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LORD WHO WAS THRASHED.

MILITANT WON'T APOLOGISE

LONDON, February 26

In the suffragette assault case, Mary Lindsay, the defendant,; stated that although she mistook Lord Weardale for Mr Asquith, she was not prepared to apologise, because, though, Lord Weardale had not so much power to torture, women, he ,was equally blameworthy.; Men torturing women in the 20th century ought to be thrashed. In reply to the Magistrate, pointing out that Lord Weardale -was an old man, she said, " All the more ehame."

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LORD WHO WAS THRASHED., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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LORD WHO WAS THRASHED. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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