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" I think one can hardly tell that until after experience for some few years. All I can say is this, that at my Juvenile Lectures at Christmas time, I have never found a child too young to understand intelligently what I told him ; they came to me afterwards... "
Medical Times and Gazette - Página 192
1869
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On Some Defects in General Education: Being the Hunterian Oration of the ...

Richard Quain - 1870 - 112 páginas
...they pass unheeding by those other letters, the literce divines, writ in all nature ? In order to gain the full advantage of natural knowledge as a branch...afterwards with questions which proved their capability." So too, and practically to the same effect, Professor Sir Benjamin Brodie 1 attributes "the failure...
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The Sabbath school magazine, ed. by W. Keddie, Volúmenes22-24

Glasgow sabbath school union - 1870
...after experience for some years. All I can say is this, that at my juvenile lectures at Christmas time, I have never found a child too young to understand intelligently what I told him; they came to me afterwards with questions which proved their capability." Again be says : " I...
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The Life and Letters of Faraday: In 2 Volumes, Volumen2

Jones - 1870
...experience for some few years. All I can say is this, that at my Juvenile Lectures at Christmas time, I have never found a child too young to understand intelligently what I told him ; they came to me afterwards with questions which proved their capability.' Again he says : ' I...
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The Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volumen1

1872
...In the course of the oration above referred to, President Quain observes : — •" In order to gain the full advantage of natural knowledge as a branch...Commissioners, in support of that view) I have never found children too young to understand intelligently what I told them. They came to me afterwards with questions...
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The Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volumen1

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - 1872
...(says Faraday before the Royal Commissioners, in support of that view) I have never found children too young to understand intelligently what I told...afterwards with questions which proved their capability." President Quain, however, very properly insists that "to whatever extent elementary knowledge or learning...
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The English Cyclopaedia: Division. Biography. 6v. and Suppl

1872
...science as a part of education. When asked at what age physical science should be introduced, he said, " I have never found a child too young to understand intelligently what I told him.4 In 1805 he resigned his office at the Trinily House, and also his position at the Royal Institution,...
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Biography: Or, Third Division of "The English Encyclopedia"

Charles Knight - 1872
...as a part of education. When askfl at what age physical science should be introduced, he said, " 1 have never found a child too young to understand intelligently what I told him." In 1865 lie resigned his office at the Trim'1 House, and also his position at the Royal Institution,...
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The Contemporary Review, Volumen28

1876
...Professor Faraday gave also some striking evidence : — " At my juvenile lectures at Christmas times, I have never found a child too young to understand intelligently what I told him. " I never yet found a boy who was not able to understand a simple explanation, and to enjoy the...
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Sunday Afternoon, Volumen3

1879
...underlies some such every day sight as a burning candle ; and, said the lecturer, years after, " I never found a child too young to understand intelligently what I told him ; they would come to me afterwards with questions which proved their capability." But he took the...
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The Guardian, Volumen30

1879
...experiments, showed them curious things about a burning candle and other everyday matters. He said : "I never found a child too young to understand intelligently what I told him ; they would come to me afterwards with questions which proved their capability." Even Prince Albert...
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