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" The next remove must be to the study of politics; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies; that they may not in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth be such poor, shaken, uncertain reeds, of such a tottering conscience, as many of... "
The English Journal of Education - Página 118
1857
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Addresses of the Newly-appointed Professors of Columbia College: With an ...

Columbia University, William Betts, Charles Arad Joy, Francis Lieber, Charles Davies, Charles Murray Nairne - 1858 - 201 páginas
...of politics, to know the beginning, end and reasons of political societies, that they (the learners) may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth, be...shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the state." This pregnant passage ought not to have been written in vain. I could multiply authorities of antiquity...
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Addresses of the Newly-appointed Professors of Columbia College: With an ...

Columbia University - 1858 - 201 páginas
...of politics, to know the beginning, end and reasons of political societies, that they (the learners) may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth, be...shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the state." This pregnant passage ought not to have been written in vain. I could multiply authorities of antiquity...
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The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England: With a ..., Volumen 1

Francis Bacon - 1859
...to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies; that they may not in a dangerous At of the commonwealth be such poor, shaken, uncertain...shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the state. After this they are to drive into the grounds of law and legal justice, delivered Arst, and with best...
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Christian Believing and Living: Sermons

Frederic Dan Huntington - 1860 - 528 páginas
...English republican of two centuries ago, in language suiting us to-day, There .is a study of polities worthy of Christian scholars, " that they may not,...themselves, but steadfast pillars of the state." Universal luimanity has claims. That " good conversation " of the Christian scholar condescends to converse with...
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The Institutions of the English Government: Being an Account of the ...

Homersham Cox - 1863 - 757 páginas
...must be to the study of Politics ; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies ; that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth,...conscience, as many of our great counsellors have of late •hown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State." Jli/fon's Epistle to JIartlib, on...
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The Institutions of the English Government: Being an Account of the ...

Homersham Cox - 1863 - 757 páginas
...must be to the study of Politics ; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies ; that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth, be such poor, shaken, uncertain reeds, of such a tottoring conscience, as many of our great counsellors have of lato shown themselves, but steadfast...
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Proceedings of the ... Convocation, Volumen 4,Parte 1867

University of the State of New York - 1868
...come " to the study of politics ; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies : that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth,...great counsellors have lately shown themselves, but stedfast pillars of state." If the working out to a demonstration, through blood and fire, of Milton's...
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A History of the Reform Bills of 1866 and 1867

Homersham Cox - 1868 - 302 páginas
...must be to the study of politics ; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies ; that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the Commonwealth,...tottering conscience as many of our great counsellors have of late shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State.' MILTON'S Epistle to ffartlib on Education....
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A History of the Reform Bills of 1866 and 1867

Homersham Cox - 1868 - 302 páginas
...politics ; to know the begiuning, end, and reasons of political societies ; that they may not, in u dangerous fit of the Commonwealth, be such poor, shaken, uncertain reeds, of such a tottering conscience u many of our great counsellors have of law shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State.'...
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The American Journal of Education, Volumen 22

Henry Barnard - 1871
...must be to the study of Politics ;43 to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies, that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth,...of such a tottering conscience as many of our great councilors have lately shown themselves, but steadfast pillare of the state. After this they are to...
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