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" by one, each of its short but weighty sentences; to amplify and spread them out for the purpose of better understanding them, not in their most extensive and critical sense, but in their most simple and obvious meanings; for in these condensed and substantial "
The spirit of prayer, selected and compiled by herself from portions on that ... - Page 131
by Hannah More - 1825
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The Parents' Friend; Or Extracts from the Principal Works on Education, from ...

Education - 1803
...composition : she should be made to comprehend one by one each of its short but weighty sentences, not in their most extensive and critical sense, but in their most obvious meaning. When the child has a pretty good conception of the meaning of each division, she should...
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Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education: With a ..., Volumes 1-2

Hannah More - Women - 1809
...resolves itself. She should be made to com. prebend one by one each of its short but weighty senten. ces; to amplify and spread them out for the purpose of...understanding them, not in their most extensive and critical, but in their most simple and obvious mean. lug. For in those condensed and substantial expressions,...
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The Spirit of Prayer

Hannah More - Prayer - 1826 - 226 pages
...divisions into which, indeed, it so naturally resolves itself. They should be made to comprehend, one by one, each of its short but weighty sentences; to...obvious meanings; for in these condensed and substantial expressions,as we have before observed, every word is an ingot, and will bear beating out; so that...
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Spirit of Prayer Selected ...

Hannah More - Prayer - 1826 - 171 pages
...divisions into which, indeed, it so naturally resolves itself. ' They should be made to comprehend, one by one, each of its short but weighty sentences; to...meanings ; for in these condensed and substantial expressions, as we have before observed, every word is an ingot, and will bear beating out; so that...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life

Hannah More - 1827
...resolves itself. | creature on occasions in which far other beShe should be made to comprehend one by one each of its short but weighty sentences ; to...for the purpose of better understanding them, not in | answers ; in which answers she will be much their most extensive and critical sunse, but assisted...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 11

Hannah More - Children - 1830
...divisions into which, indeed, it so naturally resolves itself. They should be made to comprehend, one by one, each of its short but weighty sentences; to...obvious meanings; for in these condensed and substantial expressions, as we have before observed, every word is an ingot, and will bear beating out; so that...
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The Works of Hannah More in Eleven Volumes

Hannah More - Children - 1830
...divisions into which, indeed, it so naturally resolves itself. She should be made to comprehend, one by one, each of its short but weighty sentences ;...critical sense, but in their most simple and obvious meaning. For in these condensed and substantial expressions every word is an ingot, and will bear beating...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 2

Education - 1827
...divine composition: she should be made to comprehend one by one each of its short but weighty sentences, not in their most extensive and critical sense, but in their most obvious meaning. When the child has a pretty good conception of the meaning of each division, she should...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1832
...She should be made to comprehend one by ase each of its short but weighty sentences ; to affiplify and spread them out for the purpose of better understanding...their most extensive and critical sense, but in their roost simple and obvious meaning. For in thoee ccodensed and substantial expressions every wtffd is...
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The works of Hannah More, with a memoir and notes, Volume 3

Hannah More - 1834
...divisions, into which, indeed, it so naturally resolves itself. She should be made to comprehend one by one each of its short but weighty sentences ; to...critical sense, but in their most simple and obvious meaning. For in those condensed and substantial expressions every word is an ingot, and will bear beating...
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