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Internet Archive. 1996, www.archive.org/.

Titles

Displaying 551–575 of 585

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
8872 The Scottish Chiefs. A Romance. By Miss Jane Porter, Author of Thaddeus of Warsaw, &c. In Four Volumes. Fifth Edition Porter , Jane
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green (London)
1825 Fifth Edition
22328 The secret history of Queen Zarah, and the Zarazians; Being a looking-glass for ----- -------- in the kingdom of Albigion. Faithfully translated from the Italian copy now lodg'd in the Vatican at Rome and never before printed in any language. Manley , Delarivier
Browne , Joseph
1705
24479 The secret history of Queen Zarah, from her birth to the conclusion of her reign. Containing I. The whole Contrivance of her Marriage with Hippolito, which laid the Foundation of her future Greatness. II. The various Schemes and Stratagems she made use of, to engross the Sovereign Power. III. The Political Intrigues, and artful Management of Affairs, (both Ecclesiastical and Civil) during that memorable Period. Interspersed with Characters of her chief Favourites. The fourth edition. Manley , Delarivier
Browne , Joseph
1745 The fourth edition.
9600 The Shipwreck; a Tale of Arabia: And Other Poems. By A. E. P. Polglase , Ann Eaton
Edmund Fry (London)
Thomas Hamilton and William Adams (London)
1827
11516 The Son of a Genius: a Tale for the Use of Youth. By Mrs. Hofland. Author of the "History of an Officer's Widow and Family; "Ellen, The Teacher:" The Blind Farmer," &c. &c. A New Edition. Hofland , Barbara
W. Simpkin and R. Marshall (London)
John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843] (London)
1818 A New Edition.
11079 The Son of a Genius: a Tale for the Use of Youth. By Mrs. Hofland. Author of the "History of an Officer's Widow and Family;" "Ellen, the Teacher:" "The Blind Farmer," &c. &c. Hofland , Barbara
W. Simpkin and R. Marshall (London)
John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843] (London)
1817 A New Edition.
19598 The story of Joseph and his brethren, set forth in a pleasing and instructive manner; and adapted to the capacities of children. By Joseph Sharpless. Sharpless , Joseph
More , Hannah
1812
15717 The teacher's assistant: consisting of lectures in the catechetical form, being part of a plan of appropriate instruction for the children of the poor. By Mrs. Trimmer. Seventh edition. Trimmer , Sarah
Francis, Charles and John Rivington (London)
John Hatchard [190 Piccadilly] (London)
John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843] (London)
1812 Seventh Edition.
15718 The teacher's assistant: consisting of lectures in the catechetical form, being part of a plan of appropriate instruction for the children of the poor. By Mrs. Trimmer. Sixth edition. Trimmer , Sarah
Francis, Charles and John Rivington (London)
John Hatchard [190 Piccadilly] (London)
John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843] (London)
1810 Sixth Edition.
15859 The Times of the Saviour. By Harriet Martineau. Reprinted, after revision, from the English edition. Martineau , Harriet
Leonard C. Bowles (Boston)
1831 Reprinted, after revision, from the English edition.
15872 The Times of the Saviour. By Harriet Martineau. Reprinted, after revision, from the English edition. Third edition. Martineau , Harriet
Leonard C. Bowles (Boston)
B. H. Greene (Boston)
1832 Reprinted, after revision, from the English edition. Third edition.
11899 The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. By Miss Sandham, author of "Britannicus and Octavia;" "William Selwyn;" "Adopted Daughter;" "Chosroes and Heraclius;" &c. Fourteenth Edition. Sandham , Elizabeth
John Harris and Son (London)
1824 Fourteenth Edition.
11897 The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. By Miss Sandham; author of many approved works for young persons. Sandham , Elizabeth
John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843] (London)
1819 Twelfth Edition.
23792 The unhappy penitent a tragedy. As it is acted, at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Trotter. Trotter (Cockburn) , Catharine
William Turner (London)
John Nutt (London)
1701
19918 The village maid; or, Dame Burton's moral stories for the instruction and amusement of youth. By Elizabeth Somerville. To which are added, Plain tales. Somerville , Elizabeth
John Bioren [88 Chesnut Street] (Philadelphia)
1802
17088 The West Indian; a comedy, in five acts; by Richard Cumberland, Esq. As performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and Boston Theatre. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. Cumberland , Richard
