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" No in-door household work is repugnant to a modest and sensible woman. The shuttle and the needle are only the... "
Brief History of the Condition of Women: In Various Ages and Nations - Page 149
by Lydia Maria Child - 1845
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China, Its Costume, Arts, Manufactures, &c, Volumes 3-4

Breton (M., Jean Baptiste Joseph) - 1813
...a fire, of which those who are not near enough to see the flames, are sure to perceive the smoke. " Employment is the guardian of female innocence : do...work of her cares ; and it is her glory, either to attend a sick person, or to prepare a repast, " The pearls and precious stones, the silk and gold,...
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Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography, Analytical ...

1813
...a tire, of which those who are not near enough to see the flames, are sure to perceive the smoke. " Employment is the guardian of female innocence : do...work of her cares ; and it is her glory, either to attend a sick person, or to prepare a repast. " The pearls and precious stones, the silk and gold,...
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China: Its Costume, Arts, Manufactures, &c, Volume 4

Breton (M., Jean Baptiste Joseph) - 1813
...a fire, of which those who are not near enough to see the flames, are sure to perceive the smoke. " Employment is the guardian of female innocence : do...work is repugnant to a modest and sensible woman. Tlie shuttle and the needle are only the occupation of her leisure; the neatness of her house is the...
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The Analectic Magazine, Volume 1

1813
...a fire, of which those who are uot near enough to see the flames, are sure to perceive the smoke. " Employment is the guardian of female innocence : do...and the last undressed all the year round. "• No in-cloor household work is repugnant to a modest and sensible woman. The shuttle and the needle are...
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The Polyanthos

1814
...is a fire, of which those who are not near enough to see the flames, are sure to perceive the smoke. Employment is the guardian of female innocence : do...sensible woman. The shuttle and the needle are only the inoccupation of her leisure c the neatness of her house is the •work of her cares ; and it is her...
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The Weekly Monitor, Entertaining and Instructive: Designed to be ..., Volume 1

1817 - 214 pages
...them,' whilst men sink under such tame calamities, and degenerate into helpless and peevish ropiners. Employment is the guardian of female innocence : do...dressed and the last undressed all the year round. He, whose soul reposes on his firm trust in God, like the halcy-. on that builds on the waves, if storms...
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The American Farmer

John S. Skinner - 1829
...a fire, of which those who are not near enough to see the flames, are sure to perceive the smoke." "Employment is the guardian of female innocence: do not allow women time to be idle; let them be the irst dressed and the last undressed the year round." SPORTING* OLIO. (Items from late English papers.)...
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The History of the Condition of Women, in Various Ages and Nations, Volume 1

Lydia Maria Child - 1835
...which he stands in full dress, ready to receive her. He eagerly opens the palanquin and examines Ijis bargain. If he is pleased, she enters his dwelling,...first dressed, and the last undressed, all the year found." " No in-door household work is repugnant to a modest and sensible woman. The shuttle and the...
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The Story of My Life: Or, The Sunshine and Shadow of Seventy Years

Mary Ashton Rice Livermore - 1897 - 730 pages
...guardian of female innocence," wrote one of the Chinese teachers; "do not allow women for a moment to be idle. Let them be the first dressed, and the...and sensible woman. The shuttle and the needle are to be the sole occupations of her leisure; the neatness of her house shall be her pride ; and it shall...
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The Story of My Life or the Sunshine and Shadow of Seventy Years

Mary A Livermore - 1897
...guardian of female innocence," wrote one of the Chinese teachers; "do not allow women for a moment to be idle. Let them be the first dressed, and the...and sensible woman. The shuttle and the needle are to be the sole occupations of her leisure; the neatness of her house shall be her pride ; and it shall...
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