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Franny Wright unmasked by her own pen. Explanatory notes, respecting the nature and object of the institution of Nashoba, and of the principles upon which it is founded, addressed to the friends of human improvement, in all countries and of all nations. To which is affixed her letter to Robert L. Jennings, advising him to leave his wife and family, and follow her destinies.

Title:Franny Wright unmasked by her own pen. Explanatory notes, respecting the nature and object of the institution of Nashoba, and of the principles upon which it is founded, addressed to the friends of human improvement, in all countries and of all nations. To which is affixed her letter to Robert L. Jennings, advising him to leave his wife and family, and follow her destinies.
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Note:New York, Printed for the purchasers, 1830
  
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Subject:Wright, Frances, 1795-1852
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