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" They are gifted with good understandings, and are very quick at every thing they apply their minds to ; few, however, excepting the clergy, are addicted to the study of letters; and this is the reason why any one who has learning, though he may be a layman,... "
The Eve of the Reformation: Studies in the Religious Life and Thought of the ... - Sivu 38
tekijä(t) Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1900 - 460 sivua
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Works of the Camden Society, Numero 37

1847
...(33) and this is the reason why any one who has learning, though he may be a layman, is called by them a Clerk. And yet they have great advantages for study,...Universities in the kingdom, Oxford, and Cambridge ; in which are many colleges founded /or the maintenance of poor scholars. And your Magnificence lodged at one...

The Rambler, a Catholic journal of home and foreign literature [&c.]. Vol.5 ...

1854
...and quick at every thing they apply their minds to, he observes that " few, except the clergy, attend to the study of letters ; and this is the reason why any one who has learning, though he may be a layman, is called by them a clerk." But the one chief note in the position...

Selections from the Sources of English History: Being a Supplement ..., Osa 1832

Charles William Colby - 1899 - 325 sivua
...with good understandings, and are very quick at everything they apply their minds to ; few, however, excepting the clergy, are addicted to the study of...letters ; and this is the reason why any one who has learning, though he may be a layman, is called by them a Clerk. And yet they have great advantages...

Selections from the Sources of English History: Being a Supplement ..., Osa 1832

Charles William Colby - 1899 - 325 sivua
...with good understandings, and are very quick at everything they apply their minds to ; few, however, excepting the clergy, are addicted to the study of...letters ; and this is the reason why any one who has learning, though he may be a layman, is called by them a Clerk. And yet they have great advantages...

The Eve of the Reformation: Studies in the Religious Life and Thought of the ...

Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1905 - 406 sivua
...records what he had noticed as to the attitude of ecclesiastics generally towards learning : — " Few, excepting the clergy, are addicted to the study of...any learning, though he may be a layman, is called a clerh. And yet they have great advantages for study, there being two general universities in the kingdom,...

The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Nide 25

James Andrew Corcoran, Patrick John Ryan, Edmond Francis Prendergast - 1900
...what he had noticed as regards the attitude of the clergy as a body towards learning. He says : "Few, excepting the clergy, are addicted to the study of...reason why any one who has any learning, though he be a layman, is called a clerk."4 As a matter of fact Churchmen had everything to hope from the Revival...

By-roads in History

...with good understandings, and are very quick at everything they apply their minds to ; few, however, excepting the clergy, are addicted to the study of...letters ; and this is the reason why any one who has learning, though he may be a layman, is called by them a Clerk. And yet they have great advantages...
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A Short History of Education

...gifted with good understandings and are very quick at everything they apply their minds to; few however, excepting the clergy, are addicted to the study of...letters ; and this is the reason why any one who has learning, though he may be a layman, is called by them a clerk2. This Venetian was a rather credulous...
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social life in britain

...with good understandings, and are very quick at every thing they apply their minds to ; few, however, excepting the clergy, are addicted to the study of...letters; and this is the reason why any one who has learning, though he may be a layman, is called by them a Clerk. And yet they have great advantages...
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