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1913 Cat and Mouse Act

'Cat and Mouse' Act, 1913

Cat and Mouse Act first page

In March 1913 Parliament passed the Prisoners' Temporary Discharge for Health Act. This made it legal to release prisoners because of ill health.

A woman in prison is tied to a chair while four members of staff force feed

One of the viler consequences of the fight for women's suffrage was the Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health) Act - commonly known as The Cat and ...

Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill-health) Act

'Cat and Mouse' Suffragette print

My recent research into this theme, published in the May 2013 edition of Social History of Medicine, revealed that contrasting perspectives existed on the ...

Cat and Mouse Act second page

In 1913 the Prisoner's Temporary Discharge of Ill Health Act (nicknamed the "Cat and Mouse Act") changed policy. Hunger strikes were tolerated but prisoners ...

The Cat and the Mouse

  • The Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health) Act ...

Spiral Notebook

Suffragettes on hunger strike: from the archive blog | From the Guardian | The Guardian

The idiom is also infamously applied to the 1913 'Prisoners, Temporary Discharge for Health Act', otherwise known as the 'cat and mouse' act.

One of the most militant of the suffragettes, Emily Wilding Davison, was constantly coming up with new tactics to take the women's guerrilla war into the ...

Pankhurst 26.03.1913

Bookcover of Cat and Mouse Act

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The idiom is also infamously applied to the 1913 'Prisoners, Temporary Discharge for Health Act', otherwise known as the 'cat and mouse' act.

Suffragettes on hunger strike: from the archive blog | From the Guardian | The Guardian

The idiom is also infamously applied to the 1913 'Prisoners, Temporary Discharge for Health Act', otherwise known as the 'cat and mouse' act.

Letters to the Manchester Guardian in October of 1909 ...

Letter published in the St Andrews Citizen, 5 July 1913 (rper AN4.S2C5)

Suffragette

EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858 – 1928) Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health Act, 1913)

1912-08-24: 6. ↑ Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill-Health) Act, 1913.

1832 Act to Amend the Representation of the People in England and Wales. Chapter 45

Prisoners Temporary Discharge For Ill Health Act 1913 Wikipedia

Note that she says that the enthusiasm of young university women “acts as the driving force for ...

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... oppressors and helpless in the face of hunger strikers, the British Government implemented the Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health) Act (also ...

Lilian Lenton's release

Hunger strike statement

Photograph of a 'votes for women' demonstration, from the McIntosh albums (ms37102/12/48r)

Cat and Mouse Act second page

Dr Mari Takayanagi

Labour history

Related information

... a temporary discharge notice for "Margaret Morrison", an alias of suffragette Ethel Moorhead. "Margaret" was released after developing double pneumonia, ...

Forced fed 232 times

Terence MacSwiney's prison discharge sheet, written #OnThisDay in 1917. Discharged temporarily due to ill health. #history #irishhistorypic.twitter.com/ ...

Letter to the Director of Public Prosecutions from the Home Office, 15 October 1913 (

Punch, 19th March 1913

Letter from the NUWSS recorded in University Court Minutes, July 1913 (UYUY505)

Newspaper cuttings reporting on the Gatty lab fire, in the scrapbook albums from the papers of William Carmichael McIntosh, Professor of Natural History ...

The idiom is also infamously applied to the 1913 'Prisoners, Temporary Discharge for Health Act', otherwise known as the 'cat and mouse' act.

Print Suffragette Movement in Britain: Facts & Timeline Worksheet

... and, following her example, other imprisoned suffragettes also went on hunger strike.

'Cat and Mouse' Act, 1913

... THE CAT AND MOUSE ACT 1913 POSTER | by star1950

Suffragists protest at the White House

This illustration from a Women's Social and Political Union poster condemns the force-feeding of

Enter Alt text here.

... sitting on a pedestal, labelled ... , 'Fiat Justitia (let justice be done). He introduced the 'Prisoner's (Temporary Discharge for ill Health) Act, 1913 ...

