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" But more than this, there are many single regiments whose members, one and another, possess full practical knowledge of all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world ; and there is scarcely one... "
Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction - Página 4
por Michigan. Department of Public Instruction - 1861
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Letters and Addresses of Abraham Lincoln ...

Abraham Lincoln - 1903 - 399 páginas
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries in this...
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A Political History of Slavery: Being an Account of the Slavery ..., Volume 2

William Henry Smith - 1903
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world ; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries in this...
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Letters and Addresses of Abraham Lincoln ...

Abraham Lincoln - 1903 - 399 páginas
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, "is known in the world; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries in this...
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The Encyclopedia Americana, Volume 16

Frederick Converse Beach - 1904
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world and there is scarcely one from which there could...President, a Cabinet, a Congress, and perhaps a court, competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our...
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Men of Mark in America: Ideals of American Life Told in ..., Volume 1

Merrill Edwards Gates - 1905
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world; and there is scarcely one from which there...President, a Cabinet, a Congress, and perhaps a Court, competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our...
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Speeches of Abraham Lincoln: Including Inaugurals and Proclamations

Abraham Lincoln - 1906 - 417 páginas
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world ; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries in this...
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Readings in Descriptive and Historical Sociology

Franklin Henry Giddings - 1906 - 553 páginas
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world ; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the Government itself. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Special Session Message, 1861. Persisting Fear of the Unconventional The religious...
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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln, Volume 5

Abraham Lincoln - 1906
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries in this...
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The Hartford Seminary Record, Volume 16

1906
...whatever else, whether useful or elegant, that is known in the world ; " and then he added : — " There is scarcely one from which there could not be...Cabinet, a Congress, and perhaps a Court, abundantly able to administer the government itself." Such studies made him invincible. He knew that the human...
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Letters and telegrams

Abraham Lincoln - 1907
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world ; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries in this...
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