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Lady Frances Berkeley and Virginia politics, 1675-1678 -- Mistress Alice Tilly and her supporters, 1649-1650 -- English women in the public realm, 1642-1653 -- Mistress Elinor James and her broadsides, 1681-1714 -- John Dunton and the invention of the feminine private -- Mistress Sarah Kemble Knight and her journal, 1704 -- Women and politics, eighteenth century style -- Lady Chatham and her correspondents, 1740s-1760s -- Consolidating the feminine private -- Conclusion: Defining "women."