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" I consider the system of our Common Schools as the palladium of our freedom, for no reasonable apprehension can be entertained of its subversion, as long as the great body of the people are enlightened by education. "
The Common School System of the State of New York - Page 24
by Samuel S. Randall - 1851
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, Volume 18

English literature - 1826
...almost incredible number. " 1 consider (he says) the system of our common schools as the palladium f our freedom , for no reasonable apprehension can be entertained of its subversion, so long as the great body of the people are enlightened by education." A Mountain of Salt.— It is...
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Message of the Governor

New York (State). Governor - New York (State) - 1825
...our superior seminaries, of indigent, talented and meritorious youth. I consider the system of our common schools as the palladium .of our freedom ;...benefits, and to remedy the defects of this excellent syitem, i* worthy of your most deliberate attention. The officer who now so ably presides over that...
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American Annals of Education, Volume 1

Education - 1826
...our superior seminaries, of indigent, talented, and meritorious youth. I consider the system of our common schools as the palladium of our freedom ; for...who now so ably presides over that department, is prevented by his official duties, from visiting our schools in person, nor is he indeed clothed with...
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American Annals of Education, Volume 1

Education - 1826
...our superior seminaries, of indigent, talented, and meritorious youth. I consider the system of our common schools as the palladium of our freedom; for...increase the funds, to extend the benefits, and to remedy th* defects of this excellent system, is worthy of your most deliberate attention. The officer wno...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 26

1827
...education of indigent, talented, and meritorious youth. " I consider," he adds, " the system of our common schools as the palladium of our freedom ; for...subversion, as long as the great body of the people aie enlightened by education. To increase the funds, to extend the benefits, and to remedy the defects...
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Annual Report, Volumes 4-24

Education - 1833
..."Prompt to improve and to invite, We blend instruction wilt) delight." We should consider the system of Common Schools as the palladium of our freedom; for...apprehension can be entertained of its subversion where the great body of the people are enlightened by education. And this result, so desirable to every...
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Common School Assistant, Volumes 1-2

Education - 1836
...palladium of our freeiiom, for no reasonable apprehension cad be entertained of its subversion, as loiiji as the great body of the people are enlightened by...system, is worthy of your most deliberate attention. I can not recommen •', in terms too strong and impressive, as munificent appropriations as the faculties...
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A Digest of the Common School System of the State of New York: Together with ...

Samuel Sidwell Randall - Education - 1844 - 335 pages
...our superior seminaries, of indigent, talented, and meritorious youth. " I consider the system of our common schools as the palladium of our freedom; for...officer who now so ably presides over that department is prevented by his other official duties from visiting our schools in person, nor is he indeed clothed...
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A Digest of the Common School System of the State of New York: Together with ...

Samuel Sidwell Randall - Education - 1844 - 335 pages
...our superior seminaries, of indigent, talented, and meritorious youth. " I consider the system of our common schools as the palladium of our freedom; for no reasonable apprehension can l>e. entertained of its subversion, as long as the great body of the people are enlightened by education....
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The Common School System of the State of New York: Comprising the Several ...

Samuel Sidwell Randall - Educational law and legislation - 1851 - 408 pages
...consider the system of our common schools as the palladium of our freedom ; for no reasonable apprchension can be -entertained of its subversion, as .long as...officer who now so ably presides over that department is prevented by his other official duties from visiting our schools in person, nor is he indeed clothed...
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