ID 5587
Last Name Rowson
First Name Susanna
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1762-02-15
Date of Death 1824-03-02
Place of Birth Portsmouth
Place of Death Boston
VIAF URI https://viaf.org/viaf/32830310
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susanna_Rowson
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cc/Susanna_Rowson_crop.jpg
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Role Title Date
Author Victoria. A novel. In two volumes. The characters taken from real life, and calculated to improve the morals of the female sex, ... By Susannah Haswell. ... 1786
Author A Trip to Parnassus; or, the Judgment of Apollo on Dramatic Authors and Performers. A Poem. 1788
Author Poems on Various Subjects. By Mrs. Rowson, author of The Inquisitor, etc. 1788
Author The inquisitor; or, invisible rambler. In three volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, Author of Victoria. 1788
Author The test of honour, a novel. By a young lady. In two volumes. 1789
Author Charlotte. A tale of truth. In two volumes. ... 1791
Author Mentoria; or The young lady's friend. In two volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, author of Victoria, &c. &c. 1791
Author Mentoria; or the young lady's friend: by Mrs. Rowson, ... 1791
Author I never will be married. 1792
Author The Fille de Chambre, a novel, in three volumes, by the author of The Inquisitor, &c. &c. 1792
Author The fille de chambre, a novel. By the author of the Inquisitor, &c., &c. 1793
Author The Inquisitor: or, Invisible Rambler. In three volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, author of Victoria. The first American edition. 1793
Author Charlotte. A tale of truth. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre Philadelphia; author of Victoria, The inquisitor, Fille de chambre, &c. In two volumes. Second Philadelphia edition. 1794
Author Charlotte. A tale of truth. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Philadelphia; author of Victoria, The inquisitor, Fille de chambre, &c. In two volumes. 1794
Author I'm in haste. A new song. 1794
Author Mentoria; or the Young Lady's Friend. In two volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New-Theatre, Philadelphia: Author of The Inquisitor, Fille de Chambre, Victoria, Charlotte, &c. &c. 1794
Author New song, Sung by Mr. Darley, jun. in the Pantomimical Dance, called The Sailor's Landlady. Words by Mrs. Rowson: music by Mr. Reinagle. 1794
Author Slaves in Algiers; or, a Struggle for Freedom: a play, interspersed with songs, in three acts. By Mrs. Rowson. As performed at the New Theatres, in Philadelphia and Baltimore. 1794
Author Songs in the Highland Reel. A comic opera. In three acts. By John O'Keefe, Esq. As sung at the New Theatre, Philadelphia. Corrected and revised by Mr. Rowson, prompter. 1794
Author The fille de chambre, a novel. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Philadelphia; author of Charlotte, The Inquisitor, Victoria, &c. 1794
Author The Inquisitor; or, Invisible Rambler. In three volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, author of Victoria. Second American edition. 1794
Author I'm in haste. A new song. 1795
Author The fille de chambre, a novel. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Baltimore; author of Charlotte, The Inquisitor, Victoria, &c. 1795
Author The fille de chambre, a novel. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Baltimore; author of Charlotte, The Inquisitor, Victoria, &c. 1795
Author Trials of the human heart, a novel. In four volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Philadelphia, author of Charlotte, Fille de chambre, Inquisitor, &c. &c. 1795

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