Bottomley-Smith. Blakiston. The Priory. Upper Riccarton. E. Rev..A. Cranmer Road. Bombay. M. Miss W. Mrs. E. Lancing College.. *Bensly. E. The Knoll. Cambridge. Edmund's School. B. 57. Bloxam. N. H. Principal. Cambridge.. Rt. Durham.A. R. G. See Knaresborough.A. Moortown. M. A. Rev. A. H. B. Windsor.. New Zealand. Gr. High Hall. H.D. Miss E. A. Collector's Office.A. Billson. Eton College. Carlisle. Boas. BoWEN.. Moston. C. Poena. Prof.W.... M. Benton. Eton College. Blomfield. P. W. Oscar Street. S. C. Perham Road. Dorset. M. E. Leeds.. Miss F. Hampstead Square. Micklegate. von B. nr.. XXth Century Club. Notting Hill. The University College.A..A. County High School for Girls. B. M... W.A. Kew. W. Rev. Rt. Queensland. C. BoTWOOD. (No address).A. 51.W. a. Mrs. S. Rev. Pershore. T. Prof. 21. Earl's Court. Rev. Canterbury. Steyne School. M.. LL.A. Miss S.A. Oxford. Bethune-Baker. H.. E.. West Kensington..E. S. H. the Lord Bishop of. Martyrworthy. 23. F. E. Rev.A. Manchester.. B.A. Blackheath. M..... J. 24. W. Bevan. Miss A. M. C. I. St.S. p. E.A. Rawdon College.. Staverton Road.A.. B. Manchester. M..A.A. *Bernays. B. II Cillegio.. Benson.. A. Blackett. Christ Church.A. J..

Rev. H. Dorset Road. Windsor.. St... Broom.S. Eastbourne. H. B. Brightman. Miss M. Bexhill-on-Sea... Brice-Smith. M.A. Liverpool. C.C... A. M..A. Brown. Bramston. E. M. G. St. M.. Manchester. Tue Brook. Godhra. Cathedral School. Hopelands. Brooke. A. Clifton.. C. A. Dublin. J... Richmond Mount. Pentyrch. F. M. Miss.A. Liver- Brigg. W. M. Bridge. Carfax. D. M. Panch Mahals. C. Pewsey. B. C. St.A. M. pool. Eton College. 37.C.A. Brown. R. I. F. M. Oxford.A. 5. G.A. M. Charing Cross. Brennax. Rev. Llandaff. Leeds. F... Stone Buildings. L. Edgbaston... Prof.. Branfoot.A.A. G. Monmouth.A.. LL.. India.C.A. Taly-coed. Liveipool Institute..A. B. Bramley. Joseph. The Castle... Manchester. Wellington. Broadbent.A. Brooks.. Miss T.S. Browne. Browne. Rev. W. St. J. Bridge. Braham. H. C. Broadbent. Magdalen College.W. Keighley. J. Fenay Hall.A.A..APPENDIX 86 Boycott..A. M. Bristol. S. University College. Rqv.C. Sind. Liv^erpool. Liverpool. L.. Eton College.A.. G. M. Wheeley's Road. R... Scarsdale Villas. M. Winchester. Birmingham.. Andrew's School.A... May Bank. Nicholas. Brockman. Miss L. Aigburth. Larkana.. Headingley. Prof.. Brinton. 8.. The "University. Withington. Rev. Brown. Liverpool. M. M. Chief Secretary's Office..A. M.. T.A. Brooks. M. New College. M.S.. Woodhead 44. Wilts. A. Rankine. H. Cardiff. Lincoln's Inn.. Rev. Enford Vicarage. J.A. Stonehouse. M. M. D. Huddcrsfield.B. Dunwood House. Fairfield. Bradley.. Browning.. D. K. 13. T... Michael's Hamlet. W. Nr. Brown. J. B. ..A.A.. Theodore. *Braunholtz. Windsor. Dublin. M. Victoria University College.. Bombay Presidency. J. New Zealand. (War Service). v.. Bronwydd. Broad. T.B. nr. M. Paragon. P7'of. R. E. Admiral Sir C. 31.A. & Co. E. C. A. E. Oscar..A.. W. John's Vicarage. Prof H.. Bramley-Moore. H.. University Hall... Gloucester. B. Trof. Bradney. J.Litt.M. Brock. Browne.. E.. Oxford.... Kensington. A. J. (War Service). 54. Kildwick Hall. Brodribb. c/o Messrs.

. Royal Societies Club. Hon. Woolwich. S.. M. Brownjohn. A. Northumberland. O..A. Burnet.D. 3. M. Rt.W. Cambridge. Rev. Burnley. Ernst.W. Hon.. Richmond. Litt.. Miss M.D.. M. Burke. Burstall. M. Bombay. W. Burnley. Ph. S. H.B.A. Rev. 32....C.D. J. L. E. School of Art. Merchant Taylors' School. Miss H. E. St.. M. E.. M.A. Gower Street. 4.A. Mrs... Prof.D... Litt.. Cambridge. Rev. Oakford. W. D. M. Lynton House. O. LL. E. Bampton.A. a. Prof H. King's Road. Buckingham Gat«. D. BuRKiTT.A. W.D. 19. K.. BuRGE. A. BuDGEN. Cambridge. M. 61. Rev. St. M. Bruce. 33. F.. MA. E.W. J. Bramshill Gardens. E. M. Edmund's School. G. Reedley Lodge. S. 12. Vernon Place. Butler.C. . Devon. W.. Bury. Bury..W. Upper Norwood. Charterhouse. Burnside.P. Manchester High School for Girls. R. LL. Judge W.. Southborough. M..W. St. Buckley. 14.. King's College.. C. Principal R. F. Ewart Park. Buller. Westroad Corner.. *Bryans. *BuRT0N. B.A. Dartmouth Park. N. Cornwall Gardens.C. Strand. Prof J. S. Palace Grove. Lanes.A. Elvaston Place..A. Cranley Gardens. Bull.D. Burn. Bishop of. B. Oxford. See Southwark.. B.C. Rt. Vicarage.W. Halifax. Rushgrove House. Andrews.A. BucKLAND. Prebendary A. Burroughs. Miss M. G. Burns. Queen's Terrace. Kensington. G. Hayling Island.Litt. Godalmiug... S. King's College. Butler. University College. R. C. Canterbury. Burrows.. 63..A. Rev. Rev. D.. E. Rev.L..D. The Yicarage.. Rev. Wooler. Hon. B. Rt. Trumpington...A. BusHE. *Bryce. Great Crosby. Rev. Caversham. the Lord Bishoj) of. D. N.. S.. A.. (Athens). Bryant.D. Manchester. E. Hants.. BuNCE.. Oxfordshire. G. G. James's Street. Miss A.W.A. Ph. Cecil. Queen Anne's School.M.. Miss S. S. Col.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 37 Browning.. Butcher. L.. St.. D. C.. M. D.D. Andrew's. 0. Miss M. Prof. M. B. S. Rt.. Arundel House. Hertford College. Viscount.E. See Truro... Tunbridge Wells.. Canterbury.. Rev. Burrows. W. Bishop of. F.

Hampstead.A.. Mrs. Chambers. Case. D... Fitzjohn's Avenue.A. Hampstead. Whitehall. Holly Lee. 82.A.. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Auburn Road.. Campbell. Iverna Court. T.. See Salford.. Chantry Mount School. M.. G.. M. S. Bombay. Cardwell.B. Montagu.O. F.A. H. Bristol.. Butler.A.. J. H. The University. Cambridge. 29. Miss C. York.. A. E. W. St. G. Campagnac.. N. Caldecott.A.. W. L. Mrs.. Windmill Hill.. T.A. G. Canney.. Carter. Cambridge. Capps. Orchard Street. Bishop of Casartelli. W. *Caspari. 35.. K. Godalming... London.. L. E.. Barnes. The University....A... Chambers. Hovingham Hall.... S. C.A.A. M. M. Princeton.W... Repton. M. Board of Education. Campbell.D. M. Belvedere School.. Birmingham.. 92. Cattley. M. E. Carlisle. Campbell. Mrs. West Philadelphia.. Livingstone Drive.D. Oaton. Cattley.S. Carson. G. B. Byrde. I . M. Argyle Road.A.W. School House. Bolton. T.. Abertillery. M. Rev. c/o. D. Upper Drive.. The University... Miss Esther.... Esq. Trinity College. Prof E. A. 0. Trinity Lodge. 161.D. Cambridge. Princeton Uni\'ersity. Carruthers. Miss F. Rt. Miss J. A. JM.A... Calder. Caspari.APPENDIX 38 Butler. M.L. M. 5. U. Manchester. Carnoy. J. C. INLanchester. West Ealing. Rev. llighgate.. Rev. T. M. LL. U. M.A. Elm Bank Mansions. Burton-on-Trent. Rev...S. 18. J.A. Chandavarkar. M.W. Miss M. Redland.. M. M. Anderson. Montagu. Ph. Eton College. Queen's Eoad. Rev. A. Talbot Road. E. Case. Northacre. Kensington. G. M.A. Prof. A. Sinnington. S. M. L. 6. W. 34.. Ifon. Cartwright. 3. South Liverpool. BA. "Wolverhampton. Christ's College. The Grammar School. J. M. M.. Sir N. Chester Avenue. Campion.A. Miss A. Park Road. The Lodge. Case. W. N. The University.A. R. Bishop's Stortford.. Cayley. Prof. Liverpool.. M. Malton. Elphinstone College.A. N. 84.. S. York. Sussex.A.A. Ramsgate. C. 17. M. Digby W. Miss E. M. Calthrop.W. E..D.. D.. H. N. Windsor. Yorks. Prof. Chadwick. 4511.. Ashfield Road.. Lawrence College. 0. M. University College.A. Manchester. Campbell. New Jersey. Hove. M.

E.. Rev.P..C. 53.. Clapham. E. 14.. CoLViLE.A. A.. Cambridge...R. Donnington Square... Clendon.. Lord. M. M. H.. Rev...W. 2. School House. S. Queen's University. 23.. Fairfield. G. Canon W. R. 3. Cobbe. Meanwoodside. Corpus Christi College. D. Bombay. Canada.. M. George Town. Eaton Square. C.. A. M... Kent. Staffs. Eev. London. Birkenhead. a. British Guiana.. 2. 5..A. High Court. near Midhurst. Plornsey. Rt. F. M. St.A. Miss G. Polstead Road. Rugby. Chapman.. D.A. B. Chatfield. Coghill.D.A. See Ely. Chase.C.. Gray's Inn Square.S. King's School. America. .A. Claremont Road. Charlesworth. Leeds.. Cambridge. B. F. R a Sussex. The Grammar School.. H... P. M.. M..A. F. A.A.. 2. Handsworth. M. H. M. Victoria Embankment. L. Hereford. B. Windsor. P. F. Clough. Churchill. Prof. M. S. Scarsdale Villas. Grange Road. Northampton.A.D.D. Miss A. *Charnwood.A. Chitty.A. L..C.. University Hall. Golands Lingfield. H.. D.. 76. M. W..W. M. Lynch Rectory..L..A. M. CoLSON.. City of London School. 31iss D. Temple. John Street. Worcester. M.A. The Elms.. Liverpool. CoDD. L. A. Liverpool. Rev. 7. E.. M. Cole. Chavasse.A.A.. L.A. 3. Hampstead Garden N.A.. Staffs. Kitson.A. Eton College.. M. Suburb. N... Carlton Road. C. Chettle. Collins.A. B. S. Windsor. Westwood Lane.A. Clark. a. W.. Cohen. B.. Prof. T. J. Rev. Eton College. Rev. Newbuiy. Mrs. Oxford.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 39 Chapman. CoLLisoN-MoRLEY. C. Sunnyside. F. B... M. Bristol.A. Masetti. H.C.. Chapman. *Clbmenti. M. J. Ridge Road. Church Avenue. E.. 1. Government Secretary's Office. Clark.. E.A.A. R. Collins. Leeds. Y. E. 5. Miss H. M.. M. Kingston.. Warkworth Street. Churchyard. M. S..C. Denstone College. F. Elm Court. B. Oxford. M. Chappel. Collins. Prof K. Princes' Park. Surrey.. H. Chilton. Tonbridge. H.A. 108. Cholmeley. Clark.A. Hurst Close. Troy House. Kensington.. E. 0. S. W.. Bishop of. N.

Cambridge. Hightown. Town Custom House.. Eton College.. F. A. Kensington. Palace Gardens Terrace. Margaret M. Hawkhurst..E. Berks. 44.W. R.. Gloucester. A.A. Newcastle -on-Tyne. 7. M. F....C. Miss M. F. B. Cooke. Calcutta. Merchant Taylors' School. E. F.C.APPENDIX 40 M. 24. S. C. Miss A. Cooke. B. High Court.. Wcthersfield.. Prof. 3fr. CoNNELL. CoNDER.S. Trinity College.. Trinity College. Linnet Lane. *Coupland. P. Allington Castle. The University. Mrs. Lyndhurst Gardens. Rt. H. School House.. M..A.A. 3Iiss E. Conway. Cambridge.. CoRLEY. D.... 13. H. M. Cook.. MA.. (No address). 3fiss L. Chees. (No address).. Cranmer Road. Litt. Hyde Park...W. M. J. M..A. Oxford. W. Liverpool. S. E.A. M. 22. Cooke. Porchester Terrace. Crawford.. A. Eton College. c/o . E. Magdalen College. CoLViN. Crammer. CooKsoN. Oxford. Caius College. E. Oxford. Windsor. 3.. Essex. Cowley.. Kent.. R. M. B. Cooper..A. 13.A. Crosby.A. M. R. R.. W.. CoxE. CouzENS. C. 35. 83.. Prof. Didsbury. West Norwood. Audley Square. Bombay. J. The Cloisters. Billing Road. M.A. Justice H. Leeds. Bev.A. R. MA. M.. Conway. The County School. The Waver Farm. (No address). B. M. Cambridge. London.. Armstrong College. Uxbridge. Grace. F. *CoRNFORD. CoMPTON. Cornish.A.. CowPERTHWAiTE. G.. J. Junr. York Road.A. M. Cradock-Watson. Rev. Gran. W. Bradfield College. Miss F. H. Marlborough Road.A. Oxford.. Crypt Grammar School. N. M. Prof R. BA. Hon. 3fis3 E.D:. Hampstead.. CoNNAL. W.. Merchant Taylors' School.. Torfels.A. H...A.. Magdalen College.. Keblo College.A. R.A. C. Costley-White. P. CouRTAULn. M. Sheffield. M.Litt.. Cowl. Okerar. Braintree..S.. Draethen. CoTTERELL. M. A.. Eev. H. Windsor. Manchester.. The University. Northampton.A. Crawford....A. 19. C. B.. Man- chester. the Earl of F.A.. M. W. B. W. M. Liverpool. M. Conway. S. Creed. M. G.. J. Conway. Maidstone. Madras. Mudie. J/iss P. Sandhurst Rectory. Rev. E. Manchester. Sir S. M. H. Rutland Park. Rev. I. W.. Prof. M. Nungambakkam.

. St. Rugby.. The College.I. J. Rev.C.. M. Leicestershire.E. Lutterworth.. Durham. H.. Aberdeen. Miss M.D.Hammersmith Bridge.S. Eastbourne.A.M. D. David. Cromer.G. *Daniel. B. Miss A.A. near Halifax. E. Dallas. 18. Liverpool.. Dale.S. the Earl of. C.. Miss M. B.A. Birkenhead.. M. Canon A. E... Maurice. 2.. D.A. CuRZON of Kedleston. 36. Bucks. H. 24. M.C..... The University... Harrison College. D. Carlton House Terrace. Davies.Digby Mansions. Danson. D.. Miss A. H. Brighton. M. W. Miss J. Triangle. B. F. Westbourne Terrace. 74. M. Miss M. The School. Albans. F. I.. 51. Crofts...A.B.. Davies.. W. Bedford. W. Miss E.. Dale. M. Board of Education. *Grosby.D.I.I. B. Wakefield. *David80N. B.A. M.A... C. S. Grammar School. Davies.. Leeds. M. Penydarren. Willowbrook.A. Dalton. Head Master. Miss C. Glamorgan. G. A. 56. Crosland. W. Dallas. Daktns. Anson Road. Leeds... Whitehall.A. 3. K. 28. King's College. The University. Clyde Road. 89. G. Dakers.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 41 Croft.A. Consulat de Belgique. G. Lowther Road. Rt. M. The High School. Elstow School.A. A. Eev.C.A.A. Dean House. Friends' School.. M. Bournemouth. 6 Man- . Cheetham Hill. Montpelier Road. Davidson. M. F. F.. B.E.. H. Daubeny. T.A...L. R. A.. M. Rev.. M.A. O. B.. M. Clarendon Eoad. B. Vicarage Road. Sir Alfred..R. Prof. LL. S.M. A.. Hon. West Didsbury.. Cruickshank.C.. Rev.D. S.. Chaucer Road..A. Hyde Park. Cumberland. Wigton. D. M. M. M. G. J. S.. Crossley.W. Greenwich. Dale. Llewellyn. Davies. Man- chester. Penybryn Villas.A.E. H.C. J. 71.. E. N. Glasgow. M.. Brighton and Hove High School... G. CuvELiER. Rt. Miss K.A. M. Miss C.. Bidston Road. M. Cronin. G. Barbados. Davies.A.C. (No address).A. Wimpole Street. *Darlington.. Merthyr... Woodland Street....D.. Tufuell Park. The High School. Morpeth. D. Hon.A.W. D. The Hill. G. Earl. Curtis... B. Miss A. A. K. G. Cheshire. A. G.A. H. Cambridge. 1. Davies. Cromer Terrace. T.A. chester..I. N. Wycombe Abbey School... R. Bombay.A... Crowther.. W. Dale. S. M.S. Roan School.

.R. Raglan. Fowler's Road.. 1. 507. W.R. Surbiton. Longbridge Place. President. A.. Dublm.. Fallowfield. Waterloo Park. *Drewitt... Bristol. Mev. Dawes.. C. Holmwood.. Caterham Valley. W. Miss C. Duckworth. Arosfon. The University. Miss M. Miss K. J. *Drysdale. Tewkesbury... Cleveland Gardens.A.. F.W. Wadham College. Hay. De Gruchy.A. N. J. D. F. F. Prof. Davis. Worcestershire. M.*S'm-E. Lloyd's Bank House. Eev. Liverpool. LL.W.. J. R. Coldharbour Road. The University. F. D. B.B.W. Sussex. Surrey. Northwood Park. 64. E. Crowborough.. Dobbie..A. Eton College.Litt. a. Settle. Rowton. M. . Manchester.D.D. Grove Eoad. F. Dawes. W. King'... Holt Secondary School..A. The University.A. Winchester. Vicarage Gate. Kensing- W. Redland. M. Alex. Prof. S. Draper. DoBSON. H.APPENDIX 42 Davies.. Rev. E. Day. J. L..A.. Clayesmore School. De Witt. G. *Domner. B. S. DoNKiN.. W.. Sir ton. M. De Glanville... Dingwall.. The College. Yorks. Surrey. M. Highbury Mansions. Manchester Douglas. M. Miss M. G. J. J. Grove Eoad... Brighton. W. StaflFs. M. Chester. Delany. M. No.J.. Oakamoor. 3Iiss M. Leeds. Clapham Common.D. S. W. DoDD. Prof... B.A. Bristol. DoBSON. Miss E.Sc. South Wales. DoMAiLLE. Droop. 3Iiss M. R.S. Mrs. W. 4. Brighton.LL. W. Surbiton. 3 House.. J. Beacon House.. M. University College. Farley Betreat. Derriman.s Lea.. 32. near Northfield. J. W. P.A. De Zouche. B. Giggleswick School.. LL. Dix.A. 11. Hyde Park. Heathlands. P... Chapelville..A.A. 12. Roedean School.A.. De Winton.A. Oak Mount. Dawkins. M.. Montreal. S.. Liverpool. Victoria College. Dawson.. Caermarthen.S. Toronto.. Devine.. C.. Hereford. K. H. A. v. R. Prof. Stoke-on-Trent. Englefield Green. *Dawes. J. D. Weybridge... F. Crescent Grove. Surrey. Miss K. Denman. E. Leeds..A. S.A. West View. DoDD. Oxford. p. Street. Canada. E. 3Iiss D. Windsor. Salisbury. N. Chapelville... B.D. C. M..A.. Kemerton. Boyd. N.. DowNlE. Miss M. Rev. Adel Rectory. C.. Guy S. ^er.. M. Canada.

A.. B.... G. G.. High School for Girls.. Cambridge. C. Rev. Miss A. M. G.. 26..A. England.A. Miss O. C. M. Grammar School. Litt.A. W..A. Miss E. R. H. Trinity College. Halifax. Broome House. *Dymond. The Palace. R.A. Elliston. Crouch End. Westerfield Road. M. C. Dean Close School. J.. James's Court. W. D. M. B. Peterhouse.A. M. E. Southampton. Sheffield. H. Prof.. . J. Elliott. Duke. Glasslyn Road. Miss E. M. King's High School for Girls. M... Worthing. Ambleside. Mrs.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 43 Dudley. Ellaby. 23. High School for Girls... J. Newcastleupon-Tyne. Hobart... Miss E.C.Y. High Wray.A. Edwards. Simla. Mrs. M. Elliott..A. M. E. Rishworth.. R. Cambridge. Armstrong College.C. B.Litt.. H. N. Sidney Sussex College. A.. St. Buckingham Gate.B. Prof. Edwards. Carter Knowle Road. R. 5. East. Ely. Hillmarton. Oxford. Banister Court.A. Broadhurst Gardens.. Carlton Manor. Rev. Enthoven.A. Jesus College.. U. R. Bradford. J. Cambridge.W... T. H. N. Prof... Michael's Street. St.. Storey's Way.. 37. J. Elliott.A. J. EasterlixNG. Ellam. CLE. Manchester.. *DuNDAS.. Cheshire. Miss E. A. W. M. 88.A. Edwards.. WarAvick. M. 137. S. Cheltenham. M. M. Liverpool. Ithaca. Wight. Yeadon. Elmer. Bath. The Ridge. M. Ealand. C. Bishop of.. E. 23.S. Eaenshaw. K.. Duff. *Eden. LL. M.. Edghill. Miss M.A. n.A. L. M. I. India.I. 15. Rt.S. Englefield. Cambridge. Didsbury.. R... EcKHAKD. Ut. the Lord Bishop of. Park Street. M. N. H.W.... Harrow.. Oxford. W. Cheadle. Bolton.. L. See Wakefield. James's Park..D. Leeds. EcKERSLEY. B. Ellis. R. Sheffield. Cambridge.. B. M. S..A. M.. Cornell University.A. Ely. D. Du PoNTET. *DuFF. A. F. B. St. D.. Weetwood. *DuNBABiN.. Edmonds.A. Oxford Road.. Dunham. Massie Street. Christ Church. University of Tasmania. Edwards. J. Ipswich. C. ifrs. Kingsley Road.. H. Ecclesall. G. DuNLOP. Rishworth Gi^ammar School.S.A.. M.. Hull.. L. M.D..

