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Open Council. 69
OPEN COUNCIL . 69
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Madam I think , it will be interesting ( and encouraging to you and to the readers Life of Elizabeth Black
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without has taken its root results and in it France is well . th Here at is and one of the subscribers seeds cast and sup , porters should know of , itand take heart you to continue your your efforts . The letter of
advice to students , , by Elizabeth Blackwell , has also been translated , and will I should shortly have appear thought . Aliers would have been the last lace in the world
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student Bolid good has same sense a very and fair s excellent chance . mental When capacity the Minister may bring of Instruction _sticcess to be , this of admitted ; _France young
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Maternite at Parisand take the degree of Sage-e , try Perejac way against _afterwards —by , for thinking some for a sage regular that le , -femm the that medical e author of road well education of should -known a little be ; science but book tro this dden on and the the by repute asp Health those irant , alread like has of Infancy decided Madlle y hal . f
Minister has which some has will been strong examp app couronne eal reasons to , the by for Emperor the her Societe course himself de of . Medicine action , and d'Alger if . refused The asp by irant the , the of Natural
the History A lifetime lady here , an of ; excellent she her is husban the naturalist widow d of the , is the true custodian founder partner of of of the all museum Museum his studies , and and during the
was as companion he himself in and his the scientific Government expeditions have ; been indeed wise she and was just as good in their a naturalist
appointment . I am , not sure that we should meet with sucli justice in England . Tours obediently ,
B . S . Bodichon ,
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), March 1, 1864, page 69, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01031864/page/69/