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that juries and coroners now appeal to the sex to cease their subornation of murder
fash How ion . abjectl is it to y be , we done are ? some ld , because ask . Our they country have a women horror of are appearing apt to follow inde a - about external i
pendent in their judgment appearances , and of earnng the dre name adful of be stren ing gth " stron of g mind -minded it must women require . " Has to it never hold occurred a fashion to them which what will
inevitably cause the death by torture of a certain number up of persons before the end of the year ? We are told that the imag ied inations b of women idea are too should strong
rather for their sa jud y that gment it ; is and from that defect they of are imag carr ination away that y they an err . in We this case . I if th they ey could could once once encounter a girl in the the little agonies procession of burning c , arry and in liear g him a child her under shri to ek the the s ;
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lionth sape de gown gree for any more such intolerable spectacles . But who is to move ? There are ladiesand not a verfewwho have throuhout declined making
themselves foolish , and mischievous y , there are millowners g who have interdicted crinoline in their factories , , and hospital who authorit will introduce ies -who insist on
rational and inoffensive dress in the wards . But a change in exhibited S p urel laces y of we the less may extreme grave look occupation of for that this to — an the at home first er , fashion lad and y in in the scenes and land it must of . public She naturall has resort nevex be ? :
a consideration with her that whatever y mode she adopts , will be exaggerated y han by others insleeve . " When catching her daug the hter flame was as on she fire was , some sealing year a s letter since , th from e Queen her
adopted gg in the royal laundry the mode of starching muslins which , prevents their burnindanerousland in multitudes of private houses the example
has been followed g . g If it y had , been as well known in America the house of the dancers poet Long Ph fel iladel low wo hia uld whose not now fate have has s been hocked deso us late all , and wou the ld have six ba been
lletliving expressl still y , . the If fashion the p Queen of , hoop were s which known renders to discountenance it the but evil too , would easy , practical to immediatel set women ly and
and disappear children from on our fire drawing , and impossible -rooms— to presentl put it y out after , from the farmhouse , the y shop , and the schoolroom—and ere h long from i the t kitchen countr and the
workthat res so house as po sh ns to . o ib b uld Meantime ili e t read y be y ich to , a we follow coroner trust to the act 's they jury royal without will as examp , o p it f their nted in le that whic own out h free o here we our will of antici , home take pate ywomen to in ; heart which or , if a , wanting sp
, every English matron is a queen .
Open Council. 205
OPEN _COUNCIL . 205
XXXVIL—OPEN COUNCIL . ( As these pages themselves are intended responsible for general for the discussion opinions , expressed the Editors . ) do not hold
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¦ »¦ To Hie Editors of the English Woman '' s Journal . I sometimes _TiADIJSS , read Journaland m last month's number observed a
letter For from myself a " I West do not - your end pretend Houskeeper to , be , " a which lad set thoug me h thinking perhaps . I miht be
ori called inall by those meant , who one know who could me a gentlewoman and didive y . , A lad bread y , I . have If been g told I gaway necessary
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English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Nov. 1, 1861, page 205, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01111861/page/61/