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better prospects.-(11) Treatment of the sex in a wiser
liarity expressly condemned in Scripture.-(5) Author-
those frequenting them.-(8) Such an influence especially
bei seks similary of the French in dress.-
hogy and bears of present modes in female
sity and tastelessness of the age, in this
men det har desses of men, in the way of parallel.(5)
sani haritrary pringing from female prejudice on
1-) Tree sexual characteristics:-(7) High im-
se da prova discrimination with regard to men on
class of reading.-(5) Tendency of works of fiction to an-
exercise altogether frivolous and unworthy the age.
ç 1.-Gallantry, as observed towards the sex, false in itself and degrading to its object.(2) Causes of this spurious gallantry. Beauty, the loadstone with many; to others, the wealth and worldly influence of the sex are powerful attractions.—13) The principle of gallantry unknown to the ancients: its folly and falsehood exposed.(4) The poets, in writing of Women, have confessedly idealized. Hurtful tendency of such effusions.-(5) Severer, if not always truer, estimate of the sex, in graver and higher walks of literature,
ABUSE OF THE MARRIED STATE.
& 1..Worldliness of the present age in the affair of Marriage. ---(2) The misery entailed on persons united in such manner. - (3) W'omen, seldom more amiable for the endowments of fortune.—(4) Matrimony, by no means in itself productive of human misery.-15) The married should yiell to each other: this duty of conciliation especially incumbent on the wife.-(6) Vast importance of deliberation in entering on this state of life.