Franklin

MLA

Zincke, F. Barham. How Much Longer Are We to Continue Teaching Nothing More Than What Was Taught Two Or Three Centuries Ago? Or, Ought Not Our Highest Education to Embrace the Whole Range of Our Present Knowledge?: And, Ought Not the Education of All Classes to Have a Direct Reference to the Wants of Our Free, Busy, and Enlightened Age?. London: J. Hatchard and Son, 1850.

APA

Zincke, F. Barham. (1850). How much longer are we to continue teaching nothing more than what was taught two or three centuries ago? or, Ought not our highest education to embrace the whole range of our present knowledge?: and, ought not the education of all classes to have a direct reference to the wants of our free, busy, and enlightened age?. London: J. Hatchard and Son.

Chicago

Zincke, F. Barham How Much Longer Are We to Continue Teaching Nothing More Than What Was Taught Two Or Three Centuries Ago? Or, Ought Not Our Highest Education to Embrace the Whole Range of Our Present Knowledge?: And, Ought Not the Education of All Classes to Have a Direct Reference to the Wants of Our Free, Busy, and Enlightened Age?. London: J. Hatchard and Son, 1850.