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Anne Royall

Anne Royall (June 11, 1769 – October 1, 1854) was a travel writer, newspaper editor, and, by some accounts, the first professional woman journalist in the United States

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I find that the whole weight of relieving human misery and distress falls on the shoulders of those ...

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Free thought, free speech and a free press.

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In all countries, and in all ages, from the Druids down to brother Beecher, priests have aimed at un ...

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Fanaticism and bigotry require any food but common sense and reason, which would break the charm of ...

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The late proceedings of those daring invaders to establish a national religion have opened the eyes ...

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Good work instead of long prayers.

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These bible people remind me of another calamity similar to this missionary scheme, when our people, ...

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May the arm of the first member of Congress, who proposes a national religion, drop powerless from h ...

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Figures cannot calculate the amount collected by those public and private robbers: it is more than w ...

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[G]et two-thirds of the states to alter the Constitution; come out with their national religion, and ...

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If those millions squandered on designing missionaries had been deposited in funds for the support o ...

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