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" It was found that young people gained more with them in six months, than with other teachers in two years ; even Protestants removed their children from distant schools, to place them under the care of the Jesuits. "
German Higher Schools: The History, Organization and Methods of Secondary ... - Side 49
af James Earl Russell - 1896 - 489 sider
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The History of the Popes: Their Church and State, and Especially of Their ...

Leopold von Ranke - 1853 - 562 sider
...or the authority proper to a teacher fully acquired. Here also the Jesuits succeeded to admiration. It was found that young people gained more with them...schools, to place them under the care of the Jesuits. They next established schools for the poor, arranged modes of instruction adapted to children, and...
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The history of Protestantism, Bind 2

James Aitken Wylie - 1874 - 650 sider
...They especially excelled as teachers of Latin ; and so great was their zeal and their success, that " even Protestants removed their children from distant...schools, to place them under the care of the Jesuits." ' The teachers seldom failed to inspire the youth in their schools with their own devotion to the Popish...
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The Rise, Progress, and Insidious Workings of Jesuitism. Being a Reprint of ...

James Aitken Wylie - 1877 - 138 sider
...They especially excelled as teachers of Latin ; and so great was their zeal and their success, that " even Protestants removed their children from distant...schools, to place them under the care of the Jesuits." * The teachers seldom failed to inspire the youth in their schools with their own devotion to the Popish...
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The History of the Popes: Their Church and State, and Especially of ..., Bind 1

Leopold von Ranke - 1889 - 594 sider
...or the authority proper to a teachei fully acquired. Here also the Jesuits succeeded to admiration. It was found that young people gained more with them...six months, than with other teachers in two years; ev« Protestants removed their children from distant schools, u, place them under the care of the Jesuits....
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German Higher Schools: The History, Organization and Methods of Secondary ...

James Earl Russell - 1898 - 512 sider
...way into all the schools and universities of the outlying provinces of Germany, and at the t Runke, History of the Popes, I., 168. * Ibid., p. 417. end...essay. Nevertheless it is impossible to ignore the in- . .. 1 In"uence of Jesfluence of their teachings on the subsequent development of the German school...
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Jesuit Education; Its History and Principles Viewed in the Light of Modern ...

Robert Schwickerath - 1903 - 714 sider
...of Learning, book 1. 1 History of the United States, vol. III, page 120 (18th edition, Boston 1864). found that young people gained more with them in six...Even Protestants removed their children from distant gymnasia to confide them to the care of the Jesuits. " 1 — This last fact was more than once lamented...
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NCEA Bulletin, Bind 24–25

National Catholic Educational Association - 1927 - 1442 sider
...in teaching would consent to devote themselves to it for their whole lives," the consequence being that, "it was found that young people gained more...schools to place them under the care of the Jesuits." Science was not neglected ; and the science taught was fully abreast of the times. In many instances,...
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