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Teokset Teokset 1 - 7 / 7 haulle I may be pronounced fanciful; but I certainly think it would be of importance to....
" I may be pronounced fanciful; but I certainly think it would be of importance to keep sour and illhumoured faces out of a nursery, even though such faces were not commonly accompanied by corresponding conduct. I am persuaded that I have seen a very bad... "
A Practical View of Christian Education in Its Earliest Stages - Sivu 29
tekijä(t) Thomas Babington - 1818 - 196 sivua
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The Christian Observer, Nide 10

1812
...certainly think it would be of importance to keep sour and ill-humoured faces out of a nursery, even (hough such faces were not commonly accompanied by corresponding conduct. I am persuaded that 1 have seen a very bad effect produced by a face of this kind on the countenance and mind of an infant....

A practical view of Christian education in its early stages: to which is ...

Thomas Babington - 1826
...likely to counteract them. She will not tolerate in a nurse that selfish indifference to the wants of an infant, which sometimes leaves it to cry while she...sympathises with a smile, it may also sympathise with a scowl, and catch somewhat of the inward disposition which distorts the features of the nurse ? Thus...

The Biblical Repertory and Theological Review, Nide 4

1832
...nurse that selfish indifference to the wants of an infant, which sometimes leaves it to any accident, while she finishes her breakfast or chats with a companion....Is it not reasonable to suppose, that if an infant sympathizes with a smile, it may also sympathize with a scowl, and catch somewhat of the inward disposition...

The mother's practical guide in the early training of her children

M. Bakewell - 1836
...fanciful, but I certainly think it would be of importance to keep sour and illhumoured faces out of the nursery, even though such faces were not commonly...Is it not reasonable to suppose, that if an infant sympathizes with a smile it may also sympathize with a scowl, and catch somewhat of the inward disposition...

The Mother's Practical Guide: In the Early Training of Her Children ...

Mrs. J. Bakewell - 1843 - 224 sivua
...I certainly think it would be of importance to keep sour and ill-humoured faces out of the nurseiy, even though such faces were not commonly accompanied...Is it not reasonable to suppose, that if an infant sympathizes with a smile it may also sympathize with a scowl, and catch somewhat of the inward disposition...

The mother's practical guide in the early training of her children. 3rd Amer. ed

M. Bakewell - 1850
...fanciful, but I certainly think it would be of importance to keep sour and ill-humoured faces out of the nursery, even though such faces were not commonly...Is it not reasonable to suppose, that if an infant sympathizes with a smile it may also sympathize with a scowl, and catch somewhat of the inward disposition...

PARENTAL INLUENCE, AUTHORITY

REV. WILLIAM BACON - 1856
...Babington, " but I certainly think it would be important to keep sour and ill-humored faces out of the nursery, even though such faces were not commonly...produced by a face of this kind, on the countenance of an infant. Is it not reasonable to suppose, that if the infant sympathizes with a smile, it may...




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