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Page 226 - The College is divided into three schools —the upper, the modern, and the lower school. In the upper school the education is chiefly intended as a preparation for the universities, and is therefore mainly classical.
Page 230 - The Rev. TL Papillon The Rev. the Master. of University College, Oxford The Very Rev. the Dean of Westminster The Lord Bishop of Worcester The Hon.
Page 300 - Alfred the Great, AD 879, on this summit erected his Standard against the Danish invaders.
Page 227 - also a Scholarship, worth £16 a year, confined to the sons of clergymen who have served for five years
Page 220 - St. Paul, £13,785; of Malmesbury Abbey, £545; of Westport St. Mary, £5,223; and their respective rateable values, £12,064, £446, and £4,511. The population of the town in 1871 was 3,123; the population of Malmesbury St. Paul was 2,250; Malmesbury Abbey parish,
Page 130 - nearly in the centre of the county, of which it is the secondary capital,
Page 220 - There is a Town Hall; also a Market place. The markets are held on the last Tuesday in every month for cattle; there is also a small market for provisions on Saturday. There are three breweries
Page 53 - The living is a vicarage, yearly value £200, with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, and held by the Rev.