Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education, Volume 1
The Committee, 1850 - School buildings
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Accommo Amount already Paid Amount conditionally Payable Annual Apparatus Apprentices Augmentation Apprentices For Books Average Daily Attendance Books and Maps Boys building Church Class Committee of Council Cost of Erection Council on Education Date of Payment dation is provided DENOMINATION OF SCHOOL Describe difference District Ditto Ditto Ditto East Endowed England English Enlargement erection of school examination Explain feet square Find Girls Give given GRANTS from COMMITTEE Green Improved Fittings Industrial Infant Instruction James John's July June Leeds Lower March Mary's master mistress NAME AND DENOMINATION Number of Apprentices Number of Children Paid by Committee Paid by Promoters Parochial Paul's persons Peter's principal pupil-teachers respect Saints Salaries Section Sept Sess sides Smith Student Teachers Teachers Maps Thomas Total Amount already Treasury Trinity West Write
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