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28 Elizabeth street, is still open for the accommodation of genteel persons of colour, with Boarding & Lodging. S. In addition to the above establishment, the subscriber keeps on hand a quantity of best Refreshments, Oysters &c. served up at the shortest notice. Her house is in a healthy and pleasant situation, and she hopes by the unremitted attention that will be paid to all those who may favour her with their patronage, to be entitled to public favour. Eliza Johnson, Philadelphia Advertisement, June 2, 1828, in Sterling, We Are Your Sisters, 97.
The diffusion of knowledge has destroyed those degrading opinions, and men of the present age, allow, that we have minds that are capable and deserving of culture. Matilda One of the earliest expressions of women’s rights, by an African American, letter to the editor of Freedom’s Journal, August 10, 1827, in Aptheker, A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States, Vol. 1, 89. The late strike and grand public march of the female operatives in New Hampshire exhibit the Yankee sex in a new and unexpected light.
Harriet H. Robinson, describing factory life at Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1831, in Loom and Spindle, 38–41. Of the unjust right which in virtue of this [we dding] cere m o ny an iniquitous law tacitly gives me over the person and pro p e rty of another, I cannot legally, but I can morally, d ivest my s e l f, and earnestly desire to be considered by others, as utterly dive s ted, now and during the rest of my life, of any such rights, the barbarous relics of a feudal, despotic system. Robert Dale Owen and Mary Jane Robinson, marriage contract, 1832, in History of Woman Suffrage, Vol.
A Critical History of English Literature: The Restoration to the Present Day v. 2 by David Daiches