The Resource Thoughts on some questions relating to women, 1860-1908, by Emily Davies; with prefatory note, by E.E. Constance Jones

Thoughts on some questions relating to women, 1860-1908, by Emily Davies; with prefatory note, by E.E. Constance Jones

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Thoughts on some questions relating to women, 1860-1908
Title
Thoughts on some questions relating to women, 1860-1908
Statement of responsibility
by Emily Davies; with prefatory note, by E.E. Constance Jones
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Contributor
Author
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Writer of preface
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
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1830-1921
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Davies, Emily
Index
no index present
LC call number
LC2042
LC item number
.F10
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 1848-1922
  • 1906-
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  • Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance
  • Palmer, Jonathan
  • Simey, T.S. (Thomas Spensley)
  • Bowes & Bowes
  • University of Liverpool
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  • Women
  • Girls
  • Women in medicine
  • Women
  • Women
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Thoughts on some questions relating to women, 1860-1908, by Emily Davies; with prefatory note, by E.E. Constance Jones
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Letters to a daily paper, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1860 -- Female physicians, reprinted from the "Englishwoman's journal," 1861 -- Employment of women, Northumberland and Durham, 1861 -- Medicine as a profession for women, read at the annual meeting of the Social Science Association, 1862 -- University degrees and the education of women, reprinted from "The Victoria magazine," 1863 -- Secondary instruction as relating to girls, read at the annual meeting of the Social Science Association, 1864 -- Some account of a proposed new college for women, read at the annual meeting of the Social Science Association, 1868 -- On the influence upon girl's schools of external examinations, reprinted from "The London Student," 1868 -- Special systems of education for women, reprinted from "The London Student," 1868 -- Home and the higher education, read at the annual meeting of the Birmingham Higher Education Association, 1878 -- Women in the universities of England and Scotland, 1896 -- The women's suffrage movement, reprinted from "The Girton Review," 1905 -- Letters to "The Times" and "The Spectator" on women's suffrage, 1907-08
Ownership
Books by and about women presented in 1966 by Professor T.S. (Thomas Spensley) Simey, Baron Simey of Toxteth (1906-1969), who was Lecturer in Public Administration, 1931-39, and Charles Booth Professor of Social Science, 1939-69.
Label
Thoughts on some questions relating to women, 1860-1908, by Emily Davies; with prefatory note, by E.E. Constance Jones
Publication
Contents
Letters to a daily paper, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1860 -- Female physicians, reprinted from the "Englishwoman's journal," 1861 -- Employment of women, Northumberland and Durham, 1861 -- Medicine as a profession for women, read at the annual meeting of the Social Science Association, 1862 -- University degrees and the education of women, reprinted from "The Victoria magazine," 1863 -- Secondary instruction as relating to girls, read at the annual meeting of the Social Science Association, 1864 -- Some account of a proposed new college for women, read at the annual meeting of the Social Science Association, 1868 -- On the influence upon girl's schools of external examinations, reprinted from "The London Student," 1868 -- Special systems of education for women, reprinted from "The London Student," 1868 -- Home and the higher education, read at the annual meeting of the Birmingham Higher Education Association, 1878 -- Women in the universities of England and Scotland, 1896 -- The women's suffrage movement, reprinted from "The Girton Review," 1905 -- Letters to "The Times" and "The Spectator" on women's suffrage, 1907-08
Ownership
Books by and about women presented in 1966 by Professor T.S. (Thomas Spensley) Simey, Baron Simey of Toxteth (1906-1969), who was Lecturer in Public Administration, 1931-39, and Charles Booth Professor of Social Science, 1939-69.

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