ID 1426
Last Name Somerville
First Name Elizabeth
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1774
Date of Death 1840
Place of Birth Lancashire
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VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/286898546
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Somerville
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Author James Manners, Little John, and their dog Bluff. By Elizabeth Helme, Jun. 1799
Author Flora: or, the deserted child. By Elizabeth Somerville. 1800
Author Lessons for children of three years old. By Elizabeth Somerville. 1800
Author Lessons for children of three years old. By Elizabeth Somerville. 1800
Author Lessons, or, Short stories in two and three syllables, containing ... By Elizabeth Somerville. 1800
Author The deserted child. By Elizabeth Somerville 1800
Editor The tales of the genii; or, Moral lessons: faithfully translated from the Persian manuscript, by Sir Charles Morell. Abridged and adapted to amusement and instruction of youth by Elizabeth Somerville; in three volumes. 1800
Author James Manners, Little John, and their dog Bluff. By Elizabeth Helme, Jun. 1801
Author The village maid, or, Dame Burton's moral stories for the instruction and amusement of youth. By Elizabeth Somerville. 1801
Author Mabel Woodbine and her sister Lydia: a tale interspersed with moral and original stories. By Elizabeth Somerville. 1802
Author The new children in the wood, or, The Welch cottagers: a tale. By Elizabeth Somerville. 1802
Author The village maid; or, Dame Burton's moral stories for the instruction and amusement of youth. By Elizabeth Somerville. To which are added, Plain tales. 1802
Author A Birth Day Present, or a New Year's Gift. Being Nine Day's Conversation between a Mother and Daughter, on Interesting Subjects: for the Use of Young Persons, from Ten to Fifteen Years of Age. First American, from the fourth London Edition. 1803
Author Charlotte, or The pleasing companion, for young misses. Written by a lady. With beautiful engravings. 1803
Author Charlotte, or, The pleasing companion, for young misses. Written by a lady. With beautiful engravings. 1803
Author Choice tales, for the improvement of youth of both sexes 1803
Author Sacred Lectures from the holy scriptures, on the old and New Testament; interspersed with moral and religious reflections. Expressly written for the purpose of implanting in the minds of youth early impressions of the duty they owe to their creator; and shewing the dreadful consequences of sin and disobedience. By Elizabeth Somerville, author of several juvenile publications. In two volumes. 1803
Author The village maid; or, Dame Burton's moral stories for the instruction and amusement of youth. By Elizabeth Somerville. 1803
Author Village tales, or, Juvenile amusements. With cuts. 1803
Author A Birth Day Present: or, A New Year's Gift. Being Nine Day's Conversation between a Mother and Daughter, on Interesting Subjects: for the use of young persons, from ten to fifteen years of age. Second American Edition. 1804
Author A Birth Day Present; or, a New Year's Gift. Being Nine Day's Conversation between a Mother and Daughter, on Interesting Subjects; for the use of young persons, from ten to fifteen years of age. Second American, from the fourth London Edition. 1805
Author Flora, or, The deserted child. By Elizabeth Somerville. 1806
Author The history of little Charles, and his friend Frank Wilful. Embellished with cuts. 1808
Author The history of little Phoebe, and the reclaimed child. Embellished with cuts. 1808
Author The history of little Phoebe, the reclaimed child. And The old woman's story. 1808

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