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Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education: With a View of ..., Bind 1
Ingen forhåndsvisning - 2015
acquiring admiration affections amiable amusements apostles arts beauty Brantome called character Christ Christian consider corruption danger daughters degree divine divine grace doctrine duty elegant error evil excellence excite exercise exertions exhibit faith fashion faults favour feel female flattering foolish pleasures furnish genius genius of Christianity Gospel gratification habits happiness heart holy honour human humility idea indolence indulgence instance instruction irreligion judgment kind knowledge labour learning less libertine ligion live LORD HALIFAX manners marriage means mind moral nature neglect ness never object observed panegyric panegyrists passions perhaps persons piety pleasure ples Plutarch practice praise pray prayer principle quiring real genius religion religious SAMUEL WEST Saviour Scripture sense society soul spirit superior talents taste temper tender Thalestris thing tion tism true truth vanity vice virtue woman women worldly young ladies youth
Side 89 - And we know that the Son of God is come, and hath given us an understanding, that we may know him that is true ; and we are in him that is true, even in his Son Jesus Christ. This is the true God, and eternal life.
Side 109 - Behold, I cry out of wrong, but I am not heard : I cry aloud, but there is no judgment.
Side 4 - I would call on them to come forward, and contribute their full and fair proportion towards the saving of their country. But I would call on them to come forward, without departing from the refinement of their character, without derogating from the dignity of their rank, without blemishing the delicacy of their sex : I would call them to the best and most appropriate exertion of their power, to raise the depressed tone of public morals, and to awaken the drowsy spirit of religious principle.
Side 37 - ... is fair, and just, and honourable to effect it ; that they scorn to attain the most desired end by any but the most lawful means. The beauty of simplicity is indeed so intimately felt and generally acknowledged by all who have a true...
Side 100 - ... in the right, so they are as seldom to be convinced that they are in the wrong ; it being all one to go about to draw those men out of their mistakes who have no settled notions, as to dispossess a vagrant of his habitation, who has no settled abode.
Side 50 - Most men are commonly destined to some profession, and their minds are consequently turned each to its respective object. Would it not be strange if they were called out to exercise their profession, or to set up their trade, with only a little general knowledge of the trades and professions of all other men, and without any previous definite application to their own peculiar calling? The profession of ladies, to which the bent of their instruction should be turned, is that of daughters, wives, mothers,...
Side 141 - A sound economy is a sound understanding brought into action : it is calculation realized ; it is the doctrine of proportion reduced to practice ; it is foreseeing consequences and guarding against them ; it is expecting contingencies and being prepared for them.
Side 88 - What is man that he should be clean, and he that is born of a woman that he should be righteous...
Side 51 - ... and not an artist : it is not merely a creature who can paint, and play, and sing, and draw, and dress, and dance ; it is a being who can comfort and counsel him; one who can reason, and reflect, and feel, and judge, and discourse, and discriminate; one who can assist him in his affairs, lighten his...