OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel , no. ). Get this from a library! Admonitory epistles: from a governess to her late pupils: comprising a brief view of those duties, the performance of which is most likely to promote their happiness in this life, and ensure to them the joys of eternity. [Jane Smith]. Admonitory Epistles from a Governess to Her Late Pupils, Professor Jane Smith books. ADMONITORY EPISTLES FROM A GOVERNESS TO HER LATE PUPILS by Jane Smith ISBN: books from Pickabook Visit our new collection website SCHOOL BOOKS.
Admonitory Epistles from a Governess to her Late Pupils: ISBN () Softcover, BiblioBazaar, Breast Lumps: A Guide to Diseases of the Breast (Your Operation). In an “admonitory epistle from a governess to her late pupils,” for instance, the upstanding educator drills her charges: “Let it be said of you, ‘Your word is your bond.’. Beginning in the s the equation of one's word with one's bond appears quite frequently. For example, in Jane Smith, Admonitory Epistles from a Governess to Her Late Pupils (): Never prevaricate when you are in the wrong, but quietly submit to correction, dreading most the vengeance of . Becky is not a good example of a morally good character, but she does take her life into her own hands. She refused to remain a poor and forgotten governess for the remainder of her days. Instead, she takes her charm and wit out into the world to shape her image. Becky’s ambition leads her from teaching to being a noblemen’s wife.
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