St.. Bradford. L. Va. Yorks. H. Nottingham. S.. M. Faithfull.. Ferard. Footner. Mary's Vicarage. M. Exon.. Evans. Croydon. C.A. C. 92. [bridge.. G... L. Luxor. K. Rev. Magdalen College.A. Girls' Grammar School.A.APPENDIX 44 Eppstein.. Cheltenham. Miss M. M..A. *FitzGerald.. Berkeley Street. H. Berks. H.. M. [S. Grove House.. W. Hertford.. S. J.Litt. Ferguson.A.... R. N. L.. Finlay... Fletcher.D. 20.. Flather. N. J.. EsDAiLB..A. Oxford. The College. Girls' Secondary School Brighouse. R. Darley Dale.C.A. Miss L. Evans. Sir E. Bedford College. c/o Union of London and Smith's Bank.A. Doncastei'. University College School....A. W.A...A. Forbes. T. Ferguson.D. Mancliester. Edinburgh. Helen's. Bournemouth. H.A. Finch. M. 31. F. Yorks.. Wilts. Beech House Road. 100. K.A. Ai-dnave. Galvvay. C.A.A. Liverpool.A. Miss E. B.C. M... Miss M. B. Chancery Lane. Christ's Hospital. CamFleming. Vincent. Reading School. Lawden Cottage. Lord Justice. F. Ladies' College. S.A. M. B. ExTON. M. G. Leigh de la Mere. B..A. B..White. S.C. Rector of Exeter College. Miss A. Reading.. •FiTZHUGH. M. J. 64. B.S. Charterhouse. 17..A. Miss J.. Felkin. H. Surrey. University of Virginia. 33.R. Et. Upper Egypt..W. 15. Frognal. Prof.W. Charlottesville. H. Beverley Road. Barnes. M. EI Assasif.. W. M. Rev.. M. Head Master. LL.. Evans. Miss K. Miss C. Liverpool.A. St. . Elphins.. Ferrall. Berkhamsted. Grammar School.W. W. Dublin. W. J. A. Balholm..A. M. Oxford. G. near Chippenham. D. U. Highfield Road. Godalming. Fletcher. Sir R. St.. Flood. F. Phillimore Gardens.. Southwell Gardens. R. Ladybarn Lane. Leighton Park.. Farwell.A.A. Evans. L. British Museum. Matlock.. Ewart. Queen's College. M.. Hon. B. Gournah. Evelyn. C. Herts. M.. Newton Road. Huskisson Street.... Forbes. Falding. Branksome Park. T. J. E.A. C. D... Fallowfield. K. Field. B. W. T.. Cheltenham. The Academy. Lady.. N. M. S.W. Prof.M. Field. Regent's Park.. Farnell.

Lincoln College.. C.M. Regent's Park.L. H. W.. Ourepipe. Miss S. Prof. Dudley.. N. Egypt. Keyne's.. Oxford. Barnes. Beaufort.. Manchester (War Service). 6....A. The Rectory. Miss E. Fyfe. All Souls College. Head Master.. Gerrans. S. Gardiner.. M. E. 2.A.A.. Oxford... *Genner. Jesus College. Newnham College. Douglas Road.. Lincoln. G.A. Brighton. Manchester.A. Furness. St. E. B.R. J. Oxford. FoRSTER.. M. D. M. Oxford.A.. Didsbury.A. E. Oxford.. Kidderminster Road.A..A. Gardner. Merton College. The University. Romsey. St. 125.C. *Genner. E. Wood Green. H. *Geldart.A. Prof.A. 12. Surrey. Wesleyan College. Gedge. K. Norfolk House... D. N. S. County School. Prof. Sir J. C. M. E. P. Kemp Town. Crescent House.. Haslemere.W. T. Princes' Park..... R.. Mary's Hall. Khedivieh School. Lionel G. S. F. FoRMAN. Cambridge. Ilkley. H. Cambridge. J.. M. M. Miss F. A. Merton College.A. Gravesend. The Deanery. Harrow.A. Shepherd's Down. Worcestershu-e. T. Rossall. Miss A. J. Oxford.... Miss E. Rue Bernadin Ford. S. Miss E. Hants.A. 3. S. E.. B.. H. M...A. Furness. O. W..A. Hamilton. Frisoh.. Sheffield. London. Fleetwood. c/o Agent-General New South Whales. The Grammar School.B.A. M.... Rev.. Robinson. Fowler. C.D.. Gardner. M.C. The School. Elm Bank Mansions. M. Gavin.. Winchester Hill.A. Forrest. Pierre. L. FuRNEAUX. M.. M. Canterbury Road. Cairo..CP.. M. Epsom. B. Gaselee.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 45 J.A. . Frazer. Liverpool. University College. Fry. The College. Garbutt. Martin. Blackhall Road. M. E. M.. Elmsleigh.. Cannon Street.D. Maui-itius.W. FuRNESS. Geikie. A..A... D.A. Bedford College.W\ Geden. Cambridge. M. John Street.Litt. Oxford.. Garrod. B.A. B. M.. Bromsgrove. Ghey.S...A. L. St. B.. 23. Sir Archibald.. Rev. St. Garnsey.. M. M. L. Maison Vallet. E. Ct. Bruce. M. N... B. Very Rev.A. *FowLER. E. K. LL. Wimbledon. Miss G. Litt. M.. Gardner. FoTHERiNGHAM. E. SJagdalene College.D. Warde.L.A. Rev. E.. 20.A. B. D. Eraser. Alwyne Mansions. R. M.C. S. Oxford. M. M. W. W.C.. Fry.

M. H. The University. Allerton. Gore. Gibson. B. M.. T. Notts. Eton College.. Gow. M. Gordon. M. J. Prof. Fleetwood. Rev.. King Edward VI.. B. Hazel Avenue. B. J.. F. Cambridge. M. Goodyear. D. Goode. M. M.. M. T. Lancashire. Rev. GouGH.. Canon M. U. 27..A. Charles.. Ph. M. LL. M. Litt.. A. Eton.. M. Miss U. M. S. W.. Eossall School.A.C. British Museum.. Whalley Range. G. W.. Glazebrook. Oxford. near Liverpool. a. a. 5. M. Grant..D. Goodell. Rt. W. . Iffloy Road.. Canon. Bishop of GoRSE. F.S. Magnus Grammar School. M....A. Goodwin.D. 's School. Graves. Rev. John's College. D. The University. Kensington Crescent. The College. Woolton Vale. C.. W. D. Litt. The College Hostel.. Windsor..A. GiDDEN. Grafton. Highgate. Rev. Nottingham.A. (War Service). Rev. Edgehill Road. Gordon. St.D.D.A. M.. Heathfield Lodge. D. Cambridge.D. GiLSON. J. Rev.A. M. 99..Sc... Prof.. Royal ISIaval College. A. M. Pt. P. G. Glover. Bac. S. Cambridge. See Oxford. Norham Ruad. E. Grammar School. Retford.D. University College. W. P. H.. T.. Gow. M.. M. Master of Emmanuel College. J/rs. Mon. Leeds. M. Liverpool. S. P. C.. Westminster. Gillespie.A.. New Haven.. Bloomfield Road. W. Catholic College. D. GiLSON. 35. D. N. Gibson. P. High Street. W. Shirley Road.A. B.A. Bryngwyn Road. Dean's Yard. Gibson-Smith.J.. Prof. 10. Gladstone.A. Southampton. J. 45.A... a. Osborne. T. Menston-in-Wharfedale. Preston. Prof.. St.. Birmingham. Goodhart... S.W.. Oxford. Goodrich. Rev. GouGH. M... Prof G.. Miss M.A.A. Gould.A. H. Giles.. Granger.A. School House. Ely. M. Castlebrae. Cam- bridge. Newport. Ashbrook. S. Godley.. Godfrey. Grant. Manchester. The Vicarage. Mus.. Grange Road. C.. A. Rev. Conn. The University. !^LA.A.APPENDIX 46 Gibbons..D. E.D.. M. C.A. Yorks. H.. W. Dudley.A.A. M.. Dudley Road.. C. Litt. SheflSeld.A. C.. 19.. Martin's.. Hillside. Worcestershire. M. 15. Tonbridge. Newark-on-Trent.. Chevin Avenue. M... Leeds.

A.. a. H. Holmfirth. Hales. Ortygia. Hallam. IT. 13. Bombay. Buckingham Palace Gardens. Walthamstow. Harrow-on-the-Hill. M.A. *Hall. Hale. Rev. 4. H. St. 2.. 11. M. H. Forest School. 84. Rev.. *GwATKiN... Gregory. Oxford. King & Co. W. W. Cambridge. E. F. Corpus Christi. School House.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Gray. Buckland. Prof. W.A.. N. Grensted. S. W. Green..A. Herts. J. Greenwood. W. c/o Messrs...... H. S. H. M.A.. B.... King's College. H. Egerton Hall.. A. Paul's Girls' School. Kensington Square. *Haigh. Thackeray Cottage. L. 69. Miss E. 18. p.A. Oxford.. W. Hall. A. GuRNEY. M. S. Miss F. Anfield Road. G.Litt.A. J.. W. Aberystwyth. GuYOMAR.C. C. Cambridge. W.A.. King Street. Rev.A. Victoi-ia Park. R. Miss M. Green.. Ennismore Gardens. Strand.A. *Greene. Emmanuel College. *Haigh. GwATKiN. 21. J/?'s. Marine Lines. Leonards-on-Sea.S. Woodstock. B... R. D. Kelross Road.. 10. B. U. M. M. A.. Strand.. Ceylon. Mrs. ManGrigg. Grenfell. *Gray. Rev. Bombay. Greene. The University. West Yorks.. F. M...A. 67. John's College. Stone Buildings. W. Gray. Grundy...S. G. Green.W.. M.. C. *Grundy. Hill Rise. R. B. Merton Street. Forest Hill. M. Miss A.A.. Liverpool. chester.. Cambridge..A. Berkhamsted. Hackforth. G. Miss E. University of Wales.Litt. Hall. St.A. M..A. E. Queens' College.E. *Hadow. D.. King. W.. M..A. . Deansgate. 5. H. Miss C.A.. Herts. Lincoln's Inn. S. Greene. H.. Cambridge. Jaffna.A... Oxford. St. Bev. W. Sidney Sussex College. J.. Chicago. Joseph. L. Guthkelch. H. M. Bombay Presidency. 3Iiss A. M. M. W. Guy. St. M. M. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Patrick's College. B. B. Baldock. Oxford.A. Griffith. M. Edinburgh. 3.A.C. GUPPY. John Rylands Library. a.. King's College. Sedlescombe Road South... Highbury. Brook 47 Green. W. A.. M. I.. St. M. W.. 3frs... R..C. M. H.C. M. Manchester. L.. Bottoms.. E. T. G.A. R.A. Hammersmith.W. Armstrong College. Oxfordshire.. Poena. Paul's Road. W. Rev. Dean Terrace.. G. All Souls College. Haig-Brown.

Oxted. A. London. Hartley. Surrey.. M.. liev. G. M. Litt.APPENDIX 48 *Halsbury.. Eton College. Winshields. S. Prof. E. N. Withington. Whitehall. W. E. Birmingham. E. B. Harley. H. W...A. Hawkins.P. Creffield Road. The Brewery.W.. G. 1.. London. M. Hampton.C. 3fiss J. B. *Haynes.. Diocesan College. 98. W. Datchelor Training College. Headlam.A.C.W.. C. Sedbergh. G..A. The Greek Manse. Great Crosby.. Haydon.. Pro/.A. Westmor- land. P. 4. Rev. 41. W. LL. Yoi'k. G. M.. Acton.. Earl Et. B. Boax-d of Education. Harries. S.Litt. R. Harrower. the J.. E.A. Staffs.A. Leeds.A. LL. Round Hill. St. LL. p. S. Manchester.A... Victoria Park. Cambridge. Acton..A.A.. R. Aberdeen. Newnham College. Newcastle-under-Lyme. Harrison.. E. G.. C.. Prof.. W. Pev. Harrison. E. Barnard Castle. B.. M.. Harris.A... H.rWhorlton Hall... F.A. M. C. S.. Broadhurst Gardens. B... R. Leicester. Harper. Windsor. Albans. 11.... Hakdcastle. Camberwell Grove. Ennismore Gardens. India. Andover. M. J. M. South Lawn. A. Hamlet.D.O..A. Miss K. L. *Harrison.. Westmor- land. Ron. Cambridge.D. Birch Grove. Headlam. Selly Oak.W\ . V.D.. B. 5... W. 4. 38. Chetwynd House..E..A. Grasmero. W. H. F. J. D. Holywell Cottage. M. Grosvenor Terrace.. Queen Anne Terrace. M. Trinity College.A. M. V. The Moor House. Hev. N.A. H. H. Mecklenburg Street. J.. B... Haverfield. Heversham of. Haslam... Edin- burgh. Hayes... Hardy. Haskins.. LL. East Parade. School. Yorks.W. L. D. Milnthorpe. York House School. S.A.S. S. Hampstead.. St. Haslam. 4. Headlam. Haward. M. Hartley.L. J. Oxford.A. John's Wood Park.. C. M. Hardie.. Gujerat College.D. 19. Miss M. Hamilton.D.. Oxford. Hannam.Litt. J. D. Rendel.. M... B. Dalton Hall. T.Mus. J. Eaton. B.D. Chalmers Crescent.A. Ahmedabad. Manchester. D. Hammans. Bardwell Road. Aske's Haberdashers' School. Oak Road. T. Cambridge.

Didsbury. M.A. S. H. A. Burnley. Sir J... W. Hicks. Downside Crescent.. Prof. The Grammar School. A. Brighton. H. Palace Grove. Man- chester. B.A. *Heberden.. Miss R. Herford.. B.. Henry. L. F.. M..C. Service). Cross Hill.. *Heath. High Court. Astell.A. .A. A. L. Hicks. The Training College. Herman.W. Hagley Road.. N. Bombay. Henn. Bromley..D.C.E.L... Approach Road.R. E.A. Heath.A. Mortimer House. M. Haglcy Road. Heathcote. A. 3. Rev. Hewart. Old Palace. Putney Hill.. Mrs. B. F.W. Brighton College...C.. Hendy. Heath. See Lincoln.S. Rev. I. C. R. See Burnley. W. Rt. LL. Fossedene. Bombay. J. Miss A. Oxford. Lansdowne Crescent.. W. Hill. F. Henn.. Heppel. W. L. K. A. K. H. M. C. R. The Homefield. Park. Edinburgh. 224. Clifton. Parmiter's School. KW. K. 64. M.C. Hett. 33.D.. a... Miss M. HiGGS. Hon. 26. Oxford... The Lodge. Principal.P. Miss C. Putney High School. Bristol. 1. MA. Henry. Board of Education. London. Temple.A.. Kensington Park Gardens. Cheltenham. E. Edgbaston High School. C. Victoria Park.. C.. Bedford Gardens. M. Lincoln..S.C. 5. G. B. Brasenose College.A.. Kensington W... M.D. J. Whitehall. Hildesley.. W. Mr. 7 F. H.. Bishop of. Hetherington... Hewetson.. M.A.. Bishop of. M. M. L. Belfast. Rt. Henderson. R.. The Hon. Hkaton. Hicks.D. L. Hennings. Manchester... I. D.. The Hon.A. D... N.... D.A. M. Miss M.. Heward.. M. Hampstead.A. Ph. B. H. Fettes College. Lanes. 16. D. Kensington. Parkfield Road. Isleworth.C. M. Kent.. S.C. Birmingham. J. Edgbaston.A. G. S. Sir T. R.B.A. M. M. Rev. Windsor Avenue. Hill. CLE. Mount Pleasant.. (War N. Cambridge. B. British Museum. G. E. Birmingham. Reedley Lodge. New College. Mrs... Heatii. a. Miss M.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 49 Heard..S. L. c/o Secretariat. Hicks. Temple Gardens.

A. C...A. F.D. St. 20. C.S. M. Cajton W. Paul's School. College Green. Oxford.. F. James' Mansions..A. M. The Wadleigh High School. H.B. Birmingham. Miss G. M.A. W.. Holding. Miss M.. Cambridge... ^ev. Thornbee Street. Hogarth. M. M. 54. A. U. I.A. Hodge. R. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester. Afiss G.. L. HoBHOUSE. Roberts Road. Yorks.A. Hone.. Suffolk. C. Giles'. Ivor Road. Hooker. S.A. H. A York City. Columbia University. Clopton.APPENDIX 50 HiLLARD. HoMERSHAM. H. Dewsbury. U. Haverholt Road..A. Wheelwright Grammar School. Berkhamsted. Brighouse. Gloucester.A. E. M... Twickenham. Miss M. N. LL..D. 2.. M. W. J. Bev. Hodgson.W. Hirst. Lansdowne House. S.. Colne.S. F.. M.A. Umbria Street.. Miss M. Fallowfield. M. West Kensington. *HoDGE. .W. S. Orley Farm School.. S. Holland. D.A.A. Sir A. Bev. Roehampton. Sax- mundham.S. 5. E. G. Unley Park. U... Prescote. H..M. St. Innes. M. E. 18.. W.A.C. Abbotsford Yilla.. Holder. Withiugton Girls' School. A. Sidcup. A. Manchester.. Camberley..A. The School.. Sparkhill. Beaufront. T. M. E.... Surrey. Hopkins. St. Hodgson.Sc. Hooper. HoERNLE.A. J. G. M. T. Mass. Rev. *HoDGE.. Lichfield. Hogarth. D. Heatherley. v. Shady Hill Square. Eev.. A... HoPKiNSON. H. D.. B. West Kirby. Lanes. Rice. Tonbridge. R. Holme.. High Street. Herts.. Calday Grange School... B. Cheshire. Australia.. Southsea.D. K.. HoLLOWELL. HoPKiNSON. New Hodges. 44. Miss E. Chislehurst Road. Kyre College. Litt. York. Miss J. P.A.M. Holland. M. Westleton. The Vicarage. Barnard College. HoLLiDGE. Hirst.. M. B. Edmund's Road. Harrow. The Red House.A. B. Miss M. I. Holmes.A. M. 1. Saffron New Walden. High Wycombe.A. Miss M. Bev.. Avonmore. M.. High School for Girls. H. 3fiss D. E. V.. High Master of St. North London Collegiate School. Hopkins.. Piccadilly.. Stratfoi-d-on-Avon.A„ 8.

. Mir- field. S. Bradford. West Didsbury. M.. Alias C. W..A. A. M. L.. North Bailey.. HousK. B.. HuTTON. Hurst.. H. Belgrave Villas. King Street.... Llandaff. Oockermouth. Nottingham.A. A. Miss A. F..C. Bart. P. Cumbei-land. S.A. W. T.. Hughes. Drayton Gardens. R. 13. M. W. *HOTSON. Rev.. Hose. S. W. Rev.. Dorset. Baron F. New College. M.A. J.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Horner.. Sir A. Miss E. B. HoRSFALL.Sc... College of B. L. Lightcliflfe Vicarage. Levitt.. von.. Westcote. HuBBERSTY. Cardiff Road. How. J.A. W. C. Manchester. Durham. Sir T. HiJGEL. J. Miss A. Impey.. Cambridge..D.. B. Manchester.P. Queen's College. W. M.. M. The College Great Malvern. Prince Consort Road. HowARTH.. Hughes.A.. Godalming.. Wingfield House. Derwent Avenue. Worca. M. M. Cheltenham.. The Writers' Club. Hutchinson. Sherborne. 10. Street. I. Strand. Milton Street..A. W. Rev. Kensington. George Street.O. 21. 49.. HuTTON. The School. Girls' Grammar School. Rev. D. H. Norfolk W. Hunter. 10. How. HoRNSBY. Saltburn. Coventry. Bold Street.. A.A.. Houston. B. HuBBACK.A. HoYLB. Harpurhey.S. Ilkley. Church Lane. M. Rev. HoYLE. W. Miss C.A. M.. Jesus College. 4.A. M. East Hayes.. Bombay. S. H.W.. Houghton. Woodlands. H. Y. L.A. J.A. R.. Dulwich College. R.A. University Club for Ladies. 20. Kensington. S.. Hunt. Miss E.W. Oxford. E.. B. Hulbert. A.. W.. Hulbert. F. Byculla Club.. J. A.. p. Oxford. Manchester.E. BA. M. M. Hyslop.A. Alvechurch. Miss J. D. F.A. Moss Side. HoRSFALL. M. H... C. Irvine. Hanover Square.Litt.A. Oxford. Harrow. 51 the Resurrection. J.A. H.. A.A.. E. L. Burrell's Field. South Kensington. Lorton Hall.. M. Vicarage Gate. Imperial College Union. 10. M. G... Huddersfield.. Charterhouse. M. P.. Ill.C. .. Stoke Rectory. F.A. HoRSMAN. High School for Girls. Halifax. HoRT. S. Miss K. Miss S. M. 2. Oxford. Rev....

B. Nantwich.A. Croydon. Secondary School. Jex-Blake.C.A. The Grammar School.D. H. Willaston School. Merthyr Tydvil.. Jenkyns.. R. Jones.. Jackson. Salisbury Street. Park Lane.. Durham. M. Amherst Road. N.. Craig Terrace.A. J.. W.. G. M. Girton College. Liverpool. St.. King's School. Jones.. Woodleigh. Redhill. Johnson.. Johnston. Jones.A. Rev. Lloyd. S. Jackson. Oxford. F. B. Trinity College.. Malvern. L. M.. Limpsfield. Jones.. 97. CardifiE. Jack.. Miss L. Sheffield. Jewson. L.Litt.A.. Tom. B.A. Kenley..A. Station Road. Cambridge. Jex-Blake. Birmingham. H.A. 8. Cambridge. Rev. Higher Kinnerton. C. R. Pencisely Road. Johnson. M. King's College School. Johnson. Jones.A. Lady Margaret Hall.A.. F... J. Gayton Crescent. Feltham.. M. Eastbourne.E. Norwich.C. P. H. S. D... Francis Xavier. Bracondale. JoBSON. Manor Road. Jevons. Mrs. Miss L.. School. H. R.Litt.. Feltham.A. F. Limassol. Aston.. G. M. Miss H. C. *James.. Withington. Johnston. Johnson. Monmouth... Rev. James. Principal... Kay. Evan. Prof.. W. B. Wyss Wood. M.J.. Jasonidy. Cyprus. James. B. B. F.A.. The Leyes. Cheshire.. C. H.. M. Johns. Rev. Miss C. Johnson. M. Chester. Lincoln- shire.. 33. Jones. The College.A. Cambridge.APPENDIX 52 Irwin. . H.A. M. Hillside Cottage.. Llandaff.. R. Chaucer Road.D. A. H. Broomhall Place. Johnson. Pencoed... Jones..W. Sedbergh. C. M. Catharine's College..M. B. Miss B. 16. P. King Edward's Jones. Miss K. Canterbury.. Miss Essex. W.A.. Thoresby. The Lindens. Hampstead..A. M.. B. Ballard's Shaw. Mrs. Oakbank. C.. S. J.. Litt. Yorks. Heolgerrig. Leeds.. Romilly Crescent. S.A. Cardiff. L. O.A. B. Cambridge. Jelf. 10. Bermondsey.A. B. Spalding Grammar School. 97. *Jenkinson. Surrey. James.. Manchester. M. M. Miss D. Jamieson. Croydon. Lyddon Hall.A. Miss E. Queenwood. St. D. Rev.. 30. Bishop Hatfield's Hall.. L. M. Waltham Abbey. Ferndale. 0. Prof. F. CM. Park Lane.. H. Altrincham. Cambridge.. Litt. Tower House.. L. Principal.

