Name Fiction
Description

A general narrative that pertains to imaginary events. Works in the subcategory of fiction are often derived from the genre designation on the title page, i.e. includes texts that are not novels, romances, stories, or tales.

Title List

Displaying 25 titles of 1155 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
286 "Alla Giornata;" or, To the Day. In Three Volumes. Bury, Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell
Saunders and Otley (London)
1826 1st
3839 A brief narrative of the convincement of Frances Dodgshon, formerly Frances Henshaw. Giving some account of the close trials she underwent on her joining the Society of Friends. To which is added, A Serious Call to the sinners in Sion, &c. Henshaw, Frances
1794
11084 A Day in Stowe Gardens. Novello, Mary Sabilla
John and Henry L. Hunt (London)
1825 1
5580 A description of Millenium Hall, and the country adjacent: together with the character of the inhabitants, and such historical anecdotes and reflections, as may excite in the reader proper sentiments of humanity, and lead the mind to the love of virtue. By a gentleman on his travels. The third edition. Scott, Sarah
Montagu, Barbara
John Newbery (London)
1767 3
5581 A description of Millenium Hall, and the country adjacent: together with the characters of the inhabitants, and such historical anecdotes and reflections, as may excite in the reader proper sentiments of humanity, and lead the mind to the love of virtue. By a gentleman o his travels. Scott, Sarah
Montagu, Barbara
Peter Wilson [6 Dame Street] (Dublin)
1763 Irish 1
5583 A description of Millenium Hall, and the country adjacent: together with the characters of the inhabitants, and such historical anecdotes and reflections, as may excite in the reader proper sentiments of humanity, and lead the Mind to the Love of Virtue. By a gentleman on his travels. Scott, Sarah
Montagu, Barbara
John Newbery (London)
1762
5585 A description of Millenium Hall, and the country adjacent: together with the characters of the inhabitants, and such historical anecdotes and reflections, as may excite in the reader proper sentiments of humanity, and lead the Mind to the Love of Virtue. By a gentleman on his travels. The second edition corrected. Scott, Sarah
Montagu, Barbara
John Newbery (London)
1764 2
5579 A description of Millenium Hall, and the country adjacent: together with the characters of the inhabitants, and such historical anecdotes and reflections, as may excite in the reader proper sentiments of humanity, and lead the Mind to the Love of Virtue. By a gentleman on his travels. The second edition. Scott, Sarah
Montagu, Barbara
Peter Wilson [6 Dame Street] (Dublin)
1764 Irish 2nd
5577 A description of Millenium Hall, and the county adjacent: together with the characters of the inhabitants, and such historical anecdotes and reflections, as may excite in the reader proper sentiments of humanity, and lead the mind to the love of virtue. By a gentleman on his travels. The fourth edition. Scott, Sarah
Montagu, Barbara
Thomas Carnan and Francis Newbery (London)
1778 4
4793 A gossip's story, and a legendary tale. By the Author of Advantages of education. West, Jane
1798 Irish 1st
4778 A gossip's story, and a legendary tale. By the author of Advantages of education. In two volumes. West, Jane
Thomas Norton Longman (London)
1797 2
4796 A gossip's story, and a legendary tale. By the author of Advantages of education. In two volumes. West, Jane
Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees (London)
1799 4
4790 A gossip's story, and a legendary tale. By the author of Advantages of education. The fourth edition. West, Jane
1799 Cork 1
4787 A gossip's story, and a legendary tale. In two volumes. By the author of Advantages of Education. West, Jane
Thomas Norton Longman (London)
1796 1st
4007 A hymn of praise for the abundant harvest of 1796. More, Hannah
1796
7386 A journey through every stage of life, described in a variety of interesting scenes, drawn from real characters. By a person of quality. In two volumes. ... Scott, Sarah
Andrew Millar (London)
1754 1
1417 A Lady’s Gift, or Woman As She Ought to Be. By Jane Kinderly Stanford. Author of “The Stoic.” Stanford, Jane Kinderley
George Smith, Alexander Elder and Co. (London)
1835
3026 A letter from H---- G----g, Esq; One of the Gentlemen of the Bed-Chamber to the Young Chevalier, and the only Person of his own Retinue that attended him from Avignon, in his late Journey through Germany, and elsewhere: containing Many remarkable and affecting Occurrences which happened to the P- during the Course of his mysterious Progress. To A particular Friend. Haywood, Eliza
1750 1
3060 A letter from H---- G----g, Esq; one of the gentlemen of the bed-chamber to the Young Chevalier, and the only person of his own retinue that attended him from Avignon, in his late journey through Germany, and elsewhere: Containing many remarkable and affecting Occurrences which happened to the P- during the course of his mysterious progress. To a particular friend. The Second Edition. Haywood, Eliza
1750 2
3034 A letter from H---- G----g, Esq; one of the gentlemen of the bed-chamber to the young Chevalier, and the only Person of his own Retinue that attended him from Avignon, in his late journey through Germany, and elsewhere: Containing many remarkable and affecting occurrences which happened to the P--- during the course of his mysterious progress. To a particular friend. Haywood, Eliza
1750 1
351 A Marriage in High Life. Edited by the authoress of 'Flirtation.' In two volumes. Scott, Caroline Lucy
Henry Colburn [New Burlington Street] (London)
1828 1st
7016 A mock elegy, in irregular verse, on the supposed demise of P**** P*****, Esq. M.D. Freeman, Mrs.
Thomas Hookham and James Carpenter [Old Bond Street] (London)
1792 1
85 A Modern Incident in Domestic Life. In Two Volumes. By Isabella Kelly, author of Madeline, Abbey St. Asaph, Avondale Priory, Eva, Ruthinglenne, Baron's Daughters, &c. &c. &c. Kelly, Isabella
Philip Norbury (Brentford)
1803 1st
1205 A Sailor's Friendship, and a Soldier's Love. In Two Volumes. Porter, Anna Maria
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme (London)
1805 1st
8811 A Sequel to the Antidote to the Miseries of Human Life, Containing a Further Account of Mrs. Placid and her Daughter Rachel. By Harriet Corp, Author of An Antidote to the Miseries of Human Life, Talents Improved, Cottage Sketches, Familiar Scenes, &c. Fourth Edition. Corrected and Improved. Corp, Harriet
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown (London)
Gale, Curtis and Fenner (London)
Thomas Hamilton (London)
Ogles, Duncan and Cochran (London)
1814 4