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    how rugby was created. The history is full of confusion and rumors interpreted with fantasy and imagination. The story of the creation of rugby is no exception, coming in several versions. In the traditional version, the creator of rugby was William Webb Ellis, a London student. During a soccer match in 1823 at Rugby School, the young would have been upset with the slow game and would have grabbed the ball in his arms and ran the field, pissing off his friends and who were playing soccer, who got

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    because Beckham is worth more and has scored a lot more goals then Rooney, 146 goals to be exact to 49 goals for Rooney. Rugby was created in 1823 by a man by the name of William Webb Ellis; a pupil at Rugby school picked up the ball and invented rugby. The game of rugby was created in the town of Wickshire. As William Webb Ellis first took the ball in his arms and rand with it, creating the game of rugby, he also was just a student and he created the game of rugby. Rugby is often said to be the roughest

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    A Brief History of Rugby

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    1845 that rules were officially established that distinguished the game from other forms at Rugby School by three young men. Rugby derives its name from this since three boys attending this institution first established rule defining the sport. William Webb-Ellis is also attributed to helping evolve the game to present day form. It is rumored that during a match in 1823, he picked up the ball and began to run with it. His alleged disregard for the rules helped in fact to define what would be a future

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    legend or in fact, rugby is said to have originated in 1823 at the Rugby School in England. To this day, a stone marker at the gates of the school commemorates the event when "William Webb Ellis ... with fine disregard for the rules of football as played in his time, first took the ball in his arms and ran with it." Ellis and the rest of the world never looked back. The new sport grew in private schools and universities throughout the United Kingdom, and in 1871 the first Rugby Union was founded

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    life at sea. Throughout the years hundreds of thousands of young children have decided to sign up for rugby in Australia, and some of them went on to represent this country playing for the wallabies. Six years after the creation of the game by Webb Ellis, Sydney monitors recorded that “The soldiers of the Sydney barracks had amused themselves with a game of football”. Service teams then had beg...

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    no avail as their male counterparts controlled the ideals and practices of society. Women were subject to these ideals and practices without any legal or social rights or privileges. In the literary titles by Frances Power Cobbe, Sarah Stickney Ellis, Charlotte Bronte, Anne Bronte, John Henry Cardinal Newman, Sir Henry Newbolt, and Caroline Norton, the positions, opinions, and lifestyles of men and women during the Victorian era were clearly defined. Men in the Victorian era were raised to be

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    Nineteenth Century: Sarah Stickney Ellis The industrialization of the nineteenth century was a tremendous social change in which Britain initially took the lead on. This meant for the middle class a new opening for change which has been continuing on for generations. Sex and gender roles have become one of the main focuses for many people in this Victorian period. Sarah Stickney Ellis was a writer who argued that it was the religious duty of women to improve society. Ellis felt domestic duties were not

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    Essay On Rugby

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    and I love watching our local, regional and national teams. There is a rich history behind rugby. Credit must be paid to William Webb Ellis who invented the sport rugby which includes it very own rules and language, uniform and teams. Rugby started in 1823 invented by William Webb Ellis. There is actually a story behind why he invented Rugby and how he thought of it. William actually played soccer, but didn’t really know the rules. One day when he was playing soccer, the ball was kicked to him

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    Marshall Matt Dillon - An Old-West Hero

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    Marshall Matt Dillon - An Old-West Hero In the 1950s the radio program, Gunsmoke, starred William Conrad as Marshall Matt Dillon. Gunsmoke was set in Dodge City, Kansas between 1872 and 1885, when the Santa Fe Railroad reached town and when the Texas cattle drives were forced to end by local farmers. Known as the Queen of the Cow Towns, the Wicked Little City, and the Gomorrah of the Plains, this little town had the reputation for being a hostile, lawless town where the fastest gun ruled (Gunsmoke)

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    late 19th century. Aside from being shunned from their communities African Americans were considered to be of the lowest social class possible. Two books that expand on this notion are The Garies and Their Friends written by Frank J Webb, and Clotel written by William Wells Brown. Both novels share the story of mixed race families struggling to find their place in society. The 19th was a time of confusion and mistreatment among race’s, both The Garies and Their Friends and Clotel broaden our knowledge

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