village schoolmaster

village schoolmaster

stern yet kind; the rustics wondered “that one small head could carry all he knew.” [Br. Poetry: Gold-smith The Deserted Village in Magill IV, 823]
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All went well for a time, and then it suddenly got whispered about that she and the village schoolmaster were meeting each other at nights, in the meadow-bottom at the end of her own park.
The disposition of the boy was sullen and reserved, and the village schoolmaster stigmatized him as obtuse in intellect; although, at a later period of life, he evinced ambition and very peculiar talents.
He was born in Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, where his father was the village schoolmaster.
For village schoolmaster Fred Hill, the sight of an historic hall in the middle of his community edging closer by the day to demolition was a cause of nagging concern.
It would be interesting to know what Rimbaud thought of the village schoolmaster.
Thomas Herbert Parry Williams was born in 1887 at Rhyd Ddu in the shadow of Snowdon where his dad was the village schoolmaster.
Cor Meibion Trelawnyd, based in the village near Prestatyn, was formed in 1933 by the village schoolmaster William Humphreys.
He was born on January 21, 1922, at Hurstpierpoint in Sussex where his father was the village schoolmaster.
He told me that he was at one time the village schoolmaster at Trelogan.
David Paul Scofield was born on January 21, 1922 at Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, where his father was the village schoolmaster.
David Paul Scofield was born on January 21 1922 at Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, where his father was the village schoolmaster.

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