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Página 36 - Cholmeley, had permitted it to be converted, from a free grammar-school, into a mere charity school, in which the children of the poor were taught to read English, and to write, upon the plan adopted in the national schools ; that the master, though he received a salary of £250, did not devote his time to the business of the school, but employed for that purpose an illiterate person as usher ; that, instead of considering the school as the primary object...
Página 31 - ... vaulted with stained glass, speckled with gold, over which streams of water were made to gush; the floors and walls were of exquisite mosaic. Here a fountain of quicksilver shot up in a glistening spray, the glittering particles falling with a tranquil sound like fairy bells...