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" Whenever we defire a child to do any thing, we fhould be perfectly certain, not only that it is a thing which he is capable of doing ; but alfo, that it is fomething we can, in cafe it comes to that ultimate argument, force him to do, You cannot oblige... "
Practical Education - Page 267
by Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1801
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1799
...from the chapter on obedience. 4 Whenever we defire a child to do any thing, we fhould be perfectly certain, not only that it is a thing which he is capable...up, if he has a mind to fit down ; or to walk, if he dots not choofe to exert his mufcles for that purpofe: but }ou can abfolutely prevent him from touching...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 26

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1799
...from die chapter on obedience. ' Whenever we defire a child to do any thing, we fliould be perfeclly certain, not only that it is a thing which he is capable...that it is fomething we can, in cafe it comes to that ultima'e argument, force him to do. Y.iu cannot oblige a child to Hand up, if he has a mind to fit...
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Victoria Magazine, Volume 30

1878
...useful suggestions. " Whenever we desire a child to do anything," she says, "we should be perfectly certain, not only that it is a thing which he is capable of doing, but also that it is something we can, in case it comes to an ultimate argument, force him to do. It is...
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