|展示資料||1. An essay concerning marriage. Shewing,
I. The preference of marriage to a single life.
II. The arguments for and against a plurality of wives and concubines.
III. The authority of parents and governors, in regulating or restraining marriages.
IV. The power of husbands, and the privileges of wives.
V. The nature of divorce, and in what cases it is allowable.
VI. The reasons of prohibiting marriage within certain degrees.
VII. The manner of contracting Espousals, and what engagements and promises of marriage are binding.
VIII. The penalties incurred by forcible and clandestine marriages, and the consequences attending marriages solemnized by the dissenters.
To which is added, an historical account of the marriage rites and ceremonies of the Greeks and Romans, and our Saxon Ancestors, and of most nations of the world at this day / by Mr. Salmon. — The second edition.
Printed for Charles Rivington …, 1724.
2. Letters to married women. The second edition, considerably enlarged.
Printed for G. Kearsly …, 1768.
3. The female instructor; or, Young woman‘s companion : being a guide to all the accomplishments which adorn the female character, either as a useful member of society — a pleasing and instructive companion, or, a respectable mother of a family. With many pleasing examples of illustrious females. To which are added, useful medicinal receipts, and a concise system of cookery, with other valuable information in the different branches of domestic economy.
Printed by Henry Fisher, Caxton, [18–?].
4. The maids, wives, and widows penny magazine, and gazette of fashion.
— Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 27, 1832)-v. 1, no. 10 (Dec. 29, 1832). G. Berger, 1832.
5. Woman physiologically considered as to mind, morals, marriage, matrimonial slavery, infidelity, and divorce .by Alexander Walker. A.H. Baily, London, 1839.
6. The wives of England : their relative duties, domestic influence, and social obligations. by Mrs. Ellis. Philadelphia : George S. Appleton , 1843.
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