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Images Dated 24th September 2015

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Thomas Hardy's nephew refuses literary career to be a chef. Novelist widow leaves him £2000

Thomas Hardy's nephew refuses literary career to be a chef.
Novelist widow leaves him £2000. Refusing to follow in the footsteps of his famous uncle, Thomas Henry Soundy, nephew of Thomas Hardy, is serving his apprenticeship as a junior chef at the Carlton Hotel in Pall Mall, London. Is 19 years old.
His aunt, Hardy's widow, left in £2000 to help him in his chosen career and Soundy hopes to buy a restaurant of his own time.
Photo shows, Thomas Henry Soundy, being congratulated by the famous soup chef, Raymond Artman, in the kitchens of the Carlton Hotel.
4 January 1938

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Where hospitable custom of a century survives. Free ale and bread for wayfarers

Where hospitable custom of a century survives.
Free ale and bread for wayfarers.
Survival of the old monasteries where wayfarers were given food and shelter for the night, there still remains at the ancient city of Winchester, the 800 year old Hospital of St Cross, where a horn of ale and a slice of bread can be had, free of charge, by anyone who cares to ask for it.
The hospital was founded in 1136 to shelter thirteen needy men and to give food and drink to poor wanderers who might knock at the gates.
Now the occupants of the hospital number fifteen and are known as Brothers of St Cross. They wear flat hats and long dark cloaks, emblazoned with a silver cross, in a style that has come down through the centuries, unchanged

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Where hospitable custom of eight centuries survives. Free ale and bread for wayfarers

Where hospitable custom of eight centuries survives.
Free ale and bread for wayfarers.
Survival of the old monasteries where wayfarers were given food and shelter for the night, there still remains at the ancient city of Winchester, the 800 year old Hospital of St Cross, where a horn of ale and a slice of bread can be had, free of charge, by anyone who cares to ask for it.
The hospital was founded in 1136 to shelter thirteen needy men and to give food and drink to poor wanderers who might knock at the gates.
Now the occupants of the hospital number fifteen and are known as Brothers of St Cross. They wear flat hats and long dark cloaks, emblazoned with a silver cross, in a style that has come down through the centuries, unchanged.
Photo shows, Brothers of the order in the sunny quadrangle of the Hospital of St Cross, is in their dark cloaks with the cross on the breast, walking in the peaceful quadrangle in the shadow of the 800-year-old buildings

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