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HUDDERSFIELD & DISTRICT HISTORY
COLLEGE PRIZE MEDALS.
THE HISTORY AND ENGLISH DECLAMATION GOLD MEDAL.
Instituted in 1861 by Edward Aldam Leatham, the Member of Parliament for Huddersfield, who gave £5 annually for the medal which was awarded for the two subects in alternate years.
|1862||J S Cameron|
|1864||James Alfred Bottomley||Declamation|
|1865||W H Sykes||Declamation|
|1868||O R Jones||Declamation|
|1870||W J Dodds||Declamation|
|1872||A W Bairstow (of Halifax)||Declamation|
|1873||D F E Sykes||History|
|1874||F H James||Declamation|
|1875||E B Hastings||History|
|1876||A R Whitham and R L Knaggs*||Declamation|
|1877||Arthur R Wright||History|
|1878||H W Brighouse||History|
* The two
were so nearly equal that Mr Leatham gave them each a medal.
It is possible that the subjects in 1865 and 1878 were wrongly reported.
|HUDDERSFIELD COLLEGE MEDALS||THE MORPETH AND CARLISLE GOLD MEDALS.|
|THE WRITING PRIZE||THE HISTORY AND ENGLISH DECLAMATION GOLD MEDAL|
|THE CLASSICAL SILVER MEDALS||MATHEMATICAL AND COMMERCIAL SILVER MEDALS|
|FRENCH AND GERMAN SILVER MEDALS||OTHER MEDALS|
|THE MEDALISTS, an alphabetical list.||THE MEDALISTS, biographical notes.|
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