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Lady Constance Lytton
Lady Constance Lytton, British suffragette, Newcastle, 9 October 1909. Lady Constance Lytton (1869-1923) before she threw a stone at Sir Walter Runciman's car. David Lloyd George was to speak at Newcastle, and was staying with Runciman. Lady Lytton threw a stone at the radiator of Sir Walter's car so as to damage the car but not injure any passers by.
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- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images