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Text:"...^ YOUTH OF EMMAWILLARD. 23 read history, an unusual study for young ladies in these ^ times of light and knowledge. Another, written in 1804, is on the verities of friendship, which Mrs. Willard I..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
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Text:"... to suppose. Mrs. Willard, in mature life, regarded Mrs. Wells as one of the most elegant, beautiful, and interesting women of Connecticut. There are several of her letters to EmmaHart ; I find none in return..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... in a railroad accident. She is the only one of Mrs. Willards nieces whom I remember, except EmmaHart, another sweet girl, who copied for me some of my lectures. Pauline, the beautiful French girl, whom Mrs..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... to suppose. Mrs. Willard, in mature life, regarded Mrs. Wells as one of the most elegant, beautiful, and interesting women of Connecticut. There are several of her letters to EmmaHart ; I find none in return..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... in a railroad accident. She is the only one of Mrs. Willards nieces whom I remember, except EmmaHart, another sweet girl, who copied for me some of my lectures. Pauline, the beautiful French girl, whom Mrs..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... acquaintance leads us to suppose. Mrs. Willard, in J mature life, regarded Mrs. Wells as one of the most elegant, beautiful, and interesting women of Connecticut. There are several of her letters to EmmaHart..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
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Text:"...YOUTH OF EMMAWILLARD. 23 read history, an unusual study for young ladies in these times of light and knowledge. Another, written in 1804, is on the verities of friendship, which Mrs. Willard ever..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... in a railroad accident. She is the only one of Mrs. Willards nieces whom I remember, except EmmaHart, another sweet girl, who copied for me some of my lectures. Pauline, the beautiful French girl, whom Mrs..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
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Text:"...22 THE LIFE OF EMMAWILLARD. public teacher, to become the wife of one of the leading citizens of Vermont. And the marriage proved happy, for her love was based upon respect for solid qualities..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...22 THE LIFE OF EMMAWILLARD. public teacher, to become the wife of one of the leading citizens of Vermont. And the marriage proved happy, for her love was based upon respect for solid qualities..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...i 2% THE LIFE OF EMMAWILLARD. pubKc teacher, to become the wife of one of the leading citizens of Vermont. And the marriage proved happy, for her love was based upon respect for solid qualities..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
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Text:"...20 THE LIFE OF EMMAWILLARD. books, one hundred years ago, than are read in this age. True, it is an age of reading as well of popular education. But what books are read? What are the subjects..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., for they believed in the God of Abraham, and Moses, and David, and Paul. Such were the parents of EmmaWillard, and such was the community in which they dwelt. Nor did she ever lose the impressions which these united..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
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Text:"...20 THE LIFE OF EMMAWILLARD. books, one hundred years ago, than are read in this age. True, it is an age of reading as well of popular education. But what books are read? What are the subjects..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...20 THE LIFE OF EMMAWILLARD. books, one hundred years ago, than are read in this age. True, it is an age of reading as well of popular education. But what books are read? What are the subjects..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
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Text:"...YOUTH OF EMMAWILLARD. 21 cipline and obedience. And such was the unsparing severity of the rod, that corporeal punishment was never afterward inflicted. The school became the admiration..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...YOUTH OF EMMAWILLARD. 21 ciplinc and obedience. And such was the unsparing severity of the rod, that corporeal punishment was never afterward inflicted. The school became the admiration..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...YOUTH OF EMMAWILLARD. 19 the radiance of contentment and joy upon the whole neighborhood a neighborhood where all equally worked, and prayed, and read, and sung their songs of praise ; where none..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...Sri YOUTH OF EMMAWILLARD. 21 cipline and obedience. And such was the unsparing severity of the rod, that corporeal punishment was never afterward inflicted. The school became the admiration..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1870
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Text:"..., to one of whom, Mrs. C. E. Simmons, we are indebted for the data of Mrs. Sarah Seward Gould. ■ Seymour, EmmaHart, (Namesake of Mrs. EmmaHartWillard,) daugter of Hon. Horatio and Lucy (Case) Seymour..."
Date:Between 1822 and 1872
Place:New York, USA