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1874.-Dr. Georg Schweinfurth-Founder's Medal for his discovery of the Uelle River, beyond the South-western limits of the Nile basin; and for his admirable work, The Heart of Africa,' in which he has recorded the results of his travels.

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Colonel P. Egerton Warburton - Patron's Medal- for his journey across the previously unknown Western Interior of Australia; from Alice Springs, on the line of overland telegraph, to the West Coast near De Grey River.

SCHOOLS' PRIZE MEDALS:

Physical Geography.-LOUIS WESTON, City of London School (Gold
Medal).

FRANCIS CHARLES MONTAGUE, University College School (Bronze
Medal).

Political Geography.-WILLIAM HARRY TURTON, Clifton College, Bristol
(Gold Medal).

LIONEL JACOB, City of London School (Bronze Medal).

1875.-Lieut. Weyprecht-Founder's Medal-for his explorations and discoveries in the Arctic Sea between Spitzbergen and Nova Zembla.

Lieut. Julius Payer-Patron's Medal-for his journey and discoveries along the coast of Franz-Josef's Land, between Spitzbergen and Nova Zembla.

W. H. JOHNSON - Gold Watch-for services rendered to Geography while engaged in the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India among the Himalayas.

SCHOOLS' PRIZE MEDALS:

Physical Geography.-HENRY ALEXANDER MIERS, Eton College (Gold
Medal).

ARCHIBALD EDWARD GARROD, Mailborough College (Bronze Medal).
Political Geography.-SIDNEY H. B. SAUNDERS, Dulwich College (Gold
Medal).

WM. C. GRAHAM, Eton College (Bronze Medal).

1876.-Lieut. V. Lovett Cameron, R.N.

Founder's Medal - for his journey across Africa from Zanzibar to Benguela, and his survey of the Southern half of Lake Tanganyika. Mr. John Forrest-Patron's Medal-in recognition of the services to Geographical Science rendered by his numerous successful explorations and route-surveys in Western Australia.

SCHOOLS' PRIZE MEDALS:

Physical Geography.-JOHN WILKIE, Liverpool College (Gold Medal).
WALTER NEW, Dulwich College (Bronze Medal).

Political Geography.-THOMAS KNOX, Haileybury College (Gold Medal).
W. M. H. MILNER, Marlborough College (Bronze Medal).

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE MEDAL :

F. H. GLANVILL, Devon County School (Silver Medal).'
OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE MEDALS:-

JOHN WILKIE, Liverpool College (Silver Medal).

H. M. WARD, Bridgnorth Grammar School (Bronze Medal).

1877.-Captain Sir George S. Nares, R.N., K.C.B.-Founder's Medal -for having commanded the Arctic Expedition of 1875-6; also for his Geographical services in command of the Challenger Expedition.

The Pundit Nain Singh-Patron's Medal for his great journeys and surveys in Tibet and along the Upper Brahmaputra, during which he determined the position of Lhása, and added largely to our positive knowledge of the Map of Asia.

Captain A. H. MARKHAM, R.N.-a Gold Watch-for having commanded the Northern Division of sledges in the Arctic Expedition of 1875-6, and for having planted the Union Jack in 83° 20′ 26" N., a higher latitude than had been reached by any previous Expedition.

SCHOOLS' PRIZE MEDALS:

Physical Geography.-WALTER NEW, Dulwich College (Gold Medal).
ARTHUR SMYTH FLOWER, Winchester College (Bronze Medal).
Political Geography.-WILLIAM JOHN NEWTON, Liverpool College
(Gold Medal).

JOHN WILKIE, Liverpool College (Bronze Medal).

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE MEDALS:

H. C. TEMPLE, Brighton Grammar School (Silver Medal for Physical
Geography, and Silver Medal for Political Geography).

OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE MEDALS:-
JOHN EDWARD LLOYD, Chatham Institute, Liverpool (Silver Medal).
JAMES EDWIN FORTY, City Middle-Class School (Bronze Medal).

1878.-Baron F. von Richthofen-Founder's Medal—for his extensive travels and scientific explorations in China; also for his great work in which the materials accumulated during his long journeys are elaborated with remarkable lucidity and completeness. Captain Henry Trotter, R.E.-Patron's Medal-for his services to Geography, in having conducted the Survey operations of the late Mission to Eastern Turkistan, under Sir Douglas Forsyth, which resulted in the connection of the Trigonometrical Survey of India with Russian Surveys from Siberia; and for having further greatly improved the map of Central Asia.

SCHOOLS' PRIZE MEDALS:

Physical Geography.-WILLIAM JOHN NEWTON, Liverpool College (Gold Medal).

CHRISTOPHER MOUNSEY WILSON, Clifton College (Silver Medal). Political Geography.--WILLIAM WALLACE ORD, Dulwich College (Gold

Medal).

George Arnold TOMKINSON, Haileybury College (Silver Medal).

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE Medals:

P. W. EVANS, Cardiff (Silver Medal for Physical Geography).
J. HAYNES, West Buckland (Silver Medal for Political Geography).

CXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE MEDALS:

Arthur Edwin RESTARICK, North London College School (Silver Medal). FREDERICK WILLIAM KELLETT, Kingswood and Woodhouse Grove School (Bronze Medal).

1879.-Colonel N. Prejevalsky-Patron's Medal-for his successive Expeditions, route-surveys, in the years 1870-3 to Mongolia and the high plateau of Northern Tibet-unexplored country; also for his journey from Kulja to Lob-Nor in 1876-7, and for his published narratives of his travels.

Captain W. J. Gill, R.E.-Founder's Medal-for the important Geographical work along the northern frontier of Persia in 1873, and in Western China and Tibet in 1877; and especially for the traverse-survey made by him during the latter journey, and the very complete maps of his route.

SCHOOLS' PRIZE MEDALS:

Physical Geography.-MATTHEW GEORGE GRANT, Liverpool College (Gold Medal).

FRANK TAYLOR SHARPE, Liverpool College (Silver Medal).

Political Geography.-DAVID BOWIE, Dulwich College (Gold Medal).
CLAUDE L. BICKNELL, Harrow School (Silver Medal).

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE MEDALS :—

J. R. DAVIS (Silver Medal for Physical Geography).
MISS HELEN JONES (Silver Medal for Political Geography).

OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE MEDALS:—

ALLAN DANSON RIGBY, Liverpool College (Silver Medal).

ERNEST EDWARD KELLETT, Kingswood School, Bath (Bronze Medal).

1880.-Lieut. A. Louis Palander-Founder's Medal-for his services in connection with the Swedish Arctic Expedition, under Prof. A. E. Nordenskiöld, in the Vega in 1878-9.

Ernest Giles-Patron's Medal-for his explorations and surveys in Australia in 1872-6.

Bishop Crowther-Gold Watch-in recognition of his services to Geography on the River Niger.

E. H. Bunbury-Vote of Thanks by the Council in acknowledgment of the value of his 'History of Ancient Geography.'

SCHOOLS' PRIZE MEDALS :-
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Physical Geography.-DAVID BOWIE, Dulwich College (Gold Medal).
ALBERT LEWIS HUMPHRIES, Liverpool College (Silver Medal).
Political Geography.-FREDERICK JAMES NAYLOR, Dulwich College
(Gold Medal).

THEODORE BROOKS, London International College (Silver Medal).

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS PRIZE MEDALS:

MISS A. S. WESTBURY (Silver Medal for Physical Geography).
W. HORNBY (Silver Medal for Political Geography).

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