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circumstances in which, owing to the expenditure of his own means in furtherance of this object, his family are left at his decease. 100Z." James Simpson, 1781-1853, knew Sir Walter Scott, and criticized ' Waverley ' before its publication (' D.N.B.,' vol. Hi.).
1880, January 26th (Earl of Beaconsfield). Miss MARY ANN SYDNEY TURNER.
" In consideration of the services rendered by her father, the Turner, late Very Rev. Sydney Turner, as Inspector of Reformatories and Industrial Schools. 751"
1881, February 5th (W. E. Gladstone).
\r tr T> Mrs. Maria
MRS. MARIA RODGERS. Kodgers.
" In consideration of the services of her late husband, the Rev. John Rodgers, in the cause of pubHc elementary education. 751"
1882, August 16th (W. E. Gladstone).
MRS. EMMA ROBINSON. ^rs. Emma
" In recognition of the services of her husband, the late Canon Robinson, in the cause of pubHc education. 80Z."
1892, January 2nd (Marquis of SaHsbury). MR. THOMAS WOODHOUSE LEVIN. r Th 5 mas
Woodhouse " In consideration of the services he has rendered to education Levin.
and philosophy and mental science, of his blindness, and of his
inadequate means of support. 501 "
Examiner and teacher of Moral Science at Cambridge ; ' Six
Lectures on Cicero,' Cambridge, Deighton (Sonnenschein's ' Best
1892, June 20th (Marquis of Salisbury). Miss LETITIA MARIAN COLE, Miss HENRIETTA LINDSAY COLE, and Daughters of
Miss ROSE OWEN COLE. Sl cSc Dry
" In recognition of the services rendered by the late Sir Henry Cole to the cause of artistic and scientific education. 30Z. each."
Sir Henry Cole, 1808-82 (Athenasum, April 22nd, 1882 ; ' Fifty Years of Public Work,' 2 vols., 1884 ; ' D.N.B.,' vol. xi.).
1897, June 2nd (Marquis of SaHsbury). MR. ARCHIBALD HAMILTON BRYCE, D.C.L. Archibald
" In recognition of his services in the cause of secondary Bryce. education in Scotland. 5QL"