ID 197
Last Name Helme
First Name Elizabeth
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1753
Date of Death 1814
Place of Birth London
Place of Death Brentford
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/18703795
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Helme
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Author Louisa; or the cottage on the moor. In two volumes. By Mrs. Helme. ... 1787
Author Louisa; or the cottage on the moor. In two volumes. By Mrs. Helme. ... 1787
Author Louisa; or, the cottage on the moor. In two volumes. 1787
Author Louisa; or, the cottage on the moor. In two volumes. ... 1787
Author Louisa; or, the cottage on the moor. In two volumes. ... 1787
Author Louisa; or, the cottage on the moor. or, the cottage on the Moor. In two volumes. 1787
Author Clara and Emmeline; or, the maternal benediction. A novel. In two volumes. By Mrs Helme, the author of Louisa; or, the cottage on the moor. 1788
Translator Travels from the Cape of Good Hope, into the Interior Parts of Africa, Including Many Interesting Anecdotes. With Elegant Plates, Descriptive of the Country and Inhabitants: Inscribed by Permission to His Grace the Duke of Montagu. Translated from the French of Monsieur Vaillant. In Two Volumes. 1790
Translator St. Alma, a novel, from the French of M. de Gorjy, Author of Blansay, &c. 1791
Author Duncan and Peggy: a Scottish tale. By Elizabeth Helme, Author of Louisa; or, the Cottage on the Moor; &c. &c. &c. In two volumes. ... 1794
Author The farmer of Inglewood Forest, a novel. In four volumes. By Elizabeth Helme. 1796
Author Instructive rambles in London, and the adjacent villages. Designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth. By Elizabeth Helme. In two volumes. 1798
Author Albert; or, the wilds of Strathnavern. In four volumes. By Elizabeth Helme, author of Louisa; or, the Cottage of the Moor, &c. &c. 1799
Translator Columbus, or, The discovery of America: As related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. In two volumes. --Vol. I [Vol. II]. Translated from the German of J.H. Campe (Author of the New Robinson Crusoe) by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its Environs, the abridgement of Plutarch's lives, &c. &c. 1799
Translator Cortez, or, The conquest of Mexico: as related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. In two volumes. Translated from the German of J. H. Campe, by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its environs, the abridgement of Plutarch's Lives, Etc. Etc. 1799
Translator Pizarro, or, The conquest of Peru :as related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. Translated from the German of J. H. Campe (author of the new Robinson Crusoe) by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its environs, the Abridgment of Plutarch's Lives, Etc. Etc. 1799
Author Albert; or, the wilds of Strathnavern. By Elizabeth Helme. 1800
Author Instructive rambles extended in London, and the adjacent villages. Designed to amuse the mind and improve the understanding of youth. By Elizabeth Helme. In two volumes. 1800
Author Instructive rambles in London, and the adjacent villages. Designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth. By Elizabeth Helme. 1800
Translator Pizarro; or, The Conquest of Peru. As Related by a Father to His Children, and Designed for the Instruction of Youth. In Two Volumes. Translated from the Germa of J.H. Campe (author of the Robinson Crusoe) By Elizabeth Helme author of Instructive Rambles in London and its environs, The Abridgement of Plutarch's lives etc. etc. 1800
Author St Margaret's Cave; or, The Nun's Story. An Ancient Legend. In four volumes. By Elizabeth Helme, author of Albert, Farmer of Inglewood Forest, Louisa, &c. &c. 1801
Author Instructive rambles in London, and the adjacent villages. Designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth. By Elizabeth Helme. The Third Edition. 1803
Author St. Clair of the Isles: Or, The Outlaws of Barra, A Scottish Tradition. By Elizabeth Helme. In Four Volumes. 1803
Author The History of England, Related in Familiar Conversations, by a Father to His Children: Interspersed with Moral and Instructive Remarks, and Observations on the Most Leading and Interesting Subjects. Designed for the Perusal of Youth. By Elizabeth Helme. In Two Volumes. 1804
Author The Pilgrim of the Cross; or, The Chronicles of Christabelle de Mowbray. An Ancient Legend. In Four Volumes. By Elizabeth Helme, author of St. Margaret's Cave, or the Nun's Story; Louisa, or the Cottage on the Moor; St. Clair of the Isles, &c. &c. 1805

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