Marion Wallace-Dunlop born Inverness, Scotland December 22, 1864 (d. 1942). Artist; militant suffragist, twice arrested, 1908, 1909; first British hunger strike lasting 91 hours; arrested for smashing windows, 1911.
"It is the right of the subject to petition the King, and all commitments and prosecution for such petitions are illegal." (excerpt from Bill of Rights she posted on parliament building, 1909; Oxf. Dict. Nat. Bio citing Rosen 118; photo Spartacus.edu)