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" But Nobility, governed by learning and wisdom, is indeed most like a fair ship, having tide and wind at will, under the rule of a skilful master ; when contrariwise, a ship carried, yea with the highest tide and greatest wind, lacking a skilful master,... "
The English Works of Roger Ascham: Preceptor to Queen Elizabeth - Page 219
by Roger Ascham - 1815 - 391 pages
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Auntient lere, a selection of aphoristical and preceptive passages from the ...

Ancient learning - 1812
...indeed, most like a fair ship, having tide and wind at will, under the rule of a skilful master : when, contrariwise, a ship carried, yea, with the highest...drowned in vain pleasure, or overwhelmed by stout wilf nlness, the histories of England be' able to afford over many examples unto us. Therefore, ye...
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The Schoolmaster: Essays on Practical Education, Selected from the Works of ...

Education - 1836
...indeed most like a fair ship, having tide and wind at will, under the rule of a skilful master ; when contrariwise, a ship carried, yea with the highest...wilfulness, the histories of England be able to afford over many examples unto us. Therefore, ye great and noblemen's children, if ye will have rightly that...
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The schoolmaster: essays on practical education, selected from the works of ...

Schoolmaster - 1836
...indeed most like a fair ship, having tide and wind at will, under the rule of a skilful master ; when contrariwise, a ship carried, yea with the highest...wilfulness, the histories of England be able to afford over many examples unto us. Therefore, ye great and noblemen's children, if ye will have rightly that...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 11

Henry Barnard - Education - 1862
...a fair ship, having tide and wind at will, under the rule of a skillful master; when contrary-wise, a ship carried, yea with the highest tide and greatest wind, lacking a skillful master, most commonly doth either sink itself upon sands, or break itself upon rocks. And...
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The Whole Works of Roger Ascham: A report and discourse of the affaires and ...

Roger Ascham, Giles Ascham - 1864
...greatest wind, lacking a skilNowilty ful master, most commonly doth either without do. sink itselt upon sands, or break itself upon rocks. And even so,...drowned in vain pleasure, or overwhelmed by stout Vain pleasure wilfulness, the histories of England be wo 1 " able to afford over-many examples unto...
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The Whole Works of Roger Ascham: A report and discourse of the affaires and ...

Roger Ascham, Giles Ascham - 1864
...master, most commonly doth either with wisdom, . , . . , ^. ' 1 ii • , i ,. without do. smk itself upou sands, or break itself upon rocks. And even so, how...drowned in vain pleasure, or overwhelmed by stout Viin pleasure wilfulness, the histories of England be able *o afford over-many examples unto us' Therefore,...
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The Whole Works of Roger Ascham: A report and discourse of the affaires and ...

Roger Ascham - 1864
...indeed most like a fair ship, having tide and wind at will, under the rule of a skilful master: when contrariwise, a ship carried, yea, with the highest tide and greatest wind, lacking a skilNobility ful master, most commonly doth either with wisdom, . without do. sink itself upon sands,...
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English Pedagogy: Education, the School, and the Teacher in English Literature

Henry Barnard - Teaching - 1876 - 482 pages
...when contrarywise, a ship carried, yea with the highest tide and greatest wind, lacking a skillful master, most commonly doth either sink itself upon...drowned in vain pleasure, or overwhelmed by stout willfulness, the histories of England be able to afford over many examples unto us. Therefore, ye great...
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English Pedagogy: Education, the School, and the Teacher, in English Literature

Henry Barnard - Education - 1876 - 608 pages
...a fair ship, having tide and wind at will, under the rule of a skillful master; when contrary wise, a ship carried, yea with the highest tide and greatest wind, lacking a skillful master, most commonly doth cither sink itself upon sands, or break itself upon rocks. And...
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The Schoolmaster

Roger Ascham - Education - 1909 - 192 pages
...a fair ship, having tide and wind at will, under the rule of a skilful master ; when contrary wise a ship carried, yea, with the highest tide and greatest...either drowned in vain pleasure or overwhelmed by stout wilfnlness, the histories of England be able to afford over many examples unto us. Therefore, ye great...
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