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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... BathsuaMakin. tutor to the daughters of Charles L Mrs. Makln published an "Essay to Revive the Ancient Reputation of. Women." It was two hundred years. 175. before England allowed women to have an equal..."
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Text:"... affairs of life. From Marie de Jars to Anna van Schurman, and then to Dr George BathsuaMakin is a regular and recognized proHickes (1642- gression of influence. I am unable to trace any I?I5) direct..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"... and relationships remained unchanged. BathsuaMakin said that higher education was not designed to make wives self-assertive, but more reasonably and intelligently submissive. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu and Mary..."
Date:1922
Publication place:Springfield, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., at Tottenham cross by MrsBathsuaMakin, a lady who acquired an extraordinary reputation as tutress to Charles Fs daughter, Elizabeth \ The interest of the essay, probably written by MrsMakin herself, lies..."
Date:1912
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Text:"... affairs of life. From Marie de Jars to Anna van Schurman, and then to Dr George BathsuaMakin is a regular and recognized proHickes (1642- gression of influence. I am unable to trace any I7I5) direct..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"...448 THE LEARNED LADY to use such words that they might show a Politeness in murdering them. And the diatribes in the English feminist pamphlets from BathsuaMakin to Sophia show how many women..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"...-1673) ^^ j_ ne eduction O f girls m th e mid-seventeenth century. Her father was a rector in Southwick, Sussex. 1 Monroe, Paul: Cyclopaedia of Education ; Watson, Foster: Mrs. BathsuaMakin and the Education..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"...) ^|.jj ^jg education of girls in the mid-seventeenth century. Her father was a rector in Southwick, Sussex. ^ Monroe, Paul: Cyclopaedia of Education ; Watson, Foster: *Mrs. BathsuaMakin and the Education..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"...-1 73) tffith the education of girls in the mid-seventeenth century. Her father was a rector in Southwick, Sussex. 1 Monroe, Paul : Cyclopaedia of Education ; Watson. Foster : Mrs. BathsuaMakin..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"..., at Tottenham cross by MrsBathsuaMakin, a lady who acquired an extraordinary reputation as ^ tutress to Charles Fs daughter, Elizabeth^. The interest of the essay, probably written by MrsMakin herself, lies..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...448 THE LEARNED LADY to use such words that they might show a Politeness in murdering them. And the diatribes in the English feminist pamphlets from BathsuaMakin to Sophia show how many women..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"... affairs of life. From Marie de Jars to Anna van Schurman* and then to Dr. o«rg6 BathsuaMakin is a regular and recognized proHicket (1642- gression of influence. I am unable to trace any ^^^ direct..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"...448 THE LEABNED LADY to use such words Hhat they might show a Politeness in murdering them. And the diatribes in the English feminist pam* phlets from BathsuaMakin to Sophia show how many women..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
MyHeritage Family Trees
noble f drive in Noble Web Site, managed by Bill Noble
Birth:Circa 1608 - Place
Death:Circa 1675
Parents:Names of both parents
Sister:Name of sister
MyHeritage Family Trees
Balog Web Site, managed by Alan Balog
Birth:Circa 1608 - Place
Death:Circa 1675
Parents:Names of both parents
Sister:Name of sister
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Text:"...\Forma. nintf, ji Julcnra. pent ; Jed £tctoru aJmct (OtWK/tosfi nan moritura viqet ; r- y W.MfculpsU. MRS. BATHSUAMAKIN Facsimile copy from an almost unique print by Marshall. From an engraving..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1760
Place:England
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Text:"... there was a girls private boarding school at Manchester kept by a Mrs. Amye. The most famous of these private schools for girls was that of Mrs. BathsuaMakin (q.v.), who had been the governess to the daughter..."
Date:1919
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... schools, e.g. that of Mrs. Perwick (q.v.) in Hackney in 1643, and that of Mrs. BathsuaMakin (q.v.) at Tottenham High Cross in 1673. One of the most distinguished calligraphists at the beginning..."
Date:1919
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of Gentlewomen (1673) which, in truth, is a thinly- veiled prospectus of a new boardingschool for girls, to be established, or recently established, at Tottenham cross by Mrs. BathsuaMakin, a lady who acquired..."
Date:1913
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of Geiitlewomen (1673) which, in truth, is a thinly- veiled prospectus of a new boardingschool for girls, to be established, or recently established, at Tottenham cross by Mrs. BathsuaMakin, a lady who acquired..."
Date:1912