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Quaker Meditations A Neat Compendium
  Two Women in the Contents Womanly Provenance, Too
(A Quaker “Take”).  [Law, William]. An extract from a treatise on the spirit of prayer, or the soul rising out of the vanity of time into the riches of eternity. With some thoughts on war. Remarks on the nature and bad effects of the use of spirituous liquors. And considerations on slavery. Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, 1780. 12mo (16.3 cm, 6.45"). 84 pp. [bound with] Webb, Elizabeth. A letter...to Anthony William Boehm, with his answer. Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, 1783. 44 pp. [with] [Benezet, Anthony].  In the life of the lady Elizabeth Hastings... [Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, 1784]. 8 pp.
$1100.00
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No Thanks, WE'RE METHODIST
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Omaha, NE).  Satellite Circle.  The First Methodist cook book compiled by the Satellite Circle of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. Omaha, NE: [First Methodist Episcopal Church], 1925. 8vo (23.3 cm, 9.2"). 132 pp.; 1 col. adv. plt.
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Temperance Autobiography Signed Binding withInteresting Personal Connection
Gough, John Bartholomew.  An autobiography by John B. Gough. Boston: Pub. by and for the author, 1845. 8vo (17.5 cm, 6.8"). [4], 172 pp.
$95.00
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A Temperance Tome adapted forAMERICANS
Grindrod, Ralph Barnes.  Bacchus. An essay on the nature, causes, effects, and cure, of intemperance ... first American edition.... New York: J. & H.G. Langley, 1840. 12mo. xvi, 512 pp.
$75.00
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Superfluous women, & Other Lectures”
 (Thank you, Margaret Fuller)
Livermore, Mary A.  What shall we do with our daughters? Superfluous women, and other lectures. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1883. 16mo (17.9 cm; 7"). 208, [3] pp.
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A Temperance Tale
Macneill, Hector. The history of Will and Jean: Or, the sad effects of drunkenness. Glasgow: Pr. for the booksellers, [1840?]. 12mo. 24 pp.
$125.00
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He Did Not Use His Apprentices Ill, Because He Knew
He Had Himself a Master in Heaven”
More, Hannah.  The history of the two shoemakers. Philadelphia: Pr. by Jacob Meyer for Johnson & Warner, 1811. 24mo (14.6 cm, 5.75"). 107, [1] pp.; illus.
$350.00
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