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'Miss Spence is the Australian Harriet Martineau and has the energy and love of work of her great prototype. She is the author of a socio-political novel "A Week in the Future"'.


  • The article also gives an account of a lecture, "Women in Politics", delivered (by Spence?) at the Melbourne Athenaeum, which was 'remarkable for the moderation of its tone'.

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    y separately published work icon The Sydney Mail vol. 61 no. 1876 20 June 1896 Z1355616 1896 newspaper issue 1896 pg. 1269
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