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" to the rectification of her principles, and the formation of her habits. The great ufes of ftudy are to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be ufeful to others. To woman, therefore, whatever be her rank, I would recommend a predominance of "
Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education: With a View of the ... - Page 6
by Hannah More - 1799 - 322 pages
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Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education: With a View ..., Volume 2

Hannah More - Monastic religious life of women - 1799
...books, not fo much to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement fhe derives from them to the rectification of her principles, and the formation...regulate her own mind, and to be ufeful to others." .. ._ _ . . -To" woman therefore, whatever be her tank, I would recommend a predominance of tftofe...
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The Anti-Jacobin Review and Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Volume 4

Literature, Modern - 1800
...books, not fo much to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement (he derives from them to the rectification of her principles, and the formation...regulate her own mind, and to be ufeful to others." VOL. n. PI " Whence, but by carefully preferving the original marks of difference ftamped by the hands...
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America and Her Resources: Or, A View of the Agricultural, Commercial ...

John Bristed - Economic history - 1818 - 504 pages
...books, not so much as to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement which they furnish to the rectification of her principles, and the formation of her habits. The great uses of study to a woman are, to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be instrumental to the...
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America and Her Resources: Or, A View of the Agricultural, Commercial ...

John Bristed - Economic history - 1818 - 504 pages
...books, not so much as to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement which they furnish to the rectification of her principles, and the formation of her habits. The great uses of study to a woman are, to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be instrumental to the...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life

Hannah More - 1827
...best books, not so much toenahlf her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement which they furnish, to the rectification of her principles and the formation of her habits. The great uses of study to a woman are to enable her to regulate her own mind. and to be instrumental to the...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 2

Education - 1827
...shine, but to act. She is to read books, not to talk of them, but to bring the improvement they furnish, to the rectification of her principles and the formation of her habits. The great uses of" study are to enable her to regulate her own mind and to be useful to others. A sound economy...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 5

Hannah More - English literature - 1830
...best books, not so much to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement which they furnish to the rectification of her principles and the formation of her habits. The great uses f study to a woman are to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be instrumental to the good...
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The Works of Hannah More in Eleven Volumes

Hannah More - Children - 1830
...best books, not so much to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement which they furnish to the rectification of her principles and the formation of her habits. The great uses of study to a woman are to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be instrumental to the...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1832
...best hooks, not so much to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement which they furnish, to the rectification of her principles and the formation of her habits. The great uses of study to a woman are to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be instrumental to tho...
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THE CHRISTIAN'S PENNY MAGAZINE

the christians - 1836
...books, not so much to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the improvement she derives from them to the rectification of her principles, and the formation of her habits." But where do we find the female thus anxious to improve herself? where the mother, thus solicitous...
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