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going to school

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  • This day, meeting Mr. Pierce at White Hall, he tells me that his boy hath a great mind to see me, and is going to school again; and Dr. Clerke, being by, do tell me that he is a fine boy; but I durst not answer anything, because I durst not invite him to my house, for fear of my wife; and therefore, to my great trouble, was forced to neglect that discourse.

    Diary of Samuel Pepys, January 1668/69

  • My parents gave me the choice between going to school at Visitation Academy or another private school where the society in Saint Louis sent their daughters.

    The Grace to Race

  • During the course of several mornings spent at Joy Lok, it became clear to me that these women were going to school with their children.

    American Chinatown

  • F is going to school & learning fast Grammer, Geography, Latin grammer, &c &c

    Augusta County: John Quincy Adams Nadenbousch to Hester J. Nadenbousch, April 1, 1865

  • One season when I was fifteen or sixteen, I set my heart on going to school at Harpersfield.

    My Boyhood

  • Lori Fowler is currently going to school to become an elementary school teacher.

    Mortified

  • I loved going to school at Ashley Hall, where I grew up quite a bit.

    Barbara Bush

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