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Discrete CollectionsThe Women's Library
TitleUDC Pamphlet Collection: Suffrage Pamphlets, classmark 396-11
Ref NoPC/06/396-11/03
Box Fetch NoUDC Box 343
LevelFile
Datec.1860-1909
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.
DescriptionChant, L Ormiston; What the Widow Wants. Suffrage Stories No.6, third edition; London: National Society for Women's Suffrage, c.1870; 4p
Blackburn, Helen; Circular letter asking for volunteers; Bristol: Bristol & West of England Branch of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, [1891]; 1p
Bodichon, Barbara; Reasons For and Against the Enfranchisement of Women; London: National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1872; 16p
Harberton, Viscount; Observations on Women's Suffrage; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage,1882; 8p
(Various); Opinions of the Press: Being Articles and Abstracts From the London and Provincial Press, Relating to the Discussion on Mr Mason's Resolution in the House of Commons, Jul 1883; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage,1883; 47p
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett; Home and Politics. An Address Delivered at Toynbee Hall and Elsewhere by Mrs Henry Fawcett, LLD. Third edition; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage,c.1880s; 8p
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett; Home and Politics. An Address Delivered at Toynbee Hall and Elsewhere by Mrs Henry Fawcett, LLD. Seventh reprint; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage,c.1880s; 8p
Hardie, Keir; Mr Keir Hardie, MP on Women's Suffrage; London: Central Society for Women's Suffrage, n.d.; 2p
Bright, Ursula; Lancashire and Cheshire Union of Women's Liberal Associations. Address of the President, Mrs Jacob Bright, To the Council assembled at the Teneriffe Street Hall, Bury New Road, Manchester, on 8 Jun 1898; [Manchester]: Lancashire and Cheshire Union of Women's Liberal Associations, 1898; 4p
Wedgwood, Julia; The Political Claims of Women; London: National Society for Women's Suffrage,c.1870s; 12p
Balfour, Arthur ; Speech in the House of Commons on Women's Suffrage. The Right Hon AJ Balfour, MP; London: Central Society for Women's Suffrage,1892; 7p
Llewelyn Davies, J; The Advance of Women. (Read at a Church Conference, 3 [Jul 1884], by the Rev J Llewelyn Davies, MA, Rector of Christ Church, St Marylebone; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1884; 1p
Morgan, Gwenllian EF; The Duties of Citizenship. The Proper Understanding and Use of the Municipal and Other Franchises For Women. A paper read at the Annual Conference of the National Union of Women Workers, Manchester, Oct.27th, 1896, by Miss Morgan, of Brecon; London: Women's Local Government Society, 1896; 8p
Lindsay, Anna; Christian Women as Citizens. (Reprinted from The Englishman's Review, Dec 1884); London: National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1884; 11p
McLaren, Walter Stowe Bright; The Political Emancipation of Women by Mr WSB McLaren, MP. (Reprinted from the Westminster Review); London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, c.1887; 12p
Central Society for Women's Suffrage; Quarterly Statement of the Central Society for Women's Suffrage, 29 Parliament Street, SW. 28 Jan 1890; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage,1890; 9p
Lindsay, Professor; Professor Lindsay, DD (Glasgow University), on Women's Suffrage; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage,c.1880s; 1p
Rockell, Frederick; The Bearing of Co-operative Experience on the Question of Women's Suffrage. Being a prize essay by Frederick Rockell; (Printer: Women's Printing Society Ltd), 1891; 15p
(Various MPs); The Debate, 1892, in the House of Commons on Women's Suffrage; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage,1892; 71p
Jones, JV; The Enfranchisement of Women. A Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, on 18 Apr 1893 by JV Jones (Principal of the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire); London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1893; 8p
Carlisle, Rosalind Frances Howard; Speech by the Countess of Carlisle Delivered at a Meeting in St James's Hall, on 19 Jun 1894, held in support of Amendments to Extend the Franchise to Women in the Registration Bill, 1894; London: Women's Liberal Federation, 1894; 4p
