Professor G. B. Howes, F.R.S., on William Kitchin Parker.
*Mr. R. H. Hutton (d. 1897) on Walter Bagehot.
*Mr. Alexander Ireland (d. 1894) on Leigh Hunt.
Professor Sir Richard Jebb on Bentley and Porson.
The Hon. Francis Lawley on Admiral Rous.
Mr. W. S. Lilly on Cardinal Newman.
Sir Theodore Martin on Prince Albert, John Singleton Copley (Lord Lyndhurst), and Croker.
Sir Alfred Milner, G.C.B., on Arnold Toynbee.
The Right Hon. John Morley on Richard Cobden,
Sir George Herbert Murray, K.C.B., on Thomas Tooke.
The Hon. George Peel on Sir Robert Peel.
Mr. F. C. Penrose, F.R.S., on Christopher Wren.
Mr. G. W. Prothero on Sir John Robert Seeley.
Mr. . E. Prothero on Dean Stanley.
The Rev. Hastings Rashdall on Wycliffe.
Mrs. Richmond Ritchie on Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Professor Goldwin Smith on Lord Cardwell.
The Very Rev. W. R. W. Stephens, Dean of Winchester, on St. Anselm.
Professor Silvanus Thompson, F.R.S., on Sir Charles Wheatstone.
*Professor Tyndall (d. 1893) on Michael Faraday.
Sir Henry Trueman Wood on Sir William Siemens.
Dr. Aldis Wright on Edward Fitzgerald.
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