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" THERE is another thing to which fome devote a very confiderable part of their time , and that is the reading Romances , which feems now to be thought the peculiar and only becoming ftudy of young Ladies. I... "
The Whole Duty of a Woman, Or, An Infallible Guide to the Fair Sex ... - Página 74
1737 - 682 páginas
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The ladies calling, by the author of The whole duty of man. [Another]

Richard Allestree (D.D.) - 1677
...fcarce hold weight at his Tribunal , who has commanded us to redeem , not fling away our time. ; n. THERE is another thing to which fome devote a very...feems now to be thought the peculiar and only becoming ftudy of young Ladies. I coniefs their Youth may a little adapt, it to them when they were Children...
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The Ladies Calling: In Two Parts

Richard Allestree - 1705 - 270 páginas
...will fcarce hold weight at his Tribunal, who has commanded us to redeem , not fling away our time. ii. THERE is another thing to which fome devote a very...confiderable part of their time, and that is the reading of Romances , which feems now to be thought the peculiar and only becoming ftudy of young Ladies. I...
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The Ladies Calling: In Two Parts. By the Author of The Whole Duty of Man, &c

Richard Allestree - 1713 - 270 páginas
...Tribunal, who has commanded us to redeem, not fling away our time. ii. THERE is another thing to which fbme devote a very confiderable part of their time, and that is the reading of Rpmances^ which feems now to be thought the peculiar and only becoming ftudy of young Ladies. I...
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The ladies calling: in two parts. By the author of The whole duty of man, &c

Richard Allestree - 1727 - 262 páginas
...Tribunal, who has commanded us to redeem, not fling away our time. ii. THERE is another thing to which fbme devote a very confiderable part of their time, and that is the reading of J(omancest which feems now to be thought the peculiar and only becoming ftudy of young Ladies. I...
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The lady's companion: or, An infallible guide to the fair sex

1743
...from whence it derives its Licence. There is another Thing to which fome devote a very considerable Part of their Time, and that is, the reading Romances,...and only becoming Study of young Ladies. It muft be confefled their Youth may be a little adapted to them when they were Children, and we wifh they were...
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The Learned Lady in England, 1650-1760

Myra Reynolds - 1920 - 489 páginas
...which some devote a very considerable part of their time, and that is the reading Romances, which seems now to be thought the peculiar and only becoming study of young 1 Letters from Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple, passim. 1 Pepys: Diary, Dec. 7, 1860; Feb. 10,...
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The Learned Lady in England, 1650-1760

Myra Reynolds - 1920 - 489 páginas
...which some devote a very considerable part of their time, and that is the reading Romances, which seems now to be thought the peculiar and only becoming study of young 1 Letters from Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple, passim. 1 Pepys: Diary, Dec. 7, 1600; Feb. 10,...
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Licensing Entertainment: The Elevation of Novel Reading in Britain, 1684–1750

William B. Warner - 1998 - 325 páginas
...In the section "The Duty of Virgins" there are strictures against "the reading romances, which seems now to be thought the peculiar and only becoming Study of young Ladies . . . [because] it is to be feared they often leave ill Impressions behind them. Those amorous Passions,...
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