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uch needed advice, its delicate satire, its clear perception of what belongs to true womanhood, and its vigorous treatment of the various topics described from The School Girl to The Queen of Home, that I cannot withhold an expression of my respect for your talents and high appreciation of the service you have rendered your sex. Extract from a letter by Wm. Lloyd Garrison. I think them excellent, combining sound sense with feminine delicacy of observation.Extract front a letter from Geo. S. Hillard. Here is a powerful plea for a higher and more complete education for women, for an education which shall develop her powers of mind and of body, more justly and more thoroughly, and fit her for taking in society the high position for which God has created her. This book ought to be in the hands of every girl who desires to live a healthy, happy life, and of every mother who would have her daughter prepared for such a life. G. B. E. in Boston Transcript. This is a thoroughly