ID 665
Last Name Fenwick
First Name Eliza
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1766-02-01
Date of Death 1840-12-08
Place of Birth Lancaster
Place of Death Providence
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/3197931
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliza_Fenwick
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Author Secresy; or, the ruin on the rock. In three volumes. By a woman. ... 1795
Author Secresy; or, the ruin on the rock. In three volumes. By a woman. ... 1795
Author Mary and her Cat 1804
Author Presents for Good Girls 1804
Author The Life of Carlo, the Famous Dog of Drury-Lane Theatre 1804
Author Presents for Good Boys. In words of One and Two Syllables. 1805
Author Visits to the Juvenile Library; or, Knowledge Proved to be the Source of Happiness. By E.F. author of The life of Carlo. 1805
Author The Class Book: Or, Three Hundred and Sixty-five Reading Lessons Adapted to the Use of Schools 1806
Author The Class Book: Or, Three Hundred and Sixty-five Reading Lessons Adapted to the Use of Schools. For every day in the year. Selected, Arranged, and Compiled from the Best Authors. By the Rev. David Blair, A.M. The Third Edition. 1807
Author Foolish fears, or, The history of Clara Hammond. 1809
Author Lessons for Children; or, Rudiments of Good Manners, Morals, and Humanity 1809
Author The life of the famous dog Carlo with his portrait, and other copper plates. 1809
Author Infantine Stories. Composed Progressively, in words of One, Two, and Three Syllables 1810
Author Mary and Her Cat. Words Not Exceeding Two Syllables. Illustrated with Cuts. 1810
Author The Class Book: Or, Three Hundred and Sixty-five Reading Lessons Adapted to the Use of Schools. For every day in the year. Selected, Arranged, and Compiled from the Best Authors. By the Rev. David Blair, A.M. The Tenth Edition. 1811
Author Rays from the Rainbow. Being an Easy Method for Perfecting Children in the First Principles of Grammar, without the smallest Trouble to the Instructor 1812
Author Rays from the rainbow: being an easy method for perfecting children in the first principles of grammar, without the smallest trouble to the instructor. By Mrs. Fenwick. Second edition. 1812
Author Lessons for children, or, Rudiments of good manners, morals, and humanity. By Mrs. Fenwick; with numerous wood engravings, executed in a superior style. 1813
Author Leçons pour les enfans: ou, Premiers élémens de morale, de politesse, et de sensibilité. Traduit de l'anglois de Made. Fenwick, par l'abbé Le Febvre; ornées de nombreuses gravures, et servant de suite au petit livre intitulé. Six histoires pour la première enfance. 1820
Author The Class Book: Or, Three Hundred and Sixty-five Reading Lessons Adapted to the Use of Schools. For every day in the year. Selected, Arranged, and Compiled from the Best Authors. By the Rev. David Blair, author of Reading Exercises, the Universal Preceptor, &c. The Twentieth Edition. 1820
Author The story of little Mary and her cat. In words not exceeding two syllables. With copper-plates. 1824
Author Infantine stories: in words of one, two, and three syllables. By E. Fenwick ; illustrated with copper-plate engravings. 1825
Author The story of little Mary and her cat. In words not exceeding two syllables. With copper-plates. 1830
Author The story of little Mary and her cat. In words not exceeding two syllables. 1834
Author The story of little Mary and her cat. In words not exceeding two syllables. 1835

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