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" The public can facilitate this acquisition, by establishing in every parish or district a little school, where children may be taught for a reward so moderate, that even a common labourer may afford it ; the master being partly but not wholly paid by... "
Southern Quarterly Review - Page 149
edited by - 1856
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 2

Adam Smith - Economics - 1869
...education.1 The public can facilitate this acquisition by establishing in every parish or district a little school, where children may be taught for...or even principally paid by it, he would soon learn 1 The chief hindrance to the general because there is less variety in the relieducation of the English...
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An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 2

Adam Smith - Economics - 1869
...common labourer may afford it; the muster being partly, but not wholly paid by the public; because if hu was wholly, or even principally paid by it, he would soon learn 1 The cliiuf hindrance to the general because there il lue« variety in the rclieducation uf tlio Kn^liuh...
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An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. A careful ...

Adam Smith - 1875
...education. The public can facilitate this acquisition, by establishing in every parish or district a little school, where children may be taught for...principally paid by it, he would soon learn to neglect his business. In Scotland the establishment of such parish schools has taught almost the whole common people...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 2

Adam Smith - Economics - 1880
...education.1 The public can facilitate this acquisition by establishing in every parish or district a little school, where children may be taught for...reward so moderate, that even a common labourer may alforJ it ; the master being partly, but not wholly paid by the public ; because if he was wholly,...
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State Intervention in English Education: A Short History from the Earliest ...

James Edward Geoffrey De Montmorency - Education - 1902 - 366 pages
...(Basil Rennet's translation, 3rd ed. 1717), Bk. vi. c. 2, § 12 (p. 379). 2 Commentaries, Bk. I. c. 16. may afford it ; the master being partly, but not wholly...principally paid by it, he would soon learn to neglect his business. In Scotland the establishment of such parish schools has taught almost the whole common people...
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Chamber's Cyclopędia of English Literature, Volume 2

Robert Chambers - American literature - 1902
...of education. The public can facilitate this acquisition by establishing in every parish or district . Why t l>eing partly, but not wholly paid by the public ; because if he was wholly or even principally paid...
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State Intervention in English Education: A Short History from the Earliest ...

James Edward Geoffrey De Montmorency - Education - 1902 - 366 pages
...education. " The public can facilitate this acquisition by establishing in every parish or district a little school, where children may be taught for a reward so moderate, that even a common labourer i See Puffendorf 's Law of Nations (Basil Rennet's translation, 3rd ed. 1717), Bk. vi. c. 2, § 12...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 2

Adam Smith - Classical school of economics - 1914
...of education. The public can facilitate this acquisition by establishing in every parish or district a little school, where children may be taught for a reward so moderate that even a common laboura may afford it; the master being partly, but not wholly, paid b the public, because, if he was...
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Readings in the History of Education: A Collection of Sources and Readings ...

Ellwood Patterson Cubberley - Education - 1920 - 684 pages
...of education. The public can facilitate this acquisition by establishing in every parish or district a little school, where children may be taught for...principally paid by it, he would soon learn to neglect his business. In Scotland the establishment of such parish schools has taught almost the whole common people...
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English Theories of the Functions of Government Since 1776

Frank Paddock - 1925 - 416 pages
...mass of the people. The balance is found by having the government establish a school in each parish where, "children may be taught for a reward so moderate...paid by the public, because if he was wholly, or even principal25 ly, paid by it, he would soon learn to neglect his business." There was to be no attempt...
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