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  • HAYMAN, HENRY (1823-1904), honorary canon of Carlisle and headmaster of Rugby, born on 3 March 1823 in Surrey Street, Strand, London, was eldest son of
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  • Savage, was born at Warwick, England, Jan. 30, 1775.  At ten he was sent to Rugby School, but on account of his intractable temper he was expelled.  After
    948 bytes (148 words) - 14:47, 9 January 2007
  • Kingweston, Somerset. His eldest son, William Francis Bence-Jones, educated at Rugby and Exeter College, Oxford (B.A. in 1878), and called to the bar at the
    373 bytes (558 words) - 19:48, 26 October 2013
  • thought. Among those who participated was Dr. Temple, then head-master of Rugby. The conference passed a resolution that it was desirable to promote an
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  • GRENFELL, HUBERT HERBERT (1845–1906), expert in naval gunnery, born at Rugby on 12 June 1845, was son of Algernon Grenfell, a clerk, by his wife Maria
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  • daughter of General John Anthony Hodgson. Thomas Arnold [q. v.], headmaster of Rugby, was his grandfather, and Matthew Arnold [q. v. Suppl. I] his uncle. His
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  • 1850 he married Jane Martha, eldest daughter of the famous Dr Arnold of Rugby. She was not a Quaker, and her husband was formally excommunicated for marrying
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  • quickly: Vere is dat knaue Rugby? Qu. What Iohn Rugby, Iohn? Ru. Here Sir. Ca. You are Iohn Rugby, and you are Iacke Rugby: Come, take-a-your Rapier
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  • came of a New England family, was related to Lord Cornwallis. Educated at Rugby, under Arnold, and at Wadham College, Oxford, Keene went out to the North-Western
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  • A League of Peace THE futility of war as a means of producing peace between nations has often been dwelt upon. It is really the most futile of all remedies
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  • married in 1844 a daughter of Mr. William Rose of Woolston Heath, near Rugby, and her sudden death in April 1886 shook him severely. In failing health
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  • about 1840, when Rugby, Eton, Harrow, Shrewsbury and the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich came to the front, the “Crick Run” at Rugby having been started
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  • blood." At one time, say twenty or twenty-five years ago, Eton, Harrow, and Rugby had almost a monopoly in the matter—the Oxford and Cambridge teams were
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  • by the fact of Rupert's being one of the three sons of a house-master at Rugby, where he was born in 1887 and where he lost his father in 1910, the elder
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  • Our great Winter game, as you are doubtless aware, is football, neither Rugby nor Association rules, but a game played under rules of Australian origin
    301 bytes (3,311 words) - 16:05, 4 December 2014
  • judge, was his great-uncle. After education at Redland near Bristol and at Rugby, Gibbs entered Exeter College, Oxford, in 1838, and graduated B.A. with
    448 bytes (1,719 words) - 16:13, 28 August 2014
  • throwing the hammer. At a later day came the school sports at Eton, Harrow, Rugby and Shrewsbury, the athletic contests at Oxford and Cambridge, including
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  • scrimmages and all the joys   Of Rugby or Association! ASSOCIATION V. RUGBY She (plaintively—to famous Rugby half-back). "Would it get you very
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  • friends. President Roosevelt is honorary vice-president of their athletic league and other distinguished men are serving as its officers. Especial stress
    950 bytes (37 words) - 21:54, 24 August 2015
  • kept by Mr. Alexander Murray). In 1864 he entered Dr. Jex Blake's house at Rugby, but though he gained a name for 'uncanny stories and remote species of
    386 bytes (2,639 words) - 13:37, 22 September 2013

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