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Musgrave Row

The cries of mistreated schoolboys can be heard here. Until the bombings during World War 2, a school stood here, and in the 17th century, the headmaster was called William Perryman. He regularly beat his pupils and despite complaints from parents, nothing was done. Perryman was eventually sacked when a pupil drowned himself because of his fear of the master.

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