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" ... more evidently shews the ill Effects of writing in this manner is, that we often see Girls too young, either to be addressed to on the Score of Love, or even to know what is meant by the Passion, affect the Languishment they read of, — roll their... "
The Female Spectator - Page 7
by Eliza Fowler Haywood - 1771
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The Female Spectator, Volume 1

Eliza Fowler Haywood - England - 1755 - 338 pages
...either to be addrefled to on the fcore of love, or even to know what is meant by the paffion, affect the languifhment they read of, — roll their eyes,...reputation of being enough a woman to know all the pain& and delicacies of love. Miss TendiriUa is one of thofel have defcribed: (he was the other day...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ...

English literature - 1790 - 820 pages
...by the paflion, affefl the laoguifliment they re.id of, figh, fold their arms, negleft every uieful learning, and attend to nothing but acquiring the reputation of being enough 4 woman to kno.v all the pains and delicacies of love. Mifs Tcndrilla is one of thole I have defciibed....
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Selections from The Female Spectator

Eliza Haywood - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 336 pages
...affect the Languishment they read of,—roll their Eyes, sigh, fold their Arms, neglect every useful Learning, and attend to nothing but acquiring the...and Delicacies of Love. Miss Tenderilla is one of those I have described: She was the other Day invited to a Concert, and as soon as the Music began...
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