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" TRAVELS/* the inferior claffes are taught reading, writing, and arithmetic : the youth are taught, not within doors, but in the open air ; and it is a... "
Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, Describing Characters, Customs, Manners ... - Page 324
by William Macintosh - 1782
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 25

History - 1800
...air ; and it is a Cngular, but not unpleafing fpeftacle, to behold, in every village, a venerable bid 'man, reclined on a terraced plain, teaching a number...him with the utmoft reverence and attention, like a fhepherd feeding his flock. In thofe limple feminaries, where the want of magnificent halls and theatres...
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Annual Register, Volume 25

History - 1800
...taught, not within doors, but in the open Air ; and it is a fingular, bul n.ii unpleafing fpecbcle, to behold, in every village, a venerable old man, reclined on a terraced plain, leaching a number of fiirrounding boys, who regard him with the utrnoft reverence and attention, like...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...tuught, not within doors, but in the open air ; and it is a fingular, but not unpleafing fpeftaclc, to behold, in every village, a venerable old man, reclined on a terraced plain, leaching a number of furrounding boys, who regard him with the utmoft reverence and attention, like...
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Selections from Calcutta Gazettes of the Years 1784 [-1823 Inclusive ...

1869
...taught, not within doors, but in the open air ; and it is a singular, but not unpleasing spectacle, to behold, in every village, a venerable old man, reclined on a terraced plain, teaching a number of surrounding boys, who regard him with the utmost reverence and attention, like a shepherd feeding his....
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Annual Register, Volume 25

Edmund Burke - History - 1783
...are taught, not withindoors, but in the open air; and it is a fmgula'r, but not unpleafing fpectacle, to behold, in every village, a venerable old man, reclined on a terraced plain, teaching a num» ber of furrounding boys, who regard him with the utmoft reverence and attention, like a (hepherd...
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