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Freeling's Grand junction railway companion ... and Liverpool, Manchester ... - Page 164
by Arthur Freeling - 1838 - 224 pages
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The railway companion, from London to Birmingham, Liverpool, and Manchester ...

Arthur Freeling - 1838
...Antiquities. It has also some MS3. Strangers are grettuitously admitted, and may have access to the books, from half-past eight o'clock till twelve in the morning, and from one to fire in the afternoon. THE PORTICO contains a Library and News-room. It is situated in Mosley-street....
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Poetical Works: With Notices of His Life, History of the Rowley Controversy ...

Thomas Chatterton - 1842
...some creditable trade or profession. The rules are very strict: the hours in summer are, from seven o'clock till twelve in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon ; in winter they assemble from eight till twelve, and from one to four. Throughout the year they are...
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The poetical works of Thomas Chatterton, with notes [ed. by C.B. Willcox].

Thomas Chatterton - 1842
...some creditable trade or profession. The rules are very strict : the hours in summer are, from seven o'clock till twelve in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon ; in winter they assemble from eight till twelve, and from one to four. Throughout the year they are...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: With Notices of His Life ..., Volume 1

Thomas Chatterton - 1842
...some creditable trade or profession. The rules are very strict : the hours in summer are, from seven o'clock till twelve in the morning, and from one" to five in the afternoon ; in winter they assemble from eight till twelve, and from one to four. Throughout the year they are...
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The life of Thomas Chatterton, including his unpublished poems and ...

George Spencer Phillips - 1851
...striet ; the boya are boarded in the house ; the sehool hours ia summer are— from seven o'eloek to twelve in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon ; and in winter, from eight to twelve, and from one to four. The boys are obliged to he in hed every...
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The Life of Thomas Chatterton: Including His Unpublished Poems and ...

John Ross Dix - Literary forgeries and mystifications - 1851 - 213 pages
...striot ; the boys are boarded in the house; the sehool hours in summer are — from seven o'olook to twelve in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon ; and in winter, from eight to twelve, and from one to four. The boys are obliged to be in bed every...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: With a Memoir, Volume 10

Thomas Chatterton - 1865
...some creditable trade or profession. The rules are very strict; the hours in summer are, from seven o'clock till twelve in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon ; in winter they assemble from eight till twelve, and from one to four. Throughout the year they are...
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The British Poets, Volume 1

1866
...some creditable trade or profession. The rules are very strict ; the hours in summer are, from seven o'clock till twelve in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon ; in winter they assemble from eight till twelve, and from one to four. Throughout the year they are...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 16

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1867
...limited to one month in the year ; and the hours for daily attendance were fixed at from sevea to eleven in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon. The Merchant Taylors' statutes adopt the same hours for daily work, and allow twenty working days in the...
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The Oberlin Review, Volumes 14-15

College students - 1886
...to syntax, and one to derivation and translation. The library will be open next term, from nine to twelve in the morning, and from one to five in the afternoon. This is a trreat improvement, and one that will be appreciated by all of the students. Mrs. Spear and...
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