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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; Volume 353 Of Collection Of Trials On Microfiche; History Of Women; Volume 20 Of American Trials; Issue 2122 Of Gerritsen Collection Of Women's History
Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard, Stephen R. Moore
Case, Lockwood, 1866
Law; Mental Health; Husband and wife; Insane; Insanity (Law); Law / Mental Health; Married women; Mentally ill; Trials; Women; Women's rights
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Book Description Condition: very good. 295 Gramm. Seller Inventory # M01247492885-V