Works by Lady Frances Balfour
Balfour, Frances, Dr Elsie Inglis, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1918.
________, Lady Victoria Campbell: A Memoir, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1911.
________, Life and Letters of the Reverend James Macgregor, D D, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1912.
________, The Life of George, Fourth Earl of Aberdeen, K G, K T, 2 vols, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922.
________, A Memoir of Lord Balfour of Burleigh, K T, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1924.
________, Ne Obliviscaris (Dinna Forget), London: Hodder and Stoughton, 2 vols, 1930.
Articles (partial list):
Balfour, Frances. ‘The American Indians and their Earliest Missionaries: Old Indian Life’, Life and Work, Vol V, February 1883, 22-23.
________. ‘The American Indians and their Earliest Missionaries: Discovery of Canada’, Life and Work, Vol V, March 1883, 43-45.
________, ‘The American Indians and their Earliest Missionaries: The Jesuit Mission’, Life and Work, Vol V, May and July 1883, 77-78 and 106-107.
________, ‘The Anti-Feminist Folly’, The English Review, December 1923, 741-744.
________, ‘Are We Wasting our Women?’, The Daily Express, 12 April 1916.
________, ‘Balfour of Burleigh’, The Scotsman, 8 July 1921.
________, ‘Balfour of Burleigh’, Westminster Gazette, 8 July 1921.
________, ‘The Case of the Free Church of Scotland’, National Review, 1904, 56-67.
________, ‘A Christian Hero’, Life and Work, vii (May 1885), 74-76.
________, ‘Dangerous Performances’, Westminster Gazette, July 1906.
________, ‘The Discovery of Women’, The Daily Mail, before 20 April 1916.
________, ‘A Dug Out’, Westminster Gazette, April 1916.
________, ‘The Election of 1895: II. Lessons from Scotland’, National Review, xxvl, September to February, 1895-96, 93-96.
________, ‘A Faithful Servant’, Life and Work, Part I, xxvi (1904), 37-38.
________, ‘A Faithful Servant’, Life and Work, Part 2, xxvi (1904), 37-38.
________, ‘A Faithful Servant’, Life and Work, Part 3, xxvi (1904), 62-63.
________, ‘A Faithful Servant’, Life and Work, Part 4, xxvi (1904), 85-86.
________, ‘George Frederick Watts’, The Scotsman, 2 July 1904.
________, ‘George Granville Campbell in his Highland Home’, The Scotsman, 24 April 1915.
________, ‘The Girls’ Guildry’, Life and Work, xlvi (1924), 26-127.
________, ‘Haunts of Scottish Dream and Drama: Rosneath’, Life and Work, xxxiii (1911), 49-50.
________, ‘Ian, Duke of Argyll’, The Dunedin Magazine, Vol II, No 3, July 1914, 129-131.
________, ‘Ichabod – Contributed’, The Scotsman, 8 March 1901.
________, ‘Introduction’ by Frances Balfour, Edith Picton-Turbervill, Christ and Woman’s Power, London: Morgan & Scott, 1919.
________, ‘The Isles, a very little Thing’, Westminster Gazette, after 17 March 1921 [signed ‘Ethica’]
________, ‘King Edward’, St Columba’s Magazine, June 1910, 94-96.
________, ‘A Last Word on London Society’, North American Review, Vol. 155 (August 1892), 219-226.
________, ‘The Late Duke of Argyll’, The British Weekly, 7 May 1914.
________, ‘The Late Sir George Bruce’, St Columba’s Magazine, September 1907, 104.
________, The Letters of Queen Victoria: Between the Years 1837-1861’, Life and Work, xxx (1908), 184-185.
________, ‘[Lord Battersea after his death],’ Westminster Gazette, [his death occurred on 28 November 1908].
________, ‘Lion Rampant’, The Scotsman, 29 April 1904.
________, ‘Lord Balfour and Eton’, The Scotsman, 24 June 1930.
________, ‘Lord Rector of Edinburgh University Sir Robert Finlay’, The Scotsman, 22 January 1904.
________, ‘Manners are not Idle’, The Women’s Supplement, October 1920.
________, ‘Marquis of Salisbury’, The Scotsman, 26 August 1903 [signed ‘Ne Obliviscaris’]
________, ‘Memories of Personalities’, Living Age, 268 (March 1925), 732-735.
________, ‘Mrs Fawcett’, Contemporary, 136 (September 1929), 313-315.
________, ‘The New Women’s Franchise Bill’, The Contemporary Review, 132 (July 1927), 32-35.
________, ‘Our Chances for the Future’, Common Cause, 22 April 1909, 20.
________, Place Aux Dames’, Nineteenth Century, 89 (June 1921), 993-997.
________, ‘Private Correspondence’, The Scotsman, 15 July 1902.
________, ‘The Problem of Divorce,’ Edinburgh Review, 237 (April 1923), 389-392.
________, ‘The Reformer’s Tree’, The Scotsman, 23 November 1905.
________, ‘The Rev John Cumming, D D, Minister of the Scottish National Church, Crown Court, 1832-1879’, Life and Work, xxviii (1906), Parts I, II and III, 260-262 and 284-286.
