The function I perform on this paper is hardly that of instructor
in a school of journalism.
Although schoolmistresses' letters are to be trusted no more nor less than churchyard epitaphs; yet, as it sometimes happens that a person departs this life who is really deserving of all the praises the stone cutter carves over his bones; who IS a good Christian, a good parent, child, wife, or husband; who actually DOES leave a disconsolate family to mourn his loss; so in academies of the male and female sex it occurs every now and then that the pupil is fully worthy of the praises bestowed by the disinterested instructor
I believe that for one moment the shrewd instructor
was taken in, but as I reached the steps I heard him asking his pupils whether any of them had seen any bicycles outside.
how infinite and inexpressible a blessing it is that the knowledge of God, and of the doctrine of salvation by Christ Jesus, is so plainly laid down in the Word of God, so easy to be received and understood, that, as the bare reading the Scripture made me capable of understanding enough of my duty to carry me directly on to the great work of sincere repentance for my sins, and laying hold of a Saviour for life and salvation, to a stated reformation in practice, and obedience to all God's commands, and this without any teacher or instructor
, I mean human; so the same plain instruction sufficiently served to the enlightening this savage creature, and bringing him to be such a Christian as I have known few equal to him in my life.
Whether,' said Gradgrind, pondering with his hands in his pockets, and his cavernous eyes on the fire, 'whether any instructor
or servant can have suggested anything?
We had had the best instructors
in drawing and painting in Germany--Ha"mmerling, Vogel, Mu"ller, Dietz, and Schumann.
Between his father and Hareton, what playmates and instructors
It speedily appeared, that if the knight was not a complete master of the minstrel art, his taste for it had at least been cultivated under the best instructors
I knew the judgment which others had formed of me; and I did not find that I was considered inferior to my fellows, although there were among them some who were already marked out to fill the places of our instructors
Nothing was more common in the Middle Ages than these learned animals, which amazed people greatly, and often led their instructors
to the stake.
During the time that I had charge of the Indians and the night-school at Hampton, I pursued some studies myself, under the direction of the instructors
We sent our young men out as instructors
to every nation of the federation, and the movement had reached colossal proportions before the Mahars discovered it.