ID 385
Last Name Strickland
First Name Agnes
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1796-08-19
Date of Death 1874-07-13
Place of Birth Kent
Place of Death Southwold
VIAF URI https://viaf.org/viaf/42621124
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_Strickland
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/67/Agnes_Strickland_by_John_Hayes.jpg
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Titles

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Role Title Date
Author The moss-house : in which many of the works of nature are rendered a source of amusement to children. 1822
Author The moss-house: in which many of the works of nature are rendered a source of amusement to children. 1822
Author The youthful Travellers; or, Letters Chiefly Descriptive of Scenes Visited by Some Young People During A Summer Excursion, Designed as Examples of the Epistolary Style for Children. 1823
Author The aviary, or, An agreeable visit : intended for children by the author of "Rosetta's birth day," "The moss house," &c. ; accompanied with plates. 1824
Author The little tradesman, or, A peep into English industry by the author of "The moss-house," "The aviary," "The youthful travellers," &c. &c. ; accompanied with forty-eight copper-plates. 1824
Author The use of sight, or, I wish I were Julia : intended for the amusement and instruction of children by the author of the "Moss-house," "Youthful travellers," &c. 1824
Author Prejudice Reproved; or, The History of the Negro Toy-Seller 1826
Author The rival Crusoes, or, The shipwreck : also A voyage to Norway ; and The fisherman's cottage : founded on facts. 1826
Author Worcester Field; or, The Cavalier. A Poem in Four Cantos, with Historical Notes. By Agnes Strickland. 1826
Author The juvenile forget me not, or, Cabinet of entertainment and instruction by the author of "The rival Crusoes," "The young emigrant," etc. etc. 1827
Author The Seven Ages of Woman, and Other Poems. By Agnes Strickland. 1828
Author The New Year's gift and juvenile souvenir. Edited by Mrs. Alaric Watts. 1829-1836
Author Patriotic Songs Written by Agnes and Susanna Strickland; and Composed by J. Green 1830
Author The Juvenile Forget Me Not. A Christmas and New Year's Gift, or Birthday Present, For the Year 1830. Edited by Mrs. S.C. Hall. 1830
Author The rival Crusoes, or, The shipwreck : also A voyage to Norway ; and The Fisherman's Cottage : Founded on Facts. Second Edition. 1830
Author The rival Crusoes, or, The shipwreck : also A voyage to Norway and The fisherman's cottage : founded on facts. 1830
Author Tales of the school-room by the editor of "The parting gift," "Visits [sic] to the banks of Jordan," &c. &c. &c. 1832
Author Demetrius: A Tale of Modern Greece: In Three Cantos. With Other Poems. By Agnes Strickland, author of "Worcester Field, or the Cavalier;" "The Seven Ages of Woman;" &c. &c. &c. 1833
Author The moss-house: a tale, in which many of the works of nature are rendered a source of amusement to children. 1835
Author The Pilgrims of Walsingham or Tales of the Middle Ages. An Historical Romance. By Agnes Strickland. In Three Volumes. 1835
Author The Pilgrims of Walsingham or Tales of the Middle Ages[.] An Historical Romance[.] By Agnes Strickland. In Three Volumes. 1835
Author Floral sketches, fables, and other poems by Agnes Strickland. 1836
Author The rival Crusoes, or, The shipwreck : also A voyage to Norway and The fisherman's cottage : founded on facts. 1836

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