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THE SUFFRAGETTES.

CAMPDEN HILL SQUARE ROW. PRINCESS GIVES EVIDENCE. (Per Press Association—Copyright). LONDON, February 13. Seven suffragettes concerned in the Campden HilL Square disturbance appeared before the West London Court charged with obstructing the police. Evidence was given that women carried wooden clubs. A complaint was made that the women were roughly handled. The Magistrate said that some women bruised easily, even when grasped affectionately. Princess Duleep Singh, giving evidence in support of the defendants, declared^that the police were excited. She herself/: knocked down three policemen, but she' refused to give , their names. Several of the defendants were fined. Suffragettes who appeared at Bow Street as the result of a disturbance as a protest that no mention of the suffragette cause was made in the King's Speech, were ordered to keep the peace.

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THE SUFFRAGETTES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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THE SUFFRAGETTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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