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" For the same reason I think it proper to add an account of the great knowledge and capacity for writing which was given me by the Lord in my childhood. When as yet a little child, I was sent to school, and quickly learned my letters ; and I began, long... "
Christian Schools and Scholars: Or, Sketches of Education from the Christian ... - עמוד 320
מאת Augusta Theodosia Drane - 1881 - 738 דפים
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., כרך 12

1837
...childhood. When as yet a little child, I was sent to school, and quickly learned my letters ; and I began, long before the usual time of learning, and...learn the art of writing. But in a furtive and unusual manner, and without any teacher, I attempted to learn that art. From this circumstance I got a habit...
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The Dark Ages: Essays Illustrating the State of Religion and Literature in ...

Samuel Roffey Maitland - 1845 - 520 דפים
...childhood. When as yet a little child, I was sent to school, and quickly learned my letters ; and I began, long before the usual time of learning, and...learn the art of writing. But in a furtive and unusual manner, and without any teacher, I attempted to learn that art. From this circumstance I got a habit...
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Part the first. History of libraries

Edward Edwards - 1859
...account of the great knowledge and capacity fur writing which was given me by the Lord in my childhood I began long before the usual time of learning, and...learn the art of writing. But in a furtive and unusual manner, and without any teacher, I attempted to learn that art; and, after a short time, I began to...
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Part the first. History of libraries

Edward Edwards - 1859
...capacity for writing which was given me by the Lord in my childhood I began long before the n;u»l time of learning, and without any order from the master...learn the art of writing. But in a furtive and unusual manner, and without any teacher, I attempted to learn that art; and, after » short time, I began to...
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Part the first. History of libraries

Edward Edwards - 1859
...account of the great knowledge and capacity for writing which was given me by the Lord in my childhood I began long before the usual time of learning, and...order from the master to learn the art of writing. Bat in a furtive and unusual manner, and without any teacher, I attempted to learn that art; and, afters...
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The American Journal of Education, כרך 24

Henry Barnard - 1873
...childhood. When as yet a— little child I was sent to school, and quickly learned my letters ; atid began long before the usual time of learning, and...holding my pen in a wrong manner, nor were any of ray teachers afterwards able to correct me in that point. Many who saw this, decided that I should...
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Memoirs of Eminent Teachers and Educators: With Contributions to the History ...

Henry Barnard - 1878 - 724 דפים
...sent to school, and quickly learned my letters; and began long before the usual time of learning, aud without any order from the master, to learn the art...and unusual way, and without any teacher, so that I pot a bad habit of holding my pen in a wrong manner, nor were any of my teachers afterwards able to...
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Books and Their Makers During the Middle Ages: 476-1600. pt. I. Books in ...

George Haven Putnam - 1896
...my childhood. When as yet a little child, I was sent to school and quickly learned my letters, and I began, long before the usual time of learning and...order from the master, to learn the art of writing. Undertaking this in a furtive and unusual manner, and without any teacher, I got a habit of holding...
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Readings in the History of Education: A Collection of Sources and Readings ...

Ellwood Patterson Cubberley - 1920 - 684 דפים
...unusual manner, and without any teacher, I attempted to learn that art. From this circumstance I got a habit of holding my pen in a wrong manner; nor were...teachers afterwards able to correct me in that point; for I had become too much accustomed to it to be capable of altering. Many who saw this unanimously...
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