Punch, 51 (1866), 229.
Universities, Education, Railways, Progress
Claims that 'young Oxford appears to be Conservative, not to say reactionary', and expects that the 'great partiality' that 'the men show for "coaches" [i.e. tutors]' will result in a 'majority at the Union against Railways'. This is possibly a reference to the developments of the Great Western Railway Company near the university.
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