Standard Name: Procter, Adelaide
Birth Name: Adelaide Anne Procter
Indexed Name: Adelaide Procter
Pseudonym: Mary Berwick
Household Words and All the Year Round, was among the most popular of the Victorian era. An active mid-Victorian feminist, she was a member of the and supporter of the , for which she edited the showcase annual The Victoria Regia as well as contributing journalism and poetry to the English Woman's Journal. A convert to Catholicism, much of whose oeuvre is religious poetry (at times put to the service of social protest), she was allegedly the favourite writer of the and certainly one of the best-selling poets of her day. She died young, leaving only three short collections of her poetry.'s poetry, which appeared almost exclusively in
Procter, Adelaide, and Richard Doyle. A Chaplet of Verses. Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1862.
Procter, Adelaide. “A Woman’s Question”. Household Words, Vol.
17, No. 411, p. 179.
Dickens, Charles et al. “An Introduction”. Legends and Lyrics, Fifteenth, George Bell and Sons, 1874, p. xi - xxxi.
Ogle, Anne. “An Old Woman’s Story”. The Victoria Regia, edited by Adelaide Procter, Emily Faithfull, 1861, pp. 326-32.
Procter, Adelaide. Legends and Lyrics. Bell and Daldy, 1858.
Procter, Adelaide. Legends and Lyrics. Bell and Daldy, 1861.
Procter, Adelaide et al. Legends and Lyrics. Bell and Daldy, 1866.
Procter, Adelaide, and Charles Dickens. Legends and Lyrics. George Bell and Sons, 1874.
Faithfull, Emily. “Preface”. The Victoria Regia, edited by Adelaide Procter, Emily Faithfull, 1861, p. v - viii.
Procter, Adelaide, and Charles Dickens. The Poems of Adelaide A. Procter. James R. Osgood, 1873.
Faithfull, Emily. The Victoria Regia. Editor Procter, Adelaide, Emily Faithfull, 1861.