On this page
- Text (2)
Note: This text has been automatically extracted via Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software. The text has not been manually corrected and should not be relied on to be an accurate representation of the item.
Additionally, when viewing full transcripts, extracted text may not be in the same order as the original document.
To The Editor Of The English Woman's Jou...
last for In time the twice " husband saving as long , not w who ith onl , watchful finding y nine , no but care cheerful the . Think actual hearth , too garment , of , others no the meal uncomfortable itself similarl prepared , -winch situated would at home his
and arrival there , saunters probabl to y the consumes public- a house pretty , with large a scor proportion e of of the earning y s of the , daybesides imbibing with his adulterated beer an amount of moral evil
fellow which , - no laborer figures and could drinks represent with him . It but often we happens will take that the the system wife _follows at its best her
returns Can and suppose virtuousl that imag y after ine to her she her home long have to try day strength , and _' s toil remed , or heat y , the irit noise evils to , do the of her so factory without long absence woman such .
children extreme any . fati one If gue left as at must home tell can alone on her or health under and the care life sp ? of Then some , poor too , think little of elder her
li at sister ghted coroners , as paper is ' mostl _inquests , or y quench the to case see their , what they thirst , p they lay from with do spouts , and matches then of boiling , you or make will tea-kettles onl sparks y hundreds know . Look with a
tithe of the mischiefbecause for one who dies of such accidents , and are . maimed ill-health , inj to ured the , , laborer weakene whose d for life vi , and stands consider him how for costl dail y is bread weakness ! In gor food y administered
been factory the to infants same crammed to way obli give how ged with it much to a hasty wait disease till meal the to , is thoug engendered allay nursing h its it hunger may mother by ~ improper be can asleep The run moral or home have , influence from recentl the of y
some mess . pages the covets neg ; for but lected immediate I hope home I upon have said the onl children enoug leads h to to as prove greater they that grow _requirements the older small would sum and the alone that mother the fill
ladies that to who economise visit such her homes use husband , would y ' s earnings act kindl by y working by setting the at p home lainl master , , y nursing before her her ,
than forts children earning and and keep teaching ing little his home them clean their to spend and duty cheerful , great attending deal , is a to much I am more " convinced certain ' s" that _saving com it
could be proved a from money their own statements a in actual . figures , by keeping would account this of their even expenditure be a fair test for as three the benefits months , and under evils the of two either systems course . Nor end
neither in three nor in twelve , monthsnor in this life at all . , u . > I remainMadam ,
, Yours sincerely ,
H . D .
Open Council. 141
OPEN COUNCIL . 141
V To The Editor Of The English Woman's J...
v To the Editor of the English Woman ' s Journal .
Madam , proclaim rather I fear be the an expected evil poor imp young from lies a those girls belief ' advocates who that have it is are remediable been not third first advancing , to letter and perceive a merel their suggestion , _caiise than asserts . from may To *
the those shields first who . thoug I are believe h learning one exhibits both its this existence the party bright . and Yet , the the the other one the respondent dark metal consider to y . bear I would true as
there fain ( pitiable rub is , a ) up g more irls a little ? excellent I should gleam way say on : with yet the , as latter A . they S . . , those and "Whom their who guardians shall do not we even are ome know in bookish accord poor that , of to eitherThen there are s
girls there , is who no perhap point s prefe leverage r reading mov to e other past . ime , or to any work , and have
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Oct. 1, 1859, page 141, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01101859/page/69/