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Workers Educational Association- Blofield branch records

Workers Educational Association- Blofield branch records

Lack of Latin teaching in West Norfolk schools

Lack of Latin teaching in West Norfolk schools

Adult Learning Week

Adult Learning Week

Terrington school

Terrington school

G[rant] M[aintained] S[tatus] Schools - George Turner

G[rant] M[aintained] S[tatus] Schools - George Turner

Adult Education

Adult Education

'This is East Anglia', presented by Jean Goodman

'This is East Anglia', presented by Jean Goodman

Interview by Glynn Burrows of Mrs Barley nee Bear.

Interview by Glynn Burrows of Mrs Barley nee Bear.

Roger Townshend to his grandfather, Sir Nathaniel Bacon: thanks for choosing ...

Roger Townshend to his grandfather, Sir Nathaniel Bacon: thanks for choosing him a tutor.

Letter from Giles Fletcher to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: his hopes that an inexperi...

Letter from Giles Fletcher to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: his hopes that an inexperienced tutor may make of Roger Townshend 'a constant student'.

Volume with title 'Clenchwarton School Board, minute book no.2' use...

Volume with title 'Clenchwarton School Board, minute book no.2' used by E.M. Beloe for extracts from King's Lynn Hall books, 16th century, 'owing to shortage of paper'

Cyrill Wyche, Hockwold, to Philip Case: trouble with various tenants; poor op...

Cyrill Wyche, Hockwold, to Philip Case: trouble with various tenants; poor opinion of the wine he has received, the red is poor and thin and the Mountain far from being pure and perfect; will buy Case's cast-off saddle horse to run in the post chaise and will not higgle about the price 'as with a common jockey'; his housekeeper has £100 in the Old South Sea Annuities at 4%, thinks she could get 5% elsewhere and asks Case to advise; sends draft apprenticeship indenture of Sarah Scott to a mantua maker at Bury, for which he will pay, including liberty for her to go to school for instruction in reading, writing, etc.

Cyrill Wyche, Hockwold, to Philip Case: sends document which looks as if it w...

Cyrill Wyche, Hockwold, to Philip Case: sends document which looks as if it was drawn up by a schoolboy – the scribe pleads ignorance for his excuse; hopes for a 'private confab:'.

Correspondence about application of John Davile to be master of the Free Scho...

Correspondence about application of John Davile to be master of the Free School, Lynn

Bond, Margaret and Amelia Money, spinsters of King's Lynn, to Philip Cas...

Bond, Margaret and Amelia Money, spinsters of King's Lynn, to Philip Case and Revd Charles Phelpes, to perform will of their mother Jane Money, to maintain and educate her grandson, Henry Smith
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