Catherine Gladstone

Standard Name: Gladstone, Catherine
Used Form: Mrs Gladstone


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
Friends, Associates Frances Hodgson Burnett
Her newly-made friends from 1887-9 included the writer Israel Zangwill in London, Prime Minister W. E. Gladstone and his wife in Florence. Back in the USA she made another friend-as-collaborator, the dramatic-rights agent Elisabeth Marbury
Friends, Associates Anna Swanwick
AS 's circle of friends (very largely brought her by her translations) included Henry Crabb Robinson , Tennyson , Robert Browning (who told her he wished she had known his wife), James Martineau (brother of...
Friends, Associates Katharine Tynan
Shortly after moving to Shankill, KT met Lord Aberdeen at a party at Dublin Castle; she maintained a long correspondence with him and his wife, Lady Aberdeen . Lord Aberdeen was a Liberal politician...
Occupation Catherine Marsh
CM 's sister Matilda and her husband Frederick Chalmers turned their house at Beckenham into an orphanage, giving their charges a good home and good educations at the church schools. The children were also taught...
politics Jessie White Mario
Lady Shaftesbury served as first president. The association's subscribers included the Duchess of Argyll , Florence Nightingale , and Mrs Gladstone . JWM was living in Italy at the time of the founding.
O’Connor, Maura. The Romance of Italy and the English Political Imagination. St Martin’s Press.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Textual Production Marghanita Laski
Jointly with biographer and writer Georgina Battiscombe , ML edited and contributed to a volume of essays for the Charlotte M. Yonge Society : A Chaplet for Charlotte Yonge.
Battiscombe published a successful first...


25 February 1887: Forty local Women's Liberal Associations...

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25 February 1887

Forty local Women's Liberal Associations came together to form the Women's Liberal Federation .


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