Thelyphthora: Or, A Treatise on Female Ruin, in Its Causes, Effects, Consequences, Prevention, and Remedy; Considered on the Basis of the Divine Law: Under the Following Heads, Viz. Marriage, Whoredom, and Fornication, Adultery, Polygamy, Divorce; with Many Other Incidental Matters; Particularly Including an Examination of the Principles and Tendency of Stat. 26 Geo. II C. 33. Commonly Called The Marriage Act, Volume 3
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