John Cartwright

Standard Name: Cartwright, John

Connections

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Friends, Associates Ann Jebb
She retained close relationships after her husband's death with the friends they had made together: Thomas Brand Hollis , John Disney , Capel Lofft , James Lambert , Henry Constantine Jennings , John Cartwright ...
Friends, Associates Camilla Crosland
CC 's friends and acquaintances were varying and numerous. In her youth the radical politician John Cartwright was a neighbour. Her literary work as an adult led to the formation of a number of lasting...
Textual Features Ann Jebb
AJ formulated for John Cartwright her concept of political reform: I see every day more and more the necessity of forming an association of the friends of the people, independent of any party whatever.
Meadley, George William. “Memoir of Mrs. Jebb”. The Monthly Repository, pp. 597 - 604, 661.
602
Textual Features Ann Jebb
AJ wrote to John Cartwright of her fears that parliament would plunder the East, and enslave this nation at their leisure.
Meadley, George William. “Memoir of Mrs. Jebb”. The Monthly Repository, pp. 597 - 604, 661.
602
Textual Production Ann Jebb
AJ 's personal correspondence with John Cartwright (author of the Wilkesite Give us our Rights!, 1782) expresses her views on the party struggles and constitutional crisis of this period.
Meadley, George William. “Memoir of Mrs. Jebb”. The Monthly Repository, pp. 597 - 604, 661.
601-3

Timeline

1776
Josiah Tucker and John Cartwright , in the course of a printed exchange on the topic of taxation and representation, raised the issue of representation of women.
April 1780
The radical John Cartwright founded the Society for Constitutional Information , an activist group which worked to promote parliamentary reform.