Some articles on heath mount:
... In September 1910 Evelyn began as a day pupil at Heath Mount preparatory school ... Waugh spent six relatively contented years at Heath Mount on his own assertion he was "quite a clever little boy", who was seldom distressed or overawed by his lessons ... out in 1914, Waugh and other boys from Heath Mount's Boy Scout troop were sometimes employed at the War Office as messengers ...
... Heath Mount School is a co-educational prep school near Watton-at-Stone, Hertfordshire ... It was founded as Heath Mount Academy in Hampstead and in 1934 it moved to rural Hertfordshire ...
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Wearily, as one would turn to nod good-bye to Rochefoucauld,
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