Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Standard Name: Müller, Henrietta
Birth Name: Frances Henrietta Müller
Indexed Name: F. Henrietta Muller
Indexed Name: Henrietta B. Muller
Indexed Name: Henrietta Miller
Indexed Name: Frances H. Müller
Pseudonym: Helena B. Temple
was a prominent activist for women's rights in the late-nineteenth century, who used her talents in the service of public reform. Best known for her radical opposition to taxation without representation, she became a popular speaker during her term as one of the first female members of the . She subsequently took up the pen to further women's cause through her journalism, which led her to found the first women's newspaper in England. As both a writer and a speaker, delivered a pointed critique of masculine domination alongside a typically Victorian sexual essentialism. She also connected her feminist politics with spiritual ideals, and edited or possibly ventriloquized books about Eastern religion.