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" when a female is likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper ; and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful, and no sentiments that are not kind. "
A Talk with My Pupils - Page 125
by Mrs. Charles Sedgwick - 1863 - 235 pages
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The Magazine of the beau monde; or, Monthly journal of fashion [afterw.] The ...

1831
...likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper; and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful, and no sentiments that are not kind. Sueh is the connexion between the mind and body, that the features of the face are commonly moulded...
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The Constitution of Man Considered in Relation to External Objects

George Combe - Phrenology - 1835 - 382 pages
...likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper ; and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful, and no sentiments that are not kind. Such is the connexion between the mind and body, that the features of the face are moulded commonly into an expression...
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The Constitution of Man Considered in Relation to External Objects, Volume 2

George Combe - Phrenology - 1836 - 110 pages
...likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper ; and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful, and no sentiments that are not kind. Such is the connection be. tween the mind and body, that the features of the face lire moulded commonly into an expression...
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The Constitution of Man Considered in Relation to External Objects

George Combe - Phrenology - 1840 - 110 pages
...careful of her temper ; and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful, and no senti mente that are not kind. Such is the connection between...into An expression of the internal disposition; and js it not natural to think that an infant, before it is born, may be affected by the temper of .it»...
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The Constitution of Man Considered in Relation to External Objects

George Combe - Human beings - 1841 - 412 pages
...likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper; and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful, and no sentiments...between the mind and body, that the features of the face arc moulded commonly into an expression of the internal disposition; and is it not natural to think...
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Physiology for young ladies

Physiology - 1843 - 120 pages
...likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper, and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful, and no sentiments that are not kind." EDITH. This being the case, I wonder how women can embark so carelessly upon such important duties,...
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Facts and Arguments on the Transmission of Intellectual and Moral Qualities ...

Heredity - 1844 - 191 pages
...country life, sold his estate and returned to *The Margravine of Anspach observes, that " when a female is likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly...that are not kind. Such is the connection between mind and body, that the features of the face are moulded commonly into an expression of the internal...
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popular education : for the use of parents and teachers, and young persons ...

ira mayhew - 1850
...likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper, and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful and no sentiments that...kind. Such is the connection between the mind and the body, that the features of the face are moulded commonly into an expression of the internal disposition...
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The Constitution of Man: Considered in Relation to External Objects

George Combe - Human beings - 1853 - 507 pages
...likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper; and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful, and no sentiments...the mind and body, that the features of the face are moujded commonly into aft expression of the internal disposition; and is it not natural to think th-at...
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The Means and Ends of Universal Education

Ira Mayhew - Education - 1860 - 474 pages
...likely to become a mother, she ought to be doubly careful of her temper, and, in particular, to indulge no ideas that are not cheerful and no sentiments that...kind. Such is the connection between the mind and the body, that the features of the face are moulded commonly into an expression of the internal disposition...
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