Man-woman relationships; Love; Marriage; Mistresses; Adultery; Sailors; Sailing; Wealth; Separation (Psychology); Homecoming; Rejection (Psychology); Happiness; Popular music -- England -- 19th century; Popular music -- England -- 18th century;
Charles Lamb (1775-1834), English author, who became famous for his informal, personal essays and literary criticism, is presented here in his vocational role as accounting clerk. Lambs long years of experience in and out of Londons counting-houses...
Mississippi Woman Suffrage Association; Suffrage; Representative government and representation; Women and democracy; Equality; Women's rights; Women -- Suffrage; First-wave feminism; Kearney, Belle, 1863-1939;
Material related to Belle Kearney, the first female state senator for Mississippi, including biographical information and press comments
Money; Wealth; Great Britain -- Politics and government; Banks and banking; Social classes; Social conflict; Poor; Poverty; Aristocracy (Social class); Wit and humor; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
The poor are paying their share and more for the country.
Ireland; Irish; Social classes; Country life; Alcoholic beverages; Queens; Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901; Man-woman relationships; Wit and humor; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
An Irish man praises Victoria, Queen of Great Britian