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Bibliographic information. The Rise of the English Prep School Falmer books on history and education. Donald P. Leinster-Mackay. 0905273745, 9780905273747.
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The Book of Leinster (Irish Lebor Laignech ), is a medieval Irish manuscript compiled c. 1160 and now kept in Trinity College, Dublin, under the shelfmark MS H . 8. 8 (cat. 1339). It was formerly known as the Lebor na Nuachongbála "Book of Nuachongbáil", a monastic site known today as Oughaval. Some fragments of the book, such as the Martyrology of Tallaght, are now in the collection of University College, Dublin.
Volume 19 Issue 3. Donald Leinster-Mackay. Journal of British Studies. London and Philadelphia: The Falmer Press; distributed by Taylor & Francis Group, Philadelphia, Pa. 1984.
The Rise of the English Prep School. Taylor & Francis. Leinster-Mackay, Donald P. (1988). The nineteenth-century English preparatory school: cradle and crèche of Empire?". In Mangan, J. A. (e.
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Wellesley House School is a prep school in Broadstairs in Kent ^ The rise of the English prep school. Leinster-Mackay 1984. Wellesley House School.
Wellesley House School is a prep school in Broadstairs in Kent. YouTube Encyclopedic. The school is organised into a Junior House (7–9 years) and Senior School (up to 13 years). There are three boarding houses: the boys' Junior House, the boys in the Main School and Orchard House for girls, but all pupils are split into one of four houses: Vikings, Romans, Saxons and Danes.