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" We had so few books," he records in the exquisite fragment of autobiography he has left us, " that to read them once or twice was nothing. We thought they were all to be got by heart." How touching the story, so well known, of the mighty struggle and... "
Famous Americans of Recent Times - Сторінка 63
автори: James Parton - 1867 - 473 стор.
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The Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster, Том 1

Daniel Webster - 1856
...sort of pamphlet. I took it, and very soon could repeat it, from beginning to end. We had so few books that to read them once or twice was nothing. We thought they were all to be got by heart. I have thought of this frequently since, when that sagacious admonition of one of the ancients (was...
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Famous Americans of Recent Times

James Parton - 1867 - 473 стор.
...others, and comparing him with his bashful brother, used to remark, that he had fears for Ezekicl, but that Daniel would assuredly make his way in the...dollars a year ; but it seemed to the boy so vast and unattainable a good, that, when his father announced his purpose to attempt it, he was completely overcome...
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FAMOUS AMERICANS OF RECENT TIMES.

JAMES PARTON - 1867
...assuredly make his way in the world. It is certain that the lad himself was totally unconscious pf possessing extraordinary talents, and indulged no...nothing. We thought they were all to be got by heart." Plow touching the story, so well known, of the mighty struggle and long self-sacrifice it cost this...
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Life of Daniel Webster, Том 1

George Ticknor Curtis - 1870 - 1318 стор.
...learned to repeat the whole of it. This was done systematically ; for, he says, " we had so few books, that to read them once or twice was nothing. We thought they were all to be got by heart." But with a fondness of recollection, that will cause all who remember the arrival of a new year's almanac...
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Books and Reading: Or, What Books Shall I Read and how Shall I Read Them?

Noah Porter - 1871 - 378 стор.
...he read so often and so earnestly that he learned to repeat it. " We had so few books," he says, " that to read them once or twice was nothing ; we thought they were all to be got by heart." A small circulating library had been established in the neighborhood by his father and other persons,...
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Books and Reading: Or, What Books Shall I Read and how Shall I Read Them?

Noah Porter - 1871 - 378 стор.
...he read so often and so earnestly that he learned to repeat it. " We had so few books," he says, " that to read them once or twice was nothing ; we thought they were all to be got by heart." A small circulating library had been established in the neighborhood by his father and other persons,...
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Books and Reading: Or, What Books Shall I Read and how Shall I Read Them?

Noah Porter - 1871 - 378 стор.
...he read so often and so earnestly that he learned to repeat it. " We had so few books," he says, " that to read them once or twice was nothing ; we thought they were all to be got by heart." A small circulating library had been established in the neighborhood by his father and other persons,...
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Text-book of Prose: From Burke, Webster, and Bacon : with Notes, and ...

Henry Norman Hudson - 1876 - 636 стор.
...of pamphlet. I took it, and very soon could repeat it, from begiuning to end. We had so few books, that to read them once or twice was nothing. We thought they were all to be got by heart." He also tells us that, till his fourteenth or fifteenth year, he read what he could get to read, went...
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American Journal of Education, Том 27

1877
...sort of pamphlet I took it, and very soon could repeat it, from beginning to end. We had so few books that to read them once or twice was nothing. We thought they were all to be got by heart I have thought of this frequently since, when that sagacious admonition of one of the ancients (was...
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The American Journal of Education, Том 27

Henry Barnard - 1877
...sort of pamphlet I took it, and very soon could repeat it, from beginning to end. We had so few books stinguished men and Wezeers. ' When seven years had passed over him, his grandfather (Sh I have thought of this frequently since, when that sagacious admonition of one of the ancients (was...
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