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" It is the place to which a thousand schools make contributions; in which the intellect may safely range and speculate, sure to find its equal in some antagonist activity, and its judge in the tribunal of truth. It is a place where inquiry is pushed forward,... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 43
edited by - 1887
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The Rambler, a Catholic journal of home and foreign literature [&c.]. Vol.5 ...

1854
...the third or fourth time, is a University ; — I hope I do not weary out the reader by repeating it. It is the place to which a thousand schools make contributions...range and speculate, sure to find its equal in some antagonistic activity, and its judge in the tribunal of truth. It is a place where inquiry is pushed...
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The Office and Work of Universities

John Henry Newman - Universities and colleges - 1856 - 384 pages
...for the third or fourth time, is a University ; I hope I do not weary out the reader by repeating it. It is the place to which a thousand schools make contributions...judge in the tribunal of truth. It is a place where inquiry is pushed '. forward, and discoveries verified and perfected, . and rashness rendered innocuous,...
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The English Journal of Education, Volume 11

1857
...complete, and the Reverend •writer invests his idol with other perfections. It is also to be — " A place to which a thousand schools make contributions...activity, and its judge in the tribunal of truth. It is [also to be] a place where inquiry is pushed forward, and discoveries verified and perfected, and rashness...
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The English journal of education, ed. by G. Moody

George Moody - 1857
...complete, and the Eevercnd writer invests his idol with other perfections. It is also to be — " A piace to which a thousand schools make contributions ; in...to find its equal in some antagonist activity, and t< judge in the tribunal of truth. It is [also to be] a place where inquiry is pushed forward, and...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 24

Henry Barnard - Education - 1873
...lor the third or fourth time, is a University ; I hope I do not weary out the reader by repeating it. It is the place to which a thousand schools make contributions;...equal in some antagonist activity, and its judge in ihr tribunal of truth. It is a place where inquiry is pushed forward, and discoveries verified and...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 24

Henry Barnard - Education - 1873
...hope I do not weary out the reader by repeating it. It is the place to which a thousand schools m;ike contributions ; in which the intellect may safely...judge in the tribunal of truth. -It is a place where inquiry is pushed f>rar;l, and di-coveries verified and perfected, and rashness rendered innocuous,...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 24

Education - 1873
...for the third or fourth time, is a University ; I hope I do not weary out the reader by repeating it. It is the place to which a thousand schools make contributions...which the intellect may safely range and speculate, ture to find its equal in some antagonist activity, and its judge in the tribunal of truth. It is a...
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Sermons

Mark Pattison - Sermons, English - 1885 - 298 pages
...\The office of the educator is limited to that of removing hindrances^ Given the adequate 1 " Here the intellect may safely range and speculate, sure...activity, and its judge in the tribunal of truth." — JH Newman, The Office and Work of Universities, p. 24. temperature in a seat of learning, ie let...
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Open teaching in the universities of Scotland, Volume 8

Alexander Taylor Innes - 1885
...than use the words of Dr. John Henry Newman4': "Excellence implies a centre. And such is a University. It is the place to which a thousand schools make contributions...intellect may safely range and speculate, sure to find its * Historical Sketches, Vol. 111., p. 16, originally published in 1856 under the title, Office and Work...
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Sermons

Mark Pattison - Sermons, English - 1885 - 298 pages
...hindrances. Given the adequate 1 " Here the intellect may safely range and speculate, sure to rind its equal in some antagonist activity, and its judge in the tribunal of truth." — JH Newman, The Office and Work of Universities, p. 24. temperature in a seat of learning, ie let...
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