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" ... them to spell some of the words which they have just seen; by these means, and by repeating at different times in the day those words which are most frequently wanted, his vocabulary will be pretty well stocked without its having cost him many tears.... "
Practical Education - Page 77
by Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1801
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Essays on Practical Education, Volume 1

Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - Education - 1815
...well stocked without its having cost him many tears. We should observe, that children learn to spell more by the eye than by the ear, and that the more...they have continually before their eyes, or which they feel it necessary to represent to others. When young people begin to write, they first feel the...
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An outline of the general regulations and methods of teaching in the male ...

Robert Sullivan - Education - 1843 - 47 pages
...well stocked without its having cost him man) tears. We should observe, that children learn to spell more by the eye than by the ear, and that the more...they will be to remember the combination of letters iu words which they have continually before their ej es, or which they feel it necessary to represent...
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The spelling-book supersede, or A new and easy method of teaching the ...

Robert Sullivan - 1860
...well stocked without its having cost him many tears. We should observe that children learn to spell more by the eye than by the ear ; and that the more...they have continually before their eyes, or which they feel it necessary to represent to others. When young people begin to write, they first feel the...
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A manual of method and organization

Robert Robinson (inspector of national sch, Ireland.) - 1863
...good spellers.' Edgeworth : ' The more the children read and write, the more likely they will be able to remember the combination of letters in words which they have continually before their eyes, and which they feel it necessary to represent to others. M. Marcel, in his work on language, says,...
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Teacher's manual [&c.].

Robert Robinson (inspector of national sch, Ireland.) - 1867
...spellers.' Again, Edgeworth: 'The more the children read and write, the more likely they will be able to remember the combination of letters in words which they have continually before their eyes, and which they feel it necessary to represent to others. M. Marcel, in his work on language, says....
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The spelling book superseded, or Exercises on orthography, etymology, and ...

Robert Joseph Sullivan - 1869
...well stocked without its having cost him many tears. We should observe that children learn to spell more by the eye than by the ear ; and that the more...in words which they have continually before their eyea, or which tliey feel it necessary to represent to others. When young people begin to write, they...
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