blurb --- Besant Annie custody 1878
similar to that prevails Mrs. Annie Besant, whose name was very prominently brought before the public a short time ago in connection with the Government prosecution of the publication by her and Sir. Bradlaugh of the "Fruits of Philosophy," has received notice from the solicitor of the Bev. Frank BeBant, of Sibsey, that an application is to be made to the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice, the object ot the application Doing to aepnve I her of the custody of her daughter, on the ground that 1 tho conviction for publishing the Knowlton pamphlet iii.-cjualifics iii.-cjualifics iii.-cjualifics her from being the guardian of her child. The application wiilbersistd.