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Excerpt from Some Thoughts Concerning Education
Give me Leave therefore to advife you, nor to fence too carefully againft the Cold of this our Climate. There are thofe in Eﬂg' lewd, who wear the fame Clothes Winter and Summer, and that without any Inconveni ence, or more Senfe of Cold than Others find. But if the Mother will needs have an Allow ance for Frofi and Snow, for fear of Harm, and the Father for fear of Cenfure, be fure let not his vvinter-clothing be too warm: And among& other Things, remember, that when Nature has fo well covered his Head with Hair, and firengthened it with a Year or two's Age, i that he can run about by Day without a Cap, it is belt that by Night a Child fhould alfo lie without one; there being nothing that more expofes to Head ach, Colds, Catarrhs, Coughs, and feveral Other Difeafes, than keeping the Head warm.
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