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" it is enough for the sons of the nobility to wind their horn and carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people. "
The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ... - Сторінка 292
1839
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A history of the earth and animated nature ...: With numerous notes ..., Том 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1857
...his arm.2 In those days it was thought sufficient for noblemen's sons to wind the horn, and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people. Indeed, this diversion was in such high esteem among the great all over Europe, that Frederic, one...
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A History of Feudalism, British and Continental

Andrew Bell (of Southampton) - 1863 - 360 стор.
...manner ; for, in those days, it was thought sufficient for noblemen to wind their horn and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of mean people ! In the reign of James I., Sir Thomas Morison is said to have given £1000 for a cast...
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A History of Feudalism, British and Continental

Andrew Bell (of Southampton) - 1863 - 360 стор.
...manner ; for, in those days, it was thought sufficient for noblemen to wind their horn and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of mean people ! In the reign of James I., Sir Thomas Morison is said to have given £1000 for a cast...
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Special Report on the Present State of Education in the United States and ...

New York (State). Dept. of Public Instruction, Victor Moreau Rice - 1867 - 253 стор.
...were war and its excitements. It was thought enough for noblemen's sons to wind the horn and carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of mean people. In the church the most valuable livings were often bestowed upon the illiterate parasites...
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AMERICAN NATUALIST

A.S.Packard,Jr. and F.W. Putnam - 1871
...and nobles of Europe. "It was thought sufficient for noblemen's sons to wind the horn, and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people." A German writer, about the year 1485, complains that "the gentry used to tuke the hawks and hounds...
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The American Naturalist, Том 4

1871
...and nobles of Europe. "It was thought sufficient for noblemen's sons to wind the horn, and to carry their hawk fair, and leave study and learning to the children of meaner people." A German writer, about the year 1485, complains that "the gentry used to take the hawks and hounds...
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