Catalog Record: Chickens feed capons; or, A dissertation on the pertness of our youth in general, especially those trained up at tea-tables; with the true picture of a petit maitre and a modern fine lady; some hints on abuses in education; not forgetting the insolence and scorn with which the generality of young persons treat their elders and betters. Also a very remarkable tragic case, which may serve as a warning to persons in years, how they give the staff out of their own hands, and leave themselves to the mercy of others | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Chickens feed capons; or, A dissertation on the pertness of our youth in general, especially those trained up at tea-tables; with the true picture of a petit maitre and a modern fine lady; some hints on abuses in education; not forgetting the insolence and scorn with which the generality of young persons treat their elders and betters. Also a very remarkable tragic case, which may serve as a warning to persons in years, how they give the staff out of their own hands, and leave themselves to the mercy of others. Written by a friend of the person injured.

Main Author: Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.
Language(s): English
Published: London, A. Dodd, 1731.
Subjects: Parent and child.
Child rearing.
Note: By Daniel Defoe?
Physical Description: 24 p.
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