Geoname ID 2641181
Name Norwich
Titles 39
Firms 33
People Born: 14, Died: 6

Title List

Displaying 14 titles of 39 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
2148 Miscellaneous poems, by a lady. Francis, Anne
1790 1
2153 Miscellaneous poems, by Anne Francis. Francis, Anne
1790 2
531 Miscellaneous Poems; Being the Genuine Compositions of Elizabeth Bentley, of Norwich. Third Volume. Bentley, Elizabeth
1835 1
4487 Plays, and poems; by Miss Hannah Brand. Brand, Hannah
1798 1
704 Poems; Being the Genuine Compositions of Elizabeth Bentley, of Norwich. Bentley, Elizabeth
1821 2
7772 Remarks on the strictures on the address of Mr. Windham. Unknown,
1796
3181 Speedily will be published, price two shillings and sixpence, The poetical compositions of Elizabeth Bentley; who, unimproved by education, Has given Proof of a strong Natural Genius; and Uses her best Endeavours to obtain a Livelihood by honest Industry, Living irreproachably with her aged Mother, near St. Stephen's gates, Norwich. The encouragers of indigent merit are entreated to favor the authoress with their names and subscriptions; Which will be taken by W. Stevenson, at the Norfolk Arms; and all the Booksellers in Norwich. Bentley, Elizabeth
1790
648 Tales of the Pemberton Family; for the use of children. By Amelia Opie. Opie, Amelia
Simon Wilkin (Norwich)
Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton (London)
1825 1
11253 Tales of the Pemberton Family; for the use of children. By Amelia Opie. Opie, Amelia
Simon Wilkin (Norwich)
Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton (London)
1826 2
1148 The History of the Grubthorpe Family; or, The Old Batchelor and his Sister Penelope. By Mrs. Hunter, of Norwich; author of Letitia. In Three Volumes. Hunter, Rachel
William Tooke Robberds (Norwich)
1802 1st
7157 The last dying speech and confession of Rebecca Howard, who was executed this day, August 9, 1797, on the Castle Ditches, for the murder of her male bastard child. Howard, Rebecca
s.n.
1797
6571 The last dying speech, of Miss Mary Laws, near Dereham in Norfolk. Being a full and particular account of her most cruelly and barbarously poisoning her father, Sir J. Laws, for the love of a young man, after she had travelled four years abroad. Likewise, her last dying speech and confession at the place of execution, which was at the last assizes at Norwich. She was attended during that dreadful ceremony by a hearse and three mourning coaches. During which time, was sung the lamentation of a sinner, till after she was cut down. Laws, Mary
s.n.
1790
9461 The Negro Boy's Tale, a Poem, Addressed to Children. By Amelia Opie. Opie, Amelia
Simon Wilkin (Norwich)
Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton (London)
1824 1
7017 The village matron, or, anecdotes of Mrs. Lovechild. Fenn, Ellenor
1795