________, Review of ‘Mrs. Seller’s Recollections’, Westminster Gazette, April 1907.
________, ‘A Statement Concerning the Position of Crown Court Church, Covent Garden, London’, (1906), 1-3.
________, ‘Sermons which have Impressed Me: Wilberforce and Guthrie’, Life and Work, xxix (1907), 80.
________, ‘Scotland for Ever!’, The Listener, 1 April 1931, 540-541.
________, ‘Social Work amongst Women’ in George Sims, F A McKenzie, Rider Haggard, Alex M Nicol, Lady Frances Balfour, Clarence Rook, Mrs Harold Gorst. Sketches of the Salvation Army Social Work, London: The Salvation Army Printing Works, 1906.
________, ‘Scottish Churches Bill’, The Scotsman, 16 July 1905 [signed ‘Churchman’].
________, ‘Two Minds’, Living Age, 298 (August 1918), 549-551.
________, ‘The Very Rev J C Russell, D D: An Appreciation’, Life and Work, xlii (1925), 107.
________, ‘The Very Rev Principal Story, D D’ in Memoir of Robert Herbert Story, by his daughters [Elma and Helen Story], Glasgow: James Maclehose & Sons, 1909.
________, ‘What Women can Do’, The Daily Mail’.
________, ‘Who Dines Out’, The Scotsman, 6 May 1902.
________, ‘Woman Suffrage’, Westminster Review, 166 (December 1906), 623-625.
________, ‘Women and the Next General Election’, Fortnightly 107 (May 1917), 898- 899.
________, ‘Words from the Pew: IV The Salvation Army’, St Columba’s Magazine, August 1904, 4-5.
________, ‘Young People’s Books’, Life and Work, xxv (1903), 109-110 and 128-129.
Contributed to: James Marchant, ed, The Coming Renaissance, London: George Routledge and Sons, Ltd, Kegan Paul and Company, Ltd, 1923.
Henry Asquith Papers, Bodleian, Oxford University
Margot Asquith Papers, Western Manuscripts, Oxford University
Arthur Balfour Papers, British Library
Gerald Balfour Papers, Public Record Office
Astor Papers, University of Reading
Balfour Family Papers, National Records of Scotland
Frances Balfour Papers, National Records of Scotland
Battersea Papers, British Library
Blackburn Papers, Girton College, Cambridge
Blunt Papers, Duke University Library
Campbell Family Papers, Inveraray Castle, Scotland
Courtney Papers, London School of Economics
Desborough Papers, Hertfordshire Record Office
Mary Drew Papers, British Library
Fergusson Papers, Kilkerran House, [Ayrshire Private Collection?]
Glyn Papers, Berkshire Record Office, Reading
Hicks-Beach Papers, Gloucester Record Office
McKenna Papers, Churchill College Library, Cambridge
National Council of Women Records, London Metropolitan Library
Philippa Strachey Papers, TWL, London School of Economics (LSE)
Rathbone Papers, University of Liverpool
Riddell Papers, British Library
Royal Archives, Windsor
Salisbury-Cecil Papers, Hatfield House, Hatfield
Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) Papers, London
Story Papers, University of Glasgow Archives
Travellers’ Aid Society Records, TWL, LSE
Wemyss Papers, Private Collection
Women’s Suffrage Papers, TWL, LSE
Aberdeen Daily Journal
Aberdeen Free Press
The Alloa Advertiser
The Birmingham Daily Mail
The Bucks Advertise and Aylesbury News
The Daily Citizen (Ottawa, Canada)
The Daily Graphic (London)
Daily Mail (London)
Daily Mirror (London)
Cambuslang Advertiser (Strathclyde, Scotland)
East Grinstead Observer
Englishwomen’s Review of Society and Industrial Questions
Evening Dispatch (London)
Evening Standard (London)
The Illustrated London News
Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper
Marylebone Mercury and West London Gazette
The Morning Leader (London)
The Ottawa Daily Free Press
Paisley Daily Express
The Penrith Observer
St. James Gazette
The Standard (London)
The Times (London)
The [Wandsworth] Borough News
Wimbledon Boro’ News
Women’s Penny Paper
Women’s Suffrage Journal
Women’s Suffrage Record
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________, Remember and be Glad, London: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1952.
