The fatal consequences of adultery, to monarchies as well as to private families with a defence of the bill, passed in the House of Lords in ... 1771, intituled, 'An act to restrain persons who shall be divorced for ... adultery, from marrying ...' And an historical account of marriage &c

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Title

The fatal consequences of adultery, to monarchies as well as to private families with a defence of the bill, passed in the House of Lords in ... 1771, intituled, 'An act to restrain persons who shall be divorced for ... adultery, from marrying ...' And an historical account of marriage &c

Subject

Marriage, Celibacy, Adultery, Divorce, Law, Government, Vice

Description

Pollen describes how vice and the destruction of marriage destroy kingdoms. He also includes the government's role in controlling these vices.

Creator

Thomas Pollen

Publisher

London : For the author & T. Lowndes

Date

1772

Contributor

Kelly Collins

Rights

Public Domain Mark

Format

File- PDF, Original- 287 pages

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

Wellcome Library b12193501

Coverage

Eighteenth Century

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Thomas Pollen, “The fatal consequences of adultery, to monarchies as well as to private families with a defence of the bill, passed in the House of Lords in ... 1771, intituled, 'An act to restrain persons who shall be divorced for ... adultery, from marrying ...' And an historical account of marriage &c,” Enlightenmens, accessed August 15, 2022, http://enlightenmens.lmc.gatech.edu/items/show/440.

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