The Women's Suffrage Movement in England

Edward Raymond Turner
The American Political Science Review
Vol. 7, No. 4 (Nov., 1913), pp. 588-609
DOI: 10.2307/1944309
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1944309
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  • 1
    Commons' Journals, i, 348.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Parliamentary History, ii, 1072-1076
    • Commons' Journals, ii, 413
  • 3
    Rushworth, Historical Collections, v, 357, 358.
  • 4
    Ellen A. M'Arthur, "Women Petitioners and the Long Parliament," English Historical Review, xxiv, 698-709.
  • 5
    A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, 335
  • 6
    Parliamentary History, xxxiii, 726, 727
  • 7
    Kaethe Schirmacher, The Modern Woman's Rights Movement (New York, 1912), p. 60.
  • 8
    3 Parliamentary Debates (abbreviated below P. D.), xcix, 950
  • 9
    Mrs. A. S. Orr, Nineteenth Century, iii, 1010.
  • 10
    Blackstone, Commentaries, bk. i, ch. 15.
  • 11
    Ibid.
  • 12
    Ibid.
  • 13
    Statesman's Year Book, 1911, p. 31
  • 14
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Statesman's Year Book, 1882, p. 240
    • 1892, p. 14
    • 1902, p. 14
    • 1912, p. 12
  • 15
    Ninteenth Century, iii, 1013
  • 16
    Sir Almroth Wright, London Times (weekly), March 29, 1912.
  • 17
    3 P. D., cclxxxviii, 1946, 1947
  • 18
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 3 P. D., clxxxii, 1253
    • clxxxvii, 817-829
  • 19
    3 P. D., clxxxvii, 843
  • 22
    Palgrave, Parliamentary Writs, i, 164.
  • 23
    Commons' Journals, i, 875.
  • 24
    Statutes of the Realm, ii, 243
  • 25
    C. C. Stopes, British Freewomen, Their Historical Privilege.
  • 29
    3 P. D., cci, 194, 239, 607
  • 30
    Mrs. M. G. Fawcett, Women's Suffrage, 84
  • 31
    A Brief Review of the Women's Suffrage Movement Since Its Beginning in 1832 (London, 1911).
  • 32
    3 P. D., cclxxxix, 1860
  • 33
    3 P. D., cccx, 256, 257, 258
  • 34
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "There has been a majority in the House of Commons in favour of women's suffrage since 1886." Fawcett, Women's Suffrage, 85
    • 4 P. D., cxlvi, 218
  • 35
    5 P. D., xxv, 744
  • 36
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • 4 P. D., xlv, 1174
    • ibid., cxxxi, 1335
    • cxlvi, 218
  • 37
    3 P. D., cccii, 700
  • 38
    5 P. D., xxv, 1660
  • 39
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • 3 P. D., ccix, 90
    • cccii, 187
    • 4 P. D., xiii, 404
  • 40
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 3 P. D., cclxxxi, 664
    • 5 P. D., xxv, 738
  • 41
    3 P. D., ccxxviii, 1659
  • 42
    3 P. D., ccxxviii, 1667
  • 43
    Ibid., ccxl, 1827.
  • 44
    5 P. D., xxv, 739-741
  • 45
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • 3 P. D., ccxxviii, 1669
    • ccxxxiv, 1364
    • cclxxxi, 718
  • 46
    A. V. Dicey, Quarterly Review, ccx, 299 (January, 1909).
  • 47
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Frederick W. Pethick Lawrence, Women's Fight For The Vote (London, 1911), 28-36
    • 4 P. D., cxxxi, 1358
  • 49
    Geraldine Hodgson, Five Points in the Relation between Votes for Women and Certain Economic and Social Facts
  • 50
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • 3 P. D., ccxl, 1810
    • 4 P. D., cxxxi, 1334, 1345
    • 4 P. D., cxlvi, 223
  • 51
    Pethick Lawrence, Women's Fight For The Vote, 37-44
  • 52
    3 P. D., ccxl, 1840
  • 54
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 3 P. D., cclxxxix, 162
    • Punch, May 10, 1905
  • 58
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 4 P. D., xlv, 1175
    • The Anti-Suffrage Handbook (London, 1912), 67-69.
  • 59
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 4 P. D., cxxxi, 1333
    • The Anti-Suffrage Handbook, 59
  • 61
    Nineteenth Century, lxxii, 179, 180 (July, 1912).
  • 62
    4 P. D., cxlvi, 235
  • 63
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 3 P. D., cclxxxix, 103
    • 4 P. D., cxlvi, 227
  • 64
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 3 P. D., ccxl, 1805
    • ccxxviii, 1700
  • 65
    4 P. D., cxxxi, 1342
  • 66
    A. C. Gronno, The Woman M. P., A Peril to Women and the Country, 35
  • 67
    3 P. D., cccii, 697
  • 68
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 3 P. D., cclxxxix, 173
    • 4 P. D., cxxxi, 1339
  • 69
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Dicey, Quarterly Review, ccx, 293, 294
    • 4 P. D., cxlvi, 233
  • 70
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • A. MacCallum Scott, The Physical Force Argument Against Woman Suf- frage, London, 1912
    • 4 P. D., cxxxi. 1346
  • 71
    The Anti-Suffrage Handbook, 48-51
  • 72
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • A. M. Scott, Equal Pay For Equal Work, A Woman Suffrage Fallacy, London, 1912
    • 4 P. D., cxlvi, 231
  • 74
    Fawcett, Women's Suffrage, 85
  • 75
    National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, report, 1913
  • 77
    Pethick Lawrence, Women's Fight For The Vote, 77
  • 79
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • The Historic Anti-Suffragist Demonstration, etc., London, 1912
    • Mrs. Fawcett, The Best Friends of Women's Suffrage
  • 81
    Nineteenth Century, xxxi, 455
  • 82
    Pethick Lawrence, Women's Fight For The Vote, 77-83
  • 83
    4 P. D., clv, 1570-1587
  • 84
    5 P. D., xix, 41, 324, 2587
  • 85
    5 P. D., xx, 272, 273
  • 86
    Ibid., xxv, 738, 806.
  • 87
    Times (w), Nov. 10, 1911.
  • 88
    Ibid., Nov. 24, 1911.
  • 89
    Times (w), Nov. 24, 1911, March 8, 1912.
  • 91
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • 5 P. D., xxxvi, 728
    • xl, 643
    • Times (w), March 29, 1912.
  • 93
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • 5 P. D., xix, 1747
    • xxviii, 1517
  • 94
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "A Canvass of Women Municipal Electors in 105 Districts," Anti-Suf- frage Review, April1912
    • Fawcett, Women's Suffrage, 51