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" ... though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and that both united form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind. "
Brackett Genealogy: Descendants of Anthony Brackett of Portsmouth and ... - Page 364
by Herbert Ierson Brackett - 1907 - 608 pages
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 6

Henry Barnard - Education - 1859
...minds and morals of the youth under their charge will exceed every other care ; well considering that, though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and that both united form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind."...
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Barnard's American Journal of Education, Volume 6

Henry Barnard - Education - 1859
...minds and morals of the youth under their charge will exceed every other care ; well considering that, though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and that both united form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind."...
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New Outlook, Volume 67

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1901
...literary attainments. His first care must be for the character of his pupils, " well considering that, though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble,...yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous ;" and that both united form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind....
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The Statistics and Gazetteer of New Hampshire with ... Statistical Tables ...

Alonzo J. Fogg - 1874 - 695 pages
...minds and morals of the youth under their charge will exceed every other care ; well considering that though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and that both united form the noblest character, and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind."...
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Education

Education - 1912
...hundred and thirty-four years ago when he said : "Goodness without knowledge (as it concerns others) is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and both united form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind." ' Moral...
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The New England Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, Volume 10

New England - 1894
...exceed every other care, well considering that though goodness without knowledge as it respects others is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and both united form the noblest character." THE ROBINSON SEMINARY. The object of the school has ever been to...
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Groton Historical Series: A Collection of Papers Relating to the ..., Volume 1

Samuel Abbott Green - Groton (Mass. : Town) - 1887
...minds and morals of the youth under their charge will exceed every other care, well considering that, though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and that both united form the noblest character, and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind....
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Rambles about Greenland in Rhyme

Micajah Otis Hall - Greenland (N.H.) - 1900 - 238 pages
...town wbere the academy is situated." He closed the description of his gift with the following: "Though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and that both together form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind."...
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The Story of John Adams: A New England Schoolmaster

Mary Elizabeth (Adams) Brown, Helen Gilman Brown - 1900 - 275 pages
...minds and morals of the youth under his charge will exceed every other care; well considering that though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous; and that both united form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind....
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The Outlook, Volume 67, Issue 1

Francis Rufus Bellamy - 1901
...literary attainments. His first care must be for the character of his pupils, " well considering that, though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble,...yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous ;" and that both united form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind....
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