Published 1900 in Worcester, Mass .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Contributions||Davis, Horace, 1831-1916., Davis, Andrew McFarland, 1833-1920.|
|LC Classifications||E278.C4 B2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vol. xiv, pt. 1, p. 125-159.|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||10013935|
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Mrs. Lucretia Auld Daughter of Captain Anthony. In The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, Douglass describes Lucretia as a kind woman who protected him from being beaten by Aunt Katy, another slave. In his old age, Douglass became a good friend of Lucretia's daughter, Amanda Auld.
Lucretia had died when Amanda was still a child. Mrs. Otis, born Miss Lucretia R. Tappan, was considered a “celebrated belle” back in New York City. Now in middle age, Mrs. Otis is the wife of Mr. Otis and mother to Washington, Virginia, and the Otis American by birth, Mrs.
Otis has taken quite well to life in England. Mrs. Lucretia. Mrs. Lucretia is a daughter of Col. Lloyd, and after his death Frederick (the narrator) became her property. She was a very warm-hearted woman and always treated her slaves well. Master Thomas Auld. Master Thomas Auld is Mrs. Lucretia’s husband and after her death the narrator becomes his property.
The most I had to do was to drive up the cows at evening, keep the fowls out of the garden, keep the front yard clean, and run of errands for my old master's daughter, Mrs. Lucretia Auld. The most of my leisure time I spent in helping Master Daniel Lloyd in finding his birds, after he had shot them.
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Fortunately, he is taken by Mrs. Lucretia and sent to Baltimore again to live with Mr. Hugh Auld. This, Douglass attributes to another kind Providence. Shortly after his return to Baltimore, both Mrs. Lucretia and Master Andrew die, leaving all the slaves in the possession of strangers.
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It was the Opinion of a very good Judge of Dramatical Performers that another Gentlewoman, now living, was one of the greatest, and most promising Genii of her Time. Political and social reformer Lucretia Coffin Mott was born on January 3, in Nantucket, Massachusetts to a Quaker family.
Inspired by a father who encouraged his daughters to be useful and a mother who was active in business affairs, Lucretia Mott worked as a tireless advocate for the oppressed while also raising six children.
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Chain of life. New York, London, C. Scribner's sons, (OCoLC) Published in in Leavenworth, Kansas, during the post-Civil War charity cookbook boom, The Kansas Home Cook-Book is a fascinating, genuine example of how women during this time were able to express their political influence through sales of cookbook collections.
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The only deviation from the original consists in Mrs. Lucretia G. Lyon Mullinax, Troy, S.C. Comdr. Bushnell, Washington, D.C. Bushnell, Hinckley, Ills. The respective candidates and their friends worked for their favorites as zealously as if the election had involved the safety of the State or an income of thousands of dollars.
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Mrs. Umney is the long-time housekeeper of Canterville Chase, having served in the position for over fifty Lord Canterville sells the property, he implores Mrs. Otis to retain Mrs.
Umney in the position. There’s some initial concern about this after Mrs. Umney faints out of fear early on in the story, but the Otis’ eventually work out a deal with her, even giving her a raise.
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