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" A place for every thing, and every thing in its place." REMARK. The habit of observing neatness and order should be cultivated as a virtue. 1. Let your shoes or boots be cleaned at the door-steps ; always use the mat, if wet, muddy or dirty. 2. Never... "
Management of the school-room - Page 34
by Ariel Parish - 1853
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Proceedings of the California State Teachers' Institute and Educational ...

California State Teachers' Institute - Education - 1861
...under your desk, or the aisles around it, to be dirtied by papers, or anything else, dropped on it. 8. Avoid spitting on the floor — it is a vulgar, filthy,...vicious, reckless, or thoughtless, person will do it. 6. Particular care should be observed to avoid spilling ink anywhere in the school building. 7. Let...
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THE TEACHER'S ASSISTANT,

CHARLES NORTHEND, A.M. - 1865
...muddy, or dirty. 2. Never suffer the floor under your desk, or the aisles around it, to be covered by papers, or anything else dropped on it. 3. Avoid...will do it. 5. Knives must never be used in cutting anything on a desk. 6. Particular care should be observed to avoid spilling ink anywhere in the school...
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Examiner: Designed for Teachers and Students Preparing to Teach

Examinations - 1865 - 168 pages
...wet, muddy, or dirty. 2. Never suffer the floor under your desk, or aisles around it, to be covered by papers, or anything else dropped on it. 3. Avoid...destroy property. None but a vicious, reckless, or thougtless person will do it. 5. Knives must never be used in cutting anything on a desk. 6. Particular...
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The Massachusetts Teacher: A Journal of School and Home Education, Volume 14

Education - 1874
...the absence. NEATNESS. MOTTO. — "A place for every thing, and every thing in its place." REMARK. The habit of observing neatness and order should be...will do it. 5. Knives must never be used in cutting anything on a desk. 6. Particular care should be observed to avoid spilling ink any where in the school...
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