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By Susan B. (Susan Brownell) Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Matilda Joslyn Gage
This ancient publication can have quite a few typos and lacking textual content. dealers can frequently obtain a loose scanned reproduction of the unique ebook (without typos) from the writer. no longer listed. now not illustrated. 1887 version. Excerpt: ... the recent DEPARTURE. below THE FOURTEENTH modification. Francis Minor's Resolutions-- listening to ahead of Congressional Committee--Descriptions by means of Mrs. Fannie Rowland and beauty Greenwood--Washington conference, 1870--Rev. Samnel J. May--Senator Carpenter--Professor Spraguc, of Cornell University--Notes of Mrs. Hooker--May Anniversary in New York--The 5th road Conference--Second Decade Celebration--Washington, 1871--Victoria Woodhull's Memorial--Judiciary Committee--Majority and Minority Reports--George W. Julian and A. A. Sargent within the House--May Anniversary, 1871--Washington in 1872--Senate Judiciary Committee--Benjamin F. Butler--The Sherman-Dahlgren Protest--Women In furnish and Wilson crusade. even if with Charles Sumner many helieved that less than the unique structure ladies have been electorate and for that reason electorate in our Republic, even more daring and invincible have been their claims while the XIV. modification additional new obstacles to the already robust bulwarks of the perfect legislation of the land. the importance of those amendments in connection with girls was once first visible by means of Francis Minor, of Missouri, a member of the criminal career in St. Louis. He known as consciousness to the view of the query, later on followed by way of many prime legal professionals pf the yankee bar, that ladies have been enfranchised by means of the letter and spirit of the XIV. modification. in this interpretation the officials of the nationwide organization started quickly after to base their speeches, resolutions, and hearings prior to Congress, and to make divers makes an attempt to vote in several components of the rustic. At a lady suffrage conference in St. Louis, October, 1869, the subsequent suggestive resolutions have been awarded through Francis Minor, Esq., enclosed within the accompanying letter to The Revolution: St. Louis, Oct....** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]
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I would suggest, when they are fairly subdued, that we should send them to London to make a part of the staff of the London Times. I think they would do better there than anywhere else. (Laughter). The Hutchinson Family being present, varied the proceedings with their inspiring songs. Lucy Stone, in introducing them, said Gen. McClellan was not willing they should sing on the other side of the Potomac, but we are glad to hear them everywhere. Susan B. Anthony presented a series of resolutions, and said: There is great fear expressed on all sides lest this war shall be made a war for the negro.
For nearly two hours she held that large audience with intense interest and enthusiasm, and when she finished with a beautiful peroration, the people seemed to take a long breath, as if to find relief from the intensity of their emotions. Loud cries followed for Mr.  After her remarkable success in New York, the Philadelphia Union League invited her to speak in that city. The invitation, signed by leading Republicans, she readily accepted. Judge Wm. D. Kelley presided, and a most appreciative audience greeted her.
Our fathers, driven out by the oppression of England, came to this country and planted that little seed of liberty upon the soil of New England. When our Revolution took place, the seed was only in the process of sprouting. You must recollect that our Declaration of Independence was the very first National evidence of the great doctrine of brotherhood and equality. I verily believe that those who were the true lovers of liberty did all they could at that time. In their debates in the Convention they denounced slavery--they protested against the hypocrisy and inconsistency of a nation declaring such glorious truths, and then trampling them underfoot by enslaving the poor and oppressed, because he had a skin not colored like their own; as though a man's skin should make any difference in the recognition of his rights, any more than the color of his hair or of his eyes.