ID 2619
Last Name Elliott
First Name Mary Belson
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1794
Date of Death 1870
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VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/316438013
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Author The mice, and their pic nic: a good moral tale, &c. By a looking-glass maker. 1810
Author Innocent poetry 1811
Author The Mice, and Their Pic Nic. A Good Moral Tale, &c. By a looking-glass maker. 1811
Author My brother. By Mary Belson. 1812
Author Precept and example, or, Midsummer holidays. A new edition improved. By Mary Belson. Author of "The Orphan Boy," "Simple Truths," &c. &c. 1812
Author Simple truths in verse: for the amusement, and instruction of children, at an early age. By Mary Belson. 1812
Author The baby's holiday, to which is added, The white lily: illustrated by engravings. By Mary Belson. 1812
Author The orphan boy, or, A journey to Bath. Founded on fact. By Mary Belson, author of The mice and their pic nic, Precept and example, Industry and idleness, Innocent poetry, Grateful tributes, Baby's holiday, Simple truths, &c. &c. 1812
Author A nosegay, for the trouble of culling, or, Sports of childhood. 1813
Author The Mice, and Their Pic Nic. A Good Moral Tale. By a looking-glass maker. 1813
Author The ancient history of Whittington and his cat. Revised and enlarged, for the improvement of all good children. 1814
Author The Orphan boy; or, a journey to Bath. Founded on fact. By Mary Belson, Author Of--The Mice And Their Pic Nic--Precept And Example--Industry And Idleness--Innocent Poetry--Grateful Tributes--Baby’s Holiday--Simple Truths, &c. &c. 1814
Author Simple truths in verse, for the amusement and instruction of children, at an early age. By Mary Belson, author of "Innocent poetry,"--"Grateful tributes,"--"The orphan boy,"--"Precept and example"--"Industry and idleness," &c. &c. 1815
Author Industry and idleness, a pleasing and instructive tale, for good little girls, in words not exceeding two syllables. 1816
Author My sister. A poem by Mary Belson. Illustrated with elegant engravings. 1816
Author Simple Truths, in Verse; for the Amusement and Instruction of Children, at an Early Age. By Mary Belson. 1816
Author The ancient and renowned history of Whittington and his cat. Revised and enlarged, for the amusement of all good little children. 1816
Author The orphan boy; or, A journey to Bath. Founded on fact. By Mary Belson, author of The mice and their pic-nic--Precept and example--Industry and idleness--Innocent poetry--Grateful tributes--Baby's holiday--Simple truths, &c. &c. 1816
Author Innocent poetry. 1817
Author My Brother. A Poem : Illustrated with Engravings. 1817
Author My Brother. A Poem for Children. 1817
Author My Brother. A Poem for Children. 1817
Author Grateful Tributes; or Recollections of Infancy by M. Belson, Author of 'Industry and Idleness;' 'Innocent Poetry;' 'Baby's Holiday; 'Precept and Example;' 'The Mice and their Pic Nic;' &c. 1818
Author Little lessons for little folks : : containing 1. The little sweepers; 2. The mistake; 3. The widow and her only son; 4. Ask and learn; 5. Village annals; or, Truth and Falsehood. By Mary Belson. 1818
Author The adventures of Thomas Two-Shoes: being a sequel to that of "The modern Goody Two-Shoes." By Mary Belson, author of "Industry and Idleness," &c. &c. 1818

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