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" the Inauguration of the Peabody Institute.] I come to add the final reason why the working man,—by which I mean the whole brotherhood of industry—should set on mental culture and that knowledge which is wisdom, a value so high—only not supreme—subordinate... "
The Massachusetts Teacher - Page 54
1855
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volumes 7-8

1854 - 794 pages
...FOSTER, Secretary. CHOATE ON THE PRICELESS VALUE OF THE LOVE OF READING. [From his Address delivered on the Inauguration of the Peabody Institute.] I COME...religion itself. And that is, that therein he shall so surely find rest from labor ; succor under its burdens ; forgetfulness of its cares ; composure in...
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The Massachusetts Teacher: A Journal of School and Home Education, Volume 8

1855 - 396 pages
...FOSTER, Secretary. CHOATE ON THE PRICELESS VALUE OF THE LOVE OF READING. [From hii Address delivered on the Inauguration of the Peabody Institute.] I COME...religion itself. And that is, that therein he shall so surely find rest from labor ; succor under its burdens ; forgetfulness of its cares ; composure in...
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volume 8

1855 - 578 pages
...FOSTEK, Secretary. CHOATE ON THE PRICELESS VALUE OF THE LOVE OF READING. [From his AddreM delivered on the Inauguration of the Peabody Institute.] I COME...religion itself. And that is, that therein he shall so surely find rest from labor ; succor under its burdens ; forgetfulness of its cares ; composure in...
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Proceedings at the reception and dinner in honor of George Peabody ... by ...

1856 - 252 pages
...add the final reason why the working man—by whom I mean the whole brotherhood of industry, should set on mental culture and that knowledge which is...religion itself. And that is, that therein he shall so surely Jind rest from labor ; succor under its burdens ; forgetfulness of its cares, composure in its...
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Proceedings at the Reception and Dinner in Honor of George Peabody, Esq., of ...

Danvers (Mass.) - 1856 - 290 pages
...add the final reason why the working man—by whom I mean the whole brotherhood of industry, should set on mental culture and that knowledge which is...religion itself. And that is, that therein he shall so surely find rest from labor ; succor under its burdens ; forgetfulness of its cares, composure in its...
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Cyclopaedia of American Literature: Embracing Personal and ..., Volume 2

Evert Augustus Duyckinck, George Long Duyckinck - 1856 - 838 pages
...come to add the final reason why man — by whom I mean the whole brotherhood of industry — should set on mental culture and that knowledge which is wisdom, a value so high— only not supreme — subordinate alone to the exercises and hopes of religion itself. And that...
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Annual Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of ...

Wisconsin. Dept. of Public Instruction - 1858 - 868 pages
...the least of it, above the average of human nature." " The ivorking man" says RUFUS CHOATE—"by whom I mean the whole brotherhood of industry—should...culture, and that knowledge which is wisdom, a value so high— only not supreme—subordinate alone to the exercises and hopes of religion itself. And that...
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Annual Report on the Condition and Improvement of the Common Schools and ...

1858 - 878 pages
...the least of it, above the average of human nature." " The working man" says Rufus Choate—"by whom I mean the whole brotherhood of industry—should...culture, and that knowledge which is wisdom, a value so high— only not supreme—subordinate alone to the exercises and hopes of religion itself. And that...
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The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, Volumes 13-14

1860 - 418 pages
..."The working man," says Rufus Choate,—"by whom I mean the whole brotherhood of iitdustry—should set on mental culture, and that knowledge which is...religion itself. And that is, that therein he shall so surely find rest from labor ;. succor under its burdens; forgetfulness of its cares; composure in its...
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The Michigan Journal of Education, Volume 7

1860 - 538 pages
..."The working man." says RUFUS CHOATE — "by whom I mean the whole brotherhood of industry — phould set on mental culture, and that knowledge which is wisdom, a value so high — only not supreme — subordinate alone to the exercises and hopes of religion itself. And...
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