In conclusion, I modestly venture to give the advice, that a woman's doctor should be allowed the opportunity of nipping in the bud, by timely treatment, the morbid germs which are often carefully hidden. And now, 1 think, I have rougbly mentioned everything that can be done for the salvation and well-being of a growing woman.
The future will show, whether I have been preaching to deaf ears. One thing, ho wever, is certain, namely, that the beauty of the female body is nothing but the conception of its highest health.
And the beauty of the soul? Happy is he who lias been in a position to know thorouglily a beautiful woman's soul. But to write about it is a sin, for it can onlv be feit in the deepest depths of the heart.