Clipped From The Times
- Tho funeral of the late Sir J. B. Seeley, Begins Professor of Modexs History fa the rjaiveraHy of Cambridge, took place yesterday afterBOos at Cambridge. The first portica of tha burial serric waa said ia the chapel of GonviQa aad Cains College, of which society the late nrofeasor was a Fellow. Amoarst those present were the Yice - Chaacellor (the Provost of King's), th Masters of Trinity. Clare, Peterbous; r.mmaaoei,. Trinity rlall, mrist's, at. C'stasnae's, Selwys, aad Ayerst aiau, the Vice - Master of Troity, the Praaidest oi 8t. John's, lady Wade, Profesaoa Hit O. M, Humphry, Sir Robert rkUl, CMord AlMxrtt, S. C. Clark, K. B. Cawell. H. B. SweU, A. P. Xirkpatrick, . C. Jebb, kip.. Sir G. G. Stokes, G. D. Liveiag. H. R. Bylar, A. Maraball, W.W - Skest, H. M. Gwatkin, C. S. Boy, V.H. Staatos, aad J. B. Bradbury, the Public Orator, the Begistrary, the proctors. Dr. Kouth, Mr.' Sedley Taylor, Mr. Oscar Browning. Mr. T. P. C. fladdiestuc,. Mr. B. T. CUdwelf. Mr. J. B. MuUingar, Mr, Yf. Mallisea, sad Mr. W. Batesoa. The body was met at th Gate of Honour by the Pellews ox Uoarille and Cains aad by the - Master and fallows of Christ's. TheeSeiaskc clergy were the Master of Gonrillo and Caias (Dr. Ferrers), the Master of Trinity (Dr. Batlar); Dr. Abbott (late Head Master af the Citr of London School), aad the Bar. A. MKaight, Dean of Caks, Aa Easter hymn. " What availa that wiaUr di V sIS7t IrftoFt 1L tha'M - I i I .1. - . - mZ . 1 - a I I road Cemetery.