Women's Emancipation Union
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She also joined the Central arm of this organization in 1890, subscribed to the Women's Emancipation Union in 1894 and 1896, and subscribed to the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) in 1907. By 1908...
30 April 1892
The House of Commons debated a women's suffrage bill, introduced by Conservative member Sir Albert Rollit , which would have allowed women with local government franchise to vote in parliamentary elections, but the bill failed...
By October 1892
Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy left the Women's Franchise League , which took an all or nothing stand, to form the Women's Emancipation Union in support of the granting of women's suffrage by stages.
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