Recollections of a Town Boy at Westminster, 1849-1855

Edward Arnold, 1903 - 232 páginas

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Página 220 - Bartholomew, the priory in Smithfield, where upon a bank boarded about under a tree, some one scholar hath stepped up, and there hath opposed and answered, till he were by some better scholar overcome and put down ; and then the overcomer taking the place, did like as the first; and in the end the best opposers and answerers had rewards, which I observed not but it made both good schoohnasters, and also good scholars, diligently against such times to prepare themselves for the obtaining of this garland.
Página 24 - FOOD AND THE PRINCIPLES OF DIETETICS. By ROBERT HUTCHISON, MD Edin., MRCP, Assistant Physician to the London Hospital and to the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street.
Página 9 - Limited to 350 copies, of which 200 are for the use of the Committee for the Survey of the Memorials of Greater London, leaving 150 for sale.
Página 210 - To which is added an Account of the Writers of the History of the Church.
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Página 220 - often when being a boy, I came to see my father dwelling in the king's court, and often coming from school, when I met her, she would oppose me, touching my learning and lesson; and falling from grammar to logic, wherein she had some knowledge, she would subtilly conclude an argument with me, and by her handmaiden give me three or four pieces of money, and send me unto the palace where I should receive some victuals, and then be dismissed.
Página 215 - School.] 469 by your Majesty's royal ancestors, and has bred up great numbers of men, useful both in Church and State; among whom are several who have the honour to serve your Majesty in high stations : that the dormitory of the said college is in so ruinous a condition that it must...
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