ID 3183
Last Name Semple
First Name Elizabeth
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Author Summer rambles, or, Conversations, instructive & entertaining: for the use of children: dedicated (by permission) to Her Royal Highness The Princess Charlotte of Wales. By a Lady. 1801
Compiler Moral Maxims, from the wisdom of Jesus, the son of Sirach, or Ecclesiasticus. Selected by a lady. 1802
Author The red book, and the black one; by the author of Summer rambles. 1802
Author Short Stories, in Words of One Syllable. By the author of Summer Rambles. 1803
Author A cup of sweets, that can never cloy, or, Delightful tales for good children. By a lady. 1804
Author Gertrude, Agnes and Melite, and Amelia Douglas: Tales, for the instruction and amusement of young persons. By the author of 'A Cup of Sweets.' 1804
Author A Cup of Sweets that can Never Cloy: Or, Delightful Tales for Good Children. By a Lady. 1805
Translator Interesting Tales: Consisting of Isidore, Arthur, The Clear-Sighted Blind Man, Robert, and The Hogs-head. Translated from the French, by a lady. 1805
Translator Select fables: written for the purpose of instilling into the minds of early youth, a true sense of religion and virtue. Translated from the French of Mons. Florian, by the author of "A cup of sweets;" "Gertrude;" "Summer rambles;" "Short stories;" &c. 1806
Author The magic lantern; or, Amusing and instructive exhibitions for young people. With eleven coloured engravings. By the authoress of Short stories, Summer rambles, The red and black book, &c., &c. 1806
Author A cup of sweets, that can never cloy, or, Delightful tales for good children. By a lady. 1807
Compiler Moral Maxims, from the wisdom of Jesus, the son of Sirach, or Ecclesiasticus. Selected by a lady. 1807
Author Amusing observations supposed to be made by children in early life: which will enable them to learn to read, and converse with propriety. By the author of "Short stories," "Summer rambles," &c. &c. &c.; ornamented with twelve engravings on copper-plate. 1808
Author Juvenile dramas: in three volumes. By the author of "Summer rambles", "A cup of sweets", "The godmother's tales", &c. &c. &c. 1808
Author More short stories, in words of two syllables. By the author of "Short stories in one syllable," "Summer rambles," "Godmother's tales," &c. &c. 1808
Author The godmother's tales: by the author of Short stories, Summer rambles, Cup of sweets, &c. &c. 1808
Author A cup of sweets, that can never cloy, or, Delightful tales for good children. By the author of Godmother's tales &c. &c. 1810
Author A cup of sweets, that can never cloy, or, Delightful tales for good children. By the author of Godmother's tales &c. &c. 1813
Author Dialogues consisting of words of one syllable only: intended as a proper book to follow The imperial primer, and other approved incitements to learning. By the author of Short stories in two syllables, Summer rambles, &c. 1813
Author The godmother's tales: by the author of Short stories, Summer rambles, Cup of sweets, &c. &c. Third edition. 1813
Author A cup of sweets, that can never cloy, or, Delightful tales for good children. By the author of Short Stories, Summer Rambles, &c. &c. 1814
Author Agnes, the little girl who promised everything and performed nothing. 1814
Author The Fashionist, or Neatness in Dress Better than Gaudiness. 1814
Author The godmother's tales: by the author of Short stories, Summer rambles, Cup of sweets, &c. &c. 1814
Author Arthur and Alice; or, the little wanderers. Illustrated with elegant engravings. 1815

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