Christ's Hospital

Christ's Hospital, the Blue-Coat School, London, was founded in 1547, a large institution, on the foundation of which there are now 2170 pupils instead of 1200 as formerly; entrance to it is gained partly by presentation and partly by competition, and attached are numerous exhibitions and prizes; among the alumni have been several noted men, such as Bishop Stillingfleet, Coleridge, Leigh Hunt, and Charles Lamb.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Christie, William Henry Mahoney
Christina
Christina, Maria
Christison, Sir Robert
Christmas
Christology
Christophe, Henri
Christopher, St.
Christopher North
Christopher's, St.
Christ's Hospital
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Chroniclers, The Rhyming
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Chrysëis
Chrysippus
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Chrysostom, St. John
Chubb, Thomas
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