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Letters of Silence Dogood

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Letters of Silence Dogood
Letters of Silence Dogood
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Letters From Silence Dogood. (Boston 1722) Reprint, Written by Benjamin Franklin in 1722. A series of letters appeared in the New-England Courant written by a middle-aged widow named Silence Dogood. The letters poked fun at various aspects of life in colonial America, such as the drunkenness of locals, religious hypocrisy, and the persecution of women. Silence Dogood even had views about the fashion for hoop petticoats: 46p. 5.5 x 8.5 Hand Stitched