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leave it an actuality. The law of school-life is therefore the

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Habit and sentimient combined master the world.

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hence we see the importance of fixing right habits and imMORALS IN THE SCHOOLROOM AND IN SOCIETY............211 planting proper sentiments in the young. The duty of givHOW TO KEEP Boys BUSY DURING ARITHMETIC ing attention to this is imperative upon the school, because CLASS..

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