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 Self-will; or, Young heads not the wisest. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1825
Author Simple truths, in verse: for the amusement and instruction of children, at an early age. By Mary Belson (now Elliott;) Author of 'Innocent Poetry,' - 'Grateful Tributes,' - 'The Orphan Boy,' - 'Precept and Example,' - 'Industry and Idleness,' &c. 1825
Author The Bird's Nest. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1825
Author The little mimic. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1825
Author The little wranglers. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1825
Author The orphan brothers. By Mary Elliott. 1825
Author The rainy day, or, The pleasures of employment. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1825
Author The ramble, or, More paths than one. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1825
Author The Rose, Containing Original Poems for Young People. By Mary Elliott. Accompanied with engravings. A new edition, corrected and revised. 1825
Author The truant reclaimed. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1825
Author Truth our best friend. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1825
Author The book of birds and beasts: beautifully coloured, with a description of each, in words of two and three syllables. By Mary Elliott. 1826
Author Continuation of rustic excursions to aid tarry-at-home travellers: for the amusement and instruction of young persons. By Mary Elliott; illustrated by copper-plates. 1827
Author Le jour pluvieux, ou, Les plaisirs de l'occupation. Traduit de l'anglais, de Marie Elliott, par A.F.E. Lépée; enrichi de gravures en taille douce. 1827
Author The two Edwards; or, Pride and prejudice unmasked. 1827
Author Elliott's tales, for girls and boys. Translated into French, by A. F. E. Lépée. Containing The little meddler; or, One fault leads to many; The bird's nest; How to spend a happy Christmas; Dumb animals; or, Cruelty punished. 1829
Author Innocent Poetry; Containing Moral and Religious Truths for Infant Minds. By Mary Elliott. 1829
Author L'opiniâtre,* ou, Les jeunes têtes ne sont pas les plus sages. Traduit de l'anglais de Marie Elliott, par A.F.E. Lépée; enrichi de gravures en taille douce. 1829
Author La petite entremetteuse,* ou, Une faute conduit à plusieurs. Traduit de l'anglais de Marie Elliott par A.F.E. Lépée; enrichi de gravures en taille douce. 1829
Author Elliott's tales, for girls. Translated into French, by A. F. E. Lépée. Containing Beauty but skin deep. The white chicken. The contrast; or, how to be happy. Idle Ann; or, The dunce reclaimed. 1830
Author Female biography exemplifying the characters of eminent British females. By Mary Elliott; plates. 1830
Author Flowers of instruction, or, Familiar subjects in verse. By Mary Elliott, (late Belson). 1830
Author Goody Two-Shoes: exemplifying the good consequences of early attention to learning and virtue. 1830
Author Grateful Tributes; or, Recollections of Infancy. By M. Belson. 1830
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, now Elliott. 1830

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