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The Philosophy of Training : Or, The Principles and Art of a Normal Education; With a Brief Review of Its Origin and History. Also, Remarks on the Practice of Corporal Punishments in Schools; And Strictures on the Prevailing Mode of Teaching Languages

By Craig, A. R

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Title: The Philosophy of Training : Or, The Principles and Art of a Normal Education; With a Brief Review of Its Origin and History. Also, Remarks on the Practice of Corporal Punishments in Schools; And Strictures on the Prevailing Mode of Teaching Languages  
Author: Craig, A. R
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Language: English
Subject: Education, Teaching, Students
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1847
Publisher: London, Simpkin & Marshall

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R, C. A. (1847). The Philosophy of Training : Or, The Principles and Art of a Normal Education; With a Brief Review of Its Origin and History. Also, Remarks on the Practice of Corporal Punishments in Schools; And Strictures on the Prevailing Mode of Teaching Languages. Retrieved from http://www.ipod-library.net/


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