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" ... must try for the goal, though it may not be given to reach it in every case. The original structure of the human mind is after all the great thing, and our best endeavours can but improve or restrain ; but will never create. That belongs to higher... "
Blue-stocking Hall - Page 43
by William Pitt Scargill - 1827 - 258 pages
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Blue-stocking hall [by W.P. Scargill].

M A Scargill - 1827
...of youth, to make singleness of heart and a broad bold integrity the rule of every act in life. It is in vain that we talk of the beauty of truth, while...that no kindness will warm them into confidence and lore. But though we do not make sufficient allowance for the vast variety of constitutional temperament,...
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The French Revolution and the English Novel

Allene Gregory Allen - Comparative literature - 1915 - 337 pages
...to which a girl's prospects should tend from infancy to maturity is marriage," and that she "prizes one unselfish movement of the heart above all the intellect that ever adorned the greatest philosophers. " But the prejudice against learned ladies is, she thinks, without foundation. It is...
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