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" ... and I have observed her in different points of view. I have seen her exalted on the dangerous pinnacle of worldly prosperity, surrounded by flattering friends, and an admiring world; I have seen her marked out by party prejudice as an object of dislike... "
Letters to mothers - Page 67
by Lydia Howard Sigourney - 1838 - 240 pages
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Female Biography; Or Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated Women ..., Volume 5

Mary Hays - Women - 1803
...prosperity, surrounded by flattering friends, and an- admiring world ; I have seen her marked out by party prejudice as an object of dislike and ridicule ; I...: but never did I see her forget the urbanity of a gentlewoman, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent aspiration after the highest...
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Female biography: or, memoirs of illustrious and celebrated women ..., Volume 1

Mary Hays - Women - 1803
...flattering friends, and an admiring world .• I have seen her marked out by party prejudice as aa object of dislike and ridicule ; I have seen her bowed...pain- and weakness :. but never did I see her forget tlie urbanity of a gentlewoman, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent aspiration...
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Memoirs of eminent female writers, of all ages and countries

Anna Maria Lee - Women authors - 1827 - 183 pages
...prosperity, surrounded by flattering friends, and an admiring world; I have seen her marked out by party prejudice as an object of dislike and ridicule; I...weakness; but never did I see her forget the urbanity of a gentlewoman, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent aspiration after the highest...
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Memoirs of Eminent Female Writers, of All Ages and Countries

Anna Maria Lee - Women - 1827 - 183 pages
...prosperity, surrounded by flattering friends, and an admiring world; I have seen her marked out by party prejudice as an object of dislike and ridicule; I...weakness; but never did I see her forget the urbanity of a gentlewoman, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent aspiration after the highest...
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Memoirs and Letters, Volume 2

Maria Malibran - 1840
...friends, and an admiring world. We have seen her marked out by prejudice as an object of dislike. We have seen her bowed down by bodily pain and weakness ; but never did we see her forget the urbanity of her sex, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent...
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The Christian witness and church members' magazine [ed. by J. Campbell ...

John Campbell
...and originality of character. Such observances vary with ranks, countries, and ages of the world, hut the principles of true politeness are the same, resting...after the highest degree of attainable perfection." 2 E Perhaps, we reflect too little on the courteousness of Jesus, our Master and Exemplar : " When...
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Woman's record: or, Sketches of all distinguished women, from "the beginning ...

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - Women - 1853 - 886 pages
...; I have seen her marked out by party prejudice as an object of dislike and ridicule ; I have eeen her bowed down by bodily pain and weakness ; but never did I see her forget the urbanity of a gentlewoman, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent aspiration after the highest...
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A Cyclopaedia of Female Biography: Consisting of Sketches of All Women who ...

Henry Gardiner Adams - Women - 1857 - 788 pages
...prosperity, surrounded by flattering friends, and an admiring world ; 1 have seen her marked out by party prejudice as an object of dislike and ridicule ; I...weakness; but never did I see her forget the urbanity of a gentlewoman, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent aspiration after the highest...
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A cyclopædia of female biography, ed. by H.G. Adams

Cyclopaedia - 1857
...prosperity, surrounded by flattering friends, and an admiring world ; I have seen her marked out by party prejudice as an object of dislike and ridicule ; I...; but never did I see her forget the urbanity of a gentlewoman, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent aspiration after the highest...
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Clever girls of our time, by the author of Heroines of our time

Joseph Johnson - 1862
...prosperity, surrounded by flattering friends, and an admiring world ; I have seen her marked out by party prejudice as an object of dislike and ridicule ; I...; but never did I see her forget the urbanity of a gentlewoman, her conscious dignity as a rational creature, or a fervent aspiration after the highest...
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