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" It is generally acknowledged that both Oxford and the country at large suffer greatly from the absence of a body of learned men devoting their lives to the cultivation of science, and to the direction of academical education. "
Nature - Page 173
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 73

1853
...acknowledged," they say, " that both Oxford and the country at large suffer greatly from the absence of a body of learned men devoting their lives to the cultivation of science, and to the direction of academical education. It is felt that the opening of such a career within the University...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

England - 1853
...acknowledged," thev eay, " that both Oxford and the country at large suffer greatly from the absence of a body of learned men devoting their lives to the cultivation of science, and to the direction of academical education. It is felt that the opening of such a career within the University...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 17

1868
...Lincoln | and the Commissioners tell us the English universities are not ; that is to say, corporations " of learned men devoting " their lives to the cultivation of science, " and the direction of academical edu" cation." They are not " boarding i schools for youths," nor clerical seminaries ; but institutions...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 17

1868
...acknowledged that ' both Oxford and the country at large 'suffer greatly from the absence of a ' body of learned men devoting their 'lives to the cultivation of science, 'and to the direction of academical ' education. " The fact that so few books of pro" found research emanate...
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Suggestions on Academical Organisation with Especial Reference to Oxford

Mark Pattison - 1868 - 348 pages
...acknowledged," they say, " that both ^3xford and the country at large suffer greatly from the absence of a body of learned men devoting their lives to the cultivation of science, and to the direction of academical education. It is felt that the opening of such a career within the university...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1870 - 378 pages
...generally acknowledged that both Oxford and the countiy at large suffer greatly from the absence of a body of learned men devoting their lives to the cultivation of science, and to the direction of academical education. " The fact that so few books of profound research emanate...
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Nature, Volume 8

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1873
...nourish. It requires that new vigour should be poured into it, and a new order of workers estiblished within its limits. It requires to be relieved of the...be now composed. To raise the University proper at NATURE the expense of the individual Colleges, has long been a favourite project with academical reformers,...
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Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science

Great Britain - 1875
...Arts, and that the whole residue of these endowments should be applied to maintaining ' a central body of learned men devoting their lives to the cultivation of science and the direction of academical education.' Mr. Pattison has not stated what salary, in his opinion, each such learned person should...
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Select works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1886 - 339 pages
...generally acknowledged that both Oxford and the country at large.suffer greatly from the absence of ab:dy of learned men devoting their lives to the cultivation of science, and to the direction of academical education. " The fact that so few books of profound research emanate...
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Life of Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury, Volume 1

Randall Thomas Davidson, William Benham - Bishops - 1891
...pointed out the loss suffered both by Oxford and the country at large " from the absence of a body of learned men devoting their lives to the cultivation of science and to the direction of Academical education ;" and gave it as their opinion that " for any healthy and...
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