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" ... stability of the state, and to domestic happiness. Much as we respect the ministry of the gospel, we believe that it must yield in importance to the office of training the young. In truth, the ministry now accomplishes little for want of that early... "
The American Journal of Education - Page 455
by Henry Barnard - 1862
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Christian Examiner, Volume 10; Volume 15

Theology - 1834
...now accomplishes little for want of that early intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguish truth from...They would leaven the community with just principles. Their influence would penetrate our families. Our domestic discipline would no longer be left to accident...
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Annual Meeting, Volume 4

American Institute of Instruction - Education - 1834
...intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguishjtruth from falsehood, to comprehend the instructions of...revolution in society. They would leaven the community with principles. Their influence would penetrate our families. Our domestic discipline would no longer be...
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The Introductory Discourse and the Lectures Delivered Before the American ...

American Institute of Instruction - Education - 1834
...intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguishjtruth from falsehood, to comprehend the instructions of...revolution in society. They would leaven the community with principles. Their influence would penetrate our families. Our domestic discipline would no longer be...
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The Works of William E. Channing, Volume 1

William Ellery Channing - Slavery - 1841
...now accomplishes little for want of that early intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguish truth from...higher and broader views of duty, and to apply general REMARKS ON EDUCATION. 377 principles to the diversified details of life. A body of cultivated men,...
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People's edition of the entire works of W. E. Channing, Volume 1

William Ellery Channing, Robert E. B. Maclellan - Theology - 1843
...now accomplishes little for want of that early intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguish truth from...pulpit, to receive higher and broader views of duty, and apply general principles to the diversified details of life. A body of cultivated men, devoted, with...
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The works of William E. Channing, Volume 1

William Ellery Channing - Theology - 1845
...now accomplishes little for want of that early intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguish truth from...They would leaven the community with just principles. Their influence would penetrate our families. Our domestic discipline would no longer be left to accident...
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volume 1

Education - 1848
...now accomplishes little, for want of that early intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguish truth from...They would leaven the community with just principles. Their influence would penetrate our families. Our domestic discipline would no longer be left to accident...
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The Works of William E. Channing, Volume 1

William Ellery Channing - Slavery - 1848
...now accomplishes little for want of that early intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguish truth from...They would leaven the community with just principles. Their influence would penetrate our families. Our domestic discipline would no longer be left to accident...
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(XXX, 387 p.)

William Ellery Channing, George Channing - 1849
...now accomplishes little for want of that early intellectual and moral discipline, by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguish truth from...They would leaven the community with just principles. Their influence would penetrate our families. Our domestic discipline would no longer be left to accident...
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THE INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL OF LECTURES ON SCHOOL-KEEPING

S. R. HALL - 1852
...ministry now accomplishes less, for want of that early intellectual and moral discipline by which alone a community can be prepared to distinguish truth from...revolution in society. They would leaven the community with principles. Their influence would penetrate our families. Our domestic discipline would no longer be...
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