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|John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon)||
Being a check-list of books for children and young people published for their amusement and instruction by John Harris and his son, successors to Elizabeth Newbery, including a list of games and teaching toys.
|John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe)||
Bibliographical text of John Newbery, publisher of children's literature.
A digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.
|Lewis Walpole Library||
The Lewis Walpole Library is an internationally recognized research collection in the field of British eighteenth-century studies. Its collection of Walpoliana includes half the traceable volumes from Horace Walpole’s famous library at Strawberry Hill and many letters and other manuscripts by him. The library’s book and manuscript collections, numbering over 32,000 volumes, cover all aspects of eighteenth-century British culture.
|Library Company of Philadelphia||1|
|London Metropolitan Archives Collections Catalogue||
London Metropolitan Archives is a public research centre which specialises in the history of London, with access to the historical archives of businesses, schools, hospitals, charities and all manner of other organisations from the London area.
|London Publishers and Printers, c. 1800-1870||0|
|Longman Group Archive, University of Reading||3|
|Marketing a Sable Muse: Phillis Wheatley and the Antebellum Press (Jennifer Rene Young, 2011)||
This article discusses the characterization of Wheatley's image and poetry in the media.
|Mary Cooper, Eighteenth Century London Bookseller: A Bibliography||
Bibliography of Mary Cooper's titles from a dissertation by Beverly Elaine Schneller.
|Massachusetts Historical Society||
Founded in 1791, the Massachusetts Historical Society collects millions of rare and unique American documents, artifacts, and national treasures.
|McGill Library's Chapbook Collection||
The Rare Books and Special Collections Library at McGill University contains over nine hundred British and American chapbooks published in the 18th and 19th centuries. Through a generous donation from the Harold Crabtree Foundation, digital facsimiles have been prepared and a virtual collection created.
|National Library of Medicine||
The National Library of Medicine (NLM), on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, has been a center of information innovation since its founding in 1836. The world’s largest biomedical library, NLM maintains and makes available a vast print collection and produces electronic information resources on a wide range of topics that are searched billions of times each year by millions of people around the globe.
|National Library of Scotland||
The National Library of Scotland is the largest library in Scotland and a research library with important collections in Scottish history, literature, and publishing.
Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO) is a multi-year global digitization and publishing program focusing on primary source collections of the long nineteenth century.
|New York Public Library||
The New York Public Library has been a provider of free books, information, ideas, and education for all New Yorkers for more than 100 years.
Founded in 1887, the Newberry is one of Chicago’s most historic cultural institutions. Curious people from all over visit to research topics of interest, discover their family history, take classes, or learn something new and unexpected.
|Nonconformist and Dissenting Women's Studies, 1650-1850||
This site builds upon Timothy Whelan's work as general editor of the eight volumes of Nonconformist Women Writers, 1720-1840 (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2011)
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Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue (NSTC) is a tool for research supporting a wide variety of disciplines. NSTC includes well-known and obscure works of literature, important translations, legal documents, political pamphlets, medical and scientific monographs, journals, and periodicals, allowing users to build research bibliographies and save them to a personal archive, or print, email or download them.
|Oakland University Kresge Library - Hicks Collection||
The Marguerite Hicks Collection documents the literary production of women, or about women, in the United Kingdom in the 17th, 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries, with the strongest holdings for the 17th and 18th centuries. Some American female writers are also represented.
Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present is a highly dynamic textbase. With about 8 million words of text, it is full of interpretive information on women, writing, and culture. It includes documents on the lives and writing careers of over 1,305 writers, together with a great deal of contextual historical material on relevant subjects, such as the law, economics, science, writing by men, education, medicine, politics.
|Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books||
The Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books has grown to over 80,000 rare and modern children’s books. The collection includes book-related art, literary archives, games and ephemera. Most materials are English-language, with a few exceptions of classics of children’s literature published in original languages, and some foreign language materials.
|Oxford Libraries Online||
Online catalogue for University of Oxford libraries with some digital editions.