Early modern Englishwoman, 1500-1750. Contemporary editions.
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A note on the texts A note on the spelling of Chapone Facsimile title-page Introduction The hardships of the English laws in relation to wives : with an explanation of the original curse of subjection passed upon the woman : in an humble address to the legislature Appendix one: responses from the weekly miscellany (1736, 1737) Appendix two: excerpts from The lawes resolutions of womens rights (1632), Baron and feme, a treatise of the common law concerning husbands and wives (1700), and the Treatise of feme coverts; or, the lady's law Appendix three: excerpts from the Sarah Chapone-Samuel Richardson correspondence Appendix four: remarks on Mrs. Muilman's letter to the right honourable the Earl of Chesterfield (1750) [by Sarah Chapone].