To the Feoffees of the Hawarden Grammar School from Richard Willett of Hawarden; an account of the history of the school, and of his thirty-two years as Master; describes the mistaken practice of admitting only boys already capable of reading the New Testament; encloses £50, the interest of which is to be paid to the Master for educating two poor boys for four successive years, to be know as "Mr. Willett's Boys."
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