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Women & Radicalism 19thc V1

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Mike Sanders



ISBN 9781003191773
Published April 5, 2021 by Routledge
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. It also records the attitudes of the great radical reformers to the role of women in society and documents the vast cultural changes brought about by industrialisation. The collection draws together the following key material: Volume I contains an extensive collection of writings from 19th century periodicals, reflecting the high point of working class women's involvement in radical movements. This collection will appeal to anyone with an interest in women's history and Victorian studies

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements, General Introduction, VOLUME I: SPECIFIC CONTROVERSIES, Introduction, Employment, 1. The Female Advocate; or an Attempt to Recover the Rights Of Women from Male Usurpation (1799), Prophecy and Feminist Theology, 2. [from] A Dispute between the Woman and the Powers of Darkness (1802), 3. [from] Sound an Alarm in my Holy Mountain (1812), The Queen Caroline Affair, 4. The King’s Treatment of the Queen Shortly Stated to the People of England (1820), 5. Fair Play, or, Who Are the Adulterers, Slanderers and Demoralizers? (1820), The Pioneer, 6. ‘On Female Education’, The Pioneer (28 September 1833), 7. ‘To the Ladies in Union at Leicester’, The Pioneer (26 October 1833), 8. ‘A Voice from Leicester to The Pioneer’, The Pioneer (23 November 1833), 9. ‘To The Pioneer’, The Pioneer (23 November 1833), 10. ‘The Pioneer to Pioneera’, The Pioneer (30 December 1833), 11. ‘To the Editor of The Pioneer’, The Pioneer (11 January 1834), 12. ‘To the Mechanic’s Wife’, The Pioneer (11 January 1834), 13. ‘To the Females of the Working Class’, The Pioneer (8 February 1834), 14. ‘To the Bondswoman of Birmingham’, The Pioneer (22 February 1834), 15. ‘A Page for the Ladies’, The Pioneer (8 March 1834), 16. ‘To the Editor of The Pioneer’, The Pioneer (15 March 1834), 17. ‘Letter from an Initiated Weaver’s Wife’, The Pioneer (15 March 1834), 18. ‘A Page for the Lasses’, The Pioneer (15 March 1834), 19. ‘A Page for the Ladies’, The Pioneer (22 March 1834), 20. ‘A Page for the Ladies’, The Pioneer (29 March 1834), 21. ‘[Letter to the Tailors’ Union]’, The Pioneer (29 March 1834), 22. ‘Memorial of the Females of Nottingham and Vicinity’, The Pioneer (29 March 1834), 23. ‘A Page for the Ladies’, The Pioneer (5 April 1834), 24. ‘A Page for the Ladies’, The Pioneer (12 April 1834), 25. ‘Second Letter to the Tailors’, The Pioneer (12 April 1834), 26. ‘The Dorchester Victims’, The Pioneer (12 April 1834), 27. ‘To the Editor of The Pioneer’, The Pioneer (12 April 1834), 28. ‘To the Bonnet Makers of London, Hartford, and Bedford’, The Pioneer (12 April 1834), 29. ‘Woman’s Page’, The Pioneer (26 April 1834), 30. ‘[Letter from P.A.S.]’, The Pioneer (26 April 1834), 31. ‘Woman’s Page’, The Pioneer (3 May 1834), 32. ‘[Letter from a Unionist Tailor]’, The Pioneer (3 May 1834), 33. ‘Woman’s Page’, The Pioneer (10 May 1834), 34. ‘Woman’s Page’, The Pioneer (17 May 1834), 35. ‘To the Female Straw-Workers of London’, The Pioneer (17 May 1834), 36. ‘Woman’s Page’, The Pioneer (24 May 1834), 37. ‘To the Straw-Bonnet Makers’, The Pioneer (24 May 1834), 38. ‘Woman’s Page’, The Pioneer (31 May 1834), 39. ‘Woman’s Page’, The Pioneer (7 June 1834), 40. ‘To the Editor of The Pioneer’, The Pioneer (7 June 1834), 41. ‘The Straw Platters’, The Pioneer (7 June 1834), 42. The Pioneer (14 June 1834), 43. The Pioneer (21 June 1834), 44. The Pioneer (21 June 1834), 45. ‘To