“About The National Society (Church of England) for Promoting Religious Education”. The National Society for Promoting Religious Education: The Society.
Standard Name: Stuart, Esmé
Used Form: Esme Stuart
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|Textual Production||Christabel Coleridge||
After this CC collaborated with Yonge and Bramston on three more titles which, according to literary historian
|Textual Production||Frances Mary Peard||
The National Society's Depository , an offshoot of the Anglican National Society , had been founded to publish religious reading-matter for the young.
It issued a number of titles by FMP , many of them...
|Textual Production||Charlotte Yonge||
CY participated in another collaborative work: Astray, A Tale of a Country Town, with Mary Bramston , Christabel Coleridge , and Esmé Stuart .
Athenæum. J. Lection.
3077 (1886): 495
Women's Suffrage: A Reply appeared in the Fortnightly Review to counter Mary Augusta Ward 's Appeal Against Female Suffrage in the previous month's Nineteenth Century.