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Discrete CollectionsThe Women's Library
TitleUDC Pamphlet Collection: Suffrage Pamphlets, classmark 396-11
Ref NoPC/06/396-11/02
Box Fetch NoUDC Box 342
LevelFile
Date1867-1905
Extent1 box
Custodial HistoryIn Jul 2010 a volunteer project to survey list the remaining uncatalogued pamphlets began. These survey lists are in the Archive and Museum Catalogue, listing Author (MARC 100 1); Title (MARC 245); Publisher (MARC 260); Number of pages (MARC 300). Arranged by UDC Classmark and box number. This collection is awaiting funding for cataloguing as part of the Printed Collections catalogue, to be merged with the rest of the Pamphlet Collection.
DescriptionVarious women; Opinions of Women on Women's Suffrage. Leaflet 1; (Printer A. Ireland & Co, Manchester), 1879 ; 4p
Various women; Opinions of Women on Women's Suffrage. Leaflet 2; (Printer A. Ireland & Co, Manchester), 1879 ; 4p
Various women; Opinions of Women on Women's Suffrage. Leaflet 3; (Printer A. Ireland & Co, Manchester), 1879 ; 4p
Various women; Opinions of Women on Women's Suffrage. Leaflet 4; (Printer A. Ireland & Co, Manchester), 1879; 4p
Various women; Opinions of Women on Women's Suffrage. Leaflet 5; (Printer A. Ireland & Co, Manchester), 1879; 4p
Anon [Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage]; To the Women of the United Kingdom; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, c.1867-1870; 1p
Anon [Women's Emancipation Union]; Two-Sexed Voting, One-Sexed Schooling; Congleton: Women's Emancipation Union, n.d.; 2p
Becker, Lydia E; A Reply to the Protest Which Appeared in the 'Nineteenth Century Review', Jun 1889. (Reprinted from The Manchester Guardian, 25 Jun 1889); Manchester: The Women's Suffrage Journal, 1889; 8p
Anon ['FES']; What the Women Want; (Printer … Langley & Son, London), n.d.; 1p
Anon; Sixteen Reasons for Women's Suffrage; (Printer Harris & Oaten, Bristol), c.1880s; 2p
Woodall, William; Mr William Woodall, MP, on Women's Suffrage; (Printer A. Ireland & Co, Manchester), c.1884; 1p
Johnston, Thomas; The Case for Women's Suffrage and Objections Answered; Glasgow: The Forward Printing and Publishing Company Ltd, c.1903; 16p
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett and Glennie, J.S. Stuart; The Women's Suffrage Bill; London: Fortnightly Review, 1889; 33p
Anon; Women's Suffrage: A Reply; London: Fortnightly Review, 1889; 16p
Anon; The Claim of Englishwomen to the Suffrage Constitutionally Considered. (Reprinted from Westminster Review, Jan 1867); London: Westminster Review, 1867; 19p
Garrett, Rhoda; The Electoral Disabilities of Women: A Lecture Delivered by Rhoda Garrett in the Corn Exchange, Cheltenham, 3 Apr 1872; Cheltenham: Bristol National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1872; 22p
Curtis, George William; Equal Rights for Women. A Speech by George William Curtis in the Constitutional Convention of New York, at Albany, 19 Jul 1867. Women's Suffrage Tracts. No. 2; Boston: The Women's Journal, 1871; 27p
Maxse, FA; Objections to Woman Suffrage. A Speech by Captain Maxse, RN at the Electoral Reform Conference Held at the Freemasons' Tavern, 17 Nov 1874; London: W Ridgway, 1874; 10p
[Central National Society for Women's Suffrage]; Women and The Vote; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1889; 10p
Newman, FW; Women's Wrongs; Bristol: Bristol National Society for Women's Suffrage,c.1868; 4p
Bright, Ursula; Extract From a Letter of Protest by Mrs Jacob Bright; Manchester: Manchester National Society for Women's Suffrage,c.1870; 1p
Grey, George; Speech by The Right Hon Sir George Grey, KCB, At the Annual Meeting of the Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, 6 Jul 1894; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage,1894; 3p
Davies, Emily; Parliamentary Franchise for Women 1904; (Printer Vacher & Sons, London), 1904; 45p
Shore, Arabella; The Present Aspect of Women's Suffrage Considered. (Reprinted from the Englishwomen's Review); London: London National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1877; 43p
Smith, Sidney; The Enfranchisement of Women. The Law of the Land ; (Printer A. Ireland & Co, Manchester), 1879; 31p
Adderly, Edith K; 'Taxation Without Representation is Tyranny'. (Reprinted from the Leicester Pioneer, 19 Aug 1905); London: Hammersmith Society for Women's Suffrage, 1905; 4p
Grey, Mrs William; Is the Exercise of the Suffrage Unfeminine?; London: London National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1870; 12p
Bodichon, Barbara LS; Reasons for the Enfranchisement of Women; (Printer Bale, London), 1866; 12p
Anon; An Historical Retrospect; London: Englishwoman's Review, 1892; 4p
Taylor, Mona; General Election, 1900; Hexham: [Newcastle and District Women's Suffrage Society], 1900; 2p
Pfeiffer, Emily; Woman's Claim. (Reprinted from The Contemporary Review, Feb 1881); London: The Contemporary Review, 1881; 15p
Anon; How Women Are Fooled. (Reprinted from the Cambrian News); Aberystwyth: The Cambrian News, n.d.; 1p
Rowlette, Isabella; The Adult Suffrage Controversy; ???; 4p
