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THE

CHELTONIAN.

A MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

EDITED BY

MEMBERS OF CHELTENHAM COLLEGE.

“ FLORUIT, FLORET, FLOREAT."

VOL. I.-1866.

CHELTENHAM : NORMAN AND SONS, PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.

CHELTENHAM :

NORMAN AND SONS, PRINTERS, ST. GEORGE'S HALL AND CLARENCE STREET.

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Contents of Volume I.

Page

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Ambition.

288

CRICKET MATCHES-

Broomstick Match, The 99

Boarding-house Musical Societies 257 Cheltonians v. Edinburgh

Boat Club Picnic, The

Academy

141

Boating Club, The

9

Cheltonians v. Edinburgh

Boat Races, The

213

Garrison

142

Breaking-up Day

80 Classical v. Modern бо, 222

Britannicus

107, 148, 187 College v. The Town, The 52

College v. Cirencester, The 54

Cape of Good Hope, A few Inci-

College v. Conservatives, The 55

dents of recent Travel at 75 Collegev.Variegated Annuals,

C.C.B.C.

33

The

,

C.C.R.C.

96, 182 Eleven v. C. C. Turnbull's,

Choir and Chapel Services, The . 155 Esq., Eleven, The

Classics

67 Eleven v. Twenty-two, The .

College Concert, The

28 Eleven v. W. Laurie's Eleven,

College Races, The

The

CORRESPONDENCE-

Eleven, The Second

103

Boating

24

H. S. Reade's Eleven

Boat Race, The .

226

Marlborough Match, The. 57

Boating Club, The · 63, 105, 144 Old v. Present, The

IOI
Cheltenham at Wimbledon 144 Præfects v. The College, The 98
College Cadet Corps, The 62 Town Match, The

185

College Choir, The.

63

Twenty-two Match, The

224

College Nomenclature . 265 W. Laurie's Eleven.

Cricket.

25 Cricket Averages

263

Eleven Ribbon, The 265 | Cruachan, A Legend of .

290

Etymology.

63

Fatal Accident to Mr. Bradley 265 Dom of Cologne, The

118

Fives and Racquet Courts, The 266
Football, On :

Events to Come, Summary of 181,219

Ghosts, A Word about.

“Grub Carts,” The.

304 Flower Show at the Gardens, The 158

Hockey

302 FOOTBALL MATCHES-

Improvements

66 A to H v. K to Z

260

Nuisance, A

65

B Day Boys and Houses v.

Notice-Boards, The

106

The College

299

Novels

145 Big Rooms v. Side Rooms · 297
Order in the Playground · 186 Classical Houses v. Modern
Præfect System, The

265, 303
Houses

· 261
Præfects' Room, The . 106 Classical 1. Modern.

299

Police again, The

64 College v. Training College,

Proposal, A

24

The

298

Proposed Club

66 Cricketers v. The College. 260

Racquets

302

Fireflies v. Grasshoppers 259

Reading in Chapel

· 303 First Twenty v. Next Fifty,

Shrewsbury Boat Race, The. 104

The

260

Suggestion, A

106 North v. South

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Football Matches-continued. Page | POETRY, ORIGINAL,

Page
Præfects v. The College, The 261 Evening Walk, An

89
Town Match, The
259 Shepherd Boy, The.

129

Two Sides of the Chapel . 259

To

211

Preface

I

Ghosts, A Word about
38 Progress, On

168
Another Word about 125 Public Schools' Match

Another Believer in 166
Grand Stand at the Races, The 7 Racquets, Handicap, The

293
Rifle Corps, The

19, 51

Half-way House, The

14, 70 Rinderpest, Apropos of the 34

Holidays, During the

200

Holyhead, My First Visit to · 239 Schoolboy, Rambles by a

3

School Successes

141
Imagination, A Word about the . 112 September. How I Spent my Ist of 175
In Memoriam-Rev. E. B. Wawn 203 Shrewsbury Boat Race, The 48
-J. H. Bradley 252 Subscribers, Address to

147

India, Hunting in .

283 Subscribers, To Our .

27

Kangaroo, The.

164 Tenby and its Neighbourhood . . 132

TRANSLATIONS-

Landscape Painting

123 Alcaics, Latin, Into.

130

Life at a Public School-Chap. I. 275 Butterfly, The

286

Elegiacs, Latin, Into

Midsummer Concert, The . 90 Hexameters, Latin, Into · 36, 162

Monthly Compendium, Our 227, 292 Iambics, Greek, Into

286

Prose, Latin, Into

130

Novels, On.

30 Sapphics, Latin, Into

162

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Passover, Celebration of, in 1834 . 10 Yorkshire, Glimpse into, A.

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THE CHELTONIAN.

MAY, 1866.

Preface.

N offering the first number of The Cheltonian to the approval

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have two objects in view ;-first, to publish a Magazine which shall contain sound and sensible papers on various subjects, in which it may fairly be presumed the School generally takes an interest ; secondly, to shew that Cheltenham College is fully as competent as any of her rivals to produce a paper of her own : for it has been remarked, that, while at other public schools magazines are published and supported by their members, yet at Cheltenham no such proof of literary culture exists. It is to remedy this deficiency that The Cheltonian is published.

Now, in the first of these objects, the Editors are perfectly aware that the task they have before them is no slight one ; for difficult as it is in all cases to start and successfully continue a new periodical, that difficulty is rendered still greater when, as in the present case, there are constant changes taking place among those on whom the Magazine must chiefly depend for support.

However, if that esprit de corps, for which, we trust, Cheltenham College will ever be celebrated, and which, during so many years, has kept at so high a pitch of excellence its Football Club and its Eleven, be also shewn in literary pursuits, we cannot but feel certain that The Cheltonian will long be found among us.

We hope that in the future numbers the Masters and old Cheltonians will lend their assistance ; for if the task of writing be

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