George Dawson

Standard Name: Dawson, George


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Textual Features Eliza Meteyard
This reprint of three stories from the late 1840s contains a biographical introduction. The Nine Hours' Movement, brainchild of George Dawson (who often lectured at the Whittington Club ) campaigned for early closing and improved...
Textual Production Catharine Amy Dawson Scott
May Sinclair provided an introduction; those who communicated with CADS were H. F. N. Scott , Cornish writer Henry Dawson Lowry , preacher and politician George Dawson , and journalist W. T. Stead .
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