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" he ought to be the obsequious servant of none;—a man not ignorant of his rights, but thinking much more of his duties ; showing to all a good example, and serving to all as a counselor; not given to change his condition, but satisfied with his situation,... "
The American Journal of Education - Σελίδα 377
1860
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1861
...and confidence of families; who possesses a rare mixture of gentleness and firmness;" * * * * * * " a man not ignorant of his rights, but thinking much more of his duties; not given to change, but satisfied with his situation, because it gives him the power of doing good....

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California State Teachers' Institute - 1862
...be, in station, to many individuals in the Communes, he ought to be tho obsequious servant to none; a man not ignorant of his rights, but thinking much...showing to all a good example, and serving to all as a counsellor; not given to change his condition, but satisfied with his situation, because it gives him...

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The Maine Journal of Education, Τόμος 3

1869
...the respect and confidence of families; who possesses a rare mixture of gentleness and firmness; a man not ignorant of his rights, but thinking much...showing to all a good example, and serving to all as a counsellor; not given to change his condition, but satisfied with his situation because it gives him...

The Sabbath school magazine, ed. by W. Keddie, Τόμοι 22-24

Glasgow sabbath school union - 1870
...the respect and confidence of families; who possesses a rare mixture of gentleness and firmness; a man not ignorant of his rights, but thinking much more of his duties; shewing to all a good example, and serving to all as a counsellor; not given to change his condition,...

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Hermann Krüsi - 1875 - 248 σελίδες
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1875 - 291 σελίδες
...retain the respect and confidence of families ; a man obsequious and cringingly servile to no man, yet not ignorant of his rights, but thinking much more of his duties, and showing to all good example, and serving as counsellor, satisfied with his business because it...

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Gabriel Compayré - 1887 - 491 σελίδες
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