Money according to Marianne Farmingham

“Money…cannot, must not, ought not, to be the greatest thing to a writer” (Marianne Farmingham). From her A Working Woman’s Life: An Autobiography (London: James Clarke, & Co., 1907), 275. Farmingham (1834–1909), a Baptist authoress, was a household name in many Victorian homes, and CH Spurgeon certainly regarded her as famous.