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“ Every wise woman buildeth her house, but the foolish plucketh it down with
Proverho xiv. 1.
Extravagant or sober, loose or chaste."--Cowpor.
TO WHICH IS ADDED
THE DUTIES OF CIVIL LIFE.
BY JAMES MOTT.
NO. 376, PEARL-STREET.
Gradistë. Schonkey Eckscation
Southern District of New-York, ss.
E IT REMEMBERED, that on the seventh day of
February, in the forty-ninth year of the Indepen-
Every wise woman buildeth her house, but the foolish plucketh it down with her hands." Proverbs xiv. 1.
" From education, as the leading cause,
Extravagant or sober, loose or chaste.”—Cowper.
BEING early convinced that many advantages arise from the proper cultivation of the youthful mind, and that pious maternal care is the first step towards its accomplishment, I have occasionally, when reading, selected such sentiments upon education, as accorded with my own.
And when a leisure moment has offered, I have also penned some of my own reflections on this interesting subject. Having, by these means, made the following collection, I am induced to lay it before the public, with a hope, that it may, in some degree, promote the cause of virtue.
" To those who act from the noble motive of love, " and the animating power of the Christian's hope, the - exercise is the reward, the pern ission is the privilege, < and the work is the wages."
A. Morr. HICKORY GROVE, 1824.