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" It is not long since that we read, in the newspapers, of a child being absolutely killed, at Birmingham, I think it was, by being thus frightened. The parents had gone out into what is called an evening party. The servants, naturally enough, had their... "
The Mother at Home, Or, The Principles of Maternal Duty Familiarly Illustrated - Pągina 104
per John Stevens Cabot Abbott - 1833 - 164 pągines
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Advice to Young Men and (incidentally) to Young Women, in the Middle and ...

1829 - 388 pągines
...afterwards, could not die in peace without sending for the mother of the child (now become a young man) and asking forgiveness of her. The mother herself...deprived of their senses by these and similar means. 269. It is not long sine* that we read, in the newspapers, of a child being absolutely killed, at Birmingham,...
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Advice to Young Men, and (incidentally) to Young Women, in the Middle and ...

William Cobbett - 1833 - 268 pągines
...upon thousands of human beings have been deprived of their senses by these and similar means. 269. It is not long since that we read, in the newspapers,...their party at home; and the mistress, who, by some un«> expected accident, had been brought home at an early hour, finding the parlour full of company,...
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The Mother at Home: Or, The Principles of Maternal Duty Familiarly Illustrated

John Stevens Cabot Abbott - 1833 - 170 pągines
...afterwards, could not die in peace without sending for the mother of the child and asking forgiveness of her. Thousands upon thousands of human beings have been...child being absolutely killed (at Birmingham, I think) by being thus frightened. The parents had gone out into what is called an evening party. The servants,...
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Advice to young men, and, incidentally, to young women, in the middle and ...

William Cobbett - 1861 - 335 pągines
...afterwards, could not die in peace without sending for the mother of the child (now become a young man) and asking forgiveness of her. The mother herself...deprived of their senses by these and similar means. 269. It is not long since that we read, in the newspapers, of a child being absolutely killed, at Birmingham,...
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Advice to Young Men, and (incidentally) to Young Women, in the Middle and ...

William Cobbett - 1862 - 335 pągines
...upon thousands of human beings have been deprived of their senses by these and similar means. 269. It is not long since that we read, in the newspapers, of a child being absolutely kitted, at Birmingham, I think it was, by being thus frightened. The parents had gone out into what...
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The friendly counsellor; or, Advice to young me and young women, by W ...

William Cobbett - 1876
...(now become a young man) and asking forgiveness of her. The mother herself was, however, the greater offender of the two ; a whole lifetime of sorrow and...deprived of their senses by these and similar means. 269. It is not long since that we read, in the newspapers, of a child being absolutely killed, at Birmingham...
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Cobbet's Advice to Young Men

William Cobbett - 1906 - 303 pągines
...afterwards, could not die in peace without sending for the mother of the child (now become a young man) and asking forgiveness of her. The mother herself...deprived of their senses by these and similar means. 269. It is not long since that we read, in the newspapers, of a child being absolutely killed, at Birmingham,...
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Patterns and Portraits: Women in the History of the Reformed Church in America

Renee S. House, Renée House, John Coakley - 1999 - 182 pągines
...up by a maid for a few minutes in a dark closet went into a fit and remained for life an idiot, and "thousands upon thousands of human beings have been deprived of their senses" by such means, Abbott assured his readers.22 The message to mothers was that in a well-governed Christian...
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Christian Library: Abbott, J.S.C. The mother at home. The child at home ...

1833
...afterwards, could not die in peace without sending for the mother of the child and asking forgiveness of her. Thousands upon thousands of human beings have been...child being absolutely killed (at Birmingham, I think) by being thus frightened. The parents had gone out into what is called an evening party. The servants,...
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