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" ... and discouragement, can not be shaken. The tongue which now speaks our high resolve, and bids defiance to scrutiny, to prejudice, to jealousy, to cowardice, to calumny, to malevolence, may be silent in the tomb long ere the glorious victory shall... "
Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ... - Página 31
por United States. Office of Education - 1893
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American Journal of Education, Volumen7

1859
...good work, which has thus far been signally prospered in the midst of every species of binderance and discouragement, can not be shaken. The tongue which...the eulogium which our labors will have nobly won." Nothing could exceed the zeal and ardor with which, on all private and all public occasions, Doctor...
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The American Journal of Education, Volumen7

Henry Barnard - 1859
...good work, which has thus far been signally prospered in the midst of every species of hinderance and discouragement, can not be shaken. The tongue which...pronounce the eulogium which our labors will have nobly won.1' Nothing could exceed the zeal and ardor with which, on all private and all public occasions....
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Barnard's American Journal of Education, Volumen7

Henry Barnard - 1859
...been signally prospered in the midst of every species of hinderance and discouragement, can not bo shaken. The tongue which now speaks our high resolve,...the eulogium which our labors will have nobly won." Nothing could exceed the zeal and ardor with which, on all private and all public occasions, Doctor...
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the works of philip lindsley

1859
...thus far been signally prospered in the midst of every species of Mnderance and discouragement, cannot be shaken. The tongue which now speaks . our high...our triumphs, and pronounce the eulogium which our labours will have nobly won. It is true, we boast of no rich governmental inheritance or endowments...
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The Works of Philip Lindsley D.D., Late President of the University of ...

Philip Lindsley - 1859
...far been signally prospered in the midst of every species of hinderance and discouragement, cannot be shaken. The tongue which now speaks our high resolve,...our triumphs, and pronounce the eulogium which our labours will have nobly won. It is true, we boast of no rich governmental -inheritance or endowments...
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The Works of Philip Lindsley ...

Philip Lindsley - 1866
...far been signally prospered in the midst of every species of hinderance and discouragement, cannot be shaken. The tongue which now speaks our high resolve,...our triumphs, and pronounce the eulogium which our labours will have nobly won." Nothing could exceed the zeal and ardour with which, on all private and...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Volumen14

1893
...good work which has thus far been signally prospered in the midst of every species of hindrance and discouragement, can not be shaken. The tongue which...forever, and generations yet unborn shall rejoice iu our triumphs and pronounce the eulogium which our labors will have nobly won." His confidence iu...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ...

United States. Bureau of Education - 1893
...good work which has thus far been signally prospered iu the midst of every species of hindrance and discouragement, can not be shaken. The tongue which...be achieved. But we, the university, live forever, aud generations yet unborn shall rejoice iu our triumphs and pronounce the eulogium which our labors...
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Higher Education in Tennessee, Volúmenes893-895

Lucius Salisbury Merriam - 1893 - 287 páginas
...good work which has thus far been signally prospered in the midst of every species of hindrance and discouragement, can not be shaken. The tongue which...long ere the glorious victory shall be achieved. But wo, the university, live forever, and generations yet unborn shall rejoice in our trinmphs and pronounce...
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