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    known in the city of tondon. On the 4th inst. at Middleton-Cheuey, Northamptoenhire, the Rev. FrancS Llayd, M-A. Assistaut-master of Charterhouse Schou. On the 17th tlt. at Havering-atue-Bower, Essex, Miss Balls, aged 613 Yert' cel4raeted for her attachment to goats. Subscribers-only content

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    East AdmNission, Is. T. C. HOPLAND, Sec. MR CROSS, WATCH MANUFACTURER, deceased.-The Business belonging to the Late Mr Cross, of Charterhouse square, will be carried on at the same Premises by his Eldest Son and Successor. JOHN B. CROSS, who Subscribers-only content

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    aged 70, father of John Wylie, M.D. of the Hoo. East India Comn. pausy's service. O, the l3th inst. in Charterhouse square, Win. Bell, Esq. of Bow churchyard, sokiciior, in his Galtb year. Onl I hursda), Mr Adams, the celebrated Subscribers-only content

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    MB JOHN MAJOR, formerly an eminent publisher in Fleet street, died on Tuesday morning last, at his apartments in the Charterhouse, aged sixty-seven years. Though unprosperous in business in his later life, he retained to the last the respect of Subscribers-only content

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    1201. a year, and all are provided with residences. It is to Charterhouse, for " Grey Friars " and " C'istercians " are but a thin disguise for Charterhouse and Carthusians, that Mr Thack- eray, in his excellent novel of Subscribers-only content

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    of producing the Examination papers of Charter-house, or those of any otherseat of learning. The Examinations of Cambridge or of Charterhouse are perfectly proper, because the simple object in those cases is to dis- cover what students have made the Subscribers-only content

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    Britain. By John Hullah, Professor of Vocal Music in Iiing's College and in Queen's College, London ; and Organist of Charterhouse. (Parker, Son, and Bourn.) -'National Hymns. How they are Written and How they are Not Written.' A Lyric and Subscribers-only content

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    Britain. By Sohn Hullah, Professor of Vocal Music in King's College and in Queen's College, London; and Organist of Charterhouse. Parker, Son, and Bourn. In his admirable volumes on ' Popular Music in the Olden Time,' Mr Chappell-besides doing much Subscribers-only content

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    and any toy use, the little pianos and other gilt trinkets in pasteboard, exhibited by Messrs Bauerrichter and Co. of Charterhouse square. The next section of this class includes books as speci- mens of the mechanical results attained by our Subscribers-only content

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    ground during the year in which he is a junior. The state of Charterhouse appears satisfactory enough in all but the unhealthirness of its position. As Charterhouse is chieflv a boarding-school, the evil admits of a very obvious remedy, not Subscribers-only content

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    in 1864, by JoHN HULILAH, ProfeSSorof VQ .l Music in King's College and in Queen's College, London alld Organist of Charterhouse. Post 8vo. V. CAMP AND CANTONMENT: A Journal of Life in India in 1857-1859, with some Acco, of the Subscribers-only content

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    experienced, are too often "perverse") left a wound in his heart that, we suspect, was never quite healed. Indeed, as Charterhouse boy, collegian, soldier, lover, pamphleteer, gazetteer, Parliament man, patentee, inventor of fish machines, and father of a family, poor Subscribers-only content

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    Great Yarmouth, where his father, the Rev. Richard Turner, was for thirty years the minister. His education was commenced at Charterhouse (of which he was afterwards a Governor) and finished at Pembroke College, Cambridge, of which his uncle, Dr Joseph Subscribers-only content

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    time when it ceased. Also a little infusion of literary feeling would have done no harm, as any mention of Charterhouse that does not mention its most famous pupil, Thomas Newcome, seems imper- fect. THE MAGAZINES. The Fortnighltly Beview for Subscribers-only content

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    the kingdom. The Charterhouse was founded in i6i i by Thomas Sutton for the maintenance of a certain number of scholars and poor brethren. Unlike the foundationers at most public schools, the founda- tioners, or gown-boys, at Charterhouse were socially Subscribers-only content

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    the Great Fire, and the site now occupied by the school was in i866 purchased of the Governors of the Charterhouse at a cost of 69o,ooo, before a stone of the new buildings was laid, out of the corporate funds Subscribers-only content

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    identified with this journal, was a Blue. The late Head-master, Mr. Bell, now of Marlborough College, and the Head-master of Charterhouse went to the University as exhibitioners of Christ's Hospital; and Sir Henry Maine also began his success in life Subscribers-only content

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    admrrssion to Cardiff Infrmary. The body of Mr. Janmes O'Hanlon, the chief traveller to - essrs. Reynolds, provisioa. dealers, at Charterhouse gct Street, City, acid residing at L pnrsdovne Road, Tottenham, WO les been found in tre horseshoe bay, ncer Subscribers-only content

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    not complete, but the match with Harrow is fixed for July 1 and 12, There are five old choices at Charterhouse, where E. Cawston is captain; and four of last year's eleven are left at Clifton, where C. C. Bradford Subscribers-only content

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    heat in the Public Schools Racquets Challenge Cup wsb decided a! the Queen's Club, West Kensington, London, yester- day, between Charterhouse, the holders, and Winf- chester. The latter won by four games to two. This is the first time since Subscribers-only content

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