Thomas Branagan 1744-1843 excellency of the female char 1808

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Post by soupy » December 5th, 2017, 6:06 am

Thomas Brangan published most of his books between 1805 and 1815. He was born in Dublin and worked on the slave ships and then moved to Philadelphia. He sent some of his books to Thomas Jefferson.

Thomas Branagan 1744-1843

He isn't in the catalogue.

A preliminary essay, on the oppression of the exiled sons of Africa. 1804

Avenia, or, A tragical poem, on the oppression of the human species; and infringement on the rights of man. In five books. 1810

The excellency of the female character vindicated : being an investigation relative to the cause and effects of the encroachments of men upon the rights of women 1808

The flowers of literature : being an exhibition of the most interesting geographical, historical, miscellaneous and theological subjects, in miniature : to which are prefixed, preliminary addresses, to parents, teachers and their pupils: to which is added the Constitution of the United States 1810

Rights of God written for the benefit of man, or, the impartiality of Jehovah vindicated / To which is added, A glimpse of the sovereign beneficence , intended to stimulate mankind, to learn from the kindness of God... The whole consolidated with the dying expressions of Mathew (sic) Franklin, delivered in Friends Meeting, Pearl Street, New York, January 9, 1815
“Drink waters from thine own well.” Proverbs 5:15
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