Man Superior to Woman; Or, a Vindication of Man's Natural Right of Sovereign Authority Over the Woman. Containing a Plain Confutation of the Fallacious Arguments of Sophia, in Her Late Treatise Intitled, Woman Not Inferior to Man. ... By a Gentleman, Volume 4
T. Cooper, 1739 - 74 pages
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