Excerpt from Lecture on the Necessity of the Study of Physiology: Delivered Before the American Institute of Instruction, at Hartford, August 22, 1845
The going to school is so universal among chil dren every one goes so much, as a matter of course, as early as he can be taug... ht to read, and as late as the convenience of the family can spare him from the more active employments of life, and this is done so much from habit, that one hardly stops to find reasons for so doing. And it would seem almost a work of supererogation to ask a child to tell, why or wherefore he thus buffeted with the winter's cold, or sweltered in the summer's heat, as he waded through the snows of January, or toiled beneath the burning sun of August, to the school-house.
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