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National education: its present state and prospects - Page 276
by Frederic Hill - 1836
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The modern sabbath examined [by H. Bannerman].

Henry Bannerman - 1832
...not read a single letter. Of the whole seven hundred, only one hundred and fifty could write, or even read with ease; and (in the words of one of the chaplains...regard to the nature and obligations of true religion." It will be well if the danger with which the country has been threatened from this quarter, become...
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1834
...not read a single letter. Of the whole seven hundred, only one hundred and fifty could write, or even read with ease; and, in the words of one of the chaplains to the jails, nearly the whole number were totally ignorant with regard to the nature and obligations of true...
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American Annals of Education and Instruction, and Journal of ..., Volume 4

William Channing Woodbridge, William Russell, William Andrus Alcott - Education - 1834
...not read a single letter. Of the whole seven hundred, only one hundred and fifty could write, or even read with ease; and, in the words of one of the chaplains to the jails, nearly the whole number were totally ignorant with regard to the nature and obligations of true...
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1834
...not read a single letter. Of the whole seven hundred, only one hundred and fifty could write, or even read with ease; and, in the words of one of the chaplains to the jails, nearly the whole number were totally ignorant with regard to the nature and obligations of true...
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On the Mental Illumination and Moral Improvement of Mankind: Or, An Inquiry ...

Thomas Dick - Education - 1835 - 672 pages
...could not read a single letter. Of the whole 700, only 150 could write, or even read with ease; and nearly the whole number were totally ignorant with...regard to the nature and obligations of true religion." In the Reports of the same Society for 1832-3, it is stated, "In September, 1831, out of 50 prisoners...
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Annual Meeting: Proceedings, Constitution, List of Active Members, and Addresses

American Institute of Instruction - 1835
...of the desert : they could not read a single letter. Of the whole 700, only 150 could write, or even read with ease; and in the words of one of the chaplains to the jails, nearly the whole number were totally ignorant with regard to the nature and obligation of true...
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On the Mental Illumination and Moral Improvement of Mankind: Or, an Inquiry ...

Thomas Dick - Education - 1836 - 462 pages
...could not read a single letter. Of the whole 700, only 150 could write, or even read with ease; and nearly the whole number were totally ignorant with...regard to the nature and obligations of true religion." In the Reports of the same Society for 1832-3, it is stated, " In September, 1831, out of 50 prisoners...
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On the mental illumination and moral improvement of mankind: or, an inquiry ...

Thomas Dick - Philosophy - 1836 - 462 pages
...could not read a single letter. Of the whole 700, only 150 could write, or even read with ease; and nearly the whole number were totally ignorant with...regard to the nature and obligations of true religion." In the Reports of the same Society for 1832-3, it is stated, " In September, 1831, out of 50 prisoners...
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Common School Assistant, Volumes 1-2

Education - 1836
...could not read a single letter. Of the whole 700, only 150 could write, or even read with ease ; and nearly the whole number were totally ignorant with...regard to the nature and obligations of true religion." In the reports of the same society for 1332-3, it is stated, " In September, 1831, out of 50 prisoners...
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