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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Wilbraham Education

    in 1840 . Its master and mistress taught in two school rooms, sharing a teacher's house, 17 perhaps the Old School , a timber-framed cottage of 1640 on High Street . 18 In 1851, when half of c . 100

    Parishes Clifton

    stock was transferred to the official trustees in 1865 , and the dividends are remitted by them to the Old School Charity trustees. Inf. from. Bd. of Agric. ( 1905 ). Close, 39 Geo. III, m. 11, No. 12. V.C.H.

    Kencot Social history 53. The Old School House , formerly the village school 54. The Carter Institute

    (Fig. 53) was a converted barn built lengthways along the street, probably for Kencot Manor . 43 53. The Old School House , formerly the village school In 1815 Carter's school was attended by 8 boys and 19 girls, though

    Parishes Todenham

    rectory in the 17th century. 45 It had fallen into disrepair and was pulled down shortly before 1962. The Old School , south-west of the church, was another partly timber-framed and partly rubble house, with an overhanging upper story and

    Barmby Moor

    Ch. Ret.; White, Dir. Hull & York ( 1846 ), 469; date on building. A beckside house known as Old School in 1911 is illus. in Wood Rees , Barmby , 94. E.R.R.O., SGP. 3. Mins. of Educ. Cttee. of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gamddo, lhwyrach, gylch o gyfeillion, a hwy, wrth gwrs, yw ei bregethwyr ef. Neu y mae ym perthyn Pr "Old School," a'r pregethwyr hwyliog, ben fasiwn, yw ei favoerites; neu vice versa, y mae yn perthyn i'r "New SChool," a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London, TIHE PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL and MISCELLANY. No. 1.-To be continued Quarterly.-Contents:-Introductory Statenseot.- 1. Proceedings of the Metaphysicians of the Old School for the Supprescinn of l'lrenology.-2. Remarks on some recent Attacks on Phrenology.-3. Corrcs- ipondouce betwixt Mr. George Combo and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coffee-bouses, Streets, Wards, Conmpanies, &c. Intended as a Lounge-Book for Londoners and their Country Cousins. By One of the Old School. Hoomoroasly iluFtraTed. CANTABRIGIENSES; foolscap eve. bds. with a Portrait of 2. FACETI}E CNARGESS olepBo .wt otato Professor Person, 5-. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    betray thee, and thon shoboldst fall a victim to thine own contrivance. Farewell for ever! ye peripatetics of the Old School; though ye no longer exist as a body, though your acts have become as the tales of former times,- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are pure, says Paul, in the books of the Christians. quicqssfdrecipstur, recipitr ad modum recipientis-says a maxim of the Old School Logic. The effect of whatsoever is received, will be corre- spondent to the constitution of that, by which, or Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    London debates, 1799

    who spoke in this Society with much ability in defence of Mr. Garrick, Mrs. Yates, Craufurd, and for the Old School of Actors. It proves to have been a Mrs. Hart, formerly Mrs. Reddish, of Drury Lane Theatre. This unfortunate,

    London debates, 1798

    Messr. Garrick, Palmer, Mossop, Barry, Sheridan, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Yates, Mrs. Pope, and the Actors and Actresses of the Old School; or Messr. Kemble, Pope, Holman, Lewis, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Siddons, and those of the New?' Morning Herald

    Corporation Miscellanea, Miscellaneous documents

    e Same In your accounpt as Ordered by Me. High Street Ward y e 1st poors Rate 1. The Old School 10 s . [struck out ] . 2. D the tolls at 2 s . in y e 2.

    Report on the Charities of the Merchant Taylors' Company

    were authorised to enfranchise a piece of copyhold land containing 17 perches, forming part of the garden of the Old School at Great Crosby, for the sum of 25 l . 10 s ., and by a subsequent Order, dated


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