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" The carriage of the person, which is of great importance, is well attended to, and dancing is well taught ; as for the French language, I do not think it necessary, unless for persons in very high life ; it is rarely much cultivated at schools. I believe... "
Arrows; Or, Teaching a Fine Art - Page 73
by Addison Ballard - 1898 - 100 pages
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A lady of the last century, mrs Elizabeth Montagu: illustrated in her ...

John Doran - 1873
...necessary, unless for persons in very high life. It is rarely much cultivated at schools. I believe all the boarding-schools are much on the same plan, so that...wherever there is a good air and a good dancing-master. I dare say you will find great improvement in her air and her speech by the time she has been there...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 113

1873
...necessary, unless for persons in very high life. It is rarely much cultivated in schools. I believe all the boarding-schools are much on the same plan, so that you may place the young lady wherever there is good air and a good dancing-master. I dartsay you will find great improvement in her air aml her speerh...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 113

Scotland - 1873
...in very high life. It is rarely much cultivated In schools. I believe all the boarding-schools arc much on the same plan, so that you may place the young lady wherever there is good air and a good dancing-master. I daresay you will find great Improvement in her air 1873.] [Feb....
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science ..., Volume 29; Volume 92

1879
...think it necessary, unless for persons in very high life ; it is rarely much cultivated at schools. I believe all boardingschools are much on the same...wherever there is a good air and a good dancing-master. ' ' The arrogance of the blue-stocking who could find in her niece no qualities . worth cultivating,...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 64

1889
...contemporary boarding-schools : — " I believe all boarding-schools are much on the same plan, so you may place the young lady wherever there is a good air and a good dancing-master." And, " What girls learn at boardingschools is trifling, but they ««learn what would be of great disservice,...
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