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" It is not intended to teach the trade of the carpenter, the mason, the dyer, or any other particular business ; but there is no trade which does not depend more or less upon scientific principles, and to teach what these are, and to point out their practical... "
Education in the Nineteenth Century - Side 145
redigeret af - 1901 - 274 sider
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Bind 88

1821 - 676 sider
...are of practical application to mechanics in their several trades, so that they may better comprehend the reason for each individual operation that passes...rules to follow than the mere imitation of what they may huve seen done by others. To carry these objects into effect, the directors have engaged Dr Fyfe,...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Bind 41

1825 - 588 sider
...practical application to mechanics in their several trades, so that they may the better comprehend the reason for each individual operation that passes...rules to follow than the mere imitation of what they may have seen dune by another- It is not intended to teach the trade of the Carpenter, the Mason, the...
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London Exhibited in 1852: Elucidating Its Natural and Physical ...

John Weale - 1852 - 966 sider
...practical application to mechanics in their several trades, so that they may the better comprehend the reason for each individual operation that passes...hands, and have more certain rules to follow than (he mere imitation of what they may have seen done by another. It is not intended to tearh the trade...
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The Pictorial Handbook of London Comprising Its Antiquities, Architecture ...

John Weale - 1854 - 1006 sider
...practical application to mechanics in their several trades, so that they may the better comprehend the reason for each individual operation that passes...rules to follow than the mere imitation of what they may have seen done by another. It is not intended to teach the trade of the carpenter, the mason, the...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ..., Bind 1

United States. Bureau of Education - 1897 - 1426 sider
...practical application lo mechanics in their several trades, HO that they may the bettor comprehend the reason for each individual operation that passes...rules to follow than the mere imitation of what they may have seen done by another. It is not intended to teach the trade of the carpenter, the mason, the...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ..., Bind 1

United States. Bureau of Education - 1899 - 1416 sider
...may the better comprehend the reason for each individual operation that passes through their bands and have more certain rules to follow than the mere imitation of what they may have seen done by another. It is not intended to teach the trade of the carpenter, the mason, the...
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The Schools for the People: Containing the History, Development and Present ...

Sir George Christopher Trout Bartley - 1871 - 630 sider
...practical application to Mechanics in their several trades, so that they may the better comprehend the reason for each individual operation that passes...rules to follow than the mere imitation of what they may have seen done by another. It is not intended to teach the trade of the carpenter, the mason, the...
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Report on Technical Education

Edward Combes - 1887 - 310 sider
...improvement with a greater security of success. It is not intended to teach the trade of the carpenter, of the mason, the dyer, or any other particular business...less upon scientific principles, and to teach what these are, and to point out their practical application, will form the business of this institution....
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San Francisco Municipal Reports ...

San Francisco (Calif.) - 1912 - 1356 sider
...of practical application, to mechanics in the several trades, BO that they may the better comprehend the reason for each individual operation that passes...rules to follow than the mere imitation of what they may have seen done by another. The Labor Unions of Great Britain and France recognize the beneficent...
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The Machinery Question and the Making of Political Economy 1815-1848

Maxine Berg - 1982 - 396 sider
...Institute, the knowledge of science would 'acquaint them [the working classes] with more certain rules than the mere imitation of what they have seen done by another', and there was 'no trade which does not depend more or less, upon scientific principles'.14 James Hole's...
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