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" On women the effects of this forcing system are, if possible, even more injurious than on men. Being in great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable exercises of body by which boys mitigate the evils of excessive study, girls feel these evils... "
Report of the State Board of Health of the State of New Hampshire. v. 6, 1887 - Page 202
1887
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Education, Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1860 - 283 pages
...women the effects of this forcing system are, if possible, even more injurious than on men. Being in great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable...boys mitigate the evils of excessive study, girls feed these evils in their full intensity. Hence, the much smaller proportion of them who grow up well...
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1861 - 190 pages
...women the effects of this forcing system are, if possible, even more injurious than on men. Being in great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable...Hence, the much smaller proportion of them who grow up well-made and healthy. In the pale, angular, flat-chested young ladies, so abundant in London drawing-rooms,...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 11

Henry Barnard - 1862
...women the effects of this forcing system are, if possible, even more injurious than on men. Being in great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable...proportion of them who grow up well made and healthy. It needs but to remember that one of Nature's ends, or rather her supremo end, is the welfare of posterity...
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1866 - 283 pages
...women the effects of this forcing system are, if possible, even more injurious than on men. Being in great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable exercises of body by which hoys mitigate the evils of excessive study, girls feed these evils in their full intensity. Hence,...
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English Pedagogy: Education, the School, and the Teacher in English Literature

Henry Barnard - 1876 - 482 pages
...women the effects of this forcing system are, if possible, even more injurious than on men. Being in great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable...proportion of them who grow up well made and healthy. It needs but to remember that one of Nature's ends, or rather her supreme end, is the welfare of posterity...
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How to Get Strong and how to Stay So

William Blaikie - 1879 - 296 pages
...not that rather a dear price to pay for such intellectuality ? Hear Herbert Spencer on this point : " On women the effects of this forcing system are, if...Hence the much smaller proportion of them who grow up well-made and healthy. In the pale, angular, flatchested young ladies, so abundant in London drawing-rooms,...
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The California Teacher and Home Journal

1885
...women the effects of this forcing system are, if possible, even more injurious than on men. Being in 4 great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable...Hence the much smaller proportion of them who grow up well-made and healthy. In the pale, angular, flat-chested young ladies, so abundant in London drawing-rooms,...
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The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern ...

1894 - 896 pages
...women the effects of this forcing system are, if possible, even more injurious than on men. Being in great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable...boys mitigate the evils of excessive study, girls feed these evils in their full intensity. Hence, the much smaller proportion of them who grow up well...
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Anderson's Physical Education: Health and Strength, Grace and Symmetry

1897 - 102 pages
...possess, and adds, "Being in a great measure debarred from those vigorous and enjoyable exercises of the body by which boys mitigate the evils of excessive...hence the much smaller proportion of them who grow up well-made and healthy." The pale, angular, flat-chested woman, so often to be seen in the drawing-rooms,...
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How to Get Strong and how to Stay So

William Blaikie - 1899 - 510 pages
...not that rather a dear price to pay for such intellectuality ? Hear Herbert Spencer on this point : "On women the effects of this forcing system are,...full intensity. Hence the much smaller proportion ot them who grow up well made and healthy. In the pule, angular,, flat-chested young ladies, so abundant...
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