Wedgwood, Julia. An Old Debt. Smith, Elder, 1858.
Standard Name: Wedgwood, Julia
Birth Name: Frances Julia Wedgwood
Pseudonym: Florence Dawson
began by publishing novels, but her father opposed it. She turned to writing about social, cultural, and intellectual issues of the day. Her private letters to are notable for their literary and emotional content.
Wedgwood, Julia. “Female Suffrage, Considered Chiefly with Regard to its Indirect Results”. Women’s Work and Women’s Culture, edited by Josephine Butler, Macmillan, 1869.
Wedgwood, Julia. Framleigh Hall. Hurst and Blackett, 1858.
Herford, Charles Harold, and Julia Wedgwood. “Frances Julia Wedgwood: A Memoir by the Editor”. The Personal Life of Josiah Wedgwood the Potter, Macmillan, 1915, p. xi - xxx.
Browning, Robert, and Julia Wedgwood. “Introduction”. Robert Browning and Julia Wedgwood: A Broken Friendship as Revealed by Their Letters, edited by Richard Curle, Frederick A. Stokes, 1937, p. vii - xxiii.
Wedgwood, Julia. John Wesley and the Evangelical Reaction of the Eighteenth Century. Macmillan, 1870.
Wedgwood, Julia. “Lyell on the Antiquity of Man”. Macmillan’s Magazine, Vol.
7, pp. 476-87.
Browning, Robert, and Julia Wedgwood. Robert Browning and Julia Wedgwood: A Broken Friendship as Revealed in Their Letters. Editor Curle, Richard, John Murray and Jonathan Cape, 1937.
Wedgwood, Julia. “The Boundaries of Science”. Macmillan’s Magazine, pp. 134-8.
Wedgwood, Julia. The Message of Israel in the Light of Modern Criticism. Isbister, 1894.
Wedgwood, Julia. The Moral Ideal. Trübner, 1888.
Wedgwood, Julia, and Charles Harold Herford. The Personal Life of Josiah Wedgwood the Potter. Macmillan, 1915.
Wedgwood, Julia. Why Am I an Anti-Vivisectionist?. Animal Defence and Anti-Vivisection Society, 1910.