from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of offspring.
- n. An obsolete form of osprey.
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I can disgrace and stigmatize my Lawfull ospring, and feel neither Shame or compunction, but I would not betray a public trust.
Punishment will fall upon the, and thy wayward ospring.
Books; notwithstanding this, he may only, as he has on former occasions for our son, be the Channel only, to convey and foster the ospring of an other.
Having wisht you Joy upon this happy event, I shall proceed from this domestick occurence to an other less important, to viz. that Cosset like wise has three ospring of the same age with Octavia.
Conjugal fidelity holds the first place in the Rank of Female Virtues, and whilst that Source is uncorrupted, we may hope to see the united efforts of parents exerted towards the improvement and cultivation of the minds and morals of their ospring regardless of the Sex, affording to each an
Poor Humane Nature, How few of thy ospring are "firm and steady to their trust, inflexible in ill and Strictly just."
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