Titles by John Deighton [Cambridge, 1784–1786; 1796–?] in APA format
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Unknown , . (1780). A letter from mrs. straightforward to her son timmy. to which is prefixed, mrs. straightforward's letter to the ladies and gentlemen of cambridge. Cambridge: John Deighton [Cambridge, 1784–1786; 1796–?]
Pilkington , M. (1796). Miscellaneous poems by mrs. j. pilkington, dedicated by permission, to her grace the dutchess of marlborough. in two volumes. London: Thomas Cadell and William Davies.
Symmons , C., & Wrangham , F. (1804). The raising of jairus' daughter; a poem. by francis wrangham, m.a. to which is annexed a short memoir, interspersed with a few poetical productions, of the late caroline symmons. London: Joseph Mawman [Poultry] John Deighton [Cambridge, 1784–1786; 1796–?] John Todd. John Wolstenholme [Minster Gates] Thomas Wilson and Robert Spence.
Cowper , F.M. (1807). Original poems, on various occasions. by a lady. revised by william cowper, esq. of the inner temple. second edition. London: Robert Faulder. John Deighton [Cambridge, 1784–1786; 1796–?] Elizabeth Mathews and Samuel Leigh.
Pilkington , M. (1811). Original poems. by mrs. pilkington. London:
Lyon , E. (1812). Miscellaneous poems, by miss emma lyon, daughter of the rev. s. lyon, hebrew teacher. Oxford:
Brooke , F., Goldsmith , O., Steele , R., Garrick , D., Pilon , F., Colman , G.(.e., … Moore , E. (1812). The english drama purified: being a specimen of select plays, in which all the passages that have appeared to the editor to be objectionable in point of morality, are omitted or altered. with prefaces and notes. by james plumptre, b.d. fellow of clark-hall, cambridge. Cambridge:
Layton , J. (1816). Spanish tales, translated from le sage, and selected from other authors: wherein are contained a description of madrid, grenada, saragoza, seville, milan, parma, palermo, &c. &c. by mrs. frederick layton. in three volumes. London: John Hatchard [190 Piccadilly] Barrett. John Deighton [Cambridge, 1784–1786; 1796–?]
Rolls , M. (1817). The home of love, a poem. dedicated, by permission, to her royal highness the princess charlotte of wales. by mrs henry rolls, authoress of "sacred sketches," "moscow," "an address to lord byron," and other poems. London: Merridew and Co.