Title The ladies defence: or, the bride-woman's counsellor answered: a poem. In a dialogue between Sir John Brute, Sir Wm. Loveall, Melissa, and a parson.
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Notes Written in response to a sermon on "conjugal duty" preached by John Sprint. cf. Dictionary of national biography. The sermon insists that women's entire duty in life is to love, honor, and be obedient to a husband. Originally published in 1699 as The female preacher.
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