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" When it happens, which is not often the case, that a girl has grown up to womanhood without having previously been betrothed, her lover must gain her own approbation, as well as that of... "
Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa,: Volume I. With an entirely new ... - Page 59
by William John Burchell - 1824
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1824
...consulting the wishes (even if she had any) of the daughter. They are made by offering them a leathern hag, or some similar article, which, if accepted, ratifies...previously been betrothed, her lover must gain her own approhation, as well as that of the parents ; and on this occasion his attentions are received with...
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My Daughter's Book: Containing a Selection of Approved Readings in ...

Anthologies - 1834 - 482 pages
...They are made by offering them a leathern bag, or some similar article, which, if accepted, ratifies the match. I saw at this kraal several mothers who...must gain her own approbation, as well as that of her parents ; and on this occasion his attentions are received with an affectation of great alarm and...
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The Principles of Sociology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Sociology - 1884
...they should lose their reputation for modesty." Like behaviour is shown by Bushmen girls. When — " a girl has grown up to womanhood without having previously...the parents ; and on this occasion his attentions aro received with an affectation of great alarm and disinclination on her part, and with some squabbling...
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The History of Human Marriage

Edward Westermarck - Marriage - 1894 - 644 pages
...authority, with which he would dispose of a cow." 1 And, among the Hottentots 2 and Bushmans,3 when a girl has grown up to womanhood without having previously been betrothed, her lover must gain her approbation, as well as that of the parents. In works by ancient writers we find statements of the...
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Principles of Sociology, Volume 1, Part 2

Herbert Spencer - Sociology - 1896
...they should lose their reputation for modesty." Like behaviour is shown by Bushmen girls. When — " a girl has grown up to womanhood without having previously...are received with an affectation of great alarm and disinelination on her part, and with some squabbling on the part of her friends." Again, among the...
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Principles of Sociology

Herbert Spencer - Social sciences - 1896
...their reputation for modesty." Like behaviour is shown by Bushmen girls. When— " a girl has grown np to womanhood without having previously been betrothed,...must gain her own approbation, as well as that of the pareuts ; and on this oceasion his atteutious are received with an affectation of great alarm and disinclination...
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Primitive Love and Love-stories

Henry Theophilus Finck - Love - 1899 - 851 pages
...with her parents only, and without ever cnnsiMbu) the wishes (eren if the had any) of the daughter. When it happens, which is not often the case, that a girl has grown lip to womanhood without having bc-en betrothed, her lover must gain her approbation a* well at that...
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Primitive Love and Love-stories

Henry Theophilus Finck - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 1899 - 851 pages
...with her parents only, and without ever consulting Ihr wishes (tven if the hail any) nf the daughter. When it happens, which is not often the case, that a girl has !;ro\vn up to womanhood without having been betrothed, her lover must j;ain her approbation as wtlt...
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The History of Human Marriage

Edward Westermarck - Families - 1901 - 644 pages
...authority, with which he would dispose of a cow." l And, among the Hottentots2 and Bushmans,3 when a girl has grown up to womanhood without having previously been betrothed, her lover must gain her approbation, as well as that of the parents. In works by ancient writers we find statements of the...
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