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Hebrew Children. Poetic Illustrations Of...
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To the Editor of the English Woman ' s Journal , Madam ,
tunities many " Doroth I rej of oice for y the " to observing that public lear the n from academies plan a favorable the of interesting educating of Scotland result boys communication , and and with girls , so together of far your as she corresp is had pursued ondent oppor in
circumstance she That not this intended may that be them nature expected , to associates be from traine the boys d together system . and , g we irls , we may in may the surel same presume y infer famil from that y . Had the the
Mr relationshi . and Mrs p of . Brown brother were and sister blessed would with never sturd have sons existed alone , and Mr . that and while Mrs . Jones Where would the nave education rejoiced of the only two in the sexes possession together y of does blo not oming succeed , daughters I believe .
, in failure which will the be princi found ple to has proceed been acted from upon the incomp , not from lete any or inj unsoundness udicious manner in the
princi opportunities Any ple rem itself ark of . s upon observing this subj the e practical ct from those working of your of the readers system who of associated have had and would tend to diminish that
education , would be of value , perhaps evils arbitrary not separation the least of of boys them and being girls that in it earl prevents y life which the sexes causes from so many ever
acquiring , a just appreciation of each other ' s character . , Your obedient servant ,
December 23 rd , 1858 . F .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Feb. 1, 1859, page 426, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01021859/page/66/