Women and Radicalism in the Nineteenth Century: Specific controversies

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Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Social Science - 624 pages
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This important collection of writings is about and by women connected with social and political movements between 1799-1870. The set features the writings of those who made important contributions to Radicalism, Owenism, Chartism and Feminism, and documents the vast cultural changes brought about by industrialization. Contents include * an extensive collection of writings from 19th century periodicals * selected writings of Frances Wright, a key figure in radical circles in the US and the UK * writings by Frances Morrison, Robert Dale Owen, William Cobbett and William Lovett * J.D. Milne's seminal work "Industrial Employment of Women."
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
John Duguid Milne Industrial Employment
15
Frances Wright Course Of Popular Lectures 1829
21
An English Woman To the Editor of The Pioneer The Pioneer 12 April 1834 203
27
P A S To the Bonnet Makers of London
28
Mary Anne Radcliffe The Female Advocate
39
Kate Catherine Barmby The Fable o the Guinea
64
Joanna Southcott from A Dispute between
97
To Correspondents The Pioneer 21 June 1834
227
Womans Page The Pioneer 21 June 1834
228
Gertrude To the Editor of The Pioneer The Pioneer 21 June 1834
229
Womans Page The Pioneer 28 June 1834
230
Womans Page The Pioneer 5 July 1834
232
Kate Catherine Barmby The Improvement of
237
Kate Catherine Barmby An Appeal to Women
251
Kate Catherine Barmby Conversation of Sophy
265

Caroline Maria Williams A Few Words to
107
Joanna Southcott from Sound an Alarm
113
The Kings Treatment of the Queen Shortly Stated
121
or a Brief
127
Shandy Sinecure Fair Play or Who Are
149
To the Ladies in Union at Leicester The Pioneer
170
A Leicester Lady To The Pioneer The Pioneer
173
A Page for the Ladies The Pioneer 22 March 1834
186
A Woman Second Letter to the Tailors
199
Hartford and Bedford The Pioneer 12 April 1834
205
Womans Page The Pioneer 26 April 1834
206
P A S Letter from P A S The Pioneer 26 April 1834
207
Womans Page The Pioneer 3 May 1834
209
B Handy Letter from a Unionist Tailor The Pioneer 3 May 1834
212
Womans Page The Pioneer 10 May 1834
213
Womans Page The Pioneer 17 May 1834
214
P A S To the Female StrawWorkers of London The Pioneer 17 May 1834
216
Womans Page The Pioneer 24 May 1834
218
P A S To the StrawBonnet Makers The Pioneer 24 May 1834
219
Womans Page The Pioneer 31 May 1834
221
Womans Page The Pioneer 7 June 1834
223
Gertrude To the Editor of The Pioneer The Pioneer 1 June 1834
224
W Chaplin The Straw Platters The Pioneer 7 June 1834
225
Womans Page The Pioneer 14 June 1834
226
A Dialogue
279
6 April 1839
295
Kate Catherine Barmby On Forbearance
312
Kates Brother Female Influence and Training
328
W W P Woman as She Is and as She Ought
346
Female Public Meeting at Elland The Northern
377
Thomas Glutton Salt Important Meeting
391
Address of the Female Radical Association
404
Public Meeting of Women at Bradford
415
Mrs Frost and the Wives and Families
431
Malthusian Bachelor The Effect of Early
449
30 July 1842
461
G R W Baxter The Bastardy Clause from
467
G R W Baxter How Wad You Like It Yoursel?
479
Rev J R Stephens The Death of Lord John
487
The Woman the Great Social Reformer
493
Employment of Females in Mines The Union
501
Female Education Social The Union
507
Female Education Moral The Union
517
The Women of the Working Classes The Union
525
Emma Martin A Funeral Sermon Occasioned
543
Joseph Barker What Has the Bible Done
581
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Mike Sanders is a Lecturer in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Theory at the University of Manchester.

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