Name Fiction Story
Description

A narrative that pertains to imaginary events. Works in this subcategory have “story” listed as the genre designation on the title page. Often shorter than a novel and longer than a tale.

Title List

Displaying 25 titles of 90 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
4800 A gossip's story, and a legendary tale. By the author of Advantages of education. West, Jane
1799 Irish 2nd
4785 A gossip's story, By the author of Advantages of education. In two volumes. and a legendary tale. West, Jane
Thomas Norton Longman (London)
1798 3
8550 A Marvellous Pleasant Love-Story. In Two Volumes. Wright, Elizabeth
Minerva Press, William Lane (London)
1801 1
8533 A Plain Story. In four volumes. Leslie, Mrs.
Minerva Press, William Lane (London)
1801 1
5512 A short story: interspersed with poetry. By a young lady. In two volumes. Unknown,
George Cawthorn, Apollo Press (London)
1800 1
6413 A welsh story. In three volumes. Barker, Mary
Thomas Hookham and James Carpenter [Old Bond Street] (London)
1798 1
8545 Adonia, A Desultory Story, In Four Volumes. Inscribed, by Permission, To Her Grace the Duchess of Buccleugh. Richardson, Caroline E.
Alexander and James Black and Parry (London)
John Bell and John Bradfute [32 Parliament Close] (Edinburgh)
1801 1
4382 Betty Brown, the St. Giles's orange girl: with some account of Mrs. Sponge, the money-lender. More, Hannah
1796
4396 Cheap Repository. Jack Brown in prison; Or, The Pitcher never goes so often to the Well but it is broke at last. Being the fourth part of the history of the two shoemakers. More, Hannah
1796
8419 Dunallan; or, Know What You Judge; A Story. In three volumes. By the author of "The Decision," "Father Clement," &c. &c. Kennedy, Grace
Thomas Hamilton, William Adams, and Co. (London)
William Oliphant (Edinburgh)
1825 1
9316 Dunallan; or, Know What You Judge; A Story. In three volumes. By the author of "The Decision," "Father Clement," &c. &c. Second Edition. Kennedy, Grace
Thomas Hamilton, William Adams, and Co. (London)
William Oliphant (Edinburgh)
1825 2
8640 Durston Castle; or, The Ghost of Eleonora. A Gothic Story. Tuck, Mary
M. Tuck (London)
1804 1
8198 Eva, an old Irish story. By the authoress of Corfe Castle. Millikin, Anna
1795 1
8380 Falconbridge Abbey. A Devonshire Story. In Five Volumes. By Mrs. Hanway, Author Of Ellinor, And Andrew Stuart. Hanway, Mary Ann
Minerva Press, Lane, Newman, and Co. (London)
1809 1
11715 Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By Grace Kennedy, Author of "The Decision," "Dunallan," &c. Eighth Edition. Kennedy, Grace
Thomas Hamilton, William Adams, and Co. (London)
William Curry, Jun. & Co. (Dublin)
William Oliphant and Son (Edinburgh)
William Collins [Ingram Street] (Glasgow)
1834 8
9248 Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," "Profession is not Principle," &c. Kennedy, Grace
William Oliphant (Edinburgh)
1824 2
9249 Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," "Profession is not Principle," &c. Kennedy, Grace
William Oliphant (Edinburgh)
1825 3
9247 Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," &c. Kennedy, Grace
William Oliphant (Edinburgh)
1823 1
788 Ferdinand and Ordella, A Russian Story: with authentic anecdotes of the Russian Court after the demise of Peter the Great. To which is added, A Prefatory Address to the Satirist, Upon Patrons and Dedications, Reformers and Reformations. By Priscilla Parlante. In Two Volumes. Cavendish Bradshaw, Mary Ann
Samuel Tipper (London)
1810 1st
2040 Feudal events, or, days of yore. An ancient story. In two volumes. By Anna Maria Mackenzie, Author of Neapolitan, Dusseldory, &c. &c. Mackenzie, Anna Maria
Minerva Press, William Lane (London)
1800 1
8804 Herbert-Lodge; A New-Forest Story. In Three Volumes. By Miss Warner, of Bath. Warner, Ellen Rebecca
1808 1
294 Italian Stories. Translated by Miss Holford, author of "Wallace," "Warbeck of Wolfstein," etc. John Andrews (London)
1823 1st
4401 Jack Brown in prison ... being the fourth part of the history of the two shoemakers. More, Hannah
1797
4405 Jack Brown in prison; ... Being the fourth part of the history of the two shoe-makers. To which is added, Turn the carpet; or the two weavers, a new song. More, Hannah
1800
13948 Kilverstone Castle; or, The Heir Restored. An English Gothic Story, Founded on a Fact Which Happened on the Dawn of the Reformation. Ann Lemoine (London)
1799