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" 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... "
History of the Intellectual Development of Europe - Página 36
por John William Draper - 1876
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An old disciple. A sermon preached at Hadleigh in Suffolk, on occasion of ...

John Mead Ray - 1801
...frequently on other days: he also established lectures in the neighbouring villages, with schools, in which the children of the poor were taught to read, and were regularly catechized by him at stated seasons. In the course of the year last mentioned, he began...
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History of Dissenters, from the Revolution in 1688, to the Year 1808, Volumen4

David Bogue, James Bennett - 1812 - 512 páginas
...services in his own place of worship, he established lectures in the neighbouring villages, and schools in which the children of the poor were taught to read ; and they were catechised by him at stated seasons. His affection for the young was exceedingly great, and...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volumen2

Great Britain. Court of Chancery, James Russell - 1829
...Roger Cholmeley, had permitted it to be converted, from a free grammar-school, into :i 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...
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General sketch of the history of pantheism [by C.E. Plumptre].

Charles Edward Plumptre - 1878
...devoted themselves to the endeavour to heal and alleviate such diseases as could not be prevented. To every mosque was attached a public school, in which the children of the poor were instructed how to read and write, and informed of the chief principles inculcated in the Koran. In...
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Manual Training: The Solution of Social and Industrial Problems

Charles Henry Ham - 1886 - 403 páginas
...all distinctions of caste," and enjoined full social equality. They were the friends of education. " To every mosque was attached a public school, in which...children of the poor were taught to read and write." They established libraries in their chief cities, and were the patrons of the sciences and of the useful...
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The Victorian Review, Volumen3

H. Mortimer Franklyn - 1880
...large city had its university; every considerable town its public library ; and every mosque its free school, in which the children of the poor were taught to read and write, and instructed in the principles of religion and morality. Scrupulously clean in their habits, the Spanish Arabs bathed daily,...
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Harper's First [ -sixth] Reader, Libro 5

Orville T. Bright, James Baldwin - 1889
...by ample Government patronage, and produced many illustrious professors. . . . The caliphs of Spain established libraries in all their chief towns ; it...circumstances there were •academies, usually arranged in twenty -five or thirty apartments, each calculated for accommodating four students ; the academy was...
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The Revised Reports: Being a Republication of Such Cases in the ..., Volumen26

Frederick Pollock, Robert Campbell, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Edward Potton, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead - 1896
...Roger 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...
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The English Reports, Volumen4;Volumen38

1904
...Roger 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...
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The Dawn of American History in Europe

William Lewis Nida - 1912 - 373 páginas
...and poetry from the Moors' of Spain. Schools. — Every town had its library, and every mosque its public school, in which the children of the poor were taught to read and write and were instructed in the Koran as our children are in the Bible. There were academies for those who were...
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