ID 12538
Last Name Barker
First Name Jane
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1652-05
Date of Death 1732
Place of Birth Northampton
Place of Death
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/51915688
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Barker
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Author Exilius: or, the banish'd Roman. A new romance. In two parts: written after the manner of Telemachus, for the instruction of some young ladies of quality. By Mrs. Jane Barker. 1712
Author Exilius: or, The banish'd Roman. A new romance. In two parts: written after the manner of Telemachus, for the instruction of some young ladies of quality. By Mrs. Jane Barker. 1715
Author The entertaining novels of Mrs. Jane Barker. In two volumes. I. Exilius; or the banish'd Roman. Written (after the Manner of Telemachus) for the Instruction of some Young Ladies of Quality. II. Clelia and Marcellus; or, The constant Lovers. III. The Reward of Virtue; or, The Adventures of Clarinthia and Lysander. IV. The lucky Escape; or, The Fate of Ismenus. V. Clodius and Scipiana; or, The beautiful Captive. VI. Piso; or, The lewd Courtier. VII. The happy Recluse; or, The Charms of Liberty. VIII. The fair Widow; or, False Friend. IX. The amours of Bosvil and Galesia. The Second Edition. 1719.
Author A patch-Work screen for the ladies; or, Love and virtue recommended: in a collection of instructive novels. Related after a manner intirely new, and interspersed with rural poems, describing the innocence of a country-life. By Mrs. Jane Barker, of Wilsthorp, near Stamford, in Lincolnshire. 1723
Author The entertaining novels of Mrs. Jane Barker, of Wilsthorp in Northamptonshire. I. Exilius: or the banish'd Roman. Written for the improvement of some Young Ladies of Quality. II. Clelia and Marcellus: or, The constant Lovers. III. The Reward of Virtue: or, The Adventures of Clarinthia and Lysander. IV. The lucky Escape: or, The Fate of Ismenus. V. Clodius and Scipiana: or, The beautiful Captive. VI. Piso: or, The lewd Courtier. VII. The happy Recluse: or, The Charms of Liberty. VIII. The fair Widow: or, False Friend. IX. The amours of Bosvil and Galesia. The Third Edition. 1736

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