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Suffragette and Votes For Women cartoons from Punch magazine

Suffragettes at Home. He. "I say, that lady over there looks rather out of it." She. "Yes, you see, most of us here have been in prison two or three times, and she, poor dear, has only been bound over!"

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© Punch Limited
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Votes For Women, The New Woman, Suffragette Cartoons
Suffragettes at Home. He. "I say, that lady over there looks rather out of it." She. "Yes, you see, most of us here have been in prison two or three times, and she, poor dear, has only been bound over!"