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" Must c in pen, and e in where, and e in her, and e in fear, all be called e alike? The child is patted on the head for reading u as it ought to be pronounced in future; but if, remembering this encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce 1t in... "
Practical Education - Page 63
by Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1801
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The Teacher's Guide and Parent's Assistant, Volume 1

Education - 1827
...verse, and e in /ear, all be called e alike? The child is pitted on the head for reading u as it outfit to be pronounced in future ; but if, remembering this encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce u in gun and bun in the saiwe nr-inner, he will inevitably be disgraced....
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An outline of the general regulations and methods of teaching in the male ...

Robert Sullivan - Education - 1843 - 47 pages
...truly philosophic and sceptical silence. Must e in pen, and e in where, and e in her, and e in fear, all be called e alike ? The child is patted on the head for reading as it ought to be pronounced in future; but if remembering this encouragement, the pupil should...
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A spelling and reading book, upon new principles, Volume 1

Joshua Frederick Denham - 1848
...philosophic and sceptical silence. Must e in pen, and 0 in where, and e in her, and e in fear, be all called alike ? The child is patted on the head for reading u as it ought to be read in future ; but, if remembering the encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce u in...
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The English journal of education, ed. by G. Moody

George Moody - History - 1857
...philosophic and sceptical silence. Must e in pen, and e in where, and e in her, and с т fear, a be called e alike ? The child is patted on the head for reading u as it ought to be pronounced ia future; but if, remembering this encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce и in gv/n...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 12

Henry Barnard - Education - 1862
...truly philosophic and skeptical silence. Must e in pen, and e in vhere, and e in her, and e in fear, all be called e alike ? The child is patted on the...but if, remembering this encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce 'u in gun and bun in the same manner, he will inevitably be disgraced....
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 12

Henry Barnard - Education - 1862
...truly philosophic and skeptical silence. Must e in pen, and e in where, and e in her, and e in fear, all be called e alike ? The child is patted on the...but if, remembering this encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce u in gun and bun in the same manner, he will inevitably be disgraced. Pane...
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Papers on popular education and school-keeping

Robert Joseph Sullivan - 1863 - 252 pages
...truly philosophic and sceptical silence. Must c in pen, and e in where, and e in her, and e in fear, all be called e alike? The child is patted on the...but if, remembering this encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce 1t in </un and bun in the same manner, he will inevitably be disgraced....
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A plea for spelling reform, tracts, ed. by I. Pitman

Plea - 1878
...m pcw, (рц), ;md e in where (wher), and e in her (her), and e in fear (fir), all be called (a) alike ? The child is patted on the head for reading u as it ought to be pronounced in future (futur) ; but if, remembering this encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce и in gun and...
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A Plea for Spelling Reform

Sir Isaac Pitman - Spelling reform - 1878 - 326 pages
...in pew, (pil), und e in where (wher), and e in her (her), and e in fear (Ijr), all be called e (i) alike ? The child is patted on the head for reading u as it ought to be pronounced in future (fvitur) ; but if, remembering this encouragement, the pupil should venture to pronounce in gun...
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