Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial, and self-defence from the charge of insanity; or, Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to afford legal protection to married women. By Mrs. E. P. W. Packard.
|Main Author:||Packard, E. P. W. 1816-1897.|
Hartford, Case, Lockwood & company, 1867.
"This case was on trial before the Hon. Charles R. Starr [judge of the 20th judicial circuit of Illinois], at Kankakee city, Illinois, from Monday, January 11th, 1864, to Tuesday the 19th, and came up on an
137, , 21 p.
|Original Classification Number:||HV 3006 .I3 P13 1867|
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