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The Cities Of The Past. [Reprinted From ...
all other Especiall modes y does of stud it y seem , to fit desirable themselves that for women their proper should par seek t in , b sharing y these and the lives
progress of human thought in our age . Too often have their limited , " their bcircum scope st of ances vision and narro the wed timid artificiall conservatism y by education which , as seems well a as" naturall t of the y
femal y e ' temperament , too often have all these causes made women par the truth champions But the anti task quated , to which prejudices they are , the called cruel is enemies the of opposit every e newl of all y-born this
Women . ought to be the torch-bearers in the pageant very of humanity , lighting . men onward in their noble pursuit of truth . Hitherto they have represented
which only the wears _principles the garb of of sp faith iritual , but carefulness is in truth , of full of timidity injurious in doubts religious and things fears . iration
not largest Hereafter in the and th lessons widest ey must of human become the sympathies the representatives and , and the schoolroom of faith of healthful in its but real asp in those sense , eternal ; faith the _, nursery
have verities every been lesser of permitted the truth Divine is a to path existence close to our lead and doors us love up and . and The sit ri ni cowering ghteousness ght , is past over towards when the li it which mi hts ght of
our tapers . It is a pitiful thing to see women , rising up -now in the dawning g
anyone day only to " draw Behold down the the morning blinds ! and " shut the casement whenever they hear
Notices Of Books. 59*
NOTICES OF BOOKS . 59 *
More Stories. By Julia 25 Goddard 3 Pate...
More Stories . By Julia 25 Goddard 3 Paternoster . London How . : Arthur Hall and Co .,
fu A l delightful ltoldThoug book of the Fairy boo - k tales as , prettil ts nam y e conce implies ived and a sor grace t o - f
continuation y . of Miss _Gf-oddard , ' s former one" Karl , and the Six Little Dwarfs" and contains freuent allus , ions to
previouslmentioned be well ; characters understood , and even incidents b q those , yet who , on have the wh not ole had , it can the y
good very fortune to meet with its predecessor y . It is just the book to read aloud to a circle of little ones tired withlafor while
it is one which a group of children would he sure , py to , listen to with scarce breathless lless relish interest the bits , the of older covert reader humour would which enjoy with out
slily he y re and there , and the touches of tender pathos occasion peep - throug bewildered ally thrown hout " a in Student . littl The e beyond of story Hermans of juvenile the tadt self " - capacity absorbed goes , perhaps thoug metap , h nearl hysic the y -
p youngest leasantly mi conveyed , ght take in such the descri a lesson ption as of the the one home , for , in instance which , he so
lived in the narrow street ; —So narrowthat from the projecting stories on either sideyou
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not much difficulty in going more than half way to show . " for The something last Story else wherein resigned the , witch and the grants loving desires wife in barters exchange her healthis
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English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), March 1, 1864, page 59, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01031864/page/59/