J. The Deanery. Bolton... 9. B. Keen.A. Miss N. Cheltenham. St. S.A.B. W. 24. King.. B. Jukes. 145..A. The British Museum. Vicarage Gardens. M. J. Bertrand Road.V. Calcraft. M. W.. Sir F. Ely. B.A. W. Hampstead. Yorks. 40. E. Gloucester Terrace. Bishop of. C. Miss E. Ahmedabad..S.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 53 W. D. S. F. Kipling. Nassington Road. Knight. Church Green. . Alexandra College.C. Ann Arbor. Hazlewell Road.D. New College. Dublin... A. Hipperholme. Rt. Dean Close School..Litt. G. C. M. J. Bishop of.W.. R. Kendall. Kensington.A... King. Rt. Eton College. Joseph. M.. W..O. C. Kemp. Rev. A..J.. 5. Prof. E.D... M. Mr..S.. Kj?ox. B.. B. F. M. G... Kennedy.A. Kenyon. D.C. H. D. A. Windsor. U. Keatinge. Hulme Grammar School. Kensington. KiNDERSLBY.. Poena. The Grammar School. J. See Lichfield. See Manchester. U. West Downs. India. the Lord Bishop of. E. J.A. W. Miss N.. Oxford. Exeter. H. W. M.. Mikleton. W.. Kingdom.A. Knaresborough.A. Sherborne. E. R. LL. KiRTLAND. Valley Road. W. Very Rev. Rev. Charterhouse. E. C.. KiDD.. Kemp.A... Thi Eon. Keay. Miss F. Ahmedabad.. M. Prof. P. Kennedy. C.A. M.W. Shenstone. Milltown Park. Herts. KiRWAN. South Shields. Streatham. Kempthorne..S.. C. Manchester.. Rt.D. Kelsey. Michigan. Queen's Dr-ive... New Hampshire. Haileybury College. K. The Phillips Exeter Academy. Oxford. Dublin.A. C. KiRBY. Bristol. JuDSON. F. KiRKPATRiCK. CHfton College.. F. Putney. Abbeylands..B. Bombay Presidency. Kennedy. 58....A.. B. M. T. R. Lymm. D. C.C. The Grammar School.Litt. M. a. Cambridge. Mrs. Head Master. I.. Rev.W. D. M. Rev. I.. Keane. R..D. Hyde Park. Miss M.C.C.. Miss J.. S.A. I. India.A.S. Ripon. Godalming. *Kelsey. Winchester. S. Ph... Margaret's Road.A.A. G. A.S.D.A. M. Rev. S. Ker. W. Cheshire. University of Michigan. The Old Residence.. Liverpool. KiNCAiD.. C... E. 13..

Leckenby. N.S... Melbourne. 26. I. M. Ledgard. T. Wanganui. 4. S. Nottingham. Miss A.. Liverpool.. J. N.. M.A. M.. G.. Lancelot. Bristol. M. G. King's College. E.W. Poughkeepsie.A. Bath. a.D.A. Warwick Road..A. C. Ph.. Lea. Bromley.. Cambridge Terrace. 3. La Motte. B.. Whitehall. Sussex. S.. Harborne. Lee.S.. B. R. 5.APPENDIX 54 Krause. Leman.A. L. Bucks.C. Rev. Goldington Avenue. Langley. High School for Girls. W. Legg. Mrs.. M. The Most Reverend C. M. Lamb. LL. Layng. M. Latter. Westminster. *Leeper. 29. Archbishop of. Sir Richard. Lehmann-Haupt.A. *Leeper. A. Kent Town. Miss E. Worcestershire. Abercromby Square. U. Litt. LL. M.D. Wrexham.. E. 108a. Worcester Avenue... R.. M.A. Kidderminster. Lee. Wycombe Abbey School. E. T. Prof.. M. Prof.I.Y. Ealing Common.I. E. F. (War Service). Bedford.A. Vassar College..A. Steyning School.. Alex. Leader. Bii-mingham. G. B..D.. See York. Pall Mall.. B. M. Canon J.W. Liverpool College. C.S. Prof. Oxford and Cambridge Club. L. 50a.A. Rev. House. Laurie. Brow Hill....E. Belfast. Warden of Trinity College. Rise... Comberton Hall. Rev. H. M.. M.W. New Zealand. J.. W. Lang. Pembroke College.. The University. Rev. LL. N. B. East Finchley.. G. a. a. Grove Park... W. M. W. H. W.A.. Kyrke-Penson. Toronto. Albemarle Street. W.A... S. Australia. E. Kew. Batheaston. London. Rev. W. Liverpool. 2. Sherwood .. Craigellachie. W. S. Canada. Lang.A. M.. N.W. Lawson. Lattimer.A. Abby.A.M.C. H. Stanley C. Tudor Broadway. 44. Collegiate School.... Kensington. J. M. M. Legard. Prince Alfred College..C. *Lamb. M. a. Sussex Place. N.. Lee-Strathy.D. *Leach. Leaf.A. Cambridge. Headmaster. Victoria College. Elmshurst. Layman.D. Litt. Herbert Road. Miss E. Langdon-Davibs.. Palace Street. London. Miss J.A.. R. Clifton... Whitehall House. Langford...A. Miss H. Royal Academical Institution. M. K. Digby. Lexham Gardens. Sir Sidney.. C.

H.. E.A. Windhuk. B. J. Miss E. P.West Africa. Liberty... Corpus Christi College. Livingstone. Rev..A. E.A.A.. W. N. nr.D. Miss E. Girls' Grammar School. Miss A. Prittlewell. M. Cambridge.D.W. C. B. Old Burlington Sti^eet. Tottenham. Lewis.. Leeds. LoREBURN.. LoNGWORTH. Lewis. LiGHTLEY. Rev.C.. Lewis. 2. A. K. Hawksworth Avenue.. Miss A. D. Jackson..A. University College.. Rev. Somerville College.. Solva. Lidderdale. Rt. Cambridge. Upper Park Fields. LiBBEY. Godalming. Aliss H. Birchfield Road.A.. Linton-Smith.....A.. The Gale. Lewis.. The Grammar School. Paternoster Row.A. Hendon. M.. Bolton. Linzell. LoANE.A. M. Lincoln.D. Longman. M. Grammar School.. Lichfield.A. Lipscomb.. D. Castlebrae. the Lord Bishop of. St.. Lodge. Lewis. W. M. D.. 27. Miss G. R. B. Oxford. Balliol College. near Lewis. 13.W. Lisburn Lane. N. Hampstead High School for Girls. Bradford. Cheshire.. Rev. Oxford. . Miss D. W. Hampstead.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 55 Lewis. A.A.. Secondary School. 8. Leeds. A. Limebeer.. Vicarage Road..W.. S. Office. M. Miss B. M. Miss M. E.. 84.A. M. Miss M. G. E. LoRiMER. Cambridge. 26. Mrs. London. Tue Brook. London.A. London. J.. Rev. Eaton Square.D. Fulneck School.C. Ambleside. LoEWK. (War Service). 29. LiLLEV. Mary's Lodge. Miss D. B. M. B. Liverpool. B. Protectorate M. Warden of Keble College. G. Rt.A. Birmingham. Putney. Miss M..W. Lewis. Liverpool... M. Linnell Close.. Lock.... Sowerby Bridge. G.. M. Wallasey High School. M. Lloyd. Junr. Linnell. Cathays Park. F. Leeds. Monument Road. R.A. S. Lloyd. Oxford. The Palace.K. Ravvlinson Road. 0. Rev. R. Llewellyn.. Catharine's College.. Blundellsands. Charterhouse.. Knockaverry. Miss E. W. Cardiff.. LiNDSELL. Essex. A..A.D. S.A. R.. Birmingham. B. N.. 324. 204. Canon W. E.A. J.. Yorks.. Oxford. W.... E. Rt. Felixstowe. Headingley College. Old Palace. Clitheroe. M.. F.. Training College for Women. Fitzjohn's Avenue.. L. Perry Barr. Newnham College. H. Pudsey. H. A. Hon. W. St. J. Rev. M.. Oxford.. Lock. Birmingham. B..W.. LL. Guiseley. J. M. W. Stanley House. Lindsay. S. the Lord Bishop of. The Vicarage. Earl. Lincoln. L. Administrator's of South. 39. G. Lewis. M. Long. D. Lewis. D. Lichfield..

W. B.A. a. A. School House. John's Wood. LowRY. Brighton and Hove High School. Wales. R. Miss E. MacVey...A. D. MacInnes. Oxford. Ham Common. Eton College. Miss C. Miss G. Macnaughton. Ltttelton. A.. B... Miss E... Eev. J. B.B.A. MacGregor. Mackenzie.A.. W. G.. W.P. W. Lewisham. near Richmond.. Fev. MACLEOD.Litt. M. Windsor. Head Master. N. Colfe Grammar School. M..Y. S.. Beds. Lower Sloane Street. Kensington. W. G. W. Eton College. W. M. 27. L"SON. Cambridge. M.APPENDIX 56 LovEGROVE.. M. 1L. Luton. a. Macurdy. D.. A. MacVay. Hillborough Road. L. Springwood. LuPTON. M.A. St. Roundhay.W. W. M. M. J. T.F. Lush. Lts. M. . Macnaghten. Vassar College. Calcutta. *Macan. Ruthin School.. J.A. Queen's Gate Gardens.. Winandermere... British Censor's Office. *LuBBOCK. Miss A.. 15. Ruthin. S. S.A. Impington Park. Poplar Avenue.A. M.. Montpelier Road. Master of University College. Windsor. W... Windsor. Luce. Eton College. J.. •Ltttelton.. D. U. 35. D. W.A. Tonbridge. Worcester College.. W. Poughkeepsie.. W. Liverpool. Macmillan. N. LuPTON. 181. Mere Road. M. Wadleigh High School.. New York City.A.E.. Carnagh.A. Uxbridge Road. Uppingham School. H.. Leeds. Mackesy. B.... F. Ph. The Old Christopher. H.. Arthur. Oxford.. LUNN. B. M. LuNHAM.E. Church High School. F. Windsor.. U. S. Pembroke Gardens.A. G. B.. T. Bombay Co. *Macnaghten. Brighton. Cheshire.D. E. a. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Netherfield Road. Lucas. Miss S.D. Liverpool.. 52. Eev. G. p.. M. Miss A. T. Liverpool.W. University Club. Eev. Macfarlane-Grieve...A. Ilkley.A.Litt. Victoria Settlement. LuMB. Ealing. P. Bowdon.A.A. Boulogne Base. London. LL. E. 6.S.....A. C. West Heath School.A. Gt.. Queen's Road. Eton College... Ron.. H. Sui'rey.M.S. W. Miss M. J.. Mackail. C. N. Ltd. Rutland. P.. W. the Hon. Red Gables..Litt. F. Macfarlane.B. W. Rfiv. Leicester. Crosby.A....

N. E C. M. Manchester. Manchester. Head Master. H. J. Miss D..W.D. B. M. University College of Wales. B. Mrs. Rev. R. C. G. Miss A.. Stonyhurst College.. Oxford. M. 8 J. P. Berks. *Malim. Croydon. H.B.A. Hyde Terrace. Prof. Bombay.. W. Newnham Matthew. 37.. Martindale..A. Miss A. Girls' Grammar School. 70. Mainwaring.. Rev. p.A. Rev. Matthaei. M. D. L.. 26. Marsh. Finchampstead.. M. K. 2. M. Martin. A. Marchant.A. H. Elphinstone College.... Manchester. Oakhill. Marshall.. Rev. Fallowfield.A. M. Bradford. Siam..A. M. Marillier. Cambridge. *Mason. D. Mallinson. E. 129. John's Wood Park. Manchester.A. B. Provost of Queen's College... Rev. D. College. near Bangkok.. Mansfield. Marrs. Puck's Wood. Bombay. Alice Buildings. Martin.. West Kensington.. Malden.. Mathews. B. Nantwich Road. Bishop's Court.. N. J.. Rev. Ovingdean Hall.. H. W. Canterbury. Marshall. Blackburn. Hampstead. Marshall.A. E. L. C. Miss L. ls\. Rev.. R.. Magrath. Hampstead. Demesne Road. Malim. M. M..D. the Lord Bishop of. C. M. W.G.A. 11. M. South Ampleforth College.. Haileybury College. M. F. St. Canon A.A... *Mason. Lincoln College.A. M.. Brighton.. Brighton. Rev..A. Miss M. S.. C. Cuthbert's Grammar School. J. R. Matthews. H. Hulme Grammar School. Ovingdean Hall. Paul's School. Rt. Oxford. LL. D. York.. H. Oxford. Pearce.A. C.. King's College. 1. . Muswell Avenue. Wilbraham Road..A. Stalls. Newcastle- on-Tyne. M. Leeds. Bangkwang.J. E. D. Miss C. M.A. T. 3. Masham.... J. A. Malton.. B.. B.. Crewe. W. Matheson. Savile Road. Hornby Road. Bedford. The Precincts. Stoke-on-Trent.A.A. 44. E. Aberystwyth..A. Sydenham Road. M.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 57 Madan. D. Massey.. Herts.W. Mrs. St. Mann. The Crescent. St.A.. Muswell Hill. Merchant Taylors' School. Belsize Park Gardens. S.A. K.. Rev. E. Marshall.A. W... Rev.

G. Baukside.C..A. Milne. 46.W. St. V. Rev. Rector of Lincoln College. Clifton. L. M... Lady Margaret Hall. Monk. Doncaster..A. Miss E. B..A. N. Manchester. S. Prof. C. Shrewsbury House. McMurtrie..L.S.. Farnham. M. Whitehall. McCrea. Prof... 105..C.).. R.C. Mavrogordato. Kensington.. M. M. Miss G. McClure. Miller.A. Miss G. Warlbeck. C. B.. C. Miss B.A.S. S.I. M. G. 36. School. W. W. P. Miles. Crieff. Merrill. Bristol. C.A.A. S.. D. Sir Henry A. King Edward VI. Peak Hill. Goldhill. T.. G. *Mayor. R.'Q. McElderry. M. Ladbroke Square. U. Miss M. A. Meiklejohn.Glenearn.. Wakefield. Mills.D.. W. N. Linnell Close.. Hon.. H. Sir J. May. St. Eastbourne.R. Rev. E.A.. Thorne Road.. McCoMBiE. E. E..W. W. 40.. G. D. M. George's Square. G. C. J. N. Prof. Eversley Crescent. B.A. M. S.. G. S. Bromsgrove School. Michael. Oxford.A. Oxford. H. Merry. Holland Road. The Lawn.A... G. M.R.. F.Mattingly. S. North Bailey.. 47..B. McCroben. MiERs. Mill Hill School. M. C. Oxford. M. *MiLLARD. McL. B. Merrick. Miss G... Canonbury.Sc.. Hampstead Garden Suburb... T. LL. Ardgriana.. W. K.A. Ilkley.. McKay. Oak Drive. G. Sydenham. *McCuTCHE0N. The War Oifice. M.. D. E. Merton College. R. Surrey.S. British Museum. 14. Middlesex. J.D.A. H. M. Measures. N. Isleworth. Somerset. Bi-omsgrove. London. Rugby.. M.. McAnally.S. Vice-Chancellor of the University. S.C... J. Gordon House. Mayall. 5..A. MiLLiNGTON. B. M.. S. Birmingham. W. James's Street.. E.. 43. M.A.... 97.. W. Manchester. Rev..L. B...A.W. Montague. Board of Education. Belgrave Road. B.A. M. Prof.A. H.A.. Letch worth. D. J. Rev.W.A.Q. D.W. Whitehall.. B. 110.A. Viscount..P. B.. Rev.W.. Durham.. Mi ALL.. W. F. University of Chicago.. (Scot. INl.A.Mus.E. Brooks's Club.D.B. Girls' High School. C.B. J. M. Miss K. Queensgate House. Stafford. F. Mayor. H. •Mayor.W...A. MiLNER.. Fallowfield.. Maufe.. B. Surbiton. Norton Way N. F.Sc.G. Canynge Square. F. Surrey.E.C. MicHELL. H. R.M. N. St. High School for Girls. a. Bede's School.. Kingston Hill. M. A. Miss B.. MiTCHEBON. Rt. J. T. Galvvay. Compton Road. LL.A. Milverton. V. . Perth Road.. 16..A.

Rev. Board of Education. J. Mrs. G. Moore.. Nairne. Morison.C.. *Myres. A. Flowermead.. J. Christ's Hospital. S.. Whitehall. Nairn. County High School. Grosvenor Road. S. A. Moss. MuscHAMP. John.D. Grcenbank Cottage. Chislehurst.. Halifax...C.. T. W. Lincoln College. W. L. West Horsham. A.. Kendal. Prof J. 57. Moor. Merionethshire. W. MoNTEATH. Morris. Head Master.A. Sale..A. MusPRATT.. LL. H. M. Cleveland Square. Clifton Hill. F.. 1.. R. T.A.S. Liverpool. S..A.Montague. Prof. Ernest. Miss M. M. M.A. Derbyshire..A. Fallowfield.A... J. B. W. M. Miss B.. Bristol. Rev. 39.W. A.. A.... Viscount.. Manchester.Lilt. Cintra Lodge. Oxford. 4. Marine Parade.. Muir-Mackenzie. The Grammar School. Prof. Murray. Moore. India.G. G. MuNRO. Oak Drive. G.A.W. New Zealand... A. Rt. G. 101. D. S.W. Brackenside. M. J. G. Golder's Green. Alfreton Vicarage. Rev. LL. D. 4. E. M. B.. *MuRRAY. L. Corring Way. Otago High School. M. Reading. MoRLEY of Blackburn. Cheshire. P.D. M.. D. Didsbury College. A. Morton.M. Moor.C.A. LL. W. MoRiARTY.. S. O.A. Liverpool.. Old School House. K. Ahraerlnagar... E. Rev. Oxford. M. M. Murray. 50a. M. Hon.D. J. G.D.B.A.. near Oxford. H. Litt. S. Canada.. Albemarle Street.A. M. 10. Miss C. Westbury Road. Oxford. Myers. MoRiiis.A.. Moor. Oxford.. M... W. M.D. A. Leeds. 1. Dalhousie College. E.. G. M. Hyde Park Street. *MuMM.D. . Murray.. MouLTON. E. Christ Church. 32. John.. Grammar School..C. Prof. J.A. Clifton Hill. C..R.. Winchester. MoRRELL. Miss E.A.. E. Sir K. *MuRFET.. LL... Christ Church.W..L... Morgan.. Towyn. Mrs. Rev. K.A. Stratford Street. L.. Galway. Dorset.S. Dunedin. 27. N.. Manchester. Winchester.D. A. A. W. Banbury Road. I.. G. *MoxoN. Seaforth Hall. Highfield Park. Wimbledon Park. Cambridge. Moore. M. J. MussoN. Mill Lane..A. Prebendary H. Sherborne. M. F. Howard.A. Merchant Taylors' School... E. M... 1.

B. Lady Margaret Hall.R. M. School.M.S. Rev. Merton College.W.Chancellor of the University. M. W. Vice. Miss E.. Crieff. S. 'British Museum. Rt.. B. Bi'omsgi'ove. C.. High School for Girls. St. North Bailey. Stafford.. Prof. 5. W. Miss K.. Miller.A.L. F.C. F. N... Kingston Hill.. M. McCroben. R. Manchester.A. Mayall. M.C. M.L. E. The Lawn. J. Milverton. ^m. G. Birmingham. N.. H. Miss B...W. 46..S. G. 105. University of Chicago.. Prof.Mus.G. Mill Hill School. W. Miss M.A. E. Girls' High School. Whitehall. S. Bromsgrove School. B. Mayor.. B. M. M..A. B.A... H. H. Michell.C.Sc.A. Milne. Shrewsbury House. Meiklejohn. Middlesex.. McCrea. M.. B.. 110. Rev. Oxford.W.D.C.APPENDIX 58 Mattingly. F.D.. Warlbeck. 16. D.. G. S. J.A. Montague. Bankside. J. *Mayor.. J.. Wakefield. Sir Henry A.R.. MiERs. Michael.. Rev. *MiLLiNGTON. M. London. Miss G. C.. P.A. Miss B. W. Perth Eoad. Monk. T. Measures. Bristol.. D. St. F. MiLNEK.A. Gordon House. 47. *McCuTCHE0N. N. A.W. Rugby.D. C. Maufe. .E. B. Ardgriana. McElderry. Mills. Whitehall. Everslcy Crescent. (Scot. McMurtrie. Belgrave Road. Goldhill... M. Surrey.. LL..A. Oxford. B... Clifton. St. C.S.. Oxford. Fampstead Garden Suburb. Fullowfield. McAnally.. V... Frof. 14. Viscount. The War Office. S.W. Uev. H.). J.A. McCoMBiE.C. Durham. 97. Miles. E. H. 0.. T..B. George's Square.. B. B.A. M.. F.I. •Mayor. Sydenham. S.A. W. Miss G.A.. Galway..A..A. D. 40. Board of Education.. Somerset. S. Canonbury.. Merrick. M. M. Merrill. Thorne Road. Eastbourne. E.A. 43... Isleworth. a.J. K.A. Surrey. N. 36. May. Queensgate House. T.. L..W. Bede's School.. K.Glenearn. W. Canynge Square.O. M. McL. M.A. M. U. Farnham. W. Prof.. Manchester. E. Ilkle3\ Mavrogordato. Hon. R.. MiTCHESON. Rector of Lincoln College. G.A. G. Linuell Close. A. LL. Miss G. Norton Way N. Rev. G. R. McClure. Merry. M.B. N.. D.B.. *Millard. Oak Drive. C.. H.E. Holland Road. M.A. C.A. M. James's Street.. Surbiton. S. G.A.W. MiALL. D... Letchworth..S. King Edward VI..P. S. Brooks's Club. M..A. Doncaster. Peak Hill... Compton Road.Sc. McKay. Kensington... B.A. G. J. V. W. Ladbroke Square...

