School-days Of Eminent Men; I. Sketches Of The Progress Of Education In England, From The Reign Of King Alfred To That Of Queen Victoria. Ii. Early Li by John TimbsSchool-days Of Eminent Men; I. Sketches Of The Progress Of Education In England, From The Reign Of King Alfred To That Of Queen Victoria. Ii. Early Li by John Timbs

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1860. Excerpt: ... APPENDIX. UNIVERSITY HONORS. DURING the printing of this volume, the Author's attention was drawn to a very able and interesting inquiry, in the Journal of Psychological and Mental Pathology, New Series, No. IX.--January, 1858. This paper, entitled "Body and Mind," is from the pen of the Editor, Dr. Forbes Winslow, by whose permission is reprinted the following important Return, made in order to correct the very prevalent mistake in supposing that men who have attained great distinction and high honors at our two English Universities, do not, in after-life, occupy the most eminent positions at the Bar, on the Bench, and in the Senate. First, as to Oxford.--Earl of Eldon, English Prize Essay, 1771; Lord Tenterden (Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench), English Essay, 1786, Latin verse, 1784; Sir W. E. Taunton (Judge In Court of King's Bench), English Essay, 1793; J. Phillimore (Professor of Civil Law), English Essay, 1798; Sir C E Gray (Chief Justice of Bengal), English Essay, 1808; Sir J. T. Coleridge (Judge in Court of Queen's Bench), English Essay, 1813, Latin verse, 1810, Latin Essay, 1813, 1st class Classics, 1812; Herman Merlvale (Professor of Political Economy), English Essay, 1830,1st class Classics, 1827: Roundell Palmer (Deputy Steward of the University), Latin Essay, 1835, Latin verse, 1831, English verse, 1832,1st class Classics, 1834; Lord Colchester, Latin verse, 1777; Sir J. Richardson (Judge in Common Pleas), Latin verse, 1792/ Sir Christopher Puller (Chief Justice at Calcutta). Latin verse, 1794; G. K. Rickards (Professor of Political Economy), English verse, 1830, 2d class Classics, 1833; Nassau W. Senior (Professor of Political Economy), 1st class Classics, 1811; Sir Richard Bethell (Attorney-General, University Counsel), 1st class Cla...

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Title:School-days Of Eminent Men; I. Sketches Of The Progress Of Education In England, From The Reign Of…Format:PaperbackDimensions:148 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.32 inPublished:February 1, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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