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" ... commendation. Let me follow the silent monition, sustained, perhaps, by the impatience of the audience, and hasten to the last topic of my address. The object of our present exhibition is not mere show, however innocent and gratifying. It is to make... "
Exhibition ... - Page xx
1874
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Addresses Delivered at the Triennial Celebration ...

Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Boston - 1824
...innocent and gratifying. It is to make the community better acquainted with the state of the arts, by a public display of their products ; to excite...improvers, and inventors, to higher degrees of excellence. The astonishing progress of the arts, in modern times, is a subject of the most familiar remark. It...
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The Exhibitions and Fairs of Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic ..., Volumes 1-5

Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association - 1837
...innocent and gratifying. It is to make the community better acquainted with the state of the arts, by a public display of their products ; to excite...emulation, by their comparison : and thus to lead en our ingenious artificers, improvers, and inventors, to higher degrees of excellence. The astonishing...
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Importance of Practical Education and Useful Knowledge: Being a Selection ...

Edward Everett - Education - 1840 - 419 pages
...innocent and gratifying. It is to make the community better acquainted with the state of the arts, by a public display of their products ; to excite...improvers, and inventors, to higher degrees of excellence. The astonishing progress of the arts, in modern times, is a subject of the most familiar remark. It...
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Orations and Speeches on Various Occasions, Volume 2

Edward Everett - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1850
...innocent and gratifying. It is to make the community better acquainted with the state of the arts, by a public display of their products ; to excite...improvers, and inventors, to higher degrees /of excellence. The astonishing progress of the arts in modern times is a subject of the most familiar remark. It would...
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