The First Essay on the Political Rights of Women : a Translation of Condorcet's Essay Sur L'admission Des Femmes Au Droit De Cite : Or on the Admission of Women to the Rights of Citizenship

Marie Jean Condorcet / Dr. Alice Drysdale Vickery with Preface and Remarks

Published by Letchworth : Garden City Press Limited 1798
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12 pages. Paper / Soft cover reprint edition in very good or better condition, slight wear to edges. Overall good copy of this scarce title. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life. Archival reprint. Condorcet s essay is an early defence of the right of women to particpate in politcs. It was written during the first years of the French Revolution. Size: Facsimile Bound Reprint Edition / Replica of Origi. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The First Essay on the Political Rights of ...
Publisher: Letchworth : Garden City Press Limited 1798
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Vickery (Alice Drysdale, Dr., Translator) (Condorcet.)
Published by Garden City Press n.d. circa (1910)
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Book Description Garden City Press n.d. circa, 1910. some faint spotting a couple of minor corrections to the text, pp. 11, [1, Remarks], tall foolscap 8vo, original stapled wrappers, the staples slightly rusted, a little darkened to borders with a single spot to rear, ownership inscription of Edith How Martyn to front, good. A superb association copy, with the ownership inscription of Edith How Martyn, suffragist and birth control campaigner - both causes in which Drysdale Vickery had paved the way, her feminism likewise aligned with her Malthusianism. Laid in is a card carrying a gift inscription from How Martyn's secretary Eileen Palmer, with whom she established the Birth Control International Information Centre, addrerssed to J. Miriam Benn 'as a souvenir of your London hard-working Drysdale research visit' - the latter resulting in a book, 'Predicaments of Love', about Alice Vickery and the Drysdales and their struggle against Victorian mores; on the verso of the card, crossed through, is a printed listing for meetings of the 'Birth Control Worldwide Group', presided over by How Martyn and Palmer. Seller Inventory # 63809

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