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22 ANNUAL REPORT 1852 Hughes were in the list of Wranglers and four were Senior Optimes one William Jackson Brodribb was in the First Class and one Robert Monro in the Second Class in the Classical Tripos Henry William Watson Second Wrangler in 1850 has been elected Fellow of Trinity College William Charles Evans Second Wrangler in 1851 Fellow of St John's and John Frederick Hardy Wrangler in 1848 Fellow of Sidney Another Student Horace William Smith at the last Matri- culation Examination at the University of London was elected Exhibitioner in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy The present Students by their diligence and good conduct justify the hope of distinction in future The Council regret to announce that Mr John Julius Stutzer has been compelled by the state of his health to resign the office of Lecturer in English Literature and Modern History which he had held with so much honour to himself and advantage to the College As the only method of marking their strong sense of Mr Stutzer's services the Council have had the pleasure of electing him an Honorary Fellow of King's College London The vacancy thus occa- sioned has been filled up by the appointment of the Rev James Sherman Brewer gentleman fully competent to do justice to this branch of instruction while he continues to discharge with his usual efficiency his duties as Lecturer in Classical Literature Mr llickards whose election to the Professorship of English Law and Jurisprudence was announced in last year's Report was unable to enter upon the duties of his office in consequence of his receiving short time afterwards the valuable but onerous appointment of" Counsel to the Speaker of the House of Commons The Council have been so fortunate as to secure the services of Mr James Stephen and the new Professor has already delivered his inaugural Lecture and proposes during the present Term to deliver course of Lectures on The Legal Condition of the English Citizen The period for which Mr Samuel Turner Fearon was elected in 1847 Professor of Chinese Literature having
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