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" Persons of foreign Nations being often employed in the Education and Tuition of Youth, both at home and in their Travels... "
The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the Revolution to ... - Page 512
by Nicholas Tindal - 1763
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The Present State of the Universities, and of the Five Adjacent Counties of ...

Thomas Salmon - 1744 - 476 pages
...ferioufly weighed the ed Prejudice that has accrued to the faid Univerfities from this Defect, Perfbns of foreign Nations being often employed in the Education...of the young Nobility and Gentry being either fent abroad directly from School, or taken away from the Univerfities before their Courfe of Studies can...
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The History of England, Volume 19

Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1763
...and having ferioufly weighed the prejudice, that has accrued to the univerfities from this defect, perfons of foreign nations being often employed in...fchools, or taken away from the univerfities before the cojiife of their ftudies can be there compleated, and opportunities frequently loft to the crown, of...
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A New History of England,: By Question and Answer,

John Lockman - 1777 - 390 pages
...that has accrued to our univerfities from this defeft of the ftudy of modern hiftory and languages, perfons of foreign nations being often employed in the education and tuition of youth, both at home ami in their travels ; and great numbers of the nobility and gentry being either fent abroad direftly...
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Publications, Volume 50

Oxford Historical Society (Oxford, England) - 1907
...seriously weighed the Prejudice that has accrued to the said Universities from this Defect, 50 Persons of foreign Nations being often employed in the Education...Numbers of the young Nobility and Gentry being either sent abroad directly from School, or taken away from the Universities before the Course of their Studies...
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The Cambridge Review, Volume 19

1898
...having seriously weighed the prejudice that has accrued to these Universitys from this respect, persons of foreign nations being often employed in the education...numbers of the young nobility and gentry being either sent abroad directly from school or taken away from the Uuiversitys before the course of their studys...
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Essays on the Teaching of History, Volume 1

Frederic William Maitland - 1901 - 104 pages
...seriously weighed the prejudice that had accrued to the said universities from this defect, persons of foreign nations being often employed in the education...tuition of youth both at home and in their travels.' It may well have struck His Majesty that, if it was a defect on his part to speak no English, it was...
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Endowments of the University of Cambridge

John Willis Clark - 1904 - 669 pages
...Seriously weighed the prejudice that has accrued to the Said Universitys from this Defect, Persons of Foreign Nations being often employed in the Education and Tuition of Youth lxith at homo and in their Travels; and great numbers of young Nobility and (.ientry being either sent...
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A Concise History of the University of Cambridge

E. S. Leedham-Green - 1996 - 274 pages
...specifically intended to address 'the prejudice that has accrued to the said universities' through 'persons of foreign nations being often employed in the education...tuition of youth both at home and in their travels' and, less chauvinistically, 'the opportunities frequently lost to the Crown of conferring on' members of...
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Thomas Gray: A Life

Robert L. Mack - 2000 - 718 pages
...to the Vice-Chancellors of both Universities on the occasion of the foundation professed dismay that 'the Education and Tuition of Youth both at home and in their Travels' had too often been left in the hands of 'Persons of Foreign Nations'. The Crown consequently announced...
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Historical Register

C. H. Green - 1724
...accru'A t* the fai4 Univerfities from this Defeft, Perfons of foreign Nations being often employ'd in the Education and Tuition of Youth, both at Home...of the young Nobility and Gentry, being either fent abroad direftly from School ; or taken awty from the Uuiverftties before the Courfe of their Studwscan...
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