Demonstration of suffragettes in London 1913 Great Britain - Stock Image

Suffragettes at The Capitol, 1913 - Stock Image

Graffiti of cat with baloons staring at little mouse on building wall in Viana do Castello

A contemporary postcard labels McKenna: "Reggie the Mouser"

Watch the Right to Vote film on YouTube

Lucienne Boyce's Blog: Spotlight on Reginald McKenna (1863-1943): The Man who Introduced the Cat and Mouse Act

Report of the fife at Leuchars Railway Station, St Andrews Citizen, 5 July 1913 (rper AN4.S2C5)

Surveillance photographs of Suffragettes

The Criminal Record Office Memorandum, 16 May 1914 (Library Records d.1433) Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

Emmeline Pankhurst 1912

A century ago, women were literally fighting in the streets of London for their rights.

Police seek Lilian Lenton

Letter from Janie Allan (UYUY37781/B/4)

Emily Davison

Sylvia Pankhurst British Suffragette In A Bath Chair London June 1914

1928 Representation of the People (Equal Franchise) Act

When did women get the vote in the UK and what was the Suffragette movement? Voting rights and the 1918 Representation of the People Act

The Bodyguard In early 1913 ...

Suffragette being force fed in prison.

Protest against arrest

AMERICAN SUFFAGETTES Cover of programme for 1913 demonstration in Washington D.C. - Stock Image

'to see a man about a dog'

Emmeline Pankhurst Hartford Speech November 1913 | Suffragettes | 4 Minute History

The ...

Vote 100 Nottingham logo

THE photograph here of members of the religious suffrage leagues dates from about 1913-14. No comparable image can be found from the suffrage campaigns of ...

... 37. for their wrongs have excited the sympathy of the country'.112 The government introduced the Prisoners' Temporary Discharge for Ill Health Act ...

Prisoners Temporary Discharge For Ill Health Act 1913 Wikipedia

Miss Sylvia Pankhurst being re arrested after recovering from her hunger strike experiences in early 1913

Suffragette Inmates Holloway Prison - Stock Image

The playfully named Cat and Mouse act (officially known as the Prisoner's Temporary Discharge of Ill Health Act) was anything but playful.

Violence was seen as state sanctioned and often described in gender ...

12.

Punch, 5th March 1912

The swords strikers demonstrate in Dublin in 1913. The banner, middle right says,

Meeting at Steinway Hall

Legislation In April 1913, Reginald McKenna of the Home Office passed the Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health) ...

1913 Cat and Mouse Act

'Cat and Mouse' Act, 1913. Title: Prisoners Temporary Discharge for Health ...

Cat and Mouse Act first page

“Torturing Women in Prison. Vote Against the Government.” London: National Women's Social and Political Union, ca. 1909. Color Lithograph.

A woman in prison is tied to a chair while four members of staff force feed

One of the viler consequences of the fight for women's suffrage was the Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health) Act - commonly known as The Cat and ...

'Cat and Mouse' Suffragette print

Advokate. ...

My recent research into this theme, published in the May 2013 edition of Social History of Medicine, revealed that contrasting perspectives existed on the ...

Cat and Mouse Act second page

In 1913 the Prisoner's Temporary Discharge of Ill Health Act (nicknamed the "Cat and Mouse Act") changed policy. Hunger strikes were tolerated but prisoners ...

The Cat and the Mouse

  • The Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health) Act ...

The idiom is also infamously applied to the 1913 'Prisoners, Temporary Discharge for Health Act', otherwise known as the 'cat and mouse' act.

Suffragettes on hunger strike: from the archive blog | From the Guardian | The Guardian

'Cat and Mouse' Act, 1913

Emmeline Pankhurst detained by police. Getty Images.

One of the most militant of the suffragettes, Emily Wilding Davison, was constantly coming up with new tactics to take the women's guerrilla war into the ...

Pankhurst 26.03.1913

Post navigation

Bookcover of Cat and Mouse Act

The idiom is also infamously applied to the 1913 'Prisoners, Temporary Discharge for Health Act', otherwise known as the 'cat and mouse' act.

Suffragettes on hunger strike: from the archive blog | From the Guardian | The Guardian

The idiom is also infamously applied to the 1913 'Prisoners, Temporary Discharge for Health Act', otherwise known as the 'cat and mouse' act.

Spiral Notebook

Letters to the Manchester Guardian in October of 1909 ...

The playfully named Cat and Mouse act (officially known as the Prisoner's Temporary Discharge of Ill Health Act) was anything but playful.

Letter published in the St Andrews Citizen, 5 July 1913 (rper AN4.S2C5)

The Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health) Act 1913 allowed the authorities to release ...

EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858 – 1928) Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health Act, 1913)

Suffragette

1832 Act to Amend the Representation of the People in England and Wales. Chapter 45

Prisoners Temporary Discharge For Ill Health Act 1913 Wikipedia

1912-08-24: 6. ↑ Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill-Health) Act, 1913.

Note that she says that the enthusiasm of young university women “acts as the driving force for ...

Zoom in

... oppressors and helpless in the face of hunger strikers, the British Government implemented the Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill Health) Act (also ...

Lilian Lenton's release

Hunger strike statement

Related information

Suffragists protest at the White House

Cat and Mouse Act second page

Photograph of a 'votes for women' demonstration, from the McIntosh albums (ms37102/12/48r)

Labour history

Dr Mari Takayanagi

... a temporary discharge notice for "Margaret Morrison", an alias of suffragette Ethel Moorhead. "Margaret" was released after developing double pneumonia, ...

Forced fed 232 times

Letter to the Director of Public Prosecutions from the Home Office, 15 October 1913 (

Terence MacSwiney's prison discharge sheet, written #OnThisDay in 1917. Discharged temporarily due to ill health. #history #irishhistorypic.twitter.com/ ...

Letter from the NUWSS recorded in University Court Minutes, July 1913 (UYUY505)

Punch, 19th March 1913

Newspaper cuttings reporting on the Gatty lab fire, in the scrapbook albums from the papers of William Carmichael McIntosh, Professor of Natural History ...

Print Suffragette Movement in Britain: Facts & Timeline Worksheet

... and, following her example, other imprisoned suffragettes also went on hunger strike.

A century ago, women were literally fighting in the streets of London for their rights.

... THE CAT AND MOUSE ACT 1913 POSTER | by star1950

The Suffragette: 1913

This illustration from a Women's Social and Political Union poster condemns the force-feeding of

Enter Alt text here.

Demonstration of suffragettes in London 1913 Great Britain - Stock Image

... sitting on a pedestal, labelled ... , 'Fiat Justitia (let justice be done). He introduced the 'Prisoner's (Temporary Discharge for ill Health) Act, 1913 ...

Suffragettes at The Capitol, 1913 - Stock Image

A contemporary postcard labels McKenna: "Reggie the Mouser"

Lucienne Boyce's Blog: Spotlight on Reginald McKenna (1863-1943): The Man who Introduced the Cat and Mouse Act

Watch the Right to Vote film on YouTube

Report of the fife at Leuchars Railway Station, St Andrews Citizen, 5 July 1913 (rper AN4.S2C5)

The Criminal Record Office Memorandum, 16 May 1914 (Library Records d.1433) Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

Surveillance photographs of Suffragettes

Emmeline Pankhurst 1912

Police seek Lilian Lenton

AMERICAN SUFFAGETTES Cover of programme for 1913 demonstration in Washington D.C. - Stock Image

Protest against arrest

Suffragette being force fed in prison.

When did women get the vote in the UK and what was the Suffragette movement? Voting rights and the 1918 Representation of the People Act

The Bodyguard In early 1913 ...

'to see a man about a dog'

The ...

Emmeline Pankhurst Hartford Speech November 1913 | Suffragettes | 4 Minute History

Vote 100 Nottingham logo

THE photograph here of members of the religious suffrage leagues dates from about 1913-14. No comparable image can be found from the suffrage campaigns of ...

This particular medal was awarded to Letitia Withall by the WPSU in August 1913 after her release from prison. She sent it to Bessie Rischbieth hoping that ...

... 37. for their wrongs have excited the sympathy of the country'.112 The government introduced the Prisoners' Temporary Discharge for Ill Health Act ...

Prisoners Temporary Discharge For Ill Health Act 1913 Wikipedia

Miss Sylvia Pankhurst being re arrested after recovering from her hunger strike experiences in early 1913

Suffragette Inmates Holloway Prison - Stock Image

Meeting at Steinway Hall

Violence was seen as state sanctioned and often described in gender ...

The swords strikers demonstrate in Dublin in 1913. The banner, middle right says,

12.

Punch, 5th March 1912

Prison governors were ordered to force feed Suffragettes but this caused a public outcry. 12. The government responded with the Cat and Mouse Act. 13. The .

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