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ORIGINS 18481854 I
H FOUNDATION 1854
1H EARLY DAYS 18541872
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A. V. Dicey active adult education Adult School aims appeared Associationism attended attract became become body building Cambridge cent Charles Chartist Christian Socialism Christian Socialist movement Christian Socialists Club Co-operative College's contemporary continued Corps Council Crowndale Road early days economic educa English Executive Committee F. D. Maurice fellowship Founders Frederic Harrison friends Furnivall G. M. Trevelyan George Tansley H.M. Inspectors Hall of Association Hughes idea ideals institution interest John John Roebuck John Ruskin joined the College Kingsley Labour later Leslie Stephen liberal education Litchfield Llewelyn Davies London Lubbock Lucas Ludlow manual workers Maurice's meeting Men's College Magazine ment movement number of students Old Students organization Ormond Street Oxford period political post-war Principal problem Report Roebuck Rossiter Ruskin scheme Secretary social reform society spirit studies subjects Tansley's taught teachers teaching tion Trade Union tradition tutorial classes University Extension Vice-Principal Victorian voluntary Westlake women working-class