ID 456
Last Name Heyrick
First Name Elizabeth
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1769-12-04
Date of Death 1831-10-18
Place of Birth Leicester
Place of Death Leicester
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/16197097
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Heyrick
Image URL

Titles

Displaying 11 titles of 11 total.

Role Title Date
Author Bull-baiting: a village dialogue, between Tom Brown and John Sims. 1809
Author Exposition of One Principal Cause of the National Distress, particularly in manufacturing districts: with some suggestions for its removal 1817
Author Cursory Remarks on the Evil Tendency of Unrestrained Cruelty; Particularly on that Practised in Smithfield Market. 1823
Author Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition: or an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery 1824
Author Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition: or an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and Most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery 1824
Author Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition: or an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery. Third Edition. With an Appendix Containing Clarkson's Comparison Between the State of the British Peasantry and that of the Slaves in the Colonies, &c. 1824
Author Observations on the Offensive and Injurious Effect of Corporal Punishment; on the Unequal Administration of Penal Justice; and on the Pre-Eminent Advantages of the Mild and Reformatory over the Vindictive System of Punishment 1827
Author Appeal to the Hearts and Consciences of British Women 1828
Author Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition; or, An Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and Most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery. 1836
Author Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition. By Elizabeth Heyrick, a Member of the Society of Friends. 1837
Author Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition; or, An Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and Most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery. 1838

Recommended Citation

"Heyrick, Elizabeth" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 456 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/456. Accessed 2020-09-29.

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