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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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The Accomplished Lady: Or, Strictures on the Modern System of Female ...

Hannah More - Women - 1838 - 428 pages
...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, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1846
...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 the...
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Acts of Saint Mary Magdalene Considered: In a Series of Discourses

Henry Stretton - 1848 - 414 pages
...furnish to the rectification of her principles and the formation of lier habits. The great uses of study are to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be useful to others. " To woman, therefore, whatever be her rank, I would recommend a predominance of...
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English Literature of the Nineteenth Century ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1851 - 746 pages
...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 In the...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1852
...rectifica, tion 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 good of others. To woman, therefore, whatever be her rank, I would recommend a...
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English Literature of the Nineteenth Century: On the Plan of the Author's ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1857 - 785 pages
...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 Family friend [ed. by R.K. Philp]., Volume 4

Robert Kemp Philp
...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 lier own mind, and to be instrumental to the...
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The World of Hannah More

Patricia Demers - Biography & Autobiography
...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 woman are to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be instrumental to the good...
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Daily Life in 18th-century England

Kirstin Olsen - History - 1999 - 395 pages
...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. The great uses of study are to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be useful to others. 25 More also...
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British Society 1680-1880: Dynamism, Containment and Change

Richard Price - History - 1999 - 349 pages
...nor in any learned profession; but it is to come out in conduct. The great uses of study to a woman are to enable her to regulate her own mind, and to be instrumental to the good of others. 37 Here was a curious inversion. Men's learning was bookish, otherworldly;...
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