Eliza Haywood



Essays by Eliza Haywood

Effeminacy in the army censured

I am most of all concerned when I hear a man having done a gallant action in the field, is so far puffed up with it that he looks upon himself as a little deity.

An ugly accident occasioned by a ram

One of the distinguishing marks of a bad taste in either sex, is the affectation of any virtue without the attempt to practise it.

On the use of tea

In fine, nothing ought to be indulged till it becomes so far habitual, that we cannot leave it off without difficulty, when we find it any way prejudicial or inconvenient.
Patrick Madden's New Book
Quotidiana by Patrick Madden

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