The studentship which he held was not meant to tie him down to lectures and examinations.
There is also a studentship of 75 and another of 80 a year, tenable for one year or more.
In the second year of this first studentship, in spite of my quiet life, I found myself in an awkward position.
Then he said he was sorry for that, as he meant to nominate me for a studentship.
One project I have entered on is to found a studentship, which will be called after his name.
Up to the time of his studentship, he had been left, intellectually, altogether to his own devices.
I have been determined in my choice of the studentship by the idea of what would be a sort of prolongation of his life.
And during the sixteen months of his studentship he grew sufficiently familiar with some of his fellow-students even to tutoyer.
As a schoolboy, as we have just noted, he aspired to the glory of studentship; having won to that he seems to have rested content.
In 1828 he came to London, where he succeeded in getting a studentship in the Royal Academy.