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TERM_MICHAELMAS, 1826. In Literis Humanioribus.
CLASSIS I.

CLÁSSIS III.
George A. Denison, Christ Church.

Charles D. Bevan, Balliol. John T. Hope, Christ Church.

Henry J. Buckoll, Queen's. George F. W. Mortimer, Queen's.

John D. Chambers, Oriel.
Viscount Newark, Christ Church.

James Clay, Balliol.
CLASSIS II.

Thomas Collett, Trinity.
Lord Henry William C. Bentinck, John D. O. Crosse, Exeter.
Christ Church.

Morgan Davies, Wadham, Edward P. Blunt, Corpus.

George Dawson, Exeter, John A. Gower, Magdalen.

Robert Eden, Christ Church. George Lea, Wadham.

John Harding, Worcester, Edward Simms, Wadham.

Thomas J. Heming, Christ Church. Walter, J. Trower, Christ Church. Charles W. Lawrence, Brasen-nose. Samuel Wilberforce, Oriel.

Patrick M. Smythe, Christ Church Lovelace B. Wither, Oriel.

In Disciplinis Mathematicis et Physicis.
CLASSIS I.

Walter J, Trower, Christ Church.
George Dawson, Exeter.

Rowland Webster, Lincoln. Joseph Maude, Queen's.

Samuel Wilberforce, Oriel. Robert B. Maurice, Christ Church.

CHANCELLOR'S PRIZES. Latin Essay. Quibus præcipue de causis in artium liberalium studiis Romani

Græcis vix pares, nedum superiores evaserint ?! [Not awarded.), English Essay." Is a rude, or a refined age, more favourable to the production of

works of fiction ?! George Moberly, Balliol.

SIR ROGER NEWDIGATE'S PRIZES,
Latin.-“ Montes Pyrenæi.Francis K. Leighton, Magdalen.

English." Trajan's Pillar." W.W. Tireman, Wadham.

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itt, iiol UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.-TRIPOSES, 1826.

Moderators. { Joshua King, M.A. Queen's. inted bl. A
Wranglers.

Keeling

St. John's wat Ds. Law, (1.) .... . Trinity.

Goodhart... Trinity#guales. A
Hymers ..., St. John's,

Corpus Ch
Metcalfe . . . .
St. John's.

Stone

. Caius.xli 149 Hanson, (2.) ....Clare Hall.

Smith

St. John's T
Miller .......... St. John's.

Wollaston ... Caius.lt uol.
Budd
Hom..... Pembroke.

Booth

Corpus. ? ipod Moseley 1. St. John's

Senior Optimes.thinning Stratton (A) ... Trinity,

Ds. Atkinson, R. Trinity.n.72 Willis ... Caius.

Clark

Queen's gift
Fisher
.......... Pembroke.

Lawson .... St. John's., 1918
Julian ..........
Queen's.

Clutton ..... Emmanuel.
Mason.
Trinity.

Edmondo........ Trinity. in: Stof
Clinton
Caius.

Hales

Trinity.
Eyre
Pembroke.

Welch

Pembroke.
Stansfeld
... Trinity.

Heald

Trinity.

Sao
Hodgson (B),... Trinity

Marsden......

St. John's.
Otter, E. Jesús.

Blissard

St. John's,
Webb
Trinity,

Maynard.. ... Pembroke,
Green
... Christ's.

Ashington

.... Trinity. Salkeld doorvos, Trinity. Sala?

Burnell

Queen's.

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Gilderdale ... Catherine Hall, Shepherd Trinity.
Rolls
. Trinity.

Greensall St. John's.
Neate
. Trinity.

Hopkins St. John's.
Otter, G..
Jesus.

Apthorp Emmanuel.
Stock
Peter.

Stevens

St. John's,
Borrett
Caius.

Power

Clare.
Smedley . Trinity,

Patton... Trinity
Fearon.. St. John's.

Pinder.......... Trinity.
Kinglake. . Trinity.

Hubbersty St. John's.
Suttaby
........ St. John's,

Greene ........Pembroke.
Baker ..........
Sidney.

Cole............. St. John's.
Steggall ..Jesus.

Moore ico.......

Christi.
1 Gratton
. St. John's.

Flavell.... St. John's,
Gibson o... .. Sidney.

Bissett..........

Magdalen.
St. John's.

Rawlings. Queen's.
Taylor

Bell.....

............ Caius.
Kerr
. Sidney.

Gregg

.......... St. John's.
Collins
Trinity.

Bawtree
Gurney Trinity.

South .......... Pembroke.
Junior Optimes.

Adye

Caius.
Ds, Dunn
St. John's.

