ID 440
Last Name Hofland
First Name Barbara
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1770
Date of Death 1844-11-04
Place of Birth Sheffield
Place of Death Richmond
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/12371361/
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Hofland
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7a/Barbara_Hofland.jpg
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Author Theodore, Or The Crusaders. By Mrs. Hofland, Author Of "Son Of A Genius," And Other Works For Young People. 1826
Author William and his Uncle Ben: a tale. Designed for the use of young people. Prepared for the press by Mrs. Hofland, author of The Merchant's Widow and Family; Clergyman's Widow and Family; The Daughter-in-Law; The Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; Panorama of Europe; Young Northern Traveller; &c. 1826
Author River Scenery, by Turner and Girtin, with descriptions of Mrs. Hofland. Engraved by Eminent Engravers, from drawings by J. M. W. Turner, R.A. and the late Thomas Girtin. 1827
Author Self-Denial. A Tale. By Mrs. Hofland, Author Of Integrity, A Tale; Patience, A Tale; Decision, A Tale; Moderation, A Tale; Reflection, A Tale; The Son Of A Genius; Tales Of The Priory; Tales Of The Manor, &c. &c. 1827
Author The affectionate brothers: a tale. 1827
Author The Son Of A Genius; A Tale for Youth. By Mrs. Hofland, Author Of "Daughter Of A Genius," &c. &c. &c. New Edition. Carefully Revised and Enlarged by the Author. 1827
Author The Young Cadet; or, Henry Delamere's Voyage to India, his Travels in Hindostan, his Account of the Burmese War, and the Wonders of Elora. By Mrs. Hofland. 1827
Author William and his Uncle Ben. A Tale. Designed for the Use of Young People. Prepared for the Press by Mrs. Hofland. Author Of The Clergyman's Widow; Young Crusoe; Blind Farmer; Elizabeth; Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; The Sisters; Alicia and Her Aunt; Good Grandmother; Rich Boys And Poor Boys; Stolen Boy; Panaroma Of Europe; Merchant's Widow; Young Northern Traveller; Daughter-in-law; &c. &c. 1827
Author A few weeks at Clairmont Castle: containing ... By Miss Pearson. 1828
Author Africa Described, in Its Ancient and Present State; Including Accounts from Bruce, Ledyard, Lucas, Horneman, Park, Salt, Jackson, Sir F. Henniker, Belzoni, the Portuguese Missionaries, and Others, down to the Recent Discoveries by Major Denham, Dr. Oudney, and Captain Clapperton; Intended for the Use of Young Persons and Schools. By Mrs. Hofland 1828
Author Katherine. A Tale. In four volumes. 1828
Author Self-Denial. A Tale. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of Integrity, A Tale; Patience, A Tale; Decision, A Tale; Moderation, A Tale; Reflection, A Tale; The Son of a Genius; Tales of the Priory; Tales of the Manor, &c. &c. 1828
Author Tales of Clairmont Castle: containing the Woodville Family; the Franks; an Sir Francis Vanheson. Prepared for the press by Mrs. Hofland. Author of the Clergyman's Widow, Merchant's Widow, Good Grandmother, Daughter in law, &c 1828
Author The affectionate brothers: a tale. 1828
Author The Good Grandmother, and her Offspring. A Tale. By Mrs. Hofland, author of The Clergyman's widow; Merchant's Widow; The Sisters; Daughter-in-law; Young Northern Traveller; Panorama of Europe; Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; &c. &c. Second Edition. With Additions. 1828
Author The Sisters. A Domestic Tale. By Mrs. Hofland, Author Of The Clergyman’s Widow, Merchant’s Widow, Daughter-In-Law, Panorama Of Europe, Affectionate Brothers, Barbadoes Girl, Young Northern Travellers, William And His Uncle Ben, &c. &c. New Edition. 1828
Author The young Crusoe, A Tale. 1828
Author Theodore, Or The Crusaders. By Mrs. Hofland, Author Of "Son Of A Genius," And Other Works For Young People. 1828
Author Beatrice, A Tale Founded on Facts. By Mrs. Hofland. In three volumes. 1829
Author Ellen, The Teacher. A Tale for Youth. By Mrs. Hofland, Author Of “The Officer’s Widow,”—”The Son Of A Genius,” &c. &c. A New Edition. 1829
Author The affectionate brothers. A Tale. By Mrs. Hofland, author of The Merchant's Widow and Family; Clergyman's Widow and Family; Daughter-in-Law; Barbadoes Girl; Panorama of Europe; Good Grandmother; Blind Farmer; Young Crusoe; Sisters; Young Northern Traveller; &c. &c. New edition. 1829
Author The Daughter-in-Law, her Father, and Family. By Mrs. Hofland. 1829
Author The History of an Officer's Widow and her Young Family. By the author of "Son of a Genius," "Blind Farmer," "Ellen the Teacher," &c. &c. New Edition. 1829
Author The Stolen Boy, a Story Founded on Facts. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of The Clergyman's Widow; the Sisters; Blind Farmer Barbadoes Girl; Panorama of Europe; Young Crusoe Young Northern Traveler; Good Grandmother; Affectionate Brothers; Daughter-in-Law; Merchant's Widow; &c. &c. 1829
Author The Young Crusoe; or, The Shipwrecked Boy, containing an account of his shipwreck, and residence for several months alone, upon an uninhabited island 1829

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