3 edition of A treatise on homœopathic practice of medicine found in the catalog.
Published December 21, 2005 by Administrator in Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library
|Statement||Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library|
|Publishers||Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library|
|LC Classifications||December 21, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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For no woman can enjoy existence, when disease throws a dark cloud over the mind, and incapacitates her for the proper discharge of every duty. and how are they placed by Courtesy? Where teachers have so many classes, that they merely have time to find out what the pupils learn from books, without any aid from their teachers, the acquisitions of the pupils are vague and imperfect, and soon pass away; so that an immense amount of expense, time, and labor, is spent in acquiring or recalling what is lost about as fast as it is gained.
Owing to a rare combination of innovation and sound practicality, he continues to be a much sought after practitioner, writer, and teacher in the Ayurvedic Medical world. She took over the domestic duties of her household at the age of 16, following her mother's death. This the best way to gain their Confidence and Affection. Neglect of the Laws of Health. She believed that women had a higher calling to shape children and society. To secure adequate exercise for the pupils, two methods are adopted.
And A treatise on homœopathic practice of medicine is to that class of mothers, who have the best means of securing hired service, and who are the most tempted to allow their daughters to grow up with inactive habits, that their Country and the world must look for a reformation, in this respect. Effects of too much Food in the Stomach.
In addition to this, a system of Calisthenic exercises is introduced, which secures all the advantages which dancing is supposed to effect, and which is free from the dangerous tendencies of that fascinating and fashionable amusement. the cervical, from the Latin, cervix, the neck, the dorsal, from dorsum, the back, and lumbar, from lumbus, the loins.
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In the wealthy classes, young girls are sent to school, as a matter of course, year after year, confined, for six hours a day, to the schoolhouse, and required to add some time out of school to learning their lessons. This secures a diminution of classes, so that but few studies are pursued at one time; while the number of well-qualified teachers is so adequate, that full time is afforded for all needful instruction and illustration. The writer has heard some of her friends declare, that they would ride fifty miles, to see a perfectly healthy and vigorous woman, out of the laboring classes.
As the education of females is now conducted, any man or woman who pleases, can establish a female seminary, and secure recommendations which will attract pupils.