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valued principles of  the c.L. have been  embodied in the Constitution of the U.S. and the  cons. of the Federal States; and in many of the States the E.L. & the statutes of Eng. in force in the colony at the time of American  independence are by the State cons. declared to be the law of the State  until repealed.
 
valued principles of  the c.L. have been  embodied in the Constitution of the U.S. and the  cons. of the Federal States; and in many of the States the E.L. & the statutes of Eng. in force in the colony at the time of American  independence are by the State cons. declared to be the law of the State  until repealed.
 
1st Arm  woman to demand suf.  Margaret Breut of Maryland in 1647.
 
1st Arm  woman to demand suf.  Margaret Breut of Maryland in 1647.
1sr woman to  speak in public in the U.S. - Frances Wright )Pg. 7  Blue Book)
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1st woman to  speak in public in the U.S. - Frances Wright )Pg. 7  Blue Book)
 
2nd woman: Earnestine L. Rose  Later associated with her were
 
2nd woman: Earnestine L. Rose  Later associated with her were
 
China: Journal  Dec.18, '15  ~  ~  June 3,  16
 
China: Journal  Dec.18, '15  ~  ~  June 3,  16
 
N.Y. St  Bul
 
N.Y. St  Bul

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valued principles of the c.L. have been embodied in the Constitution of the U.S. and the cons. of the Federal States; and in many of the States the E.L. & the statutes of Eng. in force in the colony at the time of American independence are by the State cons. declared to be the law of the State until repealed. 1st Arm woman to demand suf. Margaret Breut of Maryland in 1647. 1st woman to speak in public in the U.S. - Frances Wright )Pg. 7 Blue Book) 2nd woman: Earnestine L. Rose Later associated with her were China: Journal Dec.18, '15 ~ ~ June 3, 16 N.Y. St Bul