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|VERRALL, ARTHUR WOOLLGAR.|
Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Oct. 7, 1869. [Eldest] s. of Henry [solicitor], of 26, Gloucester Place, Brighton (and Anne Webb Woollgar). B. there Feb. 5, 1851.
School, Wellington College.
Matric. Michs. 1869; Scholar, 1870; Pitt Scholar, 1872; B.A. (2 nd Classic and Chancellor's Classical medal) 1873; Whewell Scholar, 1875; M.A. 1876; Litt.D. 1888.
College Lecturer, 1877-1911; Tutor, 1889-99.
President of the Union, 1873.
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 5, 1873.
Called to the Bar, May 10, 1876.
Equity draftsman and conveyancer.
On the South-Eastern Circuit.
Clark Lecturer in English Literature, 1909-10.
First King Edward VII Professor of English Literature, 1911-12. 'A lecture by him was definitely a performance prepared, down to small details, with an orator's sense of effect.' President of the Philological Society, 1896-7. President of the Classical Society, 1907.
Married, June 17, 1882, Margaret de G., dau. of Frederic Merrifield, Barrister, of Brighton, and had issue, one daughter.
Hon. Litt.D. (Dublin). Author, numerous editions of classical works, including the Medea; Seven Against Thebes; Agamemnon; Studies Literary and Historical in the Odes of Horace, etc.
Died June 18, 1912, at his residence, 5, Selwyn Gardens, Cambridge.
( Inns of Court; Law Lists ; Foster, Men at the Bar; D.N.B.; Who was Who ; Sir J. J. Thomson, Recollections and Reflections, 320.)
|Arthur Woollgar VERRALL |
Approx. lifespan: 18511912
pens. Trinity College adm1869:10:07
Eldest s. of Henry VERRALL [
Solicitor of 26 Gloucester Place, Gloucester, Brighton, [Sussex], (and Anne Webb Woollgar)
b. there 1851:02:05
Sch: Wellington College Wellington, [Berkshire],
Pitt Scholar 1872
BA 2 nd Classic and Chancellor's Classical Medal 1873
Whewell Scholar 1875
College Lecturer: 1877-1911
President of: : Cambridge Union Society 1873
Adm. Lincoln's Inn: 1873:05:05
Called to the Bar: 1876:05:10
Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer:
On: South-Eastern Circuit
Clark Lecturer in English Literature 1909-10
First King Edward VI
I Professor of: English Literature 1911-12
'A lecture by him was definitely a performance prepared, down to small details, with an orator's sense of effect.'
President of: : Philological Society 1896-97
President of: : Classical Society 1907
m. 1882:06:17 Margaret de G. dau. of Frederic MERRIFIELD Barrister of: Brighton, [Sussex], one daughter.
Hon. LittD Dublin
Publ.: numerous editions of classical works, including the Medea; Seven Against Thebes; Agamemnon; Studies Literary and Historical in the Odes of Horace etc.
d. 1912:06:18 at his residence, 5 Selwyn Gardens, CB, [Cambridgeshire],
( Inns of Court; Law Lists ; Foster, Men at the Bar; D.N.B.; Who was Who ; Sir J. J. Thomson, Recollections and Reflections 320)
[add:]Portrait in chalk, by Rothenstein, 1908, in Fitzwilliam Museum[:add]
[add:]Photographs: CAS: F.116; < > CUA , : Phot.7 (C. Portrait Gallery, no. 9; The Gownsman 1910:01:20 )[:add]
[add:](Goodison: CP : 214)[:add]
[add:]one of the Cambridge 'Apostles'[:add]
[add:] bur. Ascension Parish Burial Ground, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire , [:add]
[add:](Martin Packer, 2014)[:add]