A rare early work in Polish language list arguments for legally increasing women’s right in Poland. The chapters of the book embrace the following titles: Response to allegations against women’s equality, Historical overview [of women’s rights], How and why is set the question of women’s equality, Economic liberation of women, Woman in social and public life, A woman’s family position, Family status of the man, Laws – What a woman has the right to demand from lawmakers, and what of morals?
This is a second, enlarged edition with an additional appendix of eight chapters with over 160 pages of various commentaries, mostly concerning women’s right in the United States, and translations. The first edition was published in 1873 (Scan: O prawach kobiéty – Google Books).
Polish women were only granted the right to vote on November 1918, just two weeks after Poland regained independence.
Worldcat lists two institutional examples: Warsaw University Library (Uniwersytet Warszawski Biblioteka) and The British Library.
References: OCLC 504745157, 759051533.