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" ... in their duty ; since which this boy would not look into his book, though I called upon him to mind his book, as the class could witness. The boy was pleased with my being corrected, and persisted in his neglect, for which I was still corrected, and... "
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register,: Volume 33 1879 - Page 181
by New England Historic Genealogical Society Staff - 1995 - 468 pages
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1836 - 28 pages
...since which this boy would not look into his book, though I called upon him to mind his book, as the class could witness. The boy was pleased with my being...after school was done, I went up to him, and told him 1 had been beaten several times for his neglect ; and since master would not . correct him I would,...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 12

Education - 1862
...since which this boy would not look into his book, though I called upon him to mind his book, as the class could witness. The boy was pleased with my being...better temper ; and therefore, after school was done, 1 went up to him, and told him I had been beaten several times for his neglect ; and since master would...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 12

Education - 1863
...since which this boy would not look info his book, though I called upon him to mind his book, as the class could witness. The boy was pleased with my being...better temper ; and therefore, after school was done, 1 went up to him, and told him I had been beaten several times for his neglect ; and since master would...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 27

Education - 1877
...since which this boy would not look into his book, though I called upon him to mind his book, as (Ac class could witness. The boy was pleased with my being...temper ; and therefore, after school was done, I went op to him, and told him I had been beaten several times for his neglect ; and since master would not...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 27

Henry Barnard - Education - 1877
...since which this boy would not look into his book, though I called upon him to mind his book, as the Mill corrected, and that for several days. I thought, in justice, I ought to correct the boy, and compel...
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Ezekiel Cheever and some of his descendants. [Followed by] Appendix [of ...

John Tyler Hassam - 1879
...since which this boy would not look into his book, though I called upon him to mind his book, as the class could witness. The boy was pleased with my being...in justice, I ought to correct the boy. and compel Ыш to a better temper ; and therefore, after school was done, I went up to him, and told him I had...
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The New England Magazine, Volume 10; Volume 16

New England - 1894
...which the boy would not look into his book, though I called upon him to mind his book as the class can witness. The boy was pleased with my being corrected...temper; and therefore, after school was done, I went to him and told him I had been beaten several times for his neglect; and since master would not correct...
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Catalogue of the Boston Public Latin School, Established in 1635: With an ...

Boston Latin School (Mass.), Henry Fitch Jenks - Classical education - 1886 - 537 pages
...since which this boy would not look into his book, though I call upon him to mind his book, as the class could witness. The boy was pleased with my being...still corrected, and that for several days. I thought, injustice, I ought to correct the boy, and compel him to a better temper ; and, therefore, after school...
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Child Life in Colonial Days

Alice Morse Earle - History - 1899 - 418 pages
...The boy was pleased with my being corrected and persisted in his neglect for which I was still beaten and that for several days. I thought in justice I...correct the boy and compel him to a better temper ; therefore after school was done I went to him and told him I had been beaten several times for his...
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Child Life in Colonial Days

Alice Morse Earle - History - 1899 - 418 pages
...lesson, though I called upon him once and again to mind his book. Whereupon our master beat me. . . . The boy was pleased with my being corrected and persisted in his neglect for which I was still beaten and that for several days. I thought in justice I ought to correct the boy and compel him to...
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