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" The schoolmaster is abroad ! And I trust more to him, armed with his primer, than I do to the soldier in full military array, for upholding and extending the liberties of his country. "
Opinions on Politics, Theology, &c - Page 35
by Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1839
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Dictionary of Quotations: (English)

Philip Hugh Dalbiac - Quotations, English - 1897 - 510 pages
...line 23. "The same water that drives the mill, decayeth it." STEPHEN GOSSON. The Schoole of Abuse. " The Schoolmaster is abroad ! and I trust more to him,...upholding and extending the liberties of his country." LORD BROUGHAM. Spcech in the House of Commons, 291/1 Jan., 1828. " The sea ! the sea I the open sea...
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Wit and Humor of Bench and Bar

Marshall Brown - Law - 1899 - 578 pages
...sometimes heard with dismay that the soldier was abroad. Now there is another person abroad, — a less important person ; in the eyes of some, an insignificant person — whose labors had tended to produce this state of things. The schoolmaster is abroad! and I trust more to the schoolmaster...
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First Steps in the History of England

Arthur May Mowry - Battles - 1902 - 324 pages
...abroad," said Lord Brougham (Broo'-am), " and I trust more to the schoolmaster armed with his primer, than to the soldier in full military array, for upholding and extending the liberties of my country." During the latter part of his life Gladstone became a warm friend of the Irish, and though...
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The Educational Systems of Great Britain and Ireland

Sir Graham Balfour - Education - 1903 - 307 pages
...schoolmaster was abroad, and that he trusted more to the schoolmaster armed with his primer than he did to the soldier in full military array for upholding and extending the liberties of his country.' * Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, Third Series, xx. 734. the House of Lords, and the money was given...
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Issues of the Day: Being a Text-book on the Political Situation, Past and ...

James Lawrence Nichols - United States - 1904 - 624 pages
...Let the soldier be abroad; in the present age he can do nothing. There is another person abroad — a less important person in the eyes of some, an insignificant...trust more to him, armed with his primer, than I do the soldier in full military array, for upholding and extending the liberties of his country. 421 It...
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Famous Sayings and Their Authors: A Collection of Historical Sayings in ...

Edward Latham - Quotations - 1906 - 318 pages
...abroad. LORD BROUGHAM (1779-1868) — in a speech in the House of Commons, Jan. 29, 1828. Followed by : "and I trust more to him, armed with his primer, than...upholding and extending the liberties of his country." The secret of success is constancy to purpose. BENJAMIN DISRAELI [Earl of Beaconsfield] (1804-81) —...
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Famous Sayings and Their Authors: A Collection of Historical Sayings in ...

Edward Latham - Quotations - 1906 - 318 pages
...abroad. LORD BROUGHAM (1779-1868) — in a speech in the House of Commons, Jan. 29, 1828. Followed by : "and I trust more to him, armed with his primer, than...array, for upholding and extending the liberties of his coimlry." The secret of success is constancy to purpose. BENJAMIN DISRAELI [Earl of Beaconsfield] (1804-81)...
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The Victorian Chancellors: By J.B. Atlay, Volume 1

James Beresford Atlay - Great Britain - 1906
...have produced this state of things. The schoolmaster is abroad, and I trust more to the schoolmaster armed with his primer than I do to the soldier in full military array.1 He co-operated with his old fellow-student, George Birkbeck, in the establishment of the London...
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The Victorian Chancellors: By J.B. Atlay, Volume 1

James Beresford Atlay - Great Britain - 1906
...can do nothing. There is another person abroad, a less important person, whose labours have produced this state of things. The schoolmaster is abroad, and I trust more to the schoolmaster armed with his primer than I do to the soldier in full military array.1 He co-operated...
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Brougham and His Early Friends: Letters to James Loch, 1798-1809, Volume 3

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - Great Britain - 1908 - 351 pages
...the soldier be abroad ; in the present age he can do nothing. There is another person abroad — a less important person in the eyes of some, an insignificant person, whose labours have tended to produce this state of things. The schoolmaster is abroad ! And I trust more...
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