Temple bar, conducted by G.A. Sala

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Page 75 - State of Popular Education in England, and to consider and report what measures, if any, are required for the Extension of sound and cheap Elementary Instruction to all Classes of the People.
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Page 489 - They sunk from the king on either side, like two columns of morning mist, when the sun rises between them on his glittering rocks. Dark is their rolling on either side, each towards its reedy pool.
Page 334 - Also I will have three horses for my own saddle, that none shall dare to lend or borrow ; none lend but I, none borrow but you. Also I would have two gentlewomen, lest one should be sick, or have some other let. Also, believe it, it is an undecent thing for a gentlewoman to stand mumping alone when God hath blessed their lord and lady with a great estate...
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Page 469 - ... pence, brewers in cities could afford to sell two gallons of ale for a penny, and out of cities three gallons for a penny; and when in a town (in burgo) three gallons are sold for a penny, out of a town they may and ought to sell four.
Page 80 - ... 7. In normal schools, entire charge is taken of the students. 8. Every school assisted from the grant must be either: (a.) A school in connexion with some recognized religious denomination; or (b.) A school in which, besides secular instruction, the Scriptures are read daily from the authorized version.
Page 470 - Ale-conncrs or aletasters were regularly chosen every year in the court-leet of each manor, and were sworn to examine and assay the beer and ale, and to take care that they were good and wholesome, and sold at proper prices according to the assize ; and also to present all defaults of brewers to the next court-leet.

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