[Asquith, Henry Herbert], the Earl of Oxford and Asquith, Memories and Reflections, 1852-1927, 2 Vols Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1928.
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Bailey, John, ed., The Diary of Lady Frederick Cavendish, London: John Murray, 1927.
Balfour, Arthur James, and Mrs Edgar Dugdale, ed, Chapters of Autobiography, London: Cassell and Company, 1930.
Balfour, Eve, Joan and Nell, The Book of Bosh, private publication, 1915.
Balfour, Hearndon, The Enterprising Burglar, New York: McKinley, Stone & Mackenzie, 1928.
Balfour, Hearndon, The Man from Texas, 1927.
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________, Home Front, 1914-1918: How Britain Survived the Great War, Kew, Richmond: National Archives, 2006.
________, Riflemen Form: A Study of the Rifle Volunteer Movement, 1859- 1908, Aldershot: The Ogilby Trusts, 1982.
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________, The Burdens of Belief and Other Poems, London: John Murray, 1894.
Caine, Barbara, Destined to be Wives: The Sisters of Beatrice Webb, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988.
Cecil, Lady Gwendolen, Life of Robert, Marquis of Salisbury, London: Hodder and Stoughton, Vols I-4, 1922.
Chadwick, Owen, Hensley Henson: A Study in the friction between Church and State, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983.
Churchill, Winston, Lord Randolph Churchill, London: Macmillan & Company, 1906.
Cobb, Cathy and Harold Goldwhite, Creations of Fire: Chemistry’s Lively History from Alchemy to the Atomic Age, New York: Perseus Books, 1995.
Cockroft, Irene and Susan Croft, Art, Theatre and Women’s Suffrage, Twickenham, England: Aurora Metro Press, 2010.
Cole, Eleanor, Random Recollections of a Pioneer Kenya Settler, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Baron Publishing, 1975.
Cook, Chris and Brenda Keith, British Historical Facts: 1830-1900, New York: St Martin’s, 1975.
Cowles, Virginia, The Rothschilds, A Family of Fortune, London: Futura Publications, 1975 .
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Crawford, Elizabeth, Enterprising Women: The Garretts and their Circle, London: Francis Boutle Publishers, 2002.
________, The Women’s Suffrage Movement: A Reference Guide, 1866-1929, London: Routledge, 1999.
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Donaldson, Gordon, Scotland: Church and Nation through Sixteen Centuries, New York: Barnes and Noble, 1972.
Dowager Countess of Jersey, Fifty-One Year of Victorian Life, New York: E P Dutton and Company, 1922.
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Drummond, James, Onward and Upward: Extracts (1891-96) from the magazine of the Onward and Upward Association founded by Lady Aberdeen for the material, mental and moral election of women, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1983.
Ellemann, Richard, Oscar Wilde, New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1988.
Egremont, Max, Balfour: A Life of Arthur James Balfour, London: Collins, 1908.
Endowments of the Church of Scotland in Canada: Evidence of Mr. Douglas Brymer before the Senate Committee on Private Bills, Toronto: Hunter, Rose & Company, 1883.
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________, Women’s Suffrage: A Short History of a Great Movement, London: Source Book Press, T C and E C Jack, 1912 .
________, The Women’s Victory and After: Personal Reminiscences, 1911-1918, FB&c Ltd., 2015 (1920). \
[Author?], ‘Feminism and Friendship in England from 1825 to 1938: The Case of Olive Shreiner’, Studies in Sexual Politics, 10-87.
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________, ed, Lloyd George, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1968.
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________. Old Diaries, 1881-1901, London: John Murray, 1902.
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Gwyn, Sandra, Private Capital: Ambition and Love in the Age of Macdonald and Laurier, __________, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1984.
Her Daughter, Mary Elizabeth Haldane: A Record of a Hundred Years (1825- 1925), London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1925?
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Harris, Paul, Life in a Scottish Country Home: The Story of A. J. Balfour and Whittingehame House, Haddington, Scotland: Whittingehame House Publishing, 1989.
Harrison, Brian, Separate Spheres: The Opposition to Women’s Suffrage in Britain, New York: Holmes & Meier Publishers, Inc., 1978.
Hart-Davis, Duff, ed, End of an Era: Letters and Journals of Sir Alan Lascelles, 1887-1920, London: Hamish Hamilton, 1986.
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________, The Liberals and Ireland: The Ulster Question in British Politics to 1914. New York: St Martin’s Press, 1980.
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________, Gladstone, 1875-1898, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.
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________, A Different World for Women: The Life of Millicent Garrett Fawcett London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991.
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