by Printed for the Ladies" London Emancipation Society by Emily Faithfull in London .
Written in English
|Statement||by Emily Shirreff|
|Series||Tract -- no. 6, Tract (Ladies" London Emancipation Society) -- no. 6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top The chivalry of the South by Shirreff, Emily Anne Eliza, Publication date Topics Slavery PublisherPages: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The chivalry of the South by Emily Anne Eliza Shirreff; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Social conditions, Slavery, Accessible book; Places: Southern States. The chivalry of the South. [Emily Anne Eliza Shirreff; Ladies' London Emancipation Society.] -- Condemns "the pro-slavery sympathy which has gained ground in England during the last two years and a half", and satirizes the claim of superior civilization in the South. Full text of "The chivalry of the South" See other formats SOUTH. EMILY SHIREEFF. TSACT No. 6. LONDON: Publisfjeti for tlje %M.z€ I/ontiau Emaixtipatian ^oci^tg, BT EMILY FAITHFULL, Printer and Publisher in Ordinary to Her Majesty ^ nOTORIA PRESS, 14, PRINCES STREET, HANOVER SQUARE, W. 3
Ramon Llull () composed The Book of the Order of Chivalry between and as both an instrument of reform and an agent for change. His aim was to create and codify the rules for a unilateral Order of by: Tensions ran high over the question of slavery in the Western territories when Senator Charles Sumner rose to speak in The Massachusetts abolitionist let loose a fiery speech, denouncing expansion of slavery into Kansas. He attacked pro-slavery opponents by name—including Senator Andrew Butler of South . But he also insists that chivalry is more than a timeless warrior code. Kaeuper has devoted his career to changing these misconceptions, with books such as Holy Warriors: The Religious Ideology of Chivalry (University of Pennsylvania, ) and Chivalry and Violence in Medieval Europe (Clarendon Press, Author: Ancient-Origins. In the s the Virginia gentry established a code of behavior that can still be seen in parts of the south today. Aristocrats had certain rights and privileges, and, in return, had certain responsibilities for their "inferiors." By around , the dominance of Virginia was fading and the emergence of King Cotton shifted the center of Southern influence to South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.
That mysterious body vaguely designated asthe " chivalry of the South" ought to entertain View Full Article in Timesmachine» Advertisement Continue reading the main story. In the American South in midth century, John C. Breckinridge of Kentucky was hailed as the epitome of chivalry. He enjoyed a reputation for dignity and integrity, and especially his tall, graceful and handsome appearance, with piercing blue eyes and noble -looking expression, with cordial manner, pleasing voice and eloquent address that was highly appreciated by voters, soldiers, and women alike. In this eloquent and richly detailed book, a leading medieval historian discusses the complex reality of chivalry: its secular foundations, the effects of the Crusades, the literature of knighthood, and its ethos of the social and moral obligations of nobility/5. These royalists were descendents from the English Aristocracy, and brought with them the chivalrous code that marked the south as more mannerly and hospitable than the north. The southern code of chivalry is extended well past the civil war and still seen in many southern states today.