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" 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 every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have power to choose, But they no charter to refuse. "
The governess in Egypt. Harem life in Egypt and Constantinople - Page 20
by Emmeline Lott - 1865
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Poetical Works, Volume 2

Samuel Butler - 1861
...posterity Could never equal, nor come nigh. For women first were made for men, Not men for them.t 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 what...
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Hudibras [in 3 pt.]. With notes and life of the author

Samuel Butler, Hudibras (fict.name.) - 1864
...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. ...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; (2) Alimony is an allowance that the law gives a woman for separate maintenance, upon living from...
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Hudibras

Samuel Butler, Treadway Russell Nash - English poetry - 1864 - 493 pages
...By suit, or treaty, to he won ;* 270 And such as all posterity Cou'd never equal, nor come nigh. For women first were made for men, Not men for them. ...It follows, then, That men have right to every one, 275 And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have pow'r to chuse, But they no charter to...
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The Poetical Works of Samuel Butler, Volume 2

Samuel Butler - English poetry - 1866 - 302 pages
...By suit, or treaty, to be won ; 270 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, 375 And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have pow'r to choose, But they...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from the English Poets

Quotations - 1867 - 715 pages
...had them at their pleasure, They talk'd of love and flames at leisure. Butler, Ep. to his Lady, 239. 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 power to choose But they no charter to refuse. Butler, Ep. to Its Lady, 273....
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Poetical works: With the life of the author, Volumes 1-2

Samuel Butler, Samuel Johnson - 1807
...By suit, or treaty, to be won ; 270 And such as all posterity Cou'd 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 chusc, But they no charter...
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Hudibras, in three parts. Repr. of ed. of 1779 [ed. by A. Murray].

Samuel Butler, Hudibras (fict.name.) - 1869
...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. ...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own : And therefore men have power to chuse, But they no charter to refuse. Hence 'tis apparent, that,...
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The grand pacha's cruise on the Nile in the viceroy of Egypt's yacht, Volume 1

Emmeline Lott - 1869
...Orient, ought to show by their actions that they do not think as Hudibras has described that ' Women first were made for men, Not men for them. It...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own,' and should turn over a new leaf in the Land of the Pharoahs, do their duty as educated beings, and...
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Book of Elegant Poetical Extracts

John T. Watson - Quotations - 1869 - 506 pages
...to woo. Sfusmuuc. I have no other but a woman's reason ; I think him so, because I think him so. For women first were made for men, Not men for them. It follows, then, Men have a right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have power to choose,...
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Chamber's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ...

Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers - Authors, English - 1876
...says, nothing but 'frail vows' to oppose to the stratagems of the fair. He moralises as follows : For n Shall we, thy guests, Meet at those lyric feasts Made at the Sun, The Dog, the Triple Tun ; ; And therefore men have power to choose, But they no charter to refuse. Hence lis apparent that, what...
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