Sarah Lewis

SL , an obscure woman publishing in Britain in the mid-nineteenth century, is known only by two texts: a book about gender issues and women's moral influence for good, and an article that sought to raise the status of governesses.


Woman's Mission

By July 1839
An anonymous advice-book, Woman's Mission (one of the two known publications of the obscure, English SL ) appeared at London by J. W. Parker . It had seventeen editions by 1854 and was translated into French and Spanish.
She is not the US writer Sarah Lewis (1824-1880).
Lewis, Sarah. Woman’s Mission. Willis P. Hazard, 1854.
Athenæum. J. Lection.
610 (1839): 503
British Library Catalogue.,