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Clement Chapple [66 Pall Mall] Miscellaneous Poems. By Mrs. Catherine G. Ward, author of "Woman, a Poem," "Tales of the Glen," "Cottage Stories," "The Primrose Girl," etc.
John Taylor and James Augustus Hessey Miscellaneous Poems. By Mrs. Catherine G. Ward, author of "Woman, a Poem," "Tales of the Glen," "Cottage Stories," "The Primrose Girl," etc.
George Allen Harriet and Sophia; or, the test of love: including several entertaining and affecting narratives, never before made public. Written by a lady of distinction.
Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street] The innocent fugitive; or memoirs of a lady of quality.
Unknown A Catalogue of Tracts.
Unknown The Hungarian Brothers
Lydia R. Bailey The Sorrows of Yamba; or the negro woman's lamentation
John Babcock and Son Tales of the hermitage
John Hatchard and Son [187 Piccadilly] An Englishwoman's Letter to Mrs. Hannah More, on the present crisis, with especial reference to the Bill of Pains and Penalties against Queen Caroline
Charles Gilpin Texts for Every Day in the year, principally practical & devotional, selected by Elizabeth Fry
J. Nichols [Unknown] A Popular Account of St. Paul's Cathedral Including a Brief History and Description of the Old and New Cathedral: with Explanations of the Monumental Designs and Other Interesting Particulars
A. Millar The Polite Lady: or, a Course of female education. In a series of letters, from a mother to her daughter. A new edition.
Thomas Wilson and Robert Spence The Polite Lady: or, a Course of female education. In a series of letters, from a mother to her daughter. A new edition.
W. Law The Polite Lady: or, a Course of female education. In a series of letters, from a mother to her daughter. A new edition.
R. Cater The Polite Lady: or, a Course of female education. In a series of letters, from a mother to her daughter. A new edition.
John Robertson and Co. The Invalid's Hymn Book
James Nisbet and Co. The Invalid's Hymn Book
W. Row Julia and the Illuminated Baron: A Novel Founded on Recent Facts, which have Transpired into the Course of the Late Revolution of Moral Principles in France.
s.n. Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral. By Phillis Wheatley, negro servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston, in New-England.
s.n. An account of a case between Canon Richard Eyre, and Elizabeth Swanton. Together with a vindication of the same from the malice and aspersions of the said Canon Eyre.