ID 132
Last Name Edgeworth
First Name Maria
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1768-01-01
Date of Death 1849-05-22
Place of Birth Black Bourton
Place of Death Edgeworthstown
VIAF URI https://viaf.org/viaf/71477273/
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Edgeworth
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/97/Maria_Edgeworth_by_John_Downman_1807.jpg
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Role Title Date
Author Garry Owen; or, The Snow-woman. By Miss Edgeworth. 1829
Author Moral Tales; by Maria Edgeworth. In Three Volumes. 1829
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. Second edition, revised. 1830
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. Twenty-fifth edition. 1830
Author The White pigeon. By Mrs. Edgeworth. Also Sketches of the Russians 1830
Author The Little Merchants. A Story for Children. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of Practical Education 1831
Author The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston. 1831
Author Garry Owen; or, The snow-woman: and Poor Bob, the chimney-sweeper. By Maria Edgeworth. With illustrations. 1832
Author Moral tales for young people. By Maria Edgeworth, author The parent's assistant, Tales of fashionable life, &c.; In two volumes. 1832
Author Tales And Novels by Maria Edgeworth. In Eighteen Volumes. 1832
Author Tales and Novels by Maria Edgeworth; Eighteen Volumes Bound in Nine. Harper's Stereotype Edition. 1832
Author The Knapsack. A Tale. By Maria Edgeworth. 1832
Author The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston. 1832
Author Early lessons. In four volumes. By Maria Edgeworth. Twelfth [/Seventh] Edition. 1833
Author Frank. By Maria Edgeworth. Complete in one volume 1833
Author Mrs. Barbauld's little stories for children; being easy lessons adapted to the capacities of youth: to which are added short tales by Mrs. Opie, Edgeworth, etc. Selected and enlarged by J. Stephens 1833
Author The Child's teller: An entertaining collection of amusing stories, by Mrs. Opie, Edgeworth, Dr. Aikin, et.; Selected for youth by J. Stephens 1833
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. : Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. 1834
Author Helen, A Tale. By Maria Edgeworth. In Three Volumes. 1834
Author Helen, a tale. By Maria Edgeworth. In two volumes. 1834
Author The Parent's Assistant, or Stories for Children. In Three Volumes. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of "Practical Education," "Moral Tales," "Early Lessons," &c. &c. 1834
Author The parent's assistant, or, Stories for children. By Maria Edgeworth; complete in three volumes. 1834
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. 1835
Author Early lessons. In four volumes. By Maria Edgeworth. Thirteenth [/Eighth] Edition. 1835
Author Practical Education. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of "Letters for Literary Ladies," &c. and, by Richard Lovell Edgeworth, F.R.S. and M.R.I.A. Complete in One Volume. 1835

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