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" Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of the subject which you treat of ; survey it on all sides, and make yourself perfect master of it ; then you will have all the sentiments that relate to it in your view, and under your command, and your tongue... "
The Improvement of the Mind: Or, A Supplement to the Art of Logic. In Two Parts - Page 260
edited by - 1801 - 462 pages
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The posthumous works ...

Isaac Watts, David Jennings - 1754 - 336 pages
...Knowledge of the Subject which you treat of, furvey it on all Sides, and make yourfelf perfect Mafter of it; then you will have all the Sentiments that...and under your Command, and your Tongue will very eafily clothe thofe Ideas with Words which your Mind has firfl made fo familiar and eafy to itfelf....
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The improvement of the mind: The second part. Containing various ..., Part 4

Isaac Watts - 1795 - 315 pages
...vey it on all fides, and make yourfelf perfeft mafter of it; then you will have all the fentiments that relate to it in your view and under your command, and your tongue will very eafily clothe thofe ideas with words which your mind has firft made fo familiar and eafy to itfelf....
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The improvement of the mind, or A supplement to the art of logic. By I ...

Isaac Watts - 1801
...with ease and success. t. " Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of the subject, which you treaf of;" survey it on all sides; and make yourself perfect...those ideas with words which your mind has first made sofa. miliar and easy to itself. « Stribniii rtde injure nl el prinripium etfant, I'tsbiiq vtprniam...
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The Works of the Rev. Isaac Watts D.D. in Nine Volumes, Volume 8

Isaac Watts - Dissenters, Religious - 1813
...shall learn the style with which we are very con \ersant, aud practise it with case and success. 2. Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of the...which you treat of; survey it on all sides, and make your« self perfect master of it ; then you will have all the sentiments that relate to it in your...
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The Improvement of the Mind: To which is Added, a Discourse on the Education ...

Isaac Watts - Education - 1814 - 486 pages
...shall learn the style with which we are very conversant, and practise it with ease and success. '.'. Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of the...all the sentiments that relate to it in your view aiid under your command; and your tongue will very easily clothe those ideas with words which your...
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The improvement of the mind; or, A supplement to the art of logic. To which ...

1821
...shall learn the style with which we are very conversant, and practise it with ease and success. 2. Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of the...mind has first made so familiar and easy to itself. Seribendi rcctk snpere fst et principium et fans: I'erbdque provisam rent non invita acqucntur. Hor....
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The London Magazine, Volume 7

John Scott, John Taylor - 1823
...counsels, taken at random from Dr. Watts, at the page where the book has happened to fall open. 1. Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of the...which you treat of; survey it on all sides, and make younelf perfect master of it: then (then I what then t — Think of Feeble making an inference. AVcll,...
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The Improvement of the Mind: To which are Added a Discourse on the Education ...

Isaac Watts - Logic - 1832 - 396 pages
...shall learn the style with which we are very conversant, and practise it with ease and success. 2. Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of 'the...mind has first made so familiar and easy to itself. Scribendi recte' sapere est et principium et fons : Verbaque provisam rem non invita sequentur. Bar....
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Letters of De Quincey, the English Opium-eater, to a Young Man Whose ...

Thomas De Quincey - Education - 1843 - 166 pages
...counsels, taken at random from Dr. Watts, at the page where the book has happened to fall open. 1. Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of the...sides, and make yourself perfect master of it : then (then ! what then ? — Think of Feeble making an inference. Well, " then,") you will have all the...
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Encyclopaedia Bengalensis; or, A series of publications in English and Bengalee

1850
...shall learn the style with which we are very conversant, and practise it with ease and success. 2. Get a distinct and comprehensive knowledge of the...mind has first made so familiar and easy to itself. 3. Be well skilled in the language which you speak; acquaint yourself with all the idioms and special...
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