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" There is a case where a woman may coquette justifiably to the utmost verge which her conscience will allow. It is where a gentleman purposely declines to make his addresses, till such time as he thinks himself perfectly sure of her consent. "
The New Parlor Letter Writer: Containing a Variety of Letters. Selected from ... - Page 83
1856
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Parental Legacies: Consisting of Advice from a Lady of Quality to Her ...

Lady of quality, John Gregory - Young women - 1808 - 384 pages
...delicacy, however concealed under the appearance of the utmost gentleness and modesty, and is the passion of all others the most difficult to conquer. There...purposely declines to make his addresses, till such a time as he thinks himself perfectly sure of her consent. This at bottom is intended to force a woman...
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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
...couqner. There is a cas& where a woman may coqnette . justifiahly to the utmost verge which her couscience will allow : it is, where a gentleman purposely declines to make his addresses, till such time as he thinks himself perfectly sure of her cousent. Thia at hottom is intended to force a woman to...
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The Lady's Pocket Library ...

Mrs. Chapone (Hester), John Gregory, Edward Moore, Hannah More, Mrs. M. Peddle, Jonathan Swift - Women - 1809 - 330 pages
...delicacy, however concealed under the appearance of the utmost gentleness and modesty, and is the passion of all others the most difficult to conquer. There...purposely, declines to make his addresses, till such tisne as he thinks himself perfectly sure of her consent. This at bottom, is intended to force a woman...
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Tales of Fashionable Life: Ennui

Maria Edgeworth - 1809
...best of fathers, in his Legacy to the best of daughters there is a case where a woman may coquet justifiably to the utmost verge which her conscience...allow. It is where a gentleman purposely declines making his addresses, till such time as he thinks himself perfectly sure of her consent. Now, my lord,...
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Letters on the improvement of the mind: addressed to a lady

Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - Women - 1810 - 170 pages
...delicacy, however concealed under the appearance of the utmost gentleness and modesty; and is the passion, of all others, the most difficult to conquer. There...justifiably to the utmost verge which her conscience will allow"1, it is, where a gentleman purposely declines to make his addresses, till such time as he thinks...
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The young woman's companion; or, Female instructor [by J.A. Stewart].

J A. Stewart - 1814
...acting the part of a coquette. There is one case perhaps, and but one, where a young woman may do it justifiably, to the utmost verge which her conscience will allow. It is where a young man purposely declines to pay his addresses till he thinks himself perfectly sure of her consent....
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The New Universal Letter Writer, Or, Complete Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Hogan, David (Publisher) - Letter writing - 1818 - 251 pages
...delicacy, however concealed under,the appearance of the utinpst gentleness and modesty; and is the passion of all others, the most difficult to conquer. There is a case where a woman may coquet justifiably, to the jjtw>st verge which .her conscience will allow. It is where a gentleman...
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Letters on the improvement of the mind, by mrs. Chapone. A father's legacy ...

Hester Chapone, John Gregory, Sarah Pennington (lady.) - 1821
...delicacy, however concealed under the appearance of the utmost gentleness and modesty ; and is the passion of all others the most difficult to conquer. There is a case where a woman may coquet justifiably to the utmost verge which her conscience will allow ; it is, where a gentleman purposely...
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Works, Volume 1

Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1822
...best of fathers, in his legacy to the best of daughters there is a case where a woman may coquet justifiably to the utmost verge, which her conscience...allow. It is where a gentleman purposely declines making his addresses, till such time as he thinks himself perfectly sure of her consent. Now, my lord,...
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Tales, and Miscellaneous Pieces, Volume 7

Maria Edgeworth - 1825
...best of fathers, in his Legacy to the best of daughters there is a case, where a woman may coquet justifiably to the utmost verge which her conscience...allow. It is where a gentleman purposely declines making his addresses, till such time as he thinks himself perfectly sure of her consent. Now, my lord,...
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