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INV-24971 [WOMEN’S RIGHTS] Newspaper. The Caledonian, November 16, 1850. St. Johnsbury, Vermont: Albert G. Chadwick. 4 pp. 1850-11-16

From their own talk it is easy to see that it was mainly a gathering of uncomfortable females—some of whom by their own avowal are infidels—consisting of disappointed spinsters (who never spin)—disaffected wives (who want to be husbands) and widows of ‘uneasy virtue’ and more uneasy ambition, whose wants are not exactly understood by themselves.

This issue includes a front-page reprint of a Burlington Sentinel (Vermont) article scoffing at the first national “Woman’s Rights Convention” held in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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