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" what is learned in verse is longer retained in the memory and sooner recollected ; the like sounds, and the like number of syllables exceedingly assist the remembrance. "
The drunkard: a poem - Page 4
by John O'Neill - 1840
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Bell's edition: The poets of Great Britain complete from Chaucer to ...

English poetry - 1802
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it. 2. What is learned in verse is longer retained in memory and sooner recollected. The like sounds and...number of syllables exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen that the end of a song running in the mind may be an effectual means to keep...
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The Works of the Rev. Isaac Watts D.D. in Nine Volumes, Volume 9

Isaac Watts - Dissenters, Religious - 1813
...when they have learnt ten or twenty songs out of it. u. What is learnt in verse, is longer retained in memory, and sooner recollected. The like sounds, and...of syllables, exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen, that the end of a song running in the mind, may be an effectual means to keep...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it. II. What is learned in verse is longer retained in memory, and sooner recollected. The like sounds, and...of syllables, exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen that the end of a song running in the mind, may be an effectual means to keep...
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Divine and moral songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children

Isaac Watts - Children's poetry, English - 1829 - 69 pages
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it. II. What is learnt in verse is longer retained in memory and sooner recollected. The like sounds, and...of syllables, exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen, that the end of a song running in the mind, may be an effectual means to keep...
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Divine and moral songs for the use of children. With 30 illustr. by C.W. Cope

Isaac Watts - 1848
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it. 2. What is learned in verse is longer retained in memory, and sooner recollected. The like sounds and...number of syllables exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen that the end of a song, running in the mind, may be an effectual means to keep...
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Horæ Lyricæ and Divine Songs

Isaac Watts, Robert Southey - Literary Criticism - 1854 - 348 pages
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it, II. What is learned in verse is longer retained in memory, and sooner recollected. The like sounds, and...of syllables, exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen that the end of a song running in the mind, may be an effectual means to keep...
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Horæ Lyricæ and Divine Songs

Isaac Watts - Hymns, English - 1854 - 348 pages
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it. II. What is learned in verse is longer retained in memory, and sooner recollected. The like sounds, and...of syllables, exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen that the end of a song running in the mind, may be an effectual means to keep...
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The British Poets, Volume 7

1866
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it. II. What is learned in verse is longer retained in memory, and sooner recollected. The like sounds, and...of syllables, exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen that the end of a song running in the mind may be an effectual means to keep...
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Divine and Moral Songs for Children

Isaac Watts - Children's songs - 1866 - 115 pages
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it. 2. What is learned in verse is longer retained in memory, and sooner recollected. The like sounds and...number of syllables exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen that the end of a song, running in the mind, may be an effectual means to keep...
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Divine and moral songs for children. Illustr

Isaac Watts - 1866
...they have learned ten or twenty songs out of it. 2. What is learned in verse is longer retained in memory, and sooner recollected. The like sounds and...number of syllables exceedingly assist the remembrance. And it may often happen that the end of a song, running in the mind, may be an effectual means to keep...
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