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  1. Helen Gladstone (28 August 1849 – 19 August 1925) was a British educationist, vice-principal at Newnham College in Cambridge, and co-founder of the Women's University Settlement. [1]

  2. Helen Gladstone (Londres, 1849 - 19 de agosto de 1925) foi uma educadora britânica e vice-diretora do Newnham College em Cambridge. Biografia. Gladstone nasceu em Londres e foi a última filha de William Gladstone.

  3. The life of Helen Gladstone (1814-80), younger sister of William Ewart Gladstone, the pre-eminent statesman of nineteenth-century Britain, was an unhappy series of rebellions against a Victorian patriarchy that sought to manage her aberrant behaviour by grinding her into submission.

  4. Helen Jane Gladstone (1814–1880) was a 19th century English writer and convert to Roman Catholicism from Anglicanism. Gladstone was born on 28 June 1814 in Liverpool, the youngest of six children of Sir John Gladstone, 1st Baronet.

  5. www.williamgladstone.org.uk › helen-gladstoneHelen Gladstone

    Helen. Gladstone. Helen was the Gladstone’s youngest daughter and was born and christened on 21st September 1849 in Hawarden, Flintshire. Her sister Mary encouraged her to study at Newnham College, Cambridge and when she had completed her course, she became assistant to the first principal Anne Clough.

  6. Helen Gladstone, nascida em Londres em 28 de agosto de 1849 e morreu em Hawarden, País de Gales, em 19 de agosto de 1925, é um educador britânico. Ela é associada principal no Newnham College, Cambridge.

  7. 4 de abr. de 2003 · The life of Helen Gladstone (1814–80), younger sister of William Ewart Gladstone, the pre‐eminent statesman of nineteenth‐century Britain, was an unhappy series of rebellions against a Victorian patriarchy that sought to manage her aberrant behaviour by grinding her into submission.