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" that the fate of the child is always the work of his mother,' and the corroborations of it in the case of John Wesley, the Napier family, and many others — much remains to be said for the other side of the question, and examples, such as the second... "
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The Quarterly Review, 119. kötet

1866
...been directly traceable to maternal character and influence — notwithstanding Napoleon's dictum ' that the fate of the child is always the work of his mother,' and the corroborations of it in the case of John Wesley, the Napier family, and many others — much...

The Quarterly Review VOL.119 January & April,1866

The Quarterly Review VOL.119 January & April,1866 - 1866
...Iiren directly traceable to maternal character and influence—notwithstanding Napoleon's dictum ' that the fate of the child is always the work of his mother,' and the corroborations of it in the case of John Wesley, the Napier family, and many others— much...

The Quarterly Review, 119. kötet

1866
...been directly traceable to maternal character and influence — notwithstanding Napoleon's dictum ' that the fate of the child is always the work of his mother,' and the corroborations of it in the case of John Wesley, the Napier family, and many others — much...

The Ladies' Repository, 26. kötet

1866
...have been directly traceable to maternal character and influence — notwithstanding Napoleon's dictum "that the fate of the child is always the work of his mother," and the corroboration of it in the case of John Wesley, the Xapir;1 family, and many others— much...

Mosaics of Human Life

1866 - 305 oldal
...them it feels the glow Of a brighter and sunnier climate Than reaches the trunks below. HW Longfellow. THE fate of the child is always the work of his mother. Napoleon, ANTIPODES. stood looking at Topsy. There stood the two children, representatives of the two...

Manford's Magazine, 31. kötet

1887
...from his mother.'1'' Rev. JWF Ware said—" I do not know that I could quite subscribe to the sayinor of Napoleon, that the fate of the child is always...person or thing has so much to do with the present and future of the child as the mother, and this by necessity and by a law of our being." Dr. Samuel M....

Thoughts that Inspire, 1. kötet

1905
...confess it. — CONFUCIUS. The farmers are the founders of civilization and prosperity. — WEBSTER. The fate of the child is always the work of his mother. —NAPOLEON. The fewer the words the better the prayer. — LUTHER. The finest type of the coming man...

The New England Medical Gazette, 52. kötet

1917
...wide responsibility of educating their children to be the worthy parents of the future. Napoleon said: "The fate of the child is always the work of his mother." She influences more than any one else his emotional and moral nature; she becomes his ideal. In the...

The Railway Conductor, 34. kötet

1917
...opportunity to assist in the development of his character. He has a fixed place in his home. Napoleon said: "The fate of the child is always the work of his mother." If the finances of the family will permit, let them secure a private teacher, and have her work with...




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