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" I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons competent to pronounce on the subject, in expressing my own conviction that the language and literature of ancient Greece constitute the most efficient instrument of mental training ever enjoyed by man... "
Wisconsin Journal of Education - Page 6
1864
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Lectures on the English Language

George Perkins Marsh - 1860 - 697 pages
...let me repeat that so far from dissuading from the study of Greek as a branch of general education, I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons...incomparably the most valuable of intellectual possessions. The grammar of the Greek language is mucli more flexible, more tolerant of aberration, less rigid in...
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Lectures on the English Language

George Perkins Marsh - 1863 - 498 pages
...let me repeat that so far from dissuading from the study of Greek as a branch of general education, I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons...incomparably the most valuable of intellectual possessions. The grammar of the Greek language is much more flexible, more tolerant of aberration, less rigid in...
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Lectures on the English Language

George Perkins Marsh - 1867 - 715 pages
...let me repeat that so far from dissuading from the study of Greek as a branch of general education, I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons...and literature of ancient Greece constitute the most efiicient instrument of mental training ever enjoyed by man ; and that a familiarity with that wonderful...
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Grammar of the Greek Language: For Use of Schools and Colleges

Alpheus Crosby - 1871 - 475 pages
...Let me repeat, that so far from dissuading from the study of Greek as a branch of general education, I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons...incomparably THE MOST VALUABLE OF INTELLECTUAL POSSESSIONS." MAKSii's Lectures on the English Language. Old New 872 429 873 430 374 431 375 482 378 s 433...
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Report of the President ... to the Board of Regents

University of Iowa - 1872
...Language," by Hon. George P. Marsh, one of the ablest ministers of the United States to European courts : " I do but echo the Universal opinion of all persons...that a familiarity with that wonderful speech, its philosophy, its eloquence, and the history it embraces, is, incomparably, the most valuable of intellectual...
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Legislative Documents, Volume 1

Iowa. General Assembly - 1872
...by lion. Cleorgc P. Marsh, one of the ablest ministers of the United States to European courts : " I do but echo the Universal opinion of all persons...and literature of ancient Greece constitute the most effi cient instrument of mental training ever enjoyed by man, and that a familiarity with that wonderful...
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Greek Lessons: Consisting of Selections from Xenophon's Anabasis, with a ...

Alpheus Crosby - 1873 - 133 pages
...LET me repeat, that so far from dissuading from the study of Greek as a branch of general education, I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons...incomparably THE MOST VALUABLE OF INTELLECTUAL POSSESSIONS." Hon. GEORGE P, MARSH : Lectures the English Language. The borrower must return this item on...
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A lexicon to Xenophon's anabasis

Alpheus Crosby - 1873 - 152 pages
..."LET me repeat, that so far from dissuading from the study of Greek as a branch of general education, I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons...Greece constitute the most efficient instrument of menial training ever enjoyed by man ; and that a familiarity with that wonderful speech, its poetry,...
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A Lexicon to Xenophon's Anabasis: Adapted to All the Common Editions

Alpheus Crosby - 1874 - 152 pages
...LET me repeat, that so far from dissuading from the study of Greek as a branch of general education, I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons...is incomparably THE MOST VALUABLE OF INTELLECTUAL POSSESSIONS."Hon. GEORGE P. MARSH : Lectures on the English Language. Hid 52HM B <** DO * ** * *...
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A Lexicon to Xenophon's Anabasis: Adapted to All the Common Editions, for ...

Alpheus Crosby - 1876 - 152 pages
..."LET me repeat, that so far from dissuading from the study of Greek as a branch of general education, I do but echo the universal opinion of all persons...history it embalms, is incomparably THE MOST VALUABLE OF INTKLLKCTUAIi POSSESSIONS." Hon. GEORC1E P. MARSH : Lectures es PI A ' ** ...
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