|Date of Birth||1768-07-02|
|Date of Death||1842-02-11|
|Place of Birth||Leicester|
|Place of Death||Leicester|
Displaying 8 titles of 8 total.
|Author||Chinese maxims. Translated from The œconomy of human life. Into heroic verse. In seven parts. By Susannah Watts.||1784|
|Author||Original Poems, and Translations, Particularly Ambra, from Lorenzo de'Medici. Chiefly by Susanna Watts.||1802|
|Author||A Walk through Leicester; being a Guide to Strangers, containing a Description of the Town and its Environs, with Remarks upon its History and Antiquities.||1804|
|Author||Elegy on the Death of the Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales. By Susanna Watts.||1817|
|Author||A Walk through Leicester; being a Guide to Strangers: containing a Description of the Town and its Environs, with Remarks upon its History and Antiquities. Second Edition, with Additions.||1820|
|Author||The Insects in Council, Addressed to Entomologists, with Other Poems, by Susanna Watts.||1828|
|Author||The Animals' Friend. A collection of observations and facts tending to restrain cruelty, and to inculcate kindness towards animals, in prose and verse, original and selected, with engravings||1831|
|Author||The Insects in Council, Addressed to Entomologists, with Other Poems, by Susanna Watts.||1835|
"Watts, Susanna" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 541 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/541. Accessed 2021-02-26.