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Standard Name: Gurney, Russell
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Committee members included Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon , Elizabeth Bostock , Isa Craig , Russell Gurney , G. W. Hastings , James Heywood , and Louisa, Lady Goldsmid .
SJB maintained her political drive to establish educational reform for women, culminating in the Russell Gurney Enabling Bill. Passed on 11 August 1876, this allowed all Scottish universities to admit women to medical programmes. This...
Advocating the passage by Parliament of Russell Gurney 's Enabling Act, SJB published an essay in the Fortnightly Review titled The Practice of Medicine by Women.
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ED 's paper Medicine as a Profession for Women was read by Russell Gurney at the Social Science Congress in London.
Stephen, Barbara. Emily Davies and Girton College. Constable, 1927.
8 April 1867
Russell Gurney presented Parliament with a women householders' petition for suffrage.
After 15 January 1869
Frances Power Cobbe took up in the pages of the Echo the cause of Susanna Palmer , imprisoned for wounding her abusive husband in a fight.
9 August 1870
The first Married Women's Property Act gave women the right to certain property: wages, investments, and legacies under £200.
12 August 1876
Russell Gurney 's Enabling Bill allowed for female medical students to take their degree examinations before established medical bodies.
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