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412 ACADEMY OF LYONS.
" Mrs* Jameson Presents Her Compliments ...
demonstrate to liead workmen , to companies , to manufacturers , to that merchants they oug , that ht women to be requited can or oug proportionatel ht to fulfil such y to and their such services functions and ;
their labors : —this demonstration will not lead us a single step towards the solution of the problem . Woman obeys equally with man and all other things _, the imperious law of Demand to and establish Supply . the
of It the is feminine not wantonl sex , y that , or public with a and view private administrations inferiority employ mi men ht whom hire at they a much pay at lower a hig rate her . rate The , instead very imperfect of women education whom they of g
concur upon woman her , in the ; iving the limited mission to extent man which an of immense the Nature instruction has advantage set which apart over is for her bestowed her in , that all
steep It le is chase therefore g where we are all in elbowing treating each of the other question . opened to necessary
competition and examine b first y the if Academy the education , of L and yons the , to instruction begin from of the woman beginning ought ,
not to be modified in accordance with the very numerous functions which she would be suited to fulfil ; and afterwards to consider the obstacles to fulfil
which meet her in the truly sacred mission which she has in While the bosom waiting of the for famil serious y . investigations to be made upon
manufacturies this important or subject commercial , we think operations that all of the any heads kind , of railroad workshops com- ,
panies profit of , and the competition enterprises , of among all s women orts , mi , by ght reserving avail themselves to them those with
functions An which le has they been are fitted iven by to fulfil the old . Company of St . Germain ,
exampg the and receivers by that ' of offices the Northern others have Railroad been . charged Women with have the been care set of over the
barriers of the line , , a difficult post which puts them in contact with coarse and uncultivated natures , where they have however rendered
useful Such service a beginning precisel we y on desire account to see of generall their sex y . adopted Christian . For sentiment this , it
will which be has necessary inspired that the that Academy generous of Lyons and trul should y penetrate into all mindsandwhat will be of more value , into all hearts . Everyone
must learn , , that work given to the woman , to the young girl , not onl circumstances y assures the its moral material welfare welfare of the and famil that y the , but question , under of many the
, , wages interesting question of at women to once all is both This a question economic solution of and will public social be without , order of which , doubt par the excellence approached solution ; is a
. in it would those papers be still which more the effectuall Academy y wroug of L h yons t out by a just ll who demanded would or and
who could follow that example of which we have spoken above , which has been set by the companies of the Western and Northern
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English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Aug. 1, 1858, page 412, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01081858/page/52/