Quotation by Anonymous

In Woolstonecraft's page, BRIDGET
BEARWELL was skill'd
And her fancy with novel inventions was
fill'd
But Bridget improv'd on Miss Wool-
stonecraft's plan,
And projected some small revolution in
man.
"Tis plain," she exclaim'd, "that the
sexes should share,
In each other's employments, amusements and care.
I'm taught in man's duties and honors
to join,
And, therefore, let man be partaker of mine:
Since to share with my husband in logic
I'm fit
In classical lore, mathematics, and wit;
In return, he shall yield the pot, kettle,
and ladle,
And unite in the charge of the kitchen
and cradle."
Surprise me with a
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