Here Mott, from London, June 17 requests O’Connell’s views on the question of women in the Convention.   O’Connell’s response includes that at first he was against the inclusion of women…

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Here, from the London Christian Pioneer, is the story of Mott’s appearance at the annual meeting of the Glasgow Emancipation Society.   She is characterized with these words:”…. The eloquent, pure-minded,…

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Records her presence and participation.   “Among those who cheered the meeting with their presence were two of  those of the rejected delegates to the pseudo ‘world’s convention”, Lucretia Mott and…

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July 15, 1842 Here is an “Interesting Letter from England”, signed only W.H.Ashurst, from Musell Hill, Hornsey, April 30, 1842 The letter makes a number of points: “We are struggling…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1842 Chapman, Maria Weston Mott, Lucretia Non-Resistance Prejudice Working Class Issues

September 17, 1847 Included are two letters regarding a speech by Mott, in Worcester, with a title Reforms of the Age. One writer cannot agree with her because she seems…

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December 3, 1847  From the Baltimore Cor. of Era. is an article telling of her seventy day trip, away from her home in Philadelphia, during which she has traveled at…

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September 15, 1848 An account of a convention, held at the Unitarian Church, in the city of Rochester, August 12. During the convention, W.C. Nell reads an address which he…

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November 9, 1849 Referring to his visit with the Mott’s, while in Philadelphia, Garrison acknowledges a special debt to them.  Remembering their early work with Benjamin Lundy, and abolition, he…

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November 7, 1851 An item from Philadelphia, signed only “J.N.”, comments on a recent Friends Meeting, at Cherry Street. A member of the Society, during his remarks, speaks against the…

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