Publisher Description

Legislature of Massachusetts because a woman addresses them. Sir Walter Scott says: The truth of Heaven was never committed to a tongue, however feeble, but it we a right to that tongue to announce mercy, while it declared judgment. And in view of all that women have done, and are doing, intellectually and morally, for the advancement of the world, I presume no enlightened legislator will be disposed to deny that the truth of Heaven is often committed to them, and that they sometimes utter it with a degree of power that greatly influences the age in which they live.

GENRE
Social Studies
RELEASED
1880
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
54
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
39.7
KB

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