ID 763
Last Name Ducray-Duménil
First Name François-Guillaume
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Gender Male
Date of Birth 1761
Date of Death 1819-10-29
Place of Birth Paris
Place of Death Ville-d’Avray
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/22151844
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Author Ambrose and Eleanor; or, the adventures of two children deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French. With alterations, adapting it to the perusal of youth, for whose amusement and instruction it is designed. By the author of The adventures of the six princesses of Babylon; Juvenile Magazine; Visit for a Week, &c. 1796
Author Ambrose and Eleanor; or, the adventures of two children deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French. With alterations, adapting it to the perusal of youth, for whose amusement and instruction it is designed. By the author of The adventures of the six princesses of Babylon, Juvenile magazine, Visit for a week, &c. Second Edition. 1797
Author Ambrose and Eleanor; or The adventures of two children, deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French. To which is added, Auguste and Madelaine, a real history, by Miss Helen Maria Williams. 1799
Author Ambrose and Eleanor; or The adventures of two children, deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French. To which is added, Auguste and Madelaine, a real history. By Miss Helen Maria Williams. 1799
Author The little mountaineers of Auvergne, or, The adventures of James and Georgette. Altered from the French, and adapted to the perusal of youth. 1801
Author A Tale of Mystery; or, Celina. A Novel. In four volumes. Altered from the French of Ducray-Duminil, by Mrs. Meeke, author of Which is the Man, The Sicilian, &c. &c. 1803
Author Ambrose and Eleanor; or, The adventures of two children deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French, with alterations, adapting it to the perusal of youth. By Lucy Peacock, author of The Visit for a Week, &c. The Third Edition. 1807
Author Julien; or, My Father's House: A Novel. Altered from the French of Ducray-Duminil by Mrs. Meeke. To which is added, Elizabeth; or The Exiles of Siberia: A Tale, Founded on Facts. From the French of Madame de Cottin. 1807
Author The Novice of Saint Ursala. By the Author of "A Tale of Mystery," "Jeanette," &c. In Four Volumes. 1810
Author The Blind Beggar; or The Fountain of St. Catherine. A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Ducray Dumenil, author of Julien, or My Father's House; Little Chimer; Tales of Mystery; Victor, or Child of the Forest, &c. &c. 1817
Author Ambrose and Eleanor; or, The adventures of two children deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French, with alterations, adapting it to the perusal of youth. By Lucy Peacock, author of "The Visit for a Week," &c. The Fourth Edition. 1820
Author Ambrose and Eleanor, or, The adventures of two children deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French with alterations, adapting it to the perusal of youth. By Lucy Peacock, author of "The visit for a week," &c. The Fifth Edition. 1824

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