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" First, to find out a spacious house and ground about it fit for an academy, and big enough to lodge a hundred and fifty persons, whereof twenty or thereabout may be attendants, all under the government of one who shall be thought of desert sufficient,... "
The American Journal of Education - 第 364 頁
由 編輯 - 1866
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Educational Record, 第 20 卷

1920
...the schools were simply their purveyors, Milton would have neither. His ideal was an academy which " should be at once both School and University, not...remove to any other house of Scholarship, except it be some peculiar Colledge of Law, or Physick, where they mean to be practitioners." What should be taught...
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