Papers written by Emily Faithfull,
news articles and other items.
PROBLEM WITH CRINOLINES; LADIES
IN PARLIAMENT; THE RIGHTS
OF MARRIED WOMEN: some
views and opinions published in the satirical magazine, PUNCH,
The English Woman's Journal, October 1860.
of the work of the Victoria Press
The English Woman's Journal, September, 1861.
OF THE DRAWBACKS CONNECTED
WITH THE PRESENT EMPLOYMENT OF
WOMEN: a paper presented to the Conference
of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, London
THE VICTORIA MAGAZINE:
a review of the first edition. The Scotsman, 7th May, 1863.
dissolution of the partnership between Emily Faithfull and William Head.
The correspondence suggests that, for some unknown reason, the two did not
part amicably. The Times, October, 1867.
PHASE OF WOMEN'S RIGHTS:
an early proposal (perhaps!) for reforming the House of Lords. The
Scotsman, 9th June, 1870.
SOCIETY: a lecture by Emily Faithfull on the
works of the standard Authors. The New York Times, 16th. February,
NEEDS: Emily Faithfull's Farewell
Address in America—"No Woman says No when the Right Man
Appears—'Mormonism' the Only Care for Redundant Femininity." New
York Tribune, 4th. April, 1873.
RECEPTION TO MISS EMILY
FAITHFULL: The New York Times,
10th. May, 1873.
WORK: The New York Times, 15th.
AND EDUCATIONAL BUREAU
OF LADIES: The Times, 17
FAITHFULL ON MODERN EXTRAVAGANCE:
report of a lecture given (appropriately) in Edinburgh — one wonders
what Emily's thoughts might be on the plastic of today! The
Scotsman, 7th October, 1878.
VISIT AND AMERICAN WOMEN:
The Brooklyn Eagle, 15th October, 1882.
OUTLOOK FOR WOMEN IN THE NINETEENTH
CENTURY: The Brooklyn Eagle, 25th
The investigations and work of Miss Emily Faithfull for her sex. The
New York Times, 28th. November, 1882.
Miss Emily Faithfull's views on the duties of her own sex. The
New York Times, 2nd December, 1882.
REVIEW: "Three Visits to America," by Emily
Faithfull. Edinburgh: David Douglas. The Scotsman 13th March, 1885.
IN ENGLAND: The
North American Review, Vol. CLIII., NEW