Thoughts on some questions relating to women, 1860-1908. With prefatory note by E. E. Constance Jones. Cambridge, Bowes and Bowes, 1910.
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Women -- Education -- Great Britain -- History.
Women -- Suffrage -- History.
Women in medicine -- History.
ix, 227 p. 19 cm.
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Letters to a daily paper, Newcastle-on-Tyne.--Female physicians.--Employment of women.--Medicine as a profession for women.--University degrees and the education of women.--Secondary instruction as relating to girls.--Some account of a proposed new college for women.--On the influence upon girls' schools of external examinations.--Special systems of education for women.--Home and the higher education.--Women in the universities of England and Scotland.--The women's suffrage movement.--Letters to The Times and The Spectator on women's suffrage.
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