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Politics, Laws and Parliament

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                Politics, Laws and Parliament Table of Contents

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"Title," Sally M. Author, Original Place of Publication, volume.issue number (date): page number.


"Guard Us From Our Guardians," Epaminondas Smith, Punch, or the London Charivari, (March 31, 1866): pp. 139.


The Law of Divorce.” London Times. 23 May 1853: 5


"Little Miss Budget," Swainse, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 92. (April 16, 1887): pp. 186-187.


Pan the Poster, from "Punch, or the London Charivari", Sept. 24, 1892 p. 138 Vol, C111


Property Rights and Civil Rights : Married Women's Bill from The Times of London, Tuesday May 30, 1854, p. 12 co. 4 AND "Rights or Wrongs" from Punch, Feb. 9, 1878, p. 53

"Statistical Notice of the Asylum for the Blind in Newcastle-upon-Tyne," Joseph M'Alister, Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Vol. 1. No. 6. (Oct., 1838), pp. 377-379.


Song - The Unprotected Female, from "Punch, or the London Charivari", (1846):253.


"The Ovation of Murder" Stephens and Wevill-Hammar, Punchinello 27 Aug. 1870, p. 345.


"The Papacy - Its Position and Aims." J.W. Gambier, Fortnightly Review 64 (1895) 19-32.


Women's Suffrage: A Series of Articles from the 1870 issue of Punch's Almanac 


"The Political Chameleon," Punch, or the London Charivari, vol. 22, (1852): 235.



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A Brief Summary in Plain Language of the Most Important Laws Concerning Women (1854) by Barbara Bodichon


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