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" ... school in the kingdom ; and as it is the most various, so it is the largest, of all the free schools. Nobility do not *go there, except as boarders. Now and then a boy of a noble family may be met with, and he is reckoned an interloper, and against... "
Lord Byron and Some of His Contemporaries:: With Recollections of the Author ... - Page 124
by Leigh Hunt - 1828
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt, Volume 1

Leigh Hunt - Authors, English - 1850
...did, among six hundred others, and know as little of the very neighbourhood as the world does of him. Perhaps there is not a foundation in the country so...servants. I would not take my oath, — but I have a strong recollection, that in my time there were two boys, one of whom went up into the drawing-room...
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The North British Review, Volume 14

1851
...largest of all the free schools. Nobility do not go there, except as boarders. Now and then a boy of family may be met with, and he is reckoned an interloper...omitting servants. I would not take my oath, but I have a strong recollection that, in my time, there were two boys, one of whom went up into the drawing-room...
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The North British review

1851
...largest of all the free schools. Nobility do not go there, except as boarders. Now and then a boy of family may be met with, and he is reckoned an interloper...sons of poor gentry and London citizens abound ; and witb them, an equal share is given to the sons of tradesmen of the very humblest description, not omitting...
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt

Thornton Leigh Hunt - 1860 - 452 pages
...free to all. More boys are to be found in it, who issue from a greater variety of ranks, than in any school in the kingdom; and as it is the most various,...servants. I would not take my oath — but I have a strong recollection, that in my time there were two boys, one of whom went up into the drawing-room...
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt

Leigh Hunt - Authors, English - 1860 - 412 pages
...from a greater variuty of ranks, than in any school in the kingdom; and as it is the most various, BO it is the largest, of all the free schools. Nobility...servants. I would not take my oath — but I have a strong recollection, that in my time there were two boys, one of whom went up into the drawing-room...
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The Great Schools of England: An Account of the Foundation, Endowments, and ...

Howard Staunton - Education - 1865 - 517 pages
...largest of all the Free Schools. Nobility do not go there except as boarders. Now and then a boy of noble family may be met with, and he is reckoned an...servants. I would not take my oath — but I have a strong recollection, that in my time there were two boys, one of whom went up into the drawing-room...
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The Great Schools of England: An Account of the Foundation, Endowments, and ...

Howard Staunton - Education - 1865 - 517 pages
...largest of all the Free Schools. Nobility do not go there except as boarders. Now and then a boy of noble family may be met with, and he is reckoned an...of tradesmen of the very humblest description, not omittmg servants. I would not take my oath — but I have a strong recollection, that in my time there...
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The Great Schools of England

Howard Staunton - Education - 1869 - 596 pages
...Nobility do not go there except as boarders. Now and then a boy of noble family may be met with, and he a reckoned an interloper and against the charter ; but...servants. I would not take my oath — but I have a strong recollection, that in my time there were two boys, one of whom went up into the drawing-room...
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The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt

Leigh Hunt - 1870 - 412 pages
...free to all. More boys are to be found in it, whp issue from a greater variety of ranks, than in any school in the kingdom; and as it is the most various,...and with them an equal share is given to the sons if tradesmen of the very humblest description, not omitting servants. I would hot take my oath —...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 26

Henry Barnard - Education - 1876
...Hospital, and in his autobiography bears just and discriminating testimony to the value of the institution. Perhaps there is not a foundation in the country so...servants. I would not take my oath, — but I have a strong recollection, that in my time there were two boys, one of whom went up into the drawing-room...
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