LECTURES ON FEMALE EDUCATION AND MANNERS.
London: Johnson, 1793. Second edn. (ie. NY: Sourcebook, 1970, reprint edn.) 2 volumes in one. A very good tight copy. (Item ID: 9007)
These lectures were read to pupils "of a school for female tuition." Concerns the influence and duties of the female sex. Although Burton asserts that women should be educated for a domestic role, he notes that were women given the same education as men, "the women, without a doubt, would be as well informed in the system of human knowledge as men."