ID 471
Last Name Wilkinson
First Name Sarah Scudgell
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1779-12-14
Date of Death 1831-03-19
Place of Birth
Place of Death City of Westminster
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/246350146
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Scudgell_Wilkinson

Titles

Displaying 25 titles of 37 total.

Role Title Date
Author Visits to the parsonage; or, the juvenile assembly. By Sarah Wilkinson, authoress of midsummer holidays, village rambles, &c. Adapted at once to amuse and instruct the youthful reader. 1799
Author The tragical history of Carzy Jane, and young Henry. Giving an account of their birth, parentage, courtship, and melancholy end. Founded on facts, by Sarah Wilkinson. 1800
Author The turtle dove; or Cupid's artillery levelled against human hearts, ... By Sarah Wilkinson. 1800
Author The White Cottage of the Valley; or, The Mysterious Husband. An Original, Interesting Romance. By Sarah Wilkinson. 1800
Author Lord Gowen; or, The Forester's Daughter. An Historical Romance of the Twelfth Century. To Which is Added, The Barons of Old. An Historic Tale. 1803
Author The Marriage Promise; or, The History of Emma Woodley. By Sarah Wilkinson. To Which is Added, A Poem to the Memory of the Late Mrs. Pope. 1803
Author The Subterraneous Passage; or, Gothic Cell. A Romance. 1803
Author The Subterraneous Passage; or, Gothic Cell. A Romance. By Sarah Wilkinson. 1803
Author Lissette of Savoy; or, The Fair Maid of the Mountains. An Interesting Tale. To Which is Added, Ethelred and Lidania; or, The Sacrifice to Woden, A Saxon Tale. 1804
Author The Maid of Lochlin; or, Northern Mysteries. A Scottish Romance. 1804
Author The Maid of the Ocean; or, The Prince of Persia. An Aquatic Romance. To Which is Added, Orlando; or, The Knight of the Moon. A Romance. 1804
Author The Pathetic and Interesting History of George Barnwell. Founded on Facts. Carefully Abridged from Mr. Surr's Celebrated Novel by Sarah Wilkinson. 1804
Author The Wife of Two Husbands. Translated From the French Drama of the La Femme À Deux Maris and Formed Into an Interesting Story. 1804
Author The Wife of Two Husbands. Translated from the French Drama, and formed into an interesting Story. By Sarah Wilkinson. 1804
Author The Wife of Two Husbands; or, Fritz, the Outlaw. An Interesting Tale. 1804
Author The Wife of Two Husbands; or, Fritz, the Outlaw. An Interesting Tale. 1804
Author Inkle and Yarico; or, Love in a Cave. An Interesting Tale. 1805
Author Monastic Ruins; or, The Invisible Monitor. A Romance. To Which is Added, The Brazier. A Tale. 1805
Author The Mountain Cottager; or, The Deserted Bride. Founded on Facts. 1805
Author The Sorcerer’s Palace; or, The Princess of Sinadone. Being the Romantic Adventures of a Knight of the Round Table. 1805
Author The Voyages and Adventures of Edward Teach, Commonly Called Black Beard, the Notorious Pirate. With an Account of the Origin and Progress of the Roman, Algerine and West India Pirates. 1805
Author The Water Spectre; or, An Bratach. A Romance, Founded on the Popular Melo-Drame, As Performed, With Universal Applause, at the Aquatic Theatre, Sadler's Wells. 1805
Author The Water Spectre; or, Kitty O' the Clyde. A Romance. 1805
Author The Foundling of the Forest; or, Adventures of Fernando and Cecilia. 1806
Author The Thatched Cottage; or, Sorrows of Eugenia. A Novel. In Two Volumes. By Sarah Wilkinson. 1806

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