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Langhorne, John. The correspondence of Theodosius and Constantia, from their first acquaintance to the departure of Theodosius. Now first published from the original manuscripts. By the editor of the letters that passed between Theodosius and Constantia, after she had taken the veil. Dublin: Peter Wilson [Dame St, 1748–66], Sarah Cotter (later Stringer) [Skinner Row], Elizabeth Watts [m. Lynch in 1768], James Potts, James Williams [5 Skinner Row], Josiah Sheppard [Shepherd] [Skinner Row], 1765.
McCreery, John, John Ogilvie, Robert Noyes, Thomas Campbell, Charlotte Richardson, Richard Cumberland, Anna M. Porter, Thomas Maurice, Henry Temple, Thomas Dermody, Mr. W. Amphlett, Maria H. Park, Charles Lamb, William Blackstone, Ann Kendall, James Graham, Robert Bloomfield, William Roscoe, Laura S. Temple, John Mayne, Olivia W. Serres, Richard Graves, John Hawkesworth, Edward Rushton, Hector Macneill, James Fordyce, Peter Bayley, Edmund Butcher, Caroline Symmons, John B. Linn, James Mercer, William Holloway, Quintin Frost, Hannah More, Walter Scott, James Montgomery, Mr. Beck, William Beckford, William Mason, Charles Lloyd, William Beloe, Amelia Opie, John Logan, Joseph Cottle, James Cririe, Charles J. Fox, George Dyer, Elizabeth Moody, Luke Booker, William Wordsworth, Joseph Nightingale, Henry J. Pye, Philip B. Homer, John Jackson, William Dodd, William Fox, William Crowe, Hester M. Chapone, Anne Hughes, Robert Burns, Joseph Sympson, Francis Wrangham, John Aikin, Anna L. Barbauld, Anne Grant, Thomas Blacklock, Peter L. Courtier, Ann Yearsley, John Scott, George Horne, Anne Hunter, Samuel Bishop, Timothy Dwight, Samuel Johnson, Hugh Downman, Isaac D'Israeli, James Beattie, James H. L. Hunt, John Bidlake, Alice Flowerdew, William Bolland, Nathaniel Bloomfield, Robert Lovell, James Hurdis, Samuel Rogers, Helen M. Williams, Abbe d. Lisle, William Hayley, John Wolcot, Samuel T. Coleridge, George Lyttelton, John Langhorne, Robert Fellowes, Charlotte T. Smith, William Cowper, Mary Robinson, Samuel J. Pratt, Henry Moore, George Goodwin, Robert Southey, William L. Brown, John Evans, Thomas Gisborne, Michael Bruce, Joseph Fawcett, Erasmus Darwin, Anna Seward, J. S., Smyth, Humfrey, Allnatt, and I. B.. The Parnassian Garland; or, beauties of modern poetry : consisting of upwards of two hundred pieces, selected from the works of the most distinguished poets of the present age. With introductory lines to each article. Designed for the use of schools and the admirers of poetry in general. By John Evans, A. M. Master of a seminary for a limited number of pupils, Pullin's Row, Islington. London: James Cundee, Albion Press, 1807.
Langhorne, John, Unknown, Sophie R. Cottin, and Jacques-Henri B. de Saint-Pierre. Elizabeth, or the Exiles of Siberia. An entire new translation with geographical notes, to which is added The Authentic History of Miss Moreton, and the Faithful Cottager. Also Paul & Virginia. London: John Tallis I [7 Warwick Square], 1821.
Taylor, Jane, James Hogg, Caroline Fry, Bernard Barton, Reginald Heber, Augustus Toplady, Henry H. Milman, Thomas Moore, James Montgomery, Thomas Kelly, John Milton, Edmund Spenser, Thomas Dale, Daniel Turner, William F. Durant, Reverend T. Raffles, William Knox, Ebenezer White, Isaac Watts, James Edmeston, John Langhorne, Henry K. White, John Bowring, Josiah Conder, Susanna Blamire, Samuel Stennett, John Bowdler, Joseph Swain, John Clare, and Herbert Knowles. The Christian Bouquet; a Selection of Religious Poetry, from the Pens of Various Admired Authors; with an Original Introductory Essay by Frances Blair. London: Richard Baynes, 1832.