The Trial of Annie Besant and Charles Bradlaugh by Roger Manvell

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Eleck Books, 1976. First Edition. Former library copy. Previous owner book-plate present.

'Full account of the April, 1877 trial of Annie Besant, the estranged wife of a clergyman who accused of publishing "obscene libel" in the form of a pamphlet advocating family planning and describing current methods of contraception in detail. It also describes her love relationship with the famous British freethinker Charles Bradlaugh.'

Category Theosophy