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" The mode of education now adopted, and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our English Grammar schools, are not sufficiently extensive, nor otherwise calculated to bring the powers of the mind into operation, nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully... "
Rand, McNally & Co.'s Handy Guide to Boston and Environs ... - Page 77
1899 - 159 pages
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Annual Report of the School Committee of the City of Boston

School Committee of the City of Boston - Schools - 1864
...virtue and usefulness. ' ' Nor are these the only existing evils. The mode of education now adopted, and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation, nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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Report ... on the common school system of the United States and of the ...

James Fraser (bp. of Manchester.) - 1866
...virtue and usefulness. " Nor are these the only existing evils. The mode of education now adopted, and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation, nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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Semi-centennial anniversary. May 2, 1871

Boston (Mass.). English High School, English High School (Boston, Mass.), Robert Cassie Waterston - History - 1871 - 112 pages
...of virtue and usefulness. Nor are these the only existing evils. The mode of education now adopted, and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation, nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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Education, Volume 26

Education - 1906
...School or the Latin School. In its report the committee called attention to such a situation as this: "The branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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Barnard's American Journal of Education, Volume 31

Henry Barnard - Education - 1881
...the question of establishing an English Classical School, says, "the mode of education now adopted, and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation, nor to qualify a youth to fill ussfully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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Barnard's American Journal of Education, Volume 31

Henry Barnard - Education - 1881
...the question of establishing an English Classical School, says, "the mode of education now adopted, and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation, nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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Bacon's Dictionary of Boston

Edwin Munroe Bacon, George Edward Ellis - Boston (Mass.) - 1886 - 469 pages
...feasibility of establishing an English classical school. " The mode of education now adopted," it said, " and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation, nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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A Volume of Records Relating to the Early History of Boston ..., Volume 37

Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept - Local history - 1906
...of Virtue and usefullness. Nor are these the only existing evils. The mode of education now adopted and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation, nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those Stations, both public and private in...
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The making of our middle schools: an account of the development of secondary ...

Elmer Ellsworth Brown - Education - 1902 - 547 pages
...adopted, and the branches of knowledge that are taught at English grammar schools, are not sufficientlT extensive nor otherwise calculated to bring the powers of the mind into operation nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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Stenographic Report of the Proceedings ...

Education, Secondary - 1904 - 240 pages
...English High School, we find the following statement of this need: "The mode of education now adopted, and the branches of knowledge that are taught at our...bring the powers of the mind into operation nor to qualify a youth to fill usefully and respectably many of those stations, both public and private, in...
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