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" But young ladies, who ought only to have such a general tincture of knowledge as to make them agreeable companions to a man of sense... "
Woman's Work in America - Página 28
editado por - 1891 - 457 páginas
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The Works of Anna Lætitia Barbauld: With a Memoir, Volumen1

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1825 - 814 páginas
...they should apply to it as such. But young ladies, who ought only to have such a general tincture xvm of knowledge as to make them agreeable companions to a man of sense, and to enable them to find rational entertainment for a solitary hour, should gain these accomplishments...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Volumen10

1826
...their ardour: — it is their business, and they should apply to it as such. But young ladies, who ought only to have such a general tincture of knowledge...make them agreeable companions to a man of sense, and to enable them to find rational entertainment for a solitary hour, should gain these accomplishments...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volumen10

1826
...their ardour : — it is their business, and they should apply to it as such. But young ladies, who ought only to have such a general tincture of knowledge...make them agreeable companions to a man of sense, and to enable them to find rational entertainment for a solitary hour, should gain these accomplishments...
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Remarks on the United States of America: With Regard to the Actual State of ...

Henry Duhring - 1833 - 209 páginas
...experience and judgment in this matter are above all doubts and praises. " Young ladies," she says, " ought only to have such a general tincture of knowledge...make them agreeable companions to a man of sense, and to enable them to find rational entertainment for a solitary hour. The thefts of knowledge in our sex...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volumen7

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1825
...their ardour :— it is their business, and they should apply to it as such. But young ladies, who ought only to have such a general tincture of knowledge...make them agreeable companions to a man of sense, and to enable them to find rational entertainment for a solitary hour, should gain these accomplishments...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen64

1889
...expressing the same doubt regarding the notion of enlarging the sphere of feminine acquirements : '' Young ladies ought only to have such a general tincture...knowledge as to make them agreeable companions to men of sense ; " and the best mode of gaining such knowledge was. she considered, by means of conversation...
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A MEMOIR OF MRS. ANNA LAETITIA BARBAULD, WITH MANY OF HER LETTERS

GRACE A. ELLIS - 1874
...call up their ardor. It is their business, and they should apply to it as such. But young ladies, who ought only to have such a general tincture of knowledge...make them agreeable companions to a man of sense, and to enable them to find rational amusement for a solitary hour, should gain these accomplishments in...
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Life and letters. v.2. Selected works

Grace Atkinson Oliver - 1874
...call up their ardor. It is their business, and they should apply to it as such. But young ladies, who ought only to have such a general tincture of knowledge...make them agreeable companions to a man of sense, and to enable them to find rational amusement for a solitary hour, should gain these accomplishments in...
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A Happy Half-century: And Other Essays

Agnes Repplier, l858-l950 Repplier - 1908 - 249 páginas
...On this point she had no doubts, and no reserves. " Young ladies," she wrote, " ought to have only such a general tincture of knowledge as to make them agreeable companions to a man of sense, and to enable them to find rational entertainment for a solitary hour. They should gain these accomplishments...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen64

1889
...expressing the same doubt regarding the notion of enlarging the sphere of feminine acquirements : '' Young ladies ought only to have such a general tincture...knowledge as to make them agreeable companions to men of sense ; " and the best mode of gaining such knowledge was, she considered, by means of conversation...
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