Friendly Advice; Comprehending General Heads of Qualifications

Friendly Advice; Comprehending General Heads of Qualifications

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Excerpt from Friendly Advice; Comprehending General Heads of Qualifications: Requisite for Those Who Wish to Mary Well and Live Happy

The fweetnefs of marriage gives great joy to both hufband and wife; as foon as they fee the fruit of marriage, their ilfue, it gives them great fatlsfaetion to fee their children fiammer with an innocent?augh. The mother looks at her infants, killing their lips every moment, and obferves them jumping about, contemplating their faces which refemble the father or mother, which makes her love them better than herfelf, and the banifhes every thing difagreeable from her mind in remembrance of the fruit of her' marriage. Every one may be acquainted with the memorable judgment of the judges of Areo pagus, againft Terefa Manna of Smyrna, who was accufed in the prefence of Dolabella, Vice Conful of Alia, for havmg killed her hufband, and one of his children. This woman being alked by the judges, how the could be f0 cruel as to murder her confort and his child? Terefa Manna anfwered, {he did f0, becaufe her hufband had killed one of her firft hufband's children. The judges were f0 loft to decide the queltion, that they fent the woman to the Athenian judges, who after having heard the caufe, and not being able to decide, whether the bulband had been' molt cruel by killing her child, or the wife by murdering her hufband for havingkilled one pf her children, that they difputed whether fuch a murder was pardonable; at laft the judgesagreed to' pol'rponc the fentence for one hun dred years. This decree was made on purpofe' to lhew, that they could not abfolve the woman for her crime, neither condemn a vindictive per fon for the lofs of a child fo' much beloved by a mother. Another accident happened at Rome, when Lucretia Angiola was accufed by Peter Baldini and john Biaggio, before thejudge Mar cus Pompiglius Lenates, to have killed her mo ther with a large ftick for having poifoned two of her infants. Rutilia of Rome, could not fuffer the abfence of her exiled fon, for {he would ta~ ther follow him to his banilhment than be de prived of his prefence faying, that it was more eafy forber to leave her native country and live in mifery with him, than to be abfent from her fon. If we confider the fagaciby of children, the wif dom of fathers, the humanity and goodnefs of mothers, we might then judge what hope can be expeeted from the generous woman, feeing the blood of her veins in her young offspring grow. Ing up to maturity, and well educated. 'what joy and happinefs the father and mother mutt receive, in the profpeet of their name being kept up to pofierity. This matrimonial fiate makes a woman happy, if {he is married to an honeft hufband. It is true, that manyfemales may fay, that there are very few honeft hufbands; but thefe 'women before they marry, {hould endeavour to find a huiband fuitable and equal to them, more or lefs in birth,.fortune and country: as ancient philofophers faid, that equality (not that of France) is the mother of concord and har mony, and inequality the mother of difcord and diflike.

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