Working on the English Woman's Journal strengthened MH
's connection to members of the Langham Place Group
. The tie that she formed with with Theodosia, Lady Monson
, lasted into her obscure later years...
During her obscure later years MH
served as companion to Theodosia, Lady Monson
, patron of the Langham Place Group, who died at Malvern Wells in 1891.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
and Ashurst began their undertaking with encouragement from George Henry Lewes
and William Macready
, both of whom were acquainted with Sand. Lewes strongly advised that in her translations MH
should make the works...
The offices of The English Woman's Journal moved from Cavendish Square to 19 Langham Place, where a ladies' club was also planned.