The Slackening Tide: Bryanston
The Bryanston scheme has been launched to meet the diffi-culty felt both in this country and in the Dominions of gaining admission to our public schools. … Bryanston will therefore be a new English public school in which provision will be made for applicants from throughout the Empire.
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- 5.Kindly lent to the author by R. A. Wake, H.M.I. Fuller treatment can be found in a collection of Coade’s papers compiled by three Bryanston masters entitled The Burning Bow (London, 1966). I have called on this book passim in some of what is here written about Thorold Coade.Google Scholar
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