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" I know not how it is, but their commerce with the ancients appears to me to produce, in those who constantly practise it, a steadying and composing effect upon their judgement, not of literary works only, but of men and events in general. They are like... "
MacMillan's Magazine - Page 413
edited by - 1905
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The English journal of education, ed. by G. Moody

George Moody - 1854
...he has too widely departed in the Poems themselves), speaks as follows : — " I know not how it is, but their commerce with the ancients appears to me to produce, in tlioso who constantly practise it, a steadying and composing effect on their judgment, not of literary...
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Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1853 - 248 pages
...upon us : we owe it service, it will not be satisfied without our admiration. I know not how it is, but their commerce with the ancients appears to me to produce, in those who constantlj practise it, a steadying and composing effect upon their j udgment, not of literary works...
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The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, Volumes 7-8

Adolphus Egerton Ryerson, John George Hodgins, Adam Crooks - Education - 1854
...Mathew Arnold, in the preface to his poems of 1853, speaks as follows: — " I know not bow it is, but their commerce with the ancients appears to me to produce, in those who constantly practice it, a steadying and composing effect on their judgment, not of literary works only, but of...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 2; Volume 65

1865
...Men, he says, who often enjoy commerce with the ancients, seem to him "like persons who have had я very weighty and impressive experience, they are more...truly than others, under the empire of facts, and more iudependentof the language current among those with whotn they live." Now, no one can reproach Mr....
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Miscellaneous writings, ed. by J.A. Symonds, with a memoir by H.J ..., Volume 1

John Conington - 1872
...appears to me to produce, on those who constantly practise it, a steadying and composing effect of their judgment, not of literary works only, but of men and events in general.' And, if we may pass for a moment from school, there can be no doubt that the professed scholar's work...
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Miscellaneous Writings of John Conington: Late Corpus Professor of ..., Volume 1

John Conington - Classical philology - 1872
...appears to me to produce, on those who constantly practise it, a steadying and composing effect of their judgment, not of literary works only, but of men and events in general.' And, if we may pass for a moment from school, there can be no doubt that the professed scholar's work...
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Special Reports on Educational Subjects

Education - 1902 - 622 pages
...claims on us : we owe it service, it will not be satisfied with our admiration. 1 know not how it is, but their commerce with the ancients appears to me...very weighty and impressive experience : they are morn truly than others under the empire of facts, and more independent of the language current among...
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Matthew Arnold and His Relation to the Thought of Our Time

William Harbutt Dawson - 1904
...their commerce with the ancients appears to me to produce, 1 Irish Essays. ' Prefaces to Poems (1853). in those who constantly practise it, a steadying and...have had a very weighty and impressive experience ; who are more truly than others under the empire of facts, and more independent of the language current...
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Matthew Arnold and His Relation to the Thought of Our Time: An Appreciation ...

William Harbutt Dawson - Great Britain - 1904 - 450 pages
...their commerce with the ancients appears to me to produce, 1 Irish Essays. ' Prefaces to Poems (1853). in those who constantly practise it, a steadying and...have had a very weighty and impressive experience ; who are more truly than others under the empire of facts, and more independent of the language current...
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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine, Volume 17

William Roscoe Thayer, William Richards Castle, Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe, Arthur Stanwood Pier, Bernard Augustine De Voto, Theodore Morrison - 1909
...ancients appears to me to produce on those who constantly practise it a steadying and composing effect on their judgment, not of literary works only, but of men and events in general." The life that has just closed was rich through its glad acceptance of opportunity for service that...
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