Inchbald , Elizabeth
John West and Company (Boston)
1809
9379 The White Hoods. An Historical Romance. By Mrs. Bray. In Three Volumes. Bray , Anna Eliza
George Smith and Alexander Elder [Cornhill] (Cornhill)
1833
16881 The works of Mrs. Chapone: now first collected. Containing I. Letters on the improvement of the mind. II. Miscellanies. III. Correspondence with Mr. Richardson. IV. Letters to Miss Carter. V. Fugitive pieces. To which is prefixed, an account of her life and character, drawn up by her own family. In four volumes. Chapone , Hester Mulso
William Wells (Boston)
Thomas B. Wait and Co. (Boston)
1809
16882 The works of Mrs. Chapone: now first collected. Containing I. Letters on the improvement of the mind. II. Miscellanies. III. Correspondence with Mr. Richardson. IV. Letters to Miss Carter. V. Fugitive pieces. To which is prefixed, an account of her life and character. Drawn up by her own family. In four volumes. Chapone , Hester Mulso
Evert Duyckinck [Water Street] (New York City)
1818
249 The Works of Mrs. Sherwood: Being The Only The Uniform Edition Every Published in The United States. Sherwood , Mary Martha
Harper and Brothers [82 Cliff Street] (New York City)
1834 Harper's Stereotype Edition
13052 The Works of the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Including Her Correspondence, Poems, and Essays. Published by Permission from Her Genuine Papers. In Five volumes. Montagu , Mary Wortley
Richard Phillips [6 Bridge Street] (London)
1803
24909 The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston. Stereotype Edition. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
Chapone , Hester Mulso
Edgeworth , Maria
More , Hannah
Taylor , Jane
Landon , Letitia Elizabeth
Gordon , George
Hemans , Felicia
Shelley , Percy Bysshe
Mitford , Mary Russell
Jewsbury , Maria Jane
Shakespeare , William
Lewis , Matthew Gregory
Pope , Alexander
Montgomery , James
Galt , John
Coleridge , Samuel Taylor
Scott , Walter
Ferrier , Susan Edmonstone
Ware , Henry
Talbot , Catherine
Unknown ,
Beattie , James
Cowper , William
Gregory , John
Child , Lydia Maria Francis
Milton , John
Bayly , Nathaniel Thomas Haynes
Addison , Joseph
Moore , Thomas
Campbell , Thomas
Southey , Robert
Wordsworth , William
Croly , George
Rogers , Samuel
Young , Edward
Thomson , James
Porteus , Beilby
Gay , John
Dwight , Timothy
Gray , Thomas
Knowles , James Sheridan
Bowring , John
Milman , Henry Hart
Willis , Nathaniel Parker
Collins , William
Sigourney , Lydia Howard
Peabody , William Bourn Oliver
Pierpont , John
Goodrich , Samuel Griswold
Grahame , James
Bryant , William Cullen
Percival , James Gates
Brainard , John Gardiner Calkins
Wilson , John
Stanhope , Philip Dormer
Beecher , Catharine Esther
Taylor , John S.
Webster , Daniel
Everett , Edward
Alison , Archibald
Channing , William Ellery
Otis , Harrison Gray
Quincy , Josiah
Irving , Washington
Sprague , Charles
Chalmers , Thomas
McLellan , Isaac, Jr
Beaumont ,
Bigland ,
Blair , Hugh
Carter , James Gordon
Cooper ,
Dana , Richard Henry
Flint , Timothy
Francis , Convers
Freeman , James
Greenwood , Francis William Pitt
Griscom , John
Halleck , Fitz-Greene
Hillhouse , James
Hopkinson , Francis
Labaume , Eugène
Percival , Thomas
Ruhnken , David
Story , Joseph
Sullivan , William
Thacher , Samuel Cooper
Wayland , Francis, Jr.
Wilcox , Carlos
Wirt , William
Benjamin Collins and Samuel Hannay (New York City)
Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln (Boston)
N. and J. White (New York)
Bennett & Bright (Utica)
Grigg and Elliot (Philadelphia)
Henry Perkins (Philadelphia)
Cushing and Sons (Baltimore)
E. F. Duren (Bangor)
Edward J. Lane (Dover)
1835 Stereotyped Edition.
14442 Turnbridge Wells, and Its Neighbourhood, Illustrated by a Series of Etchings and Historical Descriptions. By Paul Amsinck, Esq. The Etchings Executed by Letitia Byrne. Amsinck , Paul
William Miller [Albemarle Street] (London)
Edmund Lloyd [23 Harley Street] (London)
1810
23785 Twelve Hindoo Airs with English Words Adapted to Them by Mrs. Opie, and Harmonized for One, Two, Three, and Four Voices, with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte or Harp, by Mr. Biggs. Opie , Amelia
1800
1969 Two voyages to Sierra Leone, during the years 1791-2-3, in a series of letters, By Anna Maria Falconbridge. To which is added, a letter from the author, to Henry Thornton, Esq. M.P. and chairman of the Court of Directors of the Sierra Leone Company. The Second Edition. Falconbridge , Anna Maria
1794 The Second Edition.