[Letter To] My Dear Madam

[Letter To] My Dear Madam

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C.S. Toll writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to acknowledging her letters and reports. She is surrounded by poverty and misery and has "ardently assisted" the advocates of a law against the employment of women in coal mines, "and the legislature was positively dunned with petitions signed by 'women of Birmingham' on the subject." The best friend in the struggle for various reforms in the press. Toll disagrees with Maria's censorious view of Joseph Sturge. She thinks, "his heart to be the seat of every virtue" his only apparent fault being "that he is too conciliatory-too mildly good." She rehearses "the fate of poor Ireland," the rick burning in cultural districts of England and the strikes.
Branch Call Number: MS A.9.2 v.20, p.7
Characteristics: 1 leaf (3 p.) ; 25 cm


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