ID 1488
Last Name Fenn
First Name Ellenor
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1744-03-12
Date of Death 1813-11-01
Place of Birth Westhorpe
Place of Death Dereham
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/18464389
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellenor_Fenn
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Titles

Displaying 25 titles of 106 total.

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Author Mrs. Lovechild's golden present, to all the little masters and misses, of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. 1770
Author Mrs. Love[child's] golden present, to all little masters and misses of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. 1775
Author Mrs. Lovechild's golden present, to all the little masters and misses, of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. 1777
Author A spelling-book, designed to render the acquisition of the rudiments of our native language easy and pleasant. Containing I. A Preface, explaining the Manner of using the Book. II. Variety of Alphabets, differently arranged. III. A copious Set of Monosyllables, classed agreeably to their Sounds. IV. Words of two or more Syllables, arranged according to their Accent. V. Sets of Words to be studied as Lessons, previous to reading the Story or Dialogue to which each Set belongs. VI. A Course of easy Reading Lessons for young Children; beginning with single Words of three Letters, and advanting gradually to Sentences of six or seven Words. To which is prefixed, the child's library; or, a catalogue of books, recommended to children from the age of three to twelve years. By Mrs. Teachwell. 1779
Author Lilliputian Spectacle de la nature: or, Nature delineated, in conversations and letters passing between the children of a family. In three volumes. ... 1779
Author Rational sports. In dialogues passing among the children of a family. Designed as a hint to mothers how they may inform the minds of their little people respecting the objects with which they are surrounded. Second edition. 1779
Author The rational dame; or, hints towards supplying prattle for children. 1779
Author The rational dame; or, hints towards supplying prattle for children. 1779
Author School occurrences: supposed to have arisen among a set of young ladies, under the tuition of Mrs. Teachwell; and to be recorded by one of them. 1782
Author Cobwebs to catch flies: or, Dialogues in short sentences, adapted to children from the age of three to eight years. In two volumes. 1783
Author Fables in monosyllables by Mrs. Teachwell, to which are added Morals in dialogues between a mother and children. 1783
Author Fables in monosyllables by Mrs. Teachwell; to which are added Morals, in dialogues, between a mother and children. 1783
Author Fables, by Mrs. Teachwell: in which the morals are drawn incidentally in various ways. 1783
Author Juvenile correspondence; or, Letters, suited to children, from four to above ten years of age. In three sets. 1783
Author Rational sports. In dialogues passing among the children of a family. Designed as a hint to mothers how they may inform the minds of their little people respecting the objects with which they are surrounded. 1783
Author School dialogues, for boys. Being an attempt to convey instruction insensibly to their tender minds, and instill the love of virtue. By a lady. 1783
Author School occurrences: supposed to have arisen among a set of young ladies, under the tuition of Mrs. Teachwell and to be recorded by one of them. Second edition. 1783
Author School occurrences: supposed to have arisen among a set of young ladies, under the tuition of Mrs. Teachwell; and to be recorded by one of them. 1783
Author The female guardian. Designed to correct some of the foibles incident to girls, and supply them with innocent amusement for their hours of leisure. By a lady. 1784
Author Juvenile correspondence; or, Letters, suited to children, from four to above ten years of age. In three sets. 1785
Author Rational sports. In dialogues passing among the children of a family: designed as a hint to mothers how they may inform the minds of their little people respecing the objects with which they are surrounded. Third edition. 1785
Author The art of teaching in sport; designed as a prelude to a set of toys, for enabling ladies to instill the rudiments of spelling reading, grammar, and arithmetic, under the idea of amusement. 1785
Author The rational dame; or, hints towards supplying prattle for children. 1785
Author The female guardian. Designed to correct some of the foibles incident to girls, and supply them with innocent amusement for their hours of leisure. By a lady. 1787
Author Cobwebs to catch flies: or, Dialogues in short sentences, adapted to children from the age of three to eight years. In two volumes. 1789

Recommended Citation

"Fenn, Ellenor" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 1488 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/1488. Accessed 2021-05-09.

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