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of properly-qualified candidates from the favoured Schools, all the above Scholarships may be thrown open to general competition.

(2) Five Scholarships, open to all persons under the age of twenty. They are tenable for five years, and are of the inclusive annual value of £100. The examination usually takes place in Trinity Term.

(3) One Scholarship (Holmes Scholarship), open to all persons without any limitation as to age, and tenable for five years.

(4) Four Scholarships (Casberd Scholarships), which are confined to members of the College who have been one year at least in residence, and who are on no foundation. They are tenable for four years, and are of the annual value of £90.

At Jesus there are

(1) Twenty Scholarships, confined to persons who are either natives of Wales or Monmouthshire, or who for the four years preceding the day of election, or if members of the University, the day of their matriculation, have been educated at one of the Free Grammar Schools of Abergavenny, Bangor, Beaumaris, and Bottwnog, or the Free School of Cowbridge. They are of the inclusive annual value of £80, and they are tenable until the end of the twentieth Term from matriculation. Candidates must be under twenty-four years of age.

(2) Two Scholarships, of the same value and tenable for the same length of time as the above, but open without restriction as to place of birth.

(3) Exhibitions, the number of which is at present thirty, and which are confined to "deserving persons, being natives of Wales or Monmouthshire, whom the Principal and Fellows have ascertained to be in need of support at the University. They are tenable until the end of the twentieth Term from matriculation, and are of the annual value of £40.

At Wadham there are

(1) Fifteen Scholarships, open to all persons under twenty years of age, and tenable for five years. Their annual value, inclusive of rooms, is £80. The election takes place on December 6, and one Scholarship is usually awarded every year for excellence in Mathematics.

(2) Two Clerkships, of the approximate annual value of £80, inclusive of rooms. They are in the nomination of the Warden, and are usually tenable until the degree of B.A.

(3) Ten Exhibitions (Hody Exhibitions), which are awarded after examination, four for the study of Hebrew, and six for the study of Greek. They are tenable for four years, and are at present of the annual value of £45: and the holders of them are examined once in each Term by the Regius Professors of Hebrew and Greek respectively.

(4) Four Exhibitions (Wills' Exhibitions), intended to promote the study of law and of medicine, two to be held by Fellows, and two by Scholars. The annual value of a Fellow's Exhibition is £90, of a Scholar's £18.

(5) Four Exhibitions (Goodridge Exhibitions), two of the annual value of £20, and two of £12, which are awarded to deserving Commoners.

(6) One Exhibition (Warner Exhibition), of the annual value of £10, intended to promote the study of Botany. It is in the nomination of the Warden. The Exhibitioner is to give proof of his study every year to the Professor of Botany.

(7) One Exhibition (Somerscales Exhibition), of the annual value of £12, (or two of £6 each,) in the nomination of the Warden.

In addition to the above the College gives an annual sum of £100 from its corporate funds to be assigned by the Warden and Tutors to deserving Undergraduates, in such proportions as they may think fit.

At Pembroke there are

(1) Five Scholarships, open to all persons under the age of twenty. They are tenable for five years, and are of the annual value of £60 in money, together with an allowance of £12 towards the rent of rooms in College, or of £10 towards lodgings.

(2) Five Scholarships confined to persons under the age of twenty, who have been educated, for the two years preceding the day of election, at Abingdon School. They are tenable for five years, and are of the annual value of £50, together with an allowance of £10 towards the rent of either rooms in College or

lodgings.

(3) Two Scholarships (King Charles I. Scholarships), confined to persons, under the age of twenty, born in Jersey or Guernsey, or in one of the islands adjacent to them, or educated for the two years preceding the election at Victoria College in Jersey or at Elizabeth College in Guernsey. They are tenable for five years, and are of the annual value of £90: the senior of the two Scholars has in addition an allowance of £10 towards the rent of either rooms in College or lodgings.

(4) One Scholarship (Bishop Morley's Scholarship), confined to the same persons as the preceding : it is tenable for five years, and its annual value is £70, together with an allowance of £10 towards the rent of rooms in College.

(5) One Scholarship (Rous Scholarship), confined to persons educated for the two years preceding the election at Eton College, and nominated by the Head Master. If more than one person be nominated by the Head Master, the College elects the most proficient. The Scholarship is tenable for five years, and its annual value is £60.

