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" It may be stated with some confidence that at least in the later Middle Age the smallest towns and even the larger villages possessed schools where a boy might learn to read and acquire the first rudiments of ecclesiastical Latin : while, except in very... "
Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire - Page 75
by Thoroton Society - 1915
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Jesuit Education: Its History and Principles Viewed in the Light of Modern ...

Robert Schwickerath - 1903 - 712 pages
...smallest towns and even the larger villages possessed schools where a boy might learn to read and to acquire the first rudiments of ecclesiastical Latin,...and thinly populated regions, he would never have to go far to find a regular grammar school. That the means of reading, writing and the elements of...
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The English Grammar Schools to 1660: Their Curriculum and Practice

Foster Watson - 1908 - 572 pages
...the number of schools was great in the later Middle Ages. Mr Hastings Rashdall* says on this point: 'It may be stated with some confidence that at least...very far from home to find a regular Grammar School. That the means of education in reading, writing, and the elements of Latin were far more widely diffused...
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University Lectures Delivered by Members of the ..., Volume 2; Volumes 1914-1915

University of Pennsylvania - 1915 - 622 pages
...not far from right in stating that in the later Middle Ages all of the smaller towns and even many of the larger villages possessed schools where a boy might learn to read and acquire the first elements of Latin. These were called grammar schools, for Latin grammar was the principal study, and...
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The Privilege of Education: A History of Its Extension

George Leroy Jackson - 1918 - 152 pages
...smallest towns and even the larger villages possessed schools where a boy might learn to read and to acquire the first rudiments of ecclesiastical Latin,...and thinly populated regions, he would never have to go far to find a regular grammar school. That the means of education in reading, writing, and the...
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Readings in the History of Education: A Collection of Sources and ..., Part 1

Ellwood Patterson Cubberley - 1920 - 724 pages
...University) cision. But it may be stated with some confidence that at least hi the later Middle Ages the smallest towns and even the larger villages possessed...very far from home to find a regular Grammar School. That the means of education in reading, writing, and the elements of Latin were far more widely diffused...
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English Grammar Schools to 1660

Foster Watson - 1968 - 568 pages
...the number of schools was great in the later Middle Ages. Mr Hastings Rashdall2 says on this point: 'It may be stated with some confidence that at least...very far from home to find a regular Grammar School. That the means of education in reading, writing, and the elements of Latin were far more widely diffused...
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The English Grammar Schools to 1660: Their Curriculum and Practice

Foster Watson - 1970 - 568 pages
...number of schools was great in the later Middle Ages. Mr Hastings Rashdall" says on this point : ' It may be stated with some confidence that at least...very far from home to find a regular Grammar School. That the means of education in reading, writing, and the elements of Latin were far more widely diffused...
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University Lectures: Delivered by Members of the Faculty in the ..., Volume 2

University of Pennsylvania - 1915 - 616 pages
...not far from right in stating that in the later Middle Ages all of the smaller towns and even many of the larger villages possessed schools where a boy might learn to read and acquire the first elements of Latin. These were called grammar schools, for Latin grammar was the principal study, and...
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