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London Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 26, 1786, London, Middlesex From October 26, to October 28, 1786. Plan for the Public and the in Tit which are Thoughts upon the Made of Education proper ] in a to the Citizens tf the HIS but publication is production of Dr. Benjamin of in the the mode of Education berc Mid down is - adapted more immediately to the peculiar form of the government under the Author we only from this Plan a few detached AN education is to be preferred to an education in a foreign The principle at Hands in need of the reinforcement of and it it well known that our prejudices rn favour of country are formed in the years of our The policy of the is veil worthy of When Antipater demanded of their children for the fulfilment of a wife to comply with his readily offered him double the number of their adult habits and prejudices could not be by in a foreign in the community early attachment of youth to the laws and constitution of their Jr that young who have trodden the paths of faience or have joined fame of or generally through fuch ties to each other as add greatly to the obligations of mutual only foundation for an education in a Republic is to be laid in Rel Without there can be no and without virtue there can be no and liberty is the object and life of all Republican Such is my veneration for every religion that reveals the attributes of the of rewards and that I had rather fee the opinions of Confucius or inculcated upon bur than fee them grow up wholly devoid of a of religious But the religion I mean t-n recommend in this place the religion of That liberality which to with any one left of Christians is to or to and may fitly be compared to the unprofitable bravery of a foldier who wades his valour in the aid or effect of military Far from me to recommend the doctrine modes of of any one I only recommend to the with the education of to upon them a conformity to i mode of which is their or the inclinations of i Under this I muft be not with modern writers who have the uie of Bible as a The only objection I know to its into chapters and and its improper which render it a more difficult book to read than many But be and the of them are not to be mentioned with the advantages of making children early intimately acquainted with the menus of acquiring both here and How great is the difference between making young people acquainted with the interesting and entertaining truths contained in the and the Fables of Moore and or the doubtful of antiquity J J that is no book of the whole that contains half fo much knowledge for the government or the direction of the affairs of as the To object to practice of having it read in it tends to our veneration for is an argument that with equal the frequency of public and all other religious The upon the mind are the they the wreck of the and in old age after the ideas acquired in middle life have been Of how much muft it be to the human in the evening of to be able to reeal ideas which are to its and are to be found chiefly in the The great delight which old people take in reading the I am is derived chiefly from its and precepts being officiated with the events of childhood and the recollection of which a part I do not or even fables from our They and be read frequently by our young if the Bible is made to them I fhat it will be in a only in and in a few years will probably be found only in the offices of and in courts of I cannot help bearing a in this place the which prevails in fome parts of America which is daily falling of crowding boys for of The is the remains of and is as unfavourable to 6f�the mind are to the of I grant this mode precluding boys of private families has a tendency to make them but our & to make them and vices of young people are generally learned from each the vices of adults infect By from each therefore in their of relaxation from we a fource of we improve their by to which and fex naturally produces I have hitherto nothing of the that are proper for young people in a which promote health and tumour will hare a happy effect upm and To this direct into good to in be Tr moral which in countries to riot and in Connecticut of and the in that country are generally men of fober and The theatre will never be perfectly till players are treated the fame as of other ornamental It is to no to attempt to or preach down an which fo forcibly upon all the powers of trie Let preach to of let them open their and the ordinances of religion to them and their and I am we foon fee fuch a reformation in the as can never be effected by all the means that have been employed for that to render the by to the of virtue and even Why the of the exclude the player from his or from his public or private I The Author of no difference in the occupations of He eat drank daily with publicans and To be 0�L 27. arrived the Mail from DURING the of laft year there waste the valne of 6fiyo6o roubles in goid and bars in imported into this - Sept. The of arrived herefrom and will be the but we are the Senate will flojt agree to any It is that it will be to terminate the war with the by leaving our and armed barks to protect the trade of the Mediterranean by keeping off the enemy's Sept. have accounts from that the Chevalier Emo has fent hii valet de in for having held a private with the By different accounts the principal of the Venetian fleet feems to be to watch the armaments made and making by the Ottoman Sept. 20. The eruption of Mount has not yet entirely the great current of lava from that mountain to have fome motion in it and does mage in different 12. We have accounts from Rome that the affair of the Cardinal de Rohan was taken into during laft month by a of in of the the is not but it is thought that in the above meeting only a few ceremonies were gone which will coft the Cardinal fome hundreds of other meetings no be all which will be no expence to his The dini has fix months time to a decree of the which has granted reckoning from the 4th of Sep. and but little doubt but he will be before the expiration of that That Prelate has received orders to
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