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Views of Christ"s Hospital, Newgate Street, London.

Freeman Dovaston

Views of Christ"s Hospital, Newgate Street, London.

by Freeman Dovaston

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Published by The Author in London .
Written in English


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Pagination14 p.hotograp.hs ;
Number of Pages14
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Open LibraryOL21587612M

  The hymn is full of specific references to CH - e.g. in verse 1 "Christ our host" ref to Christ's Hospital. (In 16th century speak, Hospital=a place of refuge where hospitality was accorded to the needy - in this case the poor orphans of the city of London for whom the hospital was : C.W.S. Christ's Hospital of London, A Passing Deed of Pity [Manzione, Carol] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Christ's Hospital of London, A Passing Deed of PityCited by: 8.

Charles Lamb was the son of a Scrivener who was confidential clerk to Samuel Salt one of the bencher’s of the Inner Temple. Education: Christ’s Hospital, London, where he met and became a lifelong friend of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Site of Christ’s Hospital, Newgate Street, London Chronology/Biography of Charles Lamb.   Alistair Wilson, 20, who attended the £30,per-year Christ’s Hospital School at Horsham, West Sussex, blackmailed two female boarders with .

Christ's Hospital, also known colloquially as CH, is an English coeducational independent day and boarding school with Royal Charter located to the south of Horsham in West d in and received its first Royal Charter in , Christ's Hospital follows much of the public schools tradition. Since its establishment, Christ's Hospital has been a charity school, with a core aim to. C.H. is the Blue-coat school of Christ's Hospital, founded in by Edward VI, and moved from Newgate in London to Stammerham, west of Horsham in Over 1, acres of green fields became a small town of large and small buildings, roads and sports areas.


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Views of Christ"s Hospital, Newgate Street, London by Freeman Dovaston Download PDF EPUB FB2

CHAPTER XLVI. CHRIST'S HOSPITAL. The Grey Friars in Newgate Street—The Origin of Christ's Hospital—A Fashionable Burying-Place—The Mean Conduct of Sir Martin Bowes— Early Private Benefactors of Christ's Hospital—Foundation of the Mathematical School—Rebuilding of the South Front of Christ's Hospital—The Plan of Christ's Hospital—Famous Pictures in the Hall—Celebrated.

JEWITT, Llewellynn, CHRIST’S GREAT HALL. DELIVERY OF THE ANNUAL ORATIONS. [London: J. Mead, ]. An attractive antique print of the delivery of the Annual Orations in the imposing Great Hall of the old Christ’s Hospital School (the Blue Coat School) in Newgate Street, founded in and now removed to Horsham in Sussex.

Victorian London - Education - Schools - Christ's Hospital. from The Illustrated London News, Christ's Hospital, in Newgate Street, or the Blue Coat School, as it is generally termed, from the outward garment of the children, is a royal foundation, indebted for its erection to the piety of Edward VI.

Christ’s Hospital, Newgate Street, Destroyed in the Great Fire and rebuilt in with the south front and the adjoining Christ Church designed by Sir Christoper Wren. TaggedViews of Christs Hospital Hospital, City London. book London, EC1, Newgate Street, W Luker, WJ Loftie | Comment | Permalink.

Add a comment Cancel reply. This site uses Akismet. Christ's Hospital - Main Entrance in Newgate Street. The school's Tudor uniform consists of belted, long blue coats with knee-breeches, yellow socks, and bands at the neck.

The uniform has been in place since The school left the london buildings (to move to Sussex) ingiving this card a date close to the turn of the century. Christ’s Hospital was consequently founded in the old buildings vacated by the Grey Friars in Newgate Street, London and provided food, clothing, lodging and learning for fatherless children and other poor men’s children.

The children were not only cared for but prepared for future careers. Money for such reform was raised by the City of. The original Christ's Hospital, also known as the "bluecoat school" because of its distinctive uniform, was founded by Edward VI in Newgate Street London.

book the City of London in for the education of poor children. Following the dissolution of the monasteries the City of London sought to obtain possession of the royal hospitals. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Podcasts.

