Anne Knight, in England, witnesses for rights of women.

                                                                        A NOBLE WOMAN 

   In the midst of all this stir about men’s rights, our indefatigable friend, Ann Knight, is pursuing her course   She with the patience of a martyr.  She writes letters to Cobden, to Lord Russell, to Walmsley, and a host more, and publishes them by hundreds.  She is admitted to all classes of society, and whether you find her at the soirees of the nobility, or among the humble builders on the great ‘walls of time’, there you hear her untiring plea for the equal rights of women.

                                  (Liberator, April 23, 1852, pg 4)