Martineau, Harriet (18021876)

Martineau, Harriet, English authoress, born at Norwich; a lady with little or no genius but with considerable intellectual ability, and not without an honest zeal for the “progress of the species”; she was what is called an “advanced” thinker, and was a disciple of Auguste Comte; wrote a number of stories bearing on social questions, and had that courage of her opinions which commanded respect; it was she who persuaded Carlyle to try lecturing when his finances were low, and she had a real pride at the success of the scheme (18021876).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Martin, Sir Theodore * Martineau, James
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Martial Law
Martin, Aimé
Martin, Henri
Martin, John
Martin, Lady
Martin, St.
Martin, Sarah
Martin, Sir Theodore
Martineau, Harriet
Martineau, James
Martyn, Henry
Marvell, Andrew
Marx, Karl
Mary, the Virgin
Mary I.
Mary II.
Mary, Queen of Scots