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  • Author:Charles James Nicol Fleming (category Rugby players)
    James Nicol18681948Rugby player. H.M. Inspector of Schools, Scottish Education Department. President of the Scottish Rugby Union. This author wrote articles
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  • Author:Charles John Bruce Marriott (category Rugby players)
    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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  • without losing his amateur status. The Rugby game was, up to 1895, entirely controlled by the Rugby Football Union, which, by the strictness of its laws
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  • who had previously attended Rugby, inter-class football games were inaugurated in 1873, under a modified system of Rugby Union rules. In the meantime the
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  • great event had taken its place. It was the day of the England and Scotland Rugby match. Better weather could not have been desired. The morning had been
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  • C. J. B. M. Charles John Bruce Marriott, M.A. Clare College, Cambridge. Secretary of the Rugby Football Union.
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  • —adj. Ru′gate. [L., a fold.] Rugby, rug′bi, n. the game of football according to the rules of the Rugby Football Union (1871), the sides numbering 15
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  • Montagu, became Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1886. Arthur entered Rugby under A. C. Tait in August 1844, and was admitted as a scholar of University
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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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  • for it. Dr. Arnold died at Rugby on 12 June 1842, and on 28 July Tait was appointed to succeed him as headmaster of Rugby school. He was marked out for
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  • provided for. She settled at Rugby in order that her two boys might be educated under Dr. Arnold. Alexander entered Rugby as a foundationer in April 1832
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  • (1795-1842)Theodore Walrond1885 ARNOLD, THOMAS (1795–1842), head master of Rugby, was born on 13 June 1795, at East Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, where his
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  • 'Memoir of a Brother,' was thirteen months Tom's senior; he was educated at Rugby and Oriel College, Oxford, stroked the Oxford crew of 1843, entered Lincoln's
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  • secure an Oriel fellowship, Shairp became in 1846 an assistant-master at Rugby under Tait. He proved a good teacher, and, according to a colleague, his
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  • composer, son of Adam Lodge of Liverpool, was born in 1801, and sent to Rugby, where his proficiency on the pianoforte became conspicuous. He proceeded
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  • the Somersetshire village of Horsington in June 1852, and was educated at Rugby School and Balliol College, Oxford. He underwent a full legal training,
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  • (1809-1890)Edward Irving Carlyle1901 HARRIS, GEORGE (1809–1890), author, born at Rugby on 6 May 1809, was the eldest son of George Harris (d. 16 Jan. 1856), a
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  • houses at Pinner Hill and in Harley Street, Pell from 1832 to 1838 was at Rugby school under Arnold. Thence he passed in 1840 to Trinity College, Cambridge
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  • Hastings, Warwickshire, on 4 Sept. 1818. He was educated under Dr. Arnold at Rugby, and at the university of Oxford, where he gained a scholarship at Wadham
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  • 1009-10; born, Bluntisham. Hunt., 1847; son of Rev. Edward Baines Educ.: Rugby and Trin. Coll. Cantab; Joined I.C.S. in Bombay, 1870-69; Census Commissioner
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