Edward Barnard (1717-1781) former headmaster and since 1765 provost of Eton College, a wealthy pluralist. He was described by Horace Walpole as ‘the Pitt of schoolmasters’.
Also known as:
- Edward Barnard
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Mentioned in 4 letters
|Letter from Elizabeth Montagu to Mary Robinson||1802|
|Letter from Elizabeth Montagu to James Beattie||2188|
|Letter from Elizabeth Montagu to James Beattie||2189|
|Letter from Elizabeth Montagu to James Beattie||2192|
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