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Thomas Arnold was thirty-three years old when he was called as head master to Rugby.
Rugby, 83 miles from London, the centre of a vast network of railways, is our next halting place.
RIDES ON RAILWAYSSAMUEL SIDNEY
Rugby football would be impossible for Belgians, because they would never keep their tempers when caught and thrown down.
This gave him three hundred and fifty dollars for five years as well as four hundred and fifty dollars in Exhibitions from Rugby.
SIX MAJOR PROPHETSEDWIN EMERY SLOSSON
His mother had managed to send him to Rugby and Sandhurst, and he had passed into the army with tolerable credit.
The first day took them to Rugby, whither they travelled across country by Wallingford and Oxford.
Then don't object to my cracking up the old School-house, Rugby.
Besides, I could not go to a good school, and I should hate to go to some beastly little place after being at Rugby.
YULE LOGSVARIOUS
The American game of football is a developed form of the Rugby game; but is, perhaps, not nearer it than baseball is to rounders.
THE LAND OF CONTRASTSJAMES FULLARTON MUIRHEAD
It was the views of this party which, it was anticipated, Dr. Arnold would hasten to introduce into Rugby.
RIDES ON RAILWAYSSAMUEL SIDNEY

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