A Popular History of the Grammar School of Queen Elizabeth, At Heath, Near Halifox

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F. King, 1879 - 149 pages
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Page 103 - STERNE, for which the usher severely whipped me. My master was very much hurt at this, and said, before me, that never should that name be effaced, for I was a boy of genius, and he was sure I should come to preferment — Thi" expression made me forget the stripes I had received.
Page 130 - Elizabeth, by the grace of God Queen of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith etc.
Page 129 - The Governors of the possessions, revenues and goods of the Free Grammar School of King Edward the Sixth in Sherborne in the county of Dorset.
Page xii - Avell employed, as the most important period of life. The peculiar exercise of the understanding, which is requisite to investigate and ascertain the precise meaning of an ancient author, is the best, if not the only method of training up the juvenile mind to form just conclusions on more momentous subjects. If, on the other hand, boys are permitted or encouraged to wander from one pursuit to another, and to remain satisfied with a superficial knowledge of each, we shall in vain look forward to those...
Page 71 - ... a silly bird, — too much for one, and not enough for two. He would dine out whenever he had an opportunity, but pleaded his age and infirmities for asking no one in return.
Page 60 - ... manual labour, and thereto is able and will bear the port, charge, and countenance of a gentleman, he shall for money have a coat and arms bestowed upon him by heralds (who in the charter of the same do of custom pretend antiquity...
Page 129 - ... such patentee or patentees heretofore granted, by any letters patents either of the most famous Princes King Henry the Eighth, King Edward the Sixth, Queen Mary, King Philip and Queen Mary, or by any of them, or by the Queen's most excellent Majesty that now is, at any time sithence the fourth day of February, in the twenty-seventh year of the reign of the said late King Henry the Eighth, or else by the Queen's Majesty that now is, her heirs or successors at any time hereafter to be granted,...
Page 54 - ... fighting, giving by-names, or offer any the like abuse to his fellows, or any stranger in the ways, he shall be severely punished, and if he continue thus to molest and harm others, he shall be expelled the school. Statutes re Schoolboys Conduct 135 Conduct to Masters. Heath Grammar School Statutes. If any scholar brave out contempt against his Master or the Usher, or give out evil words, or be repugnant and refractory to their commandments and rebelliously withstand their correction, or complain...
Page 8 - Another sect at Brindaban is that of the Hari Dasis. It was founded by Swami Hari Das, who lived at the end of the 16th century and the beginning of the 17th century.
Page 33 - The 367 election to be made within one month next following the vacation, and to be ended the same day on which it is begun : but if the election be not so made, then one to be chosen, whom the Archbishop of York, for the time being, " Sede Archiepiscopali plena...

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