Elmy, Elizabeth Wolstenholme; Women's Suffrage. List of Constituencies and Members giving the votes for and against the Second Reading of the Parliamentary Franchise (Extension to Women) Bill, on Wednesday, 3 Feb 1897, with other information. (Introduction by Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy); London: Women's Emancipation Union, 1897; 19p
(Various women); Opinions of Women on Women's Suffrage; Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1879; 61p
McIlquham, Harriet; The Enfranchisement of Women: An Ancient Right, A Modern Need. A paper read by Mrs McIlquham (Poor Law Guardian), to the Bedminster (Bristol) Champion Habitation of the Primrose League, on the 11 Dec 1891, Revised and Enlarged; London: Women's Emancipation Union, 1891; 18p
Colby, M; Woman's Mission; Bristol: [Bristol Mercury], 1883; 1p
Anon; Women's Work and Women's Vote. Reprinted by permission from the Pall Mall Gazette of Thursday Evening, 2 Dec 1891; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1891; 2p
Scott, Mrs C P; Women's Suffrage from a Liberal Point of View by the late Mrs CP Scott; London: Women's Liberal Federation, 1902, reprinted 1908; 4p
Cobbe, Frances Power; Why Women Desire the Franchise; London: London National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1869; 12p
[Bristol & West of England Society for Women's Suffrage]; The Local Government Act 1888 in Relation to Women Voters; Bristol: Bristol & West of England Society for Women's Suffrage, 1888; 8p
Elmy, Elizabeth Wolstenholme; Women and the Franchise; Congleton: Women's Emancipation Union, 1894; 2p
Elmy, Elizabeth Wolstenholme; Modern Liberalism. The Enfranchisement of Women. [Manuscript inscription in Mrs Elmy's hand on the front: 'I have just posted to Mr Gibson a copy of this paper, of the speeches of the deputation to Mr Courtney & of my letters to 'Shafts' & the 'Women's Herald']; Congleton: Women's Emancipation Union, 1892; 4p
Fordham, Mrs EO; The Duty of Woman Towards Humanity and Our Country: Towards Our Family: Towards Ourselves. Paper read at the Bedford conference, 14 Mar 1894, by Mrs EO Fordham; Congleton: Women's Emancipation Union, 1894; 8p
Mill, John Stuart; Speech of the Late John Stuart Mill at the Great Meeting in Favour of Women's Suffrage, Held in the Music Hall, Edinburgh, 12 Jan 1871; London: Central Society for Women's Suffrage,1871; 8p
'AMP'; The Industrial Position of Women as Affected by Their Exclusion from the Suffrage. Being a paper read at the meeting of the British Association in Bristol in Sep 1875; Bristol: M Colby, 1875; 7p
[Tabor, Eliza]; Mrs Mabury's Petition (fourth edition) by the Author of 'Rachel's Secret', 'A Sylvan Queen', etc. Suffrage Stories No. 2; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, c.1900; 11p
[Central National Society for Women's Suffrage]; Twenty-Five Reasons for Supporting Women's Suffrage; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, c.1884; 2p
[Bristol & West of England Society for Women's Suffrage]; Twenty-Five Reasons for Supporting Women's Suffrage. (Reprinted from the English Labourer's Chronicle of 6 Sep 1884); London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1884; 2p
Mill, John Stuart; Speech of John Stuart Mill, MP on the Admission of Women to the Electoral Franchise. Spoken in the House of Commons 20 May 1867; Typescript, n.d.; 19p
[Women's Suffrage Appeal]; The Story of the Women's Suffrage Appeal; London: Women's Suffrage Appeal, 1896; 4p
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett; Women's Suffrage Appeal. Report of the Committee, Jul 1894; London: Women's Suffrage Appeal, 1894; 2p
[National Society for Women's Suffrage]; Special Appeal for Fund of Five Thousand Pounds; London: National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1884; 3p
Wilson, JM; A Speech Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Manchester National Society for Women's Suffrage, on 29 Nov 1893, by the Ven. JM Wilson, MA, Vicar of Rochdale, and Archdeacon of Manchester; Manchester: National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1894; 10p
Newman, RW; A Lecture on Women's Suffrage, Delivered in Bristol Athenaeum, 24 Feb 1869, by Emr. Prof. FW Newman, for the Clifton & Bristol Society for Women's Suffrage; Bristol: Bristol & Clifton Branch of the National Society for Women's Suffrage [NB the name of the society is different on the front and back of pamphlet; 16p]
