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  • pages (WorldCat). School Days at Rugby (1857), Boston: Ticknor and Fields; viii, 409 pages (WorldCat). School Days at Rugby (1857), Chicago: Hooper, Clarke;
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  • related portals: New Zealand. sister projects: Wikipedia article, Data item. The rugby anthem of New Zealand.
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  • Arnold by Matthew Arnold Rugby Chapel 1627761The poetical works of Matthew Arnold — Rugby ChapelMatthew Arnold RUGBY CHAPEL. NOVEMBER, 1857.
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  • Allen, Ph. D. [C.T. A.] Charles Thomas Arnold, M.A. One of the Masters in Rugby School. [J.E. B.] John Ernest Bode, M.A. Student of Christ Church, Oxford
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  • SCHOOL~DAYS BY AN OLD BOY (Thomas Hughes) WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS MADE AT RUGBY SCHOOL BY LOUIS RHEAD WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY W.D.Howells HARPER & BROTHERS
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  • Encyclopædia Rugby School 1215762The New International Encyclopædia — Rugby School RUGBY SCHOOL. A famous public school, situated at Rugby, England
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  • Thomas Phillips.jpg17951842British educator and historian. Headmaster of Rugby School. Professor of Modern History at Oxford The History of Rome (three
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  • SHERIFF, LAURENCE (d. 1567), founder of Rugby school, the son of respectable parents resident in Rugby, appears to have been born in that town, although
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  • Cooper ‎1891 HOMER, PHILIP BRACEBRIDGE (1765–1838), assistant-master at Rugby School, was the tenth son of the Rev. Henry Homer the elder [q. v.], rector
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  • HenryGordon Goodwin1891 HOLYOAKE, HENRY (1657–1731), head-master of Rugby School, born probably in Warwickshire in 1657, was the son of Thomas Holyoake
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  • He entered Rugby school in 1776, his parents being then described as of Leighton, near Kimbolton, Bedfordshire. In 1784 he went up as a Rugby exhibitioner
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  • works on mythology and folklore, and at the request of Dr Thomas Arnold of Rugby, a series of text-books on English, Greek, and other histories. The Fairy
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  • Author:Charles James Nicol Fleming (category Rugby players)
    _Charles James Nicol18681948Rugby player. H.M. Inspector of Schools, Scottish Education Department. President of the Scottish Rugby Union. This author wrote
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  • Author:Charles John Bruce Marriott (category Rugby players)
    _Charles John Bruce18611936M.A. Clare College, Cambridge. Secretary of the Rugby Football Union This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica
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  • _Leonard William18691919An English archaeologist and Assyriologist educated at Rugby School and King's College in Cambridge. He collected stone inscriptions
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  • Oxford, born at Rugby on 25 April 1807, was the sixth son of Richard Rouse Bloxam, D.D. (d. 28 March 1840), under-master of Rugby school for thirty-eight
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  • (1748-1804)Gordon Goodwin1892 JAMES, THOMAS (1748–1804), head-master of Rugby School, was born on 19 Oct. 1748 at St. Ives, Huntingdonshire. In 1760 he
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  • (1805–1888), antiquary and writer on architecture, was born on 12 May 1805 at Rugby, where his father, the Rev. Richard Rouse Bloxam (who married Ann, sister
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  • of the late Dr. Arnold, of Rugby, and was born at Laleham, Staines, on Nov. 30th, 1823. He was educated at Winchester, Rugby, and University College, Oxford
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  • of Calcutta. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; one of the Masters in Rugby School. This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of Greek and Roman
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