The Young Ladies' Class Book: A Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse

Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, 1840

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Instability of Character
The Village GraveYard
The Wife
The Mountain of Miseries Addison
Government of the Temper Mrs Chapone
Art of Pleasing Chesterfield
Intemperate Love of Praise
Description of the Custom of Whitewashing HOPKINSON
Pairing Time anticipated Couper
Influence of Christianity in elevating the Character
The Tear of Penitence Moore
Character and Decay of the North American Indians Story
Melancholy Fate of the Indians SPRAGUE
Portrait of a worldlyminded Woman FREEMAN
Extracts from A Fathers Legacy Gregory
A Family Scene Miss Ferrier
Local Associations
Influence of the Female Character THACHER
On the relative Value of Good Sense and Beauty in the Female Sex Literary Gazette
A Solid and a Superficial Education contrasted Ruhnken
On Discretion Addison
Advantages of a wellcultivated Mind Bigland
Candor in estimating the Attainments of others FREEMAN
The Profession of a Woman Miss BEECHER
Miss Jewsbury
On Respect for Ancestors Quincy
The Coming of the Pilgrims SULLIVAN
Lady Arabella Johnson STORY
Effects of the Institutions and Example of the first Settlers of New England Quincy
Conclusion of a Discourse in Commemoration of the first Settlement of Salem Mass STORY
Reflections of a Belle N E WEEKLY Review
Childhood N M Magazine
The same concluded Ibid
Mr and Mrs Bolingbroke Miss Edgeworth
The Burning of Moscow Labaume

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