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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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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Volumen 6

1886
...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 tottering conscience as many of our great counsellors have lately shown themselves, bat steadfast pillars...
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The Study of History in American Colleges and Universities

Herbert Baxter Adams - 1887 - 299 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 tottering conscience as many of our great counsellors have lately shown themselves, but steadfast pillars...
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The Study of History in American Colleges and Universities

Herbert Baxter Adams - 1887 - 299 páginas
...they may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth, be such poor, shaken, uncertain reeds, of such tottering conscience as many of our great counsellors have lately shown themselves, bat steadfast pillars of the state." Professor Adams' address was a development of this preguaut thought....
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A Manual of Historical Literature: Comprising Brief Descriptions of the Most ...

Charles Kendall Adams - 1888 - 720 páginas
...must be to the study of polities : to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies; that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth,...themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State.'' — MILTON. " When the financial questions growing out of the debt and currency ereated during the...
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Occasional Addresses on Educational Subjects

Simon Somerville Laurie - 1888 - 215 páginas
...the study of Politics, " that they might 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 lately shewn themselves, but stedfast pillars of the State." Next they would study Law in its grounds and...
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The Prose Works of John Milton, Volumen 3

John Milton - 1888
...must be to the study of politics; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies ;J that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth, be such poor, shaken, uncertain reeds, of sufih a tottering conscience, as many of our great counsellors have lately shewn themselves, but steadfast...
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Occasional Addresses on Educational Subjects

Simon Somerville Laurie - 1888 - 215 páginas
...the study of Politics, " that they might 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 Keeds, of such a tottering Conscience as many of our great Counsellors have lately shewn themselves,...
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A Manual of Historical Literature

Charles Kendall Adams - 1888 - 720 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, shakeu, uncertain reeds, of such a tottering conscience, as many of our great counsellors have lately...
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PARDORIES AND OTHER PIECES OF BURLESQUE

GEORGE CANNING, GEORGE ELLIS, JOHN HOOKHAM FRERE - 1889
...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,...of such a tottering conscience as many of our great councillors have lately shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State. After this they are to...
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Colleges in America

John Marshall Barker - 1894 - 265 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,...shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the state." Those who are to be trained for this leadership, and expect to gain a strong hold on society, should...
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