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" ... it becomes expedient for promoting the public happiness that those persons, whom nature hath endowed with genius and virtue, should be rendered by liberal education worthy to receive, and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties... "
The North-Carolina Journal of Education - Page 130
1859
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As Various as Their Lands: the Everyday Lives of Eighteenth-century ...

Stephanie Grauman Wolf - 1994 - 348 pages
...issue in political, rather than religious, terms: "[It is] expedient for promoting the public happiness that those persons, whom nature hath endowed with...and virtue, should be rendered by liberal education . . . able to guard the rights and liberties of their fellow citizens, and without regard to wealth,...
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Thomas Jefferson: A Chronology of His Thoughts

Thomas Jefferson, Jerry Holmes - 2002 - 376 pages
...administer them are wise and honest; whence it becomes expedient for promoting the public happiness that those persons, whom nature hath endowed with...by liberal education worthy to receive, and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellow citizens, and that they should...
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The Portable Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt - 2003 - 644 pages
...— the labouring and the learned' since it would be 'expedient for promoting the public happiness that those persons, whom nature hath endowed with genius and virtue, should be rendered . . . able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellow citizens . . . without...
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So it Was Written

Patriot Hall - 2004 - 346 pages
...administer them are wise and honest; whence it becomes expedient for promoting the publick happiness that those persons, whom nature hath endowed with...by liberal education worthy to receive, and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellow citizens, and that they should...
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Tyranny Through Public Education - Revised Edition

William F. Jr Cox - 2004 - 558 pages
...leaders would, by Jefferson's educational plan, be made wise and honest: "Those persons whom nature has endowed with genius and virtue should be rendered by liberal education worthy to receive and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellow-citizens" and that these "should...
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Asperger's and Self-Esteem: Insight and Hope Through Famous Role Models

Norm Ledgin - 2002 - 220 pages
...similar traits who need to know that they, too, can make a bright and happy future for themselves. XV Those persons whom nature hath endowed with genius...by liberal education worthy to receive, and able to guard, the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellow citizens, and.. .they should...
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The Court and the Cross: The Religious Right's Crusade to Reshape the ...

Frederick S. Lane - 2008 - 292 pages
...ambitions and take action against them: Whence it becomes expedient for promoting the publick happiness that those persons, whom nature hath endowed with...by liberal education worthy to receive, and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellow citizens, and that they should...
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Caduceus of Kappa Sigma, Volume 36

1920 - 770 pages
...Fraternity's alma mater, expressed the following sentiment on the duty of college men: "It becomes expedient that those persons whom nature hath endowed with genius...by liberal education, worthy to receive and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellowcitizens, and that they should...
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Register of Kentucky State Historical Society, Volume 15

Kentucky Historical Society - 1917 - 374 pages
...administer them, are wise and honest; therefore, it becomes expedient for promoting the public happiness that those persons whom nature hath endowed with genius...by liberal education, worthy to receive and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellowcitizens, and that to aid and accelerate...
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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 87, 1944)

512 pages
...as his words rather vigorously reveal. To him it was "expedient for promoting the publick happiness that those persons, whom nature hath endowed with...by liberal education worthy to receive, and able to guard the sacred deposit of the rights and liberties of their fellow citizens, and that they should...
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