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" I would allow no boy to go out except in pairs under a master. I told them I could not accept office on such terms, that the school I hoped to govern was a public school, not a private one, and I would try to govern it by means of prefects. "
A History of Marlborough College During Fifty Years, from Its Foundation to ... - Page 138
by Arthur Granville Bradley, Arthur Charles Champneys, John Ward Baines - 1893 - 323 pages
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Secondary Education in the Nineteenth Century

Richard Lawrence Archer - Education - 1921 - 363 pages
...public-houses. There was opposition. Cotton assembled the school and addressed them thus: "The Council informed me on my appointment that the school was in a bad state of discipline, and they hoped that I would allow no boy to go out except in pairs under a master. I told them I could not accept...
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