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Samuel Bentley Memoirs of Lady Fanshawe, Wife of Sir Richard Fanshawe, Bart. Ambassador from Charles the Second to the Courts of Portugal and Madrid. Written by Herself. With Extracts from the Correspondence of Sir Richard Fanshawe. New Edition.
Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis Mademoiselle de Clermont, L'Apostasie, our La Devote. Le Chateau de Kolmeras, Le Journaliste. Par Mad. de Genlis.
Samuel Bentley The Buccaneer: A Romance. By the author of "Sketches of Irish Character." New Edition. In Three Volumes
John Westley and Co. The Three Histories. The History of An Enthusiast. The History of A Nonchalant. The History of A Realist. By Maria Jane Jewsbury.
Charles Whittingham II and Robert Rowland Essays on Various Subjects, Principally Designed for Young Ladies. A New Edition.
Ibotson and Palmer The Separation. A Novel. By the Authoress of “Flirtation.” In Three Vols.
Henry Bryer [Bridge Street] Essay on Irish Bulls. By Richard Lovell Edgeworth and Maria Edgeworth, Author of Castle Rackrent, &c.
Ibotson and Palmer The Manners of the Day. In Three Volumes.
Henry Fisher Fatherless fanny; or a young lady's first entrance into life. By the late Miss Taylor. Edited and enlarged by Mrs. Sarah Green.
Andrew Strahan [1788-1806, 1817-1831] Something New: Or, Adventures at Campbell-House. In Three Volumes. By Anne Plumptre.
Richard Wilks Alphonsine: or, Maternal Affection. A Novel. By Madame Genlis. In Four Volumes.
John Connor [Grand Parade] The Soldier of Pennaflor; or, A Season in Ireland. A Tale of the Eighteenth Century. In Five Volumes. By the author of Amasina, or The American Foundling.
John Connor [Grand Parade] The Soldier of Pennaflor: or, A Season in Ireland. A Tale of the Eighteenth Century. In Five Volumes.
James Moyes [Greville St] Romance and Reality. By L. E. L. Author of “The Improvisatrice,” “The Venetian Bracelet,” &C. &C. &C. In Three Volumes.
Andrew and Robert Spottiswoode [New Street Square] The Golden Violet, with its Tales of Romance and Chivalry: and other poems. By L. E. L. Author of "The Improvisatrice," "The Troubadour," Etc.
William Clowes [Duke-street] Illustrations of Taxation. No. I. The Park and the Paddock. A Tale. By Harriet Martineau.
Rene Juigné Corinne ou L'Italie, Par Mme. De Stael Holstein.
Charles Whittingham II [Chiswick] Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons. By Charles Lamb. Fifth Edition. Ornamented with Engravings, from Designs by Harvey.
Charles Wood and Innes Original stories from real life: with conversations, calculated to regulate the affections, and form the mind to truth and goodness. A new edition.
John Darling The History of a Merchant's Widow, and her Young Family. By Mrs. Hofland, Author Of The Clergyman's Widow,Daughter-In-Law Panorama of Europe. Barbadoes Girl, Young Northern Traveller, Affectionate Brothers, Good Grandmother, Sisters, &c.
John Fowler Dove [St. John's Square] The Guerrilla Chief: A Novel. In three volumes. By Emma Parker, author of "Elfrida, Heiress of Belgrove;"—"Virginia, or The Peace of Amiens;"—and "Arestas."
Thomas Davison [Whitefriars] Frankenstein: or, the Modern Prometheus. In two Volumes. A new edition.
Andrew Strahan and Robert Spottiswoode Oakwood Hall, A Novel. Including a Description of the Lakes of Cumberland and Westmoreland, and a Part of South Wales. By Catherine Hutton, author of "The Miser Married," and "The Welsh Mountaineer." In Three Volumes.
Thomas Davison [Whitefriars] Warbeck of Wolfstein. By Miss Holford. Author of Wallace, &c. In three volumes.
William Mason [London] The Spectre of Lanmere Abbey; or, The Mystery of the Blue and Silver Bag. A Romance. By Sarah Wilkinson: Authoress of The Bandit of Florence, Fugitive Countess, Wheel of Fortune, &c. In two volumes.