The disabilities, therefore, to which women are subject from the mere fact of their birth, are the solitary examples of the kind in modern legislation.

The women, though without virtue, are their masters and sovereigns." Ah! why do women–I write with affectionate solicitude– condescend to receive a degree of attention and respect from strangers different from that reciprocation of civility which the d

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