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without , objection . , although American slaveowners were among the passengers College Miss in Remond . Bedford An ausp is S now _qLi icious are ( , May London omen , 1861 ! , availin ) a g student herself at with the of ardor Ladies liberal of '
her education long-soug . She ht opportunity intends lecturing for reap upon ing the slavery advantage as often s as a opporland
tunity presents itself during her remaining stay in Eng .
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v ' _..-.. . . 0 A SUMMARY OF BOOKSPAMPHLETS , A _2 _TD EEPOKTS . , Self " How -Culture to . Learn A Practical ? " " WHen Answer to to Learn the Questions ? " By — John " What R . Beard to Learn , D . D ? .
Simpkin , Marshall , and Co . This is the first volume of Dr . Beard ' s manuals for the self-taught , to the
just and and means is and full liberal of of learning genial views advice , of and the the and author different practical are studies sug clearl _-gestions y to established be pursued as . in ways The the
following "As yet extract I have said from nothing Section ; specificall "VII . y of the education of women . My distinctions between the Man
reason general and woman is aptitudes that have I do one and not human wants like , factitious which nature often vary in common very differences little . That whether b nature etween their sexes has male possessor . certain and is male femaleThere are greater
male the the also two one be than is oug or good between ht to for to receive . male the irls . other a and common The . fem general Consequentl ale educational . On course the y th disci gro at of und which p instruction _line of . boy a What common s learn and is good mental should nature for taugg
led disciplin of e their ought own to be frame open and as much faculties to desirable the one as for the young other men . Is ? a not know less - desirable ge 'is it for young women ? . onfer Would the you streng benefit then the the mind mind of of your
daug son licable b hter y mathematical . to In females general reading as let well the as whole c males of . what It same will I hence have said _appear on be that understood I have your no as app
word of commendation for the practice of some parents , who , while anxious to satisfied give their with boys something the best quite educational inferior for advantage their reverb girls s erations they . The can of feeling that comman contempt 1 is a d relic , are
for C of hurch a woman semi even -barb which with arous the heathenism age aid . It of is its one bequeathed Head of the has last not to yet the had Church self- , denial and whi enoug ch h the to
part unless with it , and als cast o good away enoug . ' h Good for a enoug boy , . h for Boy and girl , g ' irl as need the p the hrase best is . educa ! N * ot -
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), June 1, 1861, page 275, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01061861/page/59/