Suffragette and Votes For Women cartoons from Punch magazine
Lady (to Committee-room Clerk, who hands her a small bill announcing a forthcoming political meeting). "But is it possible for ladies to go to these meetings?" Clerk. "Why not?" Lady. "I thought they were more or less of a rough nature." Clerk. "Well, madam, we've taken every possible precaution to keep out the Suffragettes."
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