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ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE. The following is the result of the June examina- tion, 1883, ef the students ot St David's College, Lampeter :-B.D. Degree The Rev H. C. W. Phillips, B.A. B.A. Degree Theological honours: Class IV, allowed the ordinary degree, D. A. Jones and G Mathiaa classical j honours Class II, D. Wi ilia mii.-Ordi nary Degree ThtlologioE I: Class II E. Davies, D. A. Jones, and G. Mothiaii-three bracketed J. I. Thomas, F. C. Williams-CIals III: T.Enoch, M.J. Marsden, J. Hughes, J. Jones, J. O. Evans, B. Jones, R. M. Hughes, and M. Jones, equal, J. B. Jones, and T. C. Richards, equal. Classical: Class II: J. J. Davies. Allowed the Theological Certificate, W. Gabe.- Bionnials S. Jones, J. Davies, G. G. Williams.—Moderation Ordinary Class I., E. Wolfe, J. Owen.—Class II, D. Griffiths, J, Fisher, J. Evans, D. Herbert, and D. Jones, three bracketed, D. Rees —Class III, D. J. Davies, and H. Davies, equal. J. LI. Herbert, J. Davies, J. J. Jenkins, and M. Richards, three bracketed, T. Davies, J. M. Raymond, J. M. Lewis. Classical: Class I, W. D. Roberts, J. T. Jones, and J. H. Thomas, equal,—Class II, D. P. Jones.- Rt sponsions Class I, W. P. Owens, T. M Evans, T. Harries, and Harries T. L. Jenkins—three bracketed, J. Parry.—Ctass II: J. Harries, it. Williams, T. E. Jones, J. Evans (Y), J. D. Griffiths, and J. Waugh— three bracketed, J. Jenkins, and T. J. Lewis equal,L, Davies*, J. N. Evans, W. Williams, B. S. Lloyd* S. Morgan,-Class III: W. Mor/is, L. Richards, J. Daniel,' D. Davies, T. Davies, J. Morgan, R. Owen*, and E. Roviivr-six bracketed, H. Jenkins, and J. W. D. May egu.I.-Prize.: Theology, S. Jones; mathematics, T. M. Evans; chemistry, J. G. Hughes logic, W. P. Owen classics, D. Wil- liams English history, T. M. Evans and R. Wil- liams, equal; Hebrew (OHivaut), J. I. Thomas (second year), H. Davies (first year) not awarded Bates, W. P. Owen.-Tbe examiners for the B.D. degree were the Very Rev C. J. Vaughan, D.D., dean of Llandaff, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; the Rev H. Austin Wilson, M.A., Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford and the Rev Joseph Hughes, B.D., late profes-or of Welsh, and lecturer in Hebrew at St David/s College. The examiners for the B.A. degree were the Rev Fred. Watson, M A., late Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge; the Rev H. A. Wilson, M.A., Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford and Mr John Rhys, professor of Celtic in the University of Oxford, Fel- low of Jesus College. On Thursday, the degrees were conferred at the Town Hall.

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