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" ... rebukes, and so lessen their authority. And here is another great inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with, amongst the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such conversation : for... "
The works of John Locke. To which is added the life of the author and a ... - Halaman 52
oleh John Locke - 1812
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Some Thoughts Concerning Education

John Locke - 1693 - 262 halaman
...Cpnverfation: For the contagion of fbefe ill precedents, both in Civility and Vertue, horribly iofefts Children, as often as they come within reach of it. They frequently karn from unbred or debauched Servants, Fuch Language, untowardly Tricks and Vices, as otherwife thqy...
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The Ladies Library: ... Written by a Lady. Published by Sir ..., Volume 2

1772
...be done They are wholly, if poffible, to be kept from fuch converfation ; for the contagion of thcfe ill precedents, both in civility and virtue, horribly...within reach of it; they frequently learn from unbred cr debauched fervants, fuch language, untowardly tricks and vices, as otherwife they would poffibly...
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Some Thoughts Concerning Education: By John Locke, Esq

John Locke - 1779 - 319 halaman
...converi'ation ; for the contagion of thefe ill precedents, both in civility and virtue horribly infecb children, as often as they come within reach of it. They frequently learn from unbred or debauched ftrvants fuch language, untowardly tiicks and vices, as otherwife they pofiibly would be ignorant of...
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The authoress, by the author of 'Rachel'.

Authoress - 1810
...inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with from the meaner servants. They are wholly if possible to be kept from such conversation:...these ill precedents, both in civility and virtue, honibly infects children, as often as they come within the reach of ir. They frequently learn from...
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Pamela, Or Virtue Rewarded: In a Series of Letters from a Beautiful Young ...

Samuel Richardson - 1813 - 591 halaman
...precedent, both in civility and vi rtne, horribly iniVcis children, :i> often ns they come within the reach of it. They frequently learn from unbred or debauched servants, such language, nntownrdly tricks and vices, as otherwise they would be ignorant of all their lives. 'Tis a hard matter...
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Pamela; or, Virtue rewarded

Samuel Richardson - 1816 - 589 halaman
...inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with from the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...horribly infects children, as often as they come within the reach of it. They frequently learn from unbred or debauched servants, such language, unto wardly...
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The Works of John Locke, Volume 9

John Locke - 1823 - 480 halaman
...inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with amongst the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...frequently learn, from unbred or debauched servants, such Ianguage, untowardly tricks and vices, as otherwise they possibly would be ignorant of all their lives....
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The Novels of Samuel Richardson, Esq: Viz. Pamela, Clarissa Harlowe, and Sir ...

Samuel Richardson - 1824
...inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with from the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...horribly infects children as often as they come within the reach of it. They frequently learn from unbred or debauched servants such language, untowardly...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 11

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...most horrid shape Wbcre truit is greatest ! and the soul resigned Is stabb'd by her own guards. Id The contagion of these ill precedents, both in civility and virtue, horribly infects children. Locke. Eternal happiness and eternal misery, meeting with a persuasion that the soul is immortal, are...
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Common School Assistant, Volume 1-2

1836
...inconveniencr, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with amongst the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...they possibly would be ignorant of all their lives. — Ib. INCESSANT SCOLDING. As children should very seldom be corrected by blows ; so, 1 think, frequent,...
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