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Thu Oct 16 17:52:28 2014 UTClccn-no20070688930.77The female aegis, or, The duties of women from childhood to old age, and in most situations of life, exemplified0.870.93Empire online143444973no20070688937442705Adam Matthew Publications. Adam Matthew Digitallccn-n81139951British Librarylccn-n80020306Bodleian Librarylccn-n50070090Historical Society of Pennsylvanialccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHouselccn-n81070793Cambridge University Librarylccn-n2003091902Edward E. Ayer Collection (Newberry Library)lccn-n79061169University of Sussexlccn-n79065643Mass-Observation (Firm)lccn-nb2012009563Bill Douglas Centrenc-adam matthew education firmAdam Matthew Education (Firm)Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)Speeches in CongressConstitutionHistorySourcesPoetryControversial literatureUnited StatesSlaveryPolitical scienceWomen--Conduct of lifeBeauty, PersonalAestheticsPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaCharitiesAmerican Anti-Slavery SocietySlavery--Extension to the territoriesCampaign literatureSlaves--EmancipationWomen--EmploymentFillmore, Millard,WomenAntislavery movementsSouthern StatesWilmot provisoFeminine beauty (Aesthetics)Sex differencesWomen--PhysiologyMen--PhysiologyKansas-Nebraska Act (United States)Women--EducationNativismStates' rights (American politics)Public welfareSpirit photographySpiritualismSlavery--Moral and ethical aspectsNaturalizationNative American PartyConstitution (United States)Frémont, John Charles,Religion and politicsMexican War (1846-1848)Missouri compromiseCatholic ChurchEconomic historyCommerceTransportationColonizationHistory--SourcesGreat BritainImperialismColoniesFrontier and pioneer lifeTerritorial expansionUnited States, WestCivilization147714961503150515111525152915441545155415551558156115631565157815791580158415851590159916001601160516161617161816191621162216261627163416361637163816391640164716481650165216541655165616571660166216671668167016711672167316741675167616771678167916801682168316841685168716881689169016921693169416951696169716981699170017011702170317041705170717081709171017111712171317141718171917201722172417251726172717281730173217331735173717381739174117441745174617471748174917501751175217531754175517561758175917601762176317661768176917701771177217731775177617781779178017811782178317841785178617871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180118021803180518061807180818091810181118121813181418151816181718181819182018211822182318241825182618271828182918301831183218331834183518361837183818391840184118421843184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719491950195119531955195619581960196119661967196919701971197219751977197819791980198819941996199820002001200420052006200720082009201020112012201320145674452516300701.17HT8671871ocn841412068file18550.86Chapman, Maria Weston"How can I help to abolish slavery?", or, Counsels to the newly convertedHistoryConstitutionControversial literature1392ocn768398247file17520.84Spence, JosephCrito, or, A dialogue on beauty1372ocn768398409file17750.88Roussel, PSystème physique et moral de la femme, ou, Tableau philosophique de la constitution, de l'état organique, du tempérament, des moeurs & des fonctions propres au sexe1221ocn793314362file17590.82Marriott, ThomasFemale conduct being an essay on the art of pleasing : to be practised by the fair sex before, and after marriage : a poem in two booksPoetryInstructions on feminine conduct1221ocn793314423file17980.77The female aegis, or, The duties of women from childhood to old age, and in most situations of life, exemplifiedHistoryGuide for the conduct of women throughout their lives1211ocn841406929file18460.88Dixon, JamesSpeech of Mr. James Dixon, of Connecticut, on the subject of the naturalization laws, and the origin of the Native American Party delivered in the House of Representatives, U.S., December 30, 1845Speeches in Congress1201ocn841410776file18600.88Carter, Luther CSpeech of Hon. Luther C. Carter, of New York delivered in the House of Representatives, January 18, 1860Speeches in CongressControversial literature1191ocn841406863file18560.88Brooks, ErastusSpeech of Hon. Erastus Brooks at Hartford, Conn., July 8, 1856 Mr. Fillmore's claims on northern men and union men, for the presidency : the man and his measures, his opponents and their measures, slavery, anti-slavery, Romanism, Americanism, and patriotismControversial literature1191ocn841406862file18560.86Brooks, JamesDefence of President Fillmore, by Hon. James Brooks, (of New York) before a meeting of the American Party, held at Cincinnati, Friday evening, May 30, 18561191ocn841406840file18540.88Banks, Nathaniel PrentissSpeech of Mr. Banks, of Massachusetts, on the Nebraska and Kansas bill delivered in the House of Representatives, May 23, 1854Speeches in Congress1191ocn841406881file18500.84Campbell, Lewis DSpeech of Hon. L.D. Campbell, of Ohio, on southern aggression, the purposes of the Union, and the comparative effects of slavery and freedom delivered in the House of Representatives, February 19, 1850Speeches in Congress1191ocn841406866file18480.90Bowditch, William IThe constitutionality of slaveryControversial literature1191ocn841406869file18560.88Botts, John MinorSpeech of Hon. John M. Botts, on the political issues of the day delivered at the African Church, in the city of Richmond, August 8, 18561191ocn841406885file18470.90Cass, LewisSpeech of Hon. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, on the Wilmot Proviso delivered in the Senate of the United States, Monday, March 1, 1847HistorySpeeches in Congress1191ocn841412174file18550.86Burleigh, Charles CSlavery and the NorthControversial literature1181ocn841406780file0.86Commercial conventions direct trade : a chance for the South1181ocn841412043file18300.88Carey, MathewEssays on the public charities of Philadelphia intended to vindicate benevolent societies from the charge of encouraging idleness, and to place in strong relief, before an enlightened public, the sufferings and oppression under which the greater part of the females labour, who depend on their industry for a support for themselves and children1151ocn794209890file18940.90Glendinning, AndrewThe veil lifted modern developments of spirit photography851ocn051973937com0.93Empire onlineHistorySourcesThis database is being published in five sections between 2003 and 2007 offering approximately 60,000 images of original documents linked to essays by leading scholars in the field of Empire Studies. The sections cover Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969 (2003); Empire Writing and the Literature of Empire (2003/4); The Visible Empire (2004/5); Religion and Empire (2005/6); and Race, Class and Colonialism, c1783-1969 (2006/7). The images will be sourced from about ten different libraries and archives around the world, including a strong core of document images from the British Library, including the Oriental and India Office Collections at the British Library; the University of Birmingham Library; the Bodleian Library, Oxford; and the Public Record Office and the State Records, New South Wales, Australia661ocn355728108file0.90The American West sources from the Everett D. Graff Collection at the Newberry Library, ChicagoHistorySourcesOriginal manuscripts, maps, ephemeral material, and rare printed sources from the Graff Collection about the American West, including tales of frontier life, Native Americans, vigilantes, and outlaws, and the growth of urban centres and environmental impact of westward expansion and of life in the borderlandsThu Oct 16 15:13:35 EDT 2014batch105396