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Voice 1846 03 13
 
VOICE OF INDUSTRY
MARCH 13, 1846

Notice

The Female Labor Reform Association will meet every Tuesday evening, at 8 o’clock, at their Reading Room, 76 Central Street, to transact all business pertaining to the Association, and to devise means by which to promote the common interests of all the Laboring Classes. Also to discuss all subjects which shall come before the meeting. Every Female who realizes the great necessity of a Reform and improvement in the condition of the worthy, toiling classes, and who would wish to place woman in that elevated status intellectually and morally, which a bountiful Creator designed her to occupy in the scale of being, is most cordially invited to attend and give her influence on the side of virtue and suffering humanity.”

Huldah J. Stone, Sec’y, The Female Department
 

 
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