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The Young Lady's Guide to the Harmonious Development of Christian Character is a collection of writings originally written for the author's sister, and published for upper class women, but the author indicates that the, "...greater portion of it is equally suited to any other class." The author did not intend the guide to be a manual, but to bring up various topics that he felt women should consider. This section of the book contains chapters entitled: "True Religion Progressive," "Doctrinal Knowledge," "Nature and Effects of True Religion," "Charity," "Harmony of Christian Character," "Reading and Study of the Bible," "Prayer," "Temptation," "Self-Denial," "Public and Social Worship, and Sabbath Employments," "Meditation," and "On Health."
Phillips and Samson
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Upper class women; Women in Christianity; Self-culture; Bible--Study and teaching; Worship; Health; Phillips and Sampson
Newcomb, Harvey, "The Young Lady's Guide to the Harmonious Development of Christian Character (Part One)" (1845). Mother Home & Heaven. 61.