Forsyth, William; Mr W Forsyth MP, on Women's Suffrage. Speech in the House of Commons, 6 Jun 1877; ???; 1p
Hopwood, CH; Mr CH Hopwood MP, on Women's Suffrage. Speech in the House of Commons, 6 Jun 1877; ???; 1p
Henley, JW; Rt Hon JW Henley MP, on Women's Suffrage; ???; 1p
Stevenson, Louisa; United Women's Liberal Associations for the Extension of the Franchise to Women. Extract from the Speech of Miss Louisa Stevenson (Poor Law Guardian), in Edinburgh, 9 Mar 1889; Bristol: United Women's Liberal Associations, 1889; 1p
Anon; Why Are Women Disfranchised? (Reprinted from the Fifeshire Advertiser); Kirkcaldy: The Fifeshire Advertiser, n.d.; 2p
Tod, Isabella M S; Women's Suffrage: A Liberal View of the Situation. (Reprinted from the Englishwoman's Review, Aug 1884); London: Englishwoman's Review, 1884; 12p
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett; [Printed circular letter sent out by Millicent Fawcett after the General Election of 1892]; ???; 3p
Winchester, Dean of; The Dean of Winchester on Woman's Suffrage. (Reprinted from XIXth Century); London: XIXth Century, n.d.; 1p
Various women; Women and the New Reform Bill. Printed circular letter signed by 76 women; c.1884-1890; 3p
Clark, Helen; Speech by Mrs William S Clark. (Reprinted from the Women's Suffrage Journal); London: Women's Suffrage Journal, 1876; 8p
Smith, Goldwin; Female Suffrage; London: Macmillan's Magazine, nd; 20p
Bright, Jacob; Women's Suffrage. Copy of a letter from Jacob Bright to Edwyn Holt; Manchester: Manchester Liberal Union, 1898; 2p
'Veritas'; What is Women's Suffrage? And Why Do Women Want It?; (Printer Women's Printing Society Limited, London), 1883; 9p
Elmy, Ben; Male Electors' League for Women's Suffrage to Sundry Members of Parliament; London: Male Electors' League for Women's Suffrage, 1897; 4p
Central Society for Women's Suffrage; [Call for volunteers to help at the coming General Election]; London: National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, nd; 3p
'WMC' and 'JF'; Women's Suffrage. A correspondence; London: privately printed, 1875.; 24p
McLaren, Walter S B; Mr Walter SB McLaren on Women's Suffrage; Edinburgh: Edinburgh National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1904; 4p
Colson, MEH; Woman Suffrage and the Women's Political Associations; London: Personal Rights Association, 1900; 2p
Cheetham, Miss; Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Southport Women's Liberal Association by Miss Cheetham, 8 Nov 1886; (Printer JW Arrowsmith, Bristol), 1886; 4p
Harberton, Florence (Viscountess); Parliamentary Franchise for Women Ratepayers; (Printer E Austin and Son, Bristol), 1880; 2p
Spence, CH; Woman's Suffrage and Effective Voting. A paper read at a drawing-room meeting at Glenelg. (Reprinted from The Voice); (Printers Vardon & Pritchards, London), nd; 4p
Elmy, EC Wolstenholme; The Emancipation of Women (No. 3). Women's Suffrage. Reprinted from the Manchester Guardian of 12 Apr 1890; Manchester: Manchester Guardian, 1890; 4p
Elmy, EC Wolstenholme; Electoral Franchises of Women. Reprinted from the Manchester Examiner and Times, 16 Feb 1885; Manchester: Manchester Examiner and Times, 1885; 1p
Elmy, EC Wolstenholme; Women's Suffrage. To the Editor of the Manchester Guardian; Manchester: Manchester Guardian, 1901; 5p
Craigen, Jessie; Letter to the Ladies of the Women's Suffrage Movement; (Printer Pewtress & Co, London), 1883 ; 16p
Blackburn, Helen; Declaration of Women Householders, 1890; ??, 1890; 4p
Balfour, AJ; Speech in the House of Commons on Women's Suffrage. 1892; London: London Society for Women's Suffrage, 1892; 7p
[Becker, Lydia]; The Political Disabilities of Women. Reprinted by permission from the Westminster Review, 1 Jan 1972; London: Westminster Review, 1872; 22p
Newman, Francis William; Professor Newman on Woman Suffrage. From the Western Morning News of 31 Jan [c.1870-1880]; 1p
Newman, Francis William; A Lecture on Women's Suffrage, Delivered in Bristol Athenaeum, 24 Feb 1869, by Emer. Prof. F W Newman for the Clifton & Bristol Society for Women's Suffrage ; Bristol: Clifton & Bristol Society for Women's Suffrage, 1869; 15p
Caird, Mona; The Emancipation of Women (No. 2). The Position of Women. Reprinted from the Manchester Guardian of 7 Jul 1891; Manchester: Manchester Guardian, 1891; 4p
Forsyth, William; Mr Forsyth QC, MP on Women's Suffrage; (Printer A Ireland & Co Manchester), nd; 1p
Robertson, AI; Women's Need of Representation: A Lecture Upon the Necessity of Giving Women the Parliamentary Franchise; Dublin: Irish National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1872; 18p
Arnold, Arthur; Women's Suffrage; London: Soil Science Association, 1872; 15p
Anon (Vigilance Association for the Defence of Personal Rights); The Enfranchisement of Women and Mr Woodall's Bill; London: Vigilance Association for the Defence of Personal Rights, 1886; 2p
McLaren, Walter SB; Must the Extension of the Franchise to Women be Followed by the Dissolution of Parliament?; London: Women's Political News, nd; 2p
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