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Somerville, Elizabeth. Choice tales, for the improvement of youth of both sexes. New York: 1803.
Edgeworth, Maria. To-Morrow; or, The Dangers of Delay. By Maria Edgeworth. New Brunswick: William Elliot, 1807.
Edgeworth, Maria. The History of the Holy Bible, Abridged. New Haven: Sidney's Press, 1808.
Edgeworth, Maria. The History of the Holy Bible Abridged. New Haven: Increase Cooke & Co., 1809.
Edgeworth, Maria. Barring Out. By Miss Edgeworth. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. Barring Out. By Miss Edgeworth. Illustrated with Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. Birth Day Present. By Miss Edgeworth. (Munroe & Francis Edition.) Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Barbauld, Anna L. Easy reading lessons for children. By Mrs. Barbauld. New York: Thomas Powers, 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. Ennui. A tale, by Maria Edgeworth. New York: Elliot and Crissy, 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. Forget and Forgive. By Miss Edgeworth; With Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. Lazy Lawrence. By Miss Edgeworth. (Munroe & Francis' Edition). Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. Mademoiselle Panache. By Miss Edgeworth. Illustrated with cuts. Munroe & Francis' edition. Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. Old Poz. By Miss Edgeworth. With Cuts. Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. Simple Susan. By Miss Edgeworth. With Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Bracelets. By Miss Edgeworth. With Cuts. Munroe & Francis' Edition. Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. The False Key. By Miss Maria Edgeworth. With Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Barbauld, Anna, L., and John Aikin. The Farm-Yard Journal, Also, the Histories of the Cat and Mouse. Ornamented with Plates. New York: Thomas Powers, 1810.
Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine. The History of Fortunio, and his Famous Companions. New York: Thomas Powers, 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Orphans. By Miss Edgeworth. With Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
Edgeworth, Maria. The White Pigeon. By Miss Edgeworth. With Cuts. Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], 1810.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: 1811.
Elliott, Mary, B., and Elizabeth Belson. Innocent poetry. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner, 1811.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: 1812.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: 1813.
Mathews, Mrs. C. Adelaide, or, Trials of fortitude. By Mrs. C. Mathews. New Haven: Increase Cooke & Co., 1813.
Taylor, Jane, and Ann Taylor. Select rhymes for the nursery. New Haven: Sidney's Press, 1813.
Harrison, Susannah. Songs in the night: by a young woman under heavy afflictions. New Brunswick: 1813.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Parent's Assistant; or, Stories for Children. In Three Volumes. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of Practical Education, and Letters for Literary Ladies. Boston: William Wells, Thomas B. Wait and Co., Eastburn, Kirk and Co., Mathew Carey [121 Chesnut Street], Moses Thomas, Edward Parker, 1813.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: 1814.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: 1815.
Hofland, Barbara. Ellen, the Teacher. A Tale for Youth. By Mrs. Hofland. William B. Gilley, 1815.
Edgeworth, Maria. Eton Montem. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.
Edgeworth, Maria. Harry and Lucy. By Richard Lovell Edgeworth, and Maria Edgeworth. Boston: Bradford and Read, 1815.
Edgeworth, Maria. Mademoiselle Panache. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.
Edgeworth, Maria. Old Poz. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.
Taylor, Jane, and Ann Taylor. Select rhymes for the nursery. Adorned with cuts. New Haven: Sidney's Press, 1815.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Bracelets. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.
Edgeworth, Maria. The White Pigeon. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1815.
Edgeworth, Maria. Forgive and Forget. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1816.
Edgeworth, Maria. Old Poz. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1816.
Edgeworth, Maria. Tarlton. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1816.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Birth-Day Present. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1816.
Edgeworth, Maria. The White Pigeon. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1816.
Edgeworth, Maria. Waste Not, Want Not: or, Two Strings to Your Bow. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1816.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: 1817.
Edgeworth, Maria. Frank. By Maria Edgeworth. Boston: Ezra Read, 1817.
Elliott, Mary, B., and Elizabeth Belson. Innocent poetry. New York: Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street], Samuel S. Wood & Co., 1817.
Edgeworth, Maria. Rosamond. By Maria Edgeworth. Boston: Ezra Read, 1817.
Barbauld, Anna, L., and John Aikin. The Farm-Yard Journal. Also the History of the Mouse and Marten. Adorned with Cuts. New Haven: Sidney's Press, 1817.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street], Samuel S. Wood & Co., 1818.
Taylor, Jane, and Ann Taylor. Select rhymes for the nursery. Adorned with cuts. New Haven: Sidney's Press, 1818.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street], Samuel S. Wood & Co., 1819.
Edgeworth, Maria. Birth Day Present. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1819.
Edgeworth, Maria. Little Merchants. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1819.
Edgeworth, Maria. Simple Susan. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1819.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Basket-Woman, and the Orphans. Adorned with Cuts. New Haven: John Babcock, 1819.
Edgeworth, Maria. The False Key. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1819.
Barbauld, Anna, L., and John Aikin. The Farm-Yard Journal, Also, the History of the Marten. Adorned with Cuts. New Haven: John Babcock and Son, 1819.
Barbauld, Anna, L., and John Aikin. The Farm-Yard Journal. For the Amusement and Instruction of Children. Cooperstown: 1819.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Orphans. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1819.
Edgeworth, Maria. The White Pigeon. By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1819.
O'Keeffe, Adelaide. A Pleasing Toy. New York City: Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street], 1820.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Cherry-Orchard: Also, a Description of the Tiger. New Haven: John Babcock and Son, S. & W.R. Babcock, William M'Carty and Thomas Davis, 1820.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Brother and Sister; or, Harry and Lucy. New Haven: John Babcock and Son, S. & W.R. Babcock, Sidney's Press, 1821.
Barbauld, Anna, L., and John Aikin. The Farm-Yard Journal, Also, the History of the Marten. New Haven: John Babcock and Son, S. Babcock and Co., 1822.
Edgeworth, Maria. Forget and Forgive. By Miss Edgeworth. New Haven: John Babcock and Son, S. Babcock and Co., 1823.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Mimic. By Maria Edgeworth. With Cuts. Munroe & Francis' Edition. Boston: Munroe and Francis [128 Washington], 1824.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Parent's Assistant, or Stories for Children. In Three Volumes. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of Practical Education, Moral Tales, Early Lessons, &c. Boston: Munroe and Francis [4 Cornhill], Munroe and Francis [128 Washington], 1824.
More, Hannah, William Cowper, and John Newton. The History of Elizabeth Loveless, a faithful servant and affectionate child. New York: American Tract Society [New York], 1827.
More, Hannah, and William Cowper. The History of Elizabeth Loveless, a faithful servant and affectionate child. New York: American Tract Society [New York], 1827.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Orphans. By Maria Edgeworth. With Cuts. (Munroe & Francis' Edition.) Boston: Munroe and Francis [128 Washington], Charles Stephen Francis, 1827.
Edgeworth, Maria. Moral Tales; by Maria Edgeworth. In Three Volumes. New York: William B. Gilley, 1829.
Barbauld, Anna, L., and John Aikin. The Farm-Yard Journal. For the Amusement and Instruction of Children. Cooperstown: 1829.