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  1. Tom Browns school-days by Hughes Thomas 1822-1896, 1911
  2. Tom Browns school-days : by an old boy (Thomas Hughes) / edited with a preface, by H.C. Bradby ; with illustrations in color and pen and ink sketches by Hugh Thomson by Thomas (1822-1896) Hughes, 1920-01-01
  3. Tom Brown at Oxford by Thomas Hughes. by Hughes. Thomas. 1822-1896., 1920-01-01
  4. The manliness of Christ by Hughes Thomas 1822-1896, 1880-01-01
  5. Tom Brown at Oxford : a sequel to School days at Rugby / by the author of School days at Rugby by Thomas (1822-1896) Hughes, 1910-01-01
  6. Tom Brown at Oxford. by Hughes. Thomas. 1822-1896., 1920
  7. Memoir of Daniel Macmillan by Thomas (1822-1896) Hughes, 1882-01-01
  8. Tom Brown's School Days by Thomas, 1822-1896 Hughes, 2010-07-28
  9. Foundations: A Study In The Ethics And Economics Of The Co-operative Movement. Prepared At The Request Of The Co-operative Congress Held At Gloucester In April, 1879 by Hughes Thomas 1822-1896, 2010-10-15
  10. Tom Brown At Oxford; By The Author Of "tom Brown's School-days". With Illus. By Sidney P. Hall by Hughes Thomas 1822-1896, 2010-10-14
  11. School Days At Rugby by Hughes Thomas 1822-1896, 2010-09-29
  12. G. T. T. Gone to Texas; letters from our boys by Thomas Hughes 1822-1896 ed, 1884-12-31
  13. Alfred the Great. by Thomas Hughes by Hughes. Thomas. 1822-1896., 1869-01-01
  14. Tom Brown 's school-days by Thomas Hughes. by Hughes. Thomas. 1822-1896., 1920-01-01

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5. Thomas Hughes - Free Online Library
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Thomas Hughes was born on October 20th, 1822 in Uffington, Berkshite, England to John and Margaret Hughes. He attended the Rugby School, then went on to Oriel College at Oxford and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1845. He studied law at Lincoln's Inn and at the Inner Temple, London, and was accepted to the Bar in 1847. That same year he married Francis Ford. Hughes soon became a supporter of Chartism, a political party in England (1838-48), which contended for universal suffrage, the vote by ballot, annual parliaments, equal electoral districts, and other radical reforms. He formed the Christian Socialist movement in 1848 with Frederick Denison Maurice and Charles Kingsley, a movement that wanted to use the Church to help prevent revolution by the working classes. The movement produced two journals, Politics of the People (1848-1849) and The Christian Socialist (1850-51), and a series of pamphlets called

6. Hughes, Thomas - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Hughes, Thomas
Hughes, Thomas (1822–1896) English writer. He is best known as the author of Tom Brown's School Days (1857), a story of Rugby School under Thomas Arnold, with an underlying, Thomas

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Part 1 Part 2 "I [hold] it truth, with him who sings,
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That men may rise on stepping-stones
Of their dead selves to higher things."
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Hughes, Thomas, 1822–96, English author. A lawyer, Hughes eventually became a judge; he was also a Liberal member of Parliament and worked assiduously for social reforms., Thomas

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Thomas Hughes , the son of a landowner from Uffing ton in Berkshire, was born in 1822. After being educated at Oriel College, Oxford , Hughes trained as a lawyer. While a student Hughes read The Kingdom of Christ (1838) by Frederick Denison Maurice . In the book Maurice argued that politics and religion are inseparable and that the church should be involved in addressing social questions.
Hughes became a supporter of Chartism and after the decision by the House of Commons to reject the Chartist Petition in 1848, he joined with Frederick Denison Maurice and Charles Kingsley to form the Christian Socialist movement. The men discussed how the Church could help to prevent revolution by tackling what they considered were the reasonable grievances of the working class.
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12. Hughes, Thomas Smart (DNB00) - Wikisource
HUGHES, THOMAS SMART (17861847), historian, born at Nuneaton, Warwickshire, on 25 Aug. 1786, was the eldest surviving son of Hugh Hughes, curate of Nuneaton, and rector of Hardwick,_Thomas_Smart_(DNB00)

