The Englishwoman's Review of Social and Industrial Questions

1875
 
 
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The Englishwoman's Review, which published from 1866 to 1910, participated in and recorded a great change in the range of possibilities open to women. The ideal of the magazine was the idea of the emerging emancipated middle-class woman: economic independence from men, choice of occupation, participation in the male enterprises of commerce and government, access to higher education, admittance to the male professions, particularly medicine, and, of course, the power of suffrage equal to that of men.

First published in 1985, this eighth volume contains issues from 1875. With an informative introduction by Janet Horowitz Murray and Myra Stark, and an index compiled by Anna Clark, this set is an invaluable resource to those studying nineteenth and early twentieth-century feminism and the women's movement in Britain.

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  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Original Title Page
  • Original Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • No. XXI.-January, 1875
  • Art. I.-The Position of Women Engaged in Handicrafts and other Industrial Pursuits
  • Art. II.-Mrs. Nassau Senior on the Education of Pauper Girls
  • Art. III.-A Year's Progress in America
  • Art. IV.-Reviews
  • Art. V.-Events of the Quarter
  • School of Meclicine for Women
  • Women's Suffrage
  • Vigilance Association
  • Social Science
  • Church Congress
  • Carpet Weavers at Kidderminster
  • Public Men on Public Affairs-Sir C. Reed, Mr. Stansfeld, Mr. Reed
  • Election of Coroners
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. VI.-Foreign Notes and News
  • No. XXII.-February, 1875
  • Art. I.-Mrs. Senior, and Boarding out of Pauper Children: J. Boucherett
  • Art. II.-Union among Women
  • Art. III.-Inefficacy of Corporal Punishment
  • Art. IV.-Industrial Schools in Vienna and Brussels
  • Art. V.-Reviews
  • Art. VI.-Events of the Month
  • Education
  • Annual Meeting of Education Union-Classes in London
  • College of Preceptor's Professorship
  • Discussion in London University
  • Suffrage
  • Memorial against Vivisection
  • Employment of Women
  • Trades Unions
  • Trades Congress in Liverpool
  • Wages in Geneva
  • Home for young women servants
  • Obituary
  • Cases under Marriage Laws
  • Indian Association
  • Women's Hospitals
  • Miscellaneous
  • No. XXIII.-March, 1875
  • Art. I.-Proposed Extension of the Factory Acts
  • Art. II.-Prosection of Girls Brought up as Paupers
  • Art. III.-Discussion Societies for Working Women
  • Art. IV.-Reviews
  • Art. V.-Events of the Month
  • Scotch University Bill
  • Brighton Association for Employment of Women
  • Education
  • Holloway University
  • Education Union
  • Meetings &c. Women's Disabilities Removal Bill
  • Progress of the Session
  • Women as civil servants
  • Labour News
  • Strikes at Glenpatrick and Dewsbury
  • Married women and their employers
  • Emigration of Pauper children
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. VI.-Foreign Notes and News
  • Art. VII.-Correspondence
  • Art. VIII.-Paragraphs
  • No. XXIV.-April, 1875
  • Art. I.-Left Handed Education
  • Art. II.-Prison Discipline in the United States
  • Art. III.-Mixed Classes in Switzerland
  • Art. IV.-Women as Poor Law Guardians
  • Art. V.-Reviews
  • Art. VI.-Events of the Month:
  • Women's Disabilities Removal Bill
  • Medical Education
  • Education-Cambridge, London
  • Women as Poor Law Guardians
  • Employment Society
  • Protective and Provident League
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. VII.-Foreign Notes and News
  • Art. VIII.-Paragraphs
  • No. XXV.-May, 1875
  • Art. I.-Women in the Civil Sirvice
  • Art. II.-Progress of Co-Education
  • Art. III.-Austrian Society for Employment of Women
  • Art. IV.-Reviews
  • Art. V.-Events of the Month
  • Education
  • Girton
  • Lectures on Health
  • London School of Medicine
  • Suffrage
  • Lady Poor-Law Guardian
  • Factory and Workshops' Act
  • Protective and Provident League
  • Cheyne Home for Sick Children
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. VI.-Foreign Notes and News
  • Art. VII.-Paragraphs
  • No. XXVI.-June, 1875
  • Art. I.-Women in the Civil Service
  • Art. II.-The Rights of Women 1798
  • Art. III.-The Need of Mutual Assistance Societies
  • Art. IV.-Reviews
  • Art. V.-Events of the Month
  • Cambridge Local Examinations
  • Scholarships for Girls in London
  • Clapham
  • Ireland
  • Lady Students at London University
  • Suffrage Meetings
  • Factory Acts Leaflet
  • Women's Temperance Associations
  • Bills to repress Vivisection
