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The tractate is described as a very elaborate and learned compilation from the Fathers upon the sanctity of the Sabbath.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
Then there is a commentary on the "Cantica of Avicenna," and a tractate on the "Theriac."
The imperfections include the first leaf, and two leaves in the second chapitre of the fourth tractate, the end is all right.
He realized in the cultivation of himself his definition of education, given in his tractate 'Of Education.
In his Tractate on Education there is not a word on the education of girls, and yet he wanted an intellectual female companion.
LIFE OF JOHN MILTONRICHARD GARNETT
The great defect of this tractate (but its brevity makes178 the defect of less importance) is its singular want of method.
LOCKETHOMAS FOWLER
Milton seemed to like the work of teaching, and it was during this period that his "Tractate" was written.
The little tractate on Mud, for example, recalls to mind some pleasant weeks among the Italian lakes and on the plain of Lombardy.
To come down to another great name, we have Milton's ideal of Education, given in his short Tractate.
PRACTICAL ESSAYSALEXANDER BAIN
Tractate of Education with pagination continuous with Latin Poems.

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