ID 1445
Last Name Sandham
First Name Elizabeth
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Author The happy family at Eason House. Exhibited in the amiable conduct of the little Nelsons and their parents. Interspersed with select pieces of poetry. 1799
Author Juliania; or, the affectionate sisters. By the author of The happy family at Eason House, &c. 1800
Author Trifles; or, friendly mites towards improving the rising generation. Being a collection of original pieces. By the author of "Eason House, Juliania," &c. 1800
Author More trifles! : for the benefit of the rising generation. By the author of "Juliana" --"Trifles, or, Friendly mites," --"Eason House," --"Addresses of an affectionate mother," &c.&c. 1804
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. 1805
Author Alithea Woodley, or, The advantages of an early friendship founded on virtue. By the author of "Eason House--Juliana-- Trifles for the benefit of the rising generation--More trifles--The twin sisters, &c" 1806
Author Alithea Woodley, or, The advantages of an early friendship founded on virtue. By the author of "Eason House--Juliana-- Trifles for the benefit of the rising generation--More trifles--The twin sisters, &c" 1806
Author The Orphan. By Eliz. Sandham, author of 'The Twin Sisters', 'Trifles', 'Juliana', 'Alithea Woodley', &c. &c. Published by Subscription. 1808
Author The adventures of a bullfinch: by the author of "The twin sisters," "Poor puss," &c. 1809
Author The adventures of poor puss: in two parts. By Miss Sandham. 1809
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. By Miss Sandham; Author of many approved works for young persons. Third edition. 1809
Author Pleasure and improvement blended, or, An attempt to shew that knowledge can only be attained by early inquiry and judicious explanation: the whole elucidated by pleasing conversations and agreeable tales. By Miss Sandham. 1810
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion: by Miss Sandham. 1810
Author The travels of St. Paul: in letters supposed to be written from a mother to her daughter: in which are endeavoured to be traced the remains of those places, first favoured by the preaching of the gospel. By E. Sandham. 1812
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. By Miss Sandham. Fifth Edition. 1812
Author Deaf and dumb! By the author of "The twin sisters," &c. &c. 1813
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion: by Miss Sandham. Sixth edition. 1813
Author Pleasing information; by the author of Poor puss, Bullfinch, Twin sisters, &c. 1814
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. By Miss Sandham; author of many approved works for young persons. Seventh Edition. 1814
Author Conversations on Natural History: By the Author of the "Twin Sisters," "Trifles," "Perambulations of a Bee and a Butterfly," &c, &c. 1815
Author The adopted daughter: a tale for young persons. By Miss Sandham, author of The twin sisters, William Selwyn, and many other approved works. 1815
Author The history of William Selwyn: by Miss Sandham. 1815
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. By Miss Sandham, author of many approved works for young persons. Second American Edition. 1815
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. By Miss Sandham; author of many approved works for young persons. Eighth edition. 1816
Author The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion: by Miss Sandham. 1817

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