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" States, to which the youth of fortune and talents from all parts thereof might be sent for the completion of their Education in all the branches of polite literature; in arts and Sciences, in acquiring knowledge in the principles of Politics and good... "
Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ... - Page 31
by United States. Bureau of Education - 1890
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 37

1800 - 554 pages
...Education in ail the branches of polite Literature, in Am and Sciences, in acqviiring knowledge in the principles of Politics and good Government/, and (as a matter of lofiaiie importance in my judgment}, by tfo* ciating with each other, and forming fricndiliip in juvenile...
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Washington's Political Legacies: To which is Annexed an Appendix, Containing ...

George Washington - 1800 - 232 pages
...extend the principle of human sympathy : to improve our finer feelings, and give to the soul a more principles of politics and good government, and (as...judgment) by associating with each other, and forming riendships in juvenile years, be enabled fo free themselves, in a proper degree. from those local prejudice?...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volume 9

1800 - 452 pages
...education, in all the branches of polite literature, in arts and fciences, in acquiring knowledge in the principles of politics and good government, and...a matter of infinite importance in my judgment) by aflbciating with each other, and forming fnendfliip in juvenile years, be enabled to free themfelves,...
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Washington's Political Legacies: To which is Annexed an Appendix, Containing ...

George Washington - 1800 - 240 pages
...sympathy : to improve our finer feelings, and give to the soul a more principles of politics and grod government, and (as a matter of infinite importance...judgment) by associating with each other, and forming riend-hips in juvenile years, lie enabled to free themselves, in a proper degree from those local prejudice!...
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volumes 14-15

1800 - 506 pages
...Education in all the branches of polite Literature, in Arts and [Sciences, in acquiring knowledge in the principles of Politics and good Government, and (as a matter of infinite importance in my judgement,) by aflbciating with each other, and forming friendfhip in juvenile yeais, be enabled to...
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Annual Register, Volume 42

Edmund Burke - 1801 - 818 pages
...rducction in all the branches of polite literature, in arts and fciences, in acquiring knowledge in the principles of politics and good government, and (as a matter of infinite importance in my judgement,) by adbciating with each other, and forming fnendfhip in juvenile years, be enabled to free...
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Annual Register of World Events, Volume 42

1801 - 762 pages
...the branches of polite literature, in arts and fciences, in acquiring knowledge in the principles or politics and good government, and (as a matter of infinite importance in my judgement,) by aflbciating with each Qlher, and forming fnendfln'p in juvenile years, be enabled to...
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Economica: A Statistical Manual for the United States of America

Samuel Blodget - 1806 - 258 pages
...education in all the branches of polite literature ; in arts and sciences, in acquiring knowledge in the principles of politics and good government, and (as a matter of in1 finite importance, in my judgment) by associating with each other* and forming friendships in juvenile...
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An Essay on the Life of George Washington: Commander in Chief of the ...

Aaron Bancroft - 1807 - 576 pages
...of polite literature ; in arts and sciences, in acquiring knowledge in the principles of politicks and good government, and, (as a matter of infinite...mentioned ; and which, when carried to excess, are never failingsources of disquietude to the publick mind, and pregnant of mischievous consequences to...
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The Life of George Washington: Commander in Chief of the Armies of the ...

David Ramsay - 1807 - 486 pages
...education in. all the branches of polite literature, in arts and sciences, in acquiring knowledge in the 'principles of politics and good government, and, (as a matter of infinite importance in my judgement) by associating with each other, and forming friendship in juvenile years, be enabled to...
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