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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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The Island quarterly, conducted by R.R. Pittis [and others].

R Roach Pittis
...themselves, and he must be a bold man who would adopt the specious argument of Sir Hudibras that— " Women first were made for men, Not men for them, —...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own." The previous writer asserts that women are deficient in that "cool judgment and calm dispassionate...
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The poetical works of Samuel Butler, with life and critical diss. by G ...

Samuel Butler - 1877
...By suit, or treaty, to be won ; And such as ah1 posterity Could never equal, nor come nigh. loeo 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 choose, But they no charter to refuse. Hence 'tis apparent that,...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 1-2

Robert Carruthers - Authors, American - 1880
...to the stratagems of the fair. He moralises as follows : For women first were made for znes. Mot meu 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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A Dictionary of Quotations from the English Poets

Quotations, English - 1881 - 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 his Lady, 273....
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Hudibras, Parts 2-3

Samuel Butler - 1883
...270 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, 275 That men have right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have power...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from English and American Poets

Anna Lydia Ward - American poetry - 1883 - 761 pages
...and sue, Nor play'd the masquerade to woo. 3122 Butler: Epis. of Hudibras to his Lady. Line 239 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 power to choose But they no charter to refuse. 3123 Sutler : Epis. of Hudibras...
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Hudibras. Pt. 1-3, ed. by A. Milnes

Samuel Butler, Hudibras (fict.name.) - 1883
...270 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, 275 That men have right to every one, And they no freedom of their own ; And therefore men have power...
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The Pageant of English Poetry

English poetry - 1909 - 606 pages
...plum-porridge ; Fat pig or goose itself oppose And blaspheme custard through the nose. 138. MEN AND WOMEN 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 choose, But they no charter to refuse. S. BUTLEB (Hudibras). 139. THE...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from English and American Poets

Henry George Bohn - Quotations, English - 1911 - 761 pages
...and sue, Nor play'd the masquerade to woo. 3122 Butler : Epis. of Hudibras to his Lady. Line 239 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 power to choose But they no charter to refuse. 3123 Butter: Epis. of Hudibras...
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The Eclectic Review

Literary Criticism - 1866
...speech to the serpent. In short, Butler did but follow his lead when he wrote in Hudibras :— For women first were made for men, Not men for them. It...right to every one, And they no freedom of their own. Strange to say, within a year or two of publishing such sentiments, he did what, we presume, like Benedick,...
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