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" It seemed, in short, as if nothing was more vexatious to one of these officers than to discover things so correct as to afford him no good opportunity for finding fault ; while to the other, the necessity of censuring really appeared a punishment to himself.... "
The Mother at Home: Or, The Principles of Maternal Duty Familiarly Illustrated - Pągina 104
per John Stevens Cabot Abbott - 1833 - 170 pągines
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The Monthly Review

1831
...we all worked with cheerfulness, from a conviction that nothing we did in a proper way would miss of approbation. But our duty under the other, being performed...of being censured, even in those cases where we had laboured most industriously to merit approbation, broke the spring of all generous exertion, and, by...
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Memoir of Mrs. D. Mallery: Wife of Rev. S. Sawyer Mallery, Pastor of the ...

Jerusha D. Mallery - 1834 - 113 pągines
...appeared a punishment to himself. Under the one, accordingly, we all worked with cheerfulness, from the conviction that nothing we did in a proper way would...exertion, and, by teaching us to anticipate blame, as 162595 a matter of course, defeated the very purpose of punishment when it fell upon us. The case being...
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Connecticut Common School Journal, Volums 1-4

Henry Barnard - 1839
...] vielion that nothing we did in a proper way would mis* upprobation. But our duty under the oilier being performed in fear, seldom went on with much...correctly, from the certainty of getting no commendation. What seemed the oddest thing of all was, that these men were both as kind hearted as could be, or if...
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Principles of Teaching: Or, The Normal School Manual: Containing Practical ...

Henry Dunn - 1839 - 270 pągines
...that bundle of shakings !' pointing to a bit of rope-yarn, not half an inch long, left under the truck of a gun. It seemed, in short, as if nothing was more...correctly, from the certainty of getting no commendation. What seemed the oddest thing of all was, that these men were both as kind-hearted as could be, or if...
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The School Teacher's Manual: Containing Practical Suggestions on Teaching ...

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet - 1839 - 223 pągines
...that bundle of shakings !' pointing to a bit of rope yarn, not half an inch long, left under the truck of a gun. It seemed, in short, as if nothing was more...correctly, from the certainty of getting no commendation. What seemed the oddest thing of all, was, that these men were both as kind-hearted as could be, or...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1842
...a conviction that nothing we did in a proper way would miss approbation ; while our duty under thr. other, being performed in fear, seldom went on with...correctly, from the certainty of getting no commendation. What seemed the oddest thing of all was, that these men were both as kind-hearted as could be ; or,...
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The Teacher's visitor. Ed. by W.C.Wilson, Volums 3-4

William Carus Wilson - 1845
...diligence and cheerfulness, from a conviction that nothing we did in a proper way would escape approval. But our duty under the other, being performed in fear,...correctly, from the certainty of getting no commendation. What seemed the oddest thing of all was, these two men were as kind-hearted as could be ; or, if there...
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The English journal of education, ed. by G. Moody

George Moody - 1851
...to one of these officers than to discover things so correct as to afford him no good opportunity of finding fault; while to the other the necessity of...of being censured, even in those cases where we had laboured most industriously to merit approbation, broke the spirit of all generous exertion, and by...
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The Shipwrecked mariner, Volums 18-19

1872
...cheerfulness, from a conviction that nothing we did in a proper way would miss approbation. But onr duty under the other, being performed in fear, seldom...of being censured, even in those cases where we had laboured most industriously to merit approbation, broke the spring of all generous exertion, and, by...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volum 19

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1831
...we all worked with cheerfulness, from a conviction that nothing we did in a proper way would miss of approbation. But our duty under the other, being performed...also, of being censured, even in those cases where wt had laboured most industriously to merit approbation, broke the spring of all generous exertion,...
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