An oriental thinks that women are by nature peculiarly voluptuous; see the violent abuse of them on this ground in Hindoo writings. An Englishman usually thinks that they are by nature cold.

She will not model her soul tosuit the frailties of her companion, but to bear with them; his character may be a trial, but not an impediment to virtue.

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