Foster

St. John's,
Atkinson, C. . Trinity.

Purton.

Trinity.
Russell
Peter,

Price

St. John's.
CLASSICAL TRIPOS, 1826.

Thomas S. Hughes, B.D. Emmanuel.
Examiners.

Julius Charles Hare, M.A. Trinity.
John Graham, M.A. Christ's.

Temple Chevallier, M.A. Catherine,
First Class.

Stock ..........

Peter. Ds. Stratton (A) Trinity.

Shepherd

Trinity.
Power
Clare.

Goodhart

Trinity.
Price
St. John's.

Patton

Trinity.
Gibson.. .. Sidney.

Green ... Christ's. 1. Hodgson (B) . Trinity.

Borrett

Caius.
. St. John's.

Keeling .. St. John's. I
Gretton ,..,.
St. John's,

Third Class.
Trinity.
Ds. Smith

St. John's.
Marsden .. St. John's.

Foster.

St. John's. !! Ashington Trinity.

Pinder

Trinity
tre Fisher .......
Pembroke,

Hopkins St. John's.
Welch

Wells

Corpus.
Atkinson, R. .. Trinity.

Taylor

Jesus.
Second Class.

Greensall ...... St. John's.
Ds. Rolls
Trinity.

Clark .... Queen's.
CHANCELLOR'S MEDALLISTS.
Thomas Stratton..

Trinity.
John Hodgson...

Trinity.
CHANCELLOR'S PRIZE.
English Verse.-J. S. Brockhurst, St. John's.
Latin Essay.-J. A. Jeremie, Trinity.

SIR W. BROWNE'S MEDALS.
Greek Ode.-" Delphi,"
Latin Ode.- Iris.'

W. Selwyn, John's,
Greek Epigram."Exo kíxovta ye Qumos.”
Latin Epig.

Eloquiremne oculi aut facunda silentia linguee." PORSON PRIZE. Shakspeare's King John, Act 3, Scene 2,_" Come hither

Hubert,” &c. B. H. Kennedy, John's.

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Flavell ......

Heald ....

..... Pembroke.

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Yositud HIGH COURT OF ADMIRALTY, naval officer, a post captain, in the Jan. 31.

service of the king of Great BriPrize . Money-Genoa and its

tain. This party, who had been

serving as a British naval officer, Dependencies, il

was transferred to the military sercase was most elaborately vice of the other ståte, argued at the close of the last term federate state, then united with and the commencement {lof the Great Britain sin a struggle against present by Dr. Phillimore and Dr. the common oppressor of Europe. Lushington, on behalf of his ex It did not appear how this transfer cellency count "Ludolf, the Sicilian was effected. The court did not ambassador, and Dr. Jenner, on think it resulted from any of the the part of the representatives of papers which had been laid before post captain in the British návy, to these captures,

had any conand a brigadier-general in the Sici- nection with the Sicilian army, or lian service). The king's advo- with Sicily itself. It was probable cate and Dr. Arnold, appeared for that this was the first time that he Chelsea hospital; against which had been connected with the Sicilian institution the Court was prayed to service by the joint opinions of enforce monition..

the British military commander-inLord Stowell gave judgment to chief in that expedition (lieuteday. The question, which the nant-general lord William BenCourt was called on to decide, arose tinck), and the British admiral from the capture of Genoa, and (now lord viscount Exmouth). It its two dependencies, Spezzia and seemed to have been, also the last Savona, then in the possession of time that he served in his military the French government.

The capacity, so that his connexion by the combined armies and fleets considered have been accidental of the king of Great Britain and and 1 temporary only. At the

or prize, distributed

among the captörs un- ticated fact, that sir Robert had der the grants of the respective been validly transferred to the Sicisovereigns. The immediate ques«lian army: for helwas certified by tion arising out of these transac- the British commissioners for the tions, related to the particular share distribution of the Sicilian prizeof sir. Robert Hall, a person de- money as "a lieutenant-general in scribed as a military officer in the the Sicilian service.". The claim service of the king of the Two now made on his prize-share, wasi Sicilies, and who was likewise a preferred by the Sicilian minister

