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" ... the human face divine," to recognise her smile, and to shew itself sensible of her affection in the little arts she employs to entertain it. Does it not, in no long time, return that smile, and repay her maternal caresses with looks and motions so... "
A Practical View of Christian Education in Its Earliest Stages - Sivu 28
tekijä(t) Thomas Babington - 1818 - 196 sivua
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The Christian Observer, Nide 10

1812
...human face divine," to recognize her smile, and to shew itself sensible of her afiection in the litlle arts she employs to entertain it. Does it not, in...caresses with looks and motions so expressive that she cann«t mistake their import? She will not doubt, then, the importance of fostering in its bosom those...

The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Nide 1

Noah Worcester - 1819
...human face divine, to recognize her smile, and to show itself sensible of her affection in the litt le arts she employs to entertain it. Does it not in no...expressive, that she cannot mistake their import? Sbp will not doubt then the importance of fosterine in its bosom those benevolent sympathies which...

The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Nide 1

Henry Ware - 1819
...arms, whether it does not soon begin to read the human face divine, to recognize her smile, and to show itself sensible of her affection in the little arts she employs to entertain it. Does it not in i>0 long time return that smile, and repay her maternal caresses with looks and motions, so expressive,...

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

Thomas Babington - 1826
...as realities. Let me appeal to every mother who delights to view her infant as it lies in her lap, whether it does not soon begin to read " the human...she employs to entertain it. Does it not, in no long 24 time, return that smile, and repay her maternal caresses with looks and motions so expressive that...

The Biblical Repertory and Theological Review, Nide 4

1832
...whether it does not soon begin to read "the human face divine," to recognize her smile, and to show itself sensible of her affection in the little arts...benevolent' sympathies which delight her, by banishing from the nursery whatever is likely to counteract them. She will not tolerate in a nurse that selfish indifference...

The Biblical Repertory and Theological Review, Nide 4

Charles Hodge - 1832
...whether it does not soon begin to read "the human face divine," to recognize her smile, and to show itself sensible of her affection in the little arts...caresses with looks and motions so expressive, that she eannot mistake their import? She will not doubt, then, the importance of fostering in its bosom those...




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