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" In those parishes, where this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behaviour of the children is greatly civilized. The barbarous ignorance in which they had before lived, being in some degree dispelled, they begin to give proofs that those persons... "
The Sunday School Teacher's Guide - Seite 11
von John Angell James - 1817 - 227 Seiten
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American Sunday-school Teachers' Magazine and Journal of Education, Band 1

1824
...profitably, and not disagreeably. In those parishes where this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behaviour of the children is greatly civilized....impracticable, or at least not worth the trouble." Those who never saw the dense population of the manufacturing cities and towns of Great Britain, before...
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The Methodist Review, Band 11

1828
...profitably, and not disagreeably. In those parishes, where this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behaviour of the children is greatly civilized....mistaken, who consider the lower orders of mankind incapable of improvement, and therefore think an attempt to reclaim them impracticable, or at least...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., Band 10

1828
...profitably, and not disagreeably. In those parishes, where this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behaviour of the children is greatly civilized....ignorance in which they had before lived, being in some decree dispelled, they begin to give proofs that those persons are mistaken, who consider the lower...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Band 10

1828
...profitably, and not disagreeably. In those parishes, where this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behaviour of the children is greatly civilized....ignorance in which they had before lived, being in some decree dispelled, they begin to give proofs that those persons are mistaken, who consider the lower...
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An Address Delivered Before the Boston Sunday School Society: On the ...

Ezra Stiles Gannett - 1831 - 42 Seiten
...disagreeably. In those parishes where this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behavior of the children is greatly civilized. The barbarous...impracticable, or at least not worth the trouble.' IV. PAGE 20. An account of the dedication of this building is given in the Monthly Repository, vol....
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Band 41

1841
...profitably, and not disagreeably. In those parishes, where this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behaviour of the children is greatly civilized....impracticable, or at least not worth the trouble." The same month he writes as follows to Colonel Townley, who with many other persons had inquired into...
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1880
...profitably and not disagreeably. In those parishes where this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behaviour of the children is greatly civilized....impracticable, or, at least, not worth the trouble." • HIS BEAUTIFUL MODESTY. "What beautiful and invincible modesty breathes through it ! How charmingly...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Bände 21-22

1841
...this plan has been adopted, we are assured that the behaviour of the children is greatly civilised. The barbarous ignorance in which they had before lived...impracticable, or at least not worth the trouble.' For nearly thirty years Raikes survived to witness the growing effects of hii Mnevolent undertaking,...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Band 21

1841
...the behaviour of the children is greatly civilised. The barbarous ignorance in which they had be fore lived being in some degree dispelled, they begin to...impracticable, or at least not worth the trouble.' For nearly thirty years Raikes survived to witness the growing effects of his benevolent undertaking,...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Band 21

1841
...the behaviour of the children is greatly civilised. The barbarous ignorance in which they had be fore lived being in some degree dispelled, they begin to...impracticable, or at least not worth the trouble." For nearly thirty years Raikes survived to witness the growing effects of hi* benevolent undertaking,...
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