13. Tom Brown's Schooldays
s of the game of rugby from the pages of the book about life at Rugby School in the 1830s.......
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"It's very odd how almost all English boys love danger; you can get ten to join a game, or climb a tree, or swim a stream, when there's a chance of breaking their limbs or getting drowned, for one who'll stay on level ground, or in his depth, or play quoits or bowls." - from the book Long ago, before scrum caps, huge Polynesian backs, ads for high tech firms designed to optically jump off the pitch for the cameras, corporate logos on jerseys, player/club contractual disputes or any of the trappings of modern day professionalism, there was The Game. Thomas Hughes' classic novel Tom Brown's Schooldays. By an Old Boy. was published in 1857, but deals with life at Rugby School in the 1830's - just after William Webb Ellis, the legendary creator of the rugby game, would have graduated. Hughes himself was educated at Rugby under Dr. Thomas Arnold, and many people have supposed that he himself was Tom Brown - but this he always denied. Of interest to rugby readers is Tom Brown's first game of football as played at Rugby, a game that would be later developed into the matches we now enjoy: "...something to try the muscles of men's bodies, and the endurance of their hearts, to make them rejoice in their strength." As recounted here, however, it is purely a boy's game, played with boyish enthusiasm. The passage below is an excerpt from Chapter V, "Rugby and Football." My comments are in brackets.
"But why do you wear white trousers in November?" said Tom. He had been struck by this peculiarity in the costume of almost all the School-house boys.

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15. Historic Rugby Village In Tennessee - Thomas Hughes Victorian England
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The founding of the Rugby colony in 1880 was the living fulfillment of Englishman Thomas Hughes' lifelong goals and ideals. Hughes was born in Uffington, Berkshire, in the Vale of the White Horse, on October 22, 1822. He was the second of seven sons of John Hughes and Margaret Wilkinson. Tom's oldest brother, George, about whom he wrote Memoir of a Brother, was a great influence on his life. Especially important is the fact that Tom attended Rugby School, a well-known British public school, whose headmaster, Dr. Thomas Arnold, was father of Matthew Arnold, poet and scholar. Dr. Arnold made extensive progress in British school reform. The strong impressions he made on Hughes' life and ideals were immortalized in his most famous novel, Tom Brown's School Days. Though Hughes often denied it, Tom Brown was clearly semi-autobiographical. (A school established briefly at Rugby, Tennessee, was named Arnold School, and the name of the colony, of course, came from the English institution.) After graduation, Tom Hughes went on to Oriel College, Oxford, where he excelled in sports more than in academics, but received his B. A. in 1845. He read law at Lincoln's Inn and at the Inner Temple, London, both inns of court and roughly the British equivalent of American law schools. He was called to the Bar in 1847, and in the same year married Francis (Fanny) Ford. He was twice elected a member of Parliament and achieved designation as a Queen's Councilor.

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Hughes, Thomas (b. Oct. 20, 1822, Uffington, Berkshire, Eng.d. March 22, 1896, Brighton, Sussex), British jurist, reformer, and novelist best known for Tom Brown's School Days.
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(b. Oct. 20, 1822, Uffington, Berkshire, Eng.d. March 22, 1896, Brighton, Sussex), British jurist, reformer, and novelist best known for Tom Brown's School Days Hughes attended Rugby School from 1834 to 1842. His love for the great Rugby headmaster Thomas Arnold and for games and boyish high spirits are admirably captured in the novel Tom Brown's School Days (1857). The book's successit ran into nearly 50 editions by 1890helped create an enduring image of the public-school product and popularize the doctrine of "muscular Christianity." From 1842 to 1845 Hughes had attended Oriel College, Oxford, and Tom Brown at Oxford (1861), a less-successful sequel, gives a picture of life there at that time. He then studied law and was called to the bar in 1848. His admiration for the religious reformer Frederick Denison Maurice led him to join the Christian Socialists and, in 1854, to become a founder member of the Working Men's College, of which he was principal from 1872 to 1883. His simple, earnest approach to religion and his robust patriotism show plainly in his tracts A Layman's Faith (1868) and The Manliness of Christ (1879). A Liberal member of Parliament from 1865 to 1874, he became queen's counsel in 1869 and a county court judge in 1882. In 1870 he visited the United States, and in 1879 he made an unsuccessful and financially draining attempt to found a cooperative settlement in Rugby, Tenn.

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