A PLAN FOR THE CONDUCT OF FEMALE EDUCATION, IN BOARDING SCHOOLS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, AND PUBLIC SEMINARIES.
by Darwin, Erasmus (1731-1802)
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- A PLAN FOR THE CONDUCT OF FEMALE EDUCATION, IN BOARDING SCHOOLS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, AND PUBLIC SEMINARIES.
- Darwin, Erasmus (1731-1802)
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- EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINTS EDUCATION WOMEN CONDUCT OF FEMALE ERASMUS DARWIN BOARDING SCHOOLS PRIVATE FAMILIES MUSIC DANCING GRAMMAR PHYSIOGNOMY ARITHMETIC GEOGRAPHY HISTORY LETTERS MRS. PETTLE FROM A MOTHER TO HER DAUGHTERS EVANS PHILADELPHIA IMPRINT 1798
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- EDUCATION; EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINTS; WOMEN;
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