ID 2623
Last Name Berquin
First Name Arnaud
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Gender Male
Date of Birth 1747-09-25
Date of Death 1791-12-21
Place of Birth Bordeaux
Place of Death Paris
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Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnaud_Berquin
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Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror. Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories and Interesting Tales. Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans, or, The Childrens Friend. 1787
Author The Mountain Piper; or, The History of Edgar and Matilda. To which is added, A Journey to London, a Moral Tale. Embellished with Cuts. 1787
Author The Friend Of Youth. Translated From The French Of M. Berquin; Complete In Two Volumes. Ornamented with Frontispieces. 1788
Author The history of Little Grandison. By M. Berquin, author of the children's friend. 1791
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror. Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories, and interesting tales, chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans. A New Edition, with Seventy-Four Cuts, Designed and Engraved on Wood by Bewick. 1792
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror. Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories, and Interesting Tales. Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans. A New Edition, with Seventy-Four Cuts, Designed and Engraved on Wood by Bewick. 1794
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror. Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories and Interesting Tales, Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans. With Seventy-Four Cuts, Designed and Engraved on Wood by I. Bewick. 1796
Author Le Livre de Famille, ou Journal des Enfans; Contenant des Historiettes Morales et Amusantes, avec Figures. Par M. Berquin. 1798
Author The family book; or, children's journal. Consisting of moral and entertaining stories, with instruction Conversation on those Subjects which daily occur in Nature and Society. From the French of M. Berquin. Interspersed with poetical pieces, written by the translator, Miss Stockdale, Author of the Effusions of the Heart, Poems. With a frontispiece. 1798
Author The family book; or, Children's journal. Containing moral and amusing tales, with instructive dialogues upon subjects which generally occur in familiar society. Translated from the French of Mons. Berquin. 1798
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror: Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories, and Interesting Tales; Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans. With Seventy-Four Cuts, Designed and Engraved on Wood by J. Bewick. The seventh edition. 1798
Author The family book; or, Children's journal. Consisting of moral and entertaining stories, with instructive conversation on those subjects which daily occur in nature and society. From the French of M. Berquin. Interspersed with poetical pieces, written by the translator, Miss Stockdale, author of the Effusions of the heart, Poems. 1799
Author The family book; or, children's journal. Consisting of moral and entertaining stories, With instructive Conversation on those Subjects which daily occur in Nature and Society. From the French of M. Berquin. Interspersed with poetical pieces, written by the translator, Miss Stockdale, Author of the Effusions of the Heart, Poems. Second edition. With a frontispiece. 1799
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror. Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories, and Interesting Tales: Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans. With Seventy-Four Cuts, Designed and Engraved on Wood by J. Bewick. The eighth edition. 1800
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror. Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories and interesting tales. Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans, or the Children's Friend. 1804
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, intellectual mirror: being an elegant collection of the most delightful little stories & interesting tales: Chiefly translated from that much-admired work. L'ami des infants. With Seventy-four Cuts, Designed and Engraved on wood by I. Bewick. The thirteenth edition. 1814
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. 1827
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. Second edition, revised. 1830
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. Twenty-fifth edition. 1830
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. : Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. 1834
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror. Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories and interesting tales: Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans. With numerous wood cuts. Engraved by John Thompson. Nineteenth Edition. 1834
Author A Pleasing companion for little girls and boys: blending instruction with amusement. Being a selection of interesting stories, dialogues, fables and poetry. Designed for the use of primary schools and domestic nurseries. By Jesse Torrey, Jun. 1835
Author The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror; Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories and interesting tales. Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans. Illustrated with engravings on Wood, by George Baxter. Nineteenth Edition. 1835

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