Woman: her rights, wrongs, privileges, and responsibilities. Containing a sketch of her condition in all ages and countries, from her creation and fall in Eden to the present time: her present legal status in England, France, and the United States: her relations to man, physiological, social, moral, and intellectual: her ability to fill the enlarged sphere of duties and privileges claimed for her: her true position in eduction, professional life, employments, and wages considered. Woman Suffrage, its folly and inexpediency, and the injury and deterioration which it would cause in her character, shown, and the best means for real advancement and elevation demonstrated
Hartford, CT: L. Stebbins, 1869. 447p., steel-engraved frontispiece a bit foxed, first edition, illus. (some foxed), original cloth binding faded with bumped corners, spine very badly faded and stained, minor wear at head and tail of spine. Twenty illustrations, counting the frontispiece.