Working on the English Woman's Journal strengthened MH
's connection to members of the Langham Place Group
. The tie that she formed with with Theodosia, Lady Monson
, lasted into her obscure later years...
During her obscure later years MH
served as companion to Theodosia, Lady Monson
, patron of the Langham Place Group, who died at Malvern Wells in 1891.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
and Ashurst began their undertaking with encouragement from George Henry Lewes
and William Macready
, both of whom were acquainted with Sand. Lewes strongly advised that in her translations MH
should make the works...
Late 1859: The offices of The English Woman's Journal...
Women writers item
The offices of The English Woman's Journal moved from Cavendish Square to 19 Langham Place, where a ladies' club was also planned.