Outlines her grievance against the Indian High Court, who, when she had passed its examination fro enrolment would not enroll her. 'There is the need - how dare any body of men strangle the willing worker.' Due to the Chief Justice's obstinate opposition, she is now not allowed to plead before Magistrates, whose discretion has been interfered with. Manuscript.
Cornelia Sorabji to Millicent Garrett Fawcett
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- Dates of Creation6 Jul 1899
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