ID 549
Last Name Bristow
First Name Amelia
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1783-07-19
Date of Death 1860-03-18
Place of Birth London
Place of Death London
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/7745674
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Author The Maniac, a Tale; or, a View of Bethlem Hospital: And the Merits of Women, a Poem from the French: With Poetical Pieces on Various Subjects, Original and Translated. By A. Bristow. 1810
Author The Faithful Servant; or, The History of Elizabeth Allen. A Narrative of Facts. 1824
Author The Faithful Servant; or, The History of Elizabeth Allen. A Narrative of Facts. The Second Edition. 1824
Author Sophia de Lissau; or, A Portraiture of the Jews of the Nineteenth Century: Being an Outline of the Religious and Domestic Habits of this most Interesting Nation, with explanatory notes, by the author of "Elizabeth Allen; or, The Faithful Servant." 1826
Author Emma De Lissau; A Narrative Of Striking Vicissitudes, And Peculiar Trials; With explanatory Notes, Illustrative Of The Manners And Customs Of The Jews. By The Author Of "Sophia De Lissau," "Elizabeth Allen," &c. &c. In Two Volumes. 1828
Author Sophia de Lissau; or, A Portraiture of the Jews of the Nineteenth Century: being an Outline of Their Religious and Domestic Habits with explanatory notes. By the author of "Elizabeth Allen; or, The Faithful Servant." Second Edition. 1828
Author Emma De Lissau; A Narrative of Striking Vicissitudes, and Peculiar Trials; With Notes, Illustrative of the Manners and Customs of the Jews. By the author of "Sophia De Lissau," "Elizabeth Allen," &c. &c. In two volumes. Second Edition. 1829
Author Sophia De Lissau; A Portraiture of the Jews, of the Nineteenth Century; Being an Outline of Their Religious and Domestic Habits; With Explanatory Notes, by the author of "Emma De Lissau," "Elizabeth Allen," &c. &c. Third Edition. 1829
Author Sophia De Lissau; A Portraiture of the Jews, of the Nineteenth Century; Being an Outline of their Religious and Domestic Habits; with explanatory notes, by the author of "Emma De Lissau," "Elizabeth Allen," &c. &c. Third Edition. 1829
Author Emma De Lissau; A Narrative Of Striking Vicissitudes, And Peculiar Trials; With notes, Illustrative of the Manners and Customs of the Jews. By The Author Of "Sophia De Lissau," "Elizabeth Allen," &c. &c. In Two Volumes. Third Edition. 1830
Author The Orphans of Lissau, and Other Interesting Narratives, Immediately Connected With Jewish Customs, Domestic and Religious, With Explanatory Notes. By the Author of “Sophia de Lissau,” “Emma de Lissau,” &c. In Two Volumes. 1830
Author Elizabeth Allen; or, the Faithful Servant. Fourth Edition. 1832
Author The Scrap Book: Containing a Variety of Articles in Prose and Verse. Chiefly Original. 1833
Author *village Walks: A Series of Sketches From Life. By the Author of “Emma and Sophia de Lissau,” Etc. Etc. 1834
Author The Twin Sisters; A Jewish Narrative of the Eighteenth Century. By the Author of Emma de Lissau, &c. &c. 1835
Author Elizabeth Allen; or, The Faithful Servant; A Narrative of Facts. Fifth Edition. 1836

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