Pumphrey, Mrs; Address by Mrs Pumphrey, Vice-President North West Durham WLA [Women's Liberal Association], at a Drawing-Room Meeting of the West Bristol Women's Liberal Association, Held 29 Oct 1896; Bristol: [West Bristol Women's Liberal Association], 1896; 4p
Dunckley, Henry; Should Women Have the Vote? By Henry Dunckley, LLD (Verax). (Reprinted from the British Weekly) ; Manchester: National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1890; 12p
[Central National Society for Women's Suffrage]; A New Scheme of Work Adopted by the Central National Society for Women's Suffrage. Leaflet No. 1. Affiliated Societies; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, c.1890s; 4p
Caird, Mona; Why do Women Want the Franchise? Paper read at the Birmingham Conference, 26 Oct 1892; Congleton: Women's Emancipation Union, 1892; 4p
Elmy, Elizabeth Wolstenholme; Women's Suffrage. (Reprinted from Shafts for Jul 1897; Congleton: Women's Emancipation Union, 1897; 2p
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett; For Women's Suffrage by Mrs Fawcett. (Reprinted from the St James's Gazette, 7 Jan 1889); London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1889; 7p
Butler, Josephine; Women and Politics. Extract from a speech by Mrs Josephine E Butler, at a Meeting of the Portsmouth Women's Liberal Association, Feb 1888 [amended in manuscript to 11 Apr 1888]; [Women's Liberal Association], 1888; 1p
Bristol & West of England Society for Women's Suffrage; An Address to English Men and Women who value Representative Government; Bristol: Bristol & West of England Society for Women's Suffrage, c.1860s; 2p
Anon; Women's Suffrage. (Reprinted from The Women's Gazette', 6 Sep 1890); Bristol: Women's Liberal Association, 1890; 1p
McIlquham, Harriet; Women Outlanders; [Cheltenham Examiner], 1899; 1p
Slack, Alice; A Menace to Liberty by Mrs Bamford Slack; London: Women's Liberal Federation, 1903; 4p
Bristol & West of England Branch of the National Society for Women's Suffrage; Directions for preparing a Petition to Parliament and for sending it to the Member for Presentation to the House of Commons; Bristol: Bristol & West of England Branch of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, nd; 1p
Rollit, Albert; Speech in Moving the Extension of the Parliamentary Franchise to Women Bill, by Sir Albert Kaye Rollit, DCL, MP, in the House of Commons, 27 Apr 1892; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1892; 17p
(Various men and women); Report of a Public Meeting Held in the Hanover Square Rooms, London, on Monday 28 Apr 1873, EB Eastwick Esq MP in the Chair; London: National Society for Women's Suffrage Central Committee, 1873; 18p
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett and Blackburn, Helen; The Women's Suffrage Appeal; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1894; 3p
Wedgwood, Julia; The Political Claims of Women; London: London National Society for Women's Suffrage, c.1970s; 12p
Butler, Josephine; Letter by Mrs Josephine E Butler, read at the World's Women's Christian Temperance Union Meeting at St James's Hall, London 6 May 1892; ?, 1892; 4p
Anon; Women's Suffrage. Notes on the Appeal from Women. (Reprinted from The Englishwoman's Review, Oct 1893); London: Women's Suffrage Appeal, 1892; 7p
Mill, John Stuart; John Stuart Mill to Mary Carpenter on Women's Suffrage. Reprinted by kind permission of Messrs. Macmillan & Co. from 'The Life and Work of Mary Carpenter'; London: London Society for Women's Suffrage, 1890s; 7p
Stewart, Gertrude; Circular letter from the Secretary of the Central National Society for Women's Suffrage; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1893; 2p
Anon; Why Should Women Take an Interest in Politics?
The Coming Municipal Elections: the Duty of Women; Bristol: ?, nd; 2p
Becker, Lydia; Words of A Leader. Third edition; London: London Society for Women's Suffrage, 1909; 41p
Bright, Jacob; Women Farmers and the Franchise. Extract from the Speech of Mr Jacob Bright MP, in the House of Commons, 30 Apr 1873; ?, 1873; 1p
Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage; Some Supporters of the Women's Suffrage Movement ; London: Central Committee of the National Society for Women's Suffrage and Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1897; 47p
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