SCHOLARS

[tem of Eton College printed ephemera.] Paper, giving passages in English for translation into 'Latin Verse' and 'Latin Prose', under the heading 'Eton College. Election, 1859.'

Author: 
[Eton College printed ephemera, 1859; Charles Old Goodford (1812-1884), headmaster]
Publication details: 
[Eton College, Berkshire.] 1859.
£25.00

1p., 8vo. Very good, on lightly aged and worn paper. Passages 'For Latin Verse' (beginning 'Alas! what a varying and changeable (thing) is our life!') and 'For Latin Prose' (beginning 'He ordered them to go away.'), under the heading 'Eton College. | Election, 1859. | (E)'.

[Three items of Eton College printed ephemera.] Handbill, with names, of the 'Election of King's Scholars, Eton, August 1st, 1860'; and Eton College Election papers for 1859 and 1860, both with English texts for translation into Latin verse and prose

Author: 
[Eton College printed ephemera, 1859 and 1860; Charles Old Goodford (1812-1884); Rev. Edward Henry Rogers; C. Waterfield]
Publication details: 
[Eton College, Berkshire.] 1859 and 1860.
£120.00

All three items in fair condition, on lightly aged and worn paper. ONE: Handbill. 4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. First page headed 'The Electors and Examiners', listing the names of six individuals, including the schools headmaster Dr Goodford, and 'The Rev. Edward Henry Rogers, M.A., Fellow of King's College, Cambridge; | C. Waterfield, Esq., M.A., Fellow of King's College, Cambridge'. Second page listing the names of twenty pupils from 'Maude' to 'Wace', under heading 'Election of King's Scholars, Eton, | August 1st, 1860'.

Victorian studio photograph.

Author: 
William John Thoms
Publication details: 
Without date or place.
£35.00

Antiquary (1803-85), first editor of Notes and Queries. Sepia. Dimensions roughly 2 1/4 inches by 3 1/2 inches. Faded image of a bespectacled Thoms knees upward, seated in profile at a table examining a small book on top of another book and leaning against a pile of six others. The oval is in a frame beneath which, in copper-plate letters (in the photograph and not manuscript), 'William J Thoms'. Stuck to a piece of card on the reverse of which is a grubby, foxed, nineteenth-century plate of William Cowper the poet.

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