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" Many of you will begin to think that you are listening to the play of Hamlet with the part of the Prince of Denmark omitted, for so far I have said nothing whatever about technical education. "
Nature - Page 252
edited by - 1883
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The Book of the Boudoir, Volume 2

Lady Morgan (Sydney) - English literature - 1829 - 12 pages
...mistaken views, passed through the colander of the historian's fancy; while, as to essentials, it is the play of Hamlet with the part of the Prince of Denmark omitted bv particular desire. Each generation again has had its harvest of pamphlets, embodying the corrupt...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 23

Christianity - 1829
...Question is thickly strewed with error in almost every line. It would, perhaps, have been something like the play of Hamlet, with the part of the Prince of Denmark omitted by particular desire : but it would have saved the author from the imputation now inevitable, that...
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The English Review, Volume 8

1847
...looks." As regards " Margaret Perceval," it is just one of those cases in which we really desire to see the play of Hamlet with the part of the Prince of Denmark left out. We warmly admire all but the principal portion of the tale; and though the contrast between...
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Tait's Edinburgh magazine, Volume 19

1852
...No doubt, я history of the English railway without mention of Mr. Hudson would be somewhat similar to the play of " Hamlet " with the part of the Prince of Denmark omitted ; but, nevertheless, a dispassionate account of all the circumstances attending his singular career...
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The New Hampshire Journal of Medicine ..., Volumes 4-5

Edward Hazen Parker - Medicine - 1854
...one important particular, the absence of the scarlet rash. This to be sure seems at first much like the " play of Hamlet, with the part of the Prince of Denmark left out." But the vigor of the performance is not lessened by this omission. It seems, on the contrary,...
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An Expository Sketch of a New Theory of the Calculus

William Batchelder Greene - Calculus - 1859 - 88 pages
...giving as a reason that it is no transcendental calculus at all , but merely a sublime algebra — the play of Hamlet with the part of the prince of Denmark left out. Again, the systems of Newton and Lagrange being both demonstrably correct, the largest liberty...
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The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents ..., Volume 7

Frank Moore - United States - 1865
...and afterward by the arrival of General Slocum, his superior in rank. The account is very much like the play of Hamlet with the part of the Prince of Denmark omitted. The next statement which I notice is, that a conference of " lending generals" took place, when some...
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Farnorth, Volume 2

Theo Kennedy - 1866
...as impossible to discuss the subject with the soldier's name '" eliminated " as it would be to act the play of Hamlet with the part of the Prince of Denmark omitted, the matter very soon dropped, and the conversation flagged, and would have quite died out if Miss Alathea...
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Brownson's quarterly review

1873
...progress of man and society. Without the Catholic Church, they are, to use a threadbare illustration, " the play of Hamlet with the part of the Prince of Denmark left out ;" they lack the light, the warmth, and the life-giving power of the sun, and are what our...
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Public School Education

Michael Müller - Education - 1873 - 409 pages
...it is mere natural instruction, but no education at all. It would be worse than giving, as we say, " the play of Hamlet with the part of the Prince of Denmark left out." Religion, then, forms the spirit and essence of all true education. As leaven must be diffused...
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