British Library Catalogue.
Standard Name: Stallard, Frances
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|Occupation||Matilda Charlotte Houstoun|
|Publishing||Matilda Charlotte Houstoun||
Probably some time in later 1877, during her campaign to save Frances Isabella Stallard from being hanged as an alleged child-murderer, MCHventure[d] on a short appeal in favour of the Prisoner to some of...
|Textual Production||Matilda Charlotte Houstoun||
MCH published a three-volume novel, His Besetting Sin, by means of which she hoped to obtain an enquiry into the case of Frances Stallard , unjustly condemned to death for infanticide eleven years before...
|Textual Production||Matilda Charlotte Houstoun|
|Travel||Matilda Charlotte Houstoun|
28 March 1877
By her own later account Frances Isabella Stallard left her mother's cottage in a distraught condition with her sickly illegitimate toddler, who then died of exposure; her trial found her guilty of murder.