PROSTITUTION

League of Nations. Advisory Committee on the Traffic of Women and Protection of Children. Report on the Fourth Session.

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[Report of the Advisory Committee on the Traffic of Women and Protection of Children, Council of the League of Nations, 1925] [prostitution; venereal disease; Cuba; Spain]
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Geneva, May 1925. [Imp. de la "Tribune de Genève".]
£50.00

Folio, 27 pp. Unbound and stapled. Ownership signature ('Cross') of S. T. Cross, of the Registry of the International Court of Justice in the Hague. Good, on lightly-aged paper, with closed tear at head of first leaf, and indentation from paperclip. Sections on child welfare, the traffic in women, licensed houses, women police, emigration and propaganda.

[Printed item.] Séance du Sénat du 22 Juin 1865. Opinion de M. Le Procurer Général Dupin Sénateur sur Le Luxe Effréné des Femmes a l'Occasion d'une Pétition contre la Prostitution. Rapportée Par M. de Goulhot de Saint-Germain, sénateur.

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M. Le Procureur Général Dupin [André Marie Jean Jacques Dupin (1783-1865)] [prostitution in nineteenth-century France]
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Paris: Garnier Frères, Libraires-Éditeurs, 6, Rue des Saints-Peres, et Palais-Royal, 215. [1865.]
£120.00

[1] + 11, 16mo. In good condition, lightly-aged, no wraps, disbound, with slight damage to spine. The only copy on COPAC at the British Library. There is a copy in the Bibliothèque Nationale.

[Magdalene Asylum.] Manuscript 'Report by William Lothian writer in Edinburgh, and Clerk to the Magdalene Assylum, [sic] To The Right Honourable Kincaid Mackenzie Lord Provost of the City of Edinburgh, and ex officio President of that Institution.

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[William Lothian, Clerk to the Magdalene Asylum, Edinburgh charity for 'fallen women' [Alexander Kincaid Mackenzie (1768-1830), Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 1817-1819; Scotland; Scottish]
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Edinburgh. 28 January 1819.
£650.00

3pp., 4to. Bifolium. In very good condition, on lightly-aged paper. Docketed on reverse of second leaf 'Memo[i]r for the Lord Provost as to the Magdalene Assylum [sic]'. Lothian begins by explaining that he was informed a year before by 'one of the female Managers of the Assylum' that the Lord Provost 'wished to have from him an Account of the then state of that House'. He would have 'cheerfully furnished' him with one had he not been under the misapprehension that the treasurer Mr Waugh was going to do so.

[Printed pamphlet.] 'An Address to the Guardian Society' by 'S. T.'

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'S. T.' [The Guardian Society for the Preservation of Public Morals, London]
The Guardian Society for the Preservation of Public Morals
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Dated 'London. 1817. No. XXI. Pam. Vol. XI. P'. [Extracted from volume XI of 'The Pamphleteer' (London: A. J. Valpy, Tooke's Court, Chancery-lane. 1818).]
£75.00
The Guardian Society for the Preservation of Public Morals

12mo, 28 pp, paginated [225]-252. Disbound. Text clear and complete. On lightly-aged paper, with some leaves detached. Title page reads: 'An Address to the Guardian Society. London. 1817. No. XXI. Pam. Vol. XI. P'. The following gives an impression of the sceptical tone in which this pamphlet is written. 'Your Society is declared to be, "for the preservation of public morals," a most praise-worthy and highly commendable institution. But how do you propose to preserve the public morals?

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