Name Bearden-White
Online Source https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317038173_How_the_Wind_Sits_or_The_History_of_Henry_and_Ann_Lemoine_Chapbook_Writers_and_Publishers_of_the_Late_Eighteenth-Century
Description

M.A. Thesis by Roy Bearden-White.

Citation

Bearden-White, Roy. How the Wind Sits; or, the History of Henry and Ann Lemoine, Chapbook Writers and Publishers of the Late Eighteenth Century. 2007. Southern Illinois University Carbondale, M.A. Thesis.

Title List

Displaying 25 titles of 213 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
13802 1798. Monstrous Droll Songs. Including Those Sung at Drury-Lane, Covent-Garden, Sadler's-Wells, Sans Souci, Vauxhall, &c. &c. &c. with a Selection of Toasts and Sentiments. Ann Lemoine (London)
1798
13876 Barbastal, or, The Magician of the Forest of Bloody Ash: A Romance. Ann Lemoine (London)
J. Roe [Houndsditch] (London)
1795
13884 Bellina; or, The Magic Boat. John Roe [Chiswell] (London)
Ann Lemoine (London)
1809
13885 British Oak; or, A Soldier's Benevolence. A Pathetic Tale. To Which is Added. The Water Carrier. An Eastern Tale. John Roe [Chiswell] (London)
Ann Lemoine (London)
1804
13886 Canterbury Tales: Containing The Great Devil's Tale; or, Castle of Morbano. The Old Abbey Tale; or, Village Terrors. The British Sailor's Tale. And the Knight’s Tale. Ann Lemoine (London)
1802
13887 Canterbury Tales. Part 2, A Winter's Tale; or, The Desolate Mansion. A Forest Tale; or, The Midnight Hour. The Fair Russian's Tale. And The Indian's Tale. Ann Lemoine (London)
1802
14131 Death, A Poem by Beilby Porteus. The Grave, A Poem by Robert Blair, and Gray's Elegy, Written in a Court Church-Yard. 1800
13899 Edmund and Albina; or, Gothic Times. A Romance. Ann Lemoine (London)
1801
13900 Edwin; or, The Wandering Fugitive. An History Founded on Facts. Ann Lemoine (London)
J. Roe [Houndsditch] (London)
1805
13902 English Nights Entertainments. Consisting of a Selection of Histories, Adventures, Lives. Ann Lemoine (London)
1802
13904 Ernestina; or, The Fair German. An Interesting Tale. Ann Lemoine and J. Roe (London)
1804
13905 Ethelinda; or, The Fair Maid of the Inn. An Interesting Tale. John Roe [Chiswell] (London)
Ann Lemoine (London)
1812
13908 Fairy Romances. Containing The Enchanted Castle, The Mystic Ring; or, The Enchantments of Oladine, The Magic Statues, and The Magician; or, The Two Champions. Ann Lemoine (London)
1804
13909 Fanny Felton; or, The Interesting History of a Charity Girl. John Roe [Chiswell] (London)
Ann Lemoine (London)
1811
13910 Fatal Curiosity; or, The Interesting History of Edward Wilmot. Ann Lemoine (London)
J. Roe [Houndsditch] (London)
1805
13915 Frederick and Caroline. John Roe [Chiswell] (London)
Ann Lemoine (London)
1809
13916 Fun for Lovers; or, Choice Valentines, With Their Answers, For The Present Year. Thomas Maiden [Sherbourne Lane] (London)
Ann Lemoine and J. Roe (London)
1800
13932 Hero and Leander; or, The Lovers of the Hellespont. An Ancient Tragic Romance. Ann Lemoine and J. Roe (London)
1806
13939 History of Kitty Wells. Ann Lemoine (London)
John Roe [Chiswell] (London)
1812
14135 Inkle and Yarico; or, Love in a Cave. An Interesting Tale. Wilkinson, Sarah Scudgell
Ann Lemoine (London)
J. Roe [Houndsditch] (London)
1805 1
13945 Innocence Rewarded. Ann Lemoine (London)
John Roe [Chiswell] (London)
1809
13948 Kilverstone Castle; or, The Heir Restored. An English Gothic Story, Founded on a Fact Which Happened on the Dawn of the Reformation. Ann Lemoine (London)
1799
13951 Laugh When You Can; or, The Monstrous Droll Jester, and Chearful Companion. Containing Upwards of Two Hundred and Fifty Good Things, Many of Which Are Not to Be Found in Any Other Collection. Ann Lemoine (London)
1800
13952 Laugh When You Can; or, The Monstrous Droll Jester. Containing the Best Collection of Jests. To Which is Added, The Benevolent Jew, as Recited at the Royalty Theatre. Ann Lemoine (London)
1795
14136 Lissette of Savoy; or, The Fair Maid of the Mountains. An Interesting Tale. To Which is Added, Ethelred and Lidania; or, The Sacrifice to Woden, A Saxon Tale. Wilkinson, Sarah Scudgell
Ann Lemoine (London)
J. Roe [Houndsditch] (London)
1804 1