Appeal

 

to the

 

Men of Great Britain

 

in behalf of 

 

Women.

 

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Let it be remembered, that the efficacy of ignorance has been long tried, and has not produced the consequences expected. Let knowledge therefore take its turn, and let the patrons of privation stand a while aside, and admit the operation of positive principles.

                                                                                                Johnson.

 

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Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul’s Church-Yard; 

and J. Bell, Oxford-Street.

 

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1798.