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Pages in category "18th century"
The following 22 pages are in this category, out of 22 total.
Bossu's "Most are addicted to sodomy", 1751-62
Buggery case: Mingo; Massachusetts, January 29, 1712
Buggery law: Georgia, June 29, 1732
Buggery law: New Hampshire, 1718
Buggery law: New Jersey, 1702
Buggery law: South Carolina, 1712
Charlevoix's "Effeminacy and lewdness", 1721
Cotton Mather: June, 1701
Edward Hyde, Lord Cornbury (1661-1723)
Font's "dedicated to nefarious practices", 1775-76
John Lawson: 1709
Lafitau's "Men Who dress as women", 1711-17
Legal case: Clark v. Winn; North Carolina, March 1718
Liette's "The sin of sodomy prevails", 1702
Loskiel's "Unnatural sins", 1750
Onania; or, The Heinous Sin of Self-Pollution: 1724
Palou's "Abominable vice will be eliminated", 1777
Sodomy and buggery law: Pennsylvania, January 12, 1706
Sodomy case: Georgia, March 25, 1734
Sodomy law: Delaware, 1719
Sodomy law: Pennsylvania, May 31, 1718
Sodomy law: Pennsylvania, November 27, 1700
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