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The pursuit of knowledge under difficulties [by G.L. Craik]. - Page 14
by George Lillie Craik - 1845
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Illustrated by Anecdotes, Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - Education - 1830
...instance in the mind of the author, and then directly put in types. This reminds us of what Franklin tells us of Keimer, the first master with whom he served...to write them, for his method was to compose them iu the types directly out of his head ; there being no copy, but one pair of cases, and the elegy probably...
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties, Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - Philosophy - 1830
...of the author, and then directly put in types. This reminds us of -what Franklin tells us of Kcimer, the first master with whom he served at Philadelphia,...who had recently died. " Keimer," says he, " made verse? too, but very indifferently. He could not be said to write them, for his method was to compose...
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Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin, Volume 1

Benjamin Franklin - Statesmen - 1834
...excellent character, much respected in the town, secretary to the assembly, and a pretty poet Keimer of in England. A copy of them happening to fall into the hands of the count compote them in the types directly out of his head ; there being no copy, but one pair of cases, and...
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Illustrated by ..., Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - Self-culture - 1847
...the author, and then directly put in types. This reminds us, of what Franklin tells us, of Keitner, the first master with whom he served, at Philadelphia,...a young poet of the place, who had recently died. " Keiiner," says he, " made verses, too, but very indifferently. He could not be said to write them,...
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The life of Benjamin Franklin

Orville Luther Holley - Statesmen - 1848 - 468 pages
...secretary of the assembly, and a pretty poet." In recounting these incidents Franklin adds, that " Keimer made verses too, but very indifferently. He could not be said to write them ; for his method was to KEIMER HIS CHARACTER. 47 compose them in the types, directly out of his head." As there was no written...
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The Life of Benjamin Franklin

Orville Luther Holley - Statesmen - 1848 - 468 pages
...assembly, and a pretty poet." In recounting these incidents Franklin adds, that " Keimer made vefsos too, but very indifferently. He could not be said to write them ; for his method was to KEIMER HIS CHARACTER. 47 compose them in the types, directly out of his head." As there was no written...
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The Select Works of Benjamin Franklin: Including His Autobiography

Benjamin Franklin, Epes Sargent - Statesmen - 1853 - 488 pages
...excellent character, much respected in the town, secretary to the Assembly, and a pretty poet. Keimer made verses too, but very indifferently. He could not be said to write them, for his method was to coinpose them in the types directly out of his head. There being no copy, but one pair of cases, and...
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties

George L. Craik - Self-culture - 1858
...instance in the mind of the author, and then directly put in types. This reminds us of what Franklin tells us of Keimer, the first master with whom he served...too, but very indifferently. He could not be said to vrite them, for his method was to compose them in the types directly out of his head : there being...
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Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Its Pleasures and Rewards ..., Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - Self-culture - 1858
...instance in the mind of the author, and then directly put in types. This reminds us of what Franklin tells us of Keimer, the first master with whom he served...Philadelphia, whom he found, on being introduced to him, em ployed in printing an elegy on a young poet of the place who had recently died. " Keimer," says...
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Benjamin Franklin, His Autobiography: With a Narrative of His Public Life ...

Benjamin Franklin, Horatio Hastings Weld - Statesmen - 1859 - 549 pages
...excellent character, much respected in the town, secretary to the Assembly, and a pretty poet. Keimer made verses too, but very indifferently. He could not be said to ivrite them, for his method was to compose them in the types directly out of his head. There being...
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