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Holy Communion ; ** '* The Lost Found J " "A Jealous Eye J " "The Duenna's Return j" "The New Dress ; " and " Under the Mistle- toe;" "The Bashful Swain;"

  • ' The Duenna and her Cares ; "

"Attack and Defence;" "De- tected;" "The Gaoler's Daugh- ter;" " Caught Napping ; " The Banker's Private Boom, — Negotiat- ing a Loan;" "Old Polk and Young Folk ; " " Pay for Peeping ; " " In with You;" "Stolen Glances;" "The other Name?" "The Poet's Theme ; " " Simny Moments ; " and a large religious subject with figures of colos^ size^ entitled " The Healing Mercies of Christ," painted as an altar piece for the chapel of St. Thomas' Hospital ; portrait of Thomas Woolcombe, Esq., i>ainted for the South Devon BaUway Company ; " Under Lock and Key;" "Coming Down to Dinner;" "The World For- getting;" "Critics on Costume — Fashions Change ;" portrait of the Lord Advocate of Scotland, and two portrait groups arranged as subject pictures, one of Mr. and Mrs. Jessop, the other of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tomlin ; " Le Jour des Morts;" "Life in the ChAteau Gardens at Fontaincbleau," 1881; " A Merry Cha^ in Haddon Hall," 1882; and "Wedding Rings," 1883. In 1882 Mr. Horsley was elected Treasurer of the Royal Academy.

HORT, The Rev. Fenton John Antont, D.D., was born about 1829, and graduated in 1860 at Trinity Coflege, Cambridge. He was a Junior Optime in the Mathe- matical Tripos, and was bracketed third classic. He took honours in the Moral Sciences Tripos, obtain- ing a first class, and also being awarded the Moral Philosophy Prize, then given by the late Dr. Whewell, the Professor of Moral Philosophy. Mr. Hort won the second place in the First Class of the Natural Sciences Tripos, being distinguished in Physiology and

Botany. These academical successes were rewarded by a Fellowship at Trinity College, which he held until 1858. In 1857 he was pre- sented to the college living of St. Ippolyt . with Great Wymondley, Hertfordshire, a preferment he held until 1872, when he returned to Cambridge on being elected a Fel- low of Emmanuel College. Since 1872 he has been a constant resi- dent in the University and has delivered lectures on Theology. He was examining chaplain to uie Bishop of Ely (Dr. Harold Browne) from 1871 to 1873, and upon the translation of Bishop Browne to the see of Winchester Dr. Hort was retained as one of the examining chaplains to that prelate. He has been one of the select preachers before the University on several occasions, and in 1871 was elected Hulsean Lecturer. On Dec. 18, 1878, he was elected to the Hulsean Professorship of Divinity, vacant by the promotion of the Rev. J. J. S. Perowne to the Deanery of Peter- borough. Dr. Hort has contributed nimierous articles to Smith and Wace's " Dictionary of Christian Biography," and published in 1876 two dissertations — (1) "On Mono- gonos Theos in Scripture and Tradi- tion," (2) " On the Constantinopo- litan and other Eastern Creeds of the Foiuth Century." He was a member of the company for the Revision of the Authorized Ver- sion of the New Testament. Dr. Hort has several times examined for the Natural Sciences and MoraJ Sciences Triposes. He was a mem- ber of the Board of Theological Studies, and is an examiner for the Theological Tripos, and a member of the Council of the Senate of the University of Cambridge.

HOSE, The Right Rev. George Frederick, D.D., Bishop of Singa- pore, Labuan, and Sarawak, son of the Rev. Frederick Hose, M.A., rector of Dunstable, was born at Cambridge in 1838, and educated at St. John's College in that univer-