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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, 1

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, 1 SUFFRAGETTE MEETING AT LEDBURT. j To the Editor. Sir,-WHI you kindly adtww me to call the attention of your readers to the meeting on behalf of the Extension of the Parliamentary Franehise to Women, to be held at Ledbury oa Friday evening, chiefly for the purpose of emphasizing the fact that it is distinctly a meeting of those who are not merely non- militant but who strongly object to all such lawless, wicked, foolish action, and would attain their ends by strictly constitutional means. We trust that tkia fact and the moderation of the speakers will eeable their Ledbury audience to give them a patient and courteous bearing. Would it not be a good tlaing if the word Suffragist' or Suffragette were, as much as possible, dropped for a time by all moderate and constitutional supporters of this movement, and such an expression as I have written in this letter lie used instead ? At present the unpopular word (or words) is a sort, of red rag to our greatly irritated John Bull. Yours faithfuvy, Codd;IJgt08 Roctor H J BULKBLEY. 1 Ledbury. Y. Cf?ddm?toa Rectory,

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