The Example of Confucius

To George Whitefield Dear Sir, Philadelphia, July 6, 1749. Since your being in England, I have received two of your favours, and a box of books to be disposed of. It gives me great pleasure to hear of your welfare, and that you purpose soon to return to America. We have no kind of news …

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Proposals Relating to the Education of Youth in Pensilvania


Advertisement to the Reader. It has long been regretted as a Misfortune to the Youth of this Province, that we have no ACADEMY, in which they might receive the Accomplishments of a regular Education. The following Paper of Hints towards forming a Plan for that Purpose, is so far approv’d by some publick-spirited Gentlemen, to …

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