Uppingham by the Sea eBook

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The Headmaster sat down again amid much cheering from the audience of townspeople, to which the small party of boys present found voice to make no ineffective answer in three salutes ‘for Uppingham town.’

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CHARLES DICKENS AND EVANS, CRYSTAL PALACE PRESS.

Footnotes: 

{12} “Prom.  Vinct.,” 904.

{19} The Times, Friday, April 14th, 1876.

{46} “Fifty Years of my Life,” Albemarle, p. 308.

{66} Believers in augury are too seldom confronted with the negative instance.  May we then invite their attention to the following?  The address was published in a paragraph of The Times, but the words “under the same leadership” were omitted.  Nevertheless, to the discredit of omination, under the same leadership the school did return.

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