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38 HOW TO UTILIZE THE POWERS OF WOMEN.
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business Teaching Mo Her sul ability slie was could equal onl to be tlie equalled transaction by the of gravity any kind of her of
. y tonishment demeanour . and She b insp her ired those with and whom skill she realised dealt with immense asperseverance
profits . When , she y had performed all she had undertaken her sole thought was how she might return in the speediest but manner the author . "What of
• was the nature of her investments is not stated ; the work on the bazaars of Shiraz observes that having learned what most wanted in the Southern parts of Persia , she
purwas chased them from the merchants of Syria and Roum , and Egypt and Moroccoand so doubled the gains upon which her husband had
calculated . , Money it is said is a friend both in sickness and in health . In a caravansary at Bagdad , the merchant ' s wife was therethere
informed countries was a physician of that El Hind among of the . the His children travellers complexion of the who was Franks had yellow ali returning ghted , and thoug from , h the far
beyond self . To the him period she of addressed youth he herself was altogether , and said as , " beardless Oh physician as her , I - wealth is
have a master at Shiraz who is a merchant , and his "great . But he Is afflicted with a disease so that all his possessions are of Habisen will
no enable avail you . If to your cure sk him ill in I can the promise science of —for Bocrat I am and his confidential
slave " Lad —that y , " your replied reward the shall physician be great , " I . " am inter what ested is to in be your done
appearance On seeing , I will that go with lie had you pen to etrated Shiraz and throug see h her disguise , she . "
blushed and was confusedand knew not -what to answer ; upon which the stranger said , " , Had I been deceived by your dress it
would have been a bad omen . " comfort "It is . true Take , " that replied purse the and lad be y , content " and your . I am penetration persuaded gives it will me
be a almost proverb But well the with bad p in hysician my his as husband not country would ing on take which at your no all said account money Next that , . remarking " day to the pay p before hysician that there hand joined was is
the caravan as and proceeded pay to Shiraz . . He found that the merchant was of the laboring world under namel a disease the i by no means of his uncommon physicians in , which any part by ygnorance
degrees had broug , ht Mm , to death ' s door , and in a few weeks would have "While despatched his cure him was to in paradise progress but the for merchant . the arrival had related of this to d stranger from the ph the y- .
harem sician the how adventure she had of disguised his wife herself , how , she how she emerge had taken to business , and her studies and her experience , and the great profits
she had gained , , which had made him the wealthiest merchant in all Persia
. 66 " She And is yet nineteen , " observed , " answered the physician the merchant , she is ; young " but you . " have many
like her in your country . "
38 How To Utilize The Powers Of Women.
38 HOW TO UTILIZE THE POWERS OF WOMEN .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), March 1, 1859, page 38, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01031859/page/38/