He built a free-school at Ulfrunehampton in Staffordshire, etc.
I went to Tunbridge, to see a solemn exercise at the free-school there.
Studious little boys of the free-school, all green grasshopper-looking, walked about as boys knowing something of Latin.
I could relate its century of history; I could write about its free-school system, and its many noble charities.
And it is not unlikely that the Poet may, at some time, have been an assistant teacher in the free-school at Stratford.
A large and strong building of brick, erected as a free-school in the reign of Henry Free school.
But, I should say he belonged, if anything, to the free-school system.
The mother could not read nor write—'worse luck,' as she said; her only chance of educating these children was a free-school.
Only a limited number of scholars could receive the benefit of a free-school, whereas a theatre is emphatically for everybody.
The free-school in the town was founded by Henry the Eighth, and amply endowed with the revenues of forfeited monasteries, &c.