. Fallowfield.A... G. West Horsham. Muschamp.. E.A.. MussoN. L.. Prof J. Alfreton Vicarage.. Highfield Park. Otago High School.A. Nairn. A. Canada. D.W. E. Towyn.A. Mill Lane. J. J.. Cheshire. E. G.A. G.Lilt.B. . MoRiARTY. 57. Merionethshire.. Murray.. Rev: Prof A. I. Golder's Green. J. Mrs. India.S.. M.. E. Oxford. Albemarle Street. MoRias.. B. 3frs.. Winchester. M. B. Rev. Winchester.. Moor.C. Moss. Moore.. LL.. Sale.. L. A. L. M. Oxford. Christ's Hospital.D.. Dunedin. 1. J. near Morris. Elowermead. G. Murray. M. Oxford. H. Dalhousie College. M. Oxford.. J.. LL.M. 32.D. Stratford Street. M... S. 1. E. M.A.A. P. F. Merchant Taylors' School. Muir-Mackenzie. 10. Liverpool. John. 4. Old School House. Head Master.. Christ Church. LL. 27. Howard. Hon.A. Dorset.W. Manchester.A. Board of Education...D. T..D. Lincoln College. G. *MuMM. Rev. Oak Drive. Morgan. Cintra Lodge. W. J. Christ Church. N. Marine Parade. Ernest.C. E.A. Rev. M. M. MoRRELL. D. Oxford. Manchester. 39.W. R. Viscount.E. Brackenside. M.. *MuRFET. MoRisoN. W. G. J.. A.. 50a. S. John.. New Zealand. Murray. Clifton Hill. A. M. *Myres. Prebendary H. C. M. Didsbury College. MuNRO..A... Morton.. Moor.. Seaforth Hall. W. A. E. Myers. Litt. Leeds.. MouLTON.. Liverpool. S. County High School. Prof. Nairne. A. Westbui'y Road. *MuRRAY. Cambridge.. Grammar School. H. W. Corring Way.L.A. Reading. A.W. Rev. G. Grosvenor Road.. Chislehurst..D. Bristol.. Clifton Hill. Derbyshire.A. Miss C..C.. Greenbank Cottage. W. S. *MoxoN.. Sir K... K. K. M. Miss E.. M. Et.A. Ahmednagar. Moore.A. Moor. Miss M. Prof..C. Wimbledon Park. G.. O.A. A.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 59 Montague.. W. Whitehall. M. Cleveland Square. Halifax. Banbury Road.D.. W. 101.A..D. vS. M. MoRLEY of Blackburn. 1. D.. Kendal.C. LL. Galway. The Grammar School.. M...S. MoNTEATH. Miss B. Hyde Park Street... M. T. 4. MusPRATT. Moore. S. Sherborne.. A.A.

St. Oxford. M. Eastry.. S. Kidderminster. M. Hightown. Norfolk. B.. Miss B. Liverpool College.. M. NiCKLiN.. 65.M. Sussex. . T.A. Betteshanger.. Nicholson.A.... The Grammar School.C.... Miss A.. M. F.. J. M. *0ke.A.D. V. Winona. 4. LL.. Ninian Road. The High School. University House. G. Ealing. M.. O'Connor. Francis Xavier's. Nicholson. NowERS. *Newton..A. Hulme Hall.M. Tenandry.. K.. M..D.A. Portsmouth.. B. W. S. M. Surrey. T. Norfolk House. W.A. Rev.P. St. Old Square.A. a.P... P. Nightingale. Sidney House. F. W. Pittville Lawn. W. P. Oakeley. Godalming. Nolan. 25.C. Rev. Oxford. Dublin. Rev. Mount Park Crescent.A. M. U. T.. Prof.. Haslemere.D. H... E. W. South Australia.D.A.... O'Brien..A.. Marston Ferry Road.. Kent. M. 7. K. Ninian Road. M. O'Malley.. W. St. J. Birmingham... King's College.A. Newman. Nicholson. Miss J.. Hove. D. W. C.A. B. Frof. L. Grove City.. 9. Pinehurst. D. NicoL. Bruton. Grey Cottage. Eis Grace the Duke of. Blundoll Road. Marley Cottage. B. J. Minn.A. Lincoln's Inn. King's College. Oliphant. E. Miss M. Bristol. Newton. Cheltenham.J.A. NoRTHBOURNE. Norwood. Oundle.. a. Grove City College. Nixon. Litt.. H.. T. Cambridge.A. B. Orange.. Kensington 14. Sheffield.W. M. Rutland Park. Grant.M. Darnley. Grammar School. E. Adelaide. Crowborough.. Mrs. M. M..A. Lord. King's School.. Rt. Needham. Cardiff.APPENDIX 60 Nayloe. Norwood. Tunbridge Wells... M. Frof.. M. Square. Manchester..S. Norwood.. Manchester. 65. E. Newman. Miss H. M..A. Cardiff. 32. W.A. British Museum. B. B... Odgers. Neild. Pennsylvania. Norton. James's Square. Somerset. G. S. Miss H. D. A. Mary's College.. U.. E. Liverpool.A. Northants. Denmark Villas. *Newbold. C. Ph.A. Upper Gardiner Street. Didsbury.C.A. C. The High School. 1. C.. Ormerod.S. Rev. L. Broadwater Down. Lancaster Road. D. A. Liverpool. Uon. The Grammar School. Witney..G. Miss M. Bernard.R. The University.

. L.C.B.. . St. F. J. Pearman. B. 21.A.. *Pearson.. Brandenburgh Road. W.. B. *Pearson. S. Footscray. M. Huskisson Street. M.. Warlingham.. the Lmxl Bishop of^ Cuddesdon.. L.. Miss D. Parry. a. Somerville College.. A. Trinity College. O'H. A. See Bombay. King's School House. Canon R. Surrey.. Peake. Clapham. Pember. R. Paget. Wheatley. Pearce.. Page.. Dewhurst Road. E. Parker.B. B.. C. Andrews. Percival. R. a. Macaulay Road. J. A. E. J. Col. S.D. Penrose. Manchester.. Christ Church. Paterson. Owen. N.C. E.. Edgbaston. Clifton High School. S. Kensington. H. 16.A. Clapham High School. p. 27.A. Cohvyn Bay. A. M. High Master. Liverpool.. The Oratory School.. Owen. B. Oxford. Rev.. Bristol.D. Transvaal University College. 50. J. G. 78. Osborne. Rev. Rochester. Freshfield. Bishop E. M... Rydal Mount School.. Tatoi. B. Litt. E. M.. D. M. W. Albans. B..A... Principal.. Rev.. Secretariat. E. LL.. Miss E.A. Godalming. S. M. N. Papamosco.A. R. Paul. Bombay. Pantin. Bombay. Huddersfield. *Pearson. 17. Rev... Liverpool. M.. Chesterfield. p. Browsholme Hall.A. Kent. J. J.. Rev."M. Northmoor Road. Liverpool.A. M. E.A..A. Rt. Owen. Keble College. H. Oxford. M.. Abbey Park South. Canon T. of. Cardiff. Gairloch. Peacock.. I. Palmer.. Miss M. p. [Oxon. M. Woodcote. Miss E. Sefton Park... Westfield College.. E.. A. Papillon. C. nr. Small Cause Court.. M.A.W.A. Oxford. W. M. H. Paton.. M. Merton Court Preparatory School. M.. 39.S. Hampstead.A. Prof. . Birkby. Oxford... Worcester College.. Grammar School.A. Hall Place Gardens. F..NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 61 OSBORN. Parker. All Souls' College. E. Old Bailey.A.A. University Registry.. G. Pallis. Prof. Oxford. Nateby.D.. M.A..W. M. Seaford. St. Cambridge.. Oxford. B. Miss A.. Miss C.. C. Pendlbbury.Mus.A. Pretoi-ia. Birmingham. Cathays Park. E.A. M. Rt. Avondale Road. MA. Arlington House. R. Pereira. Stoke House. J. W.. Pavri. St. T. W..A. Miss A. N. Acrise. Clitheroe. Penny. W. Rev. Parry. S..A.. F. A. C.... Aigburth Drive. Parker. W.D.A.S. W.. Oxford.A. Gunnersbury.

Sidmouth.. Miss M. Cambridge. B. The University.. H.. G.. G.. Bradford Commercial Institute...A. PiLXiNCiTON. LL. *Pickard. 38. Canada. Rev. M. The Schools. County School. H.D.A. C. Pickard-Cambridge. Kensington. Well Walk. Miss E. B. Phillimore.... T... M.. Oxford. Poynter.D.W.. 21.. 5. Grondon.A. Oxford. Ovcrdale School. A. Bart. Peskett.. Mrs. D. Miss Peterson. B. Orme Girls' School..A. PoYNTER. N... Sir E. Pope. LL.D.. S.Litt. T. Pv. LL.W.A. Addison Road. M. Phillips. Pollard.. M.A.A. S.. Powell.. Newcastle-under-Lyme. E.. Principal W. Telegraph Chambers.. R.W. Southwold. Rev. L. M.. Peskett. M. Mrs.. Scotter. 60. B.C. Prof. Chester Terrace.L.. Forncett. St... J. Ushaw College.A. A. Powell. Liverpool. Powell. F. English Street. E. M. Mary's Coll(>ge.. Campden Hill. Ifiss H. Hon. St.. The Ousels. D. Staffs.C..APPENDIX 62 Perman.A. M. W. The Museum House. Pooley. L.A. Linnet Lane. Downpatrick. N. MssM. Lanes.A.A. 15.. Barnabas Road. G. W. Plaistowe.W. A. 70. Crowthorne. Litt. Plaskitt. Wellington Place. Mary's Rectory. PiCKARD. J.A. M. Lancaster Gate. Provost of Oriel College. M.. Michael's Hostel. Banbury Road. G.L. M. N. P. Oxford. M. M. C. Montreal. M.C. S. Phillips. 1. Shrewsbury. Briar's Hey.. The Athenaeum..D. U.. Pooler.L. Sir F..A.. Yorks. Miss Ida A. St. Pembroke Dock. Pickering. Durham. Litt. Prof. *Phelps...L. J... Lee. Bradford. Walm Lane. J. Pall Mall.. McGill University.B..A.. A..M. .. Settle. M.. Phipps. St. A. IMarket Street. Phillpotts.. M... D..M. PR.. Powys. W. M.. P. Cam House. S. a. Miss K... F.G. W. J.C. Pollock. B. M.A.A. Rev. W.. G. M. K. W. Norfolk.L. Grove Park.A. W. a. St. Balliol College. Kent. Powell.C. L.A. Crickle- wood. W. Platt. L. Oxford. Helen's.. Prof. Leeds.. 60. Pope. Rainhill. D. Oxford..E.. Bart. B. Poole.. Regent's Park. Sir W. Oxford. Rev. H. Hyde Park Place.. PosTGATE.. Bart. Cambridge.A. Queens' College... Miss D. Cambridge... Banbury P^xDad. 2fiss M. Magdalene College. Hampstead. PiPPET. M. M.

Dedham. Mrs. Wood Lane. 318.. Edgbaston. C. *Radcliffe. B.W.. A..NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Preedy.B. Prickard. Cambridge. King's School.. Leeds.A. Lewes House. H. near Ware. Linton Road. Rendall.. Rees.. B.C.A. G.C. Radcliffe. Queen's Road. Dublin.D. M.. Price. O.A. Ladies' College.A. Bombay... Park Road. J.A.O. W. West Roa<1. F. 36...D. 14. Miss F. M. Rtv. M. Liverpool Collegiate School. A. Litt. L.Sc. a. M.D. 6...A. W. Proctor. Birmingham. M. Essex. M..B. Miss E. Proud. Cheltenham. B.S... Edith Road.A. 35. Ramapillai.. Reade. near Leeds. W. N. T. Fleet. Pye. Jaffna. Fonthill. J..A. Ceylon. Prof J. Eton College. Christ's College. West Kensington. Blairgowrie. Ramsay. c/o Messrs.. Wallace Street. A. *Radford. B. Reid. Summer Lane.. East Grinstead. M. Highgate.. Sussex. *Raleigh. Eton College. Lewes.A. Cambridge.A. I. Prof. Oxford. The Queen Mary High School. Miss J. G.. R.. M.. Miss R. A. Withington. 8. India. *Rainy.P. Prof.S. The Hindu College. G. W. J. R. E. Shamley Green. G. J. M. Galway.. M. M. Rains. Miss K..S. C. W. Rawnsley. Gill & Co. B...A. A. F. H.A. F.T. M.R. Rackham. Guildford. Reeve.D. S. Ladybaru House School. N. Ph. Herts. Prof. M.. University College. PuRTON.. F. . K. Fort. Cambridge. Behar and Oiissa. Purser... Drumore. *Ramsay.R.. Trinity College.. 8. Dedham House.A.. R. H.. H. Manchester. QuELCH.D.D. Moscow Court. Pstrdie.. D.A.. Litt. Brondesbury. Litt. Uxbridge. Kingswood Avenue. Canterbury. Sussex. C. Prichard. Miss J. a. Mortimer Road. Prof.. M... H. Rapson. J. Rottenpark Road. Windsor. Stanstead Abbots. 12. N. Miss.. M... Champaran.A. J. Hillside 68 Gardens. G. The Grange.. Liverpool. J. W. M.. C. Hants. Miss K. Birstall. Women's Settlement.. Anfield. PuRDiE. 57..A. 29.S.. Windsor. Shotover. Birmingham. H. Rawlins... Litt. Liverpool. Headingley. *Rackham.. Prideaux..

E. B. Cambridge. Training College.. Liverpool. K. Reynolds. Wrexham. Oxford. R. Richmond. W. M. Roberts. Royal Hollo way College. M. Oxford. Jesus College. South Luffenham. Principal of University College. Wellesley Mansions. W. Yorks.A. Newcastle-onTyne. The Gables.A. The Lodgings. Ealing. N. J. St. Kingswood School.W. E. Aberystwyth. Winchester. H..A.... F. Sumner Place. M. Prof. A.... Kingsthorpe..D. M. E. :SIichaer8 Crescent. Beavor Lodge. W. Sutherland Avenue..A.. F. L. W.. F. M. B. M. West Kensing- E. Englefield Green.. M. T. King Edward VI.. Liverpool.. B. W. 156. B. M. S.E. 25.. Ridley.C. F.A. Flendyshe.A.B. J. Richards.D. W. Miss E. Hammersmith. Edward's College.W. E.D. M. Miss A...B. Eev. Howden..W.. J. M. W. Eev. A.A.W. Roberts.A. Richmond.ENDALL.. . Denbighshire..A... 3Iiss M. G. Brockley.A. New Street..D. 24.. Cardiff. 5. Girls' Secondary School.. Jiev. Girls' Grammar School.... 14. Leeds. Miss M. Robertson. M. M.. 13. v.. Miss S. The College. Miss 11. D. Ridgeway. M. Ritchie. Biadford. The Rectory. Stockwell Road. Yorks... Yorks. R. Rhodes.. Oriel College. Prof. 30.. LL. Rhys. Roberts.. Cambridge. Sir W. Roberts. Falkner Square... M.. W. G. Richards. Ridding. ton. 2Iiss 0.APPENDIX 64 *Kendall.. Fen Ditton.. Litt... T.A. M. S. Everton. Rhys. Richmond.. Richards. N. University College. Miss H... Trnmpington Street. M.. Grammar School.. Manor Road. Corfton Road. S. Richardson.A. 15. M. Prof..A. M. M.HOADES.A. RiQBY. Essex. S. E. Hampstead. Brighouse. Stamford. Elswdck Road. Richardson.D. 8. Richardson.. Richards. Bath. jRev. M. Roberts. Headingley. Ij.A..A. R. W. RiCKARDS. Kelvedon.A. Sc.A. Bartholomew Road. King Street.A. F. A J. Miss C. Litt. C. O. RioBY. Birmingham. F. St. Surrey. Westfield College. Blacktoft Vicarage. Head Master. 3.

Bac. J..A. RuDD. RoscoE. Newbury. Cardiff. Toronto. *Salter.. Streatley..A. Robertson. Leeds.. Lanes. M. RouGHTON. Beverley... G. Museum Road. E. H. BA.B. Bev. Swynford Croft. M. German Russell.. 10... G. Cottage. Andrew's Crescent. Viee-Chancellor. Hornby Road. J.. Malvern. Brighton.... ... St.. R.. The University. Robinson. G..A. Mi$g Place. RusHBROOKE.. RoTHFELD. 9 Bede's College. D.A.A. RowELL. Queen Anne's Gardens... I. M. L. S.. High Bank. India. The University.D. G. Rogers.. Donnington. A. West Hampstead.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Robertson. Aigburth Vale High School. A. N. Prof.. J. B. Perse School.D. W. L. Half Moon Street. Usley Cottage.S. a. Ross. W.. Tower Bridge. Grindlay Sale. Prof. Bombay. Stoneygate School. G. M.. Mus. B.W.. B. M.. G. Cambridge. of.A. E. The University.. E. 8. Trinity College. Winchester. The W. 65 D.. Miss M. Robertson.. H. K. Olave's Gi-ammar School. Berks... Bedford Park.E. Robertson. E. Oxford.. Sale. M... M. M.D. Rossiter. c/o Messrs. LL.D. *Sadlee. Mayfair. Leeds. Miss G..A. 7. Nagpur. *RousE. Manchester.W\ Sandat. Leicester. Leicester. 199. Elthain College. M. Salmon. 11. College Street. Bombay Presidency. Canada. H. Miss M. D. M..A. Vanbrugh Road. M. N. Litt.A. B. L. W. Manchester. Coldhurst Terrace.E. Jalgaon.C... Bedford Co. B. East Khandesh. The High School. Rev.. W. Bishop College. Salford. W. Rev. Miss A. Denham &..... Robertson. D. I. N. S. Robertson. G. Knighton Rise.. Prof. Park. Leeds. Otto. B. Christ Church.A. Central Provinces.. 5. M. London. M. S. RuBiE.A. Rt.. B.A. 40. Eev. Rogers. H. Rooke. A. Miss R. C. Didsbury.. the Loixl C. Mrs. W. D. C. Holy Trinity Vicarage. St. G.A. S. Packer's Close. Rogers. W.S. Oxford. Liverpool. 15. Roby. 39.C.. Burnley. St. Miss H. M.. W. Cambridge. *Rtlb. M. Nevern Road. Victoria College.A.A..

. Semple. Eton College. B. High School for Girls. C. SiDGWiCK. School House.. Beaumont College. J. W. M..A. E. Maresfield Gardens.. Prestbury. Sandys.. The Friary. Keble Road. Bijapur. Bailey.A. Saunders. Hindhead.. Shewan. C. Sargeaunt. A.A. Scott. E.A. Simpson. Manchester.A. King Edward VII.A. Westminster School.. Saunders. 4.A. Yorks.. M. Hampstead. D.A. MA. College House. P. Seebohm.D.D. SiLCOX. Grange Road.A.A..S. S.. Eton College. King's College. Old Windsor. Yorks Sharwood-Smith. M.. A. Well Road. Windsor. M. Cambridge.W. Miss A. Coalbrookdale.A. C.A. Gloucestershire. Rev. John's College. Sanderson. Sharp. Ponders End.W. Surrey.A. Simon.A. .A.. Scott. M.. Keighley.. M. 64. A. M. Miss E. S..J. Shannon. Litt. G. Yorks. Clarendon Villas. D.. Miss N. Skeel. W. Lytham. LL. M...A. St.. E. . Windsor. H. T. B. *Sharpley. B. Felix School.. v. School. F. Miss B. E.. Holly Hedge Cottage.. India..A. Miss C.. Seehof. M. Arnold. Prof.Litt. Hornby Road. C.. H.Sir J. Ortler. 2.. M. Miss L. Southwold. M. Miss E. Andi-ews. T. Joyce (No address). F. a.. Richmond..APPENDIX 66 Sanders. Sheppard. M.A. J. Sheppard. B. Hampstead. Oxfoi-d. ScoLES. M. c/o 17te Times of India.. Hymers College. Lawnhurst.. Hartley E-oad.C.. E. . Bingley. Town Custom House. N. Bombay. Dale House. Sandford.. Chalcot Gardens. *Sheepshanks. Cambridge.D.B. Sarson... H. N. Shropshire.W. Hull.. 15.. N. Saunders.A.. Hev. J. Oxford.A. R. a.. V.. P.. E...A. St. Newbury. D. *Slatkb. Woodstock Road. Iffley Road. D. Didsbury. Grammar School. 155.. Newnham College.. Shepherd. E. Parktown. Miss E. Sharpley... Staveley Road. Mrs. M. Slater.. J. F.. near Hitchin. Bev. Selwyn.. Oxford.. J. Fife.A. M. B. 1.. M. M. G. St. 5. Cambridge. Sands. Tunbridge Wells.. I. H. C I.D. St. Eastbourne. Miss A. Girls' ScoTT.. E. S. Cambridge. M. Yorks. T. The Knoll. Walter. John's House... C.W. M. Lund Park Manse. M. Bombay. Pocklington Grammar School. The School... Miss M. Oundle. S. E.. Simmons.. T.A. Exmouth. Oxford.A. SiKES. Sing. B.

Prof. Trinity College.A. G. M. Headmaster..W. 5. Bath.S..A. Rev. Smith. J... Miss A.D. Warden of New College. Devonport. R.. 33. B. Leigh. A. Smith. Kennington Park... Linnet Lane.. Hull.A. H. The School.. A..A. Canon A... Temple Gardens. D. Stanley-Jones. SowERBY. SoNNENSCHEiN. Beaconsfield. Christopher's. Miss E..A. Steele. (War Service). Monkton Combe School. E.. Spooner..C.A. M.A. Horton Place. E..B. J. S. Clevedon..... Viale Milton. M. M. Rucker. Gloucester Place. W.. L. Pali Hill. Budeaux. Smith. G. Bishop's House. Shei'borne.A.. Caii'o. Cardiff. D.. F. Rev.. Northwood.i/zss S. *Stawell.... Steavenson. Government House. Oundle School. Grammar School.. Prof. Smith. J. M. Liverpool. City of London School. M. *Smith. N. Solomon. The University.. Spalding. St. J. Prof.D. David's. F. 12. M. S.. Rev.A. M. M. Italy. Frankfort. M.Litt...A. SoNNENSCHEiN. J. Girls' High School. Prof. ..A.. J. T. Oxford. Whitburgh.A.. Westminster. Board of Education. India.. 4. Miss F. Edgbaston. M.A.. Embankment. Magdalen College. F. *Sloman. The Rectory. P. B.. Calthorpe Road. Miss E. Reynolds Road. M.A.. The Turf Club. B. M. I. E.. Smedley.C. p. Karachi. 3frs. Leicester. E. M. S. Beds.. Cambridge. J. J. S.Leicester. Hymers College. *Smith. St. Miss M. Oxford. 30. E. a.. Liverpool. A. A. Birmingham.48. 3. Sloane... T.. D. D. I. Smyth. Allensbank. Toronto. Linnet Lane. Ladbroke Square. Middlesex. M. STENHOUSE. University College. W. Smith. W. Miss W. Ceylon. V.E. Southwark.. Sheffield. WyggestonGirls'School. K. M. C. Colombo.. Sydney.. Austin.. H..NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 67 Slater. Bedford Park. J. Portman Square. M... J. Municipal Secondary School. Squire.D. Liverpool. W. Sloman. Smith.A.A.. H. Bombay.C. E. N.W. G. Mrs. B. L.. Rev.D. O. Northants. M. Newton Grove. SowELS. Whitehall. Broomhall. Smith. 35.A.A. Mackenzie Orescent.. Berkhamsted. Florence. Steele. New South Wales. Miss G. 13. S.. Herts. Sleeman.A. M. E. Stanton. St. W. Canada... Smyth. Sandy. M. Pt. Smiley. Christopher's. H.A.A.A. Southwell. Welford Road. E. *Spilsbury. M. the Lord Bishop of. Durham. Greycoat Hospital. J.A. M. St. Victoria Smith. M...

