Privately-bound hardcover volume containing 21 pamphlets. There is an extended note at the end of pamphlet 10.
Essays and pamphlets bound in a single volume by Russell's father, Lord Amberley.
Contents: Report of a meeting of the London National Society for Women's Suffrage, held at the Gallery of the Architectural Society in Conduit Street, Saturday, July 17th, 1869 -- Report of a meeting in St. James' Hall, on Saturday, March 25th, 1871, for the London National Women's Suffrage Society -- Women's suffrage : great meeting in Edinburgh in the Music Hall, on 12th January 1871, under the auspices of the Edinburgh branch of the National Society for Women's Suffrage -- The claims of Women : a lecture / delivered by Lady Amberley, at the Stroud Subscription Rooms ; reprinted by permission from the "Fortnightly Review" -- Criminals, idiots, women, and minors , is the classification sound? : a discussion on the laws concerning the property of married women / by Frances Power Cobbe -- A lecture on Women's suffrage, delivered in the Guildhall, Bath, on January 28th, 1870, his worship the Mayor presiding / by Francis W. Newman -- Women and politics / by the Rev. Canon Kingsley, reprinted from 'Macmillan's Magazine' -- Extracts from Mr Mill's subjection of Women -- Electoral disabilities
of Women / by Milicent Garrett Fawcett ; a lecture delivered at the New Hall, Tavistock, March 11th, 1871 -- The case of Susannah Palmer -- The Lords and the Married Women's Property Bill / four articles from "the Times", "Economist", "Spectator", and "Manchester Examiner & Times", June, 1870 -- On the laws relating to the Property of Married Women / by Arthur Hobhouse -- The property of married Women -- Speeches of Mr. Jacob Bright, M.P., Mr. Robert Lowe, M.P., Mr. J. S. Mill, M.P., and Mr. G. Shaw Lefevre, M.P. in the debate on the second reading of "the Bill to amend the law with respect to the property of married Women", in the House of Commons, June 10th, 1868 -- Women as physicians -- College for Women at Hitchin, Hertfordshire -- College for Women, Hitchin : entrance and scholarship examination, July, 1869 -- I believe I may take it for granted... -- Report of work in India to promote female education / by Mary Carpenter -- Inaugural address delivered at the Plymouth Institution, on the 6th October, 1870, the 58th anniversary / by W. F. Collier, the president.