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" referens, I had read of divers forward and precocious youths, and some I have known ; but I never either did hear or read of anything like to this sweet child, if it be right to call him child who has more knowledge than most men in the world. I counselled... "
The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: Comprising ... - Page 419
by William Munk, Royal College of Physicians of London - 1878
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The Chimney Corner Companion: Being a Selection of the Most Interesting ...

Reference books - 1827 - 468 pages
...orward and precoce youths, and some I have known, but I never did :ither hear or read of any thing like to this sweet child, if it be right to call him...who has more knowledge than most men in the world. THE JEWS The Israelites, or Jews, were so little connected with other nations, that their names have...
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The dawnings of genius exemplified and exhibited in the early lives of ...

Theodore Alois W. Buckley - 1853
...sufficient to elicit the admiration of the learned Pepys. Well, and with sad reason, does Evelyn observe: " I had read of divers forward and precocious youths, and some I have known; but I never did either hear or read of anything like to this sweet child,—if it be right to call him child,—...
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Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn, F.R.S., Author of the ..., Volume 2

John Evelyn - 1854
...study. He was perfect in arithmetic, and now newly entered into Greek. In sum (liorresco r┐ferena,) I had read of divers forward and precocious youths, and some I have known, but I never did either hear or read of any┐ thing like to this sweet child, if it be right to call him child who...
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Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn, F. R. S.: To which is ..., Volume 2

John Evelyn - Great Britain - 1859
...study. He was perfect in arithmetic, and now newly entered into Greek. In sum (horresco referent), I had read of divers forward and precocious youths, and some I have known, but I never did either hear or read of anything like to this sweet child, if it be right to call him child who...
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Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn, F.R.S.: To which is ..., Volume 2

John Evelyn - Great Britain - 1862
...study. He was perfect in arithmetic, and now newly entered into Greek. In sum (horresco refereni), I had read of divers forward and precocious youths, and some I have known, but I never did either hear or read of anything like to this sweet child, if it be right to call him child who...
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Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn, F.R.S.: To which is ..., Volume 2

John Evelyn - Great Britain - 1862
...study. He was perfect in arithmetic, and now newly entered into Greek. In sum (/iorresco referena), I had read of divers forward and precocious youths, and some I have known, but I never did either hear or read of anything like to this sweet child, if it be right to call him child who...
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The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: 1518 to 1700

Royal College of Physicians of London, William Munk - Physicians - 1878
...play as at his study. He was perfect in arithmetic, and now newly entered into Greek. In sum, harresco referens, I had read of divers forward and precocious...men in the world. I counselled his father not to set his heart too much on this jewel. Immodicis brevis est cetas et rara seneclus." ROBERT LEMAN, of Oulton,...
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The diary of John Evelyn

John Evelyn - Autobiography - 1879
...youths, and some I have known, but I never did either heare or read of any thing like to this sweete child, if it be right to call him child who has more knowledge than most men in the world. I counsell'd his father not to set his heart too much on this Jewell, Immodicis brcvis est irtas., et...
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The Diary of John Evelyn, Volume 2

John Evelyn - Great Britain - 1901
...referens), I had read of divers forward and precocious youths, and some I have known, but I never did either hear or read of anything like to this sweet child,...who has more knowledge than most men in the world. I counseled his father not to set his heart too much on this jewel, <( Immodicis brevis est atas, et...
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Universal Classics Library, Volume 10

Literature - 1901
...play as at his study. He was perfect in arithmetic, and now newly entered into Greek. In sum (horrescc referens), I had read of divers forward and precocious youths, and some I have known, but I never did eithet hear or read of anything like to this sweet child, if it be right to call him child who...
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