Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Standard Name: Senior, Elizabeth
Used Form: Mrs Nassau Senior
Used Form: Elizabeth Hughes
Used Form: Jane Elizabeth Senior
Used Form: Jane Elisabeth Senior
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She met him again through their mutual friend Mrs Nassau Senior . Watts's biographer Ronald Chapman suggests that Watts needed Barrington as a mirror to show him his reflection, to present to him an encouraging...
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Some of her closest friends were prominent feminists, and they were among those soonest willing to flout convention and visit her after her union to Lewes.
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MBS edited and introduced Boarding-Out and Pauper Schools, Especially for Girls, which reprints the principal reports on Pauper Education contributed by Mrs Nassau Senior to the Blue Book for 1873-4.
British Library Catalogue.
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Jane Elizabeth Senior was appointed as a (temporary) government inspector of pauper schools and workhouses: the first woman to hold this office.
18 January 1874
Mrs Nassau Senior was appointed as the first female Inspector of workhouse and pauper schools: the appointment was at first temporary, but became permanent the next month.