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The Order Of The Hospitals Of Henry Viii...
Ye sh . aU also carefully and diligently oversee , keep , and govern all those tender babes and yonglings that shall be committed
to your charge , and the saine holsomly _, cleanely , and swetely noorish and bringe up . And in like manner shall ye keepe your
wardes and every part thereof swete and cleane . Ye shall alsoto avoid all idlenesswhen your charge and care of
, , me kep n ing din the 1 of children shetsor is som paste e ot , occup ver ie tuous yourselves exercise in such spinnin as g , sewin shall g , yow
be appointed g unto , . , Ye snail not resortor suffer any man to resort to yowbefore yow
have declared the same , to the almoners or matron of , this howse , and have obtayned lycence and favor so to doe .
Ye shall at lawful times , according to such order as is and shall be taken in this house , be within your wardes and places of lodging ,
and se that all your children before they be brought to bed , be "washed and cleane , and immediately after every of yow shall goe to
your bed , and not to sit up any longer , and once every night arise and se that the children be coveredfor taking of colde .
, Theis are the especial partes of your charge , _whiche ye shall endeavour every of yourselves with all your powers to observe and
keep ; or els ye shall not only remaine under the correction and punishment that shall be thought meeteby the discretion of the
, governors ; but also to be expulsed and banished this howse for ever . And -whatsoever faults ye shall perceave by any other officers in this
howse , the same ye shall declare unto the governors , and not otherwise medle or make , but in your owne busines .
JVoorthouck s History of London ,
126 Facts And Scraps.
126 FACTS AND SCRAPS .
The Mental And Personal Qualifications O...
THE MENTAL AND PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS OF A WIFE .
Great good nature , and a prudent generosity . A lively look , a proper spirit , and a cheerful disposition .
A good person , but not perfectly beautiful . Of a moderate height .
With regard to complexion , not quite fair , but a-little brown . Young by all means .
Old by no means _JVimico tenuitatis ? Minime .
A decent share of common sense , just tinctured with a little seasonable reparteeand a small modicum of wit ; but no learning
, , no learning , I say again and again , ( either ancient or modern , ) upon any consideration whatever .
Weft In spelling but not a criticall little "becoming y skilled in deficiency her own ; tongue and in . the doctrine of
punctuation ( or what is generally cajled stopping ) by no means
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), April 1, 1860, page 126, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01041860/page/54/