St. Paul's School

St. Paul's School, at West Kensington, London, a famous charity school founded by John Colet (q.v.), dean of St. Paul's, for children of “every nation, country, and class”; originally stood in St. Paul's Churchyard, but was burned out by the Great Fire of 1666; the present building was opened in 1884. The endowment amounts to £10,000 a year, and 1000 boys and 400 girls are provided with education and board. There are a number of Oxford and Cambridge exhibitions.

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

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