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" I had wished to impress on his mind, as soon as it might be prepared to receive them ; but I did not see the propriety of making him commit to memory theological sentences, or any sentences which it was not possible for him to understand. And I was desirous... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Página 62
1800
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The juvenile Plutarch, accounts of the lives of celebrated children ..., Parte2

1820
...sentence which it was not possible for him to understand ; and I was desirous to make a trial how far his own reason could go in tracing out, with a little direction, the great c3 and first principle of all religion, the being of a God. When he attained his fifth or sixth year,...
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The Christian Disciple, Volumen3

1822
...sentences, which it was not possible for him to understand. And I was desirous to make a trial how far his own reason could go in tracing out, with a little...The following fact is mentioned, not as a proof of superiour sagacity in him (for I have no doubt that most children would in like circumstances think...
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The London Magazine, Volumen5

1822
...sentences which it was not possible for him to anderstand. And I waa desirous to make a trial how far lúa own reason could go in tracing out, •with a little...of God. The following fact .is mentioned, not as a yroof of superior sagacity in him (for I nave no doubt that most children would, in like circumstances,...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review

Noah Worcester, Henry Ware - 1822
...understand. And I was desirous to make a trial how far his own reason could go in tracing out, with a ttttle direction, the great and first principle of all religion,...The following fact is mentioned, not as a proof of superiour sagacity in him (for 1 have no doubt that most children would in like circumstances think...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volumen3

1822
...principle of all religion, the being of GOD. The following fact is mentioned, not as a proof of superiour sagacity in him (for I have no doubt that most children would in like circumstances think as he hid), but merely as a moral or logical experiment. He had reached his fifth [or sixth] year, knew the...
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The Juvenile Plutarch: Containing Accounts of the Lives of Celebrated ...

1827 - 252 páginas
...sentences which it was not possible for him to understand ; and I was desirous to make a trial how far his own reason could go in tracing out, with a little...and first principle of all religion, the being of a God." When he attained his fifth or sixth year, and had as yet received no particular infor JAMES...
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An Offering of Sympathy to Parents Bereaved of Their Children: And to Others ...

Francis Parkman - 1830 - 224 páginas
...not possible for him to understand. And I was desirous to make a trial how far his own reason would go in tracing out, with a little direction, the great...first principle of all religion, the being of God. In general company, indeed, he was (though not awkward) modest to a degree that bordered on bashfulness...
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The Poetical Works of James Beattie

James Beattie - 1831 - 239 páginas
...sentences, which it was not possible for him to understand. And I was desirous to make a trial how far his own reason could go in tracing out, with a little...did), but merely as a moral or logical experiment. He had reached his fifth (or sixth) year, knew the alphabet, and could read a little ; but had received...
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Shakspeare's Seven Ages: Or, The Progress of Human Life

John Evans - 1831 - 281 páginas
...sentences it was not possible for him to understand. And I was desirous to make a trial how far his own reason could go in tracing out, with a little...the great and first principle of all religion, the Icing of a GOD ! The follwing fact is mentioned, not as a proof of superior sagacity in him (for I...
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Shakspeare's Seven Ages of Man: Or, The Progress of Human Life. Illustrated ...

John Evans - 1834 - 252 páginas
...sentences it was not possible for him to understand. And I was desirous to make a trial how far his own reason could go in tracing out, with a little...great and first principle of all religion, the being X)fa GOD ! The following fact is mentioned, not as a proof of superior sagacity in him (for I have...
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