Washington, DC: House of Representatives, 41st Congress, 3d Session, Report No. 22, 1871. First edition. 8vo. 4 pp. The judiciary Committee considered a memorial to Congress by Woodhull asking for the “enactment of a law which shall secure to citizens of the United States in the several States the right to vote ‘without regard to sex,’” laying out her constitutional case on pages two and three. The committee found that “such a declaratory act is not authorized by the Constitution and recommended that “the memorial be laid on the table, and that the Committee on the Judiciary be discharged from the further consideration of the subject.” Disbound pamphlet. Item #65842

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