ID 449
Last Name Green
First Name Sarah
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Gender Female
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Place of Birth Ireland
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VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/4788896
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Green_(novelist)
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Titles

Displaying 25 titles of 25 total.

Role Title Date
Author Charles Henley: or, the fugitive restored. 1790
Author Mental improvement for a young lady, on her entrance into the world; addressed to a favourite niece. 1793
Author Mental improvement for a young lady, on her entrance into the world; addressed to a favourite niece. A new edition. 1794
Author A letter to the publisher of Brothers's prophecies, by Mrs. S. Green: in which she bears testimony to the sanity of Mr. Brothers. And relates several visions, which she has had in confirmation of his mission. 1795
Author Mental improvement for a young lady, on her entrance into the world; addressed to a favourite niece. A new Edition. 1796
Author Court intrigue, or the victim of constancy, an historical romance. In two volumes. By the author of Mental Improvement. 1799
Author Tankerville Family, in three volumes. By a lady. 1808
Author The Private History of the Court of England. In two volumes. 1808
Author The Private History of the Court of England. In two volumes. The Second Edition, Corrected. 1808
Author Tales of the Manor. By the author of The Private History of The Court of England, &c. &c. In two volumes. 1809
Author Romance Readers and Romance Writers: A Satirical Novel. In Three Vols. By the Author of 'A Private History of the Court of England, &c' 1810
Author The Festival of St Jago. A Spanish Romance. In Two Volumes. By the author of The Tankerville Family, Private History of the Court of England, &c. 1810
Author The Reformist!!! A Serio-Comic Political Novel. In Two Volumes. 1810
Author Good Men of Modern Date. A Satirical Tale. In Three Volumes. By Mrs. Green, author of Romance Readers and Romance Writers, Reformist, Royal Exile, &c. 1811
Author The Royal Exile; or, Victims of Human Passions: An Historical Romance of the Sixteenth Century. By Mrs. Green, author of Romance Readers and Romance Writers, &c. In Four Volumes. 1811
Translator Raphael; or, Peaceful Life. In Two Volumes. Translated from the German of Augustus Lafontaine. By Mrs. Green. Author of The Royal Exile; Romance Readers and Romance Writers; Reformist; Private History of the Court of England &C. &C. 1812
Author Deception. A Fashionable Novel, in three volumes, founded on Facts. By Mrs. Green. Authoress of the Private HIstory of the Court of England—Good Men of Modern Date, &c. &c. &c. 1813
Author The Carthusian Friar; or, The Mysteries of Montanville. A Posthumous Romance. In Four Volumes. Corrected and Revised by An Author of Celebrity. 1814
Author The Fugitive; or, Family Incidents. In Three Volumes. By the author of Private History of the Court of England, Romance Readers and Romance Writers, &c. &c. 1814
Author The Fugitive; or, Family Incidents. In Three Volumes. By the author of Private History of the Court of England, Romance Readers and Romance Writers, &c. &c. 1815
Author Percival Ellingford: or the Reformist. A Novel. In Two Volumes. By Mrs. Green, Author of Good Men of Modern Date, Deception, Festival of St. Jago, &c. &c. 1816
Author Who is the Bridegroom? or, Nuptial Discoveries. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By Mrs. Green, author of Good Men of Modern Date, The Fugitive, Romance-Readers and Romance-Writers, Reformist, Festival of St. Jago, Carthusian Friar, Royal Exiles, &c. &c. 1822
Author Gretna Green Marriages; or, The Nieces. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By Mrs. Green, author of Who Is The Bridegroom? The Carthusian Friar; Deception; The Fugitive; Good Men of Modern Date; Festival of St. Jago, Royal Exile, &c. 1823
Author Scotch Novel Reading; or, Modern Quackery. A Novel Really Founded on Facts. In three volumes. By a Cockney. 1824
Author Parents and Wives; or, Inconsistency and Mistakes. A Novel. In three volumes. By Mrs. Green, author of Who Is The Bridegroom? Gretna Green Marriages; Good Men of Modern Date; Festival of St. Jago; Fugitive; &c. 1825

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"Green, Sarah" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 449 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/449. Accessed 2021-04-23.

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