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A Short History of Womens Rights From the Days of Augustus to the Present Time

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Studies like history, when pursued, were taken in homceo- ^ pathic doses from small compendiums; and it was j adequate to know that Charlemagne lived some- where in Europe about a thousand or so years ago. \ Yet even this was rather advanced work and exposed the woman to be damned by the report' that she was educated. Ability to cook was not 142 History of Women's Rights despised and pastry schools were not uncommon. Thus in the time of Queen Anne appears this: *'To all Young Ladies: at Edw. Ki...dder's Pastry- School in little Lincoln's Inn Fields are taught all Sorts of Pastry and Cookery, Dutch hollow works, and Butter Works, " etc. At last in the first decades of the nineteenth century the civilised world began slowly to take some thought of women's higher education and to wake up to the fact that because a certain system has been in vogue since created man does not necessarily mean that it is the right one; a very heretical and revolutionary idea, which has always been and still is ably opposed by that great host of people who have steadily maintained that when men and women once begin to think for themselves society must inevitably run to ruin.

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