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" The students shall be indulged with nothing which the world calls play. Let this rule be observed with the strictest nicety ; for those who play when they are young, will play when they are old. "
History of Methodism in Tennessee - Page 280
by John Berry McFerrin - 1888
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The doctrines and discipline of the Methodist episcopal Church in America ...

Methodist episcopal church - 1798
...nothing which the world calls PLAY. Let this rule be obfervcd with the ftricleft. nicety ; for thofe who play when' they are young, will play when they are old. . 20. The ftudents fhall lie on mattreffes, not on feather-beds, becaufe we believe the mattreffei...
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The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Volumes 1-2

Robert Southey - Methodism - 1820
...the world calls play was to be permitted. Dr. Coke had brought with him Wesley's sour precept, that those who play when they are young, will play when they are old ; and he supported it by the authority ofLocke and Rousseau, saying, " that though the latter was essentially...
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The Life of Wesley;: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism. In ..., Volume 2

Robert Southey - Methodism - 1820
...the world calls play was to be permitted. Dr. Coke had brought with him Wesley's sour precept, that those who play when they are young, will play when they are old ; and he supported it by the authority of Locke and Rousseau, saying, " that though the latter was...
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A History of the Methodist Episcopal Church: V. 1 '44, Volume 1

Nathan Bangs - 1840
...and materials, and a skilful person be employed to overlook the students at this recreation. " 1 8. The students shall be indulged with nothing which...old. " 19. Each student shall have a bed to himself, whether he boards in or out of the college. " 20. The students shall lie on mattresses, not on feather...
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History of the Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Robert Emory - 1845 - 364 pages
...Lignaria* shall be provided on the premises, with all proper instruments and materials, and a skilful person be employed to overlook the students at this...old. " 19. Each student shall have a bed to himself, whether he boards in or out of the college. " 20. The students shall lie on mattresses, not on feather...
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Journals of the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal ..., Volume 1

Methodist Episcopal Church. General Conference - Methodist Church - 1855
...which the world calls PLAY. Let this rule be observed with the strictest nicety ; for those who phiy when they are young, will play when they are old....wherever he boards. 20. The students shall lie on matresses, not on featherbeds, because we believe the matresses to be more healthy. 21. The masters...
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Johns hopkins university studies in historical and political science

Social Science - 1891
...were the only outdoor exercises permitted. The students were prohibited " from indulging in anything which the world calls play. Let this rule be observed...when they are young, will play when they are old." In 1785 the Bishops issued a " Plan for Erecting a College intended to advance Religion in America."...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - History - 1891 - 14 pages
...were the only outdoor exercises permitted. The students were prohibited " from indulging in anything which the world calls play. Let this rule be observed...when they are young, will play when they are old." In 1785 the Bishops issued a " Plan for Erecting a College intended to advance Religion in America."...
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The History of University Education in Maryland

Bernard Christian Steiner, Daniel Coit Gilman, Richard Green Moulton - Education - 1891 - 87 pages
...were the only outdoor exercises permitted. The students were prohibited " from indulging in anything which the world calls play. Let this rule be observed...when they are young, will play when they are old." In 1785 the Bishops issued a " Plan for Erecting a College intended to advance Religion in America."...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Volume 15, Issue 2

Education - 1894
...The most important of these were the 18th, which prohibited the students from indulging in anything which the world calls play. " Let this rule be observed...when they are young will play when they are old." 7 The 29th provided that a " convenient room shall be set apart as a place of confinement." Other rules...
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