Christ’s Hospital Today. Christ’s Hospital is an independent co-educational boarding and day school of pupils with an equal mix of boys and girls aged The School is located in West Sussex in the south east of England.

It is situated in stunning countryside between London and Brighton, 20 miles south of London Gatwick and 38 miles.

Christ's Hospital School in The following information is taken from London in by Don Manoel Gonzales. The complete text of this work is available at Project Gutenburg.

Introduction. If you were the child of a freeman of London, had one or fewer living parents, were more than seven years old and were in good health you were eligible for entrance into the Christ's Hospital School. Christ's Hospital was the result of the foundation by Henry VIII and confirmed by King Edward VI, assisted by Nicholas Ridley, Bishop of London, and Sir Richard Dobbs, Lord Mayor of London.

Its genesis was the earlier dissolution of the monasteries and the resultant overflow onto the streets of the poor and destitute. Encouraged by a sermon from Ridley, exhorting mercy to the poor, the King President: The Duke of Gloucester. A view from Warwick Lane showing horse-drawn vehicles passing along Newgate Street in front of Christ's Hospital.

Christ's Hospital was founded in reusing the buildings of the dissolved Greyfriars Franciscan friary. The 'hospital' was in fact a school for. Blue Fund - Christ's Hospital | The Blue Fund invite groups of donors to join forces to raise £, to fund a child's full seven year education and boarding at Christ’s Hospital.

Interior view of Christ's Hospital, Newgate Street showing the annual orations on St Matthew's Day. Christ's Hospital: South Cloister, London. The school. The box of whistles: an illustrated book on organ cases: with notes on organs at home and abroad. CHRIST CHURCH, NEWGATE STREET,—Has a large fine organ standing at thewest end of the Church; its four towers, surmounted by mitres and crowns, give it a Church andState look Although the case is large, there is nothing very striking about it; but the quality ofits contents is good.

Christ's Hospital Old Blues Association, Horsham, United Kingdom. 1, likes 66 talking about this were here. This is the official page for Christ's Hospital Old Blues' Association (CHOBA), /5(2). Christ Church Greyfriars, also known as Christ Church Newgate Street, was a church in Newgate Street, opposite St Paul's Cathedral in the City of ished as a monastic church in the thirteenth century, it became a parish church after the Dissolution of the ing its destruction in the Great Fire of London ofit was rebuilt to the designs of Sir Christopher nation: Roman Catholic, Anglican.

Christ’s Hospital Museum represents and celebrates the remarkable year history of one of the oldest boarding schools in England. In the young King Edward VI responded to an impassioned sermon on the needs of London’s poor, following which he wrote to the Lord Mayor of London, to set in motion charitable measures to help.

Christ Church Greyfriars, also known as Christ Church Newgate Street, stands at the corner of Newgate Street and King Edward Street, on the north side of St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London.

It was first established in the thirteenth century as the church of the Franciscan friary of Greyfriars. After the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII inthe church became a parish. Each year Christ's Hospital School celebrates St Matthew's Day (21st September) when the School returns to the City of London with a service at St Sepulchre without Newgate.

St Matthew's Day Parade. 18th September Each year Christ's Hospital School celebrates St Matthew's Day (21st September) when the School returns to the City of London. CITY OF LONDON CHESS CLUB, Mouflet's Hotel, Newgate-street, E.C.—Annual subscription, 10s.

6d. Election by ballot in committee. Open on the evenings of Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in each week throughout the year. Hon. Sec., H. F. Down. The meetings of this club are attended by all the best English chess-players. Established in View of London &c from Greenwich Park William Nicholson - Bluecoat Boy (Newgate Street) The North West Prospect of Deptford in the County of Kent View of Greenwich, and down the river Christ Hospital Bow Church The Hospitall Call'd Bedlam A Perspective View of the Bank of England.The monument includes a medieval Franciscan friary, which survives as archaeological remains.

It is situated at the corner of Newgate Street and King Edward Street at Farringdon in the City of London. On the same site are the 17th century upstanding remains of Christ Church, which are Grade I listed and excluded from the scheduling.