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Title: The Malta Protestant College
Authors: Mallia, Salvu
Keywords: Protestants -- Malta -- History -- 19th century
Religion -- History -- 19th century
Malta -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Universities and colleges -- Malta -- History -- 19th century
Language and languages -- Malta -- History -- 19th century
Malta -- Study and teaching -- History -- 19th century
Education -- Malta -- History -- 19th century
Malta Protestant College (St. Julians, Malta)
Malta Protestant College (St. Julians, Malta) -- Examinations
Gobat, Samuel, 1799-1879
School principals -- Malta -- History -- 19th century
Bishops -- History -- 19th century
Issue Date: 1990
Publisher: Malta Historical Society
Citation: Mallia, S. (1990). The Malta Protestant College. Melita Historica, 10(3), 257-282.
Abstract: This document contains in-depth research about the Protestant College in Malta which was situated in St. Julian's Bay until its closure in 1865. Mallia delves into the educational ambitions of the college, the diversity among students and the history of its headmasters among numerous other areas of the college's history. The author concludes by investigating the reason for the college's premature end and supposes that the scarcity of adequate Oriental students was the primary cause for its demise.
Appears in Collections:MH, Volume 10, No. 3 (1990)
MH, Volume 10, No. 3 (1990)

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