The Resource Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial, and self-defence from the charge of insanity, or Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to afford legal protection to married women, by Mrs. E.P.W. Packard

Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial, and self-defence from the charge of insanity, or Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to afford legal protection to married women, by Mrs. E.P.W. Packard

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Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial, and self-defence from the charge of insanity, or Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to afford legal protection to married women
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Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial, and self-defence from the charge of insanity, or Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to afford legal protection to married women
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by Mrs. E.P.W. Packard
Title variation
Three years' imprisonment for religious belief ..
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
GXR
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1816-1897
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Packard, E. P. W.
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illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Moore, Stephen R
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  • Packard, E. P. W.
  • Married women
  • Mentally ill
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Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial, and self-defence from the charge of insanity, or Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to afford legal protection to married women, by Mrs. E.P.W. Packard
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  • "This case was on trial before the Hon. Charles R. Starr [judge of the 20th Judicial Circuit of Illinois] at Kankakee City, Illinois, from Monday, January 11th, 1864, to Tuesday the 19th, and came up on an application made by Mrs. Packard, under the Habeas Corpus Act, to be discharged from imprisonment by her husband in their own house."--P. [12]
  • "The great trial of Mrs. Elizabeth P.W. Packard ... A full report of the trial, incidents, etc. by Stephen R. Moore ...": p. [12]-41
  • "Mrs. Packard's address to the Illinois Legislature" (21 p.) at end
Extent
1 online resource (137, [1], 21 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
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Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial, and self-defence from the charge of insanity, or Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to afford legal protection to married women, by Mrs. E.P.W. Packard
Link
Publication
Note
  • "This case was on trial before the Hon. Charles R. Starr [judge of the 20th Judicial Circuit of Illinois] at Kankakee City, Illinois, from Monday, January 11th, 1864, to Tuesday the 19th, and came up on an application made by Mrs. Packard, under the Habeas Corpus Act, to be discharged from imprisonment by her husband in their own house."--P. [12]
  • "The great trial of Mrs. Elizabeth P.W. Packard ... A full report of the trial, incidents, etc. by Stephen R. Moore ...": p. [12]-41
  • "Mrs. Packard's address to the Illinois Legislature" (21 p.) at end
Extent
1 online resource (137, [1], 21 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote

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