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" There is nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind ; in which, I confess, we have set them the example. "
A Puritan Wooing: A Tale of the Great Awakening in New England - Pàgina 51
per Frank Samuel Child - 1898 - 305 pàgines
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The History of the Province of New-York, from the First Discovery to the ...

William Smith - 1757 - 255 pàgines
...a Vice with which my Countrywomen cannot juftly be charged. There is nothing they fo gene • rally neglect as Reading, and indeed all the Arts for the Improvement of the Mind, in which, I confefs, we have fet them the Example. They are modeft, temperate, and charitable ; naturally...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

1829
...in some places, is a vice with which my countrywomen cannot justly be charged. There is nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind, in which, I confess, we have set them the example. They are modest, temperate, and charitable; naturally...
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The History of the Late Province of New-York, from Its Discovery ..., Volum 1

William Smith - 1829
...in some places, is a vice with which my countrywomen cannot justly be charged, Therr is nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind, in which, I confess, we have set them the example. They are modest, temperate, and charitable; naturally...
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The New York Annual Register

Edwin Williams - 1832
...some places, is a vice with which my country. women cannot justly be charged. There is nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind, in which, I confess, we have set them the example. They are modest, temperate, and charitable ; naturally...
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Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York

New York (N.Y.). Common Council - 1858
...in some places, is a vice with which my countrywomen cannot be justly charged. There ia nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind — in which, it must be confessed, the men have set them an example. They are modest, temperate, and...
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The New York Annual Register

1832
...in some places, is a vice with which my countrywomen cannot justly be charged. There is nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind, in which, I confess, we have set them the example. They are modest, temperate, and charitable j naturally...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ..., Volums 4-5

New-York Historical Society - 1829
...in some places, is a vice with which my countrywomen cannot justly be charged. Thorp is nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind, in which, I confess, we have set them the example. They are modest, temperate, and charitable; naturally...
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HISTORY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

DAVID T.VALENTINE - 1853
...some places, is a vice with which my country women cannot justly be charged. There is nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind, in which, it must be confessed, the men have set them an example. They are modest, temperate and charitable,...
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The Works of William H. Seward, Volum 2

William Henry Seward - 1853
...thought and language, are visible in their proceedings public and private. There is nothing the ladies so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement * Notes concerning common schools were received from Gideon Hawley, LL.D., and Samuel S. Randall, Esq.,...
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Choice Specimens of American Literature

Benjamin Nicholas Martin - 1871 - 223 pàgines
...in some places, is a vice with which my countrywomen cannot justly be charged. There is nothing they so generally neglect as reading, and indeed all the arts for the improvement of the mind ; in which, I confess, we have set them the example. They are modest, temperate, and charitable ; naturally...
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