Women are granted the permit to manufacture and sell candles. Divorce is abolished for women in Equal inheritance rights for women were abolished in Until , France kept in the French Penal Code the article from that exonerated a rapist in the event of a marriage to their victim. The right of an unmarried woman to be declared of legal majority by royal dispensation are officially confirmed by parliament. Amendment to the Guild Regulation of secures the right of all women of legal majority to apply and be granted a permit to work within all guild professions, trades and handicrafts without having to fulfill the normal requirement of male applicants, because of their greater difficulty to support themselves.
Married women are granted separate economy and the right to choose profession. Married businesswomen are granted the right to make decisions about their own affairs without their husband's consent. Public whipping of women abolished public whipping of men followed in Married women allowed to own and manage property in their own name during the incapacity of their spouse. The charitable Beneficial Society is charged by the government to establish and control private elementary schools for girls they retain the control of the schools for girls until Midwives are allowed to use surgical instruments, which are unique in Europe at the time and gives them surgical status.
Divorce legalized rescinded in and reintroduced in Married women allowed to own but not control property in their own name. The Custody of Infants Act makes it possible for divorced mothers to be granted custody of their children.
The Married Women's Property Act grants married women the right to own but not control property in her own name. Divorce illegalized divorce was reintroduced in Married women allowed to own property in their own name.
Unmarried women are given the right to engage in small scale commerce though only within the country. Compulsory Elementary school for both sexes. The Shogunate in Japan banned induced abortion in Edo, but the law did not affect the rest of the country until , when abortion was banned nationwide.
Married women granted separate economy. Married women granted trade license. Married Women granted separate economy. Married women, despite being minors, are given the right to make a will without the approval of their husbands. Equal inheritance for sons and daughters in the absence of a will.
Married women granted patent rights. All Trade- and crafts works professions previously controlled by the guilds are opened to all women of legal majority through the Fabriks och Handtwerksordning and the Handelsordningen.
Elementary school for both genders Costa Rica: The first high school for girls, and the profession of teacher is open to women. Married Women's Property Act grant married women separate economy. Secondary education is made available by the foundation of the Bethune School. Elementary education for both sexes, but girls are only allowed to be tutored by teachers from the church.
The first permanent school for girls. Unmarried women are allowed to own land. Full citizenship is granted to economically independent women rescinded in Josefa Vega are granted dispensation to attend lectures at university, after which women are given the right to apply for permission to attend lectures at university though not to an actual full university education.
Divorce is legalized rescinded in and reintroduced in The first Egyptian school for females is opened by the Copts minority. The first secondary educational school for females is inaugurated public schools for girls having opened in — The profession of teacher at public primary and elementary schools are opened to both sexes. The first public elementary school for girls. Factory work are open to both sexes when the first women are employed at the textile factory at Bursa, at the same time allowing them to mix unveiled with men.
University of Iowa becomes the first coeducational public or state university in the United States. Women accepted as students at the Royal Academy of Music. Legal majority for unmarried women. Trades and crafts professions are opened to unmarried women. Matrimonial Causes Act makes divorce possible for both sexes. Elementary education compulsory for both girls and boys. Married women granted the right to control their own earnings. The first state school for girls is opened; several other schools for girls are opened during the following decades.
Telegraph office professions open to women. Legal majority for unmarried women if applied for: The post of teacher at public schools are opened to women.
Women allowed to audit university lectures retracted in The post of college teacher and lower official at public institutions are open to women. Married Women's Property Act granted married women separate economy. Women are allowed to teach in the rural elementary school system in the city schools in Married women allowed to own property extended in Married women granted the right to control their earnings. Married women granted trade licenses. Sati is banned in the entire India. The Scientific- and Medical Surgery Academy open laboratories for women retracted in The dentist profession is opened to women.
Married women granted control over their earnings. Colleges open to women. Legal majority for unmarried women at the same age as men in The inauguration of the Women's High School in Belgrade, first high school open to women in Serbia and the entire Balkans. The Post- and telegraph professions are opened to women. The first official secondary education school open to females in Belgium. Taxpaying women and women in "learned profession" eligible to the legislative body.
Elementary schools for girls are founded. The University of Belgrade is founded: Women of legal majority unmarried, divorced and widowed women are granted the same rights within trade and commerce as men by the Decree of Extended Freedom of Trade Sweden.
Husbands are forbidden to abuse their wives. The gymnastics profession is open to women,  and female students accepted at the Gymnastiska centralinstitutet. Women, previously only accepted with dispensation, are accepted as students at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts. A married woman is allowed to become the legal guardian of her children and their property if abandoned by her husband.
The educational reform grant all Romanians access to education, which, at least formally, gave also females the right to attend school from elementary education to the university. Unmarried women are given the same rights as men within commerce.
The Civil Code of secure legal majority and freedom from guardianship for unmarried, legally separated or widowed women, allows for civil marriage and gives married women the option to secure their right to separate economy by agreement prior to marriage. The first high school open to females. The emperor banned midwives from performing abortions. The profession of public school teacher is open to women. The law formally introduce compulsory elementary education for both boys and girls. University Courses for women are opened, which opens the profession of teacher, law assistant and similar lower academic professions for women in , the courses are no longer allowed to give exams, and in , all outside of the capital is closed.
Women allowed to work in the railway office. Abortion was banned nationwide. The Civil Code secure legal majority for unmarried women and widows, though it confirms married women as minors.
Women allowed to study at the universities by dispensation dispensation demand dropped in Female Infanticide Prevention Act, Mexico: The Teachers College for Girls are opened in Constantinople to educate women to professional teachers for girls school; the profession of teacher becomes accessible for women and education accessible to girls.
Universities open to women at the same terms as men First training school for woman teachers. Women are allowed to study in the USA though not yet in Japan itself. Universities open to women. Women allowed to work in the post- and telegraph office. Dominion Lands Act grant mothers without husbands homestead land. Geisha and prostitutes are freed from guardianship and granted legal majority and the right to change profession.