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" ... a barren wife may be superseded by another in the eighth year; she whose children are all dead, in the tenth ; she who brings forth only daughters, in the eleventh ; she who speaks unkindly, without delay... "
The Calcutta Review - Page 320
1861
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A view of the history, literature, and mythology of the Hindoos: including a ...

William Ward - History - 1818
...and ascertained. The honours, next to divine, claimed by the bramhuns, even where the character * " A barren wife may be superseded by another in the...year; she whose children are all dead, in the tenth ; slie who brings forth only daughters, in the eleventh ; she who ipeaks unkindly, without delay."—...
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History, literature and religion of the Hindoos, Volume 3

William Ward - 1820
...many of their widows, and burn them alive: but the perpetual degradation and starva• . . ; i • " A barren wife may be. superseded by another in the eighth year j she whose children are all dead, in the tenth: she who brings forth only daughters, in the eleventh...
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A View of the History, Literature, and Mythology of the Hindoos ..., Volume 1

William Ward - Hindu mythology - 1822 - 1202 pages
...only seize many of their widows, and burn them alive : but the perpetual degradation and starva• " A barren wife may be superseded by another in the...eleventh ; she who speaks unkindly, without delay." — Munoo. ' A person who may be an occasional visitor, not uufrequently addresses himself in this...
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A View of All Religions: And the Religious Ceremonies of All ..., Parts 1-4

Thomas Robbins - 1824
...and falsehood. Perhaps this is the yice of all effeminate nations, while blunt honesty, and stern * " A barren wife may be superseded by another in the...forth only daughters, in the eleventh ; she who speaks unkindlI. without delay." — Jttunoo. integrity, are most common in climates where men are more robust....
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A View of All Religions: And the Religious Ceremonies of All Nations at the ...

Hinduism - 1824 - 438 pages
...and falsehood. Perhaps this is the vice of all effeminate nations, while blunt honesty, and stern * " A barren wife may be superseded by another in the eighth year • she whose children are A\\ deadf in the tenth; she who brings forth only daughters, in the eleventh ; she who speaks unkindly,...
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Manu ((Lawgiver)), Kullūkabhaṭṭa - Hindu law - 1825
...is mischievous, who ' wastes his property, may at all tunes be superseded ' by another wife. 81. * A barren wife may be superseded by another ' in the...eleventh; she, who speaks unkindly, without * delay; 82. ' But she, who, though afflicted with illness, is ' beloved and virtuous, must never be disgraced,...
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Institutes of Hindu Law: Or, The Ordinances of Menu, According to the Gloss ...

Manu ((Lawgiver)), Bhaṭṭa Kullūka - Hindu law - 1825 - 450 pages
...is mischievous, who ' wastes his property, may at all times be superseded ' by another wife. 81. ' A barren wife may be superseded by another * in the...eleventh ; she, who speaks unkindly, without ' delay; 82. ' But she, who, though afflicted with illness, is ' beloved and virtuous, must never be disgraced,...
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham - 1826
...who is mischievous, who wastes his property, may at all times be superseded by another wife." 81st. " A barren wife may be superseded by another in the...brings forth only daughters, in the eleventh ; she, who is accustomed to speak unkindly, without delay." 82d. " But she, who, though afflicted with illness,...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 10

Christianity - 1826
...who is mischievous, who wastes his property, may at all times be superseded by another wife." 81st. " A barren wife may be superseded by another in the...brings forth only daughters, in the eleventh ; she, who is accustomed to speak unkindly, without delay." 82d. " But she, who, though afflicted with illness,...
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Volume 10

James Silk Buckingham - Great Britain - 1826
...who is mischievous, who wastes his property, may at all times be superseded by another wife." 81st. " A barren wife may be superseded by another in the...brings forth only daughters, in the eleventh ; she, who is accustomed to speak unkindly, without delay." 82d. " But she, who, though afflicted with illness,...
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