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" Watts, is obliged to learn and know every thing ; this can neither be sought nor required, for it is utterly impossible : yet all persons are under some obligation to improve their own understanding, otherwise it will be a barren desert, or a forest overgrown... "
The Life and Reflections of Charles Observator: In which are Displayed, the ... - Σελίδα 31
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Charles Buck - 1824
...objects, and making observations upon them in our own minds. No man, says the admirable Dr. Watts, : > tt all persons are under some obligation to improve their own understanding, otherwise it will...

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...***** LETTER LXVI. H'utts on the Improvement of the Mind. My ESTEEMED CHILDREN, No one, says Dr. Watts, is obliged to learn and know every thing ; this can...utterly impossible: yet all persons are under .some obligation to prove their own understanding; otherwise it will be a barren desert, or a forest overgrown...

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...useful and comprehensive results. LESSON II. Importance of Mental Improvement. — ABRIDGED FROM WATTS. No man is obliged to learn and know every thing ;...utterly impossible ; yet all persons are under some obligation to improve their own understanding, otherwise it will be a barren desert, or a forest overgrown...

A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms, a ...

Charles Buck - 1829 - 615 σελίδες
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Charles Buck - 1831 - 624 σελίδες
...objects, and making observations upon them in our own minds. No man, says the admirable Dr. Watts, is obliged to learn and know every thing ; this can...utterly impossible : yet all persons are under some obligation to improve their own understanding, otherwise it will be a barren desert, or a forest overgrown...

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...filerinett'a minds. No man, says the admirable ¡ Sermcn on slctg xxvi. 24, 25. Dr. Watts is obliged to lenrn and know every thing ; this can neither be sought...utterly impossible: yet all persons are under some obligation to improve their own understanding, otherwise it will be a barren desert, or a forest overgrown...

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...and works of fancy. No man, says the admirable Dr. Watts, is obliged to learn and know everything; this can neither be sought nor required, for it is utterly impossible : yet a!l persons are under some obligation to improve their own understanding, otherwise it will be a barren...

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...IMPROVEMENT OF THE MIND. PART I.— INTRODUCTION. DIRECTIONS FOR THE ATTAINMENT OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. No man is obliged to learn and know every thing ;...utterly impossible : yet all persons are under some obligation to improve their own understanding; otherwise it will be a barren desert, or a forest overgrown...




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