Sicut Columbae: Fifty Years of S. Peter's, Radley

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J. Parker and Company, 1897 - Endowed public schools (Great Britain) - 320 pages
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Page 10 - a nest where she may lay her young, even Thy Altars, O Lord of Hosts.
Page 66 - of their crown and dominion—we will degrade him : God cursed them with suffering and sorrow—we will flog him : God expelled them from His Face and from His Garden—we will take care that not an hour elapses before that boy is on his way to his parents.
Page 59 - the thoughtful desire of doing in every instance to others as he would that others should do
Page 105 - education of youth in the doctrines and principles of the Church of England ... such Education to be conducted by Clergymen and Laymen, members of and in communion with the said Church
Page 166 - Old Radleians. (c) To support, by Donations from the Funds of the Society, and by obtaining subscriptions from Old Radleians and other friends of Radley, any scheme which may be set on foot for advancing the honour or well-being of the School.
Page 114 - At first there was a disposition on the part of some of the boys to
Page 1 - After the suppression of the religious houses in the reign of Henry VIII., the
Page 52 - three for Latin and Greek, one for Mathematics, one to act as Precentor, and one as Chaplain to undertake the management of the servants
Page 166 - To collect facts and record events connected with, or of general interest to, the School and its Members, and to keep a register of Old Radleians.
Page 53 - I believe that, if there be a way to heaven, it is that marked out by the Prayer-book

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