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Matt Cole

and industrial bourgeoisie.13 The result was a mixture of the social exclusivity and physical hardships of public school life, tempered by less certainty of destiny to rule than characterised Eton, Westminster or Harrow; and a greater sense of provincial civic purpose than was inculcated in those places. Shrewsbury, for example, still maintains the mission house it established for the poor of Liverpool and which 8 Cole_01_Ch1.indd 8 29/01/2011 12:07 Early life was extended during Wainwright’s time, whilst most senior public schools have abandoned such activity

in Richard Wainwright, the Liberals and Liberal Democrats
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1 The National Archives, UK (TNA), Colonial Office (CO) 318 Colonial Office and Predecessors: West Indies Original Correspondence/118 West India Miscellaneous 1834, vol. 1, Public Office, Jabez Bunting (Wesleyan Mission House) to John Lefevre (Colonial Office), 16 April 1834, p. 406. 2 TNA, CO 318

in Missionaries and modernity
The Negro Education Grant and Nonconforming missionary societies in the 1830s
Felicity Jensz

See, for example, TNA, CO 318/118, 12 April 1834, Jabez Bunting (Wesleyan Mission House) to John Lefevre (Colonial Office), pp. 403–405; TNA, CO 318/118, 8 April 1834, John Dyer (Secretary, Baptist Missionary Society) to Johan Lefevre, Esq. Under Secretary of State to the Colonies, pp. 399–402. 100

in Missionaries and modernity
Felicity Jensz

Wickramasinghe, Sri Lanka , p. 80. 196 CMS/B/OMS/C CE O23/12, Report of the Kanian Itinerary for the year ending September 30 1873. 197 TNA, CO 318/118 West India Miscellaneous 1834, vol. 1, Public Office, Jabez Bunting (Wesleyan Mission House) to John Lefevre

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