the Editor of The Pioneer’, The Pioneer (21 June 1834), 46. The Pioneer (28 June 1834), 47. The Pioneer (5 July 1834), The New Moral World, 48. ‘The Improvement of the Manners’, The New Moral World (31 January 1835), 49. ‘Flattery and Politeness’, The New Moral World (14 March 1835), 50. ‘For The New Moral World’, The New Moral World (11 April 1835), 51. ‘Female Improvement’, The New Moral World (13 June 1835), 52. ‘An Appeal to Women’, The New Moral World (15 August 1835), 53. ‘An Appeal to Women’, The New Moral World (22 August 1835), 54. ‘The Religion of the Millennium’, The New Moral World (6 February 1836), 55. ‘On Superstition’, The New Moral World (7 May 1836), 56. ‘Conversation of Sophy and Emma’, The New Moral World (4 June 1836), 57. ‘Woman’, The New Moral World (4 March 1837), 58. ‘Morality’, The New Moral World (6 January 1838), 59. ‘The Love of Knowledge’, The New Moral World (3 February 1838), 60. ‘Education: A Dialogue’, The New Moral World (21 April 1838), 61. ‘Commonsense and Human Love’, The New Moral World (30 June 1838), 62. ‘Conversation of Jane and Eliza’, The New Moral World (29 December 1838), 63. ‘Condition of Woman’, The New Moral World (6 April 1839), 64. ‘The Fable of the Guinea and the Fragment of Steel’, The New Moral World (6 April 1839), 65. ‘Man’s Legislation’, The New Moral World (25 May 1839), 66. ‘Women and the Laws’, The New Moral World (29 June 1839), 67. ‘Social Regeneration of Women’, The New Moral World (24 August 1839), 68. ‘On Forbearance’, The New Moral World (28 September 1839), 69. ‘The Moral Virtues’, The New Moral World (14 December 1839), 70. ‘The Principles of The New Moral World’, The New Moral World (29 February 1840), 71. ‘Festivity at the New Social Hall’, The New Moral World (25 March 1840), 72. ‘Female Influence and Training’, The New Moral World (3 November 1838), 73. ‘Education and Capabilities of Women’, The New Moral World (8 June 1839), 74. ‘Comparison of the Sexes’, The New Moral World (8 June 1839), 75. ‘Education of Woman’, The New Moral World (22 June 1839), 76. ‘Woman as She Is and as She Ought to Be’, The New Moral World (12 January 1839), 77. ‘Woman as She Is and as She Ought to Be’, The New Moral World (26 January 1839),  The National, 78. ‘The Treatment and Position of Women’, The National, No. 10 (9 March 1839), The Northern Star, 79. ‘Female Public Meeting [at Elland]’, The Northern Star (17 February 1838), 80. ‘To the Editors of The Northern Star’, The Northern Star (17 March 1838), 81. ‘Address of the Female Radicals of Elland to the Dorchester Victims on their Return Home’, The Northern Star (14 April 1838), 82. ‘Elland Anti-Poor-Law Meeting’, The Northern Star (21 April 1838), 83. ‘Mrs Grassby v. Mr Tattersfield’, The Northern Star (28 April 1838), 84. ‘Important Meeting of Women at Birmingham’, The Northern Star (5 May 1838), 85. ‘To the Women of Scotland’, The Northern Star (23 June 1838), 86. ‘To the Women of Birmingham’, The Northern Star (25 August 1838), 87. ‘Meeting of Females [at Carlisle]’, The Northern Star (1 September 1838), 88. ‘Nottingham Female Political Union’, The Northern Star (8 December 1838), 89. ‘Address of the Female Radical Association of Carlisle to Feargus O’Connor, Esq.’, The Northern Star (22 December 1838), 90. ‘Female Radical Association [Carlisle]’, The Northern Star (22 December 1838), 91. ‘Address of the Ashton Female Political Union to the Women of Great Britain and Ireland’, The Northern Star (2 February 1839), 92. ‘Address of the Female Political Union of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne to their Fellow Countrywomen’, The Northern Star (9 February 1839), 93. ‘Public Meeting of Women