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Ward, Catherine G. The Daughter of St. OMar. A Novel. In Two Volumes. By Catherine G. Ward. London: Minerva Press, A. K. Newman and Co., 1810.
Ward, Catherine G. Poems. Coventry: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, R. Pratt, 1812.
Ward, Catherine G. The Dandy Family, or the Pleasures of a Ball Night. London: George Martin, 1814.
Ward, Catherine G. The Dandy Family, or the Pleasures of a Ball Night. London: George Martin, 1815.
Ward, Catherine G. The Thorn, or Doubtful Property. By Catherine G. Ward, author of 'The Orphan Boy,' 'Cottage on the Cliff,' 'Fisher's Daughter,' 'Mysterious Marriage,' 'Family Portraits,' &c. London: George Virtue [Ivy Lane], James Robins and Co., Albion Press, J. Robins Junior and Co., George Virtue [Bath Street, Bristol], 1819.
Ward, Catherine G. The Mysterious Marriage; or, The Will of My Father. In Four Volumes. By Catherine G. Ward, Authoress of The Cottage on the Cliff,—Family Portraits,—Poems, &c. &c. London: George Virtue [Ivy Lane], George Virtue [Bath Street, Bristol], George Virtue [Queen Square, Liverpool], 1824.
Ward, Catherine G. The Thorn, or Doubtful Property. By Catherine G. Ward, author of 'The Orphan Boy,' 'Cottage on the Cliff,' 'Fisher's Daughter,' 'Mysterious Marriage,' 'Family Portraits,' &c. Second Edition. London: George Virtue [Ivy Lane], James Robins and Co., Albion Press, J. Robins Junior and Co., George Virtue [Bath Street, Bristol], 1825.
Ward, Catherine G. The Knight of the White Banner; or, The Secrets of the Castle. By Mrs. Mason, Late Catherine G. Ward. Authoress of The Mysterious Marriage, The Cottage on the Cliff, The Fisher's Daughter, The Forest Girl, &c. &c. London: George Virtue [Ivy Lane], George Virtue [Bath Street, Bristol], George Virtue [St Vincent Street, Liverpool], 1827.
Ward, Catherine G. The Thorn, or Doubtful Property. By Catherine G. Ward, author of 'The Orphan Boy,' 'Cottage on the Cliff,' 'Fisher's Daughter,' 'Mysterious Marriage,' 'Family Portraits,' &c. London: George Virtue [Ivy Lane], James Robins and Co., Albion Press, J. Robins Junior and Co., George Virtue [Bath Street, Bristol], 1830.