New York Teachers' Monographs, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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New York Teachers' Monographs Co., 1899 - Education
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Page 44 - Great, wide, beautiful, wonderful World. With the wonderful water round you curled, And the wonderful grass upon your breast, World, you are wonderfully drest. You friendly Earth! how far do you go With the wheat-fields that nod and the rivers that flow, With cities and gardens, and cliffs and isles, And people upon you for thousands
Page 44 - You friendly Earth! how far do you go With the wheat-fields that nod and the rivers that flow, With cities and gardens, and cliffs and isles, And people upon you for thousands of miles
Page xxvi - A History of Modern Europe. By Prof. FERDINAND SCHWILL. With Maps and Genealogical Tables. Crown. 8vo, $1.50 net. How to Know the Wild Flowers. A Guide to the Names, Haunts and Habits of our Common Wild Flowers By MRS. WILLIAM STARR DANA. New Edition
Page 73 - There the common sense of most Shall hold a fretful realm in awe, And the kindly earth shall slumber, Lapt in universal law.
Page 7 - Whichever way the wind doth blow, Some heart is glad to have it so ; Then blow it east or blow it west, The wind that blows, that wind is
Page 8 - fairy nut, Of which children sometime read. Over the pretty shining coat, We sprinkle the earth so brown, And the sunshine warms its bed, And the rain comes dropping down. Patter, patter, the soft warm rain. Knocks at the tiny door, And two little heads come peeping out, Like a story in fairy lore.
Page 44 - I'm hastening from the distant hills With swift and noisy flowing, Nursed by a thousand tiny rills, I'm ever onward going." " I have stood Where Hudson rolled his lordly flood: Seen sunrise rest and sunset fade Along his frowning Palisade
Page 10 - of intermeddling with his fellow pupils ; neither doing what is reasonable himself nor allowing others to do it. Never having subdued himself, he will never subdue the world of chaos, or any part of it, as his life work, but will have to be subdued by external constraint on the part of his fellow men.
Page 21 - If the Syrians be too strong for me, then thou shalt help me. but if the children of Ammon be too strong for thee, then I will come and help thee.
Page 7 - and concern cleanliness, neatness in person and clothing, temperance, and moderation in the gratification of the appetites and passions. The school can and does teach cleanliness and neatness, but it has less power over the pupil in regard to temperance. It can teach him self-control and self-sacrifice in the three

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