at Bradford’, The Northern Star (30 March 1839), 94. ‘Female Radical Association [Doghouse]’, The Northern Star (30 March 1839), 95. ‘The London Female Democratic Association to the Women of England, and Particularly the Women of the Metropolis’, The Northern Star (11 May 1839), 96. ‘Great Meeting of the Patriotic Women of Sunderland’, The Northern Star (8 June 1839), 97. ‘Female Democratic Festival at Newcastle’, The Northern Star (15 June 1839), 98. ‘Mrs Frost, and the Wives and Families of All Suffering Chartists’, The Northern Star (12 September 1840), 99. ‘Mrs Roberts, the Whig Made Widow’, The Northern Star (17 October 1840), 100. ‘Address of the East London Female Total Abstinence Association’, The Northern Star (30 January 1841), 101. ‘The Rights of Woman [Review]’, The Northern Star (30 January 1841), 102. ‘The English Maiden: Her Moral and Domestic Duties [Review]’, The Northern Star (16 October 1841), 103. ‘The Effect of “Early,” “Imprudent,” and “Improvident Marriages”’, The Northern Star (20 November 1841), 104. ‘To Feargus O’Connor, Esq.’, The Northern Star (1 January 1842), 105. ‘To the Female Chartists of Great Britain’, The Northern Star (19 February 1842), 106. ‘To the Women of England’, The Northern Star (2 July 1842), 107. ‘A Few Words to my Chartist Sisters Everywhere’, The Northern Star (30 July 1842), 108. ‘To the Females of the Metropolis and its Vicinity’, The Northern Star (10 October 1842), The New Poor Law, 109. ‘The Bastardy Clause’, [from] The Book Of The Bastilles (1841), 110. ‘How Wad You Like It Yoursel?’, [from] The Book of the Bastilles (1841), 111. ‘The Death of Lord John Russell’s First Wife’, [from] The Book of the Bastilles (1841), The Union, 112. ‘The Woman, the Great Social Reformer’, The Union (April 1842), 113. ‘Employment of Females in Mines’, The Union (May 1842), 114. ‘Female Education [Social]’, The Union (November 1842), 115. ‘Female Education [Moral]’, The Union (December 1842), 116. ‘The Women of the Working Classes’, The Union (January 1843), Secularism, 117. A Funeral Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Richard Carlile (1843), 118. God’s Gifts and Man’s Duties (1843), 119. What Has the Bible Done for Woman? (n.d.), VOLUME II: FRANCES WRIGHT, Introduction, 120. Course Of Popular Lectures (1829), 121. Address on the State of the Public Mind, and the Measures which It Calls for (1829), 122. Address, Containing a Review of the Times (1830), 123. An Address to Young Mechanics, as Delivered in the Hall of Science (1830), 124. Parting Address, as Delivered in the Bowery Theatre, to the People of New-York (1830), 125. England, the Civilizer: Her History Developed in its Principles (1848), VOLUME III: MARRIAGE, SEXUALITY AND FAMILY, Introduction, 126. William Cobbett, Letter III ‘To a Lover’ and Letter IV ‘To a Husband’, from Advice to Young Men and (Incidentally) to Young Women, in the Middle and Higher Ranks of Life in a Series of Letters Addressed to a Youth, a Bachelor, a Lover, a Husband, a Father, a Citizen, or a Subject (1856), 127. Moral Physiology: or, a Brief and Plain Treatise on the Population Question (1833), 128. The Marriage System of The New Moral World; with a Faint Outline of the Present Very Irrational System, as Developed in a Course of Ten Lectures (1839), 129. The Influence of the Present Marriage System upon the Character and Interests of Females Contrasted with that Proposed by Robert Owen, Esq. (1838), 130. Social and Political Morality (1853), VOLUME IV: WOMEN AND INDUSTRIALISM, Introduction, 131. Industrial Employment of Women in the Middle and Lower Ranks (1870)

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Mike Sanders