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When the firing ceased, there was no bluecoat left to give the order to retreat.
The monastery buildings were converted into the Bluecoat School.
LONDONWALTER BESANT
So far as I see, there aint no particular objection to that, returned the bluecoat, with exasperating deliberation.
He said something to the policeman and then I saw the bluecoat rush excitedly away.
“I thought you might like a drink,” replied that young man, turning slowly and smiling upon the enraged bluecoat.
OFFICER 666BARTON W. CURRIE
In a moment the bluecoat was down, amid shouts and peals of laughter from his comrades.
INDIAN HEROES AND GREAT CHIEFTAINS[AKA OHIYESA], CHARLES A. EASTMAN
The blow had been a vicious one and he swayed limply against the burly bluecoat.
STILL JIMHONOR WILLSIE MORROW
I thought then I was caught, but I was not, and the bluecoat bid me a pleasant good-night, at the shop yard.
Almost the last link now left of such dress is that in which a "Bluecoat Boy" may still be seen.
He had started in life as a Bluecoat boy, and had shown what people call 'great talent,' but not in the academical way.

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