Harrison, Frederic, M.A., Wadham Coll., Oxon, 1856,. scholar 1848, fellow and tutor 1854, 1st class classics 1853, examiner in jurisprudence. Council of Legal Education 1869-76 (for London Univ. 1875-9), professor since 1878, public examiner honours schools Oxford Univ. 1875-6, in pass schools 1881, moderator in honours schools 1870, 1878, public examiner (jurisprudence) Oxford 1879-81, a member of the royal commission upon trades unions 1867-9, secretary to royal commission for law digest 1869-70, author of Order and Progress, Social Statistics, The Meaning of History, etc., a student of Lincoln's Inn 14 Jan., 1854 (then aged 22), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1858 (eldest son of Frederic Harrison, Esq., of London); born 18 Oct., 1831; married 17 Aug., 1870, Ethel Bertha, only dau. of William Harrison, of London.
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