(6) One Scholarship (Holford Scholarship), confined to persons on the foundation of Sutton at the Charterhouse: but if on any vacancy two or more such candidates do not present themselves, or if the candidates who present themselves are not judged by the Master and Fellows to be of sufficient merit to be elected, the Scholarship is thrown open for that turn to all scholars of the Charterhouse School, educated for not less than two years at that. School. The Scholarship is tenable for five years, and is of the annual value of £60.

(7) Two Scholarships (Boulter and Radcliffe Scholarships), open without restriction: they are tenable for five years, and are of the annual value of £60.

(8) One Scholarship (Henney Scholarship), open without restriction: it is tenable for five years, and is of the annual value of £go.

(9) Two Scholarships (Oades and Stafford Scholarships), confined to persons who produce evidence that they are unable to defray the expense of a University education without assistance. They are tenable for five years, and are of the annual value of £60.

(10) Eight Scholarships (Townsend Scholarships), confined to persons who have been educated for the continuous period of

two out of the three years preceding the day of election at Gloucester, Cheltenham, Northleach, or Chipping-Campden School. They are tenable for eight years, but the holders share in the emoluments during only four years, and are of the annual value of £90, together with an allowance of £10 towards the rent of either rooms in College or lodgings.

All the Scholarships which are confined, as mentioned above, to particular Schools or localities, may be thrown open to general competition, if in the judgment of the Master and Fellows no candidate of sufficient merit presents himself from the favoured places. And in the case of the Scholarships No. 1 to 7 inclusive, the Master and Fellows may extend the time during which they are tenable for any period not exceeding two years.

At Worcester there are

(1) One Scholarship (Barnes Scholarship), of the inclusive annual value of £120, and tenable for four years. It is open without restriction. The subjects of examination are Classics, and the languages and subject-matter of Holy Scripture.

(2) Five Scholarships (Mrs. Eaton's Scholarships), confined to sons of clergymen who require assistance to support them at the University. They are tenable for five years from matriculation, and are of the inclusive annual value of £75.

(3) Three Scholarships (Dr. Clarke's Scholarships), open without restriction. They are tenable for five years, and are of the inclusive annual value of £75.

(4) Six Scholarships (Sir Thomas Cooke's Scholarships), confined to persons educated at Bromsgrove School. They are tenable for five years, and are of the inclusive annual value of £55.

(5) One Scholarship (Finney Scholarship), confined to natives of Staffordshire. It is tenable for five years, and its inclusive annual value is £60.

(6) Two Exhibitions (Lady Holford's Exhibitions), confined to persons educated at the Charterhouse. They are tenable for five years, and are of the inclusive annual value of £20.

(7) One Exhibition (Kay Exhibition), of the annual value of £30, tenable for five years, and confined to natives of Yorkshire.

(8) In addition to the above, the College gives a variable number of Exhibitions of the annual value of £2 1 for three years. The number of such Exhibitions is at present nine, and they are open without restriction.

(9) The College also offers an Exhibition, of the annual value of £70 for four years, to those Senior Candidates successively who have obtained the highest places in the First Division of the General List at the Oxford Local Examinations, provided that they are placed in the First Division of one at least of the four first Sections of Examination.

Of the above Scholarships and Exhibitions, those numbered 4, 5, 6, 7 may, in default of properly-qualified candidates from the favoured localities, be thrown open to general competition. The examination usually takes place in Easter or Trinity Term.

At St. Mary Hall there are

(1) Four Scholarships (Dyke Scholarships), confined to persons born in one of the counties of Somerset, Devon, and Cornwall, or who for the three years ending on the thirty-first day of December preceding the day of appointment have been resident in those counties, or who for the two years ending with such thirtyfirst day of December have been educated at any School or Schools in those counties. Candidates must be under the age of twenty: if members of the University, they must not have exceeded the fourth Term from that of their matriculation inclusive : and they must show to the satisfaction of the Trustees that they are in need of assistance to support them at the University. The Scholarships are tenable for four years from the day of appointment inclusive, and are at present of the annual value of £50, with a prospect of increase to £75. The examination takes place in January, and an appointment to one Scholarship at least must be made in every year. Except in special cases allowed by the Trustees the stipends are payable only during residence.

(2) One Exhibition (Nowell Exhibition), of the annual value of £30, and tenable for four years from matriculation. Preference is given to the kin of the Founder, Dr. Nowell, formerly Principal of the Hall, or his wife; and next to the lawful descendants of the Rev. John Rawbone (sometime Vice-Principal of St. Mary Hall) by Jane Mary his wife. In default of such candidates the appointment rests with the Principal.

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