. C. Strong.A. Strangeways. St.. Birmingham. M. Stuttaford.A. Carmarthen. B. Leeds.. Hampstead. Storr.A. Kent. R.W. Miss N.A. M.. W. F. Trinity C'oUege. Sheffield. Stevenson. The MaU House. St. Stokoe. Stuart. Clair. St. Cardiff.D. Ashby de la Zouch. George. Stoneman. 4. Gt. D.. Prof.. B. Windsor. M. J. Dover S. The High School.. Queen's Gate. Hayes.Litt. Christchurch. H.. Stokes. George's High School for Girls. Essex. Bombay. 37. Sutton.. 37. Lady wood Cottage. Sykes. St.. Christ Church. Miss J. The University. 340. Rev. M. Stobart. 133.G. G. Strong. L. Sydney-Turner. Stewart. T. Prof. Steuart. The Malting House. Stock. Essex. Stevenson. The White House.A. Miss E. .D.. F. Dean of Christ Church. M. C. S. J.. New Zealand. Westminster. E. E. Mrs. Apollo Street.A. Eudclifle Rise Road. B.. Sheffield. 16. B.D. Redington Road.. John's College. Melville Street.C. a. D. Edinburgh. M... Trinity College. W\C.. Miss A. H. J.. Canon R. D. W.. Oxford. LL. Miss E. Cambridge. London. N. Sykes.. Cambridge. Sykes. M.D. Sheffield. Miss E.. Hope. Glossop Road. High School. A. Oxford. Stewart.. Wanstead. Rev. West Kensington. Street. Trumpington.... Norfolk Park.... G. E.. a.D..A.. Cambridge. D.. Grosveuor Road. Oxford. 38. Radley College. c/o Kalli Brothers.B. Park House.A.A. Cambridge. Albemarle Club. F. Ormond Street... J. E. C. Preston. D. M. C. The Park School.APPENDIX 68 Stephanos. Swallow.. *Stuart.. Stewart. Felsted..W. Edith Road.. M.. Prof W. Sutherland. W. Eton College. Roundhay. Ravenstone.A.. Glencoe Road. Carmelite Street. M. *Stone. M. 40. University College. B.A.. A. Canterbury College. J. Very Rev.. C. Oxford. R. Miss E. M. Abingdon. MA. Rev. 4(j. L.A. W. B.A. M. Mecklenburg Square. 15. S... Strudwick. Nottingham.H. Tonbridge. M. W..A.A... H. M. L. C..A.. City of London School. Stephenson. L. Rev. Stone. Cathays Park. LL.. The School House. Stocks. E. M. Stevenson. W. J. Storr-Best. Summers. J.. University College.A. Arthur.D. Arthur. 5.

(War Service).A. M.C. S. Shiba Ku. Trevone.. B. C. Primrose Hill Road. 40.A.B. Penywern Road.A. 2. R. Woodlands. •Tanner.L.. K. E.A..A. U. Thompson.A. Bradford....E. New York. I Manchester. Regent's Park. Talbot. L. Maunde. Brighton.S. Bucks. Miss E. Tokyo. M. B. Girls' Grammar School. A. Tennant. Abingdon. London.F. Dublin.. M. J. 46.. Thomson...A.E... The Manor House. Cambridge. Redland High School. Thallon.C. D. M. Somers Place. We.A. Rev. Thompson. H. Grove Park. Taylor. N. B. Herts. M... W. Northcourt.. S. Cyrus. N..O. C. Little Trinity. Syson... Sir E. Hayton. Miss Terry. R.A.A.W. F.W. Taylor.. M. M.W. F. Miss M. Baring Road. Prestwich. C. The Greenhow. Vassar College.A.. E. St. Thomas.. A. W. E. M. Hackney Downs School. A.. S. J. F. M. Taylor. R. M. M. 16.W.W.. Manse.. M'ssM. J. U. Wimbledon. Tatham. Rev... Tatton. Park View Terrace. M. Thackeray.. T. Miss M. S.E.. Taylor. S.. G. Harcourt Street.W..A. J. Montrose. Royal Holloway College.B. 11. Weston-super-Mare.. M. Surrey.st Deyne. Miss G.E. D. F.. The Boltons.Litt.. Beechwood. Lake Boad.A. Japan. British Museum... N. H. . Taylor. Baring Road.C. J. John.A. Miss E.Sc. M. Talbot. Bullgill.. San Kocho. Tabor. Lisson Grove. B. Poughkeepsie.A. A. Uppingham. M. M. Dunmarklyn.. Rev. M. 438. B. S... H. S. Northwood. 4. J. M. Taylor. Surrey.A. Grove Park. Thomas. Miss L. G. Taylor. N. M. A. Mrs. Englefield Green.A. Fishguai-d.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 69 Symes.. Thompson. Koranji Gakko.. Bedford College. Joseph.. Taylor. W.Litt.A. Plymouth.. B. M. Whitehall. St. Stanhope Gardens. J. Miss I. S. Thompson.W.A.. Miss A. Taylor. C. S..A. India Office. Thomas. 19. Thompson. Bristol. Mutley. Tarrant. Cheam.. F. Mayfield. W. F.W. Clapton..A. Gerrards Cross. G. Cumberland. M. 15. M. M.. Woodlands. D.. Cheshunt. H. Tayler. M. Sussex.. Middlesex. Marsham Lane House. Thomas. 12. Ph. Miss D.A. Vergam Tcn-ace. Miss M.. Taylor..D... Bury New Road.

B. Miss E. M.. S. A. M. Verrall.A. LL. Hertford. M. 34.. L. H. Tyttenhanger Lodge.. II. Selwyn Gardens. Sydney.. The Gables. 2.. St. B. Lincolnshire.. Selwyn Gardens... Vakil. Wollington College... M..A. M.A. M. Chester. a.A. M. Cambridge.A. B. 174. M. M. Christ's Hospital. .APPENDIX 70 Thorneley. Ashfield. N... M. P.. M. H. M.... IJpcorr. R. *TowER. C. Miss B.A. F. Godalming... R. Horsham. V. Thetford Road. M.. Redland. Hyde.A. The Lodge. S. M.. W. Hove. Peter's School... Thring. Ovingdean Hall. Tyler. E... 8. *Vaughan.A. Tressler. Hove. Cheltenham.. West IJpcoTT.C. M. Vaugiian. B. W. Vernon.. a. W. M. M..A. W. F. Lyttelton Road.A... M. Hants. Towers. Miss E. *Trollope.. Cambridge. *Vaughan.. 29. H. Vince. The Lord Bishop of. 16.A. Reading.A. S. Gresham VUla.A. A J.. ToD. Vaisey. Haileybury College. W. Sher bourne Lodge.... Liphook. F. Grassendale. Truro. S. B.. M. Leamington. Windsor. Liverpool.A. A. Onel College. M. W. 14. A. Mrs. Norfolk. Miss E. King's Gardens. Birmingham. A. T.A. c/o Messrs. R. Berks.A.. Tombs. XJnwin. H.. E. Trayes. (No address). L. Miss B. M. Turner. New Maiden. TiLDESLEY. Rev. Ure. M.A. Kensington Park. M.. M. The Wick. Cook & Sons.. Vaughan..M. Miss W.B.A. Lincoln's Inn. Rt. Cheltenham. Cheshire.A. York.. 0. Miss F. Magdalene College... N. M. Tottenham. B. M... New Square. 5..A.Jones... Bristol. Bramshott Rectory. The College. Wimbledon. C. Compton Road.. Toyne. Bombay. W.A.. Nunclose. S. Beechcroft. L. Wellington College. T. Truro. Miss E.A..A. M. a. a. Thornton... Seaford. Varley. E. Holt. Rokeby Avenue. C. The Palace.A. M. TiLDESLEY. Normanhurst. Berks.A. Dee Fords Avenue. Oxford. M. Rev. Bombay.... The College. 11. Brighton. TowNSEND. Esplanade Road. Veysey.. Eton College. Turner. University College. Market Street.. de G. Prof.W. Edgbaston. TiLLEY. M. S. New South "Wales. Sussex. Charterhouse. 3. Stanley Gardens.A. TiTHERiNGTON.. Rev. Louth.A. Sui-rey. Cambridge. B. The Lodge.A. A..

D. W. Halesowen. B. Strand...A.R. Rev. B. S.. Chigwell School.A.. Ward. YiRGO.A. Kent Town. Sir Herbert. Nottingham. West Park.. Momignor B.. Warner. Technical College. Derwent Road. Sfc.S.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 71 J.A. M.. Prestwach.. Walker. Regent Lodge. M. Lewes House.C. Flamstead. M..A... Walker. C. Cambridge. Mass. M. Bradfield College. Rt. Walters. M... F. Walker. Warburton.. J. Christ Church. M.. Sedgeley Park. M. H. S. Sir C. Bosloe. Rev..L. G. Uddingston. B. Ward. The Oaks.. H. Wai^e. J. W. 3.. Clare College. Warren.A.... Cambridge.. Queen Anne Terrace. E. 87. Prof... G. Master of Peterhouse.. Rev. King's College. Albans. Oxford. British Museum. Wace. Walker. Beaconsfield. Sherwood.A. near Falmouth. M. Prince Alfred College. Leeds. M. The Grammar School. Roxborough Park. Braeside. Bishopsgarth. Essex. Cambridge. The Grammar School... Miss D. Ward. Miss C.. Newtonville. Mansfield Street. Warner. A. M. M. B. M. Edmund's College. Huddersfield. W. the. E. M. Sir A. Worcestershire..V. Leslie Lodge.A. Queen's College. Berks.Litt.. K. 44. 3Iiss E. . Rev.A.A. Rev. M. U. Hendre. F..A. H..A. Sir G. 10. F. a.B. Oxford. D. W.. Manchester. M. Fulneck School. M.. Ward. Scotland.. Walker. W.A.. S. H. Leeds. W. Harrow on the Hill. W. King's College. Ward... B.A.A.. Wager.. Walters.A. Headingley. St.C. Litt... Waddell. W. F. Wardale. D. Walder. near Leeds. Lewes.A. M.A. M.D. Walker...C. Wakefield. Walde.. Durham. Warren. 79.A.. *ViNCE. N. W.D. E.. D. Lord Bishop of.A. Warman.O. North Bailey. M. President of Magdalen College. W. E. Palmer's Green. Walker.C.S.. Crafts Street... P. Old Hall.. 43. L.. E. Prof. Litt. M.D. Rev. Rt. Wallace.. M. Miss I.A. J.. A. C. Waldstein.. 141. R. Cambridge. The Grammar School.. Wakefield. Miss M.A. Manchester.A.. Albert Avenue. a. South Australia.Sc... D. M. H. Oxford.

King's College. Sussex Street. Nelson. Bramshaw.G.. J. Home Office. M.A. M. Wadham College. Merchant Taylors' School. Whibley. Wells. L. Gipsy Hill. Waterfield. Whiskard. H. W.. Oxford. W. East Sheen. B. Rev.. Sedbergh.A. Michigan. M. Michael's Terrace.. U. S. 10. Hertford. Higher Broughton. Welldon.. White-Thomson.A. Derbyshire. Wedd. Pemberley Crescent.. Runnymede. S.A.A.A. H.A.A.. N. Watson. Miss E.. A. Watson. B. 37.A. Newnham College.D. White. Bedford. B.. J. S. Rev.W.. F. 7. Weber. Waters.A. Pembroke College. Watkins. M. Rev. B...O. St. M..A. Wells.E.. M. C. N. Webster. Mass. T.. Wales.S..A. M. Litt. Hans Place.. S.. Watford. Watts.. J. Howell's School.... M.. A. E. Cambridge. Lanes.. 41. B. H.A.. M.. Waterlow. Rev. Miss J. G. W.The Deanery. G.A.. Ipswich.A. Wimpole Street. Cambridge. 7...L. H. Whitehall. B.. Mount Charles.. A. J.. Weech. Williams. Westaway.S.A.APPENDIX 72 Waterfield.. Bishop.. Sydney. G.D.. St.. White..D. Eamsgate.A. Magdalen College. Southsea. Abercromby Square. C. Principal. London... p. Rt. Paul's Vicarage. M. Miss A. S... School House. 19. M. E. a. White. B. Windsor. Wavendon Manor. Waters.A. C. K. E. Woburn Sands R. Whibley... Oxford. Wedd.A.. Whishaw. M. M. Miss E. Miss L. N. N. Leicester.A. 39.. B. University of Michigan. Manchester. Berks. . 1.S.. !M. East Sheen Avenue. R. W. Watson. Cambridge. D..A. Oxford. R. D.. Webb. M.. Crich Common. M. Wenley.A. U. The Dene. M..A..W.C. Upper Cheyne Row. A.. Harvard University. Ann Arbor. B. W. Surrey. LL. C.A.. Corran.A.. •Wells. Beds. N. Hillbrow. Cheltenham College.. School House. M. Waterhouse. Leeds.. M. H.A. Whincup.. Yorks. 7a.. E. Miss G. 6. Miss E. W. Belfast. Prof.A. Caterham-on-the-Hill. Warden of Wadham College.A. G. The Wyggeston School. Victoria Road. Mrs. Liverpool. M.W. B. Rugby. Watkins. Prof.. Haileybury College.. Miss E.. L. Eton College. Headingley... S..A. P.. Cambridge.. M. Went. M.W. White. Bracknell. Webster. Denbigh. Matlock Bath. M.

Eon.A.. C. Windsor. A.. W. N.. Brantwood.A..A. H.... Willey.. Bangor. BA. Sind. M. Montreal. 70. Williams... W. Bombay. Bev.B. B. India. B. LL. Oxford.. Grammar School. a. M. M. Remenham Rectory. Williams. Solva. M. Williams.S.. 10. Spenser. B. WniTTY. Willis... 10 . Williamson. 46. S. A. 3Iiss M.... a. G. H...P. Hertford College. The College. Williams. A. 46.. 3fiss M. Oakley Street. H.. Wales.A. Rt. c/o Town Custom House. Barnsley. J. H. 31. 102. Whitley. Magdalen College. M. Park Road.A. I... J.. M.. Glynn. Cambridge.C.Litt. M. Spenser Road. Hanover Square.. F. C. Eton College. University Club for Ladies. F.. The University.. B. N.. Wilson.A. The High School. Stanley. Willis. 4.. Pendleton.. Savile Club. B. Hyderabad. M. Rev. Pembrokeshire. field. Bombay. Wiiyte.. M. Rev. Bedales School.A. M. Williams. W.) Willis. Longman Road. Willis. Wild.. Yorks..A. R.A. Greengate Sti*eet.A. Castlemaine. F. Banbury Road.. Oxford. W.A. Williams.. Trafalgar Institute. Bangor. Canada. Miss J. Warwick Avenue. R. M. The Ryleys. M..A. 99. R..A.. W. H.. Miss E.. M. WiQGLEswoRTH. 73 Fallow- Manchester. S.NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS Whitehead. Malabar Hill. Eastbourne. Cheshire. Hobart. B. M. Williams. Sligo.A. Oxford. Williams. Wilkinson. G. Talerddig. ^f^ssT. Oldham.. ^Whitehead.. L. Fordhook Avenue. Miss J. Prof. I. L. Prof. 9.. George Street. West Didsbury. Wilson.W.A. Tan-yr-allt. 107.. W. Friars' School. H. Hudson.. 3Iis3 F. A.C. N. Williams. Hants. Plas Tirion. T. W. E.. Williams. J.A. Selwyn College. Rev. Withington Girls' School.S. N. Leeds. J. Chelsea. R.. J. R W. G. Halifax. Misa S. M. Alderley Edge. Whitesione. H. Tasmania. Victoria. (No address. Manchester. *Whitworth. Piccadilly. Wales. M..A. M.. M. B..A. A. A. Henley-onThames.A.A.. M. Williams. Williams. Ealing.A. Bedford.. H.. Whitwell. Manchester.A. Petersfield. B. Wilkinson.

. Birkenhead. Victoria College. Wren. Miss M. WoRLEY. S.... J. Olave's School. Miss Avery. E. M.A. Bishops Stortford.A. Temple Newsam. New Cross. Banbury Road.C.. T. Yule. R.A. C.S. A.. L. High School for Gurls. Jersey. WiSHAET. Manchester. R. Wright. Bentley Road.. M.. M. Leeds.. B. Ros. York. Wood. Redcliffe Gai-dens. E.... Cambridge.. S.W.A.. M. Bradford. M. Worrall..A.. 2. A. H. The School. I. East Cowton Vicarage. Yorks. Miss A. St. Fulham. Young.A. Woods.A. St. North Finchley. Training College. Oxford. M. Thackley. The Grammar School. Leckhampton. B. H...W. Miss M. A. Wood. Miss E. Beckbury Hall.. W.. Yate. York. S. D.L. Litt. Woodward. King's Lynn. Malton. Oxfoid.A..s-shire. S. 78. 119. .A.A.D.S. Shifnal. H. Rev.. a.. M... H. M. BA. B. 3£iss M. London. M.. The Vicarage. M.D.. Miss J. WiTTON. 10. Herts... Lieut.A.S. Moss Hall Lodge.E.APPENDIX 74 Wilson. P. Rev.E. Birkenhead High School. R. Miss H. M.. Lanes. Christ's Hospital. Young.. WooLRYCH. J.. *S'm' W. John's Park. West Horsham.. N. MA.. Miss T. •Yates. M. Leeds. E... M. WoRSLEY. Northallerton. 13.A. Shipston-on-Stom\ School. West Kilburn.W. Grammar Wyse. T. Tarradale. Balliol College.A. S. The University. F. B.. McKinnon. Oxford. 86. New York City. B. Cheltenham.. Durham. F. R. Columbia University.. N. Woodward. Wye. S. Wye. Wright. 56. M.A. Failsworth. Pudgefield Terrace.. The Most Rev. Wood. Wynne-Edwards. W. M. J. Bishopthorpe. 31. Gifford. F. Wood.. Eepton. Prof. F. Bradford. The College. Hovingham Hall.... Hurlingham Court.A. M..A. School House. B. Warrington.. M. F. L. Wood.. B.A.. Halford. Bombay. WiNFiELD.. F. II071. Eastbourne.A.A. The Archbishop of.. Secondary Training College. WoRTERs. WiNBOLT. S. Wood.P. A. a. Aske's Haberdashers' School for Girls. Girls' School. -Col. Wood. Saffrons Road...A. MA. Keslake Road. Winwick Street. Rev. S. E.A. Bart. F. H.. R.D. Ph.. WoTHEESPOON.. Wright. M.. L.. USA. Yorks. Haldon. LL. N.. Woodard. G... Leeds. H. a.

Sion College.S A. U.A. Sotheran & Jersey.. A. D. Miss K.C. Gt. Public Library. University of Chicago.A. Literary and Philosophical Society.A.C. W. c/o Messrs. J. W. c/o Co.S.. Manchester. U.S. TOMBS. Lake Forest College. F.. Cowl.iJ/mE. Mount Ilolyoke College. C0WPERTHWAITE.S. Stevens 4. Willis. Boston. Cardiff. St. Stevens & Brown. M. 14. Trafalgar Square. LIBRARIES Public Library.A.S. Glasgow.— NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS 75 Zachary. S. University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire. NOTICE The Hon. London Library. University of California. Miss A. Princeton. W. Miss E. James's Square. A. U. Library of Congress.C. Trafalgar Square. California. Ontario. J. D. Washington.. University of Melbourne. Thoresby High School. North Street. U. Mitchell Library. Massachusetts. G. Eussell Mansions. New Princeton University. F. Lake Forest. Texas. R.A.W. Newcastle-on-Tyne. The John Rylands Library. Copley Square.C. Massachusetts.A. R. S. E. New Bridge Street. U. W. Berkeley. Leeds. Treasurer will addresses of the following be glad Members Blundell. University of Kingston. Fro/. P. J. University of Texas. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Messrs. South Hadley. Russell Street. Austin. & Brown. Illinois. Newcastle-on-Tyne. U. Gt.A.. U. T.E.S.A. Deansgate.C.S. .. E. 140.. B. c/o Messrs. Literary and Philosophical Society. 0. 4. Crawford. B. B. Victoria Embankment. ZiMMERN. Victoria. to receive the present : Davidson. Strand. Sing.

H. Rev. Finchampstead. Brinton. Kindersley. J. M. Cattley. J. L. E. S. J. Windsor W. Coll.Canon A. W. Names marked * denote the Local Correspondent for the should ie consulted. . H. G. Creed. .. Prof Sir C. E. A. F. . Wli it worth. Campbell. Churchill. J. Roscoe. D. Miss M. G. C. W. Finch. Tatham. Ansten-Leigh. F. Reid. MackesT. C. Ure. — Cambbidgeshieb Beckwith. Robinson. J. Beading Eppstein. Slater. Llewel- . Marsh. R. . Stone. K. E. E. R. 'Rackham. Beekshibe— A bin g don . E. T. A. E. . Afortimer Bingham. W. D. H. Cornish. A. Wellington —continued Blakiston. M. E. Rev. W. Sheepshanks. W. H. Wells. intended for reference only. P. Mansfield. Wycombe Abbey Daniel. Miss C. Kyrke-Penson. Prof. A. Sloman. Hon. E. Woburn Sands Whibley. Rawlins. N. F. F.) (nis Buckinghamshire ENGLAND — Eton Bedfordshibb Bedford Broadbent. Wilkinson. P. St. K. Rev. Cains College Allbutt. Miss A. C. A. A. T. Holland. F. W. Headlam. Scoles. Upcott. . E. H. G. C. H. G. W. E. H. V. . G. Sharwood-Smith. 76 W T. M. BUCKINGHAMSHIEE— Beaconsfeld Eton College . . W. W. Vaugban. E. . E. M. StreatUy .Miss E. Rev. S. Miss H. Rev. H. Coll. Lubbock. F. Eev. W. I. B. F. Bevan. . Vince. T. Oi-rrard's Cross Thackeray. G. Costley. Solomon. . B. C. D. Cambridge I. . C. {continued) Davies. J. lyn. Lyttelton. High Arnison. place or district. J. Miss C. J. Bracknell Bradjield Stone. Ramsay.White. G. Musson. Water field. Gow. H. Warner. W. Lyttelton. „ G. S. G. Christ's College. . W. Luton Sandy Westaway. Anderson. Sir G. J. S. M. A. Lang. . . M. I. A. L. . the Hon. F. L. Atkinson. Goodhart. J. Ridgeway. C. . 0. L. Miss Vaugban. Grace. S. H. G. . Rev H. Rev. Prof.. Rev. Duckworth.: TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OP MEMBERS For full titles the alphabetical list is an index. Chittv. Newbury Cobbe. C. Roscoe. W. College Macnaghten. M. J. H. Rev. F..

