Titles by James Kerby in CHICAGO format
There are 7 titles associated with this firm.
Rudd, Margaret C. Mrs. Stewart's case, written by herself, and respectfully submitted to the enlightened part of the publick: including her letter to Lord Rawdon. London: James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, James Kerby, 1788.
, Eliza. Adversity; or, the Tears of Britannia. A Poem. By a Lady. London: James Kerby, John Shepperson and Thomas Reynolds, Benjamin White and Son, 1789.
Rudd, Margaret C. The belle widows: with characteristic sketches of real personages and living characters. A novel, inscribed the beau-monde. With a preface by the editor of the Letters of Charlotte ... London: James Kerby, 1789.
Unknown, . The predestined wife; or, force of prejudice; a novel. In a series of letters. By the author of Edward and Sophia, Powis Castle, and Eliza Cleland. In two volumes. ... London: James Kerby, 1789.
Wright, Mrs.. An essay to instruct women how to protect themselves in a state of pregnancy from the Disorders incident to that Period, or how to cure them. also, some observations on the treatment of children, which if attended to, may ward off dangerous diseases, and prevent future evils. By Mrs. Wright, Midwife. London: 1798.
More, Hannah. Lisez et réfléchissez. Les pélerins. Allégorie. Traduite de l'Anglois en François, par M. Clemence. London: 1799.
More, Hannah. The pilgrims: an allegory, translated from English into French, by M. Clemence. London: 1799.