Anti-Women's Suffrage. Votes For Women. A collection of 8 important articles published between 1878 and 1897. Includes An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, and published lists of signatories. Four articles by Millicent Garrett Fawcett: 1. The Future of Englishwomen, 1878. 2. Women and Representative Government, 1883. 3. Women's Suffrage, A Reply, 1886. 4. The Appeal Against Female Suffrage, 1889. TOGETHER WITH 5. The Future of English Women, by A. Orr, 1878. 6. An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, by James Knowles, 1889. Includes names of 106 signatories to the Petition Against Female Suffrage. 7. Female Suffrage. A Reply, by M.M. Dilke, 1889. 8. Women's Suffrage Again, by Theodosia Chapman, 1897. Millicent Garrett Fawcett.
Anti-Women's Suffrage. Votes For Women. A collection of 8 important articles published between 1878 and 1897. Includes An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, and published lists of signatories. Four articles by Millicent Garrett Fawcett: 1. The Future of Englishwomen, 1878. 2. Women and Representative Government, 1883. 3. Women's Suffrage, A Reply, 1886. 4. The Appeal Against Female Suffrage, 1889. TOGETHER WITH 5. The Future of English Women, by A. Orr, 1878. 6. An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, by James Knowles, 1889. Includes names of 106 signatories to the Petition Against Female Suffrage. 7. Female Suffrage. A Reply, by M.M. Dilke, 1889. 8. Women's Suffrage Again, by Theodosia Chapman, 1897.
Anti-Women's Suffrage. Votes For Women. A collection of 8 important articles published between 1878 and 1897. Includes An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, and published lists of signatories. Four articles by Millicent Garrett Fawcett: 1. The Future of Englishwomen, 1878. 2. Women and Representative Government, 1883. 3. Women's Suffrage, A Reply, 1886. 4. The Appeal Against Female Suffrage, 1889. TOGETHER WITH 5. The Future of English Women, by A. Orr, 1878. 6. An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, by James Knowles, 1889. Includes names of 106 signatories to the Petition Against Female Suffrage. 7. Female Suffrage. A Reply, by M.M. Dilke, 1889. 8. Women's Suffrage Again, by Theodosia Chapman, 1897.
Anti-Women's Suffrage. Votes For Women. A collection of 8 important articles published between 1878 and 1897. Includes An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, and published lists of signatories. Four articles by Millicent Garrett Fawcett: 1. The Future of Englishwomen, 1878. 2. Women and Representative Government, 1883. 3. Women's Suffrage, A Reply, 1886. 4. The Appeal Against Female Suffrage, 1889. TOGETHER WITH 5. The Future of English Women, by A. Orr, 1878. 6. An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, by James Knowles, 1889. Includes names of 106 signatories to the Petition Against Female Suffrage. 7. Female Suffrage. A Reply, by M.M. Dilke, 1889. 8. Women's Suffrage Again, by Theodosia Chapman, 1897.
Anti-Women's Suffrage. Votes For Women. A collection of 8 important articles published between 1878 and 1897. Includes An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, and published lists of signatories. Four articles by Millicent Garrett Fawcett: 1. The Future of Englishwomen, 1878. 2. Women and Representative Government, 1883. 3. Women's Suffrage, A Reply, 1886. 4. The Appeal Against Female Suffrage, 1889. TOGETHER WITH 5. The Future of English Women, by A. Orr, 1878. 6. An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, by James Knowles, 1889. Includes names of 106 signatories to the Petition Against Female Suffrage. 7. Female Suffrage. A Reply, by M.M. Dilke, 1889. 8. Women's Suffrage Again, by Theodosia Chapman, 1897.
Anti-Women's Suffrage. Votes For Women. A collection of 8 important articles published between 1878 and 1897. Includes An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, and published lists of signatories. Four articles by Millicent Garrett Fawcett: 1. The Future of Englishwomen, 1878. 2. Women and Representative Government, 1883. 3. Women's Suffrage, A Reply, 1886. 4. The Appeal Against Female Suffrage, 1889. TOGETHER WITH 5. The Future of English Women, by A. Orr, 1878. 6. An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, by James Knowles, 1889. Includes names of 106 signatories to the Petition Against Female Suffrage. 7. Female Suffrage. A Reply, by M.M. Dilke, 1889. 8. Women's Suffrage Again, by Theodosia Chapman, 1897.

Anti-Women's Suffrage. Votes For Women. A collection of 8 important articles published between 1878 and 1897. Includes An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, and published lists of signatories. Four articles by Millicent Garrett Fawcett: 1. The Future of Englishwomen, 1878. 2. Women and Representative Government, 1883. 3. Women's Suffrage, A Reply, 1886. 4. The Appeal Against Female Suffrage, 1889. TOGETHER WITH 5. The Future of English Women, by A. Orr, 1878. 6. An Appeal Against Female Suffrage, by James Knowles, 1889. Includes names of 106 signatories to the Petition Against Female Suffrage. 7. Female Suffrage. A Reply, by M.M. Dilke, 1889. 8. Women's Suffrage Again, by Theodosia Chapman, 1897.

London: Henry S. King, 1878-97. First Edition. Disbound. Very Good. Item #304825

Women's Suffrage and the Campaign against it. The appeal to common sense and the educated thought of the men and women of England against the proposed extension of the Parliamentary suffrage to women (1889). There was an active and widely supported movement against Votes for Women in the last quarter of the 19th century, with both sexes actively campaigning to prevent all women receiving the right to vote. The anti-suffrage supporters saw women's role in society as womanly duties, maternal roles, good works, and helping the disadvantaged. Through these actions they believed that women had influence, and were even in some instances content that men in their role as brothers, husbands or guardians had a vote that represented their interests too. Even the act of organizing an anti movement was complicated by the belief that women had to have a passive political role and actively campaigning against the vote was against this principle. Still, against this backdrop of such social norms there was development of an Anti Women's Suffrage voice, which found expression in the pages of The Nineteenth Century magazine. Published in The Nineteenth Century journal, a publication started in 1877 by James Knowles. Many of the early contributors to The Nineteenth Century were members of the Metaphysical Society. The journal was intended to publish debate by leading intellectuals. Its interests were in science, morality, public affairs and standards, philosophy, religion, etc. In 1901, the title was changed to The Nineteenth Century and After. A collection of disbound articles. Note; these are original articles separated from larger volumes, not reprints or copies. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 82 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Nineteenth Century Magazine; Featured; Special Interest; Featured; Collections. Inventory No: 304825. This item is potentially heavy when packed and may require more postage than the rates shown. If extra postage is required we will contact you before processing your order and you will be given the details and option to decline the extra cost.

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