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" Resolved to learn no more rudiments of any kind, but to perfect myself in — First : twelve languages, as the means of acquiring accurate knowledge of I. "
Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repertory - Página 407
1830
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De Bow's Review, Volumen19

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, Robert Gibbes Barnwell, Edwin Bell, William MacCreary Burwell - 1855
...knowledge and imderstanding of so many and so great variety of languages. The following plan is hy himself: Resolved to learn no more rudiments of any kind, but to perfect myself in — flat : Twelve languages, as the means of acquiring accurate knowledge of I. History. 1. Man. 2....
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DeBow's Review ...: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress ..., Volumen2

1855
...knowledge and understanding of so many and so great variety of languages. The following plan is by himself: Resolved to learn no more rudiments of any kind, but to perfect myself in — * There is much grandeur of sentiment in the following passage from his judgment in this case:...
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Self-made Men

Charles C. B. Seymour - 1858 - 588 páginas
...down a plan for his future studies. The memorandum is in his own handwriting, and reads as follows : " Resolved, to learn no more rudiments of any kind,...II. ARTS: 1. Rhetoric; 2. Poetry; 3. Painting; 4. MusicIll. SCIENCES: 1. Law; 2. Mathematics; 3. Dialectics. The twelve languages are Greek, Latin, Italian,...
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SELF-MADE MEN.

CHAS C. B. SEYMOUR - 1858
...down a plan for his future studies. The memorandum is in his own handwriting, and reads as follows : " Resolved, to learn no more rudiments of any kind,...the I. HISTORY of, 1. Man ; 2. Nature. II. ARTS: 1. Ehetoric; 2. Poetry; 3. Painting; 4. Music. III. SCIENCES: 1. Law; 2. Mathematics; 3. Dialectics. The...
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Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Its Pleasures and Rewards ..., Volumen1

George Lillie Craik - 1858
...of study found among his papers, " to learn no more rudiments of any kind ; but to perfect himself in, first, twelve languages, as the means of acquiring accurate knowledge of history, arts, and sciences." These were the Greek, Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew,...
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Men who have made themselves [by J. McGilchrist].

John McGilchrist - 1860
...meant to carry them out. The memorandum, in his own handwriting, was as follows : — " Jtesolved, to learn no more rudiments of any kind, but to perfect...the means of acquiring accurate knowledge of the I. HISTOKT of 1. Man ; 2. Nature. II. ARTS. 1. Rhetoric; 2. Poetry; 3. Painting; 4. Music. III. SCIENCES....
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The art of doing our best

Halwin Caldwell - 1860 - 284 páginas
...too eager student is the following note found written by the linguist's own hand among his papers : "Resolved, to learn no more rudiments of any kind,...to perfect myself in, first, twelve languages, as a means of acquiring accurate knowledge of the, "I. HISTORY of i. Man. 2. Nature. "II. ARTS. i. Rhetoric;...
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The Art of Doing Our Best: As Seen in the Lives and Stories of Some Thorough ...

Halwin Caldwell - 1864 - 371 páginas
...student is the following note found written by the linguist's own hand among his papers: — 'Eesolved, to learn no more rudiments of any kind, but to perfect myself in, first, twelve languages, as a means of acquiring accurate knowledge of the— ' I. HISTORY of — 1. Man. 2. Nature. 'II. ARTS....
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The pursuit of knowledge under difficulties [by G.L. Craik]. Continuation

George Lillie Craik - 1865
...of study found among his papers, " to learn no more rudiments of any kind ; but to perfect himself in, first, twelve languages, as the means of acquiring accurate knowledge of history, arts, and sciences." These were the Greek, Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew,...
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American Quarterly Review, Volumen12;Volumen17

1832
...idea may be formed of his acquirements, and of the resolute industry with which he pursued them, from the following memorandum : — " Resolved, To learn...perfect myself in, first, twelve languages, as the meant of acquiring accurate knowledge of I. History. I.Man. 2. Nature. II. Arts. 1. Rhetoric. 2. Poetry....
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