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" What vast changes, not promotive of the general happiness, would ensue in every station of life, if every female married as soon as she was fully grown ! Certainly human life would in that case have a different aspect, and must be regulated on a new principle,... "
The Fruit of the Spirit: Or, the Christian Graces - Side 118
av Eliza Ann Munroe Bacon - 1842 - 151 sider
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Sacred History of the World Attempted to be Philosophically ..., Volum 2

Sharon Turner - 1834
...teachers and governesses ; and from the lower ranks, nearly all the domestic assistants of our household come. What vast changes, not promotive of the general...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. If from what is beneficial we turn our glance to LETTER " '' Y what is interesting, the single lady...
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The Sacred History of the World: As Displayed in the Creation and ..., Volum 2

Sharon Turner - 1834
...teachers and governesses ; and from the lower ranks, nearly all the domestic assistants of our household come. What vast changes, not promotive of the general...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. If from what is beneficial we turn our glance to what is interesting, the single lady is in this respect...
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The Parterre of fiction, poetry, history [&c.]., Volum 3

1835
...happiness, would ensue in every station of life, if every female married as soon as she was fullygrown ! Certainly human life would, in that case, have a different...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. If from what is beneficial we turn our glance to what is interesting, the single lady is, in this respect,...
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The Monthly Review

1835
...life, if every female married as soon as she was fully grown ! Certainly human life would in that cas* have a different aspect, and must be regulated on...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. " If from what is beneficial we turn our glance to whiit is interesting, the single lady is in this...
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The Sacred History of the World: As Displayed in the Creation and ..., Volum 2

Sharon Turner - 1835
...elemer.'. of social and private happiness as the married one. The utilities of each are difieren!, but both are necessary ; and it is vulgar nonsense, unworthy of manly reason, and discre<3nable to every jnst feeling, for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. If from what...
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The volume of the affections; or, Bridal offering

Thomas Harttree Cornish - 1836 - 510 sider
...different aspect, and must be regulated on a new principle, and would lead to consequences which cannot be calculated. The single woman is, therefore, as...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. If from what is beneficial we turn to what is interesting, the single lady is not surpassed by the...
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My Daughter's Manual: Comprising a Summary View of Female Studies ...

1837 - 288 sider
...general happiness, would ensue in every station of life, if every female married as soon as she was full grown! Certainly human life would, in that case, have...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. If from what is beneficial we turn our glance to what is interesting, the single lady is, in this respect,...
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The Sacred History of the World: Attempted to be Philosophically ..., Volum 2

Sharon Turner - 1838
...teachers and governesses ; and from the lower ranks, nearly all the domestic assistants of our household come. What vast changes, not promotive of the general...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. If from what is beneficial we turn our glance to what is interesting, the single lady is in this respect...
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The Young Lady's Companion: In a Series of Letters

Margaret Coxe - 1839 - 342 sider
...ensue in every station of life, if every female married, as soon as she was fully grown ! Certainly life would in that case have a different aspect, and...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition. " If from what is beneficial we turn our glance to what is interesting, the single lady is in this...
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The Fruit of the Spirit: Or, the Christian Graces

Eliza Ann Munroe Bacon - 1842 - 151 sider
...class of women which supplies most of our teachers and 13* governesses ; and from the lower ranks, 1 nearly all the domestic assistants of our households...for any one to depreciate the unmarried condition.' There—Anna! thou art defended! i English phraseology—wealth is here—or should here be—no standard...
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