E. Rev. R. H. Rouse. KiTig's College .*Edwards. A. J. B. Frazer. Ward. Rev. Durnford. T. Canon . J. Very tagu. . H. B. R. V. Gardner. . J. Sir A. D. Hulbert. H. B. R. — continued Trinity College Robertson. G. Rev. Bury. C. . C. Cook. Queens' Colhge St. M. Miss J. R. L. H. D. T. M. A. Parry. F. Stobart. P. N. Sir J. Gwatkin. W. J. M. Miss A. F. G. Rapson. J. Gibson. B. . A. J. Jesus College Duke. Prof. G. Vernon-Jones. Sandys. P. Chase. Mon- Sidney College . Lindsell. F. S. Rev. F. Canon R. Pembroke Coll. Barnes. H.Grieve. Prof. W. Prof. S. Sikes. . Stevenson. Flather. Miss M. H. G. M. Rev. W. Miss J. Gray. Nixon. Miss C. E. *Gaselee. H. Butier. Hayes. J. Jelf. G. Peskett. Mrs. H. C. J. Mrs. C. Kennedy. . P. E. H. H. Glazebrook.*Wardale. Prof. Cornford. Kirk pat rick. Edmonds. Hicks. S. E. College * Williams. H. Moriarty. R. Stuart. Bury. H. H. W. . W. Miss M. W. J. C. A. Rev. Adam. Byrne. Peskett. H. J. L. N. Trinity Hall Cronin. Miss S. Wedd. Magdalene Benson. A. Cheshire— Alderley Edge Altrincham . C. Cat?iarine's Coll. F. Coll. Rev. J. (continued) V. Prof. Taylor. Ca mbridge . . Miss L. •Harrison. E. D. Giles. W. Macfarlane ./erf Cambridge — continued Clare College Evimanuel J. F. . J. Rev. W. Burkitt. B. J. Tilley. Beck. M. Phipps. Miss A. F. J. Sharpley. Miss A. Mrs. E. F. Coll. W. Jenkinson. Walker. J. Peterhouse J. •Greenwood. B. Rt. F. Selwyn . Rev. A. L. E. Sussex . L. Glover. H. Mrs. E. A. H. My. E. E. Edwards. Verrall. E.J. D. G. Duff. E. . Mrs. E. . Adcock. Colson. H. H. de G. G. E. H.TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS Cambuidoeshirk — continued Cambridgeshire— ^o?iiwi. G. St. A. E. Canon M. Prof. R. Coll. *Lawson. Miss L. E. Lewis. D. Ridding. Hackforth. Prof. Rev. 'Jones. Bethunc-Baker. Miss E. Graves. F. 8. Appleton. T. Plaistowe. J. John's Coll. Trinity College Butler. Oirton College . M. Stanton. Collins.*Jex-Blake. Angus. C. Matthaei. Newnham 77 Rev. 8. Miss K. W. M. Jackson. Stanley Johnson. Rev. Cambridge Waldstein. Loewe. J. F. St. W. Harrison. . A. Williams. •Sheppard. Wedd. H. A. Ti-aining Coll. Stewart. Rev. Mrs. M. N. Wood.Abbott. W. H. F. P. Whibley. R. Sir C. (Bishop of Ely). Steen. M. Rev. C.

Carlide Hutchinson. How. Jobson. Ward. Eev. Mayor. Morris. H. C. Derbyshire A Ifreton Chesterjield . B. Gloucestershire— . .O. Higgs. F. . Eev. H. A. R. O-'^borne. T. W. Eev. Sir. S. S. L. CJieadle . B. Kirwan. M. J. A. APPENDIX 78 Cheshire — continved Birkenliead Clough. Smith. J. Exmonth . Moxon. Cumberland— . C. B. H. Miss E. Eev. Miss M. G. . Morgan. Slater. . Belcher. Smith. Eendall. T. Miss B. D. Trayes. DevonshireBampton . G. . Miss G. G. E. Norwood. G. Sidmouth Smith. A. Stephenson. J. Rev. A. E. Walt ham Abbey Johnston. Bevan. Crewe Hyde . Towers. A. Day. J. The College Thornton. J. Miss D. . Eev. Coekerviouih . HoUowell. Miss M. Prof. Headlam. Dorset— Sherborne Ainslie. A. FaithfuU. S. Walfhavistoto Guy. Li scar d Lymm . H. Jevons. F. F. T. J. Abel. . J. Truro Burrows. T. H. Ladies' Coll. W. Saffron Walden Hirst. E. J. Miss M. Kclvrdon Bhoades. Durham Bristol — . C. Junr. . Wimhorihe Hoyle. Rev. E. Campion. G. Eev. Miss K. Miss E. . Wilson. N. Heath. Watkins. H. Horsfall. . Atkinson. G. K. . Bowdon . C. W. . . Woodard. *Purdie. . M. Earnshaw. Jones. M. E. Danson. Cfieltenham. Eev. Collins. V. Symes. M. A. Miss H. . . B. H. Courtauld. McCombie. . Walker. A. G. Kemp. Rev. W. Buller. Rev. Miss M. *Tildesley. Mallinson. . W. W. Eev. E. E. E. C. Eev. Wanstead Swallow. E. T. Rev. Cheltenham EUam. Cruickshank. Prittlewell Lewis. Falmouth Wigton Barnard Braintree Cornwall — BullgUl Durham— BeanCloseSok. N. . . E. L. . Eev. Pollard. . . Essex— . Kt. Bernard. Miss S. Muschamp. Ja<\son. Cattley. Eev. Layng. G. Eev. Wallasey West Kirhy . (Bishop of Trnro). A. Newman. Sandford. . H. T. Eev. T. R. Plymouth. E. E. S. . P. Miss M. Miss VV. Lunham. Nantwich Sale . Prof. Flood. H. Eev. F. . F. Penny. E. F. Sir J. FiUted . M. G. Tayler. Castle Chigicell School Walde. Principal F. Miss J. Eev. . F. Bevonjiort . Miss B. Blackett. Miss D. F. Chester . South Shields . E. Crosland. Mrs. Waterfield. Dobson. Canon E. Miss. Miss D. A. G. Turner. . Brooks. Miss. Dobaon. Exton. . . T. A. Miss. Miss M. W. Miss L. Eev. F. E. C. . King. E. W.. F. Yates. Miss B. H. J. Dedham . C.. Miss E. Pippet. Thompson. L. D. Eev. Barley Bale Matlock Bath Repton . Limebeer. . M. . Allison. B. Miss L. Barnstaple Credit on . . J. Miss H. Wishart. L. M. King. Miss F. ]\Iigs E. C. . F. .

M. Portsmouth . Fleet Prickard. W. Bishop's ford Bushey Cheshvnt . Miss E. W. Miss M. J. Bov/rnemoutli Davies. Basingstoke . Tunbridge Wells Barnard. . Miss G. P. Miss E. Daubeny . See Stonyhurst. M. Rev. . Wace. C. . W. Rev. Saunders. Miall. . J. Watford T. White. Prestbury . Lij?hook Titherington. Evans. H. C. F. Robertson. W. Miss Mary L. . H. W. C. V. . Billson. Rev. Rev. Hayes Belcher. Bolton. . Miss M. Winchester Canterhury Badley. De Winton. Stort. Lowry. L. . B. Miss E. J. Rev. M. S. Lancashire— Blackhunb . HertfordshireBaldoek JSerkhamsted W. Drysdale. Crees. C. Rendall. E. E. F. J. Kidd. Miss Esther. J. Gidden. J. Miss M. J. •Hodge. H. Miss M. E. L. Bull. T. Malim. Lipscomb. Beasley. R. E. J. H. R. . Kennedy. W. Miss M. J. J. J. S. Canon T. Young. Harley. . Sowels. Hooper. G. Kirby. Rev. Rev. . H. Rev. Foot scrag Hawlihitrst Conipton. F. . P. B. Miss A. L. Kent — Beclienhani Bromley Berridge. Phillpotts. T. Albans Ware . Osborne Lee-on-Solcnt Ashbee. J. Ernest. . H. W. T. L. S. Bamsgate Cardwell. Rev. H. C. . . . B. B. . . Hall.' R. Stokoe. P. Vaughan. . Moor. S. Charing Ch islehurst Crowthorne Eastry Case. Pearce. F. F. W. T. C. Lady. Korthbourne. Holder. Miss . S. C. . Layman. P. Miss 0. Mrs. Prof. 0. M. Barker. Hobhouse. . Rev. A. Newbold. S.'T. J. B. F. N. Waters. Miss G. . Rev. H.TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS Gloucestershire — continued Hertfordshire— 79 con^frtj/^fl! Gloveester Kemerton Baker. . Petersfield . Miss E. A. M. Haylmij Island Bryans. . A. C. Papillon. . C. J. . E. . Isle of Wight. R. Canon B. Whishaw. Herefordshire Hereford . M. Dvmond. . Maidstone Conway. E. W. Myers. F. . A. Ward. . Buckley. Hopkins. Tring Hampshire— Andover Ferguson. Haileyhwy Coll. M. G.Miss M. S. Hammans. J. C. . . J. Stonehovse Bramley. Waters. Canon . J. Miss E. . M. C. Genner. . . Sanders. L. . A. A. Mason. Bramston. . Parker. J. Miss M. . Nicol. G. R. H. . P. H. Ross. B. Miss A. A. C. Miss A. C. Purton. Rochester Sidcicp Chapman. Hoviseg Southamjjton Southsea Ellaby. Bowen. Archer. Godfrey. Devine. Jones. Taylor. W. Greene. Heppel. C. . P. L. S. . E. R. A. Hertford Letchworth St. W. Barker. A. 0. Burnside. G. A. M. Carruthers. S. Williams. Gordon. Rev. Tonbridge — . Lord. . Churchyard. H. Moor. E. .

B. Heal hoot 0. W. *Braunholtz. E.. Dodd. Yen. Miss G. W. E. E. . Geden. Sir A. Collie. Canney. P. Clitheroe . . Miss E. Prof. M. Manchester . Linton-Smith. R. Knox. Miss S.. Bunce. Sir E. C. G. Sarson. E. W. . E. Field. Miss A. Prof. Prof. J. Gladstone. Donner. M. Horsfall. Rev. Guppy. J. F. Rowell. Rt. M. Hon. Prof. C. H. E. L. A. Haskins. Prof. Anderson. Cradock-Watson. Mrs. Ormerod. . A. Beaumont. Smith. Agar. . Mrs. Beasley. Smiley. Papamosco. Rev. Prof. Hopkinson. H. N. W. Mrs. W. W. W. Irwin. Thorneley. Miss W. East. Lehmann-Haupt. K. Ewart. K. D. T. S. Miss ¥. Robert. T. Rigby. (Bishop of Man- Macnaughtcn. Canon. Lytham . Prof. Watts. Hawaid. A. Rev.B. Jack. H. D. T.Prof. Dakers. Barlow. Moore. W. Dr. Miss. Miss. . R. Miss D. Rev. Boddington. Bosanquet. Miss E. E. Mrs. C. J. E. Miss A. Prof. . Carter. Montague. Biggs. A. Mrs. Macfarlane. Lloyd. F. J. Miss E. Miss E. A. A. K. A.MissM. Rev. Liverpool (continued) . Rev. A. G. M. Mrs. Sir Miss W. M. H. Kenneth. Alexander. Browne.A. . J. J. Miss E. Herford. T. Llewellyn. . A. S. Bramley-Moore. Frisch. Colne Freshjield Great Crosby Huyto7i Liverjwol . T. Smith. Robertson. E. Pallis. Miss E. Kelsey. Miers. . Miss. Coghill. J. K. Prof. L. Postgate. B. E. Kiphng.. Dale. H. D. L. Rev. Caton. Rackham. C. Miss \V. . Mason. Davies. Miss S. Gwatkin. A. II. . . A. Henn. Sir A. A. Mrs. chester). . . C. C. Prideaux. Mrs. J. P. A. Col. Ashton. R. Rev. K. J. A. W. Miss M. M. Burstall. E. W. (Bishop of Burnley). T. Calder. Rt. Rev. F. M. . H. Campagnac. Brown. S. Downie. Apperson.continued Biirnley Henn. D. Prof. W. H. C. Gibson-Smith. Miss J. R. Goodvear. P. Rev. Theodore. Hartley. Boyd. A. G. Conway. Massey. Rev. C. Howarth. Ruble. Miss M. . Dawkins. M. Miss C. C. A. Hall. Rev. Chapman. II. R. R. T. Crammer. E. Connell. Miss T. Rev. Rev. Hopkinson. F. Rev. Holland. Rev. Allen. W. Arnold.APPENDIX 80 Lancashire — continued Lancashirk .. Mrs. . Brockman. B. W. Richard. E. Eckhard. Broom. Rev. Almond. O'Malley. Conway. Grensted. H. Boycott. Luce. J. R. Muspratt. G. Forbes. Hurst. Miss D. Peake. Joseph. Lancelot. M. . Parker. Miss B.A. Barlow.

Wigglesworth. Secondary School Johnson. . Furness. J. Welldon. J. W. Reeve. T. C. Bulunch Coll. Miss F. . Harper. Maclnnes. . Darlington. E. . A. . . Miss D. M. T. Ha mjj stead — LBICESTEESniKK— Leicester . Nairne. C. Bedford Nicklin. S. Adams. H.M. . C. J. (continued) Keedham. Miss K. Mis. Steele. T. L. G. Barker. Rev. Miss L. M. H. Miss R. M. Hose. Aske's Schools/or Hartley. East Putney H. J. L. . N. Prof. S. Legg. R. E. Purdie. Hicks. . Miss R. C. Very Rev. J. Miss M. . Kev. . J. Soh. . Guthkelch. . Spilsbury. Miss A. Miss H. W. G. . L. . Mrs. W. E. . Prof. Latymer Upper School LlNCOLNSHIEELincoln Sj)aldiny Stamford Barnard. City of London School for Girls Stiudwick. Hicks. . Norris. C. V. S. . Rndd. C. . Moulton. Mary Batchelor School and Training Coll. A. Rev. . Rt. Miss S M. J. Abbott. Warburton. R. W. F. . J. Miss E. T. Hackney Bowng School Askby-de-la- Zouch . Miss J. Miss A. Gibson. Grafton. Roby. Yoo-k Honae Sch. Oldham . Unwin. Whitehead. . Pilkington. Miss A. Miss E. . J. H. Rev. Jones. Watson. Patou.TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS London — LAHCASuniE—cmifinued Manchrster . Fnrness. M. . L. C. Eees. M. ^Walters. . S. . . Maida Vale High School. Casartelli. Russell.C. . M. Coll. Furneaux. Miss E. G. . . . J. Rt. Prof. Colfe Gr.MissE. Hav^kins. M. Paul. D. S. Rev. *Haslam. J. . Stonyhurst . H. Rev. D. Xehon 81 Forest Hill Central Foundatio7i Sch Greycoat Hospital . Storr-Best. Young.M. . G. Mrs. Taylor. Rev. Wood. . City of London School Chilton. B. Sloane.? S. (Bishop Salford).C. . Williamson. K. M. M. A. 8. School . . Prof. . L. Lucas. Willey. Wright. H. . School Hewetson. Miss Girls . F. Miss Went. . Benton. Miss E. Tarrant. Rev. Bainhill Mossall School . C. S. . M. A. Colet Court . J. A. H. E. E. W. F. . . Miss F. J. A. A. . Miss M. S. Rev. Prcstioich . J. Miss H. . F. Mrs. P. C. H. J. L. King's College Bate. V. S. J. Miss Clapham High School S. Slater. Simon. . Louth 11 . G. Rev. . Forman. Sch. Bulwich H. . Hales. Miss B. Stenhouse. R. S. Stoneman. E. Oakeley. . Lutterworth Thomas. Lew if ham High Fry. Mrs. Q. Rev. Horsfall. Miss H. H. R. . Ramsay. . C. Miss E. Wa/rrinffton . (Bishop of Lincoln). W. Newton Heath Bermondsey. Turner. . Green. Pregton . M. Salford . . A. E. P. M. of Martindale. A. . Spalding. Rt. MacGregor. Jlontaguc. E. Rev. Bewsher. H. Miss A. B. Burrows. Warman.

Caspari. W. Hon. Wells. H. C. . Miss C. Martin. A. Miss H. M. G. . Campbell. Miss A. P. Miss K. Gavin. M. PauVs . T. L. Masham. Green. . D. L. Piatt. Mrs. Pruf. Asquith. Bryce. Rev. Bridge. M. Wimbledon Hig h School . W. F. W. F. La Motte. R. Tollington H. Olave's School Coll. Barlee. W. Hon. W. Bell. Lo7idon Abrahams. Sch. H. . Browning. D. Westjield Coll. Oreenwich . L. Miss E. N. Benton. . Hon. P. P. E. Roan Sch. E. S. M. Barkby. Sir J. Bradley. Felkin. C. Miss . G. . A. E. Bruce. T. E. Wood . Slater. J. Wood. G. Prof. L. Miss A. Miss A. S. K. . Ernst. W. G. G. School . . B. Miss H. G. Miss G. Blackett. McClure. D. Miss M. Mill Hill Sch. O. . . Prof. Brodribb. Calthrop. H. Miss H. E. A.E. Viscount. Miss C. Rusbbrooke. Ross. University Coll. Miss M. Miss M. S. A. N. Rev. Judge W. Skeel. Prof. Burke. Balfour. Owen's School. A. *Conway. E. Streatham High School Powell. . J. Bland. J. T. E. St. Rogers. Miss E. PauVs School St. H. Gray. BuckJand. Lumb. S. J. F. C. E. A. F. Cholmeley. . Richardson. Butcher. A. J. Armstead. South Hampstead Stockwell Training Coll. Kingdom. F. H. Miss E. Rt. Hewetson. Miss S. Lewis. A. Miss R. Rt. H. Baker. . Mrs. Notting . Burge.APPENDIX 82 London — continued London — continued Merchant West7ninster Taylors' Sch. Holding. Lo?idon Col. G. iV. W. Hillard. B. H. A. Antrobus. Rev. Miss M. Atkinson. J. F. . Rev.. Campbell. F. Bruce. Cou7ity School Forrest.*'eo\ye\\. C. Gow. R. Sir R. legiate Sch. Butler. Gould. C. Sch. Bailey. Gardner. Hon. Coll. Alford. Baines. Univ. Rev. J. M. Baillie. Caspari. Gerald. Miss W. Mary's . W. Miss A. Gedge. . P. T. Baker-Penoyre. Bampfylde. Miss E. Miss A. Miss A. Loane. K. Sill High School Islington School . E. H. 6firls' . . Rev. J. St. H. Affleck. F. Rt. I. Rotting. High School S^. Barker. J. Rt. . Miss J. \V. Col. . Witton. Bushe. Althaus. D. . A. J. Miss C. G. . Barnett. E. T. E. E. Bennett. W. Burton. Rev. (Bishop of Southwark). J. Wiinbledoti : JScclesbourne School . M. Miss A. G. Richards. Nairn. *Pantin. Boas. . *Parker. . L. L. Mrs. Pntnty High Heward. M. Miss E. Beggs. Parmiter's Sch. Q. Mathews. Crofts. R. Sargeaunt. Case. W. Blundell. Edward. F. H. L. Miss F. . A. . M. . Ashton. W. C. Beasley. Miss M. Armstead. fiE. T. Smedley. S. N. Miss E. B. Admiral Sir C. T. Gr. E.

W. R. Miss M. Morley. G. Davidson. Charnwood. H. P. H. A. Mayor. C. V. - L. H. Kenyon. Droop. G. M. Ji Gurney. Longman. J. Prof. Haynes. Miss C. Miss M. J. . H. Mattingly. S. L. Miss P. Forbes. H. Dobbie. A. Miss E. A. J. Miss A. Hill. Curtis. E. W. Miss M. P. Miss C. Miss E. J. Miss E. Heath. Esdaile. R. Pollard. De Gruchy. A. W. J. Miss E. Viscount. E. R. PL W. (continued) 88 Sir F. Sir R. Pollock. C. Earl. R. Liberty. Macleod. Lidderdale. Miss N. Rev. Fitzgerald. W. CoUison . N. Mi. T. Lee. Easterling. Finlay. Mudie. J. H. R. Merrick. V. Lewis. W. Gioode. W. Knight. Marillier. A. E. E. K. Sir A. B. Miss C. Baron F. Sir J. F. A. Viscount. Murray. F. W. R. G. Miller. Ker. Michael. Paget. N. Phillimore. McAnally. B. Macraillan. R. Sir E. P. Hildesley. F. W. Halsbury. A. E. Leeper. A. Miss M. W. A. A. G. Langridge. Mavrogordato. Miss A.TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS London —continued London — coyitimied London . Mackail. L. McL. M. Pember. E. Dingwall. G. Chambers. S. Miss E. G. Coheu. Hewart. F. Millington. Mumm. Farwell. Nicholson. Lee. Morison. W. D. Crosby. J. Sir F. (continued) . E. H. Miss K.ss M. J. Muir-Mackenzie. H. Rev. Cromer. Hutton. B. Matthews. A. M. A. Cooke. John. H. J. Miss A. Lattimer. Miss M. M. L. Meiklejohn. London Chettle. P. J. Gregory. G. . T. . Heath. Cnrzon. Earl of. C. G. Mitcheson. Earl. Hicks. L. HUgel. von. Martin. Edwards. Earl of. Miss K. B. W. G. Rice. Holmes. Loreburn. Cotterell. W. M. Earl of. L. Collins. Miss B. Crawford. Colvin. Sir T. B. K. H. Keay. Kensington. H. Nicholson. W. Conder. Hubback. S. M. J. Johnson. R. Hetherington. H. A. V. Evans. S. J. Grigg. GilsoD. G. Leaf. Miss A.N. Miss A. Sir S. A. Duke of. Dale. Lord. P. Garnsey. E. Hodge. Lord Justice. F. Miss F. J. P. Mrs. Walter. Laugdon-Davies. Morley of Blackburn. Dunlop. Elliott. M. Hutton. J. F. K. Greene. Leader. . Headlam. W. Milner. W. Sir Plaskitt. 6. Norfolk. Sir Sidney. B. C. B. C. W. J. Moore. Haigh. M. Pendlebury. E. R. Haydon. O'Connor. Linnell. H. C.

