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Title The Female Spectator Volumes 1, Books 1-6, 1744
Section Conduct and Politeness
Date 1744-1755
Document Type Printed Book
Library/Archive Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
Reference Hope 80 390
Author Eliza Haywood
Author (Gender) female
Place of Publication London
Names Eliza Haywood; Duchess of Leeds; Shakespeare (p265)
Places France; England
Topics index (p323){image number 162}, advice for women, conduct, femininity, masculinity, tales of morality, periodical, fiction, letters, essays, marriage, property, romance, law, inequality, elite, social structure, class, courtship, education, speech, France, England, dedication to Duchess of Leeds (p3){image number 2}, marriage, inheritance and allowances, benefit of education (p9-10){image number 5}, attitude towards leisure (pp8, 223){image number 5}, love and marriage (pp12, 68, 116){image number 7}, adultery (pp15-103, 179, 300){image number 8}, abortion (p21){image number 11}, separation, divorce (p22){image number 12}, child birth (p22){image number 12}, dangers of over protecting young ladies (pp23-30){image number 12}, masquerade balls (pp30-32, 43-45){image number 16}, rape (p45){image number 23}, courtship (pp53-61){image number 27}, etiquette (p62){image number 32}, arranged marriage, impact of class and status on proposed marriages (p80){image number 41}, parental influence, patriarchy, status of women (p88){image number 45}, legal status of wife (p235){image number 118}, masculinity and warfare (pp88-94, 97){image number 45}, ladies' personal expenses (p90){image number 46}, illegitimate children (p105){image number 53}, games, cards (p121){image number 61}, gaming, gambling, lottery (p122){image number 62}, sport (p124){image number 63}, dress and appearance (pp126, 232, 238){image number 64}, drink, food, eating (p173){image number 87}, speech, conversation (p176){image number 89}, jealousy (p182){image number 92}, humour, wit, sarcasm (pp194-5, 213){image number 98}, lack of privacy (p201){image number 101}, conduct of youth (p217){image number 109}, reputation (p234){image number 118}, gentleman, difference in conduct between French and English Gentlemen (pp236-240){image number 119}, manners (p268){image number 135}, religion (p286){image number 144}
Additional Information By Eliza Haywood and others. 5th Edition (London, 1755).
Copyright Bodleian Library, University of Oxford