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" ... tis to me the strangest thing in the world that the father should desire or suffer it to be cherished or improved. Methinks the parents should labour to have it stifled and suppressed as much as may be ; and I know not what reason a father can have... "
The Works of John Locke: Some thoughts concerning education. An examination ... - Seite 167
von John Locke - 1824
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The United States Literary Gazette, Band 1

1825
...in this too, that they seldom bring any advantage but to those who have nothing else to live on." " I know not what reason a father can have to wish his son a poet," &.c. Every body knows also the reply of Lord Burleigh to Queen Elizabeth, upon her ordering a hundred...
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the edinburgh review or critical journal

The Edinburgh Review,or Chritical Journal:for October,1830....January,1831 VOL.LII - 1831
...improved. Methinks the parents should labour to have it stifled and suppressed as much as may be ; and I know not what reason a father can have to wish his son a poet, whodoesnot desire to have him bid defiance to all other callings and business; which is not yet the...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best Articles in that ...

Maurice Cross - 1835
...improved. Mi-thinks the parents should labour to have it stifled and suppressed as much as may be ; and I know not what reason a father can have to wish his SOD a poet, who does not desire to have him bid dc6ance to all other callings and business ; which...
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The American Journal of Education, Band 6

Henry Barnard - 1859
...improved. .Mi-thinks the parents should labor to have it stifled or suppressed as much as may be ; and I know not what reason a father can have to wish...business — which is not yet the worst of the case ; fur, if he proves a successful rhymer, and gets once the reputation of a wit, I desire it may be...
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Barnard's American Journal of Education, Band 6

Henry Barnard - 1859
...or improved. Methinks the parents should labor to have it stifled or suppressed as much as may be ; and I know not what reason a father can have to wish...his son a poet, who does not desire to have him bid dcnance to all other callings and business — which is not yet the worst of the case ; for, if he...
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Discourses on the Scope and Nature of University Education

John Henry Newman - 1852 - 449 Seiten
...does stick by them, they are only the worse for." And so again, speaking of verse-making, he says, "I know not what reason a father can have to wish his son a poet, who does not desire him to bid defiance to all other callings and business; which is not yet the worst of the case ; for,...
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The American Journal of Education, Band 10

1861
...permanent educational maxim, during the early years to read rather too little than too much. NIEHEYER. I know not what reason a father can have to wish his...him bid defiance to all other callings and business. It is very seldom seen that any one discovers mines of gold or silver in Parnassus. It is a pleasant...
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American Journal of Education, Band 10

1861
...educational maxim, during the early years to read rather too little than too much. NIEVEYER. § 8. POETRY. I know not what reason a father can have to wish his...him bid defiance to all other callings and business. It is very seldom seen that any one discovers mines of gold or silver in Parnassus. It is a pleasant...
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The American Journal of Education, Band 14

Henry Barnard - 1864
...improved. Methinks the parents should labor to have it stifled and suppressed as ranch as may be ; and I know not what reason a father can have to wish his son a poet, who dots not desire to have him bid defiance to all other callings and business: which is not yet the worst...
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The American Journal of Education, Band 14

Henry Barnard - 1864
...or improved. Methinks the parents should labor to have it stifled and suppressed as much as may be ; and I know not what reason a father can have to wish liis son a poet, who docs not desire to have him bid defiance to all other callings and business: winch...
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