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Date transcribed2015-10-31
Transcribed byPeter Evans
CommentNational Library of Wales - Death notices in Welsh publications of people with India connection

View all other items of "Surname" with value "Bell" in "Madras Death notices " Surname  Bell    
Rank/ Profession  Dr    
Place  Cheltenham    
Year  1832    
Month  February    
Day  3    
Entry  On Friday night last, at his residence, Lindsay Cottage, Cheltenham, in his 80th year, the celebrated Dr. Bell, founder of the Madras system of elementary education. Dr. Bell may be justly ranked among the greatest. benefactors of his species. There are now in Great Britain ten thousand Schools upon his plan, wherein six hundred thousand children are educated by voluntary aid and charity. The venerated deceased was also a munificent benefactor to public institutions connected with instruction and he contributed bountifully to the support of other charitable establishments.     
View all other items of "Publication" with value "The Cambrian" in "Madras Death notices " Publication  The Cambrian    
Edition Year  1832    
Edition month  February    
Edition date  4    
Page No  3    
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Welsh Newspapers Online (1804-1919) (http://newspapers.library.wales/home). 700 english language entries transcribed from the Family Notices that have a reference to 'Madras'. Transcribed by Peter Evans with the cooperation of the National Library of Wales.
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