Miss E. C. Miss F. J. F. S. Miss N. J. Norwich Beeching. Smith. . W. White-Thomson. Richardson. Ross. W. Innes Virgo. W. Thomas. Sykcs. Tennant. . . F. . . H. K. C. Miss D. N. . J. H. Jewson. G. Walker. M. R. A. II. L. Brackley Northampton Oundle . H. B. S. H. Nightingale. Middlesex— Harrow School Harroio . A. E. Rev. H. Rickards. R. Miss A. Mrs. B. E. H. Wight. . H. L. Strong. . A. Hallam. . Miss K. Sale. Ideworth . F. . Rev. Duff. Lush. G. Q. A. Waterlow. C. Bagge. . Baxter. Salter. H. A. H. F. H. H. Very Rev. A. E. Talbot. Raleigh. D. Richmond. . C. Rains. Miss E. Miss E. Charlesworth. Miss F. •Hort. Rendall. Weber. Northoood . Whitehead. C. R. Sir A. Ridley. Wright. A. Prof. B. S. APPENDIX 84 London —continued London— oow<m?«'<^ Lo7idon . Williams. W. E. Market W. H. F. . Smyth. W. Taylor. D. Varley. V. Morpeth Neiooastle-071- Tyne . W. J. Ford. F. P. Mrs. J. R. A. G. L. C. Rooke. Miss L. Du . A. . R. F. . M. B. Miss G. W. Radford. Ponder's End Twickenham Uxhridge . Miss C. F. S. M. Wilkinson. G. . S. Towusend. 8yke. F. Pontet. Taylor. Cooke. R. Poynter. M. N. J. A. Hendy. G. H. T. Miss L. Miss L. Wood. E. Poynter. Rev. A. W. J. R. E. Thompson. Steavenson. Thomson. NOETHAMPTONSHIBE— Ashwin. Miss G. McMurtrie. S. A. C. J. Simmons. R. 8. G. T. Spenser. E. B. Whiskard. F. Sir W.. London Pooley. Winfield. Rhodes. C. A. Hopkins. M. F. A. M. Zimmern. G. . Stuttaford. H. {continued) Peterborough Waterhouse. Miss B. F. E. Gran. Wotherspoon. G. Willis. Bavnes. C. Watson. B. Terry. M. Storr. M. A. Preedy. Ritchie. R. •Byrde. Norfolk— Bownhom. Seebohm. Wye. Miss M. C. . Sanderson. J. H. G. Hodgson. Butler. B. Taylor. J. Miss J. Walters. Squire. J. . Miss T. Northumbebland— Dakyns. (^C07itinu6d) . D. R. E. Vaisey. Stawell. H. O. J. Mann. K. Cooke. Rev. F. Hadow. Sir E. Forncett Holt King's Lynn Phillips. G. R. Miss J. Wooler . Thomas. H. . R. B. Smith. . A. Woolrvch. Miss M. P. E. Richmond. B. Anderton. G. M. WilUams. F. Miss. J. Miss C. G. M. Prof. H.'5. Whitestone. Rev. J. G. Stuart. . Tyler.

W. Miss E. W. W. Benecke.H. R. E. Whitwell. Miss C. Clark. Keble College Cooper. Barber. H. J. M. C. C. Very Rev. Brightman. Prof. L. R. Rev. F. W. A. Scott. H. E. E. Warde. J. W. OXFORDSUIRE Caver. Joachim. Henley Woodstock . Smith. J. Williams. P. Cookson. . (Bishop of Oxford. C. F. A. W. . Budgen. Tod. John's Coll. M. P. Magdalen Coll. Lady Margaret Hall Argles. P. M. M. A. B. E. F. Brasenose CJirist Fotheringham. Merton College . Faniell. Gough. Keatinge. Rev. C. Sanday.*Burroughs. A. Rev. T. Fowler. Greene. Joseph. Webb. Granger. C. H. Henderson. Stocks. Rev. Scott. *Hall. Merton College . . R. Garrod. Rev. B.B. Richards. Allen. H. Penrose. Retford Kehle College {continued) 85 Lock. Coll Geldart. St. Dr. How. H. W. J. Rev. A. *Hunter. Pickard . J. J. Joseph. W. Prof. Barker. Houston. Anderson. Prof. E. F. D. T. Wilson. C. J ex. H. A.Cambridge. T. Godley. H. Barry. B. Prof. Heberden. W. Prof. McKinnon. E. Corpus Christi College C. Church . Rev. Rev. H. E. C. H. . Sidgwick. Haverfield. Prichard. H. . E. S. C. Merry. Rev. H. A. Rev. E. A. A. C. M. . M. Dundas. Walker. . Rev. W. M. Fyfe. Hertford Coll. Sir T. Leman. R. . R. Strangewavs. W. Matheson. Jesus College *Genner. Lindsay. . . Trent Nottinghavi . Miss E. Livingstone. L. . Miss L. Cuddesdon . Miss H. Pember. C. H. . Rev. . Magrath. Eev. Prof. Walter. G. H. Queen's College . Cyril. M. A. A. P. Spooner. G. W. F. Lincoln College. . C. J. G. C. N. E. H. A. A. P. Cook.Owen. R. Hughes. Rev. F. ' Owen. A. *McCutcheon. L. W. Murray. W. Miss E. J. Field. Gardner. . Warren. Oxfoi'd : All Souls Miss H. *Binnev. Prof. Prof. Strong. G. V. R. G. Rev. B. J. Warner. Powell. A. S. J. J. . Miles. R. " . E. Somerville Coll. W. J. Rev. R. H. Cowlev. Brown. Walker. L. Rev. Gore. Hunt. H. S. W. Grundy. A. D. Fletcher. S. Rev. Marchant. R.) Williams. Coll. Trinity College *Coupland. T. W. M. W. Rev. A. A. John Murray. J. A. W. Chapman. . BalUol College *Bailey. W. G. Prof. A^ew College .Blake. L.iham . U. Oriel College . B. F. W. Rt. S. Phelps. A.Mis8K. Blagden.— TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS Oxfordshire — continued NOTTINOHAMSHIRE— Oxford — {continued) Newark-071Gorse. W. G. Wright. R. H. S. H. Q. W. Stewart. Hall. Ball. Blunt. L. {continued) Exeter College . Rev. H. Wilson. G. W. H. Prof. W. Rev. K. J. L. Munro. R. Wood. Allen. *Lorimer.

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Farnham

Somerset—

.

.

Ealand, Mrs. J. M.
Legard, A. G.
Richards, F.
Norton, D. E.
Mills, Miss B. T.
Battiscombe, E. M.
Syson, MLss M. F.

Milne, J, G,

,

Godalming

Carlisle, A. D.

Newton, C.
Page, T. E.

Rawnsley, W, F.

Guildford

Haslemere

,

Hindhead
Kenley

Kew

.

.

.

.

.

Geikie, Sir A.

Nowers, G, P.
Selwyn, Rev. E. C.
James, Miss L.
Bernays, A. E.

Lamb, W.

StappordshibbDenstone
Farley.

W.

Cheam School

Rutland-

Mare

M.

Watson, A. R.
Peskett, Miss S, M.
Silcox, Miss L.
Hogarth, Miss M. I.

Southwold

Surrey

W,

Coll.
.

Handtworth

.

Kingston
Clark, Rev. R. M.
Denman, Rev. C.
Clendon, A.

Jlill

Linipsjield

Lingjield

.

Xew Maiden

,

R.

M.

Mayor, Rev. Prof .J. B,
Jackson, C.
Colvile, Prof, K, N.
Vaugban, Miss ^,

TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS
SVBlLEY—cantinucd

87

..

APPENDIX

88
WOHCBSTERSHIRB
Alveolmrch
Broadxcay
Bromsgrove

Dudley

.

YoBKSHiBE

.

Impey, R. L.

.

.

Lamb,

.

.

.

.

.

,

Malvern

.

.

,

.

.

.

Shijjstun
St our

-

Walker, A. S.
Krause, Mrs. J. M.
Nicholson, Miss J.
House, H. H.
James, Rev. S. R.
Salmon, H. G. C.
Dix, C. M.
Bloxam, R. N.

Nortlifield

Pershore

....

Tlkley

....

Sir R. E.

Furness, E. H.
Mayall, A.
Eraser, H. M.

Gough, Miss M. M.

Halesowen
Kidderminster

continued
Allwood, Miss.
Elliott, Miss E. M. L.
Saunders, J. V.
Southwell, F. E. G.

Hull

Hubbersty, J
Lupton, W. A.
Maufe, F. B.
Keighley

Lteds

.

.

.

....

Brigg, J. J.
Sharp, Rev. D.

Miss L.
Olapham, Miss G. E.

Clark, E. Kitson.
Connal, Prof. B. M.
Croft, Miss A. M,
Dale, F. R.

Baldwin, S.
Chappel, Rev. Canon

W.H.

Dodd,
.

Beverley
Bingley

.

.

.

.

Bradford

.

Brighouse

.

.

Holme, A. E.

.

Evans,

.

.

.

.

S.

Jamieson,

Holmfirth

.

.

Hou'den
Huddersfeld
.

.

.

son.

Lightley, Rev. J. W.
Lupton, Mi.ss E. G.
Maiden, Rev. R. H.

Morton, W. C.
Phillips. Prof.
Price, A. C.
RadclifiEe, J,

Roberts,

.

W.

R.

A. H.

Prof.

W.

Rhys.
Robertson, Miss H.
Rogers, Prof. L. J.

E.

Sadler, M. E.
Sykes, A.

Wager, H.

Burn, Rev. Preb. A. E.
Crossley, E. W.
Elliott, R. H.

W^1lder, Rev. E.

Walker, Miss D. L.
W^hincup. H. H.
Wilson, R.

Wood, Hon. E.
Woodward, A. M.
Wynne-Edwards, Rev

J.

Green, Kev. J. H.
Rigby, Rev. A. D.
Brooke, J. A.
Hughes, Miss J. G.
Pearman, J. O'H.
Ward, C. H.

J.

Libbey, Rev, E. Jack-

Monk, Rev. E. C.
Lewis, L. W. P.

Kemp,

S.

Prof.

Kay

Hulbert, Rev. C. L.
Whitley,
Rt.
Hon.
J. H.

Hipperholme

H,
M.

W^.

Guest, Miss A. M.

Haunam, W.

Lloyd, R.
Malim, Miss C.
Pickard, Miss K.
Roberts, Mi.ss M. E.
Taylor, Miss M. A.
Woods, Rev, F. T.
Woodward, Miss A.
Fleming, Miss A.
Hone, Rev. C. R.
Roberts, Miss H. M.

Bewsbury

Halifax

W\

Gillespie, Prof. C.
Grant, Prof. A. J.

Miss J. C. N,
Rossiter, Miss G. M.
Scott, Miss A. T.
Behrens, H.
Edwards, W.
Falding, Miss C. S.
Horsman, Miss A.
Willis,

Doncaster
Ouiseley

P.

Draper, Rev.

YORKSHIRE-

Bar lisley

S.

Barker, Prof. A, F.
Blomfield, Rev. W. E.
Bowring, H. I.
Broail,

Wyse, AV.
Wordsworth, Mi5sE.C.

Stourhridye
Stourport
Worcester

P.

.

(

.

Garbutt, Miss E.

J. R,

Zachary, Miss K, T,

Mai ton

.

.

,

Cay ley, D. W.
Mathews, Rev.
Worsley, Sir W^.

J. E.


TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS
YoEKSHiBE

WALES

continued

Cabdigan—

Menston-in-

Wharfedale
Mirfield

.

Northallerton

Richviond

Ripon

.

.

.

.

Shai-pley,

....

Salthurn
Scarborough
Sediergh
.

.

.

.

.

.

.

....

Settle

She field

.

.

Carmarthen—

Bottomley-Smith, Rt.
Rev. L.F.M. (Bishop
of Knaresborough).
Hornsbv, W.
Anderson, Y.
Harrison, B. C.
Jones, P. T.
Weech, W. N.

Douglas, R. N.
Pickard, Miss E. M.
Arnold, A. J.
Couzens, Miss F. M.
Dudley, L. 0.

.

Mrs.
Escott, Miss A. E.
Forster, E. 8.

Ellis,

Gibbons, W. M.
Johnson, Robert.
Newman, Miss M. L.
Sleeman, J. H,
Stokes, J.

Summers,

Prof.

Sutherland,

W.

Miss

C.

K.

St. C.

Sinnington

Campbell, H. E.
Sowerby Bridge Long, H. E.
Barton, J. E., M.A.
Wakefield
Dallas, Miss M. G.
Eden, Rt. Rev. G. R
(Bishop of Wake.

.

.

.

field).

McCroben, Miss G.

Yeadon
York

.

.

.

....

Eekersley, J. C,

Barber, Miss G. M.
Barnby, Rev. F. H.
Botwood, C. A.
Chadwick, Miss F. M.
Harries, T. G.

Lang, Most Rev.

C. G.

(Archbishop
York).

Toyne,

S.

M.

CHANNEL ISLES
Jerseij

....

Benslv, Prof. E. von B.
Bibby, E. E.

Roberts, T. F.

H.

Barran, 8ir J. N.

.

.

Grundv, W. W.
Marshall, Prof. J. W.

Wood, Rev. R. G.
Sands, P. C.

.

Aberystwyth

Goodrich, W. J.
Horner, Rev. B.

.

.

.

Pocklington

89

Worrall, A. H.

of

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90

IRELAND
Belfast

.

Laurie, Geo. E.
White, N. B.
Allen, S.
Pooler, Rev. Dr.
.*Alton, E. H.
Beare, Prof. J. 1.

Dervock
Downpatrick
Dublin
.

.

Nolan, Rev. T. V.
Purser, L. C.

Thompson, John.
.

.*Exon, Prof. C.

.

McElderry, Prof. R. K.
Murfet, A. T. M.
Sligo

Kingston
Montreal

.

Codd, Prof. A. E.
Davis, Miss M.

.

.

.

Peterson, Principal

Pye, Prof. J.
Willis, Miss M.

....

Toronto

Nova Scotia—
Halifax
U.S.A.
^^ew

.

.

Murray, Prof. Howard.

.

Connecticut—
Haven

.

Goodell, Prof. T. D.

.

U.S.A. Illinois—

Chicago

Hale, Prof.

.

.

.

.

U.S.A.

Massachusetts-

Cambridge

Bell, H. W.
Carnoy, Prof. A. J.
Hoernle, R. F. A.
White, Prof. J. W.
Wallace, Miss I. M.

.

.

Crieff

.

.

Olasgoro

.

.

.

.

Bell, J.

.

.

.

Montrose
St. Andreivs
.

Tarradale
Uddingston

.

Italy

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

M.

Ferard, R. H.
Green, G. Buckland.
Bardie, Prof. W. R.
Heard, Rev. W. A.
Stevenson, Miss E.
Davies, Prof. G. A.
Taylor, Rev. A. F.
Abernetli)', Miss A. S.
Burnet, Prof. J.
Pearson, Miss E. R.
Shewan, A.
Yule, Miss A. F.
Waddell, W. G.

EUROPE

France —
Boulogne

G. A. T.

Hanower, Prof. J.
Ramsay, Prof. G. G.
May, T.

Blairgurvrie

Edinburgh

Da vies,

.

Nen-tonville

U.S.A.

A7in Arbor

U.S.A.

.

.

MacVey,

.

.

.

.

Benn, Mrs. A. W.

.

U.S.A. New
Princeton

.

.

New York—
Elmer, Prof. H. C.
.Hirst, Miss G. M.
Hodges, A. L,
MacVay, Miss A. P.
Wye, Miss T. E.
*Leach, Prof. Abby.
Macurdy, Miss G. H.
Thallon, Miss I. C.
.

Oyprui

.

,

.

Jasonidy O.

Pennsylvania—

Grove City

....
Meditekbanban —
Borne

U.S.A.

Charlottesville

British
.

.

Fowler, Rev.

.

J. R.

S.

Fitzhugh. Prof. T.

J.

Mauritius—
,

Oliphant, Prof.

.

.

Virginia—

MADAGASCAR
Curepipe

Capps, Prof. E.

.

Ithaca
New York

U.S.A.

Kirtland, Prof. J. C.

.

Jersey

T.

Steele, J. P.
Ashby, T.

O'Brien, Rev. P. F.

.

.

Florence

Kelsey, Prof. P. W.
Wenley, Prof. R. M.

.

.

New Hampshire—

Exeter

U.S.A.

.

Minnesota—

Winona
U.S.A.

.

Michigan—

Poughkcepsie

.

W. G.

Merrill, Prof. E. T.

SCOTLAND
Aberdeen

W.

Whyte, Miss J.
.*Auden, Prof. H. W.
De Witt, Prof. N. W.
Langford, Prof. A. L.
Robertson, Prof. J. C.
Smith, Prof. G. 0.

.

Brennan, J.
Browne, Rev. Prof. H.
Delany, Rev. W.
Ferrall, C. N.
Keane, Rev. J.
Keen, Miss E. A.

Oalway

NORTH AMERICA
Canada—

.

.

.

Henry, Prof. R. M.

.

SOUTH AMERICA
Guiana—

George Town

.

Clementi, C.

Q.

A. Stewart. C. Heaton. Shepherd.L. Sheppard. S. Adams. J. E. Mrs. B. Madan. Hon. Sale. H. Prof. Prof. C. D. C. Coxe. H. Dalton. L. B. Calcutta Martin. E. C. J. Pavri. Rothfeld. R. Paterson. A. Chat field. C. W. . . T. Gray. Eev. P. Leigli. Sir N. Hotson. A. Jalgaon Xarachi Larkana . M. Miss E. . Lewis. H. P. L. E. NORTH AFRICA EgyptLuxor . Simla India— Ahmed ahad . H. Cagtlemaine Melbourne J. W. Pretoria J. . J. Adelaide . Leeper. R. J. . Smyth. E. V. Eeade. Sloman. G. D. H. E. . Brown. Palmer. Evelyn-White. Kincaid. Prof. J. Haigh. Cairo . C. T. Cuvelier. M. SlAM . Madras Nagpur 91 Barbadoes Jamaica . . K. Ronghton. E. J. H. Wellingtmi Sydney J. Sanderson. SOUTH AFRICA — Wild. Tottenham. H. . — Cape Colony Rainy. G. H. A. Mrs. Miss E.D. Latter. BangJiok Anderson. Mrs.— — TOPOGRAPHICAL LIST OF MEMBERS ASIA Asia — contimied India — oontinued Cetlon— Colombo Martin. W. Wanganui Crerar. A. Miss . J. J. M. Prof. E. W. N. Eev. H. N. . C. Queensland— S. Furness. Tasmania Vakil. J. A. A. AUSTRALASIA G. P. P. . . . Monteath. Williams. Japan— J. W. Braham. Marrs. N. Batchelor. . T. J. Pillai. G. Dunbabin. . Prof. Rev. Cameron. New Zealand— Chandavarkar. . Hollidge. L. . . M. . A. Naylor. Sir S. Tildesley. Bowen. J. Willis. W. Prof. Enthoven. Eaiua Poona Hampton. New South Wales- Haig. E. E. Barrows. Stephanos. . Kennedy. . Tokyo B. H. Wren. R. Christch^irch Dvnedin S. . AUSTEALIA (Bishopof Bombay). R. Hobart . WEST INDIES W. J. . S. D. C. Bijapur L. H. R. F. Jukes. F. H. H. . A. H. J. P.Brown. H. . Tanner. J. . R. Champaran Oodhra Hyderabad . S. Rev. H. Rt. B. C. . P. R. A. Morrell. R. E. Miss S. C. Shannon. . M. V. . R. Bousfield. Justice. C. D. F. G. Sonnenschein. Miss M. N. H. Sowerby. Victoria— Graaff Jieinet . Whitty. M. Rev. A. Macnaghten. Allison. Mr. . BrisbaTie . D. Guyomar. A. F. Ahmednagar Bombay Corley. . J. . R. Burns. Mr. Prof.*Ailinger. M. A. B. . Smith. H. . £ent Totcn . Baskerville. Hill. . Langley. Brown. L. Sir J. M. C. Ward. . A. G. R. . 0. C. F. Williams. Jaffna . Percival. Bolus. Eev. P. .

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THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION
MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT BRANCH
President

Edward Donner,

Sir

Bart., B.A., LL.D.

Vice-Presidents

:

The Right Rev. the Bishop of Manchester The Right
Rev. the Bishop of Salford The Vice-Chancellor of
the University of Manchester (Sir Henry A. Miers,
The Ven. Willoughby C. Allen,
M.A., D.Sc, F.R.S.)
Professor W. Blair
Archdeacon of Manchester
Anderson, M.A. A. J. Ashton, Esq., K.C, Recorder of
;

;

;

;

;

Professor
Professor W. Boyd Dawkins,
The
Sir Alfred Hopkinson, K.C, LL.D.
F.R.S., D.Sc.
Rev. W. Parker Mason, M.A. The Rev. J. H. Moulton,

Manchester

Miss

;

S.

W. M. Calder, M.A.

A. Burstall, M.A.

;

;

;

;

;

J. L.
C. T. Needham, Esq., B.A., M.P.
D.Litt., D.D.
Professor A. S. Peake, D.D. The
Paton, Esq., M.A.
Right Rev. Bishop Welldon, D.D., Dean of Man;V:;,.-1
chester H. Williamson, Esq., M.A.
;

;

;

;

;

r']

H.

J.

Hon. Treasurer

Dakers, Esq., M.A.
Committee

T. L. Agar,
Chairman: Professor R. S. Conway, Litt.D.
Professor
Esq., M.A. Miss E. Beddow Miss W. Biggs
F. W.
H. Guppy, Esq., M.A.
M. A. Canney, M.A.
;

;

;

;

;

Haskins, Esq., M.A.

;

;

L.

Haward,

Esq.,

M.A.

Miss

;

Caroline Herford Rev. J. H. Hopkinson, M.A. Mrs.
C. E. Montague,
Jack, B.A. C. E. Kelsey, Esq., M.A.
;

;

;

;

92

:

;

MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT BRANCH
Esq.

;

B.A.

;

Rev. T. Nicklin, M.A.
Miss W. Turner, M.A.

Hon.

Blake Reed,

J. S.

;

;

A.

Secretaries

Warman,

S.

93

Esq.,

Esq., B.A.

:

Miss Florence Whitehead, Withington

Girls' School,

Fallow-

field

G. E. K. Braunholtz, Esq., M.A.,

Dunwood House, Withington,

Manchester

Excavation Committee

Professor
Professor R. S. Conway, Litt.D.
Chairman
M.
W.
Calder,
M.A.
Professor
Anderson,
Blair
W.
Professor W. Boyd Dawkins, F.R.S., D.Sc.
M.A.
Miss M. A. B. Herford, M.A. E. G. W. Hewlett, Esq.,
J. J. Phelps, Esq.,
M.A. Rev. J. H. Hopkinson, M.A.
Professor James Tait, M.A. H. Williamson, Esq., M.A.
;

:

;

;

;

;

;

;

Hon. Secretary

:

Rev. T. Nicklin, M.A.

Hon. Treasurer

H.
Attention
the Branch

may
is

J.

:

Dakers, Esq., M.A.

be called to the following activities in which

at present engaged

:

The Excavation Committee, which has already published
the volumes on Melandra Castle, on the Roman Fort at Manchester, and on excavations at Toot Hill and Melandra, has
conducted excavations at intervals from 1908 to 1914, on the
The need for a Museum in
site of the Roman fort at Ribchester.
which to house the antiquities found on the site was long felt,
(1)

and the efforts of the local Committee, in which the Excavation
Committee had the privilege of joining, were recently brought
to a successful issue through the generosity of

many

friends in

Manchester as well as in the Ribchester district. The Museum
was formally opened by Professor Haverfield, of Oxford, on

September 10th, 1915.

