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" It pleased the Lord to call me for some time, and with some persons, to practise the Hebrew, the Greek, Latin, French and Dutch. The Secretary of the Council, (Mr. Milton) for my Dutch I read him, read me many more languages. "
Memoir of Roger Williams: The Founder of the State of Rhode-Island - Sivu 258
tekijä(t) James Davis Knowles - 1834 - 437 sivua
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HISTORY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN RHODE ISLAND

THOMAS B. STOCKWELL - 1876
...from a two years' visit in England, wrote thus of some of his employments while in that country : " It pleased the Lord to call me for some time, and with some persons, to practice the Hebrew, the Greek,Latin, French and Dutch. The secretary of the council (Mr. Milton) for...

History of New England, Nide 2

John Gorham Palfrey - 1876
...Writing to Winthrop, soon after his return, with some account of his visit to England, Williams says: "The Secretary of the Council (Mr. Milton), for my Dutch I read him, read me manv more languages." (Mass. Hist. ColL, XXX. 4.) 1 Some of the charges against John Warner on this...

A History of Public Education in Rhode Island: From 1636 to 1876

Thomas B. Stockwell - 1876 - 458 sivua
...in that country : " It pleased the Lorn to call me for some time, and with some persons, to practice the Hebrew, the Greek, Latin, French and Dutch. The secretary of the council (Mr. Mihon) for my Dutch I read him, read me many more languages. * * * I taught two young gentlemen, a...

The Life of John Milton: Narrated in Connexion with the Political ..., Nide 4

David Masson - 1877
...of his American friends, after his return, his occupations while he had been in England, he says, " It pleased the Lord to call me, for " some time and...rules begin to be esteemed " a tyranny. I taught two gentlemen, a Parliament man's " sons, as we teach our children English, by words, phrases, " and constant...

The Life of John Milton: Narrated in Connexion with the Political ..., Nide 4

David Masson - 1877
...of his American friends, after his return, his occupations while he had been in England, he says, " It pleased the Lord to call me, for " some time and...rules begin to be esteemed " a tyranny. I taught two gentlemen, a Parliament man's " sons, as we teach our children English, by words, phrases, " and constant...

Among My Books, Nide 1

James Russell Lowell - 1877 - 380 sivua
...persons to practice the Hebrew, the Greeke, Latine, French & Dutch. The secretarie of the Councell (Mr Milton) for my Dutch I read him, read me many more languages. Grammar rules begin to bo esteemed a Tyrannic. I taught 2 young Gentlemen, a Parliament man's sons, as we teach our children...

Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1909
...in a letter to John Winthrop of Connecticut, dated at Providence, July 12, 1654, Williams writes, " The secretary of the council Mr. Milton, for my Dutch I read him, read me many more languages" (p. 114). John Winthrop, Jr., it will also be remembered, married Elizabeth, the daughter of Edmund...

Disraeli's Works, Nide 5

Isaac Disraeli - 1880
...charter granted to Mr. Coddington. I give this remarkable passage in the words of this Anglo-American: " It pleased the Lord to call me for some time and with...Greek, Latin, French, and Dutch. The Secretary of the Cmmcil, Mr. Hilton, for my Dutch I read him, read me many mart languages. Grammar-rules begin to be...

Milton and Vondel: A Curiosity of Literature

George Edmundson - 1885 - 223 sivua
...rich stores of his varied learning in many different tongues ; " or, to quote Williams' own words, " It pleased the Lord to call me, for some time and...rules begin to be esteemed a tyranny. I taught two gentlemen, a Parliament 1 This letter is given in full in Knowles' "Life of Roger Williams," \ pp....

Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society, Nide 7

1885
...136). (2) Mr. Williams, in a letter to John Winthrop, the younger, in 1654, speaks of his studies in "the Hebrew, the Greek, Latin, French, and Dutch....my Dutch I read him, read me many more languages." (Narragansett Club Pub., VI. 261-62). See page 51. (3) Compare the Sadleir papers, printed in Narragansett...




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