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 The Young Northern Traveller; or, the Invalid Restored. Containing a Tour Through Northern Europe, with Historical and Biographical Anecdotes. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of the Clergyman's Widow; Merchant's Widow; Blind Farmer; Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; Sisters; Good Grandmother; Panorama or Europe; Young Crusoe; Daughter-in-Law; &c. &c. New Edition, with Additions and Alterations. 1829
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; Merchant's Widow; Blind Farmer; Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; Sisters; Young Northern Traveller; Young Crusoe; Good Grandmother; Panorama of Europe; Daughter-in-law; &c. &c. New Edition. 1829
Author The New Year's gift and juvenile souvenir. Edited by Mrs. Alaric Watts. 1829-1836
Author Adelaide, or, The massacre of St. Bartholomew: a tale, including historical anecdotes of Henry the Great. By Mrs. Hofland, author of The Crusaders, Son of a Genius, Ellen the Teacher, &c. &c. Fourth edition 1830
Author Tales of Clairmont Castle: containing ... Prepared for the press by Mrs. Hofland. 1830
Author The blind farmer and his children ... Sixth edition. 1830
Author The Daughter-in-Law, her Father, and Family. By Mrs. Hofland. 1830
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. 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 Juvenile Forget Me Not. A Christmas and New Year's Gift, or Birthday Present, For the Year 1831. Edited by Mrs. S.C. Hall. 1830
Author The son of a genius: a tale for youth. By Mrs. Hofland. 1830
Author The Stolen Boy. A story, founded on facts. By Mrs. Hofland, author of The Clergyman's Widow; Good Grandmother; Elizabeth; Daughter-in-Law; Merchant's Widow; Young Crusoe; Panorama of Europe; Blind Farmer; Sisters; Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; Young Northern Traveller, &c. &c. 1830
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, author of "The Son of a Genius," "The Daughter of a Genius," "Alfred Campbell, the young Pilgrim," "Theodore," &c. &c. 1830
Author The Young Crusoe; or, The Shipwrecked Boy, containing an account of his shipwreck, and residence for several months alone, upon an uninhabited island 1830
Author The Young Northern Traveller; or, The invalid restored. Containing a tour through northern Europe, with historical and biographical anecdotes. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of the Clergyman's Widow; Merchant's Widow; Blind Farmer; Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; Sisters; Good Grandmother; Panorama of Europe; Young Crusoe; Daughter-in-law; William and His Uncle Ben; Stolen Boy; Elizabeth and Her Three Beggar Boys; Alicia and Her Aunt, &c. &c. New Edition, with Additions and Alterations. 1830
Author Moderation. A Tale. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of "Integrity," "Patience," "Decision," "Reflection," "Self-denial," "The Son of a Genius," &c. &c. 1831
Author Richmond, and its Surrounding Scenery, Engraved by and under the Direction of W. B. Cooke; with Descriptive Letterpress, by Mrs. Hofland; Containing Twenty-Four Plates. 1831
Author Self-Denial. A Tale. 1831
Author The affectionate brothers: a tale. 1831
Author The Barbadoes girl: a tale for young people. By Mrs. Hofland. 1831
Author The blind farmer and his children. By Mrs Hofland. Author of The Clergyman's Widow; Merchant's Widow; Young Crusoe; Daughter in Law; Young Northern Traveller; Panorama of Europe; Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; Good Grandmother; Sisters, &c. 1831
Author The panorama of Europe, or, A new game of geography. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of The Clergyman's widow; Good grandmother; Daughter-in-law; Affectionate Brothers; Young Crusoe; The Stolen Boy; Merchant's Widow; Barbadoes Girl; Blind Farmer; Young Norther Traveller; the Sisters; &c. &c. Seventh edition, continued to the present year. 1831
Author Richmond, and its Surrounding Scenery, Engraved by and under the Direction of W. B. Cooke; with Descriptive Letterpress, by Mrs. Hofland; Containing Twenty-Four Plates. Part 2. 1832
Author The daughter of a genius: a tale for youth. By Mrs. Hofland. Fifth edition, with improvements. 1832
Author The son of a genius: a tale for youth. By Mrs. Hofland. New edition, carefully revised and enlarged, etc. 1832

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