Essay on My First Day At Harrow

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Just this past January, my business solicitor and second father, Hanson, did me a great service and obtained my allowance to attend Harrow. Harrow is a boarding school, which only has boys, which makes me very excited indeed, as I will have fellows with which I can roughhouse (The Byron Chronology). Today is my first day at Harrow and already I have a tutor by the name of Henry Dury. He is the son of the headmaster and I feel as though I am already making connections to the top. He is quite a dull man, though, and I have perhaps thought to call him Henry Dully as it seems more appropriate for his character. The school is only eleven miles due northwest from town which means on my days off I can stroll into town with my new friends (The Byron Chronology). Did I mention I have made new friends? Well, it is the truth and they are called Edward Noel Long, Robert Peel, Lord Delawarr, and William Harness. They are excellent fellows and some of the finest men around in this place of education. They are of a younger age than I, however, which has left them open to the pokes and teases of the elder. Let it not be mistaken that I have let this go on! No, I stand up for my new friends and they are protected by my greatness. It is the end of the summer now and it is almost time to return to the books and badgering of school. It will certainly be more advanced I am sure because at the end of the last school year I was moved up to the fourth form (The Byron Chronology)! I am eager…

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