Vol. LXVIII. *A *

the king of Sicily; and a very same time, the Court was bound

resident at this court. No

ques or other, and at various times. tion, therefore, could be raised as But it was late in the course of the to the validity of his appointment, last war, before any regulations confor however long or short a period cerning the distribution of prize it might have lasted. A great deal to the forces employed in such conof obscurity had been introduced joint operations was made by parinto this question by various events, liamentary authority. Three acts and particularly by reason of the of that nature were passed in the death of sir Robert Hall. The reign of his late majesty ; and one capture of the booty was made in containing, certainly, very perempthe early part of the year 1814; tory enactments, in the reign of yet the first time, on which the the present king, and apparently present question had been intro- with reference to this very expeduced to the notice of the court, dition which took Genoa and its was on the last court-day of the dependencies; and an order in very last term only; at the close council had also been made, which of 1825, or very nearly 12 years directed that the prize share, or after the matter happened. In that share in the distribution of the that interval, many things had booty captured by the combined occurred that did certainly em- forces on this occasion, that might barrass the question very much. be adjudged to Sicily, should be Sir Robert Hall, who, if he had paid over to the minister Plenipobeen living, would have been able tentiary from the court of the two to come into court himself and Sicilies, residing at this court. Out assert bis own claim, was dead, of this general injunction no reand so were great many other servations were made. The money persons who could have thrown so distributed was to be remitted to much light upon this cause. -It Sicily for the purpose of its being was to be observed, that a very paid over to those who might be scanty provision had been made entitled thereto, according to the by law relative to booty or prize laws and constitutions of that captured by the combined opera- country, and “the directions of tions of a British force, together the sovereign thereof." with foreign forces. There seem Now it was upon this state ed to have occurred scarcely any of facts, that the present quesinstance in the earlier

ages

tion came before the court. Sir history, wherein any permanent re

Robert Hall's character as a Sicilian gulations, at least in respect of officer was sufficiently establishsuch cases, had been made. It ed; and being so, there could was very true, that Great Britain be no question but that his must had very often had to maintain be considered as “ Sicilian” contests single-handed. But this share. This share was paid somewas by no means the case with what early and prematurely, but the last struggle for the indepen- by no means imprudently, by way dence of Europe, which was sus of safe custody, into the treasury tained by the European states ge- of Chelsea Hospital ; though at nerally, against the common op- what time it was

so paid, did pressor. In that contest, Great not appear on the face of these Britain had the concurrence of proceedings. This payment was most of such states, in one shape in itself somewhat irregular. Chel

of our

a

sea Hospital, indeed, was the com of the same class, that other share mon depository of all unclaimed was held to be divisible as among shares of British military officers; those other officers. By the Engbut this gentleman, sir Robert lish course of prize property, thereHall, was clearly not a “ British fore, an officer thus situated had a military officer ;" he was a British right to take the higher proportion « naval” officer, and a “ Sicilian of the two proportions which the military" officer. Though it had commission might afford, but to remained in the hospital for several that superior share he must conyears, this prize share was to be fine himself. By a common error, considered as not having been paid however, in this casean error in, in the regular way that British common to all the parties this property of such a description rule was not observed. In that would have been, in the usual error it appeared that latterly sir course; namely, under the inten- Robert Hall himself had become tion, that, being unclaimed, it involved; for he himself appeared would, after a certain lapse of time, as a British naval officer, and took become vested in the hospital. For the booty erroneously assigned to as Sicilian property, though un- him in that character. He never claimed, it would not have become came forward as a Sicilian military so vested; nor could any provision officer, which he was most una to the contrary, bearing on foreign doubtedly entitled to do. At least, prize shares, be made, without it did not seem that any applicabeing in some degree discoloured tion was ever made by him in that by injustice. It appeared, that in capacity, and he actually received the Sicilian prize list, made out as a British naval officer. That with perfect accuracy, sir Robert share he decidedly received in Hall was described as a Sicilian error; but with perfect integrity brigadier general, and a large sum on his part, since he never claimed was assigned to him in that cha- the higher share which was due to racter by the agents for the distri- him. Whether he did not consider bution. Unfortunately, it hap- himself entitled as a Sicilian brigapened that in the British naval dier-general, or acted under that prize list, he was likewise entered, common delusion which had opeand described as a naval officer. rated, apparently, on all parties in Now the usual course observed, in this matter, he had never asked for respect of English prize or booty, his military proportion; and by with regard to prize, to “ conjoint that means had come off minus expeditions” of the British and about 500l. (the difference between foreign forces, was this: that an the share he did take, and that English officer holding rank also in which he should have taken). His the foreign service was not en- share as a British naval officer was titled to share in both capacities, something more than 7001. The but in the higher and more profit- share he ought to have drawn as a able of them. The prize due to Sicilian major-general, and that the other office, which the indi- which was now in question, was vidual should appear to have eva- 1291l. so that, in truth, he had cuated, and not to have fulfilled, acted upon an erroneous notion; a but the duties of which he had left notion in which all parties seemed to be performed by other officers to have been involved, and of which

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