1792 Mary Wollstonecraft Rights of Woman Feminism PROVENANCE Massachusetts Mag

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The ‘Massachusetts Magazine’ was an early American monthly periodical that featured fragments from some of the most important American documents. This October 1792 edition includes some of the following notable works:

  • Fragment from Mary Wollstonecraft’s ‘Vindication of the Rights of Woman’.
  • Historical account of small pox
  • Excerpt from William Coxe’s ‘Travels into Poland’
  • Masonic speeches

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1792 Mary Wollstonecraft Rights of Woman Feminism PROVENANCE Massachusetts Mag

 

The ‘Massachusetts Magazine’ was an early American monthly periodical that featured fragments from some of the most important American documents. This October 1792 edition includes some of the following notable works:

  • Fragment from Mary Wollstonecraft’s ‘Vindication of the Rights of Woman’.
  • Historical account of small pox
  • Excerpt from William Coxe’s ‘Travels into Poland’
  • Masonic speeches

 

Item number: #5587

Price: $1500

 

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The Massachusetts Magazine, or, Monthly Museum

 

Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer Andrews, 1792. (No X, vol IV).

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • [3], 596-684
    • Lacks engraving described on title page
  • Provenance: Handwritten
    • John Williams, 1808
      • Likely Captain John Foster Williams (October 12, 1743 – June 24, 1814) was an American mariner who served as an officer in the Massachusetts State Navy during the American Revolutionary War and later an officer in the Revenue-Marine.
      • Following the Revolutionary War, John Foster Williams was commissioned as a Revenue-Marine officer by President George Washington on March 21, 1791 and given oversight of construction of the cutter Massachusetts which he later commanded. After Massachusetts was determined to be too slow for her assigned tasks she was decommissioned, and Massachusetts II was constructed and commissioned in 1793; Williams was chosen as master.
      • The ship USS Williams (DD-108) was named for him.
    • Language: English
    • Binding: Leather; tight & secure
    • Size: ~8.5in X 5.25in (21.5cm x 13.5cm)
    • Extremely rare with no other example for sale worldwide

 

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5587

Categories

Americana, American History

Law & Government

Authors

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Printing Date

18th Century

Language

English

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete