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  • Truth Conquers Allby Peter Went

    Osprey Publishing 2013; US$ 7.95

    Reading Blue Coat School was opened in 1660 to teach twenty ?children of honest poore men?, according to the bequest of merchant Richard Aldworth. Despite his and subsequent bequests, the school was initially housed in a dilapidated former inn, and it was a constant struggle to make ends meet and keep the school open. In the mid-nineteenth century... more...

  • Truth Conquers Allby Peter van Went

    Osprey Publishing Ltd 2013; US$ 7.95

    Reading Blue Coat School was opened in 1660 to teach twenty 'children of honest poore men', according to the bequest of merchant Richard Aldworth. Despite his and subsequent bequests, the school was initially housed in a dilapidated former inn, and it was a constant struggle to make ends meet and keep the school open. In the mid-nineteenth century... more...

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