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" The customs of antiquity did not allow men and women to sit in the same apartment, to keep their wearing-apparel in the same place, to bathe in the same place or to transmit to each other anything directly from hand to hand. "
The Flowery Kingdom and the Land of the Mikado: Or, China, Japan, and Corea ... - Page 482
1894 - 624 pages
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The Delineator

Robert S. O'Loughlin, H. F. Montgomery, Charles Dwyer, Theodore Dreiser, George Barr Baker, Honoré Morrow, Marie Mattingly Meloney, Oscar Graeve - Dressmaking - 1902
...from men ; and never, even for an instant, should she be allowed to hear or see the least impropriety. The customs of antiquity did not allow men and women...same place, or to transmit to each other anything from hand to hand. A woman going abroad at night must in all cases cany a lighted lantern, and (not...
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Things Japanese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with Japan for ...

Basil Hall Chamberlain - Japan - 1891 - 503 pages
...from men ; and never, even for an instant, should she he allowed to see or hear the least impropriety. The customs of antiquity did not allow men and women...or to transmit to each other anything directly from baud to hand. A woman going abroad at night must in all cases carry a lighted lamp ; and (not to speak...
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Life and Light for Woman, Volume 21

Congregational churches - 1891
...translation : " The only qualities that befit a woman are gentle obedience, chastity, mercy and quietness." "The customs of antiquity did not allow men and women...apartment, to keep their wearing apparel in the same place, or to transmit to each other anything directly from hand to hand." "After marriage woman's chief duty...
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An American Missionary in Japan

Marquis Lafayette Gordon - Christianity - 1892 - 276 pages
...of antiquity did not allow men and women to sit in the same apartment, to keep their wearing apparel in the same place, or to transmit to each other anything directly from hand to hand." " After marriage, her chief duty is to honor her father-in-law and mother-in-law." " On every point...
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Our Word and Work for Missions: A Series of Papers Treating of Principles ...

Henry Warren Rugg - Missions - 1894 - 254 pages
...the women in the morning and those for the young men in the afternoon. The customs of antiquity do not allow men and women to sit in the same apartment, to keep their wearing apparel in the same place, or to transmit to each other anything directly from hand to hand. These customs are, of course, much...
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Our Word and Work for Missions: A Series of Papers Treating of Principles ...

Henry Warren Rugg - Missions - 1894 - 254 pages
...of antiquity do not allow men and women to sit in the same apartment, to keep their wearing apparel in the same place, or to transmit to each other anything directly from hand to hand. These customs are, of course, much less stringent at the present day, chiefly owing to the influence...
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Things Japanese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with Japan for ...

Basil Hall Chamberlain - Japan - 1902 - 545 pages
...men ; and never, even for an instant, should she be allowed to see or hear the slightest impropriety. The customs of antiquity did not allow men and women to sit in the same apartment, to keep their wearing-apparel in the same place, to bathe in the same place, or to transmit to each other anything...
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Things Japanese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with Japan for ...

Basil Hall Chamberlain - Japan - 1902 - 545 pages
...men; and never, even for an instant, should she be allowed to see or hear the slightest impropriety. The customs of antiquity did not allow men and women to sit in the same apartment, to keep their wearing-apparel in the same place, to bathe in the same place, or to transmit to each other anything...
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Things Japanese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with Japan for ...

Basil Hall Chamberlain - Japan - 1908 - 552 pages
...of antiquity did not allow men and women to sit in the same apartment, to keep their wearing-apparel in the same place, to bathe in the same place or to...directly from hand to hand. A woman going abroad at night mu"t in all cases carry a lighted lantern; and (not to speak of strangers) she must observe a certain...
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Contrasts in Social Progress

Edward Payson Tenney - Religions - 1907 - 415 pages
...to sale for a life of infamy. In "The Greater Learning," as cited by Dr. ML Gordon,1 it is said that "The customs of antiquity did not allow men and women...apartment, to keep their wearing apparel in the same place, or to transmit to each other anything directly from hand to hand." A daughter's marriage was arranged...
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