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Third—A woman marrying without any ante-nuptial contract , "to retain her property and after acquisitions and earnings as if she
were a > feme sole . Fourth—A married woman having separate property , to be
liable on her separate contracts , whether made before or after marriage Fifth— . A husband not to be liable for _' the ante-nuptial debts of his
wife , any farther than any property brought to him by his wife under settlement extends .
Sixth—A married woman to have the power of making a will , and on her death intestate the principles of the Statute of
Distributions as to her husband ' s personalty mutatis mutandis to apply to the Seventh property —The of the ri wife hts . of succession between husband and wife
whether as to real g or personal estate , to courtesy or dower , to be , framed There on are princi doubtless ples of equal great justice difficulties to either some party perhaps . at present
almost insuperable , in the way of reducing , these proposed laws into practicestillwhere the question at issue bears so strongly
; , on the interests of so large a portion of the community , no _considerations of mere expediency should interfere to prevent our
endeavouring to devise some means of attaining the end in view . That it can be realizedto a great extent is evident from the fact
, that other nations have already partially adopted these or similar lawswith modifications differing in different places . It remains
then , for us to ascertain what the actual results have been , and , alterations availing ourselves in our Statute of the Book experience as shall thus render obtained it no , longer to make possible such
for one human being to hold property in another , not because perhaps the
ri avowedl _g'ht is y exercised as master under and the slave guise , but of the not sacred the less , but trul too y often abused ,
relationship of husband and wife . Maey C . Tab oh .
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_A . „ . No . IV . It is tinie to draw the attention of our readers to the numerous
p productions lume of Louise of Madame Muhlbach Clara , has Mundt long , been who popular , under as the a nom writer de .
Her husbandTheodore Mundtholds an honourable position amongst the philosophers , and philolog , ists of his native country . Born at leted at the
Potsdam in 1808 his education was comp University of Berlinwherein , common with his contemporary Pleinrich Heine , , ,
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Oct. 1, 1862, page 127, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01101862/page/55/