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" I shall advise you in very few words. Aspire only to those virtues that are peculiar to your sex ; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not to be talked of one way or other. "
Thoughts on Education in Two Parts: The First on General Education, and the ... - Página 196
por Agnes Sophia Semple - 1812 - 307 páginas
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Selections from Addison's Papers Contributed to the Spectator

Thomas Arnold - 1875 - 528 páginas
...themselves in the public cause, he turns to the female part of his audience : ' And as for you,' says he, ' I shall advise you in very few words ; aspire...only to those virtues that are peculiar to your sex; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not to be talked of one way or...
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Addison

Joseph Addison - 1875 - 528 páginas
...themselves in the public cause, he turns to the female part of his aud,ence . • And as for you,' savs he ' I shall advise you in very few words ; aspire only to those virtues that are peculiar to your s follow your natural modesty, and think .t your greatest mendation not to be talked of one way or...
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The Works of Joseph Addison: Including the Whole Contents of Bp. Hurd's ...

Joseph Addison - 1880
...themselves in the public cause, he turns to the female part of his audience ; ' And as for you (says Be) I shall advise you in very few words : aspire only to those virtues that are peculiar to your sex ; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not to be talked of one way...
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Essays of Joseph Addison

Joseph Addison - 1882 - 377 páginas
...themselves in the public cause, he turns to the female part of his audience ; 'And as for you, (says he,) I shall advise you in very few words : aspire...only to those virtues that are peculiar to your sex ; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not to be talked of one way...
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The Cyclopædia of Practical Quotations: English and Latin, with an Appendix ...

Jehiel Keeler Hoyt - 1882 - 899 páginas
...herself the best reward. g. HENBY MOOKE — Cupid's Ctnifliet. As for you, I shall advise you in a few words: aspire only to those virtues that are peculiar to your sex; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not to be talked of one way or...
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Selections from the Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1892 - 220 páginas
...themselves in the public 30 cause, he turns to the female part of his audience : " And as for you (says he), I shall advise you in very few words : aspire...only to those virtues that are peculiar to your sex ; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not to be talked of one way...
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Short Talks on Character Building

G. T. Howerton - 1892 - 227 páginas
...worshiped feminine modesty. Hear Pericles to the women of Athens: " As for you, 1 shall advise you in a few words: aspire only to those virtues that are peculiar to your sex; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not to be talked of one way or...
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THE SPECTATOR

1897
...themselves in the Publick Cause, he turns to the Female part of his Audience | ' And as for you (says he) I shall advise you in very few Words \ Aspire...only to those Virtues that are peculiar to your Sex; follow your natural Modesty, and think it your greatest Commendation not to be talked of one way or...
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The Spectator, Volumen2

George Gregory Smith - 1897
...themselves in the Publick Cause, he turns to the Female part of his Audience ; ' And as for you (says he) I shall advise you in very few Words ( Aspire only to those Virtues that are peculiar to your Sexj follow your natural Modesty, and think it your greatest Commendation not to be talked of one way...
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Men and Manners of the Eighteenth Century

Susan Hale - 1898 - 318 páginas
...cause, he turns to the female part of his audience; "And as for you (says he), I shall advise you in a very few words : aspire only to those virtues that are peculiar to your sex ; follow your natural modesty, and think it your greatest commendation not tc be talked of one way...
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