It contains a

most interesting

collection


APPENDIX

94
of

Roman

which have been arranged by Mr. Donald

antiquities,

Atkinson, M.A., and Mr. J. J. Phelps.
site is

not quite completed.

resumed soon

after

It

is

The excavation of the
hoped that the work will be

the termination of the war, should the

necessary funds be available.
(2)

The Branch continues the working of a scheme set on
autumn of 1908, intended to further the interests of

foot in the
Classical

Study

in the Schools of the district.

It takes the

and papers on special subjects.
A number of these are promised by classical teachers in the
University and Schools of the district, and are indicated in
a syllabus which is circulated every autumn. The Secretary for
this Scheme is Miss W. Biggs, The High School, Dover Street,
form

of interchange of lectures

Manchester.

The following meetings have been held during the past twelve
months
March 6th, 1915.— Lecture by J. D. Beazley, Esq., M.A., on
" Attic Vases in America," illustrated by lantern slides.
October 22nd, 1915.— Lecture by J. W. Mackail, Esq., LL.D.,
F.B.A., on "Ammianus Marcellinus and the Collapse of the
Roman Empire in the Fourth Century." This lecture was open
to the public, and was well attended.
December 3rd, 1915.— Lecture by the Rev. T. F. Royds, M.A.,
on " Vergil's Fourth Eclogue and its Relation to Jewish
:

Thought."

—Annual

Business Meeting. Lecture by
Professor J. Wight Duff, D.Litt., on " Phaedrus, the Fabulist of

January

28th, 1916.

Rome."
January 3lst, 1916.— Lecture by Professor R. S. Conway,
Litt.D., on " Some Aspects of British Education in the Light
of the War."
The arrangements for the Annual Excursion last summer took
the form of an invitation to all members to be present on
September 10th, at the opening of the Ribchester Museum, which
perhaps the most important addition to the resources of
Archaeological study in the district due to the efforts of the

is

Branch.

The Branch numbers

at present about 130

members.

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:

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BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLANDS BRANCH

95

BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLANDS BRANCH
President

The Right Honourable Lord Charnwood
Vice-Presidents

The Right
His Grace the Archbishop of Birmingham
Watson Caldecott,
Rev. the Lord Bishop of Oxford
M.A. R. Gary Gilson, M.A. Principal Alfred Hayes,
The Rev. S. R. James, M.A.
M.A.
G. Hookham, M.A.
;

;

;

;

;

;

;

Middlemore,
The Rev.
Professor Sonnenschein, D.Litt.
J.P.
W. W. Temple, M.A. The Rev. R. Waterfield, M.A.
C. A. ViNCK, M.A.

McCrea

Miss

Miss Major, M.A.

;

J. T.

;

;

;

;

Hon. Treasurer

:

Miss Baugh, 27, Valentine Road, King's Heath

Hon. Secretary

New

R. W. Reynolds, M.A., King Edward's School,

Street,

Birmingham
"

Hon. Registrar
Miss Augusta Smith

Hon. Secretary

of the

Reading Circle

:

Miss H. M. Barrett, M.A., 22, Wheatsheaf Road, Edgbaston
Committee

The
Miss Brock, Litt.D.
P. Beaven, M.A.
Rev. a. Cattley, M.A. A. Clendon, M.A. Miss Muriel
Davis R. Gary Gilson, M.A. C. H. Heath, M.A. Miss
Hooker, M.A. Frank Jones, B.A. R. A. Jones, M.A.
A. E. Measures, M.A. Professor Sonnenschein, D.Litt.;
St. George Stock, M.A.

The Rev. A.

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

Owing to the War the Branch still remains in a state of suspended animation, and has only held its annual business meeting,
at which the above-named Officers and Committee were elected
for 1916.

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APPENDIX

96

LIVERPOOL AND DISTRICT BRANCH
President

Professor W. R. Halliday, B.A., B.Litt.
Vice-Presidents

:

The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Liverpool
ViceChancellor Sir Alfred Dale
Rev. J. Bridge, S.J.
S. E. Brown, Esq.
Professor E. T. Campagxac
R.
Caton, Esq., M.D., LL.D.
Rev. Canon Gibson Smith
Robert Gladstone, Esq. F. Griffin, Esq. Rev. J. B.
;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

Lancelot
E. K. Muspratt, Esq.,
J. G. Legge, Esq.
LL.D.
A. Pallis, Esq.
Professor J. L. Myres
A.
Professor J. P. Postgate, Litt.D.,
V. Paton, Esq.
F.B.A.
Emeritus Professor H. A. Strong, LL.D.
H.
;

;

;

;

;

;

;

;

E. Vipan, Esq.

H. V. Weisse, Esq.

;

Hon. Treasurer

Montgomery,

J.

Hon.
Miss F. C. Beaumont
vice)

;

;

:

Esq., University Club, Liverpool.
Secretaries

:

H. A. Ormerod, Esq. (on military

Kenneth Forbes, Esq.

(pro

ser-

tern.)

There are now 107 members of the Branch, of

whom

68 are

members of the Association.
The following meetings have been held during the past year
January 26th. General Meeting, and Lecture by Professor
W. B. Anderson, on " Lucan and Nero."
March llth. " Greek Romances of Passion and Adventure,"
by Professor R. M. Henry.

full

:

December

6th.

— " Pre-Hellenic

Crete,"

by Professor W. R.

Halliday.

NOTTINGHAM AND DISTRICT BRANCH
President

Dr. Felix Oswald
Vice-Presidents

Ven. Archdeacon H. L. Wild

;

:

Rev. Canon Thomas Field

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F. Earl Cromer Rt. Warwick Bond." by the St. . December 20f^. E. Rev. H. G. H. Headlam Sir F. Hon. Hon. . Rev. . B. 0." by Dr. . Mr. . E. . C. Mackail T. Asquith . Slater Professor J. W. p. C. Clark S. Rev. Rt. A. E." by Professor R. Gardner TON . R. Caspari 13 .Nelson. Gray Professor E. Mr. : Granger S. . R. The number of members was 37. Secretary Mr. Leman and the . .—'' Paul and the Mystery Religions. R. . Flamstead Walters. . Strangeways Miss E. S.:: NOTTINGHAM AND DISTRICT BRANCH Dr. Mr. E. Jevons. . Earl Loreburn J. B. LONDON BRANCH President The Very Reverend the Dean of Westminster Vice-Presidents Rt. C. A. . Kenyon Rt. L. . A. G. Earl Curzon of KedlesMiss F. Bowser. M. March Uth. Committee M. Mr. C. S. : Meiklejohn . W. The following papers were read during the year : February 25th. Strangeways. 97 Miss E. C. Facon T. . Burrows . R. p.G. Page Professor D. Platt Professor C. M. the Secretary witli Treasurer.—" Ancient Art and Ritual. H. : Principal R. Adam. . F. L. Barker Treasurer and Chairman of Committee Dr. Houston W. Hon. — " The at meetings of the Contribution of Ancient Branch Comedy to Elizabethan. A. . P. T. Hon. Gow Rev. H. Watkins. . H. Turpin Miss . J. Committee Houston Mr.

Clifton." which included a novel and interesting interpretation of a passage in Plautus' Mostellaria. Skeel Miss Stewart . are elected Committee and Officers of the Three meetings were held during 1915. D. Regent's Park. E. M. Esq. A. Gardiner. N. J. Miss C. Macgregor.Litt. Esq. Strudwick . M." emphasized the danger of attempting to reconstruct literary works from archaeological of Balliol. Dobson. E. North Loudon Collegiate School. . M. in an address upon " The Lost Epics.W.A. evidence. Secretary Miss D. Secretary J." in which he defended Cicero's friend against the aspersions of the late Professor Tyrrell and the more measured censure of the Master In the Summer Term Professor E. A. F. N. E. Bedford Treasurer College.:: : : APPENDIX 98 Pantin W. on March 24th. . T.. There are at present 112 members of the Branch. Vice-Presidents J. A. His remarks were illustrated by lantern slides.W. King.A.. . . 7. Hon. M.. In the Lent Term Dr. D. BRISTOL BRANCH President Professor J. H. 1915. In the Michaelmas Term. Holding. The second Annual General Meeting was held in Bedford The names College. given above. as well as a most diverting account of the Banquet of Trimalchio. Rushbrooke Miss M.A. Watson. C.W. Strong read a paper upon " Some Aspects of Roman Humour. Welde.LlTT. Rice Holmes gave a lecture upon " Atticus. E. E. .. Taylor J. Norwood.. Camden Town. Hughenden Road. Professor H. N. : Miss G. G.

about 38.C. Collins. M. Dorothy Brock. D. M. H.P." by the Rev. B. M." by Miss M. T.Litt.C. : — D..A.A. Professor F. Newcastle Royal Byrdb. M. J. .—'' Laocoon. Wight Duff. During the year 1915 the following papers were read Januarij 29th. .. Treasurer Canon A. D. Esq. M. F. Ure. Esq. H.Litt.D. HuTCHiNGS.S. .A. M. H. A.B.Doc. Durham Hon. Rev. . Gee.d. . Novcfnher 26th. S.Litt. Dudley Buxton. Mayor. Professor J. . L. Dobson.A. M. Campion. the Lord Bishop of Durham Vice-Presidents : The Right Rev." by Professor P.A.A. . W. Haverfield. H. . Esq. D. D.S. B.A. October 29th.A.. ProPrincipal W.. Jevons. Secretary : Grammar School.A. Canon A. Professor F. the Lord Bishop of Newcastle Dr. M. NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM BRANCH President The Right Rev.A.— '' The Early History of the Tarquins. N. The College. fessor F. R. M. Hon. M. W. " The Romantic Movement in Latin Literature in the Second Century a. . . M. ..A. .. F.— " A Study of the Pervigilium Veneris.K.. M. Hadow. Februanj 26«/i. Smith. B. J. H. M. 0. The number of members is C. . . D. H. Brooks. How. May 7th. H. Professor J. A. Cruickshank. F." by Mr. T. F." by Professor J. R. Mus.— : : BRISTOL BRANCH Committee 99 : Mrs.A. Budworth. Cruickshank. The Rev. M.A.Litt..—" Men and Manners in the Eastern Mediterranean. Dobson.A.

M. A.A." by Professor F. Esq. D. Bridge. .A. .A. . .A. M. . Lewis Robertson. Andrews). J. which notices have already appeared in the Classical Review. Mann. . Grey Butler. E. Treasurer : Miss E. Lowe.A. . F.A. Lord Aberdare Vice-Presidents J.A. : Miss Lock. M. J. the Fabulist of Rome. Ellershaw. . . Richmond.Litt. " Homeric Narrative Illustrated from English Versions. 70." by " The Greek Theory of Art. Slater. M." by Dr. J. Rev. APPENDIX 100 Committee : Basil Anderton. . Norwood. Dufi : . Jevons. M. Professor 0. W.A. M.A.A. G.A.. of whom 19 ." by Professor J. M. Professor F. M.. Secretaries Miss Pearson. B.: . Father H.A.Sc. M. Blackett. M. L. The Rev. Esq. Barke. Miss Hiley W. Talbot. M. B.C. H. B. expedition was undertaken. : Mortimer Angus. R. The number of members is between 60 and members of the parent Association. M.Sc. Hoyle. H. Miss Stafford Smith..D.A. D. . . of : . Knowles. M. with the Treasurer and Secretary.. Dexdy. D. M. Esq. H. owing to the War. B. M. Professor D. CARDIFF AND DISTRICT BRANCH President The Rt.A. lion. The following papers have been read are .L. . P. Hon.S. W. M.A. . Professor D. J. E. . W. During the year the following papers have been read before the Branch " Phaedrus. Wight " Ancient Art and Ritual. Hon. Taylor No (St.A. K. . WiDDOWs. A. G. ^V. D.

LL. D. B. W.. R. Kitson Clark. . G.D. V. Brooke. Sadler. Chairman Committee of the Executive Professor W.CoLONEL E. .A. . Whitley. McCroben. H. Evans. H.A. The following have been arranged " Petronius : the by Professor Norwood. . Position of Women at Rome. F. M. E.A. . A. Saunders." by Miss Steuart Mr. The Right Hon. Barran. . The University. Gifts of " Virgil and Theocritus.S. J.A..A. FiELD. M. Headingley..D. M. B. Lieut. on March 6th. .. M.P. J. LL.D.P. E. Mr. M. Lupton. Colonel G. C. Litt. G. Miss Mr. on " Education in the Light of the War. E." by Mr. Mr. Sir John The Rev. "Political Ideas in Aristotle and Plato.. M.. C. Parker. .A. Leeds lion.A." by Professor Richmond his the Camenae. Roberts M.. Mozley. Leeds . M. Mr. : His Grace the Archbishop of York. Litt." by Miss Llywela Jones." LEEDS AND DISTRICT BRANCH President The Hon. LL. M. "The J.A.D. Conway." by .A.. R. A.A.. Connal.D.." Novelist." by Mr. Professor F Haverfield.. M. ..P.A. Mr. M. M. C. . Bart. J. . Miss M. M. G.. A. E. LL.A. The Rev. Keeling. .D. B. LL.L. J.: : CARDIFF AND DISTRICT BRANCH " Hesiod thagoras at : Works and Days.B.D. S. BlomN. Vice-Chancellor of Leeds University. M. W. by Professor R.D. 7. Mr. Price. The annual open lecture will be given.S. 101 Jones The " Py- . Edwakd Wood.B.A. Vice-Presidents M. E. .D. Rhys Roberts. Rome. Price. D.. Treasurer Professor B.. " . : Claremont Drive. J..A. W. . W.A. B.

Leeds S. Haverfield on " Some Roman Conceptions of Empire. — Lecture on " Penelope — January in the 1916 : Odyssey. The Rev. B. Holme. Clapham. Woodward. Goodrich. Edwards. March 1915 March J. Mr. V. M. summer ings outside Leeds. November ing Latin. Zachary. B. Secretary for Reading Circles and School Lectures : Mr.A. January I9th..A. APPENDIX 102 Hon.: . Governor of Bombay . Leeds Executive Committee Mr. Dale. Toyne." 24:th.A. E. B.. . J. . Falding. Mr. Saunders opened with a half-hour paper. including the Meet- excursion. together with the President. The University. A. W. W. M." by Dr. L. 1916. Miss A. M. . Mr. S. B." It is hoped. .A.A. M. F. Miss K. R. M. BOMBAY BRANCH Patron : His Excellency the Right Hon. Hon.A.A. M. Lord Willingdon. 9th. . Dale. . LiGHTLEY.. . Miss G. Miss D. M.. the Chairman of Committee. A. W. — to circulate Professor Haverfield's lecture among members of the Branch. M. The Grammar School. the Treasurer and the two . Mr. Leeds. B. H. Pickard. The Girls' Grammar School. —Discussion on " Aims and Methods of Teach- Some ten members joined in the discussion.A.A. Lecture by Professor F. J. B.A. R.A. .A The Rev. Walker. Mr. will be resumed when peace is restored. . M. G.E.. B. T. M.A. All three meetings were held at the University. which J. p.A. W. Secretaries : Mr.A. of whom more than 100 are full members. J. Membership 157. R. Miss K. Dodd. W. F. Mr. .D. Bradford Miss C. Secretaries.I. Fleming. E. Meetings of the Branch. Mackail. M. Malden.C. Second Annual Business Meeting. with his kind permission.

I. Sir Batchelor. LL. S.A.I. H. .A. Tiynes Committee : of India. Sir John Heaton. .S. T. The Hon.A.E.S. .C. Bombay. A.A. F. The Rev.'. G. . C.E. Hon. Father Goodier. Lord Bishop of Bombay Vice-Presidents : The Hon.. Victoria University.C.D.J. Hampton. C. R. B. .. X. .. Father Ailinger.C. MacOmish. The Hon.. M. He has been the up the life and soul of the Branch ever since he took and to his energy its vitality is largely office of Secretary. H.S. Soarez. . Marks. Bombay. Secretary Mrs. The papers given were " Barlaam and Josaphat : A . Pavri. Hon.C.J.B. H.S. I. due.A. Treasurer Mr. Covernton. Hill. 13. .. A. LL. S.D.I. Mr. L. Study in the Migration of Fables " Principal Rawlinson. P. Soarez. X.C. S.. A.. The Branch has had a successful year of work. Bombay. Sheppard.A. " Jesuit Teaching of the Classics " Xavier's College. : Marine Lines. R.S. . " The Historical Socrates " Professor Marrs.. C.— : BOMBAY BRANCH 103 President The Right Rev.S. The worst some was of these the withdrawal of our Honorary Secretary. Gray. J. M. M. " Some Thoughts on Horace " A. D. M. B. . S. Elphinstone Bombay. Mr. Marshall. I. C. R. Mr. L. . Palmer. St. M. M. L..A. . in spite of adverse circumstances due to the War. Deccan College. B. . Carmichael. R. " Man and Nature in the Augustan Poets " Professor Conway.B. Mr. M. I. Whitty. Mr. ThE Hon. : Mr. CLE. Sir J. . I. Mr. College.A. Mr. E.... I.

D.G. Radford.C.A. V/oodhouse.. G. Bousfield.A.D. Council C. L. J.A. J. A. Esq.C.. Esq. B.A.. The Right Hon. S. The Rev. P.. . Esq. FitzHerbert.A. FrankJ. .. lion. lin. Miss Mrs. M. The Rev. S.. Vice-Presidents : Edmund Barton. R. M.A. Esq. Ph. Chief Justice of New South Wales Sir P.A.J.L.: :: . Cullen.C. M. . F. Sir LL.. Assistant Professor E.A. M. . Childe. R. B. The Rev.A. nor does it increase. M. . Butler.G. Garvin Miss Badham M. N. Stiles Mrs. C. . A. M. D. His Honour Judge Backhouse. be read to the Branch. . Professor T. .D.. M. Esq.A. H. B. M. Allen.A.A. J. Treasurer Professor W.. will shortly THE CLASSICAL ASSOCL^TION OF NEW SOUTH WALES President The Hon. M.A.A. W. The number of members does not decrease. J. Mackie. FiDLER. . M. . The Rev. A. D.C. Holme. Secretary Kaeppel. Esq. B. Professor A..A. . L. . . Hon. Prescott. P. W. Waddy. M. K. S. The Rev. M.A. APPENDIX 104 " : Eoman spondence " Provincial Life as seen in the Pliny-Trajan CorreProfessor Takakhav. It is also which for papers But on the whole it is hoped own ideas. LL.A. . Miss Louisa Macdonald.. . .M. P... . C. The Branch is much indebted to Professor Bombay. D. Esq. R. B. produce its and has so far able to be glad to it is managed to do so for the majority of the meetings held.D.D. Brennan. Conway for the loan of his paper and for permission to reprint home indebted to other eminent scholars at it. Wilson College. Purves. . Little. G. ...A..M. . . M. Esq. Harper.

I.. Hon. Vice-Presidents : Professor W.. a paper was read by Professor Woodhouse on " Agis and the Battle of ManSince then. Ph. Jethro Brown. B. M. E. Piddington. R. Esq. Reimann. and Mr. McMillan. its activities for THE CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA Patron : The Right Hon. Representative of the Association upon the Council of the English Classical Association.D.. Miss V. F.A. with Miss Clark.:: : . MuLTON. LL.D. B. M. Lee Pulling. B. President Professor H. Mr.A. ..A. Professor W. B..A.A. Sir Samuel Way.. Mitchell. .. M.A. Schleicher. M.. Esq. 14 . . Treasurer Mr. M.A. G. a.A. M. Canon Girdlestone.A. B. Todd. D. Rev. M. H. . . F.A. Hollidge. A. Hon. At a meeting held towards the close of 1914:. the Association has decided to tineia. H.A. a. . J. B. Esq. J. Executive The Officers. NEW SOUTH WALES M. Bayly. A.. B. R. Ward. . Chief Justice of South Australia and Chancellor of the University of Adelaide. Secretary Mr.B. Esq. 105 A. W. B.A.Sc. Ritchie. Esq.." suspend the duration of the War.A. however. Darnley Naylor. Mr. D. Garnsey. Esq.A.

. J.A. E.C. W. .A.A.A. BoyceMrs. Miss Enid Derham. LL.A. M. THE CLASSICAL ASS0CL4TI0N OF Patrons The Hon. Felix Meyer.A. .L.A. Camb. M.. Darnley Naylor. Sir William Irvine. Rentoul..Phil. .: : :: APPENDIX 106 The following papers were contributed during the year 1914 A Few Points in Aristotle's Politics. G. John Smyth. M. " Hercules Furens. : H. M.A.D. B. S. Ryan. M.G. lion. W. Hon." by Professor Jethro Brown. Mrs.. Allen.. Lawson. C. Professor T. M.A. Justice Hig- . ." by Professor H. The Rev. .A. G. M. T." by Acting-Professor : " Portus. Law Rome and in England. LiTTLEJOHN. Garran.A. Council R. Leeper Miss E. Treasurer W. .M.D.. Lothian. H. LL.A. W.A. M.. M. P. R. Kerry. D.A. . The Rev. M. Leeper. Secretaries Williams.D. D. .A. Strong. A. Dublin. Mitchell..A.G. Aickin. Sir VICTORLA.A.S.D. Professor LL.A. F. M. . " The Making of W. E.Litt. M. Chairman of the South Australian Education Commission. Litt. R.. D.D.M. T. " The Value of the Classics to the Crowd. . M. M.B. B. The Rev.A.. Franklin. Sugden. . G. L. . .. I. LL. M. Miss S. . Blackwood. ." by Mr. M. M." by Professor W. His Honour Mr. " Greek Methods in Ethics. M. R. GiBsoN Alex. Tucker. L. GiNS. President Alex. M. Ingram. . M. Vice-Presidents R.C. The Hon. Hox. M. : Johx Maddex. J.A..A..M.

on " What is Classical Scholarship ? " Professor Tucker on " The Principles of Greek Art as shown in Sculpture. W. and others fallen away through the loss of the Egyptian Branch. Miss Eveline Syme on " Pliny the Younger " . but we were able to carry out most of the rest of our programme. Justice Higgins on " Socrates.30 to 5." Professor Osborne on " Diocletian's Tariff. mander Hardy. but though some members have gone to the War. Mycenae. Dr. from 4.VICTORIA The Association." the monthly news-sheet. Evening lectures were delivered by the President. . or the Iliad of India. notices of coming lectures. notes and queries. 107 has felt the stress of the times. . like all other things. and Mrs. Kerry on " Crete. and general items of classical interest." Mr. continues giving reports of past lectures.30. ." and Mr. Leeper. Jvistice Higgins is kindly publishing this lecture at the special request of the Association. the Owing to the departure of Comroll still numbers above 250. Boyce Gibson on " The Mahabharata. the State. which are still a success- were given by Dr. Harvey Sutton on " Olympic Games Mr. the Egyptian Branch had to be discontinued. . Ancient and Modern " " Professor Ernest Scott on " Caesar in Britain " and Homer ful feature." " Iris. and War. Afternoon lectures.

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