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χαρίζομαι νυν τήνδε δωρέαν εκών.
κουκ οίδα μύρι' εις εμ' ημαρτημένα
ώσθ' έξ έμου μη πάντα συγγνώμης τυχεϊν:
ου μη προσάψω τω τάφω βαρύν φθόνον:
τάνακτι λέξoν αντ' εμού τα πρόσφορα.
κάν τούδε τανδρος ιστορών λέγη πέρι,
είφ' ώς νιν ευρες ουρανού πύλαις έπι.
μνείαν έτ' έν λίταισι κάν εύχαις έχω
τάνακτος: έστ' άν σωμ' εμόν λίπη βίος,
ευδαιμονήσειν εύξομαι νιν εκ θεού-
είη μακραίων πλείον ή λέγειν έτη
ταύτης αει φιλών τε και φιλούμενος
χώρας επάρχοι χώθ' ο γηράσκων χρόνος
ές τέρμάγη νιν έσχατον του ζην, τότε
αρετη συνεύδων μνήματος κοινού λάχοι.

ARTHUR CHARLES CHERRY.

IDEM LATINE REDDITUM.

Findere qui pontum devecti navibus audent,

Munia qui gaudent per maria alta sequi.
Illi, dum trepidè super æquora vasta feruntur,

Undique conspiciunt maxima facta Dei.
Arbitrio Illius, Qui fluctus tollit ab alto,

Terrifico strepitu ventus ubique fremit.
Ad cælum ascendunt, mare delabuntur ad imum,

Sollicitos generaut magua pericla metus.
Passibus incertis titubant, velut ebrius, omnes :

Et fixis oculis et sine mente manent.
Quum tamen auxilium Dominum sibi ferre precantur,

Ecce periclorum summovet Ille metus.
Desinit Illius nutu sævire procella,

Et placidi fluctus deposuere minas.
Inde animos sumunt, quia pace fruuntur, et oras

Optatas adeunt, auxiliante Deo.
Oh homines crgo si justum numen adorent,
Et generi humano quanta det Ille, canant !

JAMES ARMSTRONG ALEXANDER.

Certe est insipiens poeta quisque,
Monstrando hoc Corydon potest probare.
0, versâ vice, si probare posset
Ut quisque insipiens foret poeta !

ALFRED ROWLAND STREET,

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2. DARNELL. Cesar to his army before the battle of Pharsalia... Lucan.

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5. PRIDDEN .. Antony's address to the Romans over Cæsar's Corpse

Shakspeare. WILSON .. Thraso, the blustering captain jealous of Chremes.

DIMOCK ...Gnatho, the cringing lieutenant. 6. { BREWSTER .. Thais, the fashionable lady.

JAMES ...Chremes, her lover.
iH. HAMILTON, &c.... Sanga, the corporal and soldiers.... Terence.

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ALEXANDER .Dionysus.
E. HAMILTON ... Euripides taunted by
DIMOCK ... Æschylus with the sameness of the

prologues to his Tragedies. ... Aristophanes.

11.

WILSON
HOLDEN
POWLES

... Falstaff

Prince Henry
Poins

...

Shakspeare.

E. HAMILTON ... Sir Anthony Absolute. 12. {.

( H. HAMILTON ...Captain Absolute

Sheridan.

13. {CAEREYL" Brentius quarrels with

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DARNELL

Cassius

Shakspeare.

14.

POWLES

Sir Fretful Plagiary
HOLDEN

Sneer
HARDY

Mr. Dangle
E. HAMILTON
Mrs. Dangle

... Sheridan. THE EPILOGUE WILL BE SPOKEN AFTER THE

DELIVERY OF THE PRIZES.

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Head Master.
THE REV. HENRY HOLDEN, D.D.
Late Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford.
Honorary Canon of Durham Cathedral.

Second Master.
THE REV. B. C. CAFFIN, MA.—Late Fellow and Tutor of Worcester

College, Oxford.

Mathematical Master.
THOS PERKINS, Esq., MA.-Late Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge.

Assistant Classical and Mathematical Master.
COLLIN THRELKELD, Esq., M.A.- Queen's College, Oxford.

Second Assistant Master.
THE REV, T. B. WADDELL, M.A.-Trinity College, Cambridge.

Modern Department Master.
HENRY WARNE, Esq.- University of London.
Third Assistant Master.--A. ATKINSON, Esq.

Foreign Language Master.
MONS. PAUL de VISME, B.L.-University of Paris.
Drawing Master.—MR. NEWTON.-Student of the Royal Academy.
Singing Master.-MR. M. BROWN.-Of the Cathedral Choir, Durham.
Brilling and Fencing Master.-SERGEANT-MAJOR HENDERSON.

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