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" Women first were made for men, Not men for them. It follows, then, That men have right to every one, And they no freedom of their own. "
The English Governess in Egypt: Harem Life in Egypt and Constantinople - Page 9
by Emmeline Lott - 1867 - 312 pages
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Bell's Edition, Volumes 33-34

John Bell - English poetry - 1797
...Cou'd never cqiuj, nor come nigh. For women firft were made for men, Not men for them.—'It follow>, then, That men have right to every one, And they no freedom of their own; And therefore men have pow'r ta chufe, But they no charter to refufe. Hence't is apparent that, what...
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The poetical works of Samuel Butler. With the life of the author, by dr ...

Samuel Butler - 1803
...pofterity Cou'd never equal, nor come nigh. "Tis no injuftice ncr foul play ; Aw' ' •For women firft were made for men, Not men for them. It follows, then,...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have pow'-r to choofe, Rut they no charter to rcfufe. Hence 'tis apparent that,...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 8

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810
...posterity Could never equal, nor come n : gh. For women first were made for men, Not men for them.—It follows, then, That men have right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have power to choose, But they no charter to refuse. Hence 'tis apparent that,...
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Hudibras,: poëme de Samuel Butler,

Samuel Butler, John Towneley, Pierre-Henri Larcher, William Hogarth - 1819
...were known. By suit or treaty to be won; And such as all posterity Could never equal or come nigh. For women first were made for men, Not men for them. —...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have power to chase, But they no charter to refuse. Hence 'tis apparent, that what...
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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, Volume 9

English poetry - 1819
...known, Hy suit or treaty, to be won ; And sueh as all posterity Could never equal, nor eome nigh. ' For women first were made for men, Not men for them. —...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have pow'r to ehoose, But they no eharter to refuse. Henee 'tis apparent that,...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...equal, nor come nigh. ' For women first were made for men, ffot men for them. —It follows, then, Ihat men have right to every one, And they no freedom of their own; And therefore men have power to choose, But they no charter to refuse. Hence 'tis apparent that, what...
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The Poetical Works of Samuel Butler, Volume 2

Samuel Butler - English poetry - 1835
...known, By suit, or treaty, to be won ; And such as all posterity Could never equal, nor come nigh. For women first were made for men, Not men for them. — It follows, then, That men have right to ev'ry one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have pow'r to choose, But they no charter...
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The Book of Gems: Chaucer to Prior

Samuel Carter Hall - English poetry - 1836
...fly, And kill with a retreating eye; Retire the more, the more we press. To draw us into ambushes. For women first were made for men, Not men for them. It...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have pow'r to choose, But they no charter to refuse. Hence 'tis apparent that,...
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Cyclopædia of English literature

Robert Chambers - Literary Criticism - 1843
...stratagems of the fair. He moralises as follows :—• For women first were made for men, Not men fur them : It follows, then, That men have right to every one, And tlicy no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have power to choose, But they no charter to refuxe....
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Cyclopædia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions ...

Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1847
...nothing but 1 frail vows' to oppose to the stratagems of the fair. He moralises as follows :— For women first were made for men, Not men for them :...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have ]>ower to choose, But they no charter to refuse. Hence 'tis apparent that,...
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