ID 2978
Last Name Ritson
First Name Anne
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Author A Poetical Picture of America, being Observations Made, during a Residence of Several Years, at Alexandria, and Norfolk, in Virginia; Illustrative of the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants: And Interspersed with Anecdotes, Arising from a General Intercourse with Society in that Country, from the Year 1799 to 1807. By a Lady. 1809
Author Classical Enigmas, Adapted to Every Month in the Year, composed from the English and Roman Histories, Heathen Mythology, and names of Famous Writers: Meant to amuse Youths of all Ages, and at the same Time exert their Memories, by calling to mind what they have read at different Times. By a Lady. 1811
Author The Poetical Chain, Consisting of Miscellaneous Poems, Moral, Sentimental, and Descriptive, on Familiar and Interesting Subjects. By Mrs. Ritson. 1811
Author Exercises for the Memory: An Entire New Set of Improving Enigmas, being the Forty English and Twelve Welch Counties, in Verse; including upwards of three hundred different events and Anecdotes, selected from the Grecian, Roman, and English Histories, Mythology, Poetical and Dramatic Authors, also the most public buildings and places in and about London and Westminster. By Anne Ritson. 1813
Author Exercises for the Memory: An Entire New Set of Improving Enigmas, being the Forty English and Twelve Welch Counties, in Verse . . . . 1814
Author Classical Enigmas, Adapted to Every Month in the Year . . . . 1815
Author Exercises for the Memory: An Entire New Set of Improving Enigmas, being the Forty English, and Twelve Welch, Counties, in Verse . . . . 1818
Author Spring Flowers: or, Easy Lessons, for Young Children, not exceeding words of two syllables; with lessons for Sundays, and hymns. By Mrs. Ritson. 1820
Author Spring Flowers: or, Easy Lessons, for Young Children, not exceeding words of two syllables; with lessons for Sundays, and hymns. By Mrs. Ritson. 1821
Author The monthly monitor: consisting of easy reading lessons, or, Short stories adapted to every season of the year. By Mrs. Ann Ritson. 1821
Author The monthly monitor consisting of easy reading lessons, or, Short stories adapted to every season of the year. By Mrs. Ann Ritson. 1824
Author Spring Flowers: or, Easy Lessons, for Young Children, not exceeding words of two syllables; with lessons for Sundays, and hymns. By Mrs. Ritson. 1825
Author Spring Flowers and the Monthly Monitor; or, Easy Lessons, adapted to every season of the year. By Mrs. Ritson. With juvenile stories and dialogues. Embellished with numerous engravings. 1832

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