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Practical Education - Page 119
by Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1801
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Connecticut Common School Journal, Volumes 1-4

Henry Barnard - Education - 1839
...walk was ended, they appeared uncommonly melancholy and stupified. As soon as they got home, they sat down, with their elbows upon their knees, and hid...words they could be brought to utter were: 'Too much smoke too much noise too much houses too much men too much every thing.' " Some people...
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Ohio Educational Monthly, Volume 31

Education - 1882
...walk was ended, they appeared uncommonly melancholy and stupefied. As soon as they got home, they sat down with their elbows upon their knees, and hid their...words they could be brought to utter, were, "Too much smoke too much noise too much houses too much men too much every thing ! " WH Dayton,...
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Lessons in psychology: Designed especially as an introduction to the subject ...

John Pancoast Gordy - History - 1890 - 401 pages
...uncommonly melancholy and stupified. As soon as they got home, they sat down with their elbows upon theii knees and hid their faces between their hands. The...words they could be brought to utter were, ' Too much smoke too much noise too much houses too much men too much everything!'" Edgewortffs...
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Lessons in Psychology: Designed Especially as an Introduction to the Subject ...

John Pancoast Gordy - Psychology - 1891 - 401 pages
...walk was ended, they appeared uncommonly melancholy and stupified. As soon as they got home, they sat down with their elbows upon their knees and hid their...words they could be brought to utter were, ' Too much smoke too much noise too much houses too much men too much everything ! ' " EdgewortK's...
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A Manual of Pedagogics

Daniel Putnam - Educational psychology - 1895 - 330 pages
...walk was ended, they appeared uncommonly melancholy and stupefied. As soon as they got home, they sat down with their elbows upon their knees, and hid their...words they could be brought to utter were, ' Too much smoke too much noise too much houses too much men too much everything.' " Second, the...
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The Teacher and the Parent: A Treatise Upon Common-school Education ...

Charles Northend - Teaching - 1895 - 320 pages
...walk was ended. they appeared uncommonly melancholy and stupefied : as soon as they got home, they sat down. -with their elbows upon their knees, and hid...between their hands. The only words they could be hrought to utter were, "Too much smoke- toe uiuch noise too much houses too much men -...
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Education: An Introduction to Its Principles and Their Psychological Foundations

Henry Holman - Education - 1896 - 536 pages
...stupefied. As soon as they got home they sat down with their elbows upon their knees, and hid their faces in their hands. The only words they could be brought to utter were, ' Too much smoke too much noise too much houses too much men too much everything ! ' " At the...
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New psychology ...

John Pancoast Gordy - Psychology - 1899 - 402 pages
...walk was ended, they appeared uncommonly melancholy and stupefied. As soon as they got home, they sat down with their elbows upon their knees and hid their...words they could be brought to utter were, 'Too much smoke too much noise too much houses too much men too much everything ! ' " Edgeworth's...
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