LL.D. of Cambridge and Edin- burgh; born at Knaresborough^ June 21, 1825, was educated at the Grammar School, Bipon, and at Christ Church, Oxford, where he took a first-class in classics and a third in mathematics, and was elected to a Fellowship at Trinity College. He was ordained in 1848, became vicar of Navestock, Essex, in 1850, and Librarian to Arch- bishop Longley, at Lambeth, in 1862. He was Diocesan Inspector of Schools in the diocese of Ro- chester from 1860 till 1866, when he was appointed Begins Professor of Modern History at Oxford. In 1867 he was elected Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford; in 1876 an hono- rary Fellow of Balliol; and, in 1878, an honorary student of Christ Church. On Nov. 20, 1869, he was elected Curator of the Bodleian Library, vice Professor Conington, deceased; and in 1872 was chosen as a member of the Hebdomadal Council. In 1875 he was presented to the Rectory of Cholderton, Wilts. In 1879 he was appointed Canon Residentiary of S. Paul's; and in consequence resigned the rectory of Cholderton. He published, in 1850, "Hymnale secundum usum Sarum; " in 1858, " Registrum Sa- crum Anglicanum; " in 1860, "Tractatus de Sancta Cruce de Waltham; " edited, in 1863, " Mos- heim's Institutes of Church His- tory;" in 1864 and 1865, "Chronicles and Memorials of Richard 1." pub- lished by the Master of the Rolls; in 1867, the " Chronicle," ascribed to Benedict of Peterborough, in the same series; in 1868 - 71, the " Chronicle of Roger Hoveden j " in 1872-3, the "Memorial of Walter of Coventry; " in 1874, " Me- morials of S. Dunstan; " and, in 1876, the "Works of Ralph de Diceto; " and several other books issued by the Master of the Rolls j in 1870, " Select Charters and other Illustrations of English Con- stitutional History, from the Earliest Period to the Reign of
Edward I.; " and published, in 1874, 1875, and 1878, " The Consti- tutional History of England, in its Origin and Development,'* 3 vols. Dr. Stubbs is a perpetual delegate of the Clarendon Press, Vice-Presi- dent of the Surtees and Yorkshire Archsdological Society, an honorary member of the Royal Irish Aca- demy and of the Historical Society of Massachusetts, a foreign member of the Bavarian Academy, a corre- sponding member of the Prussian Academy, of the American Academy of Arts, and of the Royal Society of Sciences at Gdttingen. On March 30, 1882, he was elected a corre- sponding member of the French Academy of Sciences.
SULLIVAN, Alexander Mar- tin, second son of Mr. D. Sullivan, of Dublin, was born at Bantry, co. Cork, in 1830. While prosecuting his studies as an artist in Dublin and London, about 1853, he became connected with the newspaper and periodical press, and on the retire- ment of Mr., now Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, in 1855, became connected with the NcUion newspaper, of which he remained editor and proprietor up to the close of 1876. In 1857 he travelled for a few months in America, and published the result of a portion of his tour in a little work entitled •* A Visit to the Valley of Wyoming." In 1868 he was twice prosecuted by the Government on two separate indictments for sedi- tion arising out of the Manchester executions, and, being convicted on one, imderwent four months' im- prisonment in Richmond Gt&o\. While in prison, notice of his nomination as Lord Mayor of Dublin for the ensuing year was made in the Municipal Council, of which he was a member; but he at once stopped the proceedings. On his release a committee was formed to present him with a National Testi- monial, but he expressed his disin- clination to be the recipient of any compliment pecuniarily valuable; and a sum of over JB300, which had, 3 u 2