US Auction #2 - Women's Studies
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Mary Ann Tocker (1778–1853)
[Mary Ann Tocker v. Richard Gurney: a Sammelband containing three of the pamphlets resulting from her trial for libel].
William Cobbett to Mary Ann Tocker "By your eloquence, you have convinced an honest jury, that to utter truth is not a crime..". Mary Ann Tocker (1778–1853) “the…
[“Early Modern Feminist” (L.Pau)]. - [Eliza FENWICK (1767-1840)]
The Life of Carlo, the Famous Dog of Drury-Lane Theatre: with his portrait, and other copper plates.
Very rare first edition
“George SAND” [Amantine Aurore Lucile DUPIN, leter Baronne Dudevant (1804-1876)].
Cosima ou la haine dans l'amour: drame en cinq actes précédé d'un prologue par George Sand.
Lord Henry Seymour's copy.
Lydia Huntley SIGOURNEY (1791 – 1865). – [19th-century School, ENGLISH or AMERICAN].
An original pastel and pencil portrait on board, label to verso “Portrait of Mrs. Sigourney / From Lord Calthorpe’s Coll.[ection]”
‘the sweet singer of Hartford,’ one of the first American women to succeed at a literary career.
Emma Hardinge BRITTEN (1823-1899, editor) - [William BRITTEN (author)]
[American Spiritualism; Women.] Art Magic; or, Mundane, Sub-Mundane and Super-Mundane Spiritualism.
[MILLWORKERS from Lowell, Mass (contributors)] - [Charles KNIGHT (editor)].
Mind amongst the Spindles: a selection from The Lowell Offering, a miscellany wholly composed by the factory girls
Introduction by Charles Knight with a letter in the intro. from Harriet Martineau.
Elizabeth Susan Abbot (nee Law), Lady COLCHESTER (1799-1883).
[Three works in one volume, all privately printed]
presentation volume given to the important political hostess, the Marchioness of Salisbury.