Light/UV damage to spine. Hinges wearing. Ink on spine.
Privately-bound hardcover volume containing 15 pamphlets. Signed Kate Amberley before first page.
Essays and pamphlets bound in a single volume by Russell's father, Lord Amberley
Contents: The claim of Englishwomen to the suffrage constitutionally considered, reprinted, by permission, from the "Westminster Review" for January, 1867 -- Speech of John Stuart Mill, M.P. on the admission of Women to the electoral franchise, spoken in the House of Commons, May 20th, 1867 -- Enfranchisement of Women / by Mrs. Stuart Mill -- The claim of Englishwomen to the suffrage constitutionally considered / by Helen Taylor, reprinted from the 'Westminster Review' -- To the honourable the commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in parliament assembled -- Woman suffrage, extract from a speech delivered at Oldham by the late W. J. Fox, M.P., Feb. 4, 1853, on occasion of the presentation to him by the Ladies of Oldham of a signet ring bearing the inscription 'Education the Birthright of All' -- Reasons for the enfranchisement of Women / by Mrs. Bodichon, read at the meeting of the National Association for the pormotion of social science, at Manchester, Oct. 6, 1866 -- Objections to the enfranchisement of Women / Considered by Mrs. Bodichon -- Why Women desire the franchise / by Frances Power Cobbe -- Equal rights for women : a speech / by George William Curtis, in the constitutional convention of New York, at Albany, July 19, 1867 -- Speech of Mr. G. Shaw Lefevre, M.P., on bringing in "The bill to amend the law with respect to the property of married Women" in the House of Commons, April 21st, 1868 -- Volunteer hospital nursing / Elizabeth Garrett -- First annual report of the Edinburgh Ladies' Educational Association, October 1868 -- Some account of a proposed new college for Women : a paper read at the annual meeting of the National Association for the promotion of social science, 1868 -- Edinburgh Ladies' Educational Association : introductory lectures of the second session, 1868-69.