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The Diurnal of Mrs. Elizabeth Pepys 2d May.-Sam'l now in great honour at the Navy Office, whereat my heart do rejoice, and the less for the havings, which do daily increase, than that I would willingly see him worshipfully received, the which indeede his hard work do plentifully deserve, he sparing himselfe in nothing for the advancing of his busyness. And I do reason with myselfe that though he have faults many and great (which God knowes is true) yet he do come up in the world and our gettings are very good and do daily increase. How they go I know not, for that little and grudging is spent on my clothes, and though Sam'l goes very noble still it is not possible but much is saved, though he do lament himself in very high wordes of our spendthrift way of life and small saving. But of this more anon.
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With contributions from nearly 40 scholars, A Companion to the First Ladies presents the first comprehensive historiographical overview of first ladies in US history: the wivesÃ¹or sometimes other female relativesÃ¹who have stood by US presidents, often as powerful political figures in their own right. The original essays that make up this collection address the impact of these women not only on White House responsibilities but on elections, presidential policies, and social causesÃ¹as well as on shaping their husbands' legacies. This volume brings the first ladies into crisp historiographical focus, assessing how these women and their contributions have been perceived in both popular literature and scholarly debate. Covering all of the first ladies from Martha Washington through to Michelle Obama, the volume underlines the growing scholarly appreciation for a position that has itself gone through a great deal of evolution since the early American republic.
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