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" ... to form the statesmen, legislators and judges, on whom public prosperity, and individual happiness are so much to depend: To expound the principles and structure of government, the laws which regulate the intercourse of nations, those formed municipally... "
Habits of Mind: Fostering Access and Excellence in Higher Education - Seite 63
von William Barclay Allen, Carol M. Allen - 249 Seiten
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Band 13

1819
...branches of education, of which the legislature require the development: those, for example, which are to form the statesmen, legislators and judges, on...prosperity, and individual happiness are so much to depend: To expound the principles and structure of government, the laws which regulate the intercourse of nations,...
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EARLY HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, AS CONTAINED IN THE LETTERS OF ...

J.W RANDOLPH - 1856
...branches of education, of which the Legislature require the development ; those, for example, which are, To form the statesmen, legislators and judges, on...prosperity and individual happiness are so much to depend; To expound the principles and structure of government, the laws which regulate the intercourse of nations,...
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Early History of the University of Virginia

Thomas Jefferson, Joseph Carrington Cabell - 1856 - 528 Seiten
...of education, of which the Legislature require the development ; those, for example, which are, • To form the statesmen, legislators and judges, on...prosperity and individual happiness are so much to depend ; To expound the principles and structure of government, the laws which regulate the intarcourse of...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ...

United States. Bureau of Education - 1889
...establish the university of Virginia, and when ho thus de fined the objects of the higher education : "To form the statesmen, legislators, and judges, on whom public prosperity and individual happiness aro so much to depend ; to expound the principles of government, the laws which regulate the intercourse...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ...

United States. Bureau of Education - 1889
...establish the University of Virginia, and when he thus deoneil the objects of the higher eaucatiop : "To form the statesmen, legislators, and judges, on whom public prosperity and ¡nJi vidual happiness are so mach to depend ; to expound the principles of government, the laws which...
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Education, Band 19

1899
...relations under which he shall be placed." He classified the objects of higher education as follows : (1) " To form the statesmen, legislators and judges, on...prosperity and individual happiness are so much to depend; (2) To expound the principles and structure of government, the laws which regulate the intercourse...
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Education, Band 16

1896
...science of government." Jefferson gave his most earnest endeavors to establish a system that should " form the statesmen, legislators, and judges, on whom...individual happiness are so much to depend ; that should expound the laws which regulate the intercourse of nations, as well as those formed municipally...
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The New England Magazine, Band 14;Band 20

1896
...concurrence with Madison, he reported to the legislature that the object and need of a state university were "to form the statesmen, legislators and judges, on...prosperity and individual happiness are so much to depend; to expound the principles and structure of government, the laws which regulate the intercourse of nations...
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Circular of Information

United States. Bureau of Education - 1888
...they reach the Jeffersouian ideal. He classifies the objects of the higher education as follows : "(1) To form the statesmen, legislators, and judges, on...prosperity and individual happiness are so much to depend ; "(2) To expound the principles and structure of government, the laws which regulate the intercourse...
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Contributions to American Educational History

Herbert Baxter Adams - 1888
...they reach the Jeffersonian ideal. He classifies the objects of the higher education as follows : "(1) To form the statesmen, legislators, and judges, on...prosperity and individual happiness are so much to depend ; " (2) To expound the principles and structure of government, the laws which regulate the intercourse...
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