  • Leicestershire Stitchers and Seamers
  • School of Medicine
  • Albemarle Club
  • Employment
  • Miss Dymock, M.D.
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. VI.-Correspondence
  • Art. VII.-Foreign Notes and News
  • Art. VIII.-Paragraphs
  • No. XXVII.-July, 1875
  • Art. I.-The Eliza-Lemonnier Schools
  • Art. II.-Women on the Civil Service
  • Art. III.-Are Rights and Duties the Same?
  • Art. IV.-Reviews of Books
  • Art. V.-Association to Defend The Constitution
  • Art. VI.-Factory Commission in Birmingham
  • Art. VII.-Events of The Month
  • Important Decision in the Medical Council
  • Education
  • Head Mistresses' Association
  • Distribution of Prizes
  • Ladies Collegiate School, Belfast
  • Belfast
  • Kindergarten Classes
  • Irish Society for Promoting Female Education in India
  • Letter from Swiss Lady in Medical Practice
  • Working Women's Unions
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. VIII.-Lay of the English Franchise
  • Art. IX.-Paragraphs
  • No. XXVIII.-August, 1875
  • Art. I.-Visit to A Swiss Prison
  • Art. II.-Female Medical School at Bareilly, India
  • Art. III.-Factory Acts' Extension Commission
  • Art. IV.-Women Medical Practitioners
  • Art. V.-Events of the Month
  • Annual Report of the Women's Provident and Protection League
  • Statistics of Elementary Education
  • Girton College
  • Irish Governesses' Association
  • Instruction in Botany
  • Offences against the Person Bill
  • Protection of Women and Children
  • A Rard Case
  • Wife Desertion
  • Disability of Married Women to make Contract
  • Married Women's Property Committee
  • Female Medical Practitioners
  • Suffrage
  • Women Parishioners
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. VI.-Correspondence
  • Art. VII.-Foreign Notes and News
  • No. XXIX.-September, 1875
  • Art. I.-New England Hospital for Women and Children
  • Art. II.-The British Association
  • Art. III.-The Story of a Petition
  • Art. IV.-Silk Culture as an Employment for Women
  • Art. V.-Reviews
  • Art. VI.-Congress at Syracuse
  • Art. VII.-Events of the month
  • Newnham Hall Report
  • Classes for Nurses
  • Queen's University Examinations
  • Right to Dower
  • Employment
  • Brighton and Sussex Society
  • Female Voters
  • Reformatories for Girls
  • Swimming for Ladies
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. VIII.-Foreign Notes and News
  • Art. IX.-Her Sphere
  • Art. X.-Paragraphs
  • No. XXX.-October, 1875
  • Art. I.-Co-operative Housekeeping, by E. Ramsay
  • Art. II.-Is There Sex in Mind?
  • Art. III.-Women as Lawyers in America
  • Art. IV.-Reviews
  • Art. V.-Factory Acts Commission in Ireland and Scotland
  • Art. VI.-Events of the Month
  • Girls' Grammar School at Bradford
  • Ladies Educational Association
  • Manchester School Board
  • London SchooL Board
  • College for Men and Women
  • Training Classes for Nurses
  • Ladies and the Municipal Vote
  • Married Women's Property
  • London School of Medicine
  • Queen's College, Birmingham
  • Social Science Congress
  • Another long Swim
  • Employments: Painting on China
  • Female Operative Association
  • Sheffield Trades for Women
  • Cab Driving
  • Ant Farming
  • Irish Industries
  • Employment as Hospital Nurses
  • Art. VII.-Paragraphs
  • No. XXXI.-November, 1875
  • Art. I.-Social Science at Brighton
  • Art. II.-The Black Country
  • Art. III.-Notes from Newspapers
  • Art. IV.-Events of The Month
  • Belfast Queen's University
  • Newnham Hall
  • Doreck Scholarship
  • College for Working Women
  • Heriot's Hospital
  • Handsworth Ladies' College
  • Schools of Cookery and Domestic Education
  • Trades' Union Congress and Working Women
  • Suffrage
  • Lady Lawyers
  • Provident Unions
  • Employments
  • The Woman's Gazette
  • Female Emigration
  • Taxation without Representation
  • Law of Husband and Wife
  • Miscellaneous
  • Art. V.-Foreign Notes and News
  • Art. VI.-Dresden Congress
  • Art. VII.-Pragraphs
  • No. XXXII.-December, 1875
  • Art. I.-The Year "That's Awa'.
  • Art. II.-Italian Industrial Schools
  • Art. III.-English Marriage Laws Compared with other Countries
  • Art. IV.-Reviews
  • Art. V.-Correspondence
  • Art. VI.-Events of the Month
  • Admission of Women to Irish Pharmaceutical Society
  • British Medical Association
  • Queen Institute, Dublin
  • Calendar of Women holding University Certificates and engaged in Teaching
  • The Lord Chief Justice at the Birkbeck Institution
  • Suffrage
  • School Board Election in Suffolk
  • Employment
  • Miscellaneous
  • The Evelina Hospital for Sick Children
  • Art. VII.-Native Schools in Benares
  • Art. VIII.-Pragraphs
  • Art. IX.-Poetry Making a Will

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