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129 inform him that she intended to enrol in the electoral registers of the district. In La femme pauvre au XIXe siècle, Daubié devoted an entire chapter to political rights. Her deﬁnition of universal suffrage meant equal representation by gender and social class. Julie-Victoire Daubié is remembered today for her exceptional research on the economic situation of women during the nineteenth century. More than a century after her death, Daubié’s work continues to be one of the most reliable sources for studying the conditions of women in the 1800s. CHRISTINE IVORY Bibliography Selected writings by Julie-Victoire Daubié (1862), Du progrès dans l’instruction primaire: justice et liberté, Paris: impr. de Mme Claye. (1862), ‘Quels moyens de subsistance ont les femmes?’, Journal des économistes, 2nd series, 34. (1863), ‘Travail manuel des femmes’, Journal des économistes, 2nd series, 38 and 39. (1865), ‘De l’enseignement sécondaire pour les femmes’, Journal des économistes, June. (1866), La femme pauvre au XIXe siècle, Paris: Guillaumin. (1871), L’émancipation de la femme en dix livraisons, Paris: E. Thorin. (1872) (ed.), Manuel du jeune homme, by Silvio Pellico. Paris: E. Thorin. (1872), ‘French Morality under the Regulation System’, in Josephine Butler (ed.), The New Era: A Collection of Twenty-ﬁve Pamphlets Relating to the Contagious Diseases Act of 1864, 1866 and 1869, London. Other sources and references Bidelman, Patrick Kay (1982), Pariahs Stand Up! The Founding of the Liberal Feminist Movement in France, 1858–1889, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Moses, Claire Goldberg...
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