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The Norton Anthology of English Literature: The Victorian Age: Topic 1: Texts and Contexts

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The charwoman Common cause, 1911 -- Making it stretch Common cause, 1911 -- The pottery worker Common cause, 1912 -- All in the day's work : Mrs Turpin Englishwoman, 1912 -- All in the day's work : Mrs Bolt Englishwoman, 1912 -- The mother's story Common cause, 1913 -- A daughter's education Common cause, 1913 -- Assault and battery Common cause, 1913 -- A woman's work is never done Common cause, 1914 -- As others see us Cotton factory times, 1913 -- Mrs Stubbs on women's sphere Common cause, 1913 -- Mrs Stubbs on anti-suffragists Common cause, 1913 -- Mrs Stubbs on militancy Common cause, 1913 -- Letters to the Accrington observer. This, too, after a close hard day's work in the factory. She was also an active member of the and wrote for various journals including , and. But on the other hand, were I to do this I should be making revelations which would lead to instant recognition by many people of the particular factory in which I am employed, and probably also, sir, to the identification of your correspondent, which I shall do well to avoid. To pay board and lodging, to provide herself decent boots and clothes to stand all weathers, to pay an occasional doctor's bill, literature, and a holiday away from the scope of her daily drudging, for which even the factory girl has the audacity to long sometimes — but has quite as often to do without. The wages of such a 'hand', sir, will barely average — but by exercise of the imagination — 8 shillings a week. Extract Chew, Ada Nield 1870—1945 , labour organizer and suffragist, was born at Hollins, Butt Lane, Audley, Staffordshire, on 28 January 1870, the second child in a family of thirteen of William Nield, brick maker, and his wife, Jane, nÊe Hammond.

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Crewe suffragette is highlight of feminist festival

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In many countries, limited suffrage for women was granted before universal suffrage for men, for instance, in ancient Athens, often cited as the birthplace of democracy, only adult, male citizens who owned land were permitted to vote. Christabel, daughter of a barrister, had been educated at Manchester High School and was now a university student; despite her connections with women like Sarah Dickenson, she had little personal experience of working women's lives. The two women both relished confrontation, and neither was prepared to concede an inch. The work was paid which meant that she could contribute to the household and be economically independent. Their daughter, Doris, and only child was born in the following year.

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Ada Nield Chew: The Life and Writings of a Working Woman by Doris Nield Chew

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It has been suggested that their motivation was to prevent the rival Great Western Railway building a station on the site, the railway provided an endowment towards the building and upkeep of Christ Church. In 1905 Christabel Pankhurst interrupted a Liberal Party meeting by shouting demands for voting rights for women and she was arrested and, along with fellow suffragist Annie Kenney, went to prison rather than pay a fine as punishment for their outburst. However, others like , resigned from the in protest against the government's attitude to the suffrage question. A gasworks was built and the water supply was adapted to provide drinking water. More than 70 million military personnel, including 60 million Europeans, were mobilised in one of the largest wars in history and it was one of the deadliest conflicts in history, and paved the way for major political changes, including revolutions in many of the nations involved. The old Inquisition had its rack and its thumbscrews and its instruments of torture with iron teeth and this is not the first time girls have been burned alive in the city.

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The life and writings of Ada Nield Chew (Book, 1982) [elexicons.com]

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She obtained a law degree from the University of Manchester, exam but, as a woman, was not allowed to practice law. Will become the first world war in the sense of the word. They are delighted to collaborate with Shelley Piasecka, Senior Lecturer at the University of Chester Performing Arts Department and theatre director and writer. This is an entirely logical attitude and strictly in line with its attitude before the war. The event will take place on Saturday, March 5, between 10.

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Ada Nield Chew

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Burnley has retained a manufacturing sector, and has strong economic links with the cities of Manchester and Leeds. In 1122 a charter granted the church of Burnley to the monks of Pontefract Abbey, in its early days, Burnley was a small farming community, gaining a corn mill in 1290, a market in 1294, and a fulling mill in 1296. These alliances were reorganised and expanded as more nations entered the war, Italy, Japan, the trigger for the war was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, by Yugoslav nationalist Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914. The following year, her only child, a daughter, was born. And therefore, on that account I feel reluctance to reveal them, greatly as I value this opportunity which you, sir, have so kindly given me of emphasising - for it must already be known - the fact that we are suffering from a great evil which stands in urgent need of redressing. Ada was taken from school at the age of eleven to help look after the family, especially her younger sister May, who was an epileptic. A Living Wage for Factory Girls at Crewe, 19 May 1894 Sir, — In your issue of 5 May you were good enough to publish a letter of mine on the above subject, and also to invite me to write you further on our wages, hours of work, and conditions of employ-ment.

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Ada Nield Chew, Radical Suffragist: pop

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Indeed, I feel it to be personally degrading and a disgrace upon me to remain silent and submit without a protest to the injustice done me. In the particular factory in which I am employed, we work in greatest freedom and comfort, and I should like to add, that as far as I personally am concerned, from those in immediate authority over me I have never received anything but consideration and courtesy. Why, because we are weak women, without pluck and grit enough to stand up for our rights, should we be ground down to this miserable wage? The Pyms Lane factory on the west of the town now produces Bentley motor cars exclusively, Crewe is 158 miles north of London and 35 miles south of Manchester. She retired from the business in 1930 and undertook a round-the-world tour in 1935. Consequently, it did not become law, Labour from 1903 was tied into an alliance with the Liberals and its leadership was divided on the issue of female emancipation. Surely it would not be more than just to pay us at such a rate, that we could realise a living wage — in the true sense of the words — in a reasonable time, say one present working day of from 9 to 10 hours — till the eight hour day becomes general, and reaches even factory girls. This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's.

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Suffragist Ada Nield Chew remembered at Manchester performance marking the 100th anniversary of voting rights for women

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Wollstonecraft identified the education and upbringing of women as creating their limited expectations based on a self-image dictated by the male perspective. I wish some of those, whoever they may be who mete it out to us, would try to 'live' on it for a few weeks, as the factory girl has to do 52 weeks in a year. Her husband died in 1940, and Chew herself died on 27 December 1945 at, ,. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the and see a list of open tasks. Notwithstanding this general private discontent, we unfortunately as a body regard the existing state of things as inevitable, and have not suffi-cient courage, and do not know how if we had, to make a resolute stand against the injustice done us. The economic position of married women Common cause, 25 January 1912 -- The problem of the married working woman Common cause, 6 March 1914 -- Let the women be alive! Around 24 centuries ago, Plato, according to Elaine Hoffman Baruch, for the political and sexual equality of women.


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Chew, Ada Nield (1870

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Until the 1832 Great Reform Act specified male persons, a few women had been able to vote in elections through property ownership. I had never heard of Ada Chew before I read it and yet she worked incredibly hard to fight for more equality in the workplace as well as to establish better conditions for working mothers. She took womens considerable power over men for granted, and determined that both would require education to ensure the necessary changes in social attitudes, given her humble origins and scant education, her personal achievements speak to her own determination. Home-work, then, is the only resource of the poor slave who has the misfortune to adopt 'finishing' as a means of earning a livelihood. The railway station was named after the township of Crewe in which it was located, eventually, the township of Crewe became a civil parish in its own right also named, rather confusingly, Crewe. Editor, for a 'living' wage? Chew then became an organiser for the. To pay board and lodging, to provide herself decent boots and clothes to stand all weathers, to pay an occasional doctor's bill, literature, and a holiday away from the scope of her daily drudging, for which even the factory girl has the audacity to long sometimes - but has quite as often to do without.

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