British Library Catalogue.
Standard Name: Jarrett, Rebecca
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In the early months of 1885, Butler had been introduced to reformed prostitute Rebecca Jarrett by Florence Booth , daughter of the Salvation Army founders Catherine and William Booth . JB then introduced her friend...
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JB published her portrait Rebecca Jarrett, about the reformed prostitute who had helped W. T. Stead expose sexual traffic in children.
23 October 1885
The trial began in London of W. T. Stead and others for the abduction of Eliza Armstrong , purchased as a white slave.
Early November 1885
Four of the six defendants in the W. T. Stead abduction case (following his attempt to expose the white slave trade) were found guilty.