|Author:||Makin, Bathsua, fl. 1612-1673.|
|Title:||An essay to revive the antient education of gentlewomen in religion, manners, arts & tongues with an answer to the objections against this way of education.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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An essay to revive the antient education of gentlewomen in religion, manners, arts & tongues with an answer to the objections against this way of education.
Makin, Bathsua, fl. 1612-1673.
London: Printed by J.D., to be sold by Tho. Parkhurst ..., 1673.
|Alternate titles:||Essay to revive the antient education of gentlewomen in religion, manners, arts & tongues.|
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Women -- Education.
Education -- Early works to 1800.
To all Ingenious and Vertuous Ladies, more especially to her Highness the La∣dy MARY, Eldest Daughter to his Royal Highness the Duke of YORK.
To the Reader.
Women have formerly been educated in Arts and Tongues.
Women Educated in Arts and Tongues, have been eminent in them.
Women have been good Linguists.
Women have been good Oratours.
Women have understood Logick.
Women have been profound Philosophers.
Some Women have understood the Mathematicks.
Women have been good Poets.
Care ought to be taken by us to Educate Women in Learning.