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Suffragette and Votes For Women cartoons from Punch magazine

Inspector (to arrested woman). "What's your name?" Woman. "Jest run froo the nimes o' the cabinick minstrels, will yer, ole dear? I've forgot for the minnit oo's my 'usbing!" [According to the press it is understood that it is an agreed suffragette plan for women who are arrested to give the names of cabinet ministers' wives. The idea may spread to other types that come into collision with the police.]

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Inspector (to arrested woman). "What's your name?" Woman. "Jest run froo the nimes o' the cabinick minstrels, will yer, ole dear? I've forgot for the minnit oo's my 'usbing!" [According to the press it is understood that it is an agreed suffragette plan for women who are arrested to give the names of cabinet ministers' wives. The idea may spread to other types that come into collision with the police.]