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Logick: Cr, The Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth. With a ... - Page 71
by Isaac Watts - 1736 - 365 pages
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Logick: Or, The Right Use of Reason in the Inquiry After Truth. With a ...

Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1763 - 365 pages
...not with mere Copies. Direct IT. Ufe the moft proper Methods to retain that Treafure of Ideas wbich you have acquired ; for the Mind is ready to let many of them flip, unlels fome Pains and Labour be taken to fix them upon the Memory. And more efpecially let thofe Ideas...
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Logick: or, the right use of reason, in the enquiry after truth, ... By ...

Isaac Watts - 1797 - 324 pages
...with original paint'n^Sj and uojt yrith mere copies.. DireS. II. Ufe tbe moft proper methods to retar* that treafure of ideas which you have acquired ; for...labour be taken to fix them upon the memory. And more especially let thofe ideas be laid up andi .preferved with the greateft care, which are moft directly...
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Logic, Or, The Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth: With a ...

Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1802 - 300 pages
...with mere copies. DireŁt. II. Ufe the moft proper methods to retain that treafure .of ideas which fou have acquired ; for the mind is ready to let many of them ilip, unlefs fome pains and labour be taken to fix them upon the memory. And .more efpecially let thofe...
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A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are ..., Volume 4

Samuel Johnson - English language - 1805
...out of his memory, he builds upon the truth. AdJitan. Use the most proper methods to retain the ideas you have acquired ; for the mind is ready to let many of them slip, unless some pains be liken to fix them upon the memory. Watts. To SLIP. va i- To convey secretly....
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Logic: Or, The Right Use of Reason, in the Inquiry After Truth

Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1809 - 287 pages
...with mere copies. Direct. II. Use the mcist proper methods to retain thai treasure of ideas ivhich you have acquired ; for the mind is ready to let many of them slip, unless some pains and la* tour be taken to fix them upon the memory. P And more especially let...
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Logic; Or, the Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth: With a ...

Isaac Watts - Conduct of life - 1811 - 284 pages
...paintings, and not with mere copies. Direction II. Use the most proper methods to retain that treasure of ideas which you have acquired ; for the mind is ready to let many of them slip, unless some pains and labour be taken to fix them upon the memory. And more especially let those...
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The Works of the Rev. Isaac Watts D.D. in Nine Volumes, Volume 7

Isaac Watts - Dissenters, Religious - 1813
...original paintings, aud not with mere copies. II. Use the most proper methods to retain that treasure of ideas which you have acquired; for the mind is ready to let many of them slip, unless some pains and labour be taken to fix them upon the memory. And more especially let those...
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Familiar Lectures on Moral Philosophy, Volume 1

John Prior Estlin - Ethics - 1818
...original paintings, and not with mere copies, i 4 119 Use the most proper methods to retain that treasure of ideas which you have acquired ; for the mind is ready to let them slip, unless some pains and labour be employed to fix them in the memory. ii • There are some...
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy, on Didactic Principles: For ...

Alexander Jamieson - Logic - 1822 - 304 pages
...with mere copies. 453. Rule II. Use the most proper methods to retain that treasure of Ideas ivhich you have acquired; for the mind is ready to let many of them slip, unless some pains and labour be taken to fix them upon the memory. J)irection. And more especially...
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy: On Didactic Principles ...

Alexander Jamieson - Logic - 1835 - 304 pages
...with mere copies. 453. Rule II. Use the most proper methods to retain that treasure of Ideas whirh you have acquired ; for the mind is ready to let many of them slip, unless some pains and labor be taken to fix them upon the memory. direction. And more especially...
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