HINTS TOWARDS FORMING THE CHARACTER OF A YOUNG PRINCESS. VVe are told that when a sovereign of an- cient times, who wished to be a mathemati- cian, but was deterred by the difficulty of attainment, askeiad to geometry.
About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. WOODWARD, JJORTH-EAyr CORKER OF MARKET AND SETEWTH STREETS. 'J B THE NEW TORK PDBLIC Ll BRAIl V TELDLN Ult/Mi Ali ONS 1! V— tmpoitanee of Stodfing Aneioit Hiitory, 17 Chap. XXIII— On the Choieeof Society— Sincerity the bond of Familiar Intereoone— Liberality— In stances of Ingratitude in Piinces " On raising the tone of Conversation— And of Miuiners, d O Chap. An examiiuithm of the Chims of (hose Princes who aspired to (he appella Uon of the OHEAT, - - 79 Chap XXVIII— Books, - • 84 Chap. XXXl I-l-he Holy Scripturar-Tba Old Tes- tament, • •go Chan. Poraicn AMOciatio M, Wnuat Opinions of Engliali Society Xag Mi Opimon of Frmeh Society Snfknd*b Aat Hope, IM)MESTJC SKETCHES. It will too probably be tboaght to imply not only of Hciousness, but presumption, tbat a pri- rate i Ddividoal should thus hazard the obtrusion of unsolicited observations on tiie proper node of forming the character of an English princess.
If, however, it should be asked, why a stranger presumes to interfere in a matter of such hiirh concern ?
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XXXIX-Tbe same subject eentlnnoi-TV lerant Spirit of the Church— Cirenmitaneas w Mcfc led to the Rerolotion, and to the Piotldnailal Soeerstion ofthe House of Hanover, ""^ Chap. Ill— Pnetical oie of the Doatrlno of Artt W deuce, - • Chap. To awaken a lively attention to a subject of such moment, to point out some circumstances Bseeted with the early season of improvement, but still more with the subsequent stages of ? Had ibe royal pupil beon a princo, those hints would never have been obtruded on the watldf ■s it would then nave been naturally assumed, that the established plan usually adopted in such cases would have been pursued.
XLr-On Christianity as a Prinaipir afitki^ especially as it respects Sapreine Rolerst CHRISTIAN MORALS» Chap. ; to offer, not a treatise on education, but a desultory suggestion of sentiments and Prin- ze • to convey instruction, not so much by precept or by argument, as to exemplify it by itnt Mom and caaiinples; and, above nil, to stimulate the wise and the good to exertions far I e Hbeiaml ; tb#^ «» the real motives which hs TO given birth to this slender performance. Nor does the author presume in the present instance, to insinuate a suspicion, that there will be any want of a largo and liberal scope in the pro- jected system, or to intimate an apprehension that the course of study will bo adapted to the sex, rather than to tiie circumstances of the princess.