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" ... channel of communicating knowledge. Even in those Universities where professorial instruction is more predominant than it is in Cambridge, the success of the process is far from decisive. The following testimony for example has recently been recorded... "
An Icelandic-English Dictionary: Based on the Ms. Collections of the Late ... - Page lxv
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William Whewell, D. D., Master of Trinity College, Cambridge: An ..., Volume 1

Todhunter, I. (Isaac), William Whewell - 1876
...testimony for example has recently been recorded by an earnest student respecting some lectures. " As to Wilson's political economy, I regret to say...figure, often coming before us quite unprepared." The case of Dr Whewell in the present course might have seemed very unpromising at first, for he had...
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William Whewell, D. D., Master of Trinity College, Cambridge: An ..., Volume 1

Todhunter, I. (Isaac), William Whewell - 1876
...example has recently been recorded by an earnest student respecting some lectures. " As to Wilsou s political economy, I regret to say he had neglected...figure, often coming before us quite unprepared." The case of Dr Whewell in the present course might have seemed very unpromising' at first, for he had...
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William Whewell, D. D., Master of Trinity College, Cambridge: An ..., Volume 2

Isaac Todhunter, William Whewell - 1876
...testimony for example has recently been recorded by an earnest student respecting some lectures. " As to Wilson's political economy, I regret to say he had neglected to get up the nubject ; and certainly upon the whole cut but a poor figure, often coming before us quite unprepared."...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 140

1874
...especially as to the passions. His appearance is very commanding, and the index of his mind ; it resembles more an Apollo than a Socrates As to Wilson's political...of a capital without the follies and excesses.' On April 2 he left Edinburgh with his friend Forbes, a son of Lord Medwyn, on a visit to Abbotsford. Need...
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