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Leprince de Beaumont, Jeanne-Marie. Magasin des enfans. The young ladies magazine: or, Polite tutoress. Containing dialouges between a governess and several young ladies of quality her scholars. In which each lady is made to speak according to her particular genius, temper, and inclination. Their several faults are pointed out, and the easy way to mend them, as well as to think and speak, and act properly; no less care being taken to form their hearts to goodness, than to enlighten their understanding with useful knowledge. A short and clear abridgement is also given of sacred and profane history, and some lessons in geography. The useful is blended with the agreeable throughout, the whole being interspersed with proper reflections and moral tales. By Madam Le Prince De Beaumont. Third edition. Vol. V.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 5011, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/5011. Accessed 2024-07-24.

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  author={Leprince de Beaumont,Jeanne-Marie},
  year={1792},
  title={Magasin des enfans. The young ladies magazine: or, Polite tutoress. Containing dialouges between a governess and several young ladies of quality her scholars. In which each lady is made to speak according to her particular genius, temper, and inclination. Their several faults are pointed out, and the easy way to mend them, as well as to think and speak, and act properly; no less care being taken to form their hearts to goodness, than to enlighten their understanding with useful knowledge. A short and clear abridgement is also given of sacred and profane history, and some lessons in geography. The useful is blended with the agreeable throughout, the whole being interspersed with proper reflections and moral tales. By Madam Le Prince De Beaumont. Third edition. Vol. V.},
  publisher={John Parker},
  address={Dublin},    }

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