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" I know nothing that renders a woman more despicable than her thinking it essential to happiness to be married ! Besides the gross indelicacy of the sentiment, it is a false one, as thousands of women have experienced. "
Letters on the Improvement of the Mind: Addressed to a Lady - Page 165
by Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - 1810 - 170 pages
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Angelica's Ladies Library; Or, Parents and Guardians Present. With Eight ...

1794 - 440 pages
...happinefs to be married. Befides the grofs indelicacy of the fentiment, it is a falfe one, as thoufands of women have experienced. But if it was true, the belief that it is fo, and the confcquent impatience to be married, are the moft effectual ways to prevent it. You muft...
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A father's legacy to his daughers

John Gregory - 1805
...happinefs to be married. Befides the grofs indelicacy of the fentiment, it is a falfe one, as thoufands of women have experienced. But if it was true, the belief that it is fo, and the confequent impatience to be married, is the moft effectual way to prevent it. You muft...
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Parental Legacies: Consisting of Advice from a Lady of Quality to Her ...

John Gregory - Conduct of life - 1808 - 384 pages
...worse, where the are \\anting those qualities which can alone insure happiness in a married state. I know nothing that renders a woman more despicable...as thousands of women have experienced. But if it were true, the belief that it is so, and the consequent impatience to be married, is the most effectual...
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Letters on the Improvement of the Mind Addressed to a Lady and a Father's ...

Mrs. Chapone (Hester), John Gregory - Ethics - 1808 - 170 pages
...know nothing that readers a woman more despicahle, than her thinking it essential to happiness to he married. Besides the gross indelicacy of the sentiment, it is a false oue, as thousands of women have experienced. But if it was trne, the helief that it is so, and the...
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The Lady's Pocket Library ...

Conduct of life - 1809 - 330 pages
...worse, where there are wanting those qualities which alone can insure happiness in a married state. I know nothing that renders a woman more despicable,...as thousands of women have experienced. But if it were true, the belief that it is so, and the consequent impatience to be married, is the most effectual...
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The New Universal Letter Writer, Or, Complete Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Hogan, David (Publisher) - Letter writing - 1818 - 251 pages
...worse, where there are wanting those qualities which alone can ensure happiness in a married state. I know nothing that renders a woman more despicable, than her thinking it essential to her happiness to be married ! Besides the gross indelicacv of the sentiment, it is a false one ; as...
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The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following ...

Letter writing - 1827 - 276 pages
...infinitely worse, where are wanting those qualities which alone can insure happiness in a married state. I know nothing that renders a woman more despicable...experienced. But, if it was true, the belief that it was so, and the consequent impatience to be married, is the most effectual way to prevent it. You must...
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The Fashionable American Letter Writer, Or, The Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Letter writing - 1828 - 180 pages
...know nothing that renders a woman more 13* |)icab!e than her thinking it essential to happiness to fee married! Besides the gross indelicacy of the sentiment,...experienced. But, if it was true, the belief that it was so, and the consequent impatience to be married, is the most effectual way to prevent it. You must...
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The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following ...

Commercial correspondence - 1831 - 139 pages
...infinitely worse, where aie wanting those qualities which alone can insure happiness in a married state. I know nothing that renders a woman more despicable...essential to happiness to be married ! Besides the ┐rots indelicacy of the sentiment, it is a false one, as thousands of women have experienced. But,...
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The Fashionable American Letter Writer, Or, The Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Letter writing - 1834 - 175 pages
...know nothing that renders a woman more det13 picable than her thinking it essential to happiness to De married! Besides the gross indelicacy of the sentiment,...experienced. But, if it was true, the belief that it was so, and the consequent impatience to be married, is the most effectual way to prevent it. You must...
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