Haileybury Register, 1862-1891

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Stephen Austin and Sons, 1891 - Schools - 388 pages
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Page xlv - Most Reverend Father in God, our right trusty and right entirely beloved cousin...
Page xlvi - Five Exhibitions for 60, 50, 50, 40, 20 pounds tenable for three years at Oxford or Cambridge, and in some cases elsewhere, are open yearly for competition to members of the School who are under nineteen years of age. One, or at the most two, may be given for proficiency in other than Classical subjects.
Page iv - Dove, MA FW Headley, MA Rev. HC Wright, MA HCF Mason, MA W. Kennedy, BA AA Lea, MA GH Lewis, BA JT Bowlker, BA RC Gilson, BA ENGLISH MASTER.
Page xxxvii - That happy year of years, when she, Whose throne we serve, blessed land and sea With joy of golden Jubilee."—}.
Page xix - was set on foot by Mr. Reade. The first meeting was held in the open air under the fence outside the Hailey House garden. One burning question was whether the Society should have a distinctive mark or badge or no. The rival parties were to vote by declamation, "Badgers "or
Page iv - Fenning, MA WR Burgess, MA WE Russell, MA M. Vaughan, MA JD Whyte, MA C. Hawkins, MA Rev. LS Milford, MA MW Mitchell, MA AF Hoare, MA Rev. J.
Page xv - Reacle were Masters here the first term, and between them taught the fifty-four boys who had come. The class-rooms they used have long ago been altered or disappeared. Between the Master's House and the Lodge there were two big lecture rooms, with large lantern skylights ; the lower one was ihe head form-room, the next Mr.
Page xiv - ... master brought down with him, only the day before the opening day, his bed and bedding, but very nearly missed having a resting-place after all, as the railway company positively refused to convey it as personal luggage ! However, things got settled somehow, thanks to the energy of Mr. Butler and Mr. Hensley ; nor must we omit the names of Benjamin Jones and George Dorset, who were true pillars of support on those opening days, as they were for long afterwards. The latter, however, caused some...
Page xxiii - School, which was itself the Library of the East India College. In old days the Preparation Master stepped straight from Common Room into the Great School — into which the boys could precede him or, it must be added, follow him through the friendly curtain which waved at the door.] 1876.1.— "The new Chapel has at length been begun. The first sod was turned by the Master during the Christmas holidays, and the first three bricks were